The following activity sheets will give your kindergarten students practice in completing simple number sequences.

Many people consider number sequencing to just be counting, but they differ a great deal. Numbers can have different patterns that can be common or more difficult to detect. Most patterns deal with adding and subtracting parts. A pattern of numbers will have a common likeness or difference. The key is to find that hole in the pattern. These worksheets explain how to complete simple number sequences. Prompts may appear at the beginning, end, or middle of the sequence. There are no skip counting questions.

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Number Sequencing Worksheets

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Number Sequencing Lesson and Practice

Problem: Determine which number is missing from the shape and fill in the missing number(s). Start from the value where you can spot the start of something that is missing. Fill the blanks in consecutive sequence.


Students will complete the watermelon simple number sequences. Ten problems are provided.


Ten baseball glove filled problems are provided. They are sequences of seven numbers, but only have two values to work off of.

Review and Practice

A sample problem is solved and six practice problems are provided that follow what is provided for you.


People always ask us what this image is. It was meant to be a realistic view of a human heart, but it looks more like a hot water bottle. Complete the sequences, either way!

Skill Check

Working with the same background image, students will complete the number sequences. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.