Counting plays a part in many celebrations; be it counting down to midnight or counting the number of puffs it takes to blow out the candles on a birthday cake. Help children practice counting to 10 with our celebration counting jigsaw.
All you need for our printable number jigsaws is card and printer ink! Slice along the vertical lines and then get the kids to put the picture back together again, using the numbers to help - or check - what they are doing. When they have learned their numbers you can always cut them off the bottom of each piece ... it makes the jigsaws much harder!
Print out this pretty Happy Easter jigsaw for the kids to enjoy during the holidays! All you have to do is slice along the vertical lines. Then the kids can use the numbers to help them put it back together.
Putting things into order is more fun when you are also putting a jigsaw back together again! That's the idea behind this Happy Easter jigsaw. Just print onto card and cut along the vertical lines.
Print this colourful elephant counting jigsaw on to card and then cut out and laminate. Children will have fun practicing their counting skills as they arrange the strips to complete the picture.
Colour in (or print our coloured version), cut and re-assemble this fun frogs counting jigsaw to help kids learn their numbers up to 10. Slice along the vertical lines.
Help the kids practise counting with this fun printable jigsaw featuring a family of gazelles in Africa. Print onto card and then slice along the vertical lines. To extend the activity, choose the black-and-white version and ask them to colour in the picture first.
Colour in this jigsaw and then cut into strips. Children need to be able to put the strips 1 - 10 in the correct order to complete our giraffe counting jigsaw. When they have mastered their numbers you can cut them off the bottom and still enjoy the jigsaw without them.
Print our cute hedgehogs counting jigsaw out onto card and then slice along the lines vertically. Can the kids put it back together again? It's a fun way to practice counting from 1 to 10. We have a black and white version, too, that the kids can colour in.
This hippo counting jigsaw is a fun way to help children practise counting skills. Print the jigsaw on to card, cut into strips and ask children to arrange the strips into the correct order.
Practice counting up to 10 with this lion counting jigsaw. Print on to card, ask children to colour and then cut along the dotted lines to cut the jigsaw into strips.
This new year help children practice their counting with our fun midnight counting jigsaw. Chose your version - we have coloured and black and white, to colour yourself, to chose from - print on to card and cut into strips along the dotted lines.
Help the kids learn their numbers 1 to 10 with this gorgeous owl family jigsaw! Just print it onto card and then slice along the vertical lines. Children can use the numbers at the bottom to order the pieces.
Practice counting skills with this adorable printable rhino puzzle! Just print onto card and slice along the vertical lines. Then your child puts the pieces back together in order to complete the picture again. We have a colour version, or one that your child can colour in first...
Print our Valentine's Day counting jigsaw, slice into strips along the dotted lines and arrange in order. We have either a colour or a black and white version for children to personalise by colouring in themselves.
This colourful set of 20 number match up cards will add a fun twist to learning to count this Valentine's Day. Print on to card and then cut out each strip. Cut along the diagonal dotted line to split the number from the array. Mix up the cards and have children match the pairs.
This little jigsaw makes a fun way for kids to practice their numbers. Just print onto card and then slice it up along the vertical lines. They can use the numbers to help them put it back together again. Choose from a black and white version or colour.
Our Year of the Monkey counting jigsaw comes in two versions: black and white for the kids to colour in, or pre-coloured. Just print out, preferably onto card, and cut along the vertical dotted lines. Now the kids can put it back together again!
Print our Year of the Rooster jigsaw on to card, cut in to strips and ask children to complete the jigsaw using the number 1 - 10 along the bottom to help. For older kids you could cut off the numbers and leave them to work the picture out by themselves!