# Recognizing numbers Worksheets for Kids

Recognizing numbers worksheets are a valuable learning resource designed to assist children in developing their numerical skills. These worksheets present a wide range of activities and exercises that help children identify and recognize numbers quickly and accurately. By using these worksheets, children can improve their ability to read and understand numbers, enhancing their overall math skills.

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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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## Find The Difference Worksheet

Kindergarteners need to work out subtraction problems and get the right answers. To help them, point to the alien ship with '30' in it on the worksheet. Get them to follow a line to the equations with a difference of 30. Solving these simple subtraction problems will give the answers.
Find The Difference Worksheet
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## Adding up to 50: Page 56

Adding up to 50: Page 56
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Adding 2-digit Numbers: Page 1
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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.
Tens and Ones Worksheet
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## Adding up to 50: Page 36

Adding up to 50: Page 36
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## Free Place Value Worksheet

This Halloween-themed worksheet helps children practice converting equations to standard form and understand place value for better problem-solving. Download this free PDF for a fun way to do it!
Free Place Value Worksheet
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## Community Helpers: 1 less Worksheet

Look at this worksheet with your child and ask them to identify the different community helpers. Match them to the places where they work by drawing a line to finish the number sentence. This helps them identify the people that help keep the community organized and running smoothly. Examples of community helpers include doctors, police officers, firefighters, teachers, etc.
Community Helpers: 1 less Worksheet
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## Grade 1 Sight Words: May

Grade 1 Sight Words: May
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