You will find several kinds and levels of printable counting worksheets for math including skip counting, flashcards, and charts!
Counting gets easier with practice. Kids practice counting naturally. They love to keep track of the number of things.The trick is to help them memorize the numbers in order. Repeat the 0-9 sequence often even if you're using 10-19, etc.
Children love to sing along with counting songs. So choose your favorite counting songs to use with these worksheets.
There are six worksheets in this next set:
You print. The kids practice. :-)
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These three worksheets script counting by halves and can teach your children how to write the numbers, fractions, and decimals.
You'd be surprised how much better children understand counting by halves when they say it out loud as they write it.
Copying these lines will take them through ten.
See more fractions and decimal worksheets here.
Your older kids can use these six counting worksheets to learn to spell the counting numbers from 1 to 100.
Great for Saxon Math and other Math curriculum.
See our multiplication page for multiplication charts and worksheets.
These printable counting flash cards help your children with their memory work.
Children remember the numbers better when they see them, touch them, say them, and hear them. We have three sets:
Print your children's favorites and let them color the kittens and puppies for more fun interaction.
Looking for a preschool or kindergarten activity?
Have your children color these kitten flash cards before they cut them. Coach as they carefully count the kittens one at a time.
I like to teach them to put their fingers on each kitten, yet leaving a pencil mark will be much better for the higher numbers and remembering which kittens were already counted.
Even better, have them color the kitties using these like counting worksheets.
Ooops! Each of the following images link to one page, but the last icon below has the full set. To print only the last page, you'll have to select the last page. Otherwise, print the whole set at once from the last kitten image below.
These puppies can be used as counting worksheets, too.
Print them on card stock to make flash cards or use paper for coloring pages.
A planner helps you plan which printables to use and when. At-A-Glance has my favorite academic planner for making lesson plans. Each day is like a list of things to do. Not finished today? Draw an arrow to tomorrow.
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The five page set below covers skip counting for the Multiplication tables 1 - 12.
You can also use a multiplication chart for skip counting, simply use the correct column in the chart.
This next set of worksheets covers skip counting for each number till 12.
Need a nice way to show counting without using pennies or beans that could be swallowed? These PDFs are ready to cut and count.
Don't have time or money to buy those alluring yet expensive math manipulative sets that you can get at Amazon?
Do you wish you had an alternative to printable Cuisenaire rods?
Try these printable manipulatives. Print them and get out the scissors!
Print these Math manipulatives to help children see counting by sets like skip counting.
Counting is easiest when we have Math manipulatives.
There has to be something to count before counting makes sense. It is easier when you move to skip counting, use blocks or sets that show the units in groups.
Note: You might have to tell some children to remove the white instead of cut out the blocks.
Some children will make unit blocks out of all of the sheets, especially if they cut the first worksheet before doing the others - which is pretty usual.
This is not a good job for super little children, so you might want to cut these for your kids. My favorite short cut is to use a mini paper cutter.
These printable 12 Days Of Christmas worksheets can be assigned one day at a time through the Christmas Season and bound as a Christmas coloring book. This is a lovely idea for teaching counting if you also teach the song.
Counting is a skill that we learn to do better and better through the first few years of school.
In Preschool we learn to count to ten.
In Kindergarten we learn to count to twenty or one hundred and we begin writing the numerals.
In First and Second Grade we learn addition which is fast counting, subtraction which undoes addition, and skip counting which prepares us for the idea of multiplication.
In Third and Fourth Grade multiplication makes counting even faster and division makes decimals and fractions.
Thank you for visiting our counting worksheets.
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