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.
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.
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.
This little triceratops is here to help kids learn to count! Dinosaurs lived long before us and we've never seen one alive, but through research, we know a lot about them. Let the dinosaur help trace on the line from 1 to 9 for a fun counting practice.
Teach your kids to count proficiently with fun exercises and everyday objects. In this worksheet, assist your kid in counting sharks in the ocean and checking the box next to the group that has 9. This activity will help build a strong foundation for addition and subtraction later on.