Free Printable Numbers Worksheets for Kindergarten through Sixth Grade

These Numbers Worksheets are based on Grade Level Skill Requirements.

Numbers and operations are the very foundation of all math. Expose your child to enough practice, and the basic math concepts as well as the ability to solve problems will just becomes natural.

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Printable Numbers Worksheets

Kindergarten Numbers and Operations
  • Rote count forward from 1 - 100 and backward from any number in the range of 1 - 10
count to 3; count to 5; count to 10; represent numbers to 10; up and down with pictures; up and down with numbers; using tally marks; before, after and between; forward and backward; count to 20; count to 30; count groups of 10; count tens and ones.
  • Numerals 0 - 30
Names of numbers to 10; names of numbers to 20, names of numbers to 30.
  • Order numberals 1 - 10
On the number line; complete a sequence; put numbers in order.
  • Count objects in sets
Pictures; Tally marks.
  • Compare sets up to 30
Fewer, equal & more with pictures, fewer, equal & more mixed.
  • Describe numbers from 1 to 9 using 5 as a benchmark
Benchmark 5.

First Grade Numbers worksheets
  • Count by ones forward and backward from 1 - 120 starting at any number. Count by 2's 5's and 10's to 100
Count to 30; Count to 100; Count by 2's; Count by 5's; Count by 10's.
  • Name the number one less or one more - up to 120
Counting forward and backward mix (by 1)
  • Order objects/events using Ordinal numbers
Ordinal Numbers
  • Recognize numerals from 0 to 1000
0 - 50; 51 - 100; 101 - 500; 501 - 1000
  • Write, compare and order numbers to 120
On the number line; Comparing numbers to 10; Compare numbers to 120; Put numbers in order.
  • Group numbers into Tens and Ones
Up to 30; 100 Number Chart
  • Count by 2's, 5's and 10's
Skip Count by 2 with pictures; Skip Count by 2 to 100; Skip Count by 2 using Charts; Skip Count by 5 with pictures; Skip count by 5 to 100; Skip Count by 5 using Charts; Skip Count by 10 with pictures; Skip Count by 10 to 100; Skip Count by 10 using Charts.

  • Classify Numbers as Odd or Even
Identify Even or Odd; Which Even or Odd comes Before or After?
  • Addition and Subtraction
Addition with pictures; Subtraction with pictures; Addition word problems; Subtraction word problems; Addition and subtraction terms.
Represent Addition on the number line; Represent Subtraction on the number line.
Demonstrate the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction - Fact Families; Complete the number sentence.
  • Add three 1 digit numbers, using commutative and associative properties of addition
Adding three numbers; Word problems
  • Quick recall of addition fact to 10 and subtraction facts for sums to 18
Addition facts; Subtraction facts

Second Grade Numbers and Operations
  • Compare and sort 2D and 3D figures according to geometric attributes
Count sides and vertices; Count edges, vertices and faces; Compare sides and vertices; Open and Closed shapes.
  • Identify and name 2D shapes, including real world applications
2D Shpaes; 3D Shapes; Everyday objects.
  • Combine and divide known shapes into other shapes.
Link between planar and 3D shapes.
Third Grade Numbers
  • Count by ones forward and backward from 1 - 120 starting at any number. Count by 2's 5's and 10's to 100
Count to 30; Count to 100; Count by 2's; Count by 5's; Count by 10's.
  • Name the number one less or one more - up to 120
Counting forward and backward mix (by 1)
  • Order objects/events using Ordinal numbers
Ordinal Numbers
  • Recognize numerals from 0 to 1000
0 - 50; 51 - 100; 101 - 500; 501 - 1000
  • Write, compare and order numbers to 120
On the number line; Comparing numbers to 10; Compare numbers to 120; Put numbers in order.
  • Group numbers into Tens and Ones
Up to 30; 100 Number Chart
  • Count by 2's, 5's and 10's
Skip Count by 2 with pictures; Skip Count by 2 to 100; Skip Count by 2 using Charts; Skip Count by 5 with pictures; Skip count by 5 to 100; Skip Count by 5 using Charts; Skip Count by 10 with pictures; Skip Count by 10 to 100; Skip Count by 10 using Charts.

  • Classify Numbers as Odd or Even
Identify Even or Odd; Which Even or Odd comes Before or After?
  • Addition and Subtraction
Addition with pictures; Subtraction with pictures; Addition word problems; Subtraction word problems; Addition and subtraction terms.
Represent Addition on the number line; Represent Subtraction on the number line.
Demonstrate the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction - Fact Families; Complete the number sentence.
  • Add three 1 digit numbers, using commutative and associative properties of addition
Adding three numbers; Word problems
  • Quick recall of addition fact to 10 and subtraction facts for sums to 18
Addition facts; Subtraction facts

Fourth Grade Numbers
  • Compare, order and represent numbers to 10,000 using numbers and symbols
Write numbers in words; Order numbers; greatest & least; greater than/less than; compare numbers with addition and subtraction; place value names; value digits; Identify digits with particular place value; write in expanded form.
  • Rounding whole numbers
Rounding numbers; rounding money amounts; rounding brain teasers.
  • Accurately add and subtract whole numbers using standard algorithms.
Add two three digit numbers; three digit input/output tables with three digit numbers; completing addition sentences; add three or more numbers; add two numbers with four or more digits; Input/output tables with four or more digits; complet the subtraction sentences;
  • Solve multi-step word problems
Word problems - two numbers up to three digits; three or more numbers up to three digits; two numbers with four or more digits; Mixed operations.
  • Represent, compare and order, and identify equivalent fractions with denominators 2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,12.
Represent fractions; fraction word problems, compare fractions, order fractions, equivalent fractions, reducing fractions to their simplest form.
  • Show Multiplication to be repeated addition, skip numbers, jumps on the number line and connect to a multiplication equation.
Write the multiplication sentence, relate repeated addition to multiplication equation;
  • Show division to be repeated subtraction, skip numbers backwards, equal jumps on the number line and connect to a division equation.
Division facts to 5;
  • Multiplication facts to 12
Multiplication facts worksheets
  • Prducts, quotients and factors
Missing factors - to 12; missing factors, word problems; Relate multiplication and division.

Fifth Grade Numbers

Long Division

  • Multi Digit Division
Divison Facts to 12; Division word problems; Division/place value patterns.
  • Determine Quotients
Divide numbers ending in zero; Divide numbers ending in zero - word problems. Estimate Quotients

Addition and Subtraction of Fractions

  • Represent Addition and Subtraction
Fractions with like denominators; Mixed numbers;
Add and subtract decimals; Calculate common denominators and rewrite fractions; Greatest common factor; least common multiple;
Add 3 or more fractions with unlike denominators; Complete addition and subtraction sentences with fractions; Add mixed numbers and with unlike denominators; Inequalities with mixed numbers.
  • Word problems Whole/Mixed/Fractions/Decimals
Add/Subtract whole numbers; Add/Subtract Money; Estimate sums and difference; Fractions with like denominators; fractions with unlike denominatros; mixed numbers.
  • Multiply by numbers ending in Zeros (10, 100, 1000)
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