EYFS Numbers and counting worksheets by Subject
Playdough sausages, drawing an octopus, counting passengers on a bus – discover lots of activities to help your child learn the numbers 8 and 9.
Are you a whizz at the numbers 1 to 5? Let’s have a look at 6 and 7.
Do you know the numbers 3 and 4? Try these fun activities to help you recognise these numbers.
The first numbers you will come across at school are the numbers 1 and 2. Here are lots of activities to help you learn to spot these numbers.
The number ten is the first number with two digits! It is made up of the digits 1 and 0. Here are some activities to help you recognise the number 10.
After 1, 2, 3 and 4 comes the number 5! Can you spot the number 5 on a clock? Can you write the number 5 on a birthday card?
Now you can count and recognise numbers, you can start to solve puzzles using the numbers 1 to 6.
Practise solving real-world problems to help you with your maths work when you get to school. Collect some teddies and some cookie counters (or some real cookies!) and do some problem-solving!
Play the Five Little Ducks game to help your child practise counting and number recognition.
Can you count the shapes, then match each shape to the correct number?
This game will help you to recognise the numbers 1 to 5 and give you a chance to practise counting.
Recognising the difference between numbers and letters can help you when you get to school, so today you are going on a number hunt!
Once you have mastered writing numbers from 1 to 5, it’s time to begin your training to write the numbers 6 to 10. Can you complete these three ninja tasks?
Now you recognise the numbers 1 to 5, it’s time to become a number writing ninja! Count the ninja to see which number you are writing, then trace over the dotted numbers. When you have ninja-trained your fingers, try writing some of your own numbers.
Playing with number dominoes is an enjoyable way of practising counting and number recognition skills. These dominoes can be played as a game for two to four players, or your child can practise using them on their own.
You will hear the words more, less and fewer quite a lot when you get to school. This activity will help you to understand what these words mean.
Here's a game where we have to match numbers and objects. As well as being fun, this activity will help you with your finger strength, number recognition and counting skills.
Some numbers might be more important to you than other numbers. Ask your grown-up to help you answer the questions below. Then find the correct number and stick it in the spaces.
Sid is making some strange soups for his friends, but they only eat soups with specific numbers of ingredients. Can you help Sid sort out his strange soups?