These free pumpkin count and clip cards are a fun way for preschoolers and beginning kindergarteners to practice number recognition, one-to-one correspondence, counting and fine motor skills.
They’re a perfect addition to any Halloween or fall unit, as well as our Number Formation Pack!
I printed the pumpkin cards (below) on cardstock to give them extra durability and cut them apart. (You could also laminate the pieces if you’ll be using them in the classroom.)
I grabbed a handful of medium-sized clothespins (they’re slightly smaller than the regular size so it’s easier to fit them on the cards) and invited my boys over to join me. The prep was as quick and easy as it comes.
Pumpkin Count and Clip Cards
I challenged Middle Brother (age 4) to find the smallest number in the pile first. He eagerly searched through the stack and pulled out the one. He read the number out loud and clipped one clothespin to the black dot on the card.
Then, he hunted for number two and did it all again, continuing until all of the cards had been clipped.
The simple, straight-forward activity was a great way to strengthen his number recognition.
Ready to Play?
Grab your free count and clip pumpkin cards by clicking the blue button below and then hop over and check out our Ultimate Preschool Activity Pack to continue the learning fun!
I cannot get the Count and Clip download button to work. If possible, could you email it to me to download?
Thanks for letting us know Megan, the link has been updated and is working properly now.
I also cannot get the download button for the pumpkin count and clip to work. Can you send it in my e-mail.
I’m unable to get the download button to work, am I able to have the pumpkin clip cards emailed to me please, thank you
Hi Sophie! The Link is up and working now!
Thanks for letting us know Wendy, the link has been updated and is ready to download properly now.
Your link doesn’t work, I’d appreciate the pumpkin mats emailed to me as well.
Hi Alicia, the link has been reconnected and is ready for you to download now! Happy Fall!