Count by Estimation: Beginners Worksheets

Estimate and Count Worksheets for beginners consist of colorful sets of practice sheets that are exciting for children to work with. Students in grade 1 and grade 2 are tasked to first estimate and then count the objects. MCQs asked from themes are also included to understand the concept of estimation. Begin your practice with our free worksheets!

Estimate and Count: Beginners

In each printable estimation worksheet, estimate the number of objects and compare it with the actual count. Also identify the type of estimate (underestimate / overestimate).

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Estimate and Count: MCQ

Worksheets have MCQs given in three different interesting themes. Estimate the number of objects in each case.

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Estimating the Shaded Region

This set of 2nd grade pdf worksheets feature grids with colorful shaded areas. Estimate the number of shaded squares and compare it with the actual count.

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Compare and Estimate the Count: Level 1

Objects with two different quantities are shown. The estimate of one quantity is given and the other quantity is to be compared and estimated.

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Compare and Estimate the Count: Level 2

In these grade 2 estimation worksheet pdfs compare and estimate the quantity of objects shown in the picture without actually counting them.

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Estimation vs. Actual Count

Few objects are depicted in a group. 1st grade children need to estimate the quantity and also check the accuracy of their estimates by counting the objects.

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