## Preschool Number and Pre-Math Worksheets

#### Preschool Number Skills

At a minimum, counts and recognizes numbers 1-10.

Can group and compare items of different colors, sizes, and shapes.

Can solve simple addition and subtration within 5 using manipulatives.

Recognizes and can complete simple patterns.

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We offer a nice variety of early math and number worksheets for the preschool child. Teachers and parents use our preschool number and pre-math worksheets to introduce the concept of addition and as an introduction to numbers.

Preschool children are learning to count from 1-10 (at a minimum), sorting items into groups by shape, color, or quantity, and beginning to understand addition and subtraction. You can help develop these skills by involving your preschooler with daily tasks such as measuring ingredients when baking, counting the number of nails needed for a project, or selecting the best size trash bag for yard clean-up.

Additional pre-math worksheets and activities can be found in our collection of preschool concepts and preschool shapes worksheets.

### Preschool Number Sense Worksheets

Counting within 5

The Number 1: Worksheet A - Count and color the zoo animals and circle the set that has 1.

The Number 1: Worksheet B - Count the items in each group and circle the group that has 1.

Flowers and Bees: Numbers 1 and 2 - Students will draw leaves on the flowers and practice printing the numbers 1 and 2.

The Number 2: Worksheet A - Count and color the birds. Circle the set that shows 2.

The Number 2: Worksheet B - Count and color the farm animals. Circle the set that shows 2.

How Many Apples?: Worksheet A - Students will count the apples on the page and circle the number that tells how many.

How Many Tulips? - Students will count the tulips in the picture and circle the number that tells how many.

Count and Color Walrus - Students will count the three walrus on the page and write the number 3.

How Many Chicks? Students will color the chicks, count the chicks, and circle the number that tells how many.

Counting Fish - Students will color the picture and write the number showing how many fish are in the picture. Counting to 3.

How Many At The Zoo? - Students will count up to 3 zoo animals and circle the number that tells how many.

How Many at the Circus? - Count up to 3 circus items in each set. Circle the number that tells how many.

The Number 3: Worksheet A - Count and color the ocean creatures. Circle the set that has 3.

The Number 3: Worksheet B - Students will count up to 5 animals in each set. They will circle the sets containing 3.

Squirrel and Acorns: Numbers 3 and 4 - Students will draw acorns for the squirrels and print the numbers 3 and 4.

Birds on the Line - Students will count the birds on each clothesline and color the birds on the longest line.

Count and Color Dinosaurs: Worksheet 2 - Students will count the four dinosaurs and color three dinosaurs.

Count and Color: Sea Turtles - Students will count the sea turtles and write the number that shows how many turtles there are. Counting to 4.

Bears in the Bathtub - The preschool child will count the number of bears in each tub, write the number on the line, and color the longest tub or the tub with the most bears.

Count and Trace the Shapes: Worksheet 1 - Students will practice shape and color recognition when they trace and color each shape then write the number that tells how many. Shapes include the circle, oval, square, rectangle, and triangle.

The Number 4: Worksheet A - Count and color the reptiles in each set and circle the set that has 4.

The Number 4: Worksheet B - Students will count and color the dinosaurs in each set and identify the sets that have 4.

How Many Apples?: Worksheet B - Students will count the apples on the page and circle the number that tells how many.

Hidden Pictures: Worksheet 1 - Students will find, count, and write the number of hidden bees, sun, fish, and ducks found in the picture.

Count and Color Birds - Students will count the birds and write the number of birds shown in the picture.

Popular Pet Tally - Students will draw tally marks to represent the number of pets in each group. They will count the pets and circle the number that shows how many are in each group.

Favorite Toy Tally - Count the toys and represent the count using tally marks.

Favorite Fruit Tally - Students will count the fruit and represent the count using tally marks. They will also circle the number that tells how many fruits are in each group.

Favorite Sport Tally - Count the sports equipment and represent the count using tally marks. Circle the number that shows how many items are in each group.

Dinosaur Tally - Students will use tally marks to count the dinosaurs in each group and circle the number that tells how many.

Apple Theme Numbers and Colors - The ten worksheets in this set incorporate counting to 5, coloring, following directions, scissor skills, and recognizing the colors red and green.

Count and Color Dinosaurs: Worksheet 1 - Students will practice counting and writing numbers to 5.

Count and Color Series II: Worksheets 1-2 - Students will color up to five items from each box to match the numbers shown.

Counting Crustaceans - Students will count the crustaceans in each row and circle the number that tells how many.

Count and Circle: Worksheet 1 - Your child will reinforce counting skills and practice pencil control when they circle the correct number of items in each row.

Matching Objects to Numbers: Worksheet 2 - Count the items in each set and draw a line to the number that tells how many.

Dino Numbers 1-5 - Students will write the numerals 1-5 on each dinosaur and follow directions to circle or color other dinosaurs.

Counting Fun: Worksheet 3 - Your child will read each question and fill in the correct bubble to answer the question. This worksheet serves as practice for standardized tests as well as reinforcing counting skills to 5.

Counting Turtles - Counting these cute turtles will help your child practice counting to five. They will improve their pencil control when they write the numerals 1-5.

Counting to Five Worksheet 1 - Students will gain pencil control and practice writing numbers when they count the animals in each row and write the count in a box.

Counting to Five Worksheet 2 - Students will count up to five articles of clothing in each row and write the number of each in the box.

Counting to Five Worksheet 3 - Students will practice writing the numerals 1-5 as they count the vehicles and write the total in the box.

Counting to Five: Worksheet 4 - Students will have fun counting the friendly insects and writing the number in the box!

Five Farm Friends - Draw additional animals in each row to make sets of 5.

Counting Tools - Students will identify, count, and write the number that tells how many tools are in each group.

How Many Apples?: Worksheet C - Students will count the apples on the page and circle the number that tells how many.

Counting Dots to 5 - Students will trace the numerals 1 through 5, count the dots on each ladybug, and draw a line to match the ladybug with the correct number.

Count and Color Circus Pups - Students will count within 5 to answer the questions about these funny circus pups.

The Number 5: Worksheet A - Students will count and color the clothing in each set, then circle the set containing 5 articles of clothing.

The Number 5: Worksheet B - Count the aminals in each group and circle the groups of 5 animals.

Snowflake Match: Worksheet Set 1 - The first worksheet in this set requires students to count the snowflakes to 5 and draw a line to the matching numeral. On the second worksheet, students will count the snowflakes and draw a line to the matching number word.

Apple Tree Number Trace: Numbers 1-5 - Trace the numbers 1 through 5.

Christmas How Many? Worksheet 1 - Students will count the Christmas objects from 1-5 and circle the number that tells how many.

Counting within 10

Chimpanzee Numbers 5 and 6: Worksheets 1-2 - Students will draw bananas for the chimps and practice printing the numbers 5 and 6.

How Many Worms? - Students will practice counting to six and circle the number that tells how many worms are pictured.

The Number 6: Worksheet A - Color the dinosaurs in each set and circle the set that has 6.

Counting on the Farm - Your child will examine the farm scene and count a variety of items and write "how many" of each they see.

How Many Apples?: Worksheet D - Students will count the apples on the page and circle the number that tells how many.

How Many Dinosaurs?: Worksheet 1 - Students will count up to 6 dinosaurs in each group and circle the number that tells how many.

Easter How Many: A Counting Worksheet - Students will practice counting objects to 6 and circle the number that tells how many.

How Many Dinosaurs?: Worksheet 2 - Students will count up to 7 dinosaurs on this full color worksheet.

Number 7: Worksheet B - Count the fish in each group and identify the groups of 7 fish.

Happy Shapes - This fun worksheet reinforces shape and color recognition while counting to 7.

Counting Practice: 4-7 - Students will count 4-7 items in each group and circle the number that tells how many.

Seven Fruits - Students will name each fruit and draw additional pieces of fruit in each row to make a total of 7.

Acrobat Jugglers - Students will follow the directions and color two balls green, two balls red, two balls blue, and one ball yellow. Then they will count the balls and write the number in the box.

Bee Numbers 7 and 8 - Students will draw 7 or 8 items as directed and practice tracing and printing the numbers 7 and 8.

Number 8: Worksheet B - Count the sports equipment in each group and identify the groups of 8.

How Many Clowns? - Count the clowns and write the number on the line.

Number 9: Worksheet B - Count the sea creatures in each group and identify the groups of 9 sea creatures.

Cupcake Fun - Students will draw candles on the cupcakes to reflect the number printed on each cupcake.

Dog Bone Numbers 9 and 10 - Students will draw the correct number of dog bones and practice printing the numbers 9 and 10.

Count and Match: Apples and Numbers - Children will count the apples on each tree and draw a line to the traceable number that tells "how many."

Apple Tree Number Trace: Numbers 1-10 - Trace the numerals 1-10 and color the happy apple tree and bunnies!

Number 10: Worksheet B - Count the insects in each group and identify the groups of 10 insects.

Apple Connect-the-Dots - Students will connect the dots from 1 to 10 to complete the picture of an apple.

Count and Color Series II: Worksheets 3-4 - Students will practice counting to ten and improve fine motor skills when they color items to match each number shown.

Fingers and Toes - Students will number the fingers and toes from 1-10.

Dinosaur Dots - Students will count up to 10 dots on each dinosaur and write that numeral on the line.

Number Practice 1-10 Worksheet Set - When completing each of the ten worksheets in this packet, students will practice saying and writing the numbers 1-10 and number words one-ten.

Count and Color One through Ten - Each of the ten worksheets in this set focus on a different number from 1-10 and provide students with practice counting as well as enhancement of fine motor skills when they trace and print each number and number word.

Snowflake Match: Worksheet Set 2 - This set includes two worksheets. Students will count snowflakes to 10 and match each group to the correct number word or numeral.

Telephone Dot-to-Dot - Connect the dots from 1-10 to complete the picture of a telephone.

Count and Color: Mushroom - Students will count the total number of spots on the mushroom and color certain spots as directed using red, blue, green, and yellow.

How Many Worms? Worksheet 2 - Count the worms, and circle the number that tells how many.

Counting Candy Worksheet 1 - Count 5-10 pieces of candy in each group, and circle the number that tells how many.

Counting Candy Worksheet 2 - This worksheets was made for color printers. Count 5-10 pieces of candy and circle the number that tells how many.

Counting and Matching: Circus - Students will recognize 3, 4, 5, and 6 circus items in a group.

Count and Color Buttons - Students will draw five buttons on a shirt then count all of the buttons on the page. Counting to 10.

Counting Practice: Worksheet 2 - Students will count 7-10 items in a group and circle the number that tells how many.

I'm Learning About Numbers: Dogs - This twenty page packet includes a variety of worksheets with a fun dog theme for learning about the numbers 1-10.

Christmas How Many? Worksheet 2 - Count Christmas objects from 6-10, and circle the number that tells how many.

Valentine Count Worksheet 2 - Count up to 10 items, and write the number in the box.

Counting within 20

Color and Print: Numbers 1-20 - Students will color each numeral and write it on the line.

Count and Color Dogs - Students will count to 15, write the number, and color the dogs.

Ordinal numbers

Count and Color Kittens - Students will recognize the first, last, and middle kittens, reinforce their color recognition skills, and count to 3 when they follow the directions for coloring the kittens.

Six Birds - Students will follow directions and gain an understanding of the position of first and last as well as second-fifth when they color the birds on this math worksheet.

Preschool Number Books and Flash Cards

Flash Cards 1-100 - This set of color flash cards feature numerals 1-100 as well as the number words one through one hundred.

My Turtle Number Book - Print and assemble this fun number book to provide students practice recognizing, tracing, and writing the numerals 1-10.

The Apple Tree Book - This twenty page counting book includes apples that children can color, cut and paste onto each tree. Included are instructions, use ideas, apples to color, and pages for the numbers 1-20.

Pepperoni Pizza: Counting to 10 Booklet - Print this little book for preschoolers to paste pepperoni pieces on pizza pies according to the number the chef indicates. File includes ideas for adapting the book to use with multiple students.

One More Friend - Students will count 3 animal friends in one picture and 4 animal friends in another picture. They will then complete equations showing 3 + 1 to recognize and understand the concept of "one more".