# Numbers From One To Ten

Natural numbers, such as 1, 2, 3, are used for counting and ordering. Learning numbers is essential for kids, because it is an important foundation for understanding mathematics. Early exposure to mathematical knowledge predicts later mathematical competence. Kids need to be provided a lot of experience learning numbers.

By age 3, most kids are able to count to 5, and some of them can accurately count up to 20. They will also begin to recognize written number symbols. Besides, kids need to recognize different representations of numbers, and be able to convert between digits and number words.

This worksheet provides the numbers from 1 to 10 both in the standard numeric form and in the word form. Parents could use it to assist kids in learning counting and writing numbers in words from 1 to 10. It can serve as a wall poster for attracting your kids to learn the numbers.

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