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Sharing and Counting Cars Game

By: Lauren Beard - Updated: 8 Oct 2012 | comments*Discuss
 
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Paul and Niall are being very good. They are playing with Paul's toy cars, and they're making sure that they are sharing them out between them. It's really nice to share your toys with your friends and your brothers and sisters.

They only thing is, Paul and Niall aren't sure how many cars they've got altogether, and they want to split them between them. Can you have a go at counting up each different colour car and writing the number in the boxes?

Why not Download the Sharing and Counting Cars Game and see if you can count how many cars Paul and Niall have to play with.

For Parents

This activity is aimed at 4 to 7 year olds, it's a fun way to raise your child's interest in good behaviour, as well as building their counting, maths and recognition skills.

We have many other games and puzzles in the Download section which can be reached from the sidebar on the left. All our printable puzzles are completely free and are great to keep on hand for kids to do at any time, or as a fun rainy day activity.

All of our puzzles are supplied as a pdf so you'll need to have Adobe Acrobat installed on your system. If you haven't, Google it and you'll find lots of places and instructions on how to get it.

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