My daughters are obsessed with goldfish crackers. We buy the BIG box about every month or so. Of course, Shiloh has limited foods that she will eat and there is no way I’m going to argue with her about eating crackers, so she eats them more than most children do. It’s super cute watching her stick her tiny arm into that big box as it reaches the end…lol! These free printable goldfish counting cards are perfect for snack time.

– Life Over C's These Goldfish counting cards are so adorable! What a fun way to combine learning numbers with snack time!

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Materials for Goldfish Counting Cards

  • Paper
  • Laminating Materials
  • Paper Cutter
  • Goldfish
– Life Over C's These Goldfish counting cards are so adorable! What a fun way to combine learning numbers with snack time!

To prep: Print and laminate the goldfish counting cards (download below). – Life Over C's These free printable pumpkin counting cards are a great hands-on way to introduce counting to your preschooler! Load up the pumpkin truck with numbers 1-10 and have some math fun this fall!

To use: Have your child cover the pictures of the goldfish on the counting cards with the correct number of goldfish crackers.

– Life Over C's These Goldfish counting cards are so adorable! What a fun way to combine learning numbers with snack time!

These cards are perfect to new learners who are not ready for independent counting. The kids simply cover each goldfish picture on the card as they are counting. That way they know when to stop for each number.

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– Life Over C's These Goldfish counting cards are so adorable! What a fun way to combine learning numbers with snack time!
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Kim Staten Owner and Curriculum Designer
Kim Staten is a mother of four children ages 20, 19, 16, and 12. Kim has taught at the preschool, kindergarten and early elementary levels for 16 years. With extensive experience working with special needs children, including her own children with special needs (Rett Syndrome, autism, anxiety, and ADHD), she creates hands-on curricula and activities that are great for working with children of all abilities in the classroom and at home. Hands-on, accessible activities are her passion. 

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  1. Whenever i click on the spot to get the free printable, it only buffers. I would like so many of your offers, but I am unable to receive them!

    1. That is usually a sign that the internet signal is struggling. I would refresh and try again or try from a different device or connection.

  2. I LOVE these! I believe this is one of the first posts that I saw of yours that caused me to fall in love with your work <3 I can always find something meaningful and simple to use at my in-home daycare that doesn't require a degree to prep LOL

  3. I absolutely love your counting cards! I’ve been trying to download your candy corn counting free printable, but the link always takes me to the free popcorn counting cards

  4. Where can I find your free printable counting cards that you use pom pom balls/colored dots? Thanks for all that you share!!!

    1. So far the picture of the pom poms is a teaser… they will be available on the 9th of Nov. Sorry for the confusion!