St. Patrick’s Day 4 Leaf Clover Counting and Number Matching File Folder Activity

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St. Patrick’s Day 4 Leaf Clover Counting and Number Matching File Folder Activity

Last night while trying in vain to convince a 4 year old that it was bed time…I had the idea for this printable. I have been trying to work in more number practice lately and we have always loved seasonal activities. This one can be used for Springtime or as a St. Patrick’s Day activity. There are a few different ways to use it. One would be to create a file folder activity with the clovers on the folder and a some velcro sticky backs. Another would be to cut out the cards around the dotted lines and use them as stand alone cards.

 

 

The cards go from 1 to 12 with 4 leaves for each clover. Each clover will have a number word, ten frame, countable gold pot, and dash. Each card has a certain number of dots to count showing which leaves belong to it.

How to use:

Print and laminate.
Cut out the leaves
Place the leaves on the cards that match.

I’m going to place sticky back velcro on each leaf to make them stay in place before I give it to Loulou to play with. I found some at the Dollar Tree in the craft section that works really well for projects like this. Walmart also sells it in rolls that you can cut to fit.

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