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Counting Worksheets and Printables

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• 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.