This is the first of 3 African animal counting worksheets for early learners - and I think they will enjoy them! Count the animals and write the total in the box. Available in colour or black and white.
African Animal Maths Worksheets
Whether you are looking to add a cross-curricula element to tie in to a project on African animals or just looking to have some fun with maths, we have some delightful early learning African animal maths worksheets.
Count up the African animals and write the totals in the boxes. What a fun worksheet for the kids! Why not laminate it for repeat use?
This lovely worksheet, with its higgledy-piggledy African animal collection, makes counting fun! You can print it in either colour or black and white.
Use these African animal pattern tiles with our pattern worksheets - or print out as many pages as you like and use them for matching and counting games!
The second of our African animal pattern worksheets challenges children to work out the animal that comes next in each row. They can draw in the answer or you can provide our African animal pattern tiles.
This fun printable includes some lovely illustrations of different African animals to cut out, ready for the kids to sort by size. If you laminate the cut-outs they will last and can be used for lots of different activities.
Solve the problems, crack the code and reveal three animal names! This is such a fun way to work on maths skills. This particular worksheet is aimed at Year 2-3 / 6-8 year olds.
Practise fractions and the four operations with this fun Animal Code Breaker, aimed (roughly) at Year 4 children (aged 8-9).
This code breaker puzzle involves decimals, fractions, multiplication, division, addition and subtraction - and it's a fun way to "drill" these skills while looking for the hidden African animals in the solution. Aimed at Year 5 (aged 9-10).
Solve for n to work out which African animals are hidden in this Animal Code Breaker. We've aimed this particular code breaker at Year 6 children (aged 10-11).
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.
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.
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.
Here's a fun way to learn about symmetry! Can the kids complete our funny meerkat by mirror copying the left half over to the right?