# Kindergarten math worksheets counting to 10 - Free printable counting objects worksheets 1-10

## Learn to count up to 10

** Kindergarten math worksheets counting to 10** have very interesting and simple activities that measures the development in kids early math skills, in areas such as

__count and color the correct number of objects__,

__count and fill in missing numbers__,

__match digits with correct words__.

This ** free printable counting objects worksheets 1 -10 **are one of the best tools that can be used by teachers and parents alike to support the development of kinders math skill.

As a result, these worksheets are meant to be printed for kinders school and home use in general.

## #1 KINDERGARTEN MATH PRINTABLES

## A Great Step in Number Sense Skill for Kinders

When kinders begin to ** learn to count up to 10**, they are actually building an astonishing and fundamental skill that will allow them not only to know the orderly occurrence of numbers, but also to be able to relate numbers to quantities.

Most importantly understand numbers in words and in figures.

### Understanding orderly counting - free printable counting objects worksheets 1 – 10

Kid’s ** understanding orderly counting** will promote their confidence of interacting in all exercises involving numbers 1 to 10.

Moreover, as they engage in our *free printable counting objects worksheets*** 1 – 10,** be sure to boast of their concentration skill as they try to figure out which number is actually missing from amidst the numbers 1 to 10.

### Example: count up orderly and fill the missing number

Amongst multiple ** learn to count up to 10** worksheets,

**is so technically designed to the interest of every kid. It’s a very simple exercise that will greatly enhance kid’s knowledge and understanding of counting 1 to 10.**

*count up orderly and fill the missing number*In this worksheet, each exercise is made up of a chain of circles.

There are numbers inside some circles, whereas some circles are empty. This exercise therefore requires that you fill in the empty circles with appropriate numbers. Kids are however required to;

- In each exercise, look for the first circle. Is there a number in that first circle? If yes, which number is it, then you move to the next circle to find out if its empty or not.
- In another case, the first circle could be empty. As such we move to the next circle. Is there a number in the second circle? “Yes”.

Wow! Which number is that? “6” very good!

- This therefore insinuates that the number which comes before 6 is missing. As such, you need to find out that missing number and fill in the first empty circle.

“Which number usually comes before 6?” Hmmmm!!! Let me recall my counting.

→ **1, 2, 3, 4, 5,... 6**

Yeaah, I got it. The number that comes before 6 is 5. Excellent.

So, the missing number was 5. I can now fill in 5 in the first empty circle.

- As I count up orderly, my chain of numbers is now made up of ;
- Olalaaaa! The next circle in my chain of numbers is empty. I will now find out, which number comes after 6. That number is surely the missing number. As I recall my counting, I can count thus →
**5 ....... 6 ...... 7**

Bravo! The next missing number is 7, so I’ll now fill in 7

- After 7, I can see the last circle, this time with a number 8 in it.
- Wow! Let me now count up all my numbers. →
**5 ....... 6 ...... 7 ...... 8**

This is really awesome. Very great. It’s so simple to fill in the missing numbers.