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# Counting Worksheets and Printables

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• This set includes ten counting cards with numerals and abcteach kid graphics (1 kid, 2 kids...).
• Practice number recognition (to 12), graphing and cooperation with this fun "fishing" activity.
• Students will find the answer on each of four colored pages of bar graphs and tallied information based on an Easter egg count.
• Students practice counting backwards in this fun game.
• Match the numbers to the watermelon seeds.
• Match the numbers to the watermelon seeds.
• Easy addition booklet with pictures. Write in the answer or use the optional set of answer cards for a cut and paste activity book. (Facts to 5)
• Easy coloring booklet for numbers 1-5.
• Number booklet with numbers 6-10 with pictures to color.
• Number booklet with text and pictures to color.
• 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.
• White math counters.
• Find the missing numbers from 1-20.
• Fill in the missing numbers from 1-20.
• Fill in the missing numbers from 1-20.
• Students trace the dotted numeral and then fill in the ten frame to represent the number. Counting practice and number recogniition.

• Roll the die and then record the coin shown on the face. Add the coin values. Three cubes for a range of games: pennies and nickels; pennies, nickels, and dimes; pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.
• Matching numbers to pictures.
• "I can count ten hearts!"
• Flashcards with the numeral and the word; six cards to a page. Use to teach number recognition, and to associate the numeral with the word. Print off two sets to create a memory game.
• Printable flashcards with colorful dandelions to show each number 1-10.

• Printable flashcards with dandelions in order from 1-10. Blank cards.

• Six pages, four cards per page. Includes some arithmetical symbols.
• Six pages, four cards to a page.
• Six pages, four cards to a page.
• Six pages, four cards per page.
• Six pages, four cards per page. Extras include multiples of 11 and 12, and symbols.
• Flashcards numbered 1-10 with a picture of snowman and snowflakes. Could be used as flashcards, matching, and/or number recognition.

• Flashcards numbered 1-10 with picture of a squirrel and acorns. Can be used as matching game or number recognition practice.

• A colorful board game where players make addition and subtraction equations with cards and count on or count back to solve equations. Includes game board, cards, and instructions for game play. Laminate for a fun, reusable classroom game.

• Practice writing words and numbers 0-10. Dotted with three-ruled-lines. Cute pencil to color.

• Handwriting practice in zb-style manuscript. Practice number words zero to ten. Includes cute pencil to color.

• Printable 10x10 board with squares numbered from 1-100. Use with hundred square activities and the 100th day of school. Use to teach addition and subtraction.
• One hundred large, color, numbered, heart-shaped tiles to use with "Heart Counting Board." Tie-in to Valentine's and 100s Day.
• Interactive flipchart where students count the number of pumpkins on each page using ten frames.

• Interactive template to show a number four different ways. Write the number, draw the number, show the number using a ten frame, and create an equation. Numbers 5-10.

• A set of cards with cups of hot cocoa numbered 1-10. Students can color and add marshmallows to match the number, or color and laminate for a reusable counting card set. Includes center sign, directions, and cards.

• Seven colorful math mats and cards for counting, sorting, and comparing numbers to 20, and counting to 100 by 1's and 10's. Printable manipulatives are included or you can use real items. CC: Math: K.CC.a.1-3, K.CC.b.4-5, K.CC.6-7

• Seven colorful math mats and cards for counting, sorting, and comparing numbers to 20, and counting to 100 by 1's and 10's. Printable manipulatives are included or you can use real items. CC: Math: K.CC.A.1-3, K.CC.B.4-5, K.CC.C.6-7

• Colorful counting page. Count the shapes and find the correct answers. Common Core:ccounting & Cardinality CC: Math: K.CC.4

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• 14 page addition practice with candy corns! Solve the addition problem by looking at the first two candy corns, what was added to the first candy to get the second number? Use that to solve for the rest.

• This document visually represents how numbers can be classified as greater or least and provides practice for placing numbers in correct order.

• Students draw lines between single digit numbers and the matching set of pumpkins and trace the number.
• 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 apples and trace the number.
• Students draw lines between single digit numbers and the matching set of turtles and trace the number.
• Students draw lines between single digit numbers and the matching set of dinosaurs and trace the number.
• Students identify flowers by their size. Great addition to spring, and flower learning centers.

• Count snowflakes and put the number shown on each window pane. Laminate for a fun, reusable folder game.

• A colorful folder game for 1-2 players. Count and place feathers on each turkey according to its number. Includes directions for game play and assembly, printable folder game boards, and feathers. Laminate for a fun, reusable classroom game.

• Booklet of Montessori golden bead place value blocks; count and add.
• A booklet of Montessori golden bead one counting blocks; count and add.
• A booklet of Montessori Golden Bead Blocks tens place value; count, add.
• A set of five worksheets of numbers from 20-0 with missing numbers to be written in spaces by students.
• 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.

• Four pumpkins to a page, with numbers 1-12. Includes minus, add, and equal signs. Room to draw pumpkin faces.
• This lesson is designed to help students begin counting while viewing objects in groups. Three sets of four; includes teaching suggestions and answer sheets.
• One page of simple addition with a snowflake theme.

• Dandelion ten frame set from 1-10, includes game board and markers. CC: Math: K.CC.B.4

• Cut out and paste together for a number line from 0 to 20.
• Whole numbers 0 to 50
• From 0 to 50; with odd numbers in blue and even numbers in red
• From -20 to 20
• From -20 to 20; negative numbers in red and positive numbers in blue.
• Cut out and paste together for a teddy bear number line from 0-10.
• Vocabulary cards with numerals and number words, a word unscramble, and writing practice for numbers one through ten.
• Vocabulary cards with numerals and number words; a crossword puzzle, word unscramble, word search; writing practice
• This penguin theme unit is a great way to practice counting and adding to ten. This 16 page unit includes, tracing numbers 1-10, counting in order, finding patterns, ten frame activity, in and out boxes and much more! CC: Math: K.CC.B.4

• Numerals 1 through 10, with a picture of a bird (or 2 birds, or 3...). These ten pages are great for early number recognition.
• Introduction to the concept, with several pages for practice. These are in color so you can make a transparency, but they will look fine in black and white for the students.
• [member-created with abctools] Trace and cut out. This train-shaped shapebook is a fun way for students to learn to count to 100 by 10s. Makes a great shapebook or bulletin board decoration.
• [member-created with abctools] Trace and cut out. This bear-shaped shapebook is a fun way for students to learn to count to 100 by 5s. Makes a great shapebook or bulletin board decoration.
• [member-created document] Trace and cut out. This shoe-shaped shapebook is a fun way for students to learn about counting by twos up to 50 or more (includes blank pages at end).
• [member-created document] Trace and cut out. This bird-shaped shapebook is a fun way for students to learn about counting by threes up to 60.
• [member-created using abctools] Match numerals with the number word. Easy matching game. Can be used on a bulletin board.
• [created with abctools] Number words and numerals zero through nine. One number per house, four houses per page.
• Five signs/posters that match our color version. Great for kids to color or to photocopy on colored paper.
• Five colorful posters with number and picture. Great for early childhood rooms.

• Five signs/posters that match our color version. Great for kids to color or to photocopy on colored paper.
• Five colorful signs with numbers and pictures.
• 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.
• Use this form to record people's favorite ice cream flavors. Ten flavors are suggested and blank spaces are also included. Good tallying practice.
• 11 page booklet using ten frames to count. Students can use real candy corns to complete the ten frame. Includes addition problems.

• From "one" to "million". These vocabulary building word strips are great for word walls.
• Count the number of shapes in each group and write the total.
• Count the number of shapes in each group and write the total.
• Count the number of shapes in each group and write the total. With grayscale graphics.
• Count the number of shapes in each group and write the total. With grayscale graphics.
• Count the number of shapes in each group and write the total. With grayscale graphics.
• "Color the 1 blue." Follow the directions and color the numbered parts of this cute number bug!
• Color 5 circles.
• Color 5 circles.
• Count groups of objects from one to three.Version 1.
• Count groups of objects from one to three. Version 2.
• Count groups of objects from one to three. Version 3.
• Count groups of objects from two to four. Version 3.
• Count groups of objects from two to four. Version 1.
• Count groups of objects from two to four. Version 2.
• Count groups of objects from three to five. Version 1.
• Count groups of objects from three to five. Version 2.
• Count groups of objects from three to five. Version 3.
• Count groups of objects from four to six. Version 1.
• Count groups of objects from four to six. Version 2.
• Count groups of objects from four to six. Version 3.
• Count groups of objects from five to seven. Version 1.
• Count groups of objects from five to seven. Version 2.
• Count groups of objects from five to seven. Version 3.
• "Circle the number of crabs you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• "Circle the number of elephants you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• "Count the number of frogs you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• Count the pictures of hamburgers to find out how many hamburgers hungry Harry ate.
• "Circle the number of horses you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• Circle the number of ladybugs on the line. Counting up to 6.
• "Circle the number of mice you see in each box." Counting up to 10.
• "Circle the number of mice you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• Circle the number of pigs you see on each line. Counting up to 5.
• Updated: Count the number of colorful shapes in each box.

• Count the shapes in the box and circle the correct number.

• "Circle the number of turtles you see on each line." Counting up to 5.
• "Count the circus animals. Write the numbers on the line." To 3.
• How many chicks? Circle the correct number. Common Core: Math (Count to tell the number of objects) K.CC5
• "Trace the one. Color one ladybug."
• "Trace the two. Color 2 ice cream cones."
• "Trace the 2. Color 2 stars."
• "Trace the 3. Color 3 chicks."
• "Trace the 5. Color five ladybugs."
• Practice inequalities with a medieval theme.
• Match the apples to the correct numeral.
• Practice counting by twos, fives, and tens.
• 3 tens = 30; 1 ten + 3 tens = X tens; 2 worksheets. Common Core: 1.NBT.1, 2.NBT.2
• 4 pages: 3 tens =; 4 ___ = 40, etc. This set is a good introduction to place value. Common Core: 1.NBT.1, 2.NBT.2
• 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).