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Banana Number Puzzles

Looking for a fun activity to help your learners with number sense? Check out these fun banana themed number puzzles. Learners can practice their counting and subitizing skills while having some banana fun. Simply print number sense puzzles and you are ready to play and learn.

Looking for a fun activity to help your learners with number sense? Check out these fun banana themed number puzzles. Learners can practice their counting and subitizing skills while having some banana fun. Simply print number sense puzzles and you are ready to play and learn.

Banana Number Puzzles Free Printable

These banana number puzzles are such fun to help your little learners practice their counting and subitizing skills. These number puzzles can be used any time of the year. They are suitable for pre-k and kindergarten learners.

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Banana Number Puzzles - 1

Preparing the printable:

  • Print the pages in colour.
  • Laminate if desired.
  • Cut apart the cards to create the puzzle pieces.

Banana Number Puzzles - 2

Counting Activity

Start with one set of puzzles. For e.g. start off with introducing the number 1 puzzle. You can start off with saying ‘Here is number 1’ and show the puzzle piece with the number ‘1’ on it.

  • Next, ask them to count the number of dots in the 10 frame and match it to the other pieces of the puzzle to complete it.
  • To make things tougher, you can also mix up a few number puzzles together and get your learner to match the pieces to create the number puzzles.
  • Continue doing this until your learner is familiar with the numbers and subitizing.

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Banana Number Puzzles - Square

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khadeejah Rawshan

Khadeejah enjoys creating educational printables and looking through blogs for fun ideas, crafts and printables. She enjoys teaching her younger brother, who just turned 5. She shares the printables and ideas they do together over at her blog The Chatty Kinder.

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