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These math sequence worksheets are a great way to help your preschooler practice number order. There are ten cut and paste preschool math printables.
Five of the ten worksheets have children order numbers 1-10, and five of them have children order numbers 11-20.
Just print and go for some fun number order practice!
This free preschool printable activity is a great resource for your homeschool, classroom, and daycare.
Not only will children work on ordering numbers 1-20, but they will strengthen fine motor skills as they cut and paste the numbers.
How to Teach Number Order
Math can be hard for some preschoolers to grasp. However, teaching number order to twenty is a great way to help them understand the concept of sequencing.
Start by reviewing the numbers 1-10 with your child. Then, introduce the numbers 11-20. Help them to see that the numbers 11-19 follow the same pattern as 1-10, with the number 10 being replaced by a 1.
For example, eleven is “1,1” and twelve is “1,2.” Once your child understands this concept, it will be easier for them to grasp the sequence of numbers up to 20.
Once your child has mastered ordering the numbers from one to twenty, you can move on to more challenging math concepts.
But by teaching them number order, you’ll give them a strong foundation on which to build their math skills.
This worksheet packet includes ten pages. Five of the pages feature the numbers 1-10. The other five feature the numbers 11-20.
Preparing the Worksheets
These math worksheets are print-and-go. They require no preparation. Just print on regular printer paper, provide your child with a pair of scissors and glue stick, and you’re all set.
Completing the Activity
To complete the worksheets, kids will cut out the numbers at the bottom of the page. Then, they’ll paste the numbers in order from 1-10 or 11-20 at the top of the page.
Extend the Learning
There are so many fun ways to extend the learning with these worksheets. After completing the cut and paste sequencing worksheets, have children write the numbers on the back of the worksheet.
Call out a number, and have your child name the number that comes before or after.
Complete one 1-10 page and one 11-20 page and then have your child name the numbers in order from 1-20. They can write the numbers 1-20 on the back of one of the pages, as well.
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