# Numbers 0 to 10 Level 2

Teach kindergarteners all about the numbers 0 to 10 with this guided lesson which focuses not only on recognizing numbers, but beginning to understand their value. Each exercise aims to illustrate the values behind each number in an engaging way, making early maths a fun occasion. If you wish to extend the learning after the lesson is over, check out our accompanying numbers worksheets.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities.

## Numbers 0-10 Song

Forget the monster mash ... it's time for monster maths! Help your child learn to count the fun way with this catchy numbers 0-10 song. Early learners will practise counting forward and backward, number recognition and one-to-one correspondence as they sing along with this silly monster band.

## Numbers 1 to 10 Photoshoot

Officer Ice Cream needs to find specific numbers around town. As Roly calls out different numbers, kids will help Officer Ice Cream find and photograph that number! In this game, they will be using her special camera to spot the numbers hiding in the nighttime scene. Numbers 1 to 10 Photoshoot is the perfect digital learning experience for preschoolers and kindergarteners who are starting to recognise numbers 0 to 10 in their numeric forms. It’s also a great way to boost their number sense!

## Numbers 1 to 10 Balloon Pop

In this fast-paced game, kids pop the balloon with the matching number as soon as they see it.

## Numbers 1 to 10 Story

Grandpa Joe is a globe-trekking collector who loves to count! You can tag along on his maths journey across the world with this rhyming story featuring the numbers 1 to 10. From Greece and Australia to Tokyo and the North Pole, this colorful counting story is an entertaining way to give kindergartners extra exposure to numbers 0–10 while boosting skills around number sense, reading, and even world geography!

## Numbers 1 to 10 Matching

Learning number shapes can be a bit of a snooze, but in this picture matching game, numbers 1-9 get a serious upgrade! Match the number to the card with the closest picture on it for maths learning fun.

## Numbers 1 to 10 Puzzle

There's a number party happening, and numbers 1 to 10 are dancing in a conga line! Kids will flex cognitive skills and hand-eye coordination with this interactive puzzle. Boasting three levels of play and optional hints, this puzzle is fun for kids of all ages.

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