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Counting for Kids

Counting is an essential skill for young learners, so practice often with these fun, engaging worksheets for kids!

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Counting for Kids

Give your little gardener practice counting with colorful flowers! He will count different items and then fill in the blanks to describe how his garden grows.

Counting for Kids #2

How does your garden grow? Count the vegetables in your vegetable garden. Then fill in the blanks to describe and compare the vegetables in your garden.

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Bugs are everywhere! How many bugs are visiting your garden? Practice counting the different kinds of insects.

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Look to see who is visiting your garden! Count the critters, then fill in the blanks to describe and compare the animals that visit your garden.

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How is your garden decorated? Flowers are pretty but count the benches, lanterns and pinwheels that are also in your garden.

Count the Tomatoes

Combine fine motor exercise with counting and addition in this cut and paste math worksheet!

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Counting Fish

Help these lost fish get back in the pond! This cut and paste math activity is a great way to introduce the concept of addition.

Counting Apples

Introduce your youngster to addition with this cut and paste math page that combines fine motor exercise and counting.

Learn about addition with this cut and paste math activity. Cut out the coins, and add the correct amount to each purse!

Count the Combs

Take math to the barbershop! Kids will see addition in action with this fun cut and paste activity.

Mustache Math

Put on your most mathematical mustache! This fun worksheet will help kids learn addition in a hands-on way.

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Flower Count

These hats are missing some flowers! Put those counting skills to good use in this hands-on addition worksheet.

Counting Colors

Art and math go hand in hand with this cut-n-paste addition activity! Kids will help the painter fill his palettes with the correct amount of paint blobs.

Ice Cream Math

Let's add some more scoops to these ice cream bowls! Kids will get to see addition in action as they add scoops to equal the right total.

Missing Numbers: Counting Bee

Kids find the missing numbers to complete the honeycomb number grid. This first grade math worksheet helps kids practice counting whole numbers to 100.

Fish Estimation

Kids visually estimate the number of fish swimming on this worksheet. After making their guess, they check it by counting each fish.

Connect the Dots: Practice Skip Counting by Fives

Children skip count by fives to connect the dots and discover the hidden picture.

Fourth of July Dot-to-Dot 2

Give your preschooler learning fun: he'll count to 30 and connect the dots for a fun summer coloring page!

Missing Numbers: At the Pond

Find the missing numbers at the pond in this Freddy the Frog worksheet. Work with your child to find the even missing numbers in this exercise.

Fill in the Missing Race Car Numbers

Help your child practice his math skills with this printable worksheet, which will help him with his counting.

Estimation with Seashells

This first grade math worksheet helps your child practice estimation, an important skill he will use as he progresses in math, and throughout his life.

Lake Fun!

Looking for a worksheet to help with your kid's math skills? This printable is all about counting!

Count by Fives

Kids count by fives to 100 on this first grade math worksheet. Skip counting by fives is one way children can demonstrate the meaning of addition.

Make a Counting Book

Create a counting book, in order from 1-30, to help your child figure out a variety of ways of recognizing and representing numbers.