These free printable Easter count and graph worksheets are a fun preschool and kindergarten math activity! Pick from count and graph pages with 1-5 or 1-10 to match your child’s level.
These counting and graphing worksheets have two pages each for double the fun and learning – an Easter I Spy page and a graphing page. Even young preschoolers can practice graphing with a bit of adult help. Keep scrolling to learn how to use these cute Easter math worksheets!
If you like the sweet watercolor Easter clip art, be sure to grab these coordinating free printable Easter count and clip cards while you’re here on The Artisan Life.
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Benefits of count and graph worksheets
These graphing worksheets may seem simple to you as an adult, but they’re very challenging for young children and provide a variety of benefits.
These Easter count and graph printables develop many different skills:
- Counting 1-5 and 1-10
- Tracing numbers 1-5 and 1-10
- Visual discrimination
- Attention to detail
- Graphing numbers 1-5 and 1-10 in a bar graph
- Fine motor skills
- Data analysis
- Emotional regulation and persistence
And they’re either no-prep or very low-prep, depending on how you want to use them.
How to print and use count and graph worksheets
- Printer and paper
- I recommend this bright white 32 lb paper. It’s sturdier than normal paper and images look better. Crisper, brighter pictures make it easier for your child to see the images and differentiate between similar ones.
- Something to write with
- A crayon, marker, pencils, etc. all work
- You can also use manipulatives to graph, but your child will still need something to write with on the I spy page
- Laminator, dry erase pockets, or page protectors (optional)
- First, download and print your printables. The download links for the free worksheets are lower down in the post.
2. To make your worksheets reusable, laminate them or slip them in a dry erase pocket or page protector.
We use these secure page protectors with a flap to keep the paper inside. They’re cheaper than laminating and they’re reusable, too.
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My daughter can use a wax crayon on her page protectors and I don’t have to worry about the page accidentally slipping out. It’s also easy for me to keep her worksheets organized in a 3 ring binder. Additionally, this arrangement keeps the pages from slipping around while she uses them. It’s a win-win.
I place the pages so the I-Spy and graphing page pairs are facing one another, like this:
We recently discovered Stabilo Woody 3-in-1 pencils and haven’t used dry erase markers since. Woodies are basically a large wax crayon in a wood pencil-shaped casing. They work for coloring on paper and can be used instead of a dry erase marker. Unlike markers, they don’t have ink to stain everything and don’t smell!
Even better, they can truly color on laminated pages without erasing themselves the way dry erase markers do. I realize this sounds pretty incredible and implausible. You can see a video of the Stabilo Woody pencils in action in this post with free printable dinosaur coloring pages.
- XXL lead applies as much pigment as 8 colored pencils at once
- Large width ideal for smaller hands
3. Count the items on the I-Spy page and record the quantities.
4. Transfer these numbers over to the graphing page. There are numbers to trace or your child can color in the squares.
There are many ways to count and graph. Here are a few ideas:
- For the youngest learners:
- Have your child use a do a dot marker to mark an image on the I-Spy card then immediately mark a square in the corresponding graphing page.
- For a greater challenge, have them use a “regular” marker or pencil, count each item, and place a dot in the corresponding record square as they go. Work with them to count the dots after each image has been marked, then transfer this number to the graph paper. This version works well with laminated pages so the activity is reusable.
- Children can make tally marks or write the number in the record square.
- You can see my daughter’s tally marks on the left-hand page in the image above.
- Children can also cover each counted picture with a small manipulative like an eraser or pompom to keep track of which items they’ve already counted.
- The graph can be colored in, covered with manipulatives. or your child can trace the numbers.
- For a more challenging game, do not provide manipulatives to assist with counting and don’t have your child mark each image. This can be pretty challenging, especially on the count to 10 pages!
Free printable Easter count and graph worksheets download
Please note that the artwork in these printables is copyright by DigitalArtsi. Thank you, Jane, for your beautiful artwork and generous licensing.
Like all preschool printables on The Artisan Life, these worksheets are for personal and single classroom use. You are welcome to print and use them as many times as you’d like as long as you are personally organizing the activity (or leaving it for a sub in your own classroom). This includes with homeschool co-ops and therapy clients.
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I hope your preschooler enjoys these graphing worksheets as much as mine does! In her words, she is “way obsessed” with these Easter count and graph pages.
Be sure to discover these additional free printables and Easter activities while you’re here on The Artisan Life: