Numbers 11–20 Worksheets for Ages 4-8

Looking for engaging and educational math worksheets to help your child master numbers 11 through 20? Our Numbers 11–20 Worksheets for Ages 4-8 offer a variety of colorful, fun, and interactive activities designed to boost number recognition, sequencing, and counting skills. Each worksheet features charming illustrations and easy-to-follow exercises to keep young learners motivated and excited about practicing numbers. Perfect for both classroom use and at-home learning, these worksheets will help your child build a strong mathematical foundation in a playful and supportive environment. Explore our collection today and watch your child’s confidence in math grow!

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Counting Fun Worksheet

Math and fun can go hand-in-hand with this free PDF worksheet! Bright, colourful illustrations will activate your child's brain, as they count the red and yellow flowers. How many can you see? Count together and write down the total. Make learning and counting fun for your little ones!
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Ordering 11–20: Busy Bee Counting Worksheet

Help your child master counting from 11 to 20 with our connect the dot counting worksheet. Kids will have fun counting, drawing and problem-solving with this vibrant worksheet. With clear directions, adorable pictures and a sense of purpose, your child will develop crucial numeracy skills without even knowing it!
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Tricky Blocks Worksheet

Help your child count with this printable worksheet. You'll be able to explain the technicalities of each answer as you work together to count the boxes and choose the correct number in the spaces provided. This will help your child better understand the concept and will go faster than if they do it alone.
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Kindergarten Number Tracing: Counting in Charts Worksheet

Little learners can find big numbers tricky! Help them practice counting and build early math skills, like place value and addition, with this kindergarten number tracing PDF worksheet. Count the dots to solve the problem and trace each answer!
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Train Connect Dots Worksheet

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Counting Numbers Worksheet For Kindergarten

This worksheet is a great way to get your child practicing foundational math skills. With bright pictures to count, counting numbers just got a lot more fun! Get them ready for future math success and help them hone their early math skills.
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Tens and Ones Worksheet

Help your child make math fun with this worksheet! Count the blocks on both sides and enter the total in the box below the figures. This will help them overcome any math-related anxieties they might have and let them enjoy the learning process.
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Color the Nouns Worksheet

Test your child's understanding of nouns with this downloadable worksheet. Explain that nouns are words for people, places, animals and things. With the coloring sheet, read each word and color the corresponding picture. By the end of it, your child should be able to recognize common nouns.
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Ordering 11–20: Halloween Counting Worksheet

No matter the time of year, help your child get ready for Halloween with this worksheet. They'll practice counting from 11 to 20, recognizing numbers, and using a pencil to draw. By connecting the dots, they'll create a pumpkin picture, while unknowingly strengthening their early math skills. Print it today for an educational and fun experience!
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Place Value: Friendly Elves Worksheet

This fun worksheet teaches kids to count elves, answer questions about houses, and practice math! Look at the picture and count the elves in each house. How many are in the green and brown house? Tick the correct answer boxes. Perfect for young learners!
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Ordering 11–20: Chicken & Egg Dot–to–dot Worksheet

Help your child hatch the chick and practice their counting skills with this dot to dot worksheet – the chicken came first! Connect the dots 11-20 to have fun and learn at the same time. Experience meaningful practice and gain confidence while drawing great pictures.
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Counting with Base Ten Blocks Worksheet

Math has different levels and gets harder as your child progresses. Don't be surprised when they bring home an algebra worksheet! In this one, they will add 1 tens to varying numbers and fill in the total. This builds their understanding of base tens.
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Count with Clowns Worksheet

Math may not be a laughing matter, but this worksheet sure is! Download the PDF and get ready to count balls with the clowns! Your child will have a blast and learn how to count at the same time. It's an easy, fun way to practice math!
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Number Tracing Worksheet For Kindergarten

Help your child develop addition skills and improve number recognition with this easy-to-use worksheet. Have them count the dots and add to solve each problem. Then, trace over the number to complete each row! It's a fun and simple way for kindergarteners to practice their math skills.
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Number Tracing Worksheet

Kids learn math with counters and place value! This handy worksheet helps form a foundation for math skills and number sense! Have your child count the dots and trace the answers to the addition problems. It's a great way to support their math skills!
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Ordering 11–20: Dot–to–dot Seashell Printable

Connecting the dots 11 to 20 is rewarding for kids, helping them practice counting, identifying numbers and gain cognitive and logical skills. Our worksheet features a vibrant image of a seashell, crab and sea star, and your child will feel rewarded creating it while honing their counting skills!
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Learning Skills

Understanding numbers 11–20 is crucial for children aged 4-8 as it sets the foundation for advanced arithmetic and numeracy skills. This age range represents the early stages of a child's cognitive development where grasping basic mathematical concepts is pivotal.

Firstly, numbers 11–20 introduce children to the concept of place value, an essential building block in mathematics. For example, recognizing that the number 14 consists of 1 ten and 4 units helps children understand the decimal system.

Secondly, being comfortable with these numbers aids in the development of counting skills, which are fundamental for everyday activities such as following instructions, sorting objects, and even preparing for more complex problem-solving tasks.

Thirdly, early familiarity with these numbers boosts children’s confidence in handling larger numbers as they progress to more difficult math topics. It also prepares them for real-world applications like telling time and handling money, skills that are important for independence and daily functioning.

Finally, learning these numbers supports overall cognitive development, enhancing memory and processing skills. For parents and teachers, fostering a solid understanding of numbers 11-20 enables children to excel in future mathematical endeavors and nurtures a positive attitude towards learning.