I’ve shared three sets of handwriting pages for preschool and kindergarten for the upper and lowercase alphabet. Now I’ve got you covered with pages for writing numbers, too!
Handwriting pages for writing numbers
For preschoolers just starting to write their numbers, I recommend my Numbers of All Sizes handwriting pages. Your child starts on at the red dot and follows the arrow to write inside each block letter. Your child might like to start with the largest letter and work his way down to the smallest. Or work in random order, as my preschooler likes to do. 😉
(Looking for the alphabet in this style? Get uppercase here and lowercase in this post.)
I have found that jumping right from the Letters of All Sizes pages to traditional handwriting pages is too much for my preschoolers. That’s why I created these simple pages with just two large lines on a page. My kids can usually complete the entire page when they’re ready for them – usually close to age four.
Note! For some mysterious reason, these do not print nicely directly from my blog. Download the file to your own computer (by right-clicking on the word “HERE” and choosing “save link as”), open from your computer, and print. You should get a nice result that way!
(For the alphabet in this style, get uppercase here and lowercase here).
Finally, my kids move to this final set of handwriting pages as a last step before traditional handwriting practice pages. My Four is just starting to do these; it’s something I start with my kids the year before kindergarten. It may be a while before your child is ready to do the whole thing. No worries!
You can see how these pages start with a lot of support and finish with just a single starting dot.
Again, these don’t print nicely directly from my blog (and I sure wish I knew why!). You’ll need to right click on “HERE,” save to your computer, and open from there to print. They should print beautifully. 🙂
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I love your website. Thank you for sharing this!
Thank you for making and sharing the Level 2: set of numerals 0-9. Can you also make this for numerals 10-20?
Thanks for the suggestion, Jennifer! But I don’t plan to add to this set.
I love this website, I use everything for my children in my daycare class. Wonderful and useful educational activities.
I’m so glad, Tiffany!
Thanks for sharing! Wonderful!
You’re very welcome, Anna!
Hi Anna, thanks for providing this for free. Do you have anything similar for the alphabet?
Yup! Here are all my handwriting pages: https://www.themeasuredmom.com/teaching-handwriting-2/
Thank you so much for sharing =)
Such a great resource! It is great for my pre-K class and the number-lovers are completely obsessed with it. Thank you so much for sharing!
You’re very welcome, Ani! I’m glad your learners like it!
Thank you so much for these number sheets. Do you have numbers 11-20 also available – for practicing writing the numbers?
No, I don’t – because if kids can write the numerals 0-9, they can form the numbers 11-20. I didn’t design these for number recognition practice, just handwriting. But you might like these pages if you want your learners to work at number recognition. https://www.themeasuredmom.com/free-worksheets-for-numbers-11-20/
I just stumbled on this site and it’s been educative for both parent and child (children in the long run), please are their videos which you have that can also help
Hello! I have not created many videos yet. I hope this is something I will do eventually, but I’m not sure when that will be.
Johnna Marie Danduan
Good Day Miss Anna! Thank you so much for this site, I really love it because it helps a lot to my niece in learning. Continue to help little kids. More power to you!
Thank you, Johnna!
I’m a remedial teacher from The Netherlands and I have a lot of students that can’t write the numbers well. These worksheets are great and will help them to write the numbers in the wright way. Thank you for sharing!!
I’m so glad you can use them, Yvette!
Thank you so much for print outs I have a soon to be 4 year old and wants “home work” just like her older cousins. Having this for her makes her feel like a big girl and allows me to help her with her numbers and alphabets.
I’m so glad you can use these, Claudia!
Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful ideas! They are perfect for my very limited budget and when I’m looking for a specific idea on Pinterest, you always seem to pop up!
Oh, that’s so good to hear, Elizabeth! Thank you!
Thanks so much for this, I was looking for something like this for my twins and I am glad I found your page, they are enjoying very much doing these activities
That’s wonderful, Julio!
Hi 🙂 .. I love your website, thank you so much for putting it together for us!
I just downloaded level 2 for numbers (my daughter finished your level 1 of numbers) and the pdf seems different from the image shown in the blog.. the numbers are not printed in dash form (just like they are in level 2 alphabets as well). Is that correct? Im wondering if my daughter will be able to form the numbers completely on her own?
For some reason these do not print nicely unless you first download to your own computer and re-open from THERE, not from the window that appears when you click on the link in the post. Does that make sense? Did you try that?
Hi I tried that and it still comes out as blank (the dashed lines for the numbers that the kids are supposed to trace still do not appear). :'(
How can I print this so that my special education students can have access to your wonderful worksheets?
Make sure you download to your computer, then open and print with the free Adobe Reader: https://get.adobe.com/reader/
I am so excited that I came across your website. I have printed some of the sight word readers and the alphabet for my 3 year old, I can’t wait to share them with him. I am looking for writing pages for cursive writing as my 6 year old is very interested in learning cursive. Do you happen to know of where I could possibly find some printable for them? Thanks so much!
I asked in my blogging network about cursive handwriting pages, and they shared these links. Hopefully one will work for you!
Do you have any sheets for numbers 11-20?
No, I don’t Jordelle. My point here was not to teach number identification, just number formation. I just designed the single numbers because if a child can write “1” and “4,” for example, he can write “14.”
Thanks for sharing your work. I enjoy your site. Joyce
Thank you, Joyce!
Hooray! Thank you very much! I have started using your alphabet writing pages this year with my preschoolers! It is going great so far! Thanks again!
You’re welcome, Heather!
Thank you for making these available! I have 8 kids and have been homeschooling for 9.5 years. I love it when I find something someone else has shared that I can use too! So thank you again!
Thank u very much for sharing.it is really great to teach early years.
You’re welcome, Tahira!
Thank you so much for sharing this! I have enoyed so much more now teaching my daughter while reading from you some tips. You are lovely!
You’re welcome, Melinda! I’m glad I can share something to make your busy life a little bit easier. 🙂