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Our free number tracing worksheets are the perfect way to practice counting and introduce number tracing.

Benefits of the Number Tracing Worksheets

The number tracing pages are a great way to introduce or review numbers 1-10.

Your student will see how the number is spelled. Your student will have the opportunity to practice writing the number and the number word. Your student can also count the objects on each page.

The number worksheets will help your students identify numbers, learn number quantities, and grasp one to one correspondence.


What Activities Are Included on the Number Tracing Pages?

The number tracing pages have a variety of fine motor activities for your student. Different themes include different activities including:

  • Coloring the Number Word
  • Tracing the Numbers
  • Counting Objects
  • Coloring the Correct Number of Objects
  • Tracing the Number Words

Number Tracing Worksheets Index

We have several sets of number tracing pages in several themes. Browse the list below and snag a set that fits the current season or holiday, or simply find a theme your student would love.

How to Use the Number Tracing Activity Pages

These number tracing pages are easy to use; no prep is required!

  1. Print the pages.
  2. Give your student crayons, markers, and a pencil. If your student doesn’t have a proper pincher grip, consider breaking the crayon. This will insure proper grip.
  3. Show your student how to complete the activities on the page.
  4. We recommend using one tracing page per week as you introduce numbers. If you are reviewing numbers, you could use one per day.

If you would like to reuse the pages, laminate them before you give them to your student. Your student can use a dry erase marker to complete each tracing worksheet and wipe it off when finished.

Additional Math Printables and Activities

We have gobs of math activities for preschool and kindergarten. Try some of these: