My Counting Activity Sheet (People Who Help Us)

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My Counting Worksheet (People Who Help Us) - Counting worksheet, People Who Help Us, counting, activity, how many, foundation numeracy, counting on, counting back, Doctor, Nurse, Teacher, Police, Fire fighter, Paramedic, Builder, Caretaker, Lollipop,

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  • , rated this resource Oct 24th
  • for school

    , Feb 3rd
  • to count

    , May 19th
  • great resource thank you.

    , Feb 22nd
  • Great resources, it would be even better if you could have it the other way round. where the number is in the circle and pupils have to draw the amount of different people who help us!

    , Feb 1st
    • Hi Laka123, thank you for your review, I have passed your thoughts along to our design team to see what they can do for you. :)

      , Feb 1st
    • Hi there Laka123, we have now made this resource for you and I have emailed it over. We will upload the resource to the website for the other users soon, thanks again! :)

      , Feb 9th
  • checking one to one correspondence

    , Jan 25th
A colourful worksheet for allowing your children to practise counting objects.
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