Counting to 25

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Welcome to Math Salamanders Kindergarten Counting Sheets.

Here you will find a wide range of free printable Kindergarten Math Worksheets, which will
help your child learn to count up to 25 objects.

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At a Kindergarten age, children love to play and explore Math with fun Math activities and games.
Children will enjoy completing these Math games and worksheets whilst learning at the same time.

During Kindergarten, children have already started to develop their understanding of numbers and place value.
By the end of Kindergarten, most children should be able to count, read and write up to the number 25,
and compare numbers up to 10.

They are also starting to learn the names of some of the basic shapes, comparing the length and
weight of different objects and learning to sort and classify them.

The free printable Kindergarten Math Games, and other Math activies will help your child to
achieve their Elementary Math benchmark set out by Achieve, Inc.

In the UK, Kindergarten is equivalent to Year 1.

Counting Worksheets

Here you will find our range of Free Kindergarten Numbers Sheets.

The following worksheets involve using accurate counting skills. Counting is one of the key skills that children learn at an early age using physical objects. This skill is one of the basic building blocks of Math. For the learning in First Grade, and beyond, to be successful, children need to be able to count confidently sets of objects.

The sheets are carefully graded so that the easier sheets come first and the level of difficulty gets gradually harder.

The sheets cover the following areas: counting up to 5, counting to 10, counting to 15, counting to 20 and counting to 25.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

The following worksheets involve using accurate counting skills. Counting is one of the key skills that children learn at an early age using physical objects. This skill is one of the basic building blocks of Math. For the learning in First Grade, and beyond, to be successful, children need to be able to count confidently sets of objects.

The sheets are carefully graded so that the easier sheets come first and the level of difficulty gets gradually harder.

The sheets cover the following areas: counting up to 5, counting to 10, counting to 15, counting to 20 and counting to 25.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- count different sets of objects up to 25.

Counting to 25

More Counting Worksheets

If you are looking for some similar counting sheets to help your child learn to count, look no further.

All the sheets in this section will support your child learn to count to 25.

The sheets can be used as coloring sheets as well as counting sheets, as each sheets is
available in both color and black and white.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- learn to count objects.

All the free printable kindergarten worksheets below support the Elementary Math benchmarks.

Dot-to-Dot Printables

Here you will find a range of free printable Dot-to-Dot Worksheets.

The following worksheets involve the important skills of counting and reading numbers.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

The following worksheets involve the important skills of counting and reading numbers.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- read numbers up to 25;
- count up to 25 in order.

Kindergarten Sequencing Worksheets

Here you will find our range of free printable Kindergarten Sequencing Worksheets.

The following worksheets involve using the basic skill of counting on and back with numbers up to 25.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

The following worksheets involve using the basic skill of counting on and back with numbers up to 25.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- count on and back in ones to 25;
- sequence numbers to 25.

Kindergarten Measuring Length Sheets

The math worksheets for kindergarten on this webpage are all about measuring length in inches and centimeters.

There are two different easy activities. The first activity is to write down the number on the ruler pointed to by an arrow. The second activity involves writing down the correct measurement for the length of a line - a ruler has been correctly positioned underneath.

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