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06
2010

1-20 Writing Practice

Last week I published some A-Z Writing Worksheets for K4 work for my preschooler and this week I’m adding 1-20 Number Worksheets!

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Download 1-20 Number Practice

The tracers include pre-writing practice for each number as well as tracing numbers. I also included a blank line with dots so they can practice writing on their own as well. Hope you like them!

Click here to see my other K4 Curriculum Activities!

These activities are part of my K4 level expansion to my Letter of the Week Curriculum, click on the images below to see more activities. The K4 curriculum isn’t quite finished yet, so until I get it packaged all nice and purdy you can download from my posts!

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  1. Thank you!

  2. Thank you, thank you, thank you! This is just what we were needing. Now I don't have to come up with something myself.

  3. Thank you for sharing. I just learned of your blog from Hip Homeschool Moms on Facebook.

  4. Thank you for these. I was just out hunting for some number sheets on Friday and these are the best I've seen. I love that you include the arrows and the dots – that is so helpful since my daughter insists her way of making them is correct, even though she likes to do them a much harder way. :)

  5. Wow, thank you!!!

  6. I just printed and laminated these pages (and the A-Z pages). My 4 year old worked on the while his sister worked on her homework. Thanks for the download. Lisawww.lisasrecipecards.blogspot.comPS – I am your newest follower

  7. I really appreciate the work you have put into worksheets. We've been using your stuff regularly for the past several weeks! Thanks :)

  8. You're the best! Thank you!

  9. THANK YOU!!!!!! These (and the alphabet) are such a wonderful tool and addition!!! I appreciate ALL of your hard work!Angie

  10. Thank you so much for generously sharing your hard work. I am in the process of laminating these as I type this (perfect to use over and over this way.I really appreciate all of your marvelous resources and my children will benefit from them. Thank you so much.

  11. These are great! Thank you for the addition. I've been following for the last couple of weeks. I'm curious as to how you connected the number/themes though… they don't seem to go in any order. Is it possible to get the pages without the graphic and maybe have the number word in it's place? Then I don't have to try and explain why 2 is connected to Kite instead of T (like our curriculum goes). THANK YOU!!

  12. you really have the best printables. Thank you so much! My daughter loves your letter of the week.

  13. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 5 post on Sep. 06, 2010. Thanks again.

  14. thank you!

  15. Krismares: I didn't really do any theme for the number writing, just put pictures on there to make it more fun, and the correct amount of pictures so they could count them. But all the letters won't correspond to the numbers so I didn't bother matching them.

  16. Thank you for sharing what works for you. Saves us '10 thumbed' individuals a lot of tears and heartache!You are truely creative and giving.Thanks!Ananda

  17. Thank you so much for sharing. These will be great!

  18. Somehow I stumbled across your site and I am so thankful I did! Wow-I am amazed-how do you do it all?? I have a 2 year old and a 1 year old and am starting "preschool" at home next week. I was wondering if you'd share the "must haves" to get me started as far as manipulatives, hands on activities, etc. I don't want to buy hundreds of counting bears, etc. and then not use them the majority of the time. I have already mapped/planned out the entire year with each week centering around a book/theme and have some simple workbook ABC and 123's. What are your thoughts/opinions? Thanks!

  19. Somehow I stumbled across your site and I am so thankful I did! Wow-I am amazed-how do you do it all?? I have a 2 year old and a 1 year old and am starting "preschool" at home next week. I was wondering if you'd share the "must haves" to get me started as far as manipulatives, hands on activities, etc. I don't want to buy hundreds of counting bears, etc. and then not use them the majority of the time. I have already mapped/planned out the entire year with each week centering around a book/theme and have some simple workbook ABC and 123's. What are your thoughts/opinions? Thanks!

  20. cleanslate77: I recommend getting some sort of counter that your child likes. I also use cheap things like pom-poms or mini-clothes pins that are really inexpensive. Here is a list of what we use most for preschool LOTW:http://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com/blog/2010/09/supply-list-for-letter-of-week.html

  21. Wonderful! Thanks!!

  22. http://fargofarms.blogspot.com/2010/09/sometimes-best-things-in-homeschool-are.html I posted about how these saved my life today! You are an amazing lady. Thanks again for all you do!

  23. These are great. My daughter will enjoy them.

    Thank you,
    Angie

  24. Thank you so much! I will be using vol. 1 and 2 with my K’s in Sept! Just what I was looking for!

  25. I have been using your number worksheets with my Pre-K and they are a hit!

    Our standards for Kindergarten require they know to 30. Have you considered and will you do that anytime soon?

    Love your site and thanks for all your great insight and information.

  26. THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!!!THANK YOU!!! you have been a life saver!

  27. oau! it’s great! thanks a lot :)
    boy 4 year boy will be happy to write the numbers
    have a nice day!

  28. Thank you so much for offering the printable worksheets. They are fabulous!

  29. Cheryl Charbonneau says:

    I love these for writing practice but the fact that the practice parts are in gray makes them hard to print. The gray parts do not show up. Is it possible to make them darker?

  30. Hi,

    I love your site. I also appreciate the amount of time, and work that you have put into the materials. Thanks so much for sharing.

  31. Hi Erica,
    Thanks for your work. I am a teacher in a bilingual program, teaching in Spanish. I would love to talk to you and see if we or I can modify some of your work for TWI programs. Please let me know what you think.

  32. Thank you so much for uploading these! These will be great for my early finishers!

  33. As a PK-12th grade public school Vice Principal and mother of two young boys, I am absolutely impressed by the variety of materials you provide, and so many for free, on your site. You clearly have an understanding of the building blocks of early literacy skills, and I am thankful I could print much of what you offered to use with my own children. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and resources with the public.

  34. Carl van Rensburg says:

    Dear Erica,

    Thanks a lot for this wonderful site. it is truly great what you are doing. May God bless you, your family and your hard work. You are an amazing woman and Mother.

    Best wishes from a very hot and humid Taiwan,

    Carl

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