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# Counting Worksheets for Pre-K and Early Elementary Students

Teach counting basics to your student or child with fun worksheets and activities on abcteach. Exercises include number recognition, matching, flashcards, money counting, shapebooks, and much more.

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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.