Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets


Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets

Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets

Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets

Numbers 1-10 Activity Worksheets packet contains many different basic math concepts for preschoolers, kindergarten, and homeschooling. Counting, number recognition, and practice writing numbers 1-10. Identifying different shapes, colors, and following directions. Number recognition practice by matching the number of objects to the number written. Included are two pages of addition problems and a printable counting chart of the numbers 1-10.

First Teachers color key code for handwriting is included.

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Printable Tracing Guide for Numbers and Letters


Printable tracing guide for writing numbers and letters can help parents teach preschoolers through kindergarteners how to write the letters of the alphabet and numbers. You may also be interested in http://www.scribd.com/doc/51119394/Printable-Practice-Writing-the-Lowercase-Alphabet-Activity or http://www.scribd.com/doc/52034316/Printable-Writing-Numbers-Activity. Handwriting is becoming a lost art form. Technology has enabled us to no longer have a need to set pen to paper. Encourage your older children to write.

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Printable Create a Calendar


It does not need to be January for your preschooler or kindergartener to enjoy learning days of the week and months of the year by printing a calendar they can color and decorate of their own. Add your family and friend’s birthdays, anniversary, play dates and events for your child to countdown. Have fun! Get creative! Use a different color to write with for each member of your family.

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Printable American Sign Language Flashcards


Communicate with people having a hearing disability. Adults and young children do not need to be deaf to learn sign language. Begin at the beginning with the alphabet. Printable American Sign Language Flashcards can be printed out on cardstock paper for durability.

 

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