Let the little champs get into action with this huge ensemble of counting worksheets so they morph into counting prodigies before they know it. A perfect counting dolce vita that can be enjoyed for free, these pdf resources are equipped with exercises that help build kids' motor skills and boost their hand-eye coordination and attention span. The tasks include counting objects in a set, representing the cardinalities using numbers up to 20, understanding the values of each digit in a number, counting coins and writing dollar amounts, reading tally marks, and counting forward and backward. Making mental estimates without counting will now be their forte!
This set of counting worksheets is designed for children of kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2.
Help toddlers revive and let thrive their analytical skills with this bunch of printable worksheets, replete with vivid, joy-spending-time-with pictures. They count objects to 5 and represent the count using numbers 1 to 5.
Watch numeracy skills leap from superb to stellar with our rewarding counting worksheets! Count a blend of pictures that are alike, compare two sets of objects using symbols, match the count with number names, and more!
Boost your child's early math skills, and keep them engaged with this vibrant free printable resource. Packed with 8 questions, these pdf worksheets are a most fascinating and effective learning and practicing tool for the little ones. What a great way to help elevate their counting up to 20 and also recall numbers up to 10!
Incorporate ample practice in counting everyday objects and animals in this section of our counting worksheets. Students must count and identify the picture that depicts ‘more’ or ‘fewer’ quantities correctly.
For a child, few counting tools are as magical and magnetic as ten frames. Our printable ten frames worksheets boost number sense, help ease making ten and adding numbers up to 20, and reinforce the aspect of place value.
Here's yet another counting promise delivered in our free pdf base ten blocks worksheets. Acquaint children with the fact that each digit in a number possesses a unique value according to the position it occupies.
Cheer up, for your numeracy skills are all set to look up live never before! Our bundles of tens and ones worksheets for kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 illustrate the idea that the tens place of a number is composed of ten ones.
Don't you hear the sound of coins ringing? Shift your counting practice from numbers to coins with this practice set! Recognize the pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters and their values. Adeptly count them to find the total amount.
Finding one more than or one less than any given number is now a cakewalk! This exercise not only helps students work their way around the number before and after a number, it also gets them ready for adding and subtracting numbers.
Are base ten numerals the only way to represent a number? Not at all. There are many ways to do this, and "tally marks" is super effective. Count the tally marks and figure out the number they denote with this set of pdf handouts.
Hang on! You can't wrap up your counting practice so quickly. You have just counted by 1s in all these exercises. Extend your session and skip count by 2s, 3s, and the like with our free printable compilation of skip counting worksheets!
Have you ever tried counting backward? In all honesty, it's not the counting pleasure you are used to although it's exciting beyond ordinary. Explore abundant exercises for 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade in counting down by 2s to 12s and 100s.
Give the super-fast pace of life today, often we don't get to count things as leisurely and assiduously as we would like to. Prepare children to estimate the number of objects in a set and guess how far the estimates are from the actual counts.