PreK - K Number Knowledge
It's the number "ten", you've reached the end! Your child will be so proud to know her numbers one thru ten, plus she'll be having fun as she goes.
Nine is fine, especially when it's in a fun puzzle! Your preschooler will love practicing her counting with a homemade number puzzle.
Eight is great! And your child will love practicing her counting as she learns about the number eight with this fun puzzle.
Need a fun way to practice those numbers? Your little one will have a great time with this puzzle all about the number 7!
Finally the number six gets it's own puzzle! Let your little one put it together, read the number and sound out the words.
Five is a big year for a preschooler and a big number! Help her get practice with counting and numbers with this fun and colorful puzzle.
If your child is puzzled by numbers and counting, help him out with a fun number puzzle he can make himself!
One, two, three ... GO! Have some fun making your own puzzle with this printable all about the number three.
Let's get together with "Two"! Enjoy making your own simple puzzle to help teach your preschooler all about the number two.
Learn how to count to ten the fun way, with a number puzzle you can make yourselves! Help your child cut out these pieces and put them back together again.
Kids color sea turtles and trace the number 7 several times to practice counting, identifying, and writing numbers on this prekindergarten math worksheet.
Kids color three sheep and trace the number 3 several times to practice counting, identifying, and writing numbers on this prekindergarten math worksheet.
This third step in the number series introduces your preschooler to the number three. It'll have him writing, counting, and identifying the curvy number.
Learning letters and numbers can be a chore, but throw them in a game and kids won't mind the learning at all!
Kids draw a path from the mouse to the clock by counting and tracing numbers from 1 to 10 on this kindergarten math worksheet.
Kids give a rubber ducky a hand, drawing a path from the duck to the tub by counting and tracing numbers from 1 to 10 on this kindergarten math worksheet.