St. Patrick's Day Coin Counting Puzzles includes 20 puzzles, covering all numbers 1-20. Each puzzle contains two pieces. One piece has a pot of gold with a number and the other piece has the corresponding number of coins on it.
This is a fun, hands on, educational activity for preschool, prek, and kindergarten age kids.
St Patricks Day Math
It is recommended that you print these on cardstock and laminate prior to use. This will allow you to reuse this printable year after year!
Next cut out each puzzle. I prefer to cut out each puzzle with a paper cutter and then go back and cut the puzzles out with scissors. Each puzzle will have two pieces.
Students will start this activity by placing all of the puzzles pieces on the floor. First, they will pick a pot of gold puzzle piece and identify the number. I would always encourage my students to say and trace the number with their finger.
Next, they will sort through all of the puzzle pieces looking for the coin puzzle piece that matches the the number.
Students will continue these steps until all puzzles have been completed.
Differentiating St. Patrick's Day Coin Counting PuzzlesYounger students, and even struggling students, may overwhelmed by all twenty puzzles at once. If this is the case, it is recommended that you provide students with only a portion of the puzzles. Once they master those, then you can slowly add in more puzzles until all twenty are included.
Want more St. Patrick's Day activities?
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- St. Patricks Day Counting Cards
- St. Patrick's Day Names - Name Building Practice Printable
- St Patricks Day Pot of Gold Count & Write Mats
- St. Patrick's Day Blend Match-Ups
- 12 St. Patrick's Day Books for Little Learners
- St Patricks Day Create a Word
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