K.CC.A.3 Worksheets, Workbooks, Lesson Plans, and Games

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.CC.A.3

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"Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects)."

These worksheets, games, and lesson plans can help students practice this Common Core State Standards skill.

Worksheets

Tracing Numbers: 10
Worksheet
Tracing Numbers: 10
Kids color 10 seashells and trace the number 10 several times to practice counting, identifying, and writing numbers on this prekindergarten math worksheet.
Preschool
Worksheet
Subtraction: Falling Apples
Worksheet
Subtraction: Falling Apples
For each problem on this worksheet, kids subtract single-digit numbers to see how many apples are left after someone has had a tasty snack.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Counting Up Subtraction
Worksheet
Counting Up Subtraction
For each problem on this first grade math worksheet, kids subtract single-digit numbers to see how many cheese pieces are left after the mouse eats its snack.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Measuring Length: Earthworms
Worksheet
Measuring Length: Earthworms
On this first grade math worksheet, kids use a ruler to measure four worms in inches. Then they compare lengths to find the shortest and longest worm.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Measuring Length: Veggies
Worksheet
Measuring Length: Veggies
On this first grade math worksheet, kids use a ruler to measure four vegetables in inches. Then they compare lengths to find the shortest and longest veggies.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Measuring Length: More Veggies
Worksheet
Measuring Length: More Veggies
On this first grade math worksheet, kids use a ruler to measure four vegetables in inches. Then they compare lengths to find the shortest and longest veggie.
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet

Lesson Plans

Fruity Fun with Numbers!
Lesson plan
Fruity Fun with Numbers!
In this fruity lesson students will learn how to count from one to ten! The lesson ends with a fruity snack and the opportunity to practice counting.
Kindergarten
Math
Lesson plan
Number Jump!
Lesson plan
Number Jump!
Help your class “jump” into number recognition with confidence! In this lesson, students will write numbers on sticky notes, place them in sequential order, and “jump” on the numbers while counting.
Kindergarten
Math
Lesson plan
It’s Raining Numbers!
Lesson plan
It’s Raining Numbers!
Raindrops are falling in this weather-themed math lesson! Students will manipulate raindrops and discover that raindrops can be counted in the same order, even when they are arranged in different ways.
Kindergarten
Math
Lesson plan
Count On It: Adding and Subtracting
Lesson plan
Count On It: Adding and Subtracting
Adding and subtracting doesn't need to be boring! Learning to add and subtract can be done with a shoelace or while playing hopscotch.
Kindergarten
Math
Lesson plan
Five Busy Little Bees
Lesson plan
Five Busy Little Bees
Buzz, buzz! Can you count the five busy little bees? In this bee-themed lesson on counting and number recognition, students will use bees to learn how to count the numbers one through five.
Preschool
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
Leafy Numbers
Lesson plan
Leafy Numbers
In this leafy, plant-themed lesson, students will use leaves as they practice recognizing various numbers from 1 to 15. This lesson can be easily adapted for use with specific ranges of numbers.
Kindergarten
Math
Lesson plan

Workbooks

No workbooks found for this common core node.

Games

Numbers 0-10 Song
Song
Numbers 0-10 Song
Practice counting forward and backward with this fun and catchy numbers 0-10 song.
Kindergarten
Math
Song
Number Demolition: 11 to 20
Game
Number Demolition: 11 to 20
Hard hats on! Kids practice identifying numbers 11 to 20 in this demolition game.
Kindergarten
Math
Game
Numbers Memory Match
Game
Numbers Memory Match
Kids can improve their number recognition skills with this classic card game.
Kindergarten
Math
Game

Exercises

No exercises found for this common core node.

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