The following worksheets will give your students practice counting items and writing the correct number.

This section really concentrates on building observation skills. You will be given a set number of images that you will need to count. Place the number of images in the box to right. We start with a series of the same image and then we move to adding new objects that aren't completely similar and in some cases are not related at all. Each sheet contains a number of different picture tokens for the student to count.

These lessons and activities will help your elementary aged students learn and practice how to count and write down their answers by adding up different types of every-day objects they will easily recognize.

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Count and Write - Meet the Skill

Count the total number of caps and the write the total inside the box.

Count and Write - Try the Skill

Count the total number of objects given below and write the total inside the box.

Count and Write - Practice the Skill

Count the total number of objects in each case and write the number in the box.

Practice the Skill Twice

Count only the total number of squares in each case and write the total inside the space provided.

Count and Write - Show the Skill

Count only the total number of stars in each case and write the total inside the box given.

Count and Write - Warm Up

Color the apples with red color and leaves with yellow color. Count only the apples and the write their total number inside the box given.

Count and Write - Lesson

Write the number of lamps shown here.

Worksheet 3

There are a ton of containers here.

Do Now

How many pelicans do you see?

Worksheet 4

The boots are key!

Review Sheet

A nice way to go back over what you have already learned.

Count and Write - Quiz

See how this skill is really going for you.