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.
Harvest Maths Worksheets
We've some counting worksheets and a lovely scarecrow maths facts colouring page to start with, but there will be more Harvest maths worksheets coming soon.
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.
The aim of this fun game is to colour in the pumpkins! Roll two dice, add them up and colour the correct pumpkin. Compete against the clock or a friend.
Our scarecrow maths facts colouring page is a fun way to get some maths into a farm, Autumn or Harvest topic. Solve the sums and colour the picture!
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.