We have three butterfly jumble puzzles to suit a variety of ages. Can the kids sort out and count the butterflies...
We have two types of counting puzzles here at Activity Village, jumbles where you have to count the shapes and beautiful colouring pages featuring a creature or symbol to count before you colour.
There's quite a jumble of shapes in this Christmas puzzle! Can you sort them out and count them accurately?
This delightful under-the-sea themed circles colouring page is a puzzle too, as children can count the circles as they colour. How many will they find?
How many times can the kids find the word "acorn" in the puzzle? This makes a fun puzzle for autumn or winter, perhaps.
Someone's been busy! I wonder who has left all the Christmas presents, and how many there are ... can you count?
How many hearts can you spot in this picture of a Valentine's Day feast? A fun counting puzzle and Valentine colouring page...
How many koalas can you count in the picture below? Look carefully! Why not colour in the picture too?
Colour in this fun puzzle page, counting the rabbits as you go! Inspired by Chinese New Year of the Rabbit but fun any time.
Counting fun for Diwali! Can the kids work out how many diya lamps there are in this printable puzzle?
This puzzle will appeal to all the cupcake lovers out there! Can the children find which two cupcakes are identical? Then why not colour the cupcakes in?
Two printable Easter puzzles - one much more difficult than the other - in which children need to count up the Easter bunnies. Fun for Spring too. Good counting practice for little ones!
Here's a simple counting activity puzzle for younger children. Count all the leaves or count by colour.
You have to be quite intrepid to try this puzzle - counting the jumbled up leaves will take a while and quite a bit of concentration!
This lovely puzzle and colouring page features a scene in the woods with a wonderful Christmas tree. How many robins can you spot before you colour it in?
Can you count the stockings, without getting into a muddle! A simple Christmas counting puzzle for younger children.
This ovals colouring page, set in outer space, has planets, rockets and flying saucers made up of ovals. Children can identify and count the shapes before colouring in this colouring page with a difference.
The lorries, buses and train on this rectangles colouring page are all made up of rectangles. What a fun way for children to learn about shapes!
This is a counting puzzle, shape recognition exercise and a colouring page in one! Children will have fun learning their shapes with our squares colouring page.
This stars colouring page is one of our series of shape colouring pages designed to help children with shape recognition. How many stars can they count? Did the spot the cheeky little starfish?