# Count and Write Numbers

Count and write numbers up to 10 confidently. First we need to count the objects and then write the numbers in the box.

In this kindergarten math worksheet kids learn from here how we count and write the numbers accordingly.

### Count and write:

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I. Count and write how many tops in each set.

II. Write the number of balloons in the box.

III. Circle the correct number:

IV. Count and Color:

Color the correct number of objects.

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