Check out these awesome Free Number 1 Worksheets for Preschool! Build fine motor skills and boost creativity! Use watercolors and Dot Dot markers to express your creative side when it comes to the number 1. Then, practice pre-writing skills with tracing the word “one” and several 1’s. Cut and paste pieces into the number 1 puzzle to build fine motor skills. Be sure to have fun and count along the way!
Number 1 Worksheets
Celebrate the number 1 with a number 1 tracing sheet. Use a marker or crayon to trace each number. Next, have fun with a number 1 cut & paste sheet. Cut out the letters at the bottom of the page and glue each one to its matching square. To build pincher strength, the number 1 Dot Dot page goes great with stickers. Have your little ones peel and stick one sticker onto each circle. Finally, fill in your number 1 template with markers, crayons, or watercolors. Be sure to check out Number 2 Worksheets for Preschool for more number learning!
Number 1 Tracing Sheet
Number 1 Cut & Paste Worksheet
Number 1 Dot Dot Page
Number 1 Template
Number 1 Activities
The number 1 puzzle is great for building color identification skills. Cut out the pieces on the right side of the page and glue each one to its matching color. Next, trace the number 1 in the night sky and be sure to color in the stars. Review your number 1 skills in the number 1 recognition worksheet. And finally, color in your 1 llama! Use your favorite colors! Check out the Numbers 1-5 Cut & Paste Worksheets to build fine motor skills and build number recognition skills.
Number 1 Puzzle
Number 1 Trace
Number 1 Recognition Worksheet
Number 1 Coloring Page
Counting Activities for Preschool
A great way to learn about numbers is by engaging with hands-on activities. Check out some fun ways to learning about simple numbers.
Playing with playdough is a fantastic way to build fine motor skills! Print your Free Playdough Counting Mats to incorporate numbers into the fun. Laminate your mats to keep them long-lasting. Your little ones will have fun shaping the number out of playdough, then counting to that number and decorating the tree!
Get ready for a Frog Counting Sensory Bin! This activity works with water beads and numbered lily pads. Grab some little frogs to place in the bin and practice placing the corresponding number of frogs to each lily pad.
I LOVE this Kite Counting Activity that build fine motor skills through threading beads. Cut out your kites and laminate. Use a hole punch to place one hole at the bottom of the kite. Thread a pipe cleaner through the hole, then have your little ones thread the correct number of beads onto each kite.
Number Books for Preschool
A great way to learn about numbers is by picking up a good book! Reading with your little ones is a great way to build vocabulary skills, build a social connection, and discover potential interests! Read “Numbers Everywhere” (with a fun eye spy element) and “One Fox: A Count Book Thriller”. I LOVE both of these counting books!