These free printable fall themed count and write cards are a fun, no-prep way to help your child practice counting and writing their numbers. They’re also easy to make reusable when you slide the sheets into heavy duty page protectors! I hope you enjoy.
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These fall themed counting cards feature the numbers 1-10 and have a blank spot for your child to write each number after counting the fall items. There is nothing to trace and there are no numbers to select from. For more number practice, make sure to grab these additional free printables while you’re here on The Artisan Life:
How to use count and write cards
There are two sheets of count and write printables. The first page has 1-5 and the second page has 6-10. You can print and use one or both pages, depending on your child’s needs.
You can print the pages and have your child use them with a pencil, marker, or pen. Because the fall images are in black and white, your child can color them for additional fun and fine motor practice. Developmentally, the best option for kids is to use a preschooler-sized pencil. It encourages a proper pencil grip and is the correct size for a child’s hand.
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Count and write cards are sometimes called “count and wipe cards” because you can laminate them or place them in dry erase pockets to make them reusable. This is a great way to save time and paper, especially if you make the pages part of a classroom math center.
If you want to use page protectors, I recommend heavy duty “secure” page protectors with a flap to hold the paper inside. Regular, thin page protectors aren’t great for repeated use. They tend to winkle when written on and erased. The heavy duty page protectors can stand up to more enthusiastic use. The flap is also very helpful because it keeps the page from sliding out and getting rumpled or written on.
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I prefer Stabilo Woody 3-in-1 pencils over dry or wet erase markers. There’s no ink and no stink! They also don’t erase themselves as you continue to write or color, which means you can make reusable coloring pages. See this post with dinosaur coloring pages for a video demo.
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Lamination and dry erase pockets cost slightly more and the pages are harder to organize. They’re also more durable, though, so those are good options for classroom use.
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However you decide to prepare the sheets, the basic way of using them is the same. Your child counts the images, then writes how many in the square. If your child isn’t able to write numbers yet, you can help them or they can make tally marks or dots instead of numerals.
Free printable fall themed count and write PDF
The boring but important part: these printables are licensed for personal and single classroom use. You may not redistribute the printouts or digital files to other parents/teachers for use with their children or students. Please just send them to this post so they can grab their own copies. Commercial use (selling the printouts or files) is completely prohibited.
I hope you enjoy using these count and write pages with your little learner! Be sure to discover these additional fall printables: