# 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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Counting Coins in the Purse How much money is in each one of these coin purses?
Counting to 999 Challenge your little counter to a number race and zoom your way to 999!
Number Order Worksheet: Garden Path This number order worksheet gives your child great counting and number recognition practice.
Counting Coins at the Fruit Stand With all these fruits, a kid could make a mean fruit salad.
Fill in Missing Numbers Fill in the missing numbers and ride the roller coaster.This worksheet gives your child great counting practice and gets her familiar with some bigger numbers.
Count by 5's and Make it Through the Maze! Use your counting skills on this worksheet to count by 5's to find the right path and make it through the maze.
Counting Coins at the Farmers Market The farmers market has great food at great prices.
Number Order Learn number order in a clever new way with this fun early-math worksheet.
Hundreds Chart Challenge Has your little math whiz mastered the hundreds chart?
Skip Counting Practice Get ready for third grade times tables by practicing skip counting.
Missing Numbers: 1-100 Fill in the missing numbers on this hundreds chart, a great way for kids to review their counting skills.
Odd and Even Number Hidden Picture These odd and even numbers are all mixed up!
Number Order Encourage your kid to solve these number sequencing riddles by figuring out which number comes before and after.
Number Order: What Comes After? How well does your kid know number order? Test his skills with this number sequencing worksheet.
Counting Coins in the Wallet To complete this worksheet your child will need to count up the value of the coins in each wallet, then write the total underneath.
Ordinal Numbers First, second, third, or fourth? Find the ordinal number shown by the shaded picture.
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.