Do your kids like worksheets? As an adult, I always thought that they seem boring, but when I look back at my time in elementary school, I remember that I quite liked them. I even remember that I somehow enjoyed the odd alcohol-y smell they had from whatever method of duplication my teachers used in the eighties, presumably before the school had a photocopier 😉
And E LOVES them! Of course, she’s only 6, but she asks for “homework” almost every day.
I know not every kid will enjoy worksheets as much as more hands-on activities, but if yours do or if you need something quick and easy that doesn’t require any special preparation, I have a set of Snowflake Fill in the Missing Number 1-10 worksheets for you today!
They work great for working on number sense, improving understanding of the number sequence, and more.
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Materials for Snowflake Fill in the Missing Number 1-10 Worksheet
- Printable PDF file (below).
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- Pen or marker.
What’s in the printable PDF file?
This is a no-prep printable that consists of 9 pages, including six pages of missing number worksheets.
Three pages focus on numbers 1-5 with one to three numbers missing in each sequence. The other three pages feature numbers 6-10, again with one to three numbers missing in each of the sequences.
All you have to do is print the page(s) you want to use and provide something to write with. Or laminate first to make the activity reusable.
Download your Snowflake Fill in the Missing Number 1-10 Worksheets!
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Are you looking for more activities that focus on numbers 1-10? I’ve got you covered!
1-10 Counting and Tracing Numbers by Powerful Mothering
Calendar Numbers Sensory Bin by Best Toys 4 Toddlers
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