### Counting to 20 – Trace Fifteen Numbers

This is a great worksheet for kids who like to trace numbers but may not yet have the capacity to trace all of them within a certain amount of time.
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### Counting to 20 – Trace All the Numbers

Need a little something to fill a few minutes of time? Have some kids who need more practice counting to 20, or writing to 20? This is the worksheet for you!
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### Counting to 20 – Write the Even Numbers

You can use this counting worksheet to get kids to recognize even numbers (the ones they write) and odd numbers (the numbers already on the page).
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### Counting to 20 – Write the Odd Numbers

Want practice counting by 2’s? Well here you go! But also, you can count by 1’s to 20 and write odd numbers neatly on the lines. This is just way too cool!
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### Counting to 20 – Write Fifteen Numbers

Kids get to practice writing fifteen of the numbers between 1 and 20 on the lines with a bit of guidance with the five numbers that are provided.
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### Counting to 20 – Write All the Missing Numbers

This counting to 20 worksheet would be awesome to use for assessments on several levels – improvement in counting to 20 and number writing skills.
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### Counting to 20 – Fill In the Even Numbers

Kids can count to 20 and fill in the missing even numbers writing carefully. The large boxed spaces give plenty of room for neat or not so neat writing.
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### Counting to 20 – Fill in the Odd Numbers

You can throw some dice and say if the numbers are even or odd, or … you can use this counting to 20 worksheet to identify evens & odds up to 20.
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### Counting to 20 – Fill in the Fifteen Missing Numbers

This worksheet has five numbers with spaces in between. Kids use the numbers as reminders for where they are in the counting sequence.
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### Counting to 20 – Fill in All the Numbers

In this worksheet kids don’t have to write neatly on lines or trace the numbers. They just get to count to 20 and write the numbers to their best ability.
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### Counting to 21 – Cars

Counting to 21 is fun when kids count the trucks and vans. Look for and circle the car in each set going the wrong way! Write the numbers on the lines and color.
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### Counting to 22 – Let’s Go Sailing!

Counting to 22 is for a bright sunny day (or at least pretending it’s a bright sunny day!). Count the suns, breezes, and sailboats. Write the numbers on the lines. Color.
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### Counting to 23 – Looking for Clues

While counting to 23 kids can learn what detectives look for – clues! Count the magnifying glasses, fingerprints, and footprints.
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### Counting to 24 – Let’s Play a Game!

As they are counting to 24 kids can talk about what games these playing pieces are used for. Count the dice, game pieces, and dominoes. Write the numbers & color.
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### Counting to 25 – Sweets

Counting to 25 is sweet for sure! And in more ways than one. Have kids count the cookies, cupcakes, and donuts. Write the numbers on the lines. Color.
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### Counting to 26 – Hats

No matter what kind of person you are, there’s a hat for you. Counting to 26 have kids count the cowboy hats, sun hats, and party hats. Write the numbers on the lines. Color.
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