# Eduprintables

### counting to 10

This is an easy, fun way for the kids to get some energy out while practicing counting to 10, listening carefully and paying attention. Kids take turns reading cards aloud and performing the actions written on each card. To prepare:… Continue Reading →

Cut out the two circles with the dotted lines and place them on the circles with the solid lines. Player 1 decides on a mystery number, writes it down a piece of paper and doesn’t show it to the other… Continue Reading →

We combine two skills in this eduprintable covering numbers up to 10: comparing numbers and writing tally marks. For each group of numbers, circle the smaller number and write tally marks representing each number. Here’s what a completed worksheet looks… Continue Reading →

We combine two skills in this eduprintable covering numbers up to 20: comparing numbers and writing tally marks. For each group of numbers, circle the smaller number and write tally marks representing each number. Here’s what a completed worksheet looks… Continue Reading →

We combine two skills in this eduprintable covering numbers up to 10: comparing numbers and writing tally marks. For each group of numbers, circle the larger number and write tally marks representing each number. Here’s what a completed worksheet looks… Continue Reading →

We combine two skills in this eduprintable covering numbers up to 20: comparing numbers and writing tally marks. For each group of numbers, circle the larger number and write tally marks representing each number. Here’s what a completed worksheet looks… Continue Reading →

In this activity, your students will practice writing and recognizing numbers up to 10 by writing in the missing numbers. In this advanced version, 6 numbers are missing. In the beginner version, 3 numbers are missing. This eduprintable includes both… Continue Reading →

In this activity, your students will practice writing and recognizing numbers up to 10 by writing in the missing numbers. In this beginner version, 3 numbers are missing. In the advanced version, 6 numbers are missing. This eduprintable includes both… Continue Reading →

Print My Number Diary, Numbers 1 to 10, and clip or staple it together, going down the side to create a book. Introduce the number diary to your students and ask them to write their name on the cover page…. Continue Reading →