When your child begins their math journey, basic counting skills are a must. Practice makes perfect, just as it does in sports, and this downloadable PDF will let your child practice counting objects up to 7. Using one-to-one picture representation, they'll also work on their visual discrimination skills as they count baseballs, basketballs, footballs and tennis balls, and then choose the correct number of each represented from the given choices.
Mama chicken has laid some eggs, and this super fun and free worksheet is the perfect way to have your child help her count them! She needs to find the nest that has 7 of her eggs in them, and your child will love helping her out as they use one-to-one number representations to count and circle the nests that have seven eggs. Picture representation is the best way for young math stars to begin their counting and computation skills, and this free PDF makes it fast and fun!
When young math students are learning number sense, one-to-one representation is the way to go! Using pictures of letters for counting, this free worksheet will give your child the opportunity to connect the groups of letters with the appropriate numbers they represent. Using the traceable lines, they'll decide whether each group has 6 envelopes in it or 7, and they'll become more familiar with the numerical representation.
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