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# Counting Worksheets for Pre-K and Early Elementary Students

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• Number charts with numbers 1-120. Highlighted columns are perfect for skip counting, and counting by 2's and 5's. Included in this set is a missing numbers chart. CC:Math:1.NBT.A.1

• Five pages of Halloween pictures to find the differences and color by number. All differences are under 20.

• Color 6 circles.
• One to one-hundred easter egg counting tiles, color, to use with hundred easter egg counting board.
• 1 color and 1 black & white page
• Color 9 circles.
• Count groups of objects from four to six. Version 3.
• Count groups of objects from four to six. Version 2.
• Count groups of objects from two to four. Version 2.
• Count groups of objects from three to five. Version 2.
• Count groups of objects from five to seven. Version 2.
• "Circle the number of mice you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• Count groups of objects from three to five. Version 3.
• "Count the flowers. How many are there?" with dot-hinted answers.
• Colorful counting page. Count the shapes and find the correct answers. Common Core:ccounting & Cardinality CC: Math: K.CC.4

• Count groups of objects from two to four. Version 1.
• Count groups of objects from four to six. Version 1.
• Color, cut and paste the numbers in order on the puzzle board
• "Circle the number of turtles you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• Count groups of objects from five to seven. Version 3.
• Match the numerals to the correct number of teddy bears. (Open 4)
• Count groups of objects from three to five. Version 1.
• "Circle the number of horses you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• Count groups of objects from five to seven. Version 1.
• Match the words to the numerals.
• Color, cut and paste the numbers in order on the puzzle board
• Count groups of objects from one to three. Version 3.
• Count groups of objects from two to four. Version 3.
• "Count the flowers. How many are there?" Six pages of counting practice. Common Core: Math (Count to tell the number of objects) K.CC5
• Circle the number of pigs you see on each line. Counting up to 5.
• Match the number words to the numerals (open 4).
• "Circle the number of crabs you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• Match the numerals to the correct number of teddy bears.
• Count groups of objects from one to three. Version 2.
• Match the words to the correct number of teddy bears.
• Circle the number of ladybugs on the line. Counting up to 6.
• "Circle the number of elephants you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• Count the number of shapes in each group and write the total. With grayscale graphics.
• This worksheets shows how numbers can be reprsented visually as greater or least. Provides practice for placing numbers in correct order.

• Place the numbers in order from least to greatest. Visually represents how numbers can be classified.

• Color, cut and paste the numbers in order on the puzzle board
• This document visually represents how numbers can be classified as greater or least and provides practice for placing numbers in correct order.

• "Count the number of frogs you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• Count the number of shapes in each group and write the total. With grayscale graphics.
• Match the number word/numeral cards to themselves or to the bears.
• Color, cut and paste the numbers in order on the puzzle board
• Color 5 circles.
• Students draw lines between single digit numbers and the matching set of turtles and trace the number.
• Count the number of shapes in each group and write the total. With grayscale graphics.
• Five signs/posters that match our color version. Great for kids to color or to photocopy on colored paper.
• Count groups of objects from one to three.Version 1.
• Color, cut and paste the numbers in order on the puzzle board
• Students draw lines between single digit numbers and the matching set of dinosaurs and trace the number.
• "Circle the number of mice you see in each box." Counting up to 10.
• Color, cut and paste the numbers in order on the puzzle board
• Color 5 circles.
• Color, cut and paste the numbers in order on the puzzle board

• A first grade math unit with multiple activities. Includes telling time, graphing with tally marks, counting coins, in and out boxes, and adding sums up to 10.

• One hundred large, numbered, heart-shaped tiles to use with "Heart Counting Board. Printed on four pages. Tie-in to 100s day, Valentine's day.
• Count the number of shapes in each group and write the total.
• "Color the 1 blue." Follow the directions and color the numbered parts of this cute number bug!
• Use this form to record people's favorite ice cream flavors. Ten flavors are suggested and blank spaces are also included. Good tallying practice.
• Match the number word/numeral cards to themselves or to the bears.
• A set of seven different colored baskets are used to help student sort easter eggs by color. Includes a record sheet to record results and a bar graph to color.
• Students draw lines between single digit numbers and the matching set of apples and trace the number.
• Use candy hearts to create a pattern in each row. *candy hearts not included!
• Students draw lines between single digit numbers and the matching set of ghosts and trace the number.
• Students draw lines between single digit numbers and the matching set of pumpkins and trace the number.
• A chart filled to 110, some charts with random missing numbers and some charts with missing numbers to help practice skip counting (by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, and 10s).
• Count the number of shapes in each group and write the total.
• Color, cut and paste the numbers in order on the puzzle board
• Count the candy hearts. How many pink candy hearts? white candy hearts? Altogether? *candy hearts not included! Common Core: Math (Count to tell the number of objects) K.CC5

• Cut out the numbers 1-10 and paste them in numerical order on the puzzle board. Two pages. This set has hints.
• Cut out the numbers 1-10 and paste them in numerical order on the puzzle board. Two pages.
• Numerals 1 through 10, with a picture of a bird (or 2 birds, or 3...). These ten coloring pages are great for early number recognition.