# Kindergarten Grade Common Core: K.CC.3

Common Core Identifier: K.CC.3 / Grade: K
Curriculum: Counting And Cardinality: Know Number Names And The Count Sequence.
Detail: 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).
172 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Trace and print the number 1.
Trace and print each number from one through twelve.
Match the picture card with the number card in this memory game.
Count from 1 to 20. Fill in the missing numbers on the number line.
Read each word problem to fill out the ten-frame, write out the math fact, and find them sum.
Print out this number worksheet featuring a giant outline of the number "14" for your students to color in to boost their number recognition.
Find the place value blocks that show the number 11. Tell whether 11 is odd or even. Draw 11 tally marks. Show 11 on the ten-frames, and complete the number line.
Trace and write the digits in the number 28. Then tell how many tens and how many ones. After that, circle the base-10 blocks that show 28. Color 28 circles. Make 28 tally marks.
Kids will enjoy coloring and wearing this number eight crown.
Use the image of the apple tree to practice counting up to thirteen. Practice writing the word "thirteen" too.
Learn to print the number ten. Then, at the bottom of the worksheet, identify ten butterflies.
Count 21 houses. Write the number 21. Draw 21 stars.
Carefully use a pencil to draw the digit 4. Then shade in four robots and four circles.
Students will need their coloring supplies to color in this large outline of a number "2" on this printable worksheet.
Use this fall-themed worksheet to help students practice counting and spelling the number one.
Tell whether 15 is odd or even. Find the place value blocks for 15. Make 15 colored dots with crayons. Tell how many ones and how many tens are in this number.
Count the dogs, birds, turtles, cats, snakes, and rabbits.  (Up to 10)
Color in 24 shapes. Trace and print the number and words for 24. Make 24 tallies. Tell if 24 is odd or even.
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.
Finally hitting the double digits, students will start recognizing numbers more with help from worksheets like this where they can color in the outline of the number "10".
Draw 8 tally marks. Circle 8 pens. Fill in the missing digits. Tell if 8 is even or odd.
Count 30 apples on the trees. Draw 30 zigzag lines.
The front of the crown has two hearts and the word "two." On the band, you'll trace the digits.
Use this worksheet to help students practice counting to nine.
Trace and print the number six. Then count and circle six ice cream cones in the picture at the bottom of the page.
Tell if 19 is an even or odd number. Then draw 19 dots. After that, make 19 tallies. Then circle the base-10 blocks that represent 19.
Write the number of hearts shown. Color the square with 6 dots in it. Color 8 circles. Write how many stars you see.
In the first week of 1st grade Math Buzz, students will review basic Kindergarten skills. This file has 5 worksheets, one for each day of the week. Skills include basic addition, counting on a five-frame, writing numbers, and identifying basic shapes.
Your students will have fun coloring in this giant outline of the number "18" while learning to recognize basic numbers.
Trace the word "thirteen." Then draw 13 tallies. Make 13 on the 10-frame. Fill in the numbers before and after 13 on the number line.
Count the fish, cats, dogs, rabbits, hamsters, and turtles.
Here's a fun craft to try with your class. Make a neat hat with the number 4 on it.
This fall-themed worksheet helps reinforce counting skills up to seventeen.
Show the number 4 with tally marks. Color 4 whales. Tell whether 4 is odd or even. Circle the 4s in the box.
Count 26 seashells. Write the number 26. Draw 26 smiley faces in the box.
Eight pigs! Oink oink! 8 circles! Teach kids to make the number eight.
Color in this outline of number "6" with markers or crayons and boost number recognition at the same time.
Practice your counting skills with this fall-themed worksheet on the number five. Students will count the apples on the tree and practice writing out the word "five."
How many tens and ones in the special number? Fill in the empty boxes on the number line.
Trace and write the number two. Then color in two whales.
Number nine is very fine. Make some nines. Color the elephants and the triangles.
Students will have fun coloring in this large outline of number "7" when learning about numbers.
Use this worksheet to help students learn to count to six and practice writing the word.
There are 18 rulers in the picture can you count them all? Write the number 18 on the lines. Draw 18 circles in the box at the bottom.
Practice tracing and printing the number three. Then, at the bottom, circle three turtle pictures.
Write numbers from 0 through 20. Then select the boxes with the correct number of dots.
Use scissors to cut out the ten-frame boxes on the bottom of the worksheet and glue them to the matching number sentence above.
Try our printable number recognition worksheets like this one that features a large outline of the number "15" for students to color in.
Trace and print the number twelve. Then draw 12 hearts in the box.
Color 27 shapes and make 27 tallies. Tell how many 10s and 1s are in the special number. Determine whether 27 is even or odd.
Color one lion. Show one on the ten-frame. Tell what comes before and after the number one. Circle the ones.
Trace, Print, Draw: Trace and write the number 23. Count 23 flowers. Draw 23 triangle shapes.
Here are five frogs to color in. Also color five stars. Then trace and print the number 5 on the wide lines.
Teach your students number recognition as they color in this large outline of number "3".
Students can use this fall-themed worksheet to practice counting to and writing the number two.
Count sixteen baseballs. Trace and print the number 16. Draw sixteen smile faces.
Draw the correct number of counters in each ten-frame.
Learn about place value for the number 23. Discover where 23 falls on a number line. Practice tracing the digits in 23.
On this worksheet, students will use the number sentence to draw the counters in the ten-frame and find the sum.
Have your coloring supplies ready for this worksheet to color in the outline of the number "11".
Color nine pencils, circle the 9s, and make 9 on the 10-frame.
Fill in the missing numbers on the penguins. Includes numbers before and after. Up to 30.
Use this fun crown when your "number of the day" or "number of the week" is three!
Use this fall-themed worksheet to practice counting to ten.
Trace the number seven and write it on the primary ruled lines. Then circle seven giraffes in the picture.
Count twenty balloons and make a sketch with twenty zigzag lines in it.
Trace and write the number 1 on the primary-rules paper. Then color one of the stars.
Solve to find missing addends in an equation. Count corners on a polygon. Find and identify rectangles and circles. Solve simple addition and subtraction word problems.
Our printable number worksheets are fun and good for increasing number recognition in your students. This one has a large outline of number "19" for students to color in.
Write the number fourteen on the lines, and then draw 14 ovals in the box.
Count the ants, bees, worms, and butterflies.
Write the numbers 1 to 10 on these cute caterpillars.
This worksheet helps students practice counting to eighteen and has space for them to try writing out the word.
Color five baseballs. Draw five dots on the ten-frame. Circle the 5s. Tell whether 5 is odd or even.
Count 27 marbles. Draw 27 check marks. Trace and print 27 on the primary-ruled lines.
Use an ink dabber (bingo dabber) or a crayon to add sections to the caterpillars.
Use this worksheet with your students to help them practice counting to nineteen
Color six toads. Make the number 6 with tallies. Complete the number line by filling in the missing numbers.
Look carefully at the picture and try to count 28 screws. Trace and print the number 28. Draw 28 circles.
Color 10 octopuses and ten triangles. Trace and print the number ten.
By coloring in this outline of number "8" students will gain a sense of number recognition.
Practice counting to the number seven by counting the apples on the tree. Then practice spelling the word "seven" with the dotted lines.
Determine which set of base-10 blocks represents 18. Tell whether the secret number is odd or even. Draw 18 tally marks.
Trace along the dotted lines to make the number four. Then write the number four on the primary-ruled paper. Then color or circle four ducks.
Trace the digits. Then color items to answers the counting questions.
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.
Get out your markers and crayons for this coloring activity. Color in the big outline of the number "16" and boost your number recognition at the same time.
Tell how many tens and how many ones are in the special number. Show 12 on a 10-frame. Make 12 tallies. Complete the number line.
Trace the number 26. Color 26 round objects. Complete the number line by showing what comes before and after 26.
Create and wear a fun hat featuring the number 6.
Students can use the apples on the tree to practice counting to fifteen.
Color two apples. Show the number two with tally marks. Fill in the numbers on the number line. And circle the twos in the number box.
Can you see 24 dinosaurs in the picture. Write the number 24 and make 24 ovals.
This one has pictures of dolphins and hearts. Trace and make the number six.
Students will need their crayons and markers for this number recognition worksheet featuring the number "4".
Students will count the apples on the tree and practice spelling out the number three.
Trace and write 16. Make 16 on the double 10-frame. Complete the number line. Tell how many 10s and 1s in this number.
Cut apart the pages and assemble the miniature book. Color and count the pumpkins on each page.
Use a crayon to color in 22 ovals. Make 22 tallies and circle the number 22 with PV blocks.
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.
Enhance number recognition in your students with this fun coloring activity featuring a large outline of the number "12".
Color in 10 stars, draw 10 tally marks, tell whether 10 is odd or even, and fill in the missing numbers on the number line.
Circle the base-10 blocks that represent 30. How many 10s and 1s are in 30? Is this an even or odd number? Complete the number line.
Kids can make a "number 10" crown to wear in the classroom or at home.
Practice counting to eleven by counting the apples on the tree.
Learn to print the number eight. Then circle eight cars in the picture near the bottom of the page.
How many 10s and 1s are in the number 20? Make 20 with tally marks. Put 20 dots on the 10-frames. Circle the place value blocks that show 20.
Make the number 2 by tracing and printing. Color 2 roosters and 2 hearts.
This week, students practicing counting and writing numbers up to 30. Calculate missing addends in addition equations. Identify longer/shorter and long/longer/longest objects.
By coloring in this big outline of number "20", students will have boosted their recognition of numbers and had fun while doing it.
Count to 14. Tell how many 10s and 1s are in this number. Draw 14 dots. Find the base-10 blocks that show 14.
Count the sheep, goats, cows, horses, and chickens.
Draw the number 3 on the primary-ruled lines. Then color 3 lions and 3 diamonds.
This printable number worksheet has a giant outline of a number "1" for students to color in.
Use this worksheet to help students learn about zero.
Trace and print the number fifteen. Then draw 15 diamonds.
Count the boats, trucks, planes, cars, trains, and bicycles.
Count to ten and write the numbers in the circles to help the butterfly reach the flowers.
Practice counting to twenty with this fall-themed worksheet. Trace the dotted lines to practice spelling the word "twenty" too.
Make seven on the 10-frame. Color seven cars. Circle the sevens. Tell if seven is an odd or even number.
The illustration shows 29 eggs in cartons. Trace number 29. Then draw 29 spirals.
How many red counters are show in each frame?
This crown presents the number 1. Trace the number 1 on the headband. Color the numbers on the front. For best results, print on sturdy card stock.
Coloring supplies will be needed for this printable number worksheet that features a large outline of a number "9".
This fall-themed worksheet helps reinforce counting skills and an understanding of the number eight.
Count 19 seashells. Write the number 19. Then draw 19 spirals.
First, trace the number 5. Then try printing it on your own. After that, color five trucks in the picture at the bottom of the page.
Color 9 circles. Color 4 stars. Color 8 hearts. Color 6 squares.
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.
Our printable number worksheets are great for increasing number recognition in your students. This worksheet has a big outline of the number "17" for students to color in.
After writing the number 13 on the lines provided, students will draw 13 triangles at the bottom of the page.
Is 25 even or odd? How many 10s? How many 1s? Some boxes on the number line are empty- fill them in. Color 25 circles.
Count the stars, planets, comets, rockets, and space creatures.
Your students will love coloring, making, and wearing these neat number 5 crowns.
Use the apples on the tree to practice counting to sixteen. Then practice writing out the word "sixteen" using the dotted lines.
Show the number three on a ten frame. Color three seashells. Tell what number comes before and after the number three.
Trace and print the number 25. The draw 25 diamonds.
Trace and write. Color seven giant whales and seven shiny diamonds.
Try our printable number recognition worksheets like this one that has a large outline of number "5" to be colored in.
Use this worksheet to help students practice counting to the number four. They will also practice writing the word "four."
First, write the number 17. Then count 17 strawberries. Then make 17 checkmarks.
Trace and print the number one. Then color or circle one elephant.
Write the digits in the number 21. Then tell whether it's an even or odd number. Write down how many 10s and how many 1s are in this number. Draw 21 tally marks. Complete the number line to show what comes after and before this number.
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.
This printable worksheet has a big outline of the number "13" to be colored in.
Trace and print the number 11 on the primary-ruled lines. Then draw 11 stars in the box at the bottom of the page.
Tell whether 29 is odd or even? Draw 29 tally marks. Color 29 circles. Trace and write 29.
Use this worksheet to practice counting to twelve by counting the apples on the tree.
Learn to write and trace the digit nine. Then circle nine pencils at the bottom of the page.
Count 22 paper clips. Craw 22 hearts. Trace and write the number 22.
Complete set of printable addition flash cards up to 9 + 9. This set has four large cards per page.
Trace and print the dollar sign symbol.
Practice sheet with forty-three basic addition facts.  The first addend ranges from 0 to 3.  Includes pictures of roller coasters.
Cut out the menorah pattern and attach the candles.
Tell which addition problems are shown by each number line.
Trace and print the cents sign.
Adding - Basic facts practice drill worksheet.  The first addend ranges from 0 to 4.  Includes pictures of horses.
Adding practice sheet.  The first addend ranges from 0 to 5.  Playful monkey pictures decorate the worksheet.
Students use the number line picture to help them add.
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.
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