Caterpillar Count

Practice counting up to 15 with this cute caterpillar game!

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While Playing: 
  • Sit with your child while he/she is playing
  • Take turns playing the game
  • While your child uses the mouse, you can count along. When it is your turn to use the mouse, encourage your child to count out loud.
  • For extra fun, set a timer and see how quickly your child can get all 15 caterpillar body parts
Ontario Curriculum Connections: 

Playing Caterpillar Count helps your child meet many learning goals, one of which is:

Kindergarten- Math

Demonstrate an understanding of numbers, using concrete materials to explore and investigate counting, quantity and number relationships

At-Home Activities: 

There are so many great counting activities that you can do at home!

Count often, count everything you can, and make it meaningful for your child.

For example:

  • While walking to school count how many red cars you see.
  • In the bath, count fingers and toes.
  • In the grocery stores count the number of vegetables in your cart!