# Kindergarten Grade Common Core: K.CC.1

Common Core Identifier: K.CC.1 / Grade: K
Curriculum: Counting And Cardinality: Know Number Names And The Count Sequence.
Detail: Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
82 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Students color every tenth number on the hundreds chart.  What pattern do you see?
This black and white hundred chart is partially filled in.  Students can fill in the rest of the numbers.
Four mini hundreds charts on one sheet of paper.  These are great for attaching to student desks or for quick homework reference.
Fill in all numbers from 2 through 100 on this blank hundreds chart.
Printable hundreds chart in full color.  Each column is color-coded for easy reference and to highlight number patterns.
Printable, black and white hundreds chart.  Includes numbers 1 through 100.
This is just like a hundreds chart, except it is numbered from 0 through 99.
Count from 1 to 20. Fill in the missing numbers on the number line.
This is just like a hundreds chart, except it is numbered from 0 through 99.
Students must fill in the missing numbers on this partially completed ninety-nine chart.
A friendly sea monster appears when you connect the dots.
Four little ninety-nine charts that can be cut apart and used on student desks.
Connect the dots to make a dancing frog picture.
Connect 23 dots and see a diving whale.
Connect the dots to draw the Liberty Bell.
Connect the dots to draw a spooky ghost.
Color the colors according to the number key to reveal a clownfish picture.
Color according to the key to reveal a cute Easter-themed picture.
This one makes an illustration of a shooting star in outer space.
Students can practice counting by 10s by counting the bundles of sticks on this worksheet.
Color a square for each day of the school year. Make a color pattern.
What will the mystery picture be? It depends which of the worksheets in this file you follow.
Count from 1 to 34 to complete the dot-to-dot puzzle. The finished picture is a firetruck.
Celebrate President's Day with your class by having them complete this coloring activity.
An adorable fox is colored in as children color by following the key.
Complete the numbers lines by filling in the missing numbers. Numbers up to thirty.
This file contains two color-by-number worksheets with the same pattern. Complete one to reveal a farm, or complete the other to reveal a lighthouse!
These two worksheets have the same pattern but will reveal different images depending on which one you complete!
This color-by-number worksheet can be either Abraham Lincoln or the state of Texas, depending on which page you complete.
When you complete this bird color-by-number, be sure to TWEET a picture of it to all of your friends.
Count by 10 to find the number of sticks in the bundles. Then count the single sticks and add the numbers together to find the total number of sticks shown.
Count by 10s. Then solve four basic addition and subtraction word problems.
Practice your counting skills with this Cat-in-the-Hat themed activity.
Count from 1 up to 20. Connect the dots to make an elephant picture.
Color according to the key to reveal a patriotic bald eagle.
Students use the coloring key to color in a picture featuring a friendly robot!
Connect the dots and create a picture of a jumping dolphin. Start at number 1 and keep going until you get to 30.
Count to 10 by connecting the dots. The finished pictures is a fish. Kids can color it in when they're done.
Depending on which worksheet you complete, the same pattern will look like either an apple or a banana.
Students can practice their basic number-recognition skills with this Texas-themed color-by-number.
This version of the chart has only a few numbers missing. Students write the missing numbers in the chart.
Use a color-by-number system to color the Christmas tree.
Use the key at the bottom of the page to color the picture of the Chinese New Year lanterns.
Connect the dots and count to 50. The finished picture is a sheep or lamb.
Count from 1 to 10 as you connect the dots. The finished product is a cute pig that kids can color.
This color-by-number worksheet features the Statue of Liberty's hand and torch in front of an American flag.
Using the key at the bottom of this worksheet, students can color in this picture by number to reveal an apple, a pencil, paper, and books.
When you child learns to count to 100, present him or her with this special award certificate.
Students can use the color key from the bottom of the worksheet to color in this picture of a beach with colorful sea shells.
Connect the dots to make a beautiful spring flower.
Will the worksheet reveal a cat or a dog? It depends which of the two you complete!
Youngsters can practice their number-recognition skills with this Cinco de Mayo activity.
Students will write the missing numbers on this chart. This version has about a dozen blank spaces.
Complete this color-by-number worksheet to reveal a picture of a waving Santa.
Depending on which of the two worksheets you do, coloring the spaces according to the key will reveal either a fire truck or police car.
This color by number has two possible outcomes depending on which of the two worksheets you follow.
This illustration is a beautiful, colorful butterfly picture.
Adding - Basic facts practice drill worksheet.  The first addend ranges from 0 to 4.  Includes pictures of horses.
Color this festive picture of kids celebrating. They're holding up a sign that says, "One Hundred Days Smarter!"
Tell which addition problems are shown by each number line.
Color the Christmas Candle.
Color-by-Number mystery picture with a rabbit and eggs.
Color the beach scene with pail and ball according to the number key.
(Approx. grade levels PreK and Up)
Hot air balloon coloring mystery picture.
Match the numbers in the mystery picture with the colors on the bottom of the page.
Adding practice sheet.  The first addend ranges from 0 to 5.  Playful monkey pictures decorate the worksheet.
Cut, color, and build a crown to wear on the 100th day of school.
Can you tell which pieces are missing from the puzzle blocks?  Use your hundreds chart to help.
Students use the number line picture to help them add.
Color this picture according to the number-color key to reveal an airplane flying through the sky.
Students will love this color-by-number Earth Day picture.
Color the leprechaun illustration according to the number key.
Color the numbered areas in the picture according to the key.
Color the numbers in the mystery picture according to the key.
Use your hundreds chart to fill in the missing puzzle pieces.
Practice worksheet with basic addition facts.  The first addend is between 0 and 2.  The second addend is between 0 and 9.  Includes pictures of cute monsters.
Color the water scene featuring a sailboat.
Students will reveal a Christmas stocking when they complete this color-by-number activity.
Count the dots and color the picture according to the key.
This is a slightly more difficult version of the hundreds chart puzzle.
Practice sheet with forty-three basic addition facts.  The first addend ranges from 0 to 3.  Includes pictures of roller coasters.
To see the blue whale picture, students will need to correctly color the spaces according to the crayon code at the bottom.
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