# Reading, Writing, and Counting Numbers – Worksheets

These worksheets on reading, writing, and counting numbers provides educators and parents with an engaging way to help young children learn numbers.

Reading, writing, and counting numbers is a significant and primary math concept! Not only in mathematics, counting numbers is a significant concept and highly helpful in coping up with real-life calculations. Simply, there is no math calculation without the knowledge of reading, writing, and counting numbers.

Find out the best worksheets that reveal puzzling problems and interactive exercises to support students’ number counting skills.

### Worksheets to Build Counting Number Skills (Level 1)

Have a sneak-peak into our counting numbers worksheets that include a variety of exercises that quantify counting to real-world. In addition, these worksheets also help students to recognize even and odd numbers while dealing with hundreds of numbers.

Key Concept: Counting numbers repeatedly is easier from now on because students learn the concepts of addition and multiplication to make the calculation easier.

### Pattern Worksheets to Practice Basic Counting (Level 2)

The diagrammatic representation of number patterns helps students to recognize basic counting rules and skills. In addition, these handouts include interesting puzzles to better understand the literacy skills of counting numbers.

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### Art Worksheets to Practice Numbers in Word Form (Level 1)

Word form is a significant method of converting numbers that are in numeral form into word form, meaning expressing in words. The number word form worksheets include questions in the form of flower diagrams. Students have to identify the word form and choose the correct flower diagram that matches their answer and color it.
Learning Concepts: Students learn how to recognize, write, and spell the numerals from a range of small to big numbers.

### Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 1

Whole numbers are integers that do not involve fractions or mixed numbers. Explore the easy and fun ways that help young learners to build their basic skills of reading and writing whole numbers in different forms. Learning Concept: As these worksheets are just to cover the basic level number skills, students can find whole numbers from 1 to 20. The squares used in these worksheets are a great help for learners to learn about a number in detail.

### Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 2

Students can improve their basic knowledge of number recognition through practicing a variety of reading and writing strategies. The whole number of worksheets can cover up to the numbers 1 to 1000. So, students need to have previous knowledge of converting whole numbers into word forms at least between the numbers 1 to hundred. Learning Tip: Having a good practice of writing whole numbers up to 100 numbers helps students to do further conversions related to any number.

### Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 3

These interactive worksheets cover thousands and billions of numbers, offering students good practice in writing whole numbers. After completing these worksheets, students become masters in number-names terminology.

Learning Concepts: Students learn the role of a decimal point while converting the whole numbers into fractions.

### Introduction to Place Value – Level 1

Every digit in a number has its value and this value refers to place value. Forex: The place value of 5 in number 405 is simply 5 because it is in the tens place. The skill-based worksheets teach this basic number system and help to break down a number into individual numbers based on place values.

Learning Tip: The number patterns in the worksheets are based on the patterns of ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, and go on.

### Introduction to Place Value – Level 2

Here are the best worksheets that keep your young learners engage in learning place value number skills. The various exercise and activities review hundred and thousand of groups to identify every digit in a number.

Learning Concept: Students can get a foundational knowledge of counting numbers and recognizing the digit values in a number. The patterns in the worksheets help learners to practice telling place values of digits orally as well.

### Introduction to Place Value – Level 3

The vibrant illustrations of place value problems help students to classify the place values ranging from tens to millions. Besides, various activities covering smallest to largest numbers are ready to grab to reinforce place value skills.

Learning Concept: Students need to memorize the order of telling the place values to a number, which means ones, tens, thousands, and go on.

### Place Value Practice – Level 1

Discover the open-ended puzzles, activities, and several practice resources to combine students’ understanding of place values up to thousands. In addition, students also learn to read and write large numbers in expanded form using the knowledge of place value.

Key Concept: Students learn how to write the place values of a number by learning the simple rules of the decimal number system.

### Place Value Practice – Level 2

Place value helps perform multiple digit multiplication and other basic math operations. Learn the importance of place value through our interactive worksheets that include the concept of a number system up to million numbers.

Learning Concept: To practice math operations, understanding the place values through Base Ten System is mandatory.

### Place Value Practice – Level 3

These worksheets cover advanced level of place value problems that cover numbers up to trillions. Besides, it is helpful for students to relate this concept to their everyday activities like money, time, and distance calculations.

Learning Tips: Students often goes wrong in deciding the place value of digits in a number because the concept is intellectual. So, they need to practice these worksheets and develop their sensory skills to combine rational theories to real-life.

Find the art worksheet that covers place value problems and hints to write any numbers in expanded form.

Prior Knowledge: Students must have good knowledge of reading, writing, and counting numbers to determine the place values. Using Base-Ten blocks, one can manipulate the place value system and make it easy for students understanding the concept.

## Reading, Writing, and Counting Numbers – Help Packets

### Basic Counting – Level 1

This packet is for early learners. It covers basic counting using pictures of different characters. This packet helps children visualize what a number actually represents.

Teacher misunderstanding: Some children are more visual than others. There is nothing wrong with using fingers or other visual methods to count, add, subtract, multiply, or divide.

### Spelling Numbers – Level 1

This packet is for early learners. It introduces the major 31 words for reading and writing
numbers.

Key concept: If students can write and spell these words, they will be able to read and write
the majority of the numbers they see in the future.

### Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 1

This is a four page mini-packet on reading and writing whole numbers.
This packet is designed for early learners and covers whole numbers up to 20. It uses squares to help students visualize what the numbers actually mean and their relevant size.

### Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 2A

This is a four page mini-packet on reading and writing whole numbers.
Students should already understand whole numbers up to 20. This packet uses some visualization and covers whole numbers up to 100.

Key concept: Students should start seeing that they can combine numbers to create larger ones.

### Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 2B

This is a four page mini-packet on reading and writing whole numbers. Students should already understand whole numbers up to 100. This packet uses some visualization and covers whole numbers up to 1,000.

Key concept: If they can read these simple numbers, they will be able to read any number.

### Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 3A

This four page mini-packet introduces groups and how to seperate numbers into pieces to help read larger numbers. Students should already understand whole numbers up to 1,000. This packet covers up to 1,000,000.

Student misunderstanding: Like to say AND. The word AND means decimal or pieces.

### Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 3B

This four page mini-packet is for advance students. They should be able to use their prior
knowledge to create larger numbers. Students should already understand groups and the core pieces of a number (ones, tens, hundreds). This packet covers up to billions.

Key concept: Students should know the 31 words that create billions of numbers.