# Count and Write: 0-10 (1)

In this worksheet, students count in the number range 0-10 and write the answer.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Count to 100

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

Counting is something that we do everyday of our lives. For example, we have to count when we go shopping, when we cook and when we play hide and seek!

In this worksheet, you will have to count the number of objects that you see. You can use the number line to help you.

How many peppers are there?

How many butterflies are there?

How many pineapples are there?

How many peaches are there?

How many sheep are there?

How many melons are there?

How many apples are there?

How many butterflies are there?

How many cars are there?

• Question 1

How many peppers are there?

7
EDDIE SAYS
There are 7 peppers.
Try using the number line to count how many peppers there are. Starting at 1, count each number for each car. You should reach seven peppers.
• Question 2

How many butterflies are there?

2
EDDIE SAYS
There are 2 butterflies.
• Question 3

How many pineapples are there?

5
EDDIE SAYS
There are five pineapples.
• Question 4

How many peaches are there?

3
EDDIE SAYS
There are 3 peaches.
• Question 5

How many sheep are there?

3
EDDIE SAYS
There are 3 sheep.
• Question 6

How many melons are there?

9
EDDIE SAYS
There are 9 watermelons.
• Question 7

How many apples are there?

8
EDDIE SAYS
There are 8 apples.
• Question 8

How many butterflies are there?

3
EDDIE SAYS
There are 3 butterflies.
• Question 9

How many cars are there?

6
EDDIE SAYS
There are 6 cars.
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