Looking for some engaging activities to target numbers in the teens activities? Teen numbers are difficult for kindergarten kids to understand. These printable activities and worksheets work on number sense activities focused on teen numbers
Teen Numbers Kindergarten
Teaching children to count one to one correspondence requires some practice and patience.
A number activity is an activity that can be done to help children learn about numbers.
The first type of number activities is counting. Counting is when you go over a set of objects and count how many of them there are.
Numbers in the teens are essential before we move onto more complex number activities.
There are many different ways to count, such as counting by ones, by tens, or by fives. This is a good way to practice counting teen numbers too by counting on.
The second type of number activities is adding. Adding is when you take two sets of numbers and add them together to get a new number.
Another type of number activity is subtracting. Subtracting is when you take two sets of numbers and subtract one from the other to get a new answer.
For instance this printable activity, kids can count using a dot marker by counting the circle and dabbing them as they count one to one or they could use pom poms to fill in the circles and count.
How to teach kindergarten teen numbers
Teaching kids about teen numbers is not an easy task. But it is a necessary one.
Kids will eventually have to deal with numbers beyond what they are familiar with, and they will need to be able to do so without any help from their parents.
A good way to teach kids about teen numbers is by using the number cards.
In this way, kids can learn how to write the number and understand how it relates to the previous number in the sequence.
There are lots of ways to incorporate number games and activities.
Another good way is to use printable games like this one below.
Kids will trace the teen number, then dab that many dots to cover the dots to represent the number.
These printables are in the shape of a pencil.
Kids will LOVE these ideas!
Before you teach teen numbers, kids will need to be familiar with their numbers to ten. Here are some fun activities you can use with them to count and work on number recognition:
- Star Wars Math Activities Count and Match
- Interactive Hole Punch Activities Book: Free Clover Counting Book
- Counting by 10s 100 Days School Balloon Cards Fine Motor
Numbers 11-19 Worksheets PDF free
Ready to try these with your students?