# Count and Write 1 to 20 Worksheets

How to Learn to Count to 20 - Do you think that that mathematics is a difficult subject? Well, what part of it scares you the most? Is it the number lines, or is it the counting? If it is counting, then you are in luck! Because we have some ways that can help you learn numbers, starting from one to twenty! Here is what you have to do! First, take a deep breath and calm down. Then write numbers from one to ten on a piece of paper. Make sure that you have written then numbers in the correct order. Keep reading the numbers starting from one to ten thoroughly till you have learned the numbers by heart. Now, write down the numbers starting from eleven to twenty. Make sure that the numbers are in the correct order and ensure that you learn the numbers from eleven to twenty by heart. Now, turn the page over and start writing the numbers from one, two, three, and continue by saying the numbers out loud. This will help you remember the numbers more efficiently while you write them down. Once you are done, match the numbers from the ones you first wrote down and see what you have missed. This will help you find out your mistakes, and you can easily rectify them!

• ### Basic Lesson

Students count the number objects and write the number and word. Also includes practice problems.

• ### Independent Practice 1

Contains 5 counting picture problems. The answers can be found below.

• ### Independent Practice 2

Contains 5 counting picture problems. The answers can be found below.

• ### Homework Worksheet

Features 2 practice problems with a detailed example.

• ### Topic Quiz

Includes 10 problems and a scoring matrix. Count and write the correct number of footballs.

• ### Homework and Quiz Answer Key

Answers for the homework and quiz.

• ### Lesson and Practice Answer Key

Answers for both lessons and both practice sheets.

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Misers, because they know how to make every penny count. The best math teacher is the one who inspires every student to do his or her best and discourages no one.