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Printable Numbers Worksheets for Kindergarten:

Learning the Number 0

Counting Objects 0 to 3

Counting Objects to 4

Counting Objects to 5

Counting Objects to 6

Counting Objects to 7

Counting Objects to 8

Counting Objects to 9

Counting Objects to 10

Counting and writing numbers from 0 to 3 is a foundational skill for kindergarten students.

- Counting Objects:

Have students count a corresponding number of objects for each number from 0 to 3. For example:

Show 0 fingers and say “zero."

Show 1 finger and say “one."

Show 2 fingers and say “two."

Show 3 fingers and say “three." - Number Recognition:

Practice number recognition by randomly showing or holding up a numeral card (0 to 3) and asking students to identify the number. - Counting Numbers (0 to 3):

Ask students to arrange the numbers from 0 to 3 in ascending and descending order. You can use visual aids such as number cards, a number line, or simply have them practice saying the numbers in the correct order. - Writing Numbers (0 to 3):

Encourage students to practice writing each number individually. Provide tracing sheets with dotted numbers for them to follow, or guide them through forming the numbers using a chalkboard or whiteboard.

By combining these activities, kindergarten students can develop a strong foundation in counting and writing numbers from 0 to 3, setting the stage for further number exploration.

Have a look at this video if you need to review the numbers 0 to 3.

Click on the following worksheet to get a printable pdf document.

Scroll down the page for more **Count Numbers 0 to 3 Worksheets**.

(Answers on the second page.)

Count Numbers 0 to 3 Worksheet #1

Count Numbers 0 to 3 Worksheet #2

Count Numbers 0 to 3 Worksheet #3

Count Numbers 0 to 3 Worksheet #4

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