Nature-Inspired Count & Clip Cards to Learn Numbers


Ready to give your kiddo the counting practice they need to prep for preschool? Say hello to Count and Clip Cards. With beautiful nature illustrations, and an interactive challenge, these counting flash cards will not only help your kiddo with number recognition, but will also keep them focused and engaged. The cards can even be a completely independent play activity — just add a sticker over the correct answer on the back so your little one can check their work.

★ Includes 10 interactive clip cards for numbers 1-10 that can be used in countless digit activities
★ Cards are used in fun and games to learn organically – no drills or memorization!
★ Bright & colorful designs to keep your little one engaged and focused
★ Designed by a cognitive psychologist to promote healthy learning & development
★ Beautifully illustrated artwork that you’ll love as much as your kiddo

⭐ BONUS: Includes the Ultimate Flashcard Activity Book with over 15 activities + games to play

This activity is included in the Preschool Essentials Bundle.

This is a digital file. No physical product will ship.


What’s Included

★ A set of 10 cards, representing numbers 1-10. 3.5″ x 4.5″
★ Instructions on how to use them with activity ideas
Bonus: Flashcard Activity Guide

What Makes These Cards Special

Practice number recognition. Your kiddo counts the objects and clips a clothespin to the correct number on the card. Helps practice counting, and understanding the concept between quantity and digits.

Reuse them (over and over). Why use printables? Because you get to print them as many times as you want. And repurpose them into a million different activities. Ideas included.

Vibrant colors. Colorful watercolor art keeps your little learner focused and engaged.

Hit developmental milestones. Hands-on learning activity that’s age-appropriate for preschool and early elementary kids.

Compact design. Take them in the car, to the park, in an airplane, to grandma’s house. They go everywhere!

Develop fine motor skills. Fantastic practice to develop their fine motor skills, and I include creative ideas to use these activities in gross motor play too.

Kindergarten readiness. Developed around educational standards for schools to help your kiddo get prepped for kindergarten.

Activity Ideas

Wondering what to do with the count and clip cards? I’ve got you covered.

Count & Clip. Grab clothespins and turn this into a fine motor activity by clipping the clothespin to the match the number of objects on each card.

Scavenger Hunt. Set out the cards and have your kid look for objects around the room/yard that match the number on the card. i.e. 3 sticks next to 3 rainbows.

Pom Pom Stack. Have your little one stack the same number of pompoms as on the card next to the card.

Card games. Create a deck of cards by printing multiple sets of cards and play card games like Go Fish, Slap It and Memory. Instructions included.

Sensory bin. Hide the cards in a sensory bin to have your kiddo find them + clip the right number.

Relay race. Little one having trouble sitting to learn? Then get them up and moving with a number relay race — running back and forth to pin the correct number.

Decoration. Make a decorative banner with the cards for your kid’s room, nursery, baby shower or classroom.

Independent play. Turn this into an independent activity by adding a sticker to the back of the correct answer so kids can check their own work.

Who These Printables Are For

Parents. If you’ve got a toddler, preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten kid and are looking for enriching activities for them instead of using screen time.

Teachers + educators. Need engaging teaching resources for your classroom? Here’s your unique solution.

Montessori lovers. Perfect for creating hands-on activities at home or in the classroom.

Homeschool parents. Need to supplement a preschool or kindergarten curriculum? Add these to your morning basket or lesson plan.

Gift givers. If you’re looking for a special birthday gift, new parent gift, or baby shower gift that I can guarantee you no one else will be giving.

How It Works

how to download printable pdf activity

1. Download. Grab your PDF file, available immediately upon purchase via email and in your account (if you created one),

how to print pdf

2. Print. On your home printer, on Letter (8.5″ x 11″) or A4 paper (cardstock paper recommended).

laminate printable pdf

3. Laminate (optional). It’s optional but recommended to preserve color and make your pages last longer, but using cardstock only is fine too.

cutting printable activity

4. Cut it out. Cut out the activity on the solid gray line.


Designed by a cognitive psychologist + mom to support healthy development


Let your child’s creativity soar while you get a much needed break

artfully designed

Goodbye 90s clipart, hello modern watercolor art you’ll want to hang in every room

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Nature-Inspired Count & Clip Cards to Learn Numbers