Counting and number sequences can be tough for kids, but knowing numbers backwards and forwards is what allows them to do more complex number tasks. I saw this idea of “before, between and after” and thought it was valuable. So, here’s my take on that concept. This would be great for kindergarten or first grade, depending on your students.
Kids must write in the numbers so that the sequence is complete. Click here for the free printable PDF: Before Between After – Numbers
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