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Count Forward: 10-20

In this worksheet, students count forward from 10 to 20 filling in any gaps.

'Count Forward: 10-20' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Count to 100

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Estimating means giving your best guess. Use the clues to help you make a really good guess before you actually count the number of objects.

 

Example:

Look at the number of objects from left to right they are going down by one each time? If there are 12 musical notes, 11 leaves, and 10 blue flowers then there are likely to be 9 pink flowers.

First estimate and then count the number of pink flowers. Write the correct number below.

 

? 10 11 12

 

Answer = 9

First estimate and then count the number of snowflakes. Write the correct number below.

 

12 13 ? 15

First estimate and then count the number of butterflies. Write the correct number below.

 

14 ? 16 17

First estimate and then count the number of musical notes. Write the correct number below.

 

9 10 11 ?

First estimate and then count the number of lightbulbs. Write the correct number below.

 

? 14 15 16

First estimate and then count the number of butterflies. Write the correct number below.

 

14 ? 16 17

First estimate and then count the number of lightbulbs. Write the correct number below.

 

10 11 12 ?

First estimate and then count the number of fish. Write the correct number below.

 

15 16 ? 18

First estimate and then count the number of leaves. Write the correct number below.

 

? 12 13 14

First estimate and then count the number of fish. Write the correct number below.

 

14 15 16 ?

First estimate and then count the number of blue stars. Write the correct number below.

 

? 17 18 19
  • Question 1

First estimate and then count the number of snowflakes. Write the correct number below.

 

12 13 ? 15
CORRECT ANSWER
14
EDDIE SAYS
There are 14 snowflakes.
  • Question 2

First estimate and then count the number of butterflies. Write the correct number below.

 

14 ? 16 17
CORRECT ANSWER
15
EDDIE SAYS
There are 15 butterflies.
  • Question 3

First estimate and then count the number of musical notes. Write the correct number below.

 

9 10 11 ?
CORRECT ANSWER
12
EDDIE SAYS
There are 12 musical notes.
  • Question 4

First estimate and then count the number of lightbulbs. Write the correct number below.

 

? 14 15 16
CORRECT ANSWER
13
EDDIE SAYS
There are 13 lightbulbs.
  • Question 5

First estimate and then count the number of butterflies. Write the correct number below.

 

14 ? 16 17
CORRECT ANSWER
15
EDDIE SAYS
There are 15 butterflies.
  • Question 6

First estimate and then count the number of lightbulbs. Write the correct number below.

 

10 11 12 ?
CORRECT ANSWER
13
EDDIE SAYS
There are 13 lightbulbs.
  • Question 7

First estimate and then count the number of fish. Write the correct number below.

 

15 16 ? 18
CORRECT ANSWER
17
EDDIE SAYS
There are 17 fish.
  • Question 8

First estimate and then count the number of leaves. Write the correct number below.

 

? 12 13 14
CORRECT ANSWER
11
EDDIE SAYS
There are 11 leaves.
  • Question 9

First estimate and then count the number of fish. Write the correct number below.

 

14 15 16 ?
CORRECT ANSWER
17
EDDIE SAYS
There are 17 fish.
  • Question 10

First estimate and then count the number of blue stars. Write the correct number below.

 

? 17 18 19
CORRECT ANSWER
16
EDDIE SAYS
There are 16 blue stars.
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