# Numbers and Counting Up to 10

Below you'll find a collection of worksheets to teach number recognition and counting up to ten. Most of the worksheets on this page align to Common core standards K.CC.3 and K.CC.4.

## Number One

Trace and write the number 1 on the primary-rules paper. Then color one of the stars.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Trace and print the number one. Then color or circle one elephant.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Color one lion. Show one on the ten-frame. Tell what comes before and after the number one. Circle the ones.
First students trace the number one. Then they try printing it on the primary-ruled lines.
This printable number worksheet has a giant outline of a number "1" for students to color in.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Use this fall-themed worksheet to help students practice counting and spelling the number one.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Your students can color and wear this number 1 crown. For best results, print this file on card stock.
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Number Two

Make the number 2 by tracing and printing. Color 2 roosters and 2 hearts.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Trace and write the number two. Then color in two whales.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
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.
Trace and print the number 2.
Kindergarten
Students will need their coloring supplies to color in this large outline of a number "2" on this printable worksheet.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Students can use this fall-themed worksheet to practice counting to and writing the number two.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Kids can cut, color, glue, and wear this awesome number two crown.
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Number Three

Draw the number 3 on the primary-ruled lines. Then color 3 lions and 3 diamonds.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Practice tracing and printing the number three. Then, at the bottom, circle three turtle pictures.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
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 3.
Kindergarten
Teach your students number recognition as they color in this large outline of number "3".
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Students will count the apples on the tree and practice spelling out the number three.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Number Four

Carefully use a pencil to draw the digit 4. Then shade in four robots and four circles.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
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.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Show the number 4 with tally marks. Color 4 whales. Tell whether 4 is odd or even. Circle the 4s in the box.
Trace and print the number four.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Students will need their crayons and markers for this number recognition worksheet featuring the number "4".
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Use this worksheet to help students practice counting to the number four. They will also practice writing the word "four."
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Here's a fun craft to try with your class. Make a neat hat with the number 4 on it.
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Number Five

Here are five frogs to color in. Also color five stars. Then trace and print the number 5 on the wide lines.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
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.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Color five baseballs. Draw five dots on the ten-frame. Circle the 5s. Tell whether 5 is odd or even.
Trace and print the number 5.
Kindergarten
Try our printable number recognition worksheets like this one that has a large outline of number "5" to be colored in.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
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."
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Your students will love coloring, making, and wearing these neat number 5 crowns.
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Number Six

This one has pictures of dolphins and hearts. Trace and make the number six.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Trace and print the number six. Then count and circle six ice cream cones in the picture at the bottom of the page.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Color six toads. Make the number 6 with tallies. Complete the number line by filling in the missing numbers.
Trace and print the number 6.
Kindergarten
Color in this outline of number "6" with markers or crayons and boost number recognition at the same time.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Use this worksheet to help students learn to count to six and practice writing the word.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Create and wear a fun hat featuring the number 6.
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Number Seven

Trace and write. Color seven giant whales and seven shiny diamonds.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Trace the number seven and write it on the primary ruled lines. Then circle seven giraffes in the picture.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Make seven on the 10-frame. Color seven cars. Circle the sevens. Tell if seven is an odd or even number.
Trace and print the number 7.
Kindergarten
Students will have fun coloring in this large outline of number "7" when learning about numbers.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Practice counting to the number seven by counting the apples on the tree. Then practice spelling the word "seven" with the dotted lines.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Number Eight

Eight pigs! Oink oink! 8 circles! Teach kids to make the number eight.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Learn to print the number eight. Then circle eight cars in the picture near the bottom of the page.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Draw 8 tally marks. Circle 8 pens. Fill in the missing digits. Tell if 8 is even or odd.
Trace and print the number 8.
Kindergarten
By coloring in this outline of number "8" students will gain a sense of number recognition.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
This fall-themed worksheet helps reinforce counting skills and an understanding of the number eight.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Kids will enjoy coloring and wearing this number eight crown.
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Number Nine

Number nine is very fine. Make some nines. Color the elephants and the triangles.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Learn to write and trace the digit nine. Then circle nine pencils at the bottom of the page.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Color nine pencils, circle the 9s, and make 9 on the 10-frame.
Trace and print the number 9.
Kindergarten
Coloring supplies will be needed for this printable number worksheet that features a large outline of a number "9".
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Use this worksheet to help students practice counting to nine.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Number Ten

Color 10 octopuses and ten triangles. Trace and print the number ten.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Learn to print the number ten. Then, at the bottom of the worksheet, identify ten butterflies.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
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.
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".
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Use this fall-themed worksheet to practice counting to ten.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Kids can make a "number 10" crown to wear in the classroom or at home.
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Number Zero

Trace and print the number 0.
Kindergarten
Trace and print the number zero. Then color the zero.
Kindergarten
Use this worksheet to help students learn about zero.
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Numbers 1 - 12

Trace and print each number from one through twelve.
Kindergarten

## Counting Up to 10

Match the picture card with the number card in this memory game.
Trace the digits. Then color items to answers the counting questions.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Write the numbers 0 through 10. Then count the dots and match the numbers.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Color 9 circles. Color 4 stars. Color 8 hearts. Color 6 squares.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Write the number of hearts shown. Color the square with 6 dots in it. Color 8 circles. Write how many stars you see.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Count to ten and write the numbers in the circles to help the butterfly reach the flowers.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Write the numbers 1 to 10 on these cute caterpillars.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Use an ink dabber (bingo dabber) or a crayon to add sections to the caterpillars.
Pre-K and Kindergarten
Count the boats, trucks, planes, cars, trains, and bicycles.
Count the ants, bees, worms, and butterflies.
Count the sheep, goats, cows, horses, and chickens.
Count the fish, cats, dogs, rabbits, hamsters, and turtles.
Count the stars, planets, comets, rockets, and space creatures.
Count the brownies, cupcakes, bagels, donuts, cookies, pies, pretzels, and loaves of bread.
Count the objects and people relating to community helpers. Then write the numbers in the boxes and color the pictures.
Count, color, and write the numbers on this community-helpers-themed worksheet.
Color the correct number of each object shown.
Have your students color the correct number of each object related to specific community helpers.
Count the objects used by community helpers and write how many you see.
Cut this page in half an attach the parts together to make a large number line with numbers one through ten.

## Ten Frames

Count to find the number of red circles in each ten frame.
Draw the correct number of counters in each ten-frame.
How many more counters need to be added to the ten frame to make 10?
Red and white counters are shown on 10-frames. Write an addition/subtraction fact family for each.

## Mini-Books

Tell the number of dogs, birds, turtles, cats, snakes, and rabbits.
Cut apart the pages and assemble the miniature book. Color and count the pumpkins on each page.
Pre-K and Kindergarten

## Color-by-Number (up to 10)

Count the dots and color the picture according to the key.
Kindergarten
Color the numbered areas in the picture according to the key.
Kindergarten
Students color the areas in based on the key found on the bottom of the page.
Kindergarten
By coloring the areas according to the color key, students reveal a fun robot!
Kindergarten
Match the numbers in the mystery picture with the colors on the bottom of the page.
Kindergarten
Hot air balloon coloring mystery picture.
Kindergarten
Color the colors according to the number key to reveal a clownfish picture.
Kindergarten

## Dot-to-Dot

Count to 10 by connecting the dots. The finished pictures is a fish. Kids can color it in when they're done.
Connect the dots to make a pig. Color it pink.
Make a picture of a star shooting across the solar system as you count from 1 through 10.

## Comparing Numbers

Learn the difference between the words more and fewer. Count the objects in each box. Tell which has more, and which has fewer objects.
Kindergarten
Circle the box that has the greater/less number in it.

## Word Wall

These number word cards can be used in your classroom pocket charts or on your word wall.

## Award

Do you have a student who just learned to count to 10? If so, we have the perfect printable award to give them.
Numbers & Counting (Up to 20)

On this page, you'll find lots of printable worksheets and games to teaching number recognition and counting up to 20.

Counting & Numbers (up to 30)

Here you'll find lots of STW activities for teaching number recognition and counting up to 30.

Ten Frame Worksheets

This page has worksheets and activity mats with 5-frames, 10-frames, and double 10-frames.

Hundred Charts

On this page, you can print out 100 charts, 99 charts, and 120 charts.

## Number Worksheet Images

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