Practice number recognition skills with these printable worksheets. One activity sheet for each number from 1 to 20.
Looking for a fun way to practice number identification? These free printable worksheets are a great way to practice counting, number writing, and build basic skills.
These count, color, and write number worksheets are perfect for young learners in preschool and kindergarten.
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20 Unique Designs each featuring a nature theme: trees, leaves, acorns, and birds. Fun worksheets to get your kids practicing number sense.
How to Print
Simply click the button below the image to bring up a PDF version of the worksheet. Print off just one or the whole set!
Skills to Practice
- One-to-One Correspondence
You can use these sheets as part of a math center or as independent practice. Practicing one-to-one correspondence takes time and practice.
Prior to coloring, you can have your child point to each picture as they count each one. This is a great way to practice counting skills.
- Writing Numbers
At the bottom of each worksheet there is a number to color and one to trace. Then within the boxes your kids can practicing writing the correct number three times.
Related Resource: 0-20 Number Formation Cards
- Number Sense
Each worksheet focuses on only one number. This lets your kids practice counting, saying, tracing, and writing one number at a time. On each sheet kids can count the total number of objects.
- Fine Motor Skills
Not only is coloring fun, but its a great way to practice fine motor skills. As your child colors in each object they are practicing holding a writing utensil and using it properly. They can even strengthen handwriting skills when writing each number on the sheet.
PDF Number Worksheets
A great way to use these number recognition worksheets is to space them out over several days. You can even do one sheet per day.
Of course, the goal is not to color each image perfectly. Coloring small details take a lot of practice and is hard for young learners.
- Kids can even use a stamp or dot marker to mark off each image instead of coloring in each one.
Pair them with additional hands-on sorting and classification activities to get kids practicing these important skills in different ways.
Little ones can use markers, crayons, or any other art supply to fill in these sheets. Color them inside or take them outside for a nature inspired math lesson!
Who says learning math has to be boring? These printable activities make exploring numbers 1-20 fun and exciting!
Number 1-20 Flashcards: free printable flashcards to use when exploring numbers with your kids.
Dot to Dot Worksheets: Complete the picture on these 1-20 dot to dot worksheets. A fun way to practice counting and number order with young children! Leaf designs which pair well with these nature themed sheets.
Count and Write Numbers 1-10: Looking for more counting worksheets? Kindergarten students can practice counting and writing with these number tracing worksheets. Insect themed for a young bug enthusiast!
Tens and Ones Place Value Charts: Ready to explore place value with your kids? These tens and ones charts are great for young learners.
These free printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these number recognition worksheets are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure.
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