Looking for free worksheets to help your child make sense of the numbers 11-20? Here you go!
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Have you seen my handwriting worksheets for numbers 1-10? That set is one of my most popular printables. But if you’re a regular follower of this blog, you know I don’t share a lot of worksheets.
It’s not that I don’t love making them! In fact, I’ve been creating worksheets for at least thirty years, since I was eight and forced my little sister to learn to read (yes, I just revealed my age right there). But I limit the number of worksheets here because I don’t believe it’s how young kids should be spending most of their time. In fact, you can view all my hands-on math lessons and printables on my math activities page.
Once in a while, I put a twist on regular worksheets to create a meaningful learning activity. I think these number worksheets fit the bill!
This morning my Three asked for a coloring page. I asked if he wanted to do a numbers page. He enjoyed the #1-10 pages so much that it wasn’t a surprise when he agreed.
The handwriting practice on these pages is just enough for him, as we’re doing very little handwriting practice yet (as you can see, he hasn’t mastered the correct pencil grasp).
The number identification section using Do-a-Dot markers was helpful, since he can count to thirty but is still learning to recognize numbers past 10.
And as you can see above, he really liked the coloring at the bottom of the page.
Here he’s checking his work by counting the pictures he’s colored.
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After putting eleven stickers in the top box, he did the final portion of the worksheet.
I really like this part of the page: he uses colorful counters (we love the ones you see pictured!) to fill in the number on ten frames. Since his older siblings do a lot with ten frames beginning in kindergarten, I like that he’s getting an introduction to them.
I love the 1-10 version of this worksheet. I teach special education and it is perfect for my little learners. I get a firewall error when I click the button to download the 11-20 set.
I’m sorry you had trouble with the link! I tested the link twice, and it worked for me. I do know that we had some bad links on the website that were fixed today. Please try again, and let us know if you still have trouble.
All the best in your teaching!
Hi there – the “click here for the printable” on this activity set (and numbers 1-10) are not linked to anything so they aren’t clickable links. Is there another way I can download these activities? Thank you!
Please turn off your ad blocker and refresh the page. Then the links will be clickable. Thanks!
Thank you so much! 🙂
My page keeps hanging when I click “CLICK HERE FOR YOUR FREE PRINTABLE.” I can’t seem to open the file. May I know how should I resolve this?
Hello Ee Hoon!
This is Kate, Anna’s assistant. We’re sorry you had trouble! Please check your email for a message from Anna. Thanks!
Hello! Thank you so much for creating these, my daughter loves them! Is there any chance you could make 21-30? Your worksheets have been the only one that helps my daughter grasp number sense.
Thanks for that suggestion, Katy! But it isn’t something I’m planning on making. 🙂
I have your worksheets for 1-10 and would love to print the 11-20 series but I cannot get to the link. The website keeps redirecting me to the 1-10 page. Any suggestions?
This is Kate, Anna’s assistant. I just checked for myself to make sure it’s working properly, and it is. 🙂 Please scroll back up into the post and click the green box that says, “CLICK HERE FOR YOUR FREE PRINTABLE.” Then enter your email address when prompted. You can check your email right away, because the file will be sent within minutes. Open the new email from Anna, and click on the blue link that says, “CLAIM YOUR OFFER.” Enjoy the great worksheets!
These sheets are our favorite! My students love them! Quick question, if you don’t mind sharing: what font do you use? I create handwriting/tracing sheets for my students and would love to use the same font! Thanks so much
I think it’s KG Primary Penmanship. You can get it for free on Teachers Pay Teachers. I pay the fee because I use it commercially.
Thank you SOOO much for making these in 11-20 also!! I have used your 1-10 with my preschool class and they love them and I really need to work on 11-20 with them. I came looking and found them! They are fantastic!!!!
Yay – I’m so glad you can use them, Nicole!
I am a preschool teacher (from home) and was in desperate need of a number activity infusion. Thank you so much for all of your wonderful ideas and printables!
You’re very welcome, Jesse!
My daughter and I love these worksheets. So much fun packed into one page. Thank you for sharing! I recently included them in a roundup of our favorite Pinterest finds. http://arrowsandapplesauce.com/5-favorite-pinterest-preschool-finds/
I’m glad you enjoyed them, Kristen!
Thank so much for this site! I was able to print every single ready made resources . It is fun activities for class, cant wait to publish it for them. very useful.
You’re very welcome, Clara! I hope you find many helpful resources on my site.
These are great! Thank you so much!! <3 🙂
You’re very welcome, Amy!
I LOOVE your teaching resources and am a subscriber to your blog.
Your counting printables are wonderful.
I was wondering, do you have anything on numeral word name recognition?
In Trinidad children learn to spell the numeral word names at age 5-6.
Thank you in advance
Hi Janelle! No, I don’t have anything like that at the moment. I will keep it in mind for the future, though!
I can’t find a link to print from. I have searched this page multiple times but i can’t find it. Can you help me please? Sorry, it’s probably just me!
There’s a big green button with a red arrow. It says, “To get your free printable, click HERE.”
Oh goodness, I’m so sorry! Thank you!
I love your worksheets I can write 1-10. Do you also have these in 11-20? I am currently using the 11-20 worksheets that you have displayed above and I love them. I’m just needing extra ways to teach the same concepts with my special needs student. Thanks!
Not yet, Cindy – a future project, maybe, but not an immediate one. 🙂
Thank you so much! I have a child with special needs and we have to work a lot at home to reinforce the skills she is learning at school so I’m always desperately searching for ways to help her and make it fun. These are great!
I’m so glad you can use these, Britt-Marie! 🙂
Thank you for these number sheets. I will be using them with my kindergarten class.
I’m glad you can use them, Elaine!
Great for reinforcement/review work.
Thank you for all these great resources and for sharing them with others!
I’m so glad you can use them, Viviana!
I found your math ideas for my summer tutoring. I used two of your pages already! I am going to blog about how great the sheets were! Thank you for the free and valuable resource.
Thank you for sharing, Renee!
Thank you so much for sharing!
You’re welcome, Susan!
Thank you so much for sharing! I’m helping my 5 yrs. old daughter to recognize numbers after 10. We are going to start using your worksheets today. I can’t wait! Again, Thank you!
Yay – so glad you can use these, Jessica!
these are the best for learning number and handwriting practice…I wish there was a space for tally marks too
I LOVE these worksheets. Do you think you will ever do 21-35??? They are wonderful to do with my special needs students.
I’m glad you like these for your students, Pattie! I don’t think I could go higher than 20 because there wouldn’t be space on the page. 🙂
I have been looking for worksheets for numbers 11 – 20 with no luck until I came across yours. Thank you so much for making them available to me.
You’re welcome, Beverly!
Thank you so much it was so useful for my baby.
You’re very welcome!
Thank you so much for sharing! We don’t have easy access to stickers here (a preschool in Ghana) but we use coloured price tags. Be blessed
I’m glad you can find a way to use them , Marian! 🙂
They are very good and fun. I used them for my 4 years old. She got the routine after the first two sheets. What I did somehow different, I asked her to place the stickers in rows of five hoping that she will get the addition of 5’s but she did not yet. The most that she can do is 5+5= 10 without counting.
That was a great idea, Cristina! It’s always fun to try new things and see if kids are ready for it. Before we know it, they are!
thank you for sharing these hands on number worksheets. my students love to work on their number of the day – especially the sticker part!
You’re very welcome, Suzan!
Love these number worksheets. My kinders are almost finished with 1-10. Now we can begin 11-20. The kids love all the ways to show each number.
So glad you can use them, Gina!
Super Duper!! Thanks!!!
You’re welcome, Elaine!