Our number 3 worksheets feature a range of activities including handwriting the number and word, object identification and one-to-one correspondence.
Interesting Facts about Number 3
- Three is an odd number – it can not be divided by 2.
- It is a prime number – it is only divisible by itself and one.
- A triangle is a three sided object.
- Three objects together are called a trio.
- Three babies born together are called triplets.
Number 3 Worksheets
This worksheet gives your child lots of opportunities to practice handwriting number 3. There are five rows of number threes for your child to trace.
This worksheet gives your child lots of opportunities to practice writing the word three. Numbers are important sight words for your child to learn and this worksheet will help your child develop their familiarity with the word.
This worksheet contains one row of number threes that your child can trace. Plus there are four different images that your child can count. Have your child write number 3 into the box below the images.
This worksheet allows your child to practice handwriting the number 3. The second part of the worksheet allows your child to practice one-to-one correspondence by circling the images with just three items.
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