In this mathematical numbers learning exercise, learners count the 4 different objects in 4 rows and then write the total of each row on the lines provided.
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Learning 17 and 18 - Write the Numbers
As learners become familiar with counting, it's helpful to use worksheets like this one to focus on just a few numbers at a time. Scholars begin by tracing the numbers 17 and 18, then print each numeral once on their own. Next, they...
Pre-K - K Math CCSS: Designed
Counting: Connecting Pictures and Numbers
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...
K - 1st Math CCSS: Designed
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...
1st - 2nd Math CCSS: Designed