This is a quick seat work activity to help children practice writing numbers to 20. The first chart is a trace, the second chart they will do 1-10 by themselves, and the third chart is 1-20 on their own.

This is a quick seat work activity to help children practice writing numbers to 20. The first chart is a trace, the second chart they will do 1-10 by themselves, and the third chart is 1-20 on their own.

Writing Numbers with Trace & Try Handwriting Pages {FREE} | This Reading Mama

Writing Numbers with Trace and Try Handwriting Pages

These number practice pages are so cute and fun for kids! It's especially fun if you let kids use giant foam dice. There are also other fun handwriting tips for kids, too!

Roll and Write Number Practice Pages

These number practice pages are so cute and fun for kids! It's especially fun if you let kids use giant foam dice. There are also other fun handwriting tips for kids, too!

Print this worksheet and more other worksheets and insert into the sheet protector and have your child trace it with a expo pen or washable marker. Viola!

Print this worksheet and more other worksheets and insert into the sheet protector and have your child trace it with a expo pen or washable marker. Viola!

Number Writing Rhymes....   0-9  All handwriting fonts....  http://www.k-3teacherresources.com/number_writing.html  Enjoy - Donna

Number Writing Rhymes.... 0-9 All handwriting fonts.... http://www.k-3teacherresources.com/number_writing.html Enjoy - Donna

This is a 1 page worksheet that allows students to trace numbers 1 - 100. I use it in a kindergarten classroom as number practice through out the year. This is a great way to differentiate instruction for students who are struggling with writing their numbers. I have also used it in centers by putting it in a dry erase sleeve, and the students trace the numbers using a white board marker.   Thank you for considering this product.   Natalie Vanosse

This is a 1 page worksheet that allows students to trace numbers 1 - 100. I use it in a kindergarten classroom as number practice through out the year. This is a great way to differentiate instruction for students who are struggling with writing their numbers. I have also used it in centers by putting it in a dry erase sleeve, and the students trace the numbers using a white board marker. Thank you for considering this product. Natalie Vanosse

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