Counting using one-to-one representation is a great way to develop a child's number sense. Use objects, pictures and images to help counting beyond the fingers. This worksheet uses everyday objects to practice counting. It encourages children to find the correct number and count forward. Give it a try!
Let your kids use the picture as a guide and count from 70 to 100 to complete an ox pulling a wagon. As a comprehension check, have them answer the related question using words from the word bank. This dot-to-dot worksheet is a great way to assess their number reasoning and counting forward skills.
Kids will love connecting the dots to make a superhero skyline! They'll reinforce their number line thinking and number sense while building fine-motor skills. Watch them beam with pride as the cityscape reveals itself, all thanks to some math practice.
Your math learners can explore the School of Magic with this worksheet. They'll read equations with addition and subtraction numbers under 20, count back and forth to find the answer, then complete the counting sentences. Fun pictures and easy accuracy make it an enjoyable and successful learning experience.
This fun and inviting PDF worksheet gives young math students the opportunity to visualize counting back. They'll trace their way backward from 20 to 10 and help the pirate find his treasure, while also working on fine motor skills. Building foundational math skills like this is vital, so don't miss out on this colorful and inviting activity.