Kindergarten Common Core- (math common core) This is both math and language arts because it has the number, word, and manipulative in order for the kids to learn the look of the number from all perspective. I would have these to at least number twenty.
Kindergarten Common Core Math Practice- Counting and Cardinality
This packet has 26 printable pages to allow students to practice the standards in the COUNTING and CARDINALITY domain of the Kindergarten Common Core Standards. The activities focus on the following content and skills: counting to 100, counting to 100 by tens, recognizing numbers from 0 to 20, writing numbers from 0 to 20, counting sets to 20, matching sets with numerals from 0 to 20, identifying the set with more, identifying the set with less, and determining which numeral is greater. $
FREEBIE: The common core standard K.NBT is for students to work with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value. This can be tricky for kids who are just learning to count one to one objects. I suggest practicing this with real objects like unifix cubes and doing a lot of hands on modeling before giving students these practice sheets from Teacher Laura.