Worksheet Set  Mastering Numeration 1


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1 Worksheet Set  Mastering Numeration 1 SKILLS COVERED: Counting to 10 Wri en Forms of Numbers to 10 Number Order to 100 Count by Ones, Twos, Fives and Tens to 100 Addition to 20 Subtraction from
2 COUNTING to 10 How many circles do you see? I see _ circles. How many triangles do you see? I see _ triangles. How many squares do you see? I see _ squares.
3 COUNTING to 10 How many circles do you see? I see _ circles. How many triangles do you see? I see _ triangles. How many squares do you see? I see _ squares.
4 COUNTING to 10 Draw 5 circles. Draw 8 triangles. Draw 9 squares.
5 COUNTING to 10 Draw 10 circles. Draw 4 triangles. Draw 6 squares.
6 WRITTEN FORMS OF NUMBERS to 10 Match the numbers with their wri en forms. five seven eight two one nine six three ten four
7 WRITTEN FORMS OF NUMBERS to 10 Write the wri en forms of the numbers you see
8 WRITTEN FORMS OF NUMBERS to 10 Write the number forms of the words you see. two seven six eight one three ten five four nine
9 NUMBER ORDER to 100 Circle the biggest number Circle the biggest number Circle the biggest number Circle the biggest number Circle the biggest number Circle the biggest number
10 NUMBER ORDER to 100 Circle the smallest number Circle the smallest number Circle the smallest number Circle the smallest number Circle the smallest number Circle the smallest number
11 NUMBER ORDER to 100 Count from 4 to 9. 4,,,,, 9 Count from 8 to 13. 8,,,,, 13 Count from 19 to ,,,,, 24 Count from 35 to ,,,,, 40 Count from 61 to ,,,,, 66 Count from 77 to ,,,,, 81
12 NUMBER ORDER to 100 Fill in the missing numbers: 14, 15,, 17,, 19, 20, Fill in the missing numbers: 66,, 68, 69,, 71,, 73 Fill in the missing numbers: 8, 9,,,, 13,, 15 Count backwards and fill in the missing numbers: 10, 9, 8,,,,, Count backwards and fill in the missing numbers: 57, 56, 55,,,, Count backwards and fill in the missing numbers: 94, 93, 92,,,,
13 NUMBER ORDER to 100 Put these numbers in the right order: 9, 5, 3, 1, 6, 7,,,,, Put these numbers in the right order: 18, 8, 3, 15, 10, 9,,,,, Put these numbers in the right order: 25, 13, 41, 36, 10, 40,,,,, Put these numbers in the right order: 63, 51, 14, 29, 85, 12,,,,, Put these numbers in the right order: 72, 59, 44, 75, 79, 71,,,,, Put these numbers in the right order: 84, 91, 90, 80, 99, 88,,,,,
14 COUNT BY ONES and TWOS to 100 Count by ones. Fill in the missing numbers. 5, 6, 7,,,,,, Count by ones. Fill in the missing numbers. 26, 27, 28,,,,, Count by twos. Fill in the missing numbers. 4, 6, 8,,,,,, Count by twos. Fill in the missing numbers. 45, 47, 49,,,,, Count by twos. Fill in the missing numbers. 85, 87, 89,,,, Count by twos. Fill in the missing numbers. 15, 17, 19,,,,
15 COUNT BY FIVES to 100 Count by fives. Fill in the missing numbers. 5, 10, 15,,,,,, Count by fives. Fill in the missing numbers. 20, 25, 30,,,,, Count by fives. Fill in the missing numbers. 8, 13, 18,,,,,, Count by fives. Fill in the missing numbers. 11, 16, 21,,,,, Count by fives. Fill in the missing numbers. 64, 69, 74,,,, Count by fives. Fill in the missing numbers. 37, 42, 47,,,,
16 COUNT BY TENS to 100 Count by tens. Fill in the missing numbers. 10, 20, 30,,,,, Count by tens. Fill in the missing numbers. 30, 40, 50,,,,, Count by tens. Fill in the missing numbers. 22, 32, 42,,,,, Count by tens. Fill in the missing numbers. 35, 45, 55,,,, Count by tens. Fill in the missing numbers. 3, 13, 23,,,, Count by tens. Fill in the missing numbers. 29, 39, 49,,,,
17 4 + 2 = Worksheet  Mastering Numeration 1 ADDITION to 20 Add the numbers: = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
18 31 = Worksheet  Mastering Numeration 1 SUBTRACTION from 10 Subtract the numbers: 21 = 52 = 63 = 42 = 54 = 72 = 81 = 74 = 93 = 84 = 76 = 95 = 83 = 75 = 87 = 92 = 98 = 97 = 85 =
19 MONEY  COINS Match the coins with their names. dime nickel penny quarter
20 MONEY  COINS Match the coins with their values. 25 cents 10 cents 5 cents 1 cent
21 MONEY  COINS How much money is here? There are cents here. How much money is here? There are cents here. How much money is here? There are cents here.
22 MONEY  COINS How much money is here? There are cents here. How much money is here? There are cents here. How much money is here? There are cents here.
Worksheet Set  Mastering Numeration 2
Worksheet Set  Mastering Numeration 2 SKILLS COVERED: Wri en Forms of Numbers to 20 Number Order to 100 Count by Ones, Twos, Fives and Tens to 100 Addition Facts to 20 Addition: 1 digit to 2 digits, 2
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