Everyone likes chocolate chip cookies right?! I made these free printable cookie counting puzzles to go along with one of our favorite books If You Give A Mouse A Cookie.
THIS ACTIVITY WORKS WELL WITH
Have you seen the animated show they’ve created on Amazon? It’s been a huge hit with my kids and they’re up to 3 seasons now!
I’m always looking for new ways to make practicing math fun. These free printable counting cookie puzzles work perfectly as a center or for small groups. You could even print them and send them home with your little learners that may need a little extra help.
Start by downloading the free printable cooking counting puzzles at the bottom of the post. If using in the classroom in small groups or a center, you’ll want to print them on card stock and laminate them for durability. Cut out all of the puzzle pieces and you’re ready to play!
Mix up all of the puzzle pieces. Have the student choose a number card with Mouse on it.
Have them look for the matching number of cookies to make the puzzle match and set it aside. Have them continue matching all of the puzzle pieces. There are numbers 1-10 for them to practice counting.
To store them, you can save them in a plastic baggie, or my favorite way is to store them in small plastic photo boxes that I get from Michaels for $1.00 They are nice because I can stack them and easily find what I’m looking for in the future.
You can download the free printable counting cookie puzzles below.
Another favorite activity to do alongside these free printable counting cookie puzzles are these milk and cookie counting mats. The kids love using mini chocolate chip cookie cereal to physically count out the numbers and practice writing.
And this milk and cookie real and nonsense word sort is perfect to add as one of your ELA centers.
Or even turn it into a craft and writing activity with this mouse craft with writing prompts. They look adorable hanging in the classroom!
I hope your students enjoy all of these fun chocolate chip cookie activities as much as mine do!
We’ll see you next time!
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