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.