# Say Numbers From Zero to Billion in English

Natural numbers, such as 1, 2, 3, are used for counting and ordering. Learning numbers is the very first step of a kid entering into mathematics, and it constitutes the most fundamental idea of that discipline. Early exposure to mathematical knowledge predicts later mathematical competence. Kids need to be provided a lot of experience in learning numbers.

Between the ages of 2 and 4, kids start to develop their counting skills dramatically and be able to understand the actual concept of numbers. They will also begin to recognize written number symbols. By the age of 5, some kids are able to count to 100. Kids in the first and second grade can write and recognize the numerals 0 to 100, and the words for these numbers. It is important for kids to recognize different representations of numbers, and be able to convert between digits and numbers into English words.

This worksheet provides the numbers from zero to one billion, both in the standard numeric form and in the word form. Parents could use it to assist kids in learning counting, writing, and pronouncing numbers from zero to one billion. It can also serve as a wall poster for attracting your kids to learn the numbers.

Numbers From One to Thirty

Counting From One to Ten by Finger Gestures

Counting From Six to Ten by Finger Gestures

Outlines of Digits From Zero to Nine

Alphabet Letters and Numbers in a Keyboard Layout

Multiples Shown on Hundreds Charts

Multiplication Table 12 by 12

Numbers From Eleven To Twenty

Numbers From One To Ten

Counting from one to nine one by one via incrementation

Multiplication Table 10 by 10

Chinese Multiplication Table 9 by 9

Finding prime numbers by sifting

Counting From One to Five by Finger Gestures

Numbers From One To Twenty

Exercises for counting to five

Exercises for counting to three

Numbers and Counting From Zero to Ten

Exercises for counting to ten

Exercises for counting to nine