# Learn to count to 3 Kindergarten worksheets - Counting to 3 printable for kinders

## Counting objects and numbers 1 to 3 recognition

Learning to count and understanding numbers can be very much challenging for some kids. Numeracy, being the basis of early math, our ** learn to count to 3 kindergarten worksheets** will provide very easy and technical exercises for kids to readily understand how numbers function.

This *counting to 3*** printable for kinders** will not only teach kinders how to count, but will help them to understand that counting does not only entail reciting numbers, but being cognizant of the relationship that exist between these numbers and quantities.

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** Counting objects and numbers 1 to 3 recognition** will greatly enable kids to know that there is a one-to-one correspondence of numbers to objects, thereby building a good foundation of rational counting.

Here, to make this concept fun, interesting and easily understood by kids, we have focused on the most basic and simple numbers 1 to 3. Moreover, we have used real life objects, which are beautiful and colorful, thus attractive and to enticing to kids.

### Boast 1 to 3 number recognition skill – counting objects and numbers 1 to 3 recognition

Kinders can greatly ** boast 1 to 3 number recognition skill** as they engage in our

*Counting objects and numbers 1 to 3 recognition.*Simple activities involved here include *count and color the correct number* and *drawing the correct number of objects*.

These exercises will improve kid’s confidence with numbers, enhance effective counting and number sense skill. Moreover, these learning facets are relevant and authentic to children during play as they appear in real world.

As kinders explore and count sets of objects, they begin to understand and connect the number name and numeral to the quantity.

Here, they must learn that the final number in the count does not just label the last item counted but also represents the number of objects in that set.

### Example - in each set, count and color the correct number

In these exercises, there are a number of objects grouped separately in sets. Wherein, ** in each set, count and color the correct number. **It’s very easy and straight to the point.

The only secret here as earlier said is for you to keep in mind that the final object counted represents the number of all the objects in that set.

So looking at the first set, we begin to count;

Our last number counted is 3 not so?

So, we’ve got to color the correct number → **3**

Oooops. Bravo!!!