# Kindergarten Math Number Sense Worksheets

#### More about this resource

These number practice printables can be used as a fun way to incorporate teaching numbers in your classroom.

They are perfect for a quick grab-n-go center, in morning tubs or even as an early finisher activity!

A fun and engaging way to practice identifying, writing, and counting numbers to 50.

What’s included?

**Number Practice Printables for each number 0-20
**Students will:

- Learn a poem for correct number formation for the numbers 0-10
- Trace and write the number
- Show the number in a tens frame
- Color the number word
- Find the number
- Color the correct amount of cubes
- Hop to the correct number
- Solve a number equation
- Write a sentence using the number word
- Draw a picture to match
- Color the correct amount of stars
- Decompose the number by tens and ones

***Please note- The numbers five and fifteen have two versions, depending on whether you teach your students to write the number five starting with the horizontal or vertical line.***

This download also includesย **CUSTOMIZABLE practice pages**ย for you to add in your own number poems. You will need PowerPoint in order to edit these pages.

**Number Practice Printables for each number 21-50**

Students will:

- Trace and write the number
- Show the number in a tens frame
- Color the number word {for numbers 21-40}
- Find the number using crayon, marker, or highlighter
- Color the correct amount of cubes
- Hop to the correct number on the number line
- Decompose the number by tens and ones
- Color the correct amount of base ten blocks
- Represent the number by drawing sticks for tens and circles for ones

**PLUS! Number sense printables:**

- Color, Count, Cut & Glue numbers 1-10
- Count & Dab numbers 1-10
- Trace, Count & Glue numbers 1-10
- Fill it in- ten frames numbers 1-20
- Color, Count, & Write numbers 11-20
- Count & Color numbers 11-20

These activities meet CCSS:

K.CC.A.1: Know number names and sequence. Can count to 100 by 1s.

K.CC.A.3 Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

K.CC.B.4 Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.

K.NBT.1 Compose and Decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into tens and ones.