Inside: Fun free printable dot marker activity for number recognition 1-20.
Children learn to recognize numbers at the very beginning of the school year in kindergarten. Depending on the child’s level, some might acquire this basic math skill during preschool as well.
So whether your child is working on her single-digit numbers or has already advanced to teen numbers, these number recognition dot marker worksheets will be a lot of fun to do!
Also try these spot it do it numbers 1-10 worksheets!
Number recognition worksheets 1-20
This number activity is quite simple.
First, children need to read the number. Then make a matching amount of dots.
The fun part is using dot markers. Let your child pick her favorite colors for each line or even for each dot. Make sure to keep worksheets as much fun as possible.
But don’t worry if you don’t have the dot markers available. You can easily use other things with these number worksheets such as pom poms, stickers, or regular markers.
These printable 1-20 number worksheets include 14 pages.
Numbers 1-10 are covered in the first four pages. The rest is dedicated to the teen numbers through number 20.
Children will not only practice their number recognition skills but they will also learn to count a specific quantity.
This skill is quite tricky for preschoolers, for instance. They tend to keep counting up to the highest number they know. Therefore, it is a good idea to have younger children count out loud and emphasize the goal number.
Just have a look below to see what you’ll get in this printable pdf packet.
To download, simply click on the button at the bottom of this post.
I hope your kids will have a lot of fun learning their numbers with these worksheets.
You might also like: Numbers 1-20 tracing worksheets
And check out all number worksheets here!
Please, remember, these number recognition worksheets 1-20 are for personal or classroom use only. No altering or redistribution is allowed in any way. Thank you!
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17 thoughts on “Dot marker number recognition worksheets”
Love these! Thank you!!!
It is such an important idea that I take and compile them for my students.
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Thank you so much for uploading these pdf files with awesome creativity to teach students..
Yeah, you’re correct. There’re no doubts that these worksheets are awesome.
Thank you so much for your time
and dedication. I was looking for something to help my preschool grandson whom I babysit prepare for kindergarten and this is it! So thankful ❤️
Thank you for stopping by! Ia m so glad to hear my worksheets are helpful for you and your grandson. I am doing exactly the same thing with my twins, getting them ready for kindergarten next year. All the best to you!
Like your ideas
Thank you for sharing these worksheets! This mama was feeling a bit overwhelmed with the closing of schools and very little work being sent home. These are wonderfully helpful. My kids love bingo marker activities, I’m sure these will be a hit!
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Thank you greatly appreciated!
This is perfect for my little T/Ker – getting her ready for kinder. Thanks so much for helping all of us during shelter in place!
I only use my iPad or iPhone I didn’t see a way to print the sheets using an iPad or iPhone could you please help me maybe you can set them so Apple users can print them thanks.
I’m a nanny who is taking care of a first grader and a perk boys. my first grader loves to do school work my my pre k like more hands on learning he will love to do find the dot work sheets a lot. Thanks for sharing this.
Hi! Unfortunately, with iPhones and iPads there’s nothing I can do on my end to switch anything. They often tend to block direct download, but I know people have used those to download my printables so there must be a way. Try to google something like “how to direct download a pdf on iPad” or similar and you will most likely find the answer. Hope that works!
Thanks a lot!
Love your worksheets