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Learn numbers: Download 32 free worksheets to colour

Young children learn numbers from 0 to 30 with these fun worksheets to colour. They count and explore numbers and their different shapes, before and after order, and place values. Although some topics may seem advanced for toddlers, sometimes they amaze us with their intelligence.

Just provide them with these worksheets in print and a variety of coloured pencils or crayons. Then, watch them learn numbers with your guidance. They strengthen their fingers and wrists and soon will be ready to use these numbers to add, subtract, multiply and divide.

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Get started with your lessons by choosing the images that you would like to print. Read the suggestions offered for teaching each number while you prepare your schedule. Click the link or image to download. Open and print the worksheets many times for children to colour and learn numbers. Here are 31 number worksheets and 1 worksheet with numbers 0 to 30 to download, print, colour and have fun.

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Learn numbers 0 to 30

Colour number 0

Zero or 0 is the first whole number. It is not a counting number and it comes before 1. Children learn numbers have place values. When a number stands alone, the place value is Ones which means the number stays exactly the same. The number 0 has the place value of 0 or nothing.

Have some fun with 0 by placing posters of numbers and shapes next to each other and letting children spot the shape that looks like a zero. The answers oval or circle should be applauded.

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Colour number 1

One or 1 is the 1st counting number. It comes after 0 and before 2. Children learn numbers have place values. When a number stands alone, the place value is Ones which means the number stays exactly the same. The number 1 has the place value of 1.

Have some fun with 1 by letting children count parts of their body of which they only have 1. The answers head, nose, chin, mouth, tongue, forehead, neck, chest, back, belly, waist, heart, liver and others should be applauded.

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Colour number 2

Two or 2 is the 2nd counting number. It comes after 1 and before 3. Children learn numbers have place values. When a number stands alone, the place value is Ones which means the number stays exactly the same. The number 2 has the place value of 2.

Have some fun with 2 by letting children count parts of their body of which they only have 2. The answers eyes, ears, cheeks, nostrils, lips, eyebrows, arms, hands, hips, thighs, legs, knees, shins, ankles, feet and others should be applauded.

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Colour number 3

Three or 3 is the 3rd counting number. It comes after 2 and before 4. Children learn numbers have place values. When a number stands alone, the place value is Ones which means the number stays exactly the same. The number 3 has the place value of 3.

Have some fun with 3 by letting children count 3 fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 3 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 4

Four or 4 is the 4th counting number. It comes after 3 and before 5. Children learn numbers have place values. When a number stands alone, the place value is Ones which means the number stays exactly the same. The number 4 has the place value of 4.

Have some fun with 4 by letting children count 4 fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 4 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 5

Five or 5 is the 5th counting number. It comes after 4 and before 6. Children learn numbers have place values. When a number stands alone, the place value is Ones which means the number stays exactly the same. The number 5 has the place value of 5.

Have some fun with 5 by letting children count 5 fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 5 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 6

Six or 6 is the 6th counting number. It comes after 5 and before 7. Children learn numbers have place values. When a number stands alone, the place value is Ones which means the number stays exactly the same. The number 6 has the place value of 6.

Have some fun with 6 by letting children count 6 fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 6 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 7

Seven or 7 is the 7th counting number. It comes after 6 and before 8. Children learn numbers have place values. When a number stands alone, the place value is Ones which means the number stays exactly the same. The number 7 has the place value of 7.

Have some fun with 7 by letting children count 7 fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 7 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 8

Eight or 8 is the 8th counting number. It comes after 7 and before 9. Children learn numbers have place values. When a number stands alone, the place value is Ones which means the number stays exactly the same. The number 8 has the place value of 8.

Have some fun with 8 by letting children count 8 fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 8 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 9

Nine or 9 is the 9th counting number. It comes after 8 and before 10. Children learn numbers have place values. When a number stands alone, the place value is Ones which means the number stays exactly the same. The number 9 has the place value of 9.

Have some fun with 9 by letting children count 9 fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 9 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 10

Ten or 10 is the 10th counting number. It comes after 9 and before 11. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 10, the 1 has the place value of 10 and the 0 has the place value of 0.

Have some fun with 10 by letting children count 10 fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 10 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 11

Eleven or 11 is the 11th counting number. It comes after 10 and before 12. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 11, the 1 has the place value of 10 and the other 1 has the place value of 1.

Have some fun with 11 by letting children count 11 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 11 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 12

Twelve or 12 is the 12th counting number. It comes after 11 and before 13. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 12, the 1 has the place value of 10 and the 2 has the place value of 2.

Have some fun with 12 by letting children count 12 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 12 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 13

Thirteen or 13 is the 13th counting number. It comes after 12 and before 14. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 13, the 1 has the place value of 10 and the 3 has the place value of 3.

Have some fun with 13 by letting children count 13 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 13 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 14

Fourteen or 14 is the 14th counting number. It comes after 13 and before 15. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 14, the 1 has the place value of 10 and the 4 has the place value of 4.

Have some fun with 14 by letting children count 14 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 14 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 15

Fifteen or 15 is the 15th counting number. It comes after 14 and before 16. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 15, the 1 has the place value of 10 and the 5 has the place value of 5.

Have some fun with 15 by letting children count 15 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 15 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 16

Sixteen or 16 is the 16th counting number. It comes after 15 and before 17. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 16, the 1 has the place value of 10 and the 6 has the place value of 6.

Have some fun with 16 by letting children count 16 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 16 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 17

Seventeen or 17 is the 17th counting number. It comes after 16 and before 18. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 17, the 1 has the place value of 10 and the 7 has the place value of 7.

Have some fun with 17 by letting children count 17 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 17 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 18

Eighteen or 18 is the 18th counting number. It comes after 17 and before 19. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 18, the 1 has the place value of 10 and the 8 has the place value of 8.

Have some fun with 18 by letting children count 18 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 18 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 19

Nineteen or 19 is the 19th counting number. It comes after 18 and before 20. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 19, the 1 has the place value of 10 and the 9 has the place value of 9.

Have some fun with 19 by letting children count 19 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 19 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 20

Twenty or 20 is the 20th counting number. It comes after 19 and before 21. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 20, the 2 has the place value of 20 and the 0 has the place value of 0.

Have some fun with 20 by letting children count 20 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 20 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 21

Twenty-one or 21 is the 21st counting number. It comes after 20 and before 22. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 21, the 2 has the place value of 20 and the 1 has the place value of 1.

Have some fun with 21 by letting children count 21 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 21 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 22

Twenty-two or 22 is the 22nd counting number. It comes after 21 and before 23. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 22, the 2 has the place value of 20 and the 2 has the place value of 2.

Have some fun with 22 by letting children count 22 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 22 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 23

Twenty-three or 23 is the 23rd counting number. It comes after 22 and before 24. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 23, the 2 has the place value of 20 and the 3 has the place value of 3.

Have some fun with 23 by letting children count 23 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 23 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 24

Twenty-four or 24 is the 24th counting number. It comes after 23 and before 25. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 24, the 2 has the place value of 20 and the 4 has the place value of 4.

Have some fun with 24 by letting children count 24 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 24 things around a room in a specific time.

Download, save, print and colour the number 24

Colour number 25

Twenty-five or 25 is the 25th counting number. It comes after 24 and before 26. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 25, the 2 has the place value of 20 and the 5 has the place value of 5.

Have some fun with 25 by letting children count 25 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 25 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 26

Twenty-six or 26 is the 26th counting number. It comes after 25 and before 27. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 26, the 2 has the place value of 20 and the 6 has the place value of 6.

Have some fun with 26 by letting children count 26 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 26 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 27

Twenty-seven or 27 is the 27th counting number. It comes after 26 and before 28. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 27, the 2 has the place value of 20 and the 7 has the place value of 7.

Have some fun with 27 by letting children count 27 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 27 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 28

Twenty-eight or 28 is the 28th counting number. It comes after 27 and before 29. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 28, the 2 has the place value of 20 and the 8 has the place value of 8.

Have some fun with 28 by letting children count 28 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 28 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 29

Twenty-nine or 29 is the 29th counting number. It comes after 28 and before 30. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 29, the 2 has the place value of 20 and the 9 has the place value of 9.

Have some fun with 29 by letting children count 29 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 29 things around a room in a specific time.

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Colour number 30

Thirty or 30 is the 30th counting number. It comes after 29 and before 31. Children learn numbers have place values. Before Ones is the place value Tens which means the second number is 10 times. In number 30, the 3 has the place value of 30 and the 0 has the place value of 0.

Have some fun with 30 by letting children count 30 fingers using other people’s fingers, people, toys, animals, foods, furniture and any countable items. They can even gather 30 things around a room in a specific time.

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