Some revision of matching sets of fruit up to 10.
Match the sets of balls with the numbers by joining them with lines.
Count the orange and green dinosaurs on each line. There's a number line to help.
Count the planes and helicopters together to see how many aircraft there are in the sky.
Some skittles are standing, some have been knocked down, but how many are there alotogether?
Pirates help with the first steps over the number 10.
Now it's the turn of aliens to help count past 10.
Fill in the missing numbers on the leaves Colin is going to eat before he becomes a beautiful butterfly.
More counting lollies, sweets, balls etc up to 20.
Four pages of great maths to help with counting past 10.
Count on from the starter number, but there is a number line to help.
The number of fish in the sea are getting less as the penguins catch them. Count back from these larger numbers.
The frogs are trying to hop along two numbers at a time. Can you colour the numbers they land on?
Shoes nearly always come in pairs. Count up in twos to find the total numbers of shoes, slippers etc.
Rabbits have two ears, so can you count up in twos to find the total number of rabbit ears?
Count up the ten pence pieces and write the totals on the piggy banks.
Use the number grid to help find the missing numbers in the sequences.
Join Sammy and Rachel, counting along the number line.
The pirate has been putting his gold coins into piles of 10. Can you count how many he has?
Find the next three numbers in these sequences which go up in twos.
Count on in tens from the first number to the second number.
Start with the number on the card held by the dinosaur. Hold it in your head. Count back. What number do you reach?
Fill in the missing numbers in these counting in tens sequences.
The teddy will telll you how many to count back from on each card.
Count back three, four, five or six with this set of four worksheets.
Starting at ten, count back to reach the target.
Here we are counting back from teen numbers - tricky!
Count back in ones from larger 2-digit numbers
These four pages look at counting back in whole tens.
Count back in twos from 2-digit numbers.
Begin to recognise odd and even numbers.
Some of the numbers on the number grid are missing. Complete the grid and then find patterns.
Estimate where you think the arrows are pointing.
Missing numbers on a number grid from 51 to 100, plus some number patterns.
Count on in ones from these starting numbers.
Count on in twos, fives and tens on a 100 square.