Farm Animals Counting Worksheet

If you’ve ever been to a class where the teacher has been counting, or you’ve watched Animal Planet, you may have been inspired by the idea of a Farm Animals Counting Worksheet. If you are, then it’s time to think seriously about making a Worksheet using Farm Animals that can help your student learn math skills and increase their ability to think in a way that helps the whole classroom. The math worksheets are easy to make if you have a basic knowledge of math. If you don’t know how to make one, just read on and you’ll soon be making your own.

Farm Animals Counting Worksheet
Farm Animals Counting Worksheet

Farm Animals Counting Worksheet

Farm Animals count and color in the animals. The teacher assigns students to color in animals on one side of the sheet and then mark how many animals they have on the other side. Students are supposed to follow a pattern and use the same number of colors for each animal. Once students have marked all the animals on the sheet, they then divide the sheet in half and write the animals’ names in the appropriate spaces on the right-hand side. Then students must count the number of animals that are on each of the left-hand sides. Then they put all of the animals they’ve marked on the right into the corresponding spaces on the left-hand side of the Worksheet. For the animal on the left that is a member of a group, students have to mark the name of the group.

Farm Animals Counting Worksheet 1
Farm Animals Counting Worksheet 1

The first animal group is the Family. These animals include cows, chickens, turkeys, fish, rabbits, snakes, and other creatures. The Family includes different breeds and ages of these animals. Once students have finished marking the members of the Family, they can create groups for each of the types of animals by putting animals together with their family members. For instance, if there were three animals of a particular kind and one of them was a baby, the baby should be in group A, the second animal in the group should be in group B, and the third animal in group C. By putting the members of the groups together, students can begin to organize their groups to show how many of each kind of animal are in each group.

When students have grouped their animals, they can use the Count by Name Worksheet to help them identify the animals and their name. The Count by Name Worksheet works as a traditional Math Worksheet in that students have to identify the animal, and its family. Then they use the formula for addition and subtraction to find out what is on both sides of the sheet and write it down. Students then have to count the total numbers of that are in each group. The next animal is the Family of Animal. When students have finished counting the animals, they can use the subtraction and addition formulas to find the total number of animals on the left side of the sheet.

Farm Animals Counting Worksheet 2
Farm Animals Counting Worksheet 2

After students have identified the animals on each side of the sheet, students need to write down the names of the animals. They have to write down how many of each breed there are and how many animals are members of the breed. This includes the number of parents, children, grand parents, brothers, sisters, and parents. In addition, students must write down how many siblings the animal has. Finally, they have to write the age of the animal and their gender.

Farm Animals Counting Worksheet 3
Farm Animals Counting Worksheet 3

Now you’re ready to test the Farm Animals Counting Worksheet! Before you start the project, make sure that you explain to students that this is a fun activity and that they need to focus and keep their eyes open while writing down the information. You can even have them record it and review it when they are tired!