Practice all ten numbers from 1-10 with these individual number worksheets. Insect themed math sheets are fun for kindergarten and preschool kids.
Simple number worksheets to reinforce numbers one through ten. Cute nature inspired designs to make learning math fun!
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I like to give my readers information about how they can use these worksheets with their kids. Use the table of contents below to jump to the different sections.
- Use for independent practice or has part of a guided math lesson
- Let kids count on their own, then count out loud together
- Use crayons or markers when tracing instead of a pencil
- Count plastic insects when using these sheets
Every child is different and has their own set of strengths. You know your child best. Modify the lesson that goes along with these printables to fit their needs.
Practice tracing and writing the number in numerical and word form. Then count each bug as you color in the picture. A fun way to practice writing and recognizing single digit numbers.
These printables are great for kids in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade. Or with any child who needs practice with numbers 1-10.
A great way to reinforce foundational math skills during the school year or as extra practice during the summer months!
Skills to Practice
- Number Sense
- Number Recognition
- Counting in the Correct Order
- Stating Number of Objects in a Group
- Fine Motor Skills
- Handwriting Practice
- Tracing Numbers 1-10
From number tracing to counting there are so many skills to practice using these sheets!
The great thing about these free counting worksheets is each page features only one number. This lets your child focus on one number at a time.
- Visually see how many units make up each number by coloring in the images
- Reinforce number recognition when coloring in the large number
- Trace then write each number in numerical and word form
As a guide, traceable numbers and number words are provided to get your child started. Tracing numbers is a fun way for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary aged kids to practice handwriting skills.
Fine Motor Skills
Through all of that coloring, counting, and writing your child is practicing fine motor skills. Encourage them to point to the different insects as they count each one.
You can even use hands-on manipulatives including plastic bugs along with these sheets. As your child practices each number, they can also count that same number using actual objects.
Get ready to explore numbers 0-20 with these additional math resouces!
- Shape BINGO
- Number Formation Cards 0-10
- Easy 1-10 Dot to Dot Worksheets
- Number Recognition Worksheets 1-20
These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only in your home, classroom, or public library. All of these free counting worksheets are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure.