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Counting Spider Eyes Worksheet
Counting Spider Eyes Worksheet

Counting Spider Eyes Worksheet

Did you know different spiders have different eye numbers? Kids will love learning this fact and solving the spider word problems on this free worksheet! Word problems promote a deeper understanding of the concept, plus they get to add up the spiders’ eyes while solving addition problems with more than one addend. Fun and math all in one!
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Practice Ordinal Numbers Worksheets PDF
Practice Ordinal Numbers Worksheets PDF

Ordinal Numbers: Let's Practice Numbers Printable

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18 Candles Worksheet
18 Candles Worksheet

18 Candles Worksheet

This worksheet is great for introducing your students to addition and subtraction. Help your kids solve the simple equations on it and draw a line from the birthday cake with 18 on it to all the solutions. Practice like this will prepare them to tackle more complex math problems.
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Counting Eggs Worksheet
Counting Eggs Worksheet

Counting Eggs Worksheet

This worksheet is great for teaching kindergarteners to count and add numbers. It includes colorful pictures of eggs with numbers to trace. Help students count the eggs and draw a line to the right number. This will make learning fun and easy!
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Help the Bee Find 16 Flowers Worksheet
Help the Bee Find 16 Flowers Worksheet

Help the Bee Find 16 Flowers Worksheet

Ask your students to count as high as they can. Show them that different numbers can equal the same figure with examples like 2+2=4 and 3+1=4. Ask for more examples, then help the bees find 16 flowers by checking the ways of making 16.
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