Counting blocks or counting coins, counting cookies or candies, our printable counting worksheets teeming with adequate practice should be your pick if understanding cardinalities of small sets of objects is on your mind. Get preschool through grade 5 kids counting a few objects to help them know that the last number counted is equal to the quantity of the set. Add to their subitizing skills using manipulatives, relate counting to real world with quantitative word problems, count and produce sets of given sizes, and juggle between estimation and exact count. Try our free counting worksheets for a sneak-peek into what lies in store.
List of Counting Worksheets
- Counting to 5
- Counting to 10
- Counting to 20
- Sort and Count
- Word Problems on Counting
- Skip Counting
- Counting Backward
- Counting with Base-10 Blocks
- Counting Using Tally Marks
Explore the Counting Worksheets in Detail
Hardwired into the brain, basic counting comes naturally. Preschool and kindergarten kids try their hands at counting objects with our pdfs, and understand that the last number name tells the number of objects.
Making a connection between "how many there are" and the number, and building skills in recognizing the number of objects without counting are the objectives of our printable counting worksheets.
Development of subitizing skills is at its best with these counting worksheet pdfs. It is the practice that counts when it comes to skills in counting and cardinality, and there'll be no dearth of it!
Doubling concepts equates to doubling the fun. Categorizing is an important skill, and when it comes along with counting, it adds a feather to the cap. Kids get to sort objects, classify, and then count them.
Counting is ubiquitous! Counting candies and cookies, or trees and butterflies, or be it counting money at the supermarket, you do it everywhere. Kids in grades up to 5 prove their mettle in counting with our real-life scenarios.
Counting is much more than 1, 2, 3! Awash with intriguing forward counting exercises, these worksheets get your little ones in kindergarten through grade 4 to practice the skills necessary to lay a strong foundation to multiplication.
This stock of printable counting worksheets acts as a bridge and propels kids toward subtraction. With a variety of engaging exercises to reverse skip count, these pdfs are a perfect blend of fun and learning.
Break away from the humdrum and add an extra-ordinary charm to your 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids' counting practice, as they visualize counting with base-10 manipulatives: units, rods, flats, and cubes.
Let's get back in time, and count like our ancestors did! Pique the minds of kids in grade 3 as they learn to draw tally marks to represent objects and count them. They also get to read and interpret tally marks.
Making groups of tens and ones to count objects, quickens the process. Kids in kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 count the sticks in bundles and the individual sticks to bolster their place value skills.
The penny, nickel, dime, quarter, and the dollar bills have set out to test the counting skills of your kids. Our pdfs get your little bankers counting their coins and bills, and extend their counting skills to real-life scenarios.
How good are you at making quick guesses? How often are your guesses accurate? Figure out for yourself as you observe and estimate, count and check if your estimate and the actual count match.
Introduce your kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 kids to numbers with these visually appealing charts that develop number recognition skills in kids. Let them associate counting with cardinality with our printable charts.
Add a spark of joy with these pdfs that are sure to strike a chord with the kids. Color the pictures according to the color key to reveal the hidden image, and create amazing posters to display their number skills.
Up the fun quotient with this set of worksheets and watch your counting skills improve. Connect the numbers by counting forward, and watch the image take shape. Attempting to color the pictures will double the fun!