I’ve had a lot of requests to add higher numbers to my K4 Preschool Curriculum missing numbers worksheets. So I’ve updated them to include 1-100 missing numbers worksheets to help add some challenge and fun into your day!

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The number activities are great for number recognition, counting skills, and logical thinking.

 

For those of you who don’t know, I also have missing letter activities that help work on alphabetical order along with uppercase and lowercase letter recognition.

Simply read the set of numbers (or letters) to your student and then have them either say then write the missing number (or letter) in the blank spot. The downloads also include printable letter and number tiles if they prefer to glue the tiles into place rather than writing in the missing items.

The Missing Letters activities include capital and lowercase A-Z worksheets.

The Missing Numbers activities now include numbers 1-100.

 

–> Click below links to download

 

 

PLEASE NOTE: If you’re just purchasing my K4 Kindergarten Curriculum you’ll receive the new pages with your purchase. If you purchased prior to now, you’ll just want to download the updates here to add to your curriculum.

 

These printables are included in my K4 Kindergarten Curriculum. I also have a lot of free kindergarten worksheets on my free printables page!

Is my Letter of the Week Preschool Curriculum a little too easy for your student? Are you ready for something a little more challenging? Then the K4 Curriculum is for you! The K4 Curriculum is geared towards kids ages 4-5 who are kindergarten ready and want a fun hands-on kindergarten curriculum. The K4 curriculum covers beginning reading and phonics skills as well as basic math addition, subtraction, and skip counting skills and more!

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8 Comments

  1. WOW! You did these quick! I was on the other day when you mentioned/asked about it and couldn’t get my computer to work so I couldn’t respond that I would be totally interested! So I prayed you would have a large enough response and be able to do them. Thanks So much to those of you who responded 😉 I also thought they wouldn’t be ready for some time so I figured I’d use them next year for my other child. Now thanks to you, Erica, I can use them this year for one child and will also next year with another child! Thanks you so much!!!

    Kate
  2. Hi Erica:)

    I have followed you for quite some time and purchased/used Letter of the week, Road trip USA, and about to start EE. My son is 5 1/2 years old and we are almost done the horizon kindergarten curriculum for reading/writing and math. It was not his favorite but he has learned a lot and we stuck with it. However I am looking for a change once he is finished in a month or so. We will be doing EE along with you in August I am sure he will love that (and I have a 2 1/2 year old girl who loves to learn with us as well).

    I have a couple of quick questions- will Teeny Tot be starting grade 1 this coming fall? If so have you/will you do a post on curriculum choices?

    Also, do you offer a curriculum for grade 1? I did not see it on your site but thought I would ask. I was going to do the k4 curriculum you have but it might be a bit too easy for him since he has completed the horizons curriculum (though I will be doing k4 with my daughter when she is a bit older!)

    Lastly do you have any recommendations as to what to transition into for my 5 1/2 yr old? We will continue to do school through most of the summer.

    I appreciate any insight and suggestions,
    Sincerely,
    Martha

    Martha

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