Most children (and many adults, too) love super heroes, so we try to bring super hero-inspired fun into some of the learning activities that we put on this site. In fact, if you scroll to the bottom of this page, you’ll find links to several of our super-hero themed activities on OPC! Today, we’re bringing you a great addition to your math line-up for little learners who are working on learning numbers 1-20!
This printable pack contains 20 pages of number writing and recognition practice for numbers 1- 20. There is a full page of writing practice devoted to each number (including directional arrows to show kids the simplest way to write each number). Each page also includes a fun, super-hero themed graphic to represent each number and a game that kids can use to practice recognizing each number. There is another sheet that includes all of the numbers, so that kids can trace them in context with each other.
There are many ways you might want to use this printable for your pre-K or kindergartner! Here are a few simple ideas:
- Print these sheets out and use one per day to incorporate some math and handwriting practice into your young learner’s routine.
- Laminate the sheets, punch holes in them, and put them in a 3-ring binder to create a portable and reusable number writing activity book that your child can write in with dry erase markers.
- Mix up the pages and play a game where you see how quickly your child can put them in the correct order (starting with 1).
- Use these sheets in conjunction with some of our other super-hero inspired learning activities (scroll down to view those) to create your own “super unit.”
We hope that this printable number-writing pack helps your child master those numbers and makes your life a little easier, too! Click the link below to grab yours! And don’t forget to check out some of our other activities for Pre-K- K as well as super hero themed printables!
Other resources for you:
This printable template for comic book reports is a great, alternative way to help your student demonstrate reading comprehension, create a book report, or tell his/her own unique story!
This article has some fun ideas for talking to your kids about character and the qualities that make a hero, “heroic.”
This is a great re-source for Pre-K or toddlers who are starting to work on motor skills!