# Number Recognition Activities

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Resources and activities to help teach number recognition to early learners. Australian | Curriculum | Primary | Early Childhood | Reading Phonics | Activities | Math | Science | Geography | Assessments | Resources | TpT |

Phonics ActivitiesNumber MatchingPrimary ResourcesFirst Grade Classroom

Practice matching numbers 1 - 10 with these cute ice cream cone cards. Print them and laminate them to use over and over in math centers. Students can also practice in small groups or independently. Practice number recognition, subitizing and counting in kindergarten.

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Put numbers in order with this Jack and the Beanstalk activity for kindergarten and first grade. It can also be used in prek. Students will love identifying numbers and counting objects as they put common numbers in order. This is a great fine motor activity and can be used in small groups or math centers!

Are you looking for hands-on and engaging activities to bring Valentine's Day into your Kindergarten classroom? Then you will love the Valentine's Day centers for Kindergarten shared in this blog post. There's math and literacy included and they were designed with Kindergarten skills in mind. Also included in this blog post is a super fun numbers to 100 FREEBIE that's perfect for Valentine's Day in Kindergarten! Click through to download your copy!

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Help celebrate the 100th Day of School by counting each day of school on this 100 Days of School Chart. Kids love to write the number each day on the chart and work their way right up to the 100th day! This chart is great for practicing number recognition, number writing and skip counting. Teachers can turn this chart into a daily classroom job for students to complete. This chart is a must for back to school and is a great lead up to your 100th day of school activities later in the year.

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Use these Chalkboard Number Posters to help your primary students master their numbers. Each poster includes the digit, word and the number representation in ten frames, finger counting, tallies, and unifix cubes. Numbers 1-6 are also shown through dice. Two print options available. Great for preschool, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade classroom or homeschool students. {elementary, math, digits, preK, K, first, second, third, fourth graders}

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Practice numbers in your kindergarten or prek classroom with these adorable under the sea posters to 30. Each number has a ten frame to match. Laminate and display in your classroom for young students. Practice counting and recognizing numbers 0 - 30.

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Use these fun roll and write worksheets in your math centers in kindergarten or first grade. They are also great for prek activities. Students roll to see which number to write and practice their letter formation and letter recognition. Laminate and use over and over in your math centers or assign as independent work.

Use these hands on printables to teach and reinforce number bonds with students during math centers or small groups. Students will love keeping track of their numbers by folding the paper fingers down. These are great for math fluency and easy to use in kindergarten or first grade.

Use these fun roll and write worksheets in your math centers in kindergarten or first grade. They are also great for prek activities. Students roll to see which number to write and practice their letter formation and letter recognition. Laminate and use over and over in your math centers or assign as independent work.

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This Rainbow Facts Activity is a fun and engaging way to learn and practice the rainbow facts! Your students will want to use this again and again! Practice partners of 10 with this cute worksheets and activity. Use in math centers, assign as homework or practice in small groups. Students in pre-k, kindergarten and first grade will love this activity.

Match number bonds to 10 with your kindergarten students. These printable butterflies can be laminated and placed in math centers to practice math skills. Students will master partners of 10 by matching the wings. These are great for partner work, center work or independent work.

Use these fun roll and write worksheets in your math centers in kindergarten or first grade. They are also great for prek activities. Students roll to see which number to write and practice their letter formation and letter recognition. Laminate and use over and over in your math centers or assign as independent work.

Phonics ActivitiesNumber MatchingPrimary ResourcesFirst Grade Classroom

Practice matching numbers 1 - 10 with these cute ice cream cone cards. Print them and laminate them to use over and over in math centers. Students can also practice in small groups or independently. Practice number recognition, subitizing and counting in kindergarten.

This fun activity allows students to match the numbers 1-10 with the correct quantity with a cute foldable activity. Perfect for number review. Easy to print and students can cut the folds. Place in math centers or assign as independent seat work. Students can keep these in their math folders to refer to during the unit.

Use these hands on playdoh mats in your math centers to keep students engaged. They will love practicing their letter formation with these printable mats. Just laminate and place in centers during math group time or independent time. Great for the beginning of the year or for students struggling with number recognition and formation.

Use these fun roll and write worksheets in your math centers in kindergarten or first grade. They are also great for prek activities. Students roll to see which number to write and practice their letter formation and letter recognition. Laminate and use over and over in your math centers or assign as independent work.