This HUGE I Can Write My Numbers PDF workbook, includes 178 pages of writing numbers worksheets 1-20 to help your students succeed. Created by Smart and Strong Kids, these sensory motor activities help to enhance the visual perception, fine motor precision, and directionality of number formation.
The writing numbers worksheets 1-20 with an animal theme include: formation guidelines, fun pictures, and a variety of content that you won’t find with other handwriting worksheets!
Total: 178 Pages ZIP file
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Everything you need to teach the handwriting fine motor skills for numbers!
- Designed to be fun and multi-sensory!
- These sensory motor activities help to enhance the visual perception, fine motor precision, and directionality of number formation.
- Easy to understand instructions included so this can be sent home for penmanship practice.
- Included: formation guidelines, fun pictures, and a variety of content that you won’t find with other handwriting worksheets!
Details about the Writing Numbers Worksheets 1-20 – I Can Write My Numbers Workbook
- I Can Write My Numbers Workbook: 55 pages
- Workbook Color Versions of Cover & Certificate: 2 pages
- Additional Practice: 40 pages
- Wall Signs: 40 pages
- Flash Cards: 30 pages
- Wall Charts: 11 pages
Total: 178 pages
WRITING NUMBERS WORKSHEETS 1-20 – I CAN WRITE MY NUMBERS ANIMAL THEME
I Can Write My Numbers Workbook: 55 pages
- Black/White Cover featuring “By: ___” for student’s to write their name.
- 1st Activity Page #1-20: Trace It (practice the important foundations of letter formation using number outlines that contain starting dots, directional arrows, and dashed lines). Color it (color in the number name). Fill it in (fill in the missing number in a field of 3). Tally it (color in the tally marks for each number). Find it (find the number x 3 out of a field of 12). Write it (one written model, two dashed numbers to trace, with one 3-lined space to practice writing out the number).
- 2nd Activity Page #1-20: Color it (color in the number outline), Trace it (trace the dashed number), Count it (fill in the ten frame with dots/circles/marks of the number), Write it (one written model, two dashed numbers to trace, with two 3-lined spaces to practice writing out the number). Color it (color in the correct # of pictures to match the number).
Numbers Chart #1-20 Worksheets: trace and write; write in boxes; trace and write on 3-lined paper; write on 3-lined paper
- Numbers Chart #1-100 Worksheets: color in numbers; trace numbers; trace odd numbers and write even numbers; trace even numbers and write odd numbers; trace 1s and 10s, and write in remaining numbers; color in odd numbers; color in even numbers; color in prime numbers; color in composite numbers
Last Page: Completion Certificate: “Congratulations! This certificate is awarded to ______. For learning how to write numbers!”
Workbook Color Cover: 1 page – Color Version
Additional Practice: 40 pages – 2 additional penmanship practice pages with number formation guidelines in a square grid. Simple repetition of proper formation of these numbers. Reinforcement of learning, address IEP goals for 4 out of 5 trials.
Wall Signs: 40 pages – Full Page Color and Black/White Signs (#1 – #20) with formation guidelines and counter pictures featuring that number.
Flash Cards: 30 pages – Same as signs – organized PDF to 2 per page and then 4 per page so they can be printed out as smaller flash cards.
Wall Charts: 11 pages – To be posted as visual cues in the classroom or therapy room
Numbers #1-20 Wall Charts: Dashed Numbers on 3-Lines; Solid Numbers on 3-Lines; Number outlines with formation arrows and start dots; Number solids; Number outlines
Numbers #1-100: Solid Numbers in Hundred Grid Chart; Number outlines in Hundred Grid Chart; Odd Numbers (highlighted in red); Even Numbers (highlighted in blue); Prime Numbers (highlighted in yellow); Composite Numbers (highlighted in green)
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