One Less Worksheets

Welcome to Math Salamanders Kindergarten Math Printable Worksheets.

Here you will find a selection of free printable Kindergarten Worksheets which will help your child learn to count back one from numbers up to 10 (and beyond!).

The sheets are arranged in order of difficulty and get gradually harder.

Here is our online adding subtracting one practice area.

This area will help your child to count on and back by one.

It is more suitable for first graders, as it involves more abstract ideas.

Test yourself on the following facts:

- add or subtract one from a range of numbers.

Here you will find our range of kindergarten worksheets which will help you child learn to take away one from numbers to 10.

The following worksheets involve using accurate counting skills combined with subtracting one. 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 involve counting and then subtracting one from a range of objects and animals. Some sheets are available as a color or black and white version.

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

The sheets cover the following areas: counting back one to 10 and counting back one to 25.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- count objects up to 10;
- match a set of objects with a number which is one less;
- match a number to a set of objects which is one less;
- subtracting one from numbers to 10;
- subtracting one from numbers to 25.

Your child needs to be able to count objects to 10 before they can count a number which is one less.

One Less Worksheets with numbers to 25

Take a look at some more of our worksheets similar to these.

Before your child tackles one less they need to be able to count on one more.

On this webpage are a selection of more kindergarten math printable worksheets with One More worksheets where you have to work out one more than a given number or number of objects.

These sheets will help your child learn to write and form the numbers from 1 to 20 correctly.

There is also a counting challenge on each sheet which involve shading the correct number of objects.

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

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

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- count sets of objects up to 25;
- match numbers of objects with their values.

All the free Math Worksheets in this section are informed by the Elementary Math Benchmarks for Kindergarten.

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