Photo of printable kick counting chart in English

Printable kick counting charts are an easy way for expectant parents to track their baby’s movements. Available in multiple languages, these charts make kick counting accessible for those who don’t have access to a mobile device or reliable Wi-Fi.

Printable Kick Counting Charts

  • Printable Kick Counting Chart- English

  • Printable Kick Counting Chart- Spanish

  • Printable Kick Counting Chart- Haitian Creole

  • Printable Kick Counting Chart- Navajo

  • Printable Kick Counting Chart- Swahili


Start Counting

Counting kicks is a simple way to monitor your baby’s well-being. Expectant parents should begin counting at the start of the third trimester.

  • Start a timer to track baby's movements


    Start a timer and record the time it takes for you to feel 10 movements.

  • Count baby's kicks every day around the same time


    Pick a time when baby is active to start counting, preferably the same time every day.

  • Compare kick session to previous times


    After each counting session, compare that time with your past sessions.

  • Contact your provider if you notice a change


    Contact your provider if you notice any significant changes in the amount of time it takes to get to 10.

Why We Count

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This information is for educational purposes only and is not meant for diagnosis or treatment. Use of this information should be done in accordance with your healthcare provider.