In this counting and identifying numbers worksheet, students answer 9 questions where they first circle 10 dots then count on from 10 to identify and write the number of dots pictured.
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Putting Numbers in Order, Numbers up to 100
Party with number balloons! Young learners study four groups of illustrated balloons with numbers on them, and write the numbers in sequence from smallest to greatest, or greatest to smallest. For extra fun, have them color the balloons...
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As young scholars begin connecting numbers with values, help them grasp this concept with sets of objects like these. They examine five sets (up to 15 in number) and match each to a corresponding digit. Then, they draw a set of their own...
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Looking for addition practice problems? You've found them! This worksheet features 30 double-digit addend equations and three examples to guide young mathematicians. Because they incorporate carrying for almost every problem, this may be...
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Put these big numbers in order! Fourth graders review the example at the top of the page before putting 16 sets of 4-digit numbers in order from smallest to largest. You can cut the three sections of problems into strips of paper for...
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