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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Number 50: Less or More? Number 50: Less or More? To complete this worksheet your child will need to color the different numbers depending on whether they are more than, or less than 50.
Comparing Numbers: Dog Bones Comparing Numbers: Dog Bones 7 is equal to 8, true or false? Practice comparing numbers with this dog-themed math sheet.
Skip Counting by Fives Skip Counting by Fives 5, 10, 15, 20... What comes next?
Counting Money III Counting Money III How many coins does it take to buy these tempting toys?
Mega math maniacs get to know the basics of multiplication with these skip-counting dot-to-dots.
Skip Counting Dot-to-Dots Mega math maniacs get to know the basics of multiplication with these skip-counting dot-to-dots.
Counting Fruit: The Numbers 25 through 30 Counting Fruit: The Numbers 25 through 30 These bins of fruit are overflowing, but exactly how much is there?
Number Order: What Comes Between? Number Order: What Comes Between? Your kid is bound to have a blast solving these number sequencing riddles.
Counting Coins: Dimes Counting Coins: Dimes The little hands on this first grade math worksheet are full of dimes and ready to buy some fresh fruit!
Quizzy Question Cards Quizzy Question Cards This worksheet covers a broad set of knowledge including addition, time telling, reading, and science.
Skip Counting: Count by Twos! Skip Counting: Count by Twos! As your kid counts these groups of shoes by twos, she'll get a better handle on number sequence, too.
Counting Money Counting Money How many coins does it take to buy these kid-friendly items?
Counting to 100 Counting to 100 Give your kid a real challenge with this number chart that counts to 100!
Counting Fruit: The Numbers 20 through 25 Counting Fruit: The Numbers 20 through 25 There's far too much fruit for the grocer to count on her own!
Garden Graphing: Count and Color! Garden Graphing: Count and Color! Carrots, turnips and potatoes, oh my! Count how many of each vegetable our furry farmer picked and then fill in the graph for each vegetable.
Odd or Even? Odd or Even? Kids review odd and even numbers by circling them, then counting up how many they find.
Counting Coins to Get Ready for School Counting Coins to Get Ready for School There's a terrific sale on school supplies, and your kid is the first in line to stock up.
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.