# Counting Backward Worksheets

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Counting backward worksheets with answer keys offer essential practice in counting down numbers from a higher to a lower number by subtracting a number each time. Count backward with different intervals to complete the number sequences in our engaging exercises packed with colorful themes for kids. Begin reverse counting with our free worksheets.

## List of Counting Backward Worksheets

Whether it is navigating fun mazes or filling in missing numbers, find ample practice in counting backward by 1s, and lay a strong foundation for subtraction skills.

Help grade 1 and grade 2 kids understand that each succeeding number in the count sequence refers to a quantity that is two less than the previous.

Decrease three every time to complete the backward number sequences. Fill in the missing numbers on the flowers in these counting backward by 3s worksheets.

Count in backward steps of 4, swiftly number the ice cream cones, complete the patterns, and answer questions as you storm through each backward counting by 4s worksheet.

Visual aids like number lines and pictures demonstrate the sequence and show a decrease of 5 during reverse counting, and help kids master this essential backward counting skill.

Subtract six from every preceding number, write the missing numbers, and number the gift boxes in these PDF resources.

Employ these printables and swing into action by quickly subtracting 7s and figuring out the missing numbers in the sequences.

Presenting incomplete sequences to be filled by subtracting 8 and answering questions by skip counting backward are the challenges for kids in these practice sheets.

Write the consecutive numbers in the reverse numerical order so that a series such as 90, 81 will be followed by 72, 63, 54, and so on in these reverse counting worksheets.

Fill the empty leaves, partially filled number lines, and blanks by decreasing ten from the preceding number.

Get kids in 3rd grade and 4th grade to subtract 11 repeatedly and find the missing numbers in part A, number the bulbs in part B, and answer the questions in part C.

Observe a consistent decrease of 12 with each step and complete the exercise following the same pattern.

In these counting backward by 100s worksheets, subtract 100 in each step and progress sequentially like 1000, 900, 800, 700, and so forth to complete the number sequences.