Practice number sense with these quick, easy and fun Seuss-hat worksheets. Start with zero or mix them up and do one each day.
Great for whole-group assessing, home-school connections (homework), early finishers, or a sub folder too.
Children trace and write the numbers and number words, they X-off the appropriate amount in the 10 frame boxes, color that many circles in the group/set, circle the number in the sequence, then tally that many marks.
For more advanced students, use the “Show Me the Number” worksheet, which practices lots of math standards. Interest remains high, no matter how often you use this worksheet, as the number changes daily.
Teachers can assign the number, give students a choice, or make it a game & have them roll dice to arrive at the number they will use to complete their worksheet.
There’s a large worksheet, plus one with two-on-a-page for quick printing.
So you can explain what you want your kiddos to do, I’ve included completed samples of both worksheets.
To help build vocabulary, there’s also a helpful math-symbol bookmark, in a hat shape of course.