Number Worksheet for Preschool

Learning numbers is an important milestone in preschoolers’ development, and mastering the numbers will allow children to learn other important skills, like how to count money, read clocks and calendars, and do basic math. Preschoolers are learning to read and write numbers.

This worksheet will help them practice writing the numbers. They can use a marker to trace over the one and then practice writing it on their own in a blank space below. The worksheet also has five fish for kids to color in.

First, try the printable number worksheet. Start by printing the number at the top of the page in large font, then ask your preschooler to circle all of the number 1’s they see on the page. Then, show them how to draw a line from each of the remaining letters to the correct corresponding number at the bottom of the page. Finally, they can color in all of the images that have that number of items in them.

Play and learn with these FREE printable math worksheets. This includes numbers 1 to 10, counting, addition, counting objects up to 10, word problems and more for preschool aged children.

Find the number 7, 2 and 9 in this picture?

Find the missing numbers?

Fun Number Activities

Kids learn more when they’re having fun, so why not make it a game?

It’s also important for them to learn by doing. Here are some simple activities you can do with your child to help them get familiar with numbers.

  1. Have them point out the numbers they see around you on signs, cars, and other places.
  2. Draw a number of items (circles, squares, etc.) on a piece of paper and have them count the items with you.
  3. Write the numbers 1 through 10 on index cards and cut them into pieces. Have your child put the numbers in order by putting the pieces together like a puzzle.
  4. Show your child how to write the numbers 1 through 10 over and over again on paper or in a notebook, either tracing or freehand depending on their skill level.
  5. Ask your child to show you how many fingers to hold up for different numbers (2 fingers for 2, 3 fingers for 3).
  6. Finally, try out this matching game. Ask your preschooler what their favorite color is, then ask them to match up each object with its corresponding number card. Talk about why they like each one and how they know what color they are.

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