# Hand-eye Coordination Worksheets for Ages 4-7

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## Find the Curved Lines! Worksheet

Help your child build their writing skills by having them trace words and practice with exercises. This worksheet helps them identify and draw curved lines. There are seven curved lines among nine shapes and lines. Ask your child to spot the curved lines and circle them.
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## Making Shapes with Shapes Worksheet

Help your kindergartners identify shapes with this simple worksheet. Examine the shapes on the left and have them circle the one they can make from the parts in the picture. Shapes can be tricky, but this exercise will help clear up any confusion.
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## Trace and Draw More Shapes Worksheet

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## 14 in School Worksheet

Remind your kids that adding different sets of numbers can give the same total (e.g. 2+3=5, 4+1=5). Ask them for more examples. Afterwards, work through the exercise. Help them count the objects and trace a line to the missing number that makes the total 14.
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## Ten Pins is a Strike Worksheet

Show your kids the picture and ask them to identify the objects. Explain that bowling is a leisure game played with a ball and pins. Count the pins and have them circle groups of ten. This worksheet will make learning fun and easy, as your children already know the objects.
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## Write 0 Worksheet

Help your children become number pros! This worksheet will give them the edge they need to count, while also helping them practice writing the number 0. Have them find the 0s in the printout, then trace them. It's a great way to build a math foundation and get them ready to succeed with more advanced math concepts.
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## Police Subtraction Worksheet

Police protect citizens and do more in the community. Kids can learn numbers with this math worksheet: two subtraction problems in the downloadable PDF. Read the problems with your kids, then check the box next to the number sentences that are correct.
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## Eight Geese Worksheet

Assess your child's counting skills with this worksheet. Help them count the geese in each group, then trace a line from the groups showing 8. Give your kids a boost by providing lots of exercises and learning aids to help with counting. They likely count objects they come across, like spoons and stones. Use this opportunity to give them practice and help them learn.
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## Counting at the Pond Worksheet

Ask your kids what they see in the picture. Can they identify the animal? Where does it live, what does it eat and what sound does it make? These questions will help get them in the math mood. Help them count the eggs, tadpoles and frogs, then check the answer.
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## Matching 3-2 Worksheet

Subitizing is the ability to quickly identify sets of items without counting. It's a key skill for young learners to cultivate number sense. This worksheet takes it further, with 3-2=1 number sentences. Look at the sets of counters with slashes to decide which illustrate the sentence. Draw a line from the sentence in the middle to the right images to finish the page!
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## Adding up With Water Worksheet

Ask your kids to name different kinds of weather and what it's like outside now. Then, help them solve the number sentences on the worksheet by tracing the dotted line to the correct total.
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## 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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## Counting Seedlings Worksheet

Understanding math word problems is key. Multiple steps can prove challenging - this free worksheet provides one-to-one picture representation to help kids solve multi-step addition word problems. Strengthen addition skills by choosing the matching picture to the answer.
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## Counting to 4 and 5: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Counting correctly is essential for your little one. Make it fun by counting common objects or items they love. This worksheet includes chocolate chips - help them count then draw a line to connect them. Then draw a line between the number and the matching chip. They'll love it!
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## Countdown from 5 Worksheet

Encourage your kids to help Mama Bear find her way to her den! Ask them to count down from 5 to 1 and draw a line through the groups of berries on the path. Point them to the picture of the friendly bears. A fun and safe way to enjoy these cute animals!
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## Fairy Tales Maze Worksheet

Kids love mazes and fairy tales, so this free worksheet is a great way to help teach young readers about familiar topics. They'll join Bella and use the traceable lines to travel through different reading genres, and find their way to the library for a nice reward!
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## Tracing and Spacing: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Download this coloring page to help your child learn about animals' camouflage. Trace the pattern with a pencil, then use crayons or markers to color the fish like the example. Read the accompanying paragraph to learn why some animals blend in with their environment. Encourage your child to look closely and match details in the pattern.
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## Sidewalk Counting Worksheet

Counting is a vital math skill, helping kids with addition and improving their speed when solving math problems. Let them practice with this fun sidewalk counting worksheet: have them take a walk and fill in the next number in the sequence as they count.
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## Counting Forward On the Farm Worksheet

Help your child practice counting with this fun worksheet. Have them help a farmer feed the right animal by counting on from a starting point. This activity will help them build number line thinking and refine fine motor skills.
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## Trace The Circles Worksheet

Preschoolers and kindergarteners love learning shapes! This worksheet provides practice in naming and tracing circles. Students say "circle" each time they trace one. It's a fun way to help kids learn math vocabulary and develop fine motor skills. Enjoy this printable and get ready to master circles!
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## Night Sky Counting Worksheet

Twinkle, little star! Counting is fun with this Night Sky worksheet. Kids use colorful pictures and basic counting skills to match numerals with their corresponding group of items. It's a great way to let them practice number sense and one-to-one representation while having fun!
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## Numbers 1, 2 and 3: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Introduce your young student to some new friends! With traceable lines and adorable pictures, they'll practice matching numbers and pictures while strengthening number and counting skills. They'll also work on their fine-motor ability, but they'll just think they're having fun with loopy lines.
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## Numbers 1, 2 and 3: Assessment 1 Worksheet

This bright and colorful numbers assessment worksheet is a great way to assess your child's numeracy skills. It provides a sweet treat for them, and helps them recognise 1, 2 or 3 objects. One-to-one representation is key for foundational math skills, and this PDF helps your child build these essential skills.
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## Tracing Fun Worksheet

Believe it or not, good handwriting helps with reading! Starting at the top left and writing legibly builds reading skills. This free worksheet helps little learners practice basic sight words. Red dots show them where to start and the words provide reinforcement without them realising. An enjoyable way to boost their reading and writing.
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