# Counting

Learning to count can be fun and challenging at the same time. Practice makes perfect in keeping those numbers in the right order. You'll find plenty of worksheets and other fun resources here for plenty of that needed practice.
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Count to 3: These 10 worksheets start at the very beginning - counting to 3! Kids count, cut, glue, color and use some manipulatives to practice the basic skills of beginning counting, matching, and one-to-one-correspondence.

Counting Objects up to 10: This set of 9 creative worksheets has four sets per page. Each set has a different number of objects between 1 and 10. Themes include fall leaves, alien invasion, let's go on a picnic, bathtub toys and more!

Counting to 20: These 10 worksheets are actually for counting teen numbers of 11 to 20. Themes include seashells and sand dollars, bears, spiders, fish and more! Each page has four sets that are targeted for a specific teen number.

Count to 10 with a Dash of Fun!: This set of 12 worksheets takes counting to the next level. Take out the craft items 'cause you'll need them for these pages. Count to 10 by coloring, cutting, gluing, and sticking. You'll need yarn, jewels, crayons, scissors, googly eyes, beans, and more. Have a truckload of fun!

Number Order: In these worksheets kids fill in the missing numbers in the correct number order, but they don't all start with one. Then the coloring fun begins! Color in a pattern. :)

Kindergarten Counting - Shapes: In these 10 counting worksheets kids count the shapes and write the numbers on the lines. For even more math practice have them name the shapes!

Counting to 10 Worksheets: These targeted counting worksheets are tons of fun! Each of these 20 worksheets has four sets and targets one number. Look for the fun themes like Hooray for Feet, Things that Fly, Ice Cream Dreams, and more!

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Simple Addition: Count the objects in these simple addition worksheets and write the numerals on the lines. Sums up to 10.

Yummy, yummy Valentines! A fun counting Valentine's Day worksheet. Instead of "Who took the cookie from the cookie jar?" we should be singing, "Who took the candy from the candy box?"! Please check out this page for more Valentine's Day worksheets for kindergarten.

Check out my Counting Objects worksheets - There are some fun themes for counting to 10 like this one - going on a picnic. Watch out for the ants!

Adding 1 Worksheets: Great set of worksheets to reinforce that adding one more object is as easy as counting up to the next number.

Missing Numbers 1-10: Kids fill in the missing numbers as they count to ten.

Subtraction Flash Cards: These 14 sets of subtraction flash cards are specifically for the facts between 0-5. They come in all kinds of different colors and in black and white, too! One set for each number between 0 and 5, and a complete set with all numbers between 0 and 5. Eight cards per page.

Addition Problems: This set of worksheets starts out by adding smaller numbers with 10 problems per page and works up to sums of 10 with 20 problems per page. Have fun adding!

Equal Sets Worksheets: Check out these equal sets worksheets! Kids decide if a set of objects is equal to another set of objects. Great counting practice, too!

Number Cards Matching Game - Great for learning numbers 1-20 in numerical form and written form, and so many other ways. Print out each page as seen above, then cut apart into individual cards.

Valentine's Day presents a good opportunity to do some graphing. Colorful conversation hearts present the perfect objects to graph. Use the real thing (the candy) or the cards provided with this Valentine's Day worksheet set.

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