# Kindergarten Grade Common Core: K.CC.2

Common Core Identifier: K.CC.2 / Grade: K
Curriculum: Counting And Cardinality: Know Number Names And The Count Sequence.
Detail: Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
43 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Cut out the menorah pattern and attach the candles.
How many red counters are show in each frame?
Some balloons have numbers and others don't.  Complete the number sequence by filling in the missing numbers.
Draw counters in the frames. This worksheet features single ten-frames, with numbers up to 10.
Penguins with numbers on their bellies are lined up in groups of three. Students must write the missing numbers on the penguins.
Fill in the missing numbers that come before or after the given numbers on the number lines. This worksheet contains only 2-digit numbers.
This black and white hundred chart is partially filled in.  Students can fill in the rest of the numbers.
Students must fill in the missing numbers on this partially completed ninety-nine chart.
Four mini hundreds charts on one sheet of paper.  These are great for attaching to student desks or for quick homework reference.
Count by ones and write numbers in the empty boxes.
Four little ninety-nine charts that can be cut apart and used on student desks.
This is just like a hundreds chart, except it is numbered from 0 through 99.
Add the missing 2-digit numbers on the number lines.
Printable hundreds chart in full color.  Each column is color-coded for easy reference and to highlight number patterns.
Write the missing numbers on each number line.
This cut-and-glue number line begins has a range of zero through one hundred. When you attach all of the parts it's about nine feet long!
Cut out the parts of this number line and glue them together. This number line includes numbers one through ten.
This is just like a hundreds chart, except it is numbered from 0 through 99.
Printable, black and white hundreds chart.  Includes numbers 1 through 100.
Read each word problem to fill out the ten-frame, write out the math fact, and find them sum.
This worksheet has ten-frames with red and white counters all adding up to ten. Students will find the missing number to complete the math fact.
Cut, glue, and build this giant, 9-foot number line, which includes all integers from negative fifty through positive fifty.
Your students will review place value, identify the number of tens and ones in a 2-digit number. Add zero to single-digit numbers. Identify a polygons, including hexagons. Count up from 2-digit numbers.
Students will write the missing numbers on this chart. This version has about a dozen blank spaces.
This page has two number lines, with the numbers 0 through 20.
Complete the number lines with the missing 3-digit numbers.
Use scissors to cut out the ten-frame boxes on the bottom of the worksheet and glue them to the matching number sentence above.
On this worksheet, students will use the number sentence to draw the counters in the ten-frame and find the sum.
This worksheet can help kids practice counting up to 100.
With this pig-themed worksheet, students will practice counting from 1 to 100.
Travel through space by continuing the number sequence starting at number 48 and ending at 67. Write the missing numbers in the circles.
This mini-book is a fun way for students to practice with ten-frames and addition skills. Cut out the pages and assemble, then fill out the ten-frames and solve the math fact.
This printable uses ten-frames to help students find the right number sentence and use their addition skills to determine the sum of each math fact.
Write the missing numbers in the circles from 1 through 20 and trace the numbers that are provided on this printable counting worksheet.
This printable has 15 pennants that can be cut out and colored. Then solve the ten-frame addition fact. Lastly, these pennants can be strung up on a rope or string to hang in the classroom.
This version of the chart has only a few numbers missing. Students write the missing numbers in the chart.
The first part of this worksheet has students using the counters in the ten-frame to find the number sentence. The second part uses the number sentence to fill in the ten-frame.
Each number line contains two variables. Write the correct number for each variable.
This is a slightly more difficult version of the hundreds chart puzzle.
Fill in all numbers from 2 through 100 on this blank hundreds chart.
Can you tell which pieces are missing from the puzzle blocks?  Use your hundreds chart to help.
Write the missing numbers from each set. Then explain the rule that you followed to determine the answer.
Use your hundreds chart to fill in the missing puzzle pieces.
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