# Counting and Cardinality Worksheets

Have you been long shopping for and never quite landed on the right resource to give your learners some foundational practice on counting and cardinality? You’ve hit the jackpot with this bunch of printable counting and cardinality worksheets, designed to help young learners absorb and upgrade perceptual subitizing! Here’s the thing in a nutshell. The last number kids count in any set of objects is the total number of objects in it — the cardinality of the set. In this delight-to-the-eyes pdf exercise, children count unique sets of graphics, including cubes, kites, hourglasses, and so on and circle the cardinality of each set from the options.

Our free counting and cardinality worksheets are best suited for preschool, kindergarten, and grade 1 children.

CCSS: K.CC

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