# Eduprintables

### numbers

In this activity, your students will practice counting to 5 by cutting out the number boxes in the Number Bank and pasting them in the correct order in the empty boxes, to complete a set of 5. Your students will… Continue Reading →

Counting and thinking about numbers using five frames is such a helpful way to learn number facts and develop number sense. In this eduprintable your students will answer two types of questions using five frames: How many dots (or other… Continue Reading →

Counting and thinking about numbers using ten frames is such a helpful way to learn number facts and develop number sense. In this eduprintable your students will answer two types of questions using ten frames: How many dots (or other… Continue Reading →

Counting and thinking about numbers using ten frames is such a helpful way to learn number facts and develop number sense. In this eduprintable your students will answer two types of questions using ten frames: How many dots (or other… Continue Reading →

A fun little exercise for your pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students learning to identify numbers 1 to 20. Color in each numbered shape using the color matching the number from the color chart. Colors used are red, orange, yellow, green and… Continue Reading →

A fun little exercise for your pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students learning to identify numbers 1 to 10. Color in each numbered shape using the color matching the number from the color chart. Colors used are red, orange, yellow, green and… Continue Reading →

A fun little exercise for your pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students learning to identify numbers 1 to 5. Color in each numbered shape using the color matching the number from the color chart. Colors used are red, orange, yellow, green and… Continue Reading →

A fun little exercise for your pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students learning to identify numbers 1 to 3. Color in each numbered shape using the color matching the number from the color chart. Colors used are red, orange and yellow. Here’s… Continue Reading →