# Worksheets on Missing Numbers from 1 to 10

Printable worksheets on missing numbers from 1 to 10 help the kids to practice counting of the numbers. Number math activities for kids are very important and necessary in early childhood education, preschool, kindergarten, nursery school and also for homeschooled kids.

Here the children are asked to look at the grid of numbers and identify the missing numbers and then fill in the missing numbers to count up to 10. In these missing number worksheets some of the numbers are already filled in to help kids to recognize the missing number from 1 to 10 in the box.

# Fill in the missing numbers:

Parents and teachers can help the children to figure out the missing numbers and write in the box in the worksheets on missing numbers from 1 to 10.

Math Only Math is based on the premise that children do not make a distinction between play and work and learn best when learning becomes play and play becomes learning.

However, suggestions for further improvement, from all quarters would be greatly appreciated.

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