Preschool Counting Worksheets
Counting to 5

Welcome to Math Salamanders Preschool Counting Worksheets.

Here you will find a selection of free counting worksheets which will help your child learn to count numbers up to 5.

These worksheets will are a great way to practice simple counting and recognising numbers up to 5.

Preschool Counting Worksheets

By the time children get to preschool, most of them will be able to count up to 10, and some of them may reach quite a bit higher.

However, what many of them will not be able to do is to count objects accurately, even small numbers up to 5.

They need to learn 1:1 correspondence and to have a system for counting where they count each object once and once only without missing any out.

The worksheets in this section will help them learn to count numbers up to 5 using pictures and different contexts.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

  • count numbers up to 5;
  • write numbers up to 5.

We hope using these preschool math worksheets will get your child off to a great start in their journey through math.

The worksheets have been divided into 2 sections.

The first section is all about counting objects up to 5. Each sheet in this section has a color and also an eco-print black and white version.

The second section is counting and recognising the number of diamonds, hearts, spades and clubs on playing cards, up to 5.

Preschool Counting Worksheets to 5

Playing Card Count to 5

Looking for some more counting worksheets up to 5?

The kindergarten worksheets in this section cover counting up to 5.

Looking for some harder preschool counting worksheets?

The kindergarten worksheets in this section cover matching numbers and objects up to 10.

There is a range of different matching activities to meet your needs.

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Preschool Matching Worksheets

The sheets in this section involve matching objects or numbers of objects to numerals.

There are a range of matching sheets from matching objects, to matching numbers or matching shapes.

Preschool Sequencing Worksheets

Here you will find our selection of kindergarten sequencing worksheets.

These sheets will help your child learn to count on and back in ones, and put numbers up to 10 in the correct place in their sequence.

Useing these sheets will help you child to:

  • recognise number, letter and picture patterns;
  • count on and back in ones to 10;
  • sequence numbers to 10.

All the math worksheets preschool in this section will support your child with their counting and sequencing skills.

Kindergarten Comparing Worksheets

Here is our selection of kindergarten comparing worksheets.

These worksheets will help your child to compare and start to order different things.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

  • understand the concept of biggest and smallest;
  • identify two things which are the same size.

These math worksheets preschool support Elementary Math benchmarks.

Counting One More & One Less Worksheets

After your child has learnt to count objects up to 10 and write their numbers, they are ready to start counting one more and one less.

The worksheets here will support your child in counting one more/one less than a number of quantity.

Most of the sheets focus on counting up to 10. There are also some worksheets that go up to 25.

 

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