# Counting skills Worksheets for Ages 5-9

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## Underwater Creatures with Shells Worksheet

Teach your child about sea creatures with this vibrant PDF science worksheet! Comb through the colorful image to identify animals with shells; compare them to others and check them off. Let them know shells don't just wash up on beach, they serve as protection for sea creatures!
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## Leaf Bar Graph Worksheet

You can help your kids make learning easier and more enjoyable. While their teachers provide lessons and homework, you can take their education further. This worksheet can assist them in mastering bar charts. Count the leaves, then trace the correct line for each bar to complete the graph.
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## Aircraft Carrier Picture Graphs Worksheet

Kids love learning about jets and boats with this awesome worksheet! It's a great way to engage them as they work on picture graphs. Representing numerical values with pictures, this free PDF requires them to choose which picture graph and representation best match the carrier in the picture. It's also great practice for visual discrimination!
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## Woodpecker and Triangles Worksheet

Woodpeckers peck wood, and this printout helps kids learn about triangles. Ask your kindergartners to draw a triangle, then draw a line through the shapes that have a triangle in them to help the woodpecker get out of the maze.
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## Help Sarah Be on Time! Worksheet

Humans are social creatures and need to be punctual for things to run smoothly. For instance, a meeting with a friend requires a time to be agreed upon. Ask your kids what else needs to be punctual. Then, show them the worksheet and read the accompanying story. Get them to match clocks with the correct times.
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## How Many Triangles Worksheet

Kids will learn shapes as they explore new topics. Begin with circles, squares and triangles. With this worksheet, teach more about the triangle - three sides, three corners. Show your kids the many triangles drawn and help them count them. Encouraging them to identify and draw triangles is a great way to help them learn.
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## Help the Warthog Count the Grubs Worksheet

Test your kids' knowledge of wild animals. Ask them to name some they know, then have them identify the animals on this worksheet. If they can't, take the time to tell them the names. Finally, trace the warthog's path through the maze by solving the equations and going through paths that make 15.
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## Making 19 with Sports Worksheet

As kids grow, so does their learning. Help them master simple addition with four equations in the worksheet. By finding the missing numbers to make 19, and tracing a line to the answer, your kids will improve their math skills.
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## Finding 16 With Fossils Worksheet

Experts hunt for fossils, dig them up, and study them to learn more about past life forms - how they lived, what they looked like, and when they lived. Show kids the picture in this worksheet and point out the fossils. Help them count the bones and draw a line between the numbers that add up to 16 in each triangle.
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## 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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## Growing with 15 Worksheet

Remind your kids that adding different sets of numbers can give the same total (e.g. 2+3=5, 4+1=5). Test their understanding by asking them for more examples. Move onto the worksheet: count objects, then trace the line to the number making a total of 15.
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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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## 10 Dimes Worksheet

Get your students ready for the task by asking them to count as high as they can. Familiar objects are stacked in groups. Look at the picture and help them count the dimes. Circle the groups of 10. This worksheet will help kindergartners practice counting up to and recognizing 10 dimes.
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## Count and Write 10 Worksheet

Help your child succeed by teaching them numbers! They should already know their 1,2,3s before their first day of school. This worksheet will give them the practice they need to write and count to 10. Get them to count and circle the 10 crayons, then trace the number 10. It's a great way to help them understand numbers and get a head start.
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## Ten Spots Worksheet

Kids love ladybugs! Ask them to tell you what stands out most--the spots. Show them a picture and help them count the spots. Trace a line to the group with 10 spots for a fun counting lesson.
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## Find 10 Barrels Worksheet

Help your kids learn to count with 1, 2 and 3, then progress to tens and hundreds. Supplied with educational materials and colorful worksheets, they'll be counting as high as they can. Together, count the barrels on the trucks in the printout and encourage them to circle the ones with 10 barrels.
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## Line up the Tigers Worksheet

Give your preschoolers the right tools to succeed in math. Show them pictures of animals, then have them count the stripes and check the box that shows the tigers lined up in the right order. This will help them understand and make their journey easier.
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## 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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Let your kids have fun identifying pictures in their worksheet. Read word sentences to them and help them turn them into number problems. Then, get them to trace the lines to match the problem and the number sentence with the picture. They’ll love it, especially if they love cookies!
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This tracing sheet is great for kids to work on math skills and have fun too. Read the word problems to them, then help them trace the dotted lines to match the problem and number sentence to a picture. Not only is it educational, it's beautiful too - your kids will love learning about butterflies!
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## Adding in the Arctic Worksheet

Introduce your kids to the Arctic with this worksheet. Let them look at the pictures, teach them the name of the animals, and help them add up the correct number. Ask your kids to tell you some of the animals found there and what the weather is like. It's a fun and educational way to learn more about the Arctic.
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## Adding Fruit at the Picnic Worksheet

Picnics are a great way for the family to enjoy a fun day in the sun! Get your kids involved by having them help load the picnic basket and do this worksheet to practice their math skills while they get ready. Identify the fruits in the picture, add them up, and circle the correct answer.
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## Build up to 12 Worksheet

Love eggs? Kids can identify them in the picture in this worksheet. We need to add numbers to make 12. Look at the picture and see how many eggs are needed. Check the correct number box. Breakfast or baking, eggs are essential!
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