Count the apples and write the correct number in the box on the right. This is the first and simplest of three apple counting worksheets.
Food and Drink Maths Worksheets
We've lots of counting resource on a food and drink theme to help young children get to grips with number.
Count the apples and write the correct number in the box. This is the second of three apple counting worksheets for the kids to try.
Here is our third (and most challenging) apple counting worksheet. Children are asked to count the red, green and yellow apples and write the correct number in the boxes.
The children will enjoy these dot to dot puzzles with a difference! Choose the times table your child is working on, then ask them to join the dots to draw the apple. Choose from 2s to 12s.
This apple patterns worksheet might be the simplest of all our pattern worksheets - making it a great introduction for young children. They need to decide whether the last apple in each pattern should be red, yellow or green, and colour it in appropriately.
Start the kids counting their fruit with the first of three fruit counting worksheets! Count the number in each row and write the number in the box on the right.
Have some fun with this fruit counting worksheet. How many oranges, bananas, apples, pineapples, strawberries, and pears?
Our fruit counting worksheet 3 is the trickiest! We ask children to identify and count each type of fruit, then write their answer in the boxes.
This sequencing worksheet asks little ones to work out what fruit comes next in each sequence. Why not laminate the worksheet and use our fruit patterns tiles (also laminated) so that you can get repeat use out of this fun worksheet.
We designed these fruit patterns tiles to use with our fruit patterns worksheets 1 and 2 - but you could also print two of each tile to make a mini memory game for the kids.
Kids can skip count their way around the picture to draw an ice lolly - practising their tables at the same time! It's a fun dot to dot puzzle with a secret.
There's nothing more refreshing than a cooling ice lolly on a hot day! The kids can have fun sorting these ice lollies into size order, then have a real ice lolly treat once they've finished, perhaps?
Make times table practice fun with these pumpkin dot to dot puzzles! Choose the times table your child is learning then ask them to join the dots by counting in 2s, 3s, 4s, and so on ... all the way up to 12s.
Join the dots on this strawberry picture and practice your times tables as you do it! Skip count by 2s, 3s and so on, all the way up to 10s. Fun!
Start the kids off with our first vegetable counting worksheet. Count the veg and write the correct number in the box…
Here is a slightly more challenging counting worksheet featuring a selection of yummy vegetables! It's available in either colour or black and white below
We all know that we should be eating 5 servings of fruit and veg a day - but can the kids count the veg on our third vegetable counting worksheet? Write the answers in the boxes.