This worksheet opens the collection of number worksheets for preschoolers. Let's learn numbers together.
When there’s nothing yet or nothing left you say "zero". Although there stands nothing behind the word, it’s still vitally important for learning numbers and maths, isn’t it? So let’s first have a look at a puppy basket with no puppies in it (don’t worry, they are not gone, just waiting for you in further exercises) and then practice writing the number. After that find out which puppies have some spots and which are spotless. And finally revise spelling letters through writing "ZERO" (tracing lines will help, of course).
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Learning to write numbers can be easy and fun. Make sure with this new number worksheet.
Being alone isn’t fun until you’re one. This number is used to being on its own, still it’s very friendly, so let’s get to know it better. Practice counting, try tracing and writing. Then have a look at a picture where a fisherman is waiting in his boat for a fish – they are swimming under the boat, all having numbers on them – circle the ones that have "1" on their sides. To sum up practice tracing and writing letters that comprise the number – trace the word "one" and revise spelling by the way.
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If you ask how to teach numbers to preschoolers, we say "teach them with fun!" Use your imagination so that learning numbers became an interesting and useful activity for you and your kids.
Have a look at the picture – count the two chicks. Now trace and write the number several times. Make sure it looks as good as at the example. There is an entire farm in the next picture. Among these sheep, pigs, ducks, kittens and horses circle the groups of two. Finally trace the word "two" carefully.
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