In this post, you’ll find a free pdf printable number chart for numbers 1-20 that is perfect for your preschoolers and little ones! Whether you print this 1-20 chart to hang on your wall or laminate for tracing, you can use this number chart to help your little ones learn their numbers while singing the number song!
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I made this fun chart to help my 3 year old learn his numbers 1-20! I thought I would share this with you as well. This chart is simple as is shows the numbers 1-20, as well as, the spelling of each number. I have printed this out and laminated it to hang on my school room wall. This is also helpful for my first grader who is learning to spell his numbers! Find out how to print this free printable number 1-20 chart below!
How to Print Number 1-20 Chart
This free printable pdf number chart is available for personal use only. If you would like to use this for anything other than personal use, contact me at email@example.com for permission. To print, simple click on the picture below and follow your computer prompts to print. Don’t forget to share your pictures of you using our free printables on IG @HomeschoolFreebiesandGiveaways Or share on Pinterest with all of your other fun school resources!
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Practicing your numbers is easy with this fun number 1-20 chart! You can print to hang on the wall or have your child trace it to practice their number formation. I recommend laminating it (Click here for my favorite laminating supplies) to make it more durable. While using our free number chart listen to this fun song from The Singing Walrus!
Counting from 1-20 Video from The Singing Walrus
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