Here's a simple worksheet which asks children to match the numbers on the left to the number words on the right by drawing a line between them.
Recognising Numbers Worksheets
These fun number recognition worksheets help children to learn the shape of each number and provides practice at writing it and the number word. Children can then learn to understand the number with a mixture of counting, drawing and colouring activities. Use the worksheets alongside some "real objects" - perhaps counters, farm animal toys, buttons and so on - for more counting practice and one to one correspondence.
Match up the numbers on the left with the number words on the right to get some practice with 11 to 20...
The idea of 0 can be a tricky concept. This "recognising numbers" worksheet will give children practice in writing and recognising the digit and word and help to reinforce the concept of zero or nothing.
This simple worksheet is designed to help young children with recognising numbers. On this worksheet, the number is one.
Can children recognise how many fingers and toes make 10? That's just one of the activities on this recognising numbers worksheet.
Children can practise their number skills with some drawing and counting fun, on this recognising numbers worksheet.
Can your child recognise the number 3? This simple worksheet will help them practice writing the digit and counting to 3.
Reinforce number recognition with tracing and drawing activities. This worksheet looks at the number 4.
Trace the numbers and then draw and colour the creatures on this recognising numbers worksheet, working on the number 5.
Our recognising numbers worksheet 6 asks children to draw in 6 legs, six tentacles and enough snails to make 6!
There is a plant and flower theme going on on this recognising the number 7 worksheet! How will your child do?