Bug maths practise

These insect-filled maths worksheets are perfect for the bug-obsessed child. Try these worksheets and activities for a fun way to exercise maths skills and discover a few new bugs at the same time.

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Kindergarten maths: Take Away the Bugs

Kindergarten maths: Take Away the Bugs makes learning subtraction easy and fun by using picture diagrams to introduce subtraction to preschoolers.
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Add and Subtract with maths Bugs

Your child will enjoy getting maths practise as she uses bugs in her addition and subtraction problems.
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Practise Telling Time with Play Watches: 6 O'Clock

If your first grader is having trouble telling time, try incorporating it into his play time with these cool bug-themed play watches.
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Insect Addition

Bug out on addition! Count up how many critters you see in each picture equation. Then see how to write it out with numbers.
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Practise Patterns: Bugs, Bugs, Bugs

Patterns are everywhere, from maths to science to poetry. Here's a worksheet that will help your first grader get better at identifying and labeling patterns.
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Backyard Bugs

Want to boost maths and science learning? Take a bug expedition and give your first grader practise observing and charting what he sees.
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Same Size

Bug out over measurement with your preschooler! Decide which two bugs are the same size.
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Count the Insects 4

It's insect counting time! Your child will practise counting up to five with backyard bugs he already is familiar with.
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Counting: Bees and Butterflies

This bees and butterflies counting challenge will not only help your child count, but also begin to categorize objects.
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Counting Dragonflies

Dragonflies are some of the most stunning and fastest insects the world. See how fast your kindergartener can count these speedy creatures with this worksheet.
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Counting Ladybugs

You're once, twice, three times a ladybug! Check out this counting worksheet for your kindergartener, featuring beautiful ladybugs.
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Counting Moths

Keep your kindergartener practising his counting with this worksheet featuring moths. He may have noticed moths flying around artificial lights in your home.
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Counting Bees and Bugs

Bees and cockroaches? That's double trouble! If your kindergartener is brave enough, have him count the number of these two scary bugs.
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Insect Counting Worksheet: Wasps and Dragonflies

Give your kindergartener plenty of counting practise. This counting worksheet, featuring wasps and dragonflies, may even turn your young one into a bug fanatic.
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Insect Counting Worksheet: Butterflies and Cockroaches

There aren't many bugs more different than butterflies and cockroaches. Your kindergartener should try to count them separately in this counting worksheet.
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Insect Counting Worksheet: Moths and Ladybugs

Try this counting worksheet with your kindergartener. Moths and ladybugs are very different insects, so tell your child to keep them separate as he counts.
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Counting Butterflies

Get your child's year one year started right with this counting worksheet, featuring eye-catching butterflies.
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