Counting To 10 Worksheets
Tips for Learning to Count  Counting is the basic skill that your child needs to master at an early age. Every fundamental and advanced mathematical concept is based on counting. So, the earlier the child starts learning to count, the better it is for children before starting school. You can make your child learn to count through everyday activities. Like you can take your child to a walk and count the number of steps. Or you can make learning fun with singing rhymes and counting songs. You can also play games like hopscotch to establish the concept of counting. Here we have discussed a few tips that will make learning fun and easy: Making Sets  Purchase a set of index cards and incorporate them for learning the counting. These index cards are the best way to enable children to learn to count in the right order. Fruit Counting  Well, it necessarily does not have to be fruits; you can use any item for counting. Use a disposable plate, stick a certain number of dots on it, and then ask your child to put the right amount of fruits on the plate. Perform this activity first by yourself, and then ask your child to do the same. This way, your child will observe and learn. Number book  Besides incorporating activities, you can but the number books to help your child learn to count. These books have several colorful pictures and a variety of activities that promote the learning abilities of your child.

Topic Quiz
Includes 5 problems and a scoring matrix. Match the objects to the numbers.
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Independent Practice 1
Match objects to numbers and identify numbers. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
Match objects to numbers and identify numbers. The answers can be found below.
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Eeny Meeny Miney Moe
Some say that rhymes such as "Eeny Meeny Miney Moe" may have begun as Celtic sheepcounting rhymes. There are many different versions, all variations of "Eeny meeny miney moe, catch a tiger by his toe, if he hollers let him go, eeny, meeny, miney moe."