Counting Ladybugs

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Counting Ladybugs

Subject: Counting

Grade: Kindergarten   Format: .pdf

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Counting Ladybugs is a fun worksheet printable for Kindergarten students. They need to count the number of ladybugs in each row and write it in the box provided. Help your little ones practice numbers counting and then writing them.

Little ones will enjoy counting and coloring the ladybugs. They practice counting, writing and develop fine motor skills when they do such worksheets.

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