Penguin Count and Graph Worksheets

Don’t miss these penguin count and graph worksheets! They are perfect for helping preschoolers practice counting and graphing to ten.

This counting activity is the perfect addition to your penguin preschool activities.

Kids will develop their visual discrimination skills while learning to count to ten with these fun penguins!

Don't miss these penguin count and graph worksheets! They are perfect for helping preschoolers practice counting and graphing to ten.

Add these winter printables for preschool to your upcoming play dates, classroom activities, or math centers.

Penguin Count and Graph Worksheets

This is a fun, no-prep count and graph math pack for preschool and kindergarten kiddos! Because it’s quick and easy to put together, it is perfect for busy preschool moms and teachers.

It’s so simple to use. These pages are perfect for your Letter P or general animal-themed preschool activities.

To complete this count and graph activity, demonstrate to your preschoolers how to find and count the first image. Count all the penguins with a yellow hat in the box at the top of the page.

Now, have them write that number in the box under the first column. Continue like this as they count the other five images. 

When your children have completed the I Spy portion of this activity, demonstrate to them how to graph their results.

Instruct your children to color one square for each image they found according to the image at the bottom of each column.

I prefer to have students color each column a different color. This helps them see the differences in each column better. 

Once they’ve completed the graphing portion of this activity, ask questions to help your learners compare and analyze the data contained in the graph.

Which object had the most? Which had the least? How many green hats and blue hats are there altogether? How many more penguins drinking hot chocolate are there than penguins making snow angels? 


There are several ways you can use this count and graph activity with your students. To use these pages in a math center, print one copy of the graphing page for the center. Laminate it or slip it in a dry erase pocket.

Then, print out a graphing sheet for each student in the class. Let your preschoolers write the numbers on the counting page with dry erase marker. Then, they can color their graphing page to be turned in for assessment. 

You could also laminate the graphing page and let your students use dry erase markers, as well. This is a great way to make the activity reusable for both group and individual use. 


Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about penguins. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.

If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.

PenguinsTacky the PenguinIf You Were a Penguin


Penguins – In Explore My World Penguins, curious kids ages 3 to 7 will be excited to learn about the delightful world of penguins: the extreme lengths they go to to care for their young and the relationship between baby penguins and their parents.

Tacky the Penguin – Tacky’s perfect friends find him annoying until his odd behavior saves the day.

If You Were a Penguin – In this simple, rhyming picture book, the youngest readers will learn about penguins. This is the perfect read-aloud for teachers and parents to share with young children as they imagine what life as a penguin is like!

Teaching Resources

Everyone’s a winner with this super fun, non-competitive game to practice colors and shapes vocabulary! Spin the spinner, match the fish and collect them in your net. But, wait! You might have to feed a fish to the Hungry Penguin

Stack and sort five brightly-colored wooden rings, topped with an adorable penguin. The base of this wooden penguin stacker is curved for additional fun rocking movement!

Spark your Kiddo’s creative interest with this Penguin Pals Dough Kit! Sensory play and loose parts play rolled into one, this kit gives kids the unlimited ability to play, create and learn.

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