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Using Numbers Word 0 to 100 Flash Cards, students identify numbers to build number recognition and fluency skills.
Using Number Handwriting Worksheets, students trace and then write the numbers 0-100 in order build their number writing skills.
Using this Letter or Number Worksheet, students determine if the symbol shown is a letter or a number.
Using these Subitize 1 to 10 Flash Cards, students Learn to recognize a number of items without having to count!
Using this Labeling Ordinal Numbers Worksheet, students write ordinal number labels to describe pictures arranged in a line to build number sense.
Using this Missing Number Activity, students practice sequencing number cards 1-100 to build their number sense skills.
Using Count to 20 Objects Worksheet, students count objects up to 20 in a set in order to build their counting fluency.
Using the Counting Tens Ones Worksheet, students count the tens and ones shown to write the number in digits.
Using this Ordering Positive and Negative Numbers Worksheet, students write each set of numbers in order from smallest to largest to build number sense skills.
Using this Counting by Tens Assessment Worksheet, students count to 100 by tens starting at 10 to build counting fluency.
Using this Gumball Jar Counting Activity, students practice sequencing numbers 1-15 and filling-in number sequences.
Using Number Words to 20 Activity, students match numerals and number words 1-20 in order to build their math fluency.
Using this Star Dot to Dot Worksheet, students connect the dots to create a mystery picture in order practicing counting to ten.
Using this Train Dot to Dot Worksheet, students connect the dots to create a mystery picture in order practicing counting to sixty-two.
Using Numbers Activity, students practice counting and number identification with the Old McDonald Clip Card activity in order to build their counting fluency.
Using the Identify Place Value Worksheet, students write the amount of ones, tens, and hundreds that are in each number to build place value understanding.
Using Numbers 0 to 100 Flash Cards, students identify numbers to build number recognition and fluency skills.
Using Count Tens Fill in the Blank Worksheet, students practice skip-counting by 10s from any number to complete the pattern.