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Monday, October 24, 2011

Number Recognition Printables 1-30





Just thought I would share some printables for numbers 0-30. I was looking for something that incorporated a little more than just writing numbers and showing one type of value. I know they are very basic, but I am going to use them with some of my HeidiSongs printables like the number songs, number cards,  as well as, our number poems for each number in order to create a packet for each number. Plus, my students can use information from our anchor charts to fill in some of the worksheets. This will help them be a little more accountable when the chart is being created. Numbers 1-10 are all the same format. The numbers 11-30 have a few different elements to help with base ten, greater than/less than, counting from a given number, etc. 

Click here or on the pictures below to download these from my TpT store for only $2.
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23 comments:

  1. These are just what my chaps need. Thanks for sharing your idea!

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  2. These are fabulous! Thanks for sharing!

    Mrs. Krull
    Of Primary Importance

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  3. Wonderful, just what I was looking for! Mrs. Button

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  4. LOVE these worksheets! Thanks!

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  5. Boootiful & Spooktacular (hey, just going with the season, here!) Thanks Marlana. God bless you & all those you hold dear. These are very helful.

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  6. Thanks for sharing these...they are great!

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  7. Marlene, I love how adorable these worksheets are. What program do you use to make your materials? Did you purchase a special font/clipart package? I would love to share some of my materials online but I'm searching for a better way to make materials than Microstoft Word.

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  8. These work in perfectly for us!! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Thank you for your sweet comments! You've made my day! When I used one of the pages with my students today, one little guy said, "This feels like we're doing REAL math." :) Too cute!

    Maria, I created these with Microsoft Word. The fonts I used are CK Handprint, Doodle Tipsy, Primer Print, Print Clearly Dashed, and Smiley Monster. I think all of them were downloaded for free, too. I create all of my things with Microsoft Word and some graphics/pictures using PhotoShop, then I convert them to PDF files and upload them to Google Docs. I hope this helps a little.

    Blessings,
    Marlana
    Lil' Country Kindergarten

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  10. These look perfect! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Love the number activity pages! Thank you a bunch for sharing.

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  12. Thanks for sharing! These will be a great addition to my number activities!

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  13. LOVE IT! Thanks sooo much for sharing!!

    Sarah

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  14. OHH! These are Awesome!!

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  15. These are wonderful! Just what some of my kinders need!
    Megan

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  16. what a great tool! thanks so much for sharing the love!

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  17. These worksheets are amazing! They touch on so many math skills in just one sheet! I wish you had 21-30 worksheets also :)

    Thank you!

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  18. These have been a tremendous help to my students. My co-workers fell in love with them when they saw them. I would love to have 21-30 too!
    Thanks you so much!

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  19. These are awesome! Thanks for sharing!

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  20. These will be great for my students with special needs. Thanks so much!

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  21. These activity sheets look great. Unfortunately when I try to download, there are black stripes across the pages and a lot of the text missing. I wonder if I am doing something wrong???

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    1. Are you using a Mac by any chance? If so, try downloading the most current version of Adobe Reader. That should help. If not, check out this post by a fellow blogger. http://ashleigh-educationjourney.blogspot.com/2011/10/pdfs-macs.html

      Let me know if those don't work for you. If you email me, I can send the file to you directly. I have actually updated it to include numbers to 30. You can download it for free through TpT. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Kindergarten-Number-Recognition-and-Value-Worksheets-1-to-30

      Blessings,
      Marlana
      Lil' Country Kindergarten

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