Engage your students in activities using the following number charts 1-50 to help them learn numbers. These free and printable 50 number charts from 1 to 50 are available to help your children in learning numbers and are great tools for students to explore and think about the number system. You can use them to teach a variety of math concepts including place value understanding, number patterns, skip counting, addition, subtraction and so much more. Browse the charts in the following images below. Click to enlarge and download the images!
Kids will use these number charts 1-50 to remember the numbers and sequences. Being able to differentiate numbers using these 50 number charts is important for kids to master. You can use them as morning warm-up, math small group, number recognition review, homework, or monthly number writing assessment. This chart is a great way to introduce one to one correspondence with numbers as well as number identification up to 50.
These charts have numerous number pattern activities and you can guide your children all through their math learning experience. Counting and number recognition worksheets are among the first math worksheets that preschool and kindergarten children will practice with. Number recognition is a building block to success in math. As preschool and kindergarten children start to recognize their numbers, it is natural for them to begin counting objects.
Download these printable number charts in full color. Each column is color-coded for easy reference and to highlight number patterns. Don’t forget to also fill in all numbers the blank chart. Reinforce basic whole number concept to your class with this number chart. Help kids learn using the hundreds chart in a variety of fun, creative math activities for kids. These are great for kids to identify number patterns! Print and enjoy the study time!