### One-to-One Correspondence – Archery

Merida in the movie “Brave” loved archery! Your kids can hit the bulls eye by drawing a line to the matching archery objects.

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In the worksheets in the sections below you’ll find lots of fun things for your kids to do to master their counting skills. You will find basic worksheets for one-to-one correspondence, writing and tracing numbers, counting the objects on the page, cutting and gluing, filling in the missing numbers, of course, opportunities to color, and more!

Numbers and learning to count go together! Check out all the Numbers worksheets, too.

83 worksheets for kindergarten and second grade.

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Merida in the movie “Brave” loved archery! Your kids can hit the bulls eye by drawing a line to the matching archery objects.

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BBRRRR!! These arctic animals need to be matched to each other to keep warm. Great for a winter animal theme.

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Are you happy, sad, mad, or really angry today? Draw a line to the matching moody faces. Color.

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Yes, Your Highness! I will draw a line to match the royal ring, robe, crown, and scepter and color them.

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Color the stars. Cut out the squares on the dotted lines. Glue matching the numbers and stars to the number words.

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Trace the numbers 1, 2, and 3 neatly and carefully. Count out the matching number of beans. Glue a real bean on the picture of each bean.

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Trace the numbers. Count out the number of manipulatives to match each number. Repeat with different colors.

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Color one apple yellow. Color two apples green. Color three apples red. Cut out the apples on the dotted lines and glue on the dog’s head one on top of the other!

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Trace the numbers. Say each number. Using a stamp pad, put the number of thumbprints in each blank square that match the number next to it.

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Color the objects. In each row, put a happy face on the single object, an X on the two objects, and a square around the three objects.

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In this count to 3 – number and object match worksheet draw a line from the set of objects to the matching number then color.

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In this count to 3 worksheet kids count the shapes and write the number that represents each set of shapes on the lines. Color.

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Count to 3 and write how many are in each set on the line. Draw a line to the set with the same number of objects. Color.

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Children use their drawing skills to draw one car, two dolls, and three balls in the boxes. Write the numbers 1, 2, and 3 on the lines.

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Counting to 10 begins right here with the first number of the counting sequence. Count one flower in each set, naming “one” each time. For extra practice count how many altogether.

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Counting to 10 is easy when there is only one item in each set. You’ve gotta begin somewhere! Count each piece of fruit and write the number 1 on the lines. Color.

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