Search and Find Number Worksheets
Students will have much fun using these search-and-find number worksheets to work on number recognition, counting, number sense, number formation and more.
This set of math practice pages comes with 8 worksheets to choose from. There are 4 color options and 4 black and white options.
Each worksheet has 5 or 6 numbers printed in a tracing font. With multiple skills covered on each sheet, this math activity is jam-packed with learning.
Print and Play Numbers Activity
These number sheets are super simple to prep! Just print, place in centers, and play. If using the black-and-white version, you can just print and use it as is. Or you can slip it into write and wipe pockets, and students can color with dry-erase markers and trace with them, too.
If using the color version of these sheets, you can print and slip them into write and wipe pockets and use them repeatedly.
Then, students can use dry-erase markers to circle the pictures and trace the numbers. They can also use counting cubes or mini erasers to mark the pictures if you want to change them up.
Setting Up the Search and Trace Numbers Activity
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- Number search worksheets (button to get them at the bottom of this post)
- Write and wipe pockets
- Dry-erase markers or a pencil
- Mini erasers or counting cubes (optional)
- Print the worksheets and use.
- Or slip into a write and wipe pocket or laminate, if desired.
How to Use the Number Worksheets
These free printable number search worksheets are fun and I know your students will love them!
Students will look at a number and search for a matching representation of that number – options are tallies, ten-frames and dominoes. Once they find the number, they will trace one instance of that number at the bottom of the worksheet. They will repeat this process two times for each number on the sheet.
If they use the color version, they can circle the picture and trace the number. If they use the black-and-white version, they will color the picture once they find it and then trace the number.
Ideas for the Classroom
This number search activity would be so beneficial for multiple levels. Students working on identifying and understanding numbers 0-10 can use these in math centers or morning work tubs. They are great any time of day and allow kids to practice these foundational math skills.
Use them for soft start morning work, add them to math centers, or utilize them for early finishers. They can be used in a variety of ways and with different manipulatives as well.
Grab these number activities for a fun and simple way to practice numbers 0-10 in the classroom and at home.
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