This is the first of 3 African animal counting worksheets for early learners - and I think they will enjoy them! Count the animals and write the total in the box. Available in colour or black and white.
First Counting Worksheets
Our counting worksheets make learning to count fun, with fun pictures and variety. For each "set" you will find three levels of worksheet. Why not laminate the colour versions for repeat use in the classroom?
Count up the African animals and write the totals in the boxes. What a fun worksheet for the kids! Why not laminate it for repeat use?
This lovely worksheet, with its higgledy-piggledy African animal collection, makes counting fun! You can print it in either colour or black and white.
Count the apples and write the correct number in the box on the right. This is the first and simplest of three apple counting worksheets.
Count the apples and write the correct number in the box. This is the second of three apple counting worksheets for the kids to try.
Here is our third (and most challenging) apple counting worksheet. Children are asked to count the red, green and yellow apples and write the correct number in the boxes.
Here's the simplest of three counting worksheets using autumn leaves. Count the number of leaves in each row, and write the total in the box. We've got colour or black and white versions.
Available in colour or black and white, this autumn themed worksheet asks the kids to count the leaves in each row and write the total in the box.
Here's a challenge for the kids! Total up each type of autumn leaf and write the totals in the boxes. Choose from colour or black and white versions.
Give the kids a collection of pegs and ask them to count the number of autumn objects on each card, then "clip" the correct number. A fun way to practise counting skills! There are 20 peg cards in this set.
Start the children off with the first of our British Wildlife counting worksheets. Count the total of each row and write the number in the box.
There are six different types of wildlife creatures to count on this fun worksheet, which is available in both colour or black and white. Count and write the total in the box.
This fun worksheet challenges the children to count up each category of wildlife and write the total in the boxes. Lots of fun! We have a colour version as well as a black and white version available.
This worksheet asks children to count the spots on the butterfly - first as a whole, and then wing by wing. It then asks whether the children notice anything. Use it as a starting point to discuss symmetry and doubling, perhaps.
Here's a simple activity for children learning to count up to 20. Count the spots! We have both colour and black and white versions of this page.
Count the Christmas pictures and use a clothes peg to peg the correct number, up to 20. There are 5 pages in this pdf file, so 20 peg cards to cut out in total.
Count the shapes to colour in the correct number - somewhere between 11 and 20. This worksheet will keep the kids busy for a while. UK and US versions available.
This colourful set of worksheets encourages children to count on from 10 by providing a set of 10 pictures or counters on a ten frame, and then some more..
These worksheets are a little different from our first set although they look similar. On this set of 4 (available in US versions too) we ask children to colour in the extra counters needed to make the number in the box.
Our third set of "count on from 10" worksheets sticks with the 10 frame + more format, but this time asks children to fill in the missing numbers of an addition sum underneath the illustration.
Count the Easter pictures and write the correct number in the box on this colourful Easter worksheet.
Count the Easter pictures and write the correct number in the box. This counting worksheet is one of three we have with an Easter theme.
Here's our trickiest Easter counting worksheet! How many bunnies, chicks, baskets and eggs can the kids count?
Kids will have fun counting the cows, horses, sheep and pigs on this farm animals counting worksheet!
This lovely jumbly worksheet contains pictures of our cute farm animals for the kids to count up! Why not laminate it for repeat use? Available in colour or black and white.
Here is a different sort of puzzle, which asks children to count carefully in an attempt to help Father Christmas find a lost key. There is practice of up, down, left and right too.
Encourage the children to practise their counting skills with this colourful worksheet - can they count the number of each pretty flower?
What a colourful counting page! Can the children count the number of each flower and write the number in the box provided?
This lovely worksheet, full of pretty flowers, is a really enjoyable counting activity for the kids!
Practise counting with these pretty flower number match up cards! Print out the five pages in the PDF file onto some card, cut each pair in half then mix up and give to the kids to reassemble.
Here's some simple counting fun for younger kids. Count up the football themed pictures and write the total in the box.
Here's the most challenging of our three football counting worksheets. Children may want to mark off each object as they count it, before writing the correct totals in the green boxes.
Start the kids counting their fruit with the first of three fruit counting worksheets! Count the number in each row and write the number in the box on the right.
Have some fun with this fruit counting worksheet. How many oranges, bananas, apples, pineapples, strawberries, and pears?
Our fruit counting worksheet 3 is the trickiest! We ask children to identify and count each type of fruit, then write their answer in the boxes.
How many ghosts in each line? Children should count them up and write the correct number in the box on the right.
Can the kids count the ghosts in each line, and write the correct number in the box on the right? This is the second of our ghost counting worksheets.
Here is the third of our ghost counting worksheets, and the trickiest. Count up the total of each type of ghost and write the number in the box. Children might want to cross out each ghost as they count them to help them keep track.
Here's a colourful worksheet that'll soon have the kids flying with their counting skills! Can they count the number of bows on the tail of each kite?
Can the children draw the correct number of bows equal to the number on each kite? A fun way to practise counting!
This bright and cheerful kite worksheet makes counting practise fun! Can the children match the tails with the correct number of bows to the kites?
These fun worksheets present a collection of colourful objects in various arrays. We ask the kids to loop 10 of them together, then count on to find the total. There are 4 in the set, and they come in UK and US versions.
Children will enjoy totting up the number of each minibeast and writing the answer in the box on this fun counting worksheet.
Practise counting skills with the kids with our fun minibeast counting worksheet. We've got butterflies, bees, spiders, snails and more little creatures to count...
Count the objects and then write the number and the number word below. These 2 worksheets give children practice with numbers 11 to 20 - with lots of yummy food to count!
These cute little pandas have numbers on their tummies and a selection of three number words besides them. Choose the correct number word and circle it.
Count the Olympic pictures and write the correct number in the box at the right of every line. A fun early years worksheet for the Olympic classroom!
Here is the second of our Olympic counting worksheets. Kids should count the images in each line and then write the correct number in the box.
Our third Olympic themed counting worksheet ask the kids to sort and count the jumbled up pictures and write the correct number for each one in the box.
We've got fish, tortoises, dogs and goldfish to count on this fun pet animal counting worksheet. If you choose the black and white version you can colour the pictures yourself.
This must be one of our cutest counting worksheets! Can the kids count the number of each animal and write it in the box?
How many cats, dogs and goldfish can the kids count on our pet animal counting worksheet? Choose from two versions below: colour, or black and white.
For the first of our royal counting worksheets, kids are asked to count the royal symbols and write the correct number in the box on the right.
Here's our second royal counting worksheet, offering more counting practice for the kids. Write the correct number in the box on the right.
Our third royal counting worksheet presents children with a jumble of objects and asks them to count carefully then write the totals at the top of the page.
Here's the first of three rugby counting worksheets. Choose the level appropriate for your child, or work through them all.
Count up the rugby-themed pictures and write the number in the box. Fun for the Rugby World Cup perhaps?
Here's the third, and trickiest, of our rugby counting worksheets. Count up each type of picture carefully and write the correct numbers in the boxes.
Worksheet 1 of our sea creature counting worksheets asks children to count the sea creatures in each row, and write the correct number in the box.
Here are six sets of sea creatures to count up. Children then write the correct number in the box to the right.
Count up the sea creatures on this lovely jumbly worksheet, and write the correct number in the boxes. Why not laminate the colour version for repeat use?
Here's the first of our counting worksheets with a seaside theme, with numbers up to 6. Count the objects and fill in the correct number in the box.
Count the pictures and write the number in the box. A fun seaside worksheet! Available in colour or black and white below.
Here's a fun counting worksheet for the kids with a seaside, summery theme. Count the objects and write the correct numbers in the boxes.
This Valentines Day counting worksheet features colourful sets of hearts for young children to practise their counting skills on.
The third and hardest of our Valentine's Day counting worksheets asks children to count up the hearts by colour.
Start the kids off with our first vegetable counting worksheet. Count the veg and write the correct number in the box…
Here is a slightly more challenging counting worksheet featuring a selection of yummy vegetables! It's available in either colour or black and white below
We all know that we should be eating 5 servings of fruit and veg a day - but can the kids count the veg on our third vegetable counting worksheet? Write the answers in the boxes.
Here's a fun worksheet to practise counting with a weather theme. The children need to count the weather picture and write the correct number in the box on the right.
Available in colour or black and white, this weather-themed worksheet asks the kids to count the pictures in each row and write the total in the box.