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Number writing practice

What is it

Progressive worksheets to practice writing numbers in small size

Teaching Objectives

  • Tracing and writing numbers

  • Practice greater control to write in smaller size

How to use

  • This printable is suitable for children who are able to write numbers with some independence, but needs practice to write them smaller in size

  • If your child is still learning to trace numbers, use this printable instead

  • Start with the worksheets with fewer boxes to help your child feel successful with writing

  • If your child writes inside the box, praise him/ her “good staying inside the box!”

  • If your child writes out of the box, give a feedback “hey, that’s too big”, erase and have him write it again.

  • When he is more fluent with writing inside the box, challenge him by using the worksheets with more boxes.

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Number '4' and '5' worksheet with fewer boxes

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Number '4' worksheet with many boxes

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Number '5' worksheet with many boxes

Teaching tips

  • Writing practice can get boring for the child. Keep the practice short or make it fun by using things around your home to count.

  • Change it up by using different writing materials e.g. colour pencil, marker, pen,...

Embed more learning opportunities

  • Counting - use manipulatives to practice counting then trace the number

  • Expressive language - What number is this? The lion is an ? (animal)

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