Hundreds of maths worksheets for children ages 4 and 5. Starting with some fun and simple counting and number worksheets to build confidence in maths from an early age. Browse the categories or jump right into our most popular worksheets.

We have arranged all our Early Reception Maths Worksheets (age 4-5) into the following categories. Each has many resources within so why not jump in and explore the site?

- Counting and Matching
- Early Counting
- Writing Number as Digits
- Writing Numbers as Words
- Counting On and Back
- Number Lines
- Ordering Numbers
- More or Less

Our most popular Early Reception Maths Worksheets (age 4-5). Each of these resources has been selected due to the number of times they have been viewed by our members.

These great, coloured pages will help your child to count up to 5 and become confident with small numbers. Enjoy counting and colouring the cheeky gorillas.

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The very earliest work with number is incredibly important and here we have a set of worksheets which helps with recognising the numbers from 1 to 5. You will need a set of crayons so that the leaves can be coloured correctly.

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This is for the really early starters with maths who have learnt to say the numbers up to 5. These great, coloured pages will help your child to count up to 5 and become confident with small numbers. Enjoy counting and colouring the apples, as well as the other sets on this section which includes gorillas, teddies and much more, with over 20 pages to choose from.

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Colour up to 3 cats and dogs.

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When writing the number 1 always start at the top and make a straight line down to the line. It can slope slightly from right to left. Start by tracing over the grey number 1 with your finger, then use a thick crayon to draw over the number. Practise again and again using our other pages on writing the number 1.

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It might seem easy to us, but young children need plenty of practice at counting on and back, starting from different numbers. The first set of Counting on in Ones pages asks children to write down the next two numbers in a sequence.

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When writing the number 2 always start at the top and make a lovely curve round and then along line. Start by tracing over the grey number 2 with your finger, then use a thick crayon to draw over the number. Practise again and again using our other pages on writing the number 2.

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We all know adults who write numbers in weird and wonderful ways that are almost impossible to read. I’m left handed and start several numbers in the wrong place, which makes them look odd and difficult to read. It’s vital that children learn the correct way to form their numbers, just as it is important to form their letters correctly. Make sure your children get the best possible start by using our writing numbers as digits worksheets.

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