# Counting skills Extra Challenge Numbers Worksheets for Ages 7-9

Boost your child's counting skills with our Extra Challenge Numbers Worksheets designed specifically for ages 7-9! These engaging worksheets offer a variety of fun and educational exercises that encourage mastery of counting concepts beyond the basics. From counting by skip and grouping to word problems that involve real-life applications, your child will build confidence while developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Ideal for reinforcing classroom learning or for extra practice at home, these worksheets help young learners tackle challenging numerical tasks with ease. Get started today to support your child’s mathematical journey and set them on the path to success!

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## Green Digit Value Worksheet

Math can be stressful for kids. But you can help relieve their anxiety with this simple worksheet. It gives them practice to help them prepare for tougher tasks. Have your child look at the numbers and green digit, then trace the dotted lines to match the green digit with its value in base ten blocks. This will help make math more manageable.
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## Making a Graph: Creepy Crawlies Worksheet

Let your little math whiz create a graph with this free PDF worksheet. They can count and sort the creepy-crawlies, checking off the correct number of boxes for each type. This engaging activity will help them hone their visual discrimination skills while efficiently organizing data.
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## Learning to Write 1 Worksheet

Learning to write numbers can be easy and fun! Get this new number worksheet to help your child excel. Practice counting, tracing and writing the number “one”, then circle the fish with “1” on them. Revise spelling and have fun! Get more tracing numbers worksheets at Kids Academy and enjoy the learning process.
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## Picture Graphs: Colorful Balloons Worksheet

Kids love balloons at parties! Now you can use them to review graphs and math with this worksheet. View the balloons and count how many of each color, then answer the questions to complete math problems and report important details. Bring joy to your child's studies and make learning fun!
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## Making a Graph: Flowers Worksheet

Kids will love this engaging PDF graph. They'll count flowers and use checkmarks to represent the number on the graph, tangibly seeing the differences in an organized way they contributed to. All while developing their number representation and concrete number sense skills without even realizing it!
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## A Hundred Pineapples Worksheet

Can your child count in tens? Show them how to count 100 boxes in stacks of tens. A worksheet can help them understand the concept. Ask them to count boxes of pineapples in stacks of tens and circle the truck with 100 pineapples.
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## Missing Numbers Worksheet

Elementary students can learn the important pre-algebra skill of solving for missing numbers! Our robots guide them along with number-filled bellies and missing answers in their hands. Kids can examine the other numbers in each graph, use the rule to solve the missing number, and check their work with the missing number to ensure correctness.
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## Teaching Children to Write Number 4 Worksheet

Count the pieces of the puzzle - there are four. Trace the number and write it. Circle the animals with four feet. Trace the word "four" too. Kids Academy offers tracing numbers worksheets for preschoolers, making studies easy and effective.
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## Garden Counting Worksheet

Help Paul count his fruit! Look at each type and count the total; check the box with the right number. Answer the questions below to report your findings and the types of fruit. Let's help Paul count his delicious harvest!
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## Number 1 Printable

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but this coloring page can keep your child and the preschool teacher happy, too! Teach them to recognize numeracy with this cute page, featuring number 1!
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## Counting Tens and Ones: Part 2 Worksheet

Adding two-digit numbers can be tough for kids. It's essential to give them a strong foundation of numeracy and math, not just teaching them to add. Use longs and cubes to help them get a visual grasp of place value and addition. This fun worksheet can help your child take their skills to the next level, with problems featuring larger numbers.
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## Fish Bowl Numbers Worksheet

Let your kids count and color with this fun exercise! Ask them to read out the numbers in the fish bowl in order, then help them pick out colors for the fish bowl and numbers. An easy-peasy activity for kids who can count - they'll have lots of fun!
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Learning Skills

Parents and teachers should care about counting skills in children aged 7-9 because these foundational skills are integral to overall mathematical understanding and practical life applications. At this age, children are transitioning from basic counting to more complex math concepts, such as addition, subtraction, and even multiplication. Mastery of counting helps them develop number sense, enabling them to understand the relationships between numbers, which is vital for future mathematical problem-solving.

Additionally, counting skills foster cognitive development, improving critical thinking and analytical abilities. By engaging in counting activities and extra challenges, children enhance their concentration and memory, setting the stage for more advanced math learning.

The engagement in counting challenges also promotes a growth mindset. When children tackle more complex counting tasks, they learn perseverance. Teachers can incorporate these activities into the curriculum to make learning fun and interactive.

Furthermore, as parents encourage counting at home, they strengthen the bonding experience, combining learning with play. This support can reinforce concepts and make a lasting impression on children's educational journey. Ultimately, nurturing counting skills not only prepares children for academic success but also equips them with essential life skills they will utilize far beyond the classroom.