Counting Worksheets and Printables

Counting may seem easy to adults, but for young children, it's serious work that challenges their number recognition skills, one-to-one correspondence, and memory. These counting worksheets can help your little one as he learns to count little by little.
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First Grade Trivia First Grade Trivia These first grade quiz cards are a mix between flash cards, and on-the-go quizzes.
Counting by Twos: Lucy's Ladders Counting by Twos: Lucy's Ladders Is your young math star climbing the ladder to the top of his class?
Even Numbers: 30-90 Even Numbers: 30-90 To complete this worksheet, your child will write the missing numbers in the spaces from 30 to 90.
Sorting Odd and Even Numbers Sorting Odd and Even Numbers Tommy needs help sorting his ping pong balls.
Fill in the Missing Train Numbers Fill in the Missing Train Numbers This worksheet will give your child practice counting with numbers in the sixties by filling in the missing numbers on this train.
Connect the Dots: Practice Skip Counting by Fives Connect the Dots: Practice Skip Counting by Fives Children skip count by fives to connect the dots and discover the hidden picture.
Odd Numbers: 1-71 Odd Numbers: 1-71 Odd numbers, even numbers: What's the difference?
Grouping Objects: Odd and Even Numbers Grouping Objects: Odd and Even Numbers One potato, two potato, three potato, four!
Too Many Oranges Too Many Oranges Are there too many Oranges? Estimation is an important skill in math and in life.
Halloween Maze: Even Numbers Halloween Maze: Even Numbers Follow the even numbers out of this scary graveyard!
Connect the Dots: Home Connect the Dots: Home Practice counting numbers with this fun dot-to-dot activity where you can complete and color the picture of the home.
Chameleon Connect the Dots Chameleon Connect the Dots Simply connect the dots to complete the picture of the crawling chameleon.
Fish Connect the Dots Fish Connect the Dots Practice counting by connecting the dots from 1 to 33 to complete the picture of the fish.
Count 'Em Up: Bell Pepper Addition Count 'Em Up: Bell Pepper Addition This veggie-filled addition worksheet boosts kids' confidence with addition by getting them to verify their answers.
Connect the Dots: Practice Skip Counting by Twos Connect the Dots: Practice Skip Counting by Twos In this worksheet, children skip count by two to connect the dots and discover the hidden picture.
Fill in the Missing Race Car Numbers Fill in the Missing Race Car Numbers What is the fastest way to count cars? This worksheet will give your child practice counting in the forties by filling in the blanks of the cars.
Counting may seem easy to adults, but for young children, it's serious work that challenges their number recognition skills, one-to-one correspondence, and memory. These counting worksheets can help your little one as he learns to count little by little.