Tracing numbers is an important skill to learn in preschool and kindergarten. Just like you learn to write the letters of the alphabet, you also need to learn how to form each number properly. The best way to practice is by tracing numbers in digits and words until you have mastered them.

So, are you ready to become a number-tracing expert? Today, we will explore the fun way to practice writing numbers from 1 to 10 with our interactive number tracing worksheets 1-10.

Our printable number tracing worksheets make this practice fun and easy for little learners like you. On each worksheet, you will see the numbers 1 through 10 already outlined with a dotted or dashed line. Your job is to pick up your pencil and trace directly over those dotted lines, carefully following the shape of the number.

Tracing helps train your hands and fingers to draw the numbers in the correct formations. The more you trace, the better you will get at writing the numbers in digits and words. It’s just like connecting the dots, but even better because you are learning to write 1, 2, 3, and all the way up to 10. So, let’s get started with our number tracing worksheets.

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## Fun Activities with Number Tracing Worksheets 1-10

We have discussed many fun activities in our engaging number tracing worksheets 1-10. So kindergartners and preschool students can learn about each number in detail. So, let’s explore each activity:

**Tracing the Numbers in Digits:**Get your pencils ready and trace the digits 1 to 10 along the dotted lines.**Tracing the Numbers in Words:**Practice writing the number words like “one,” “two,” all the way to “ten” by tracing them on the worksheet.**Recognizing & Counting**: Look at the picture next to each number and count how many there are. Then, trace the corresponding number.**Writing Practice Worksheets:**Here’s where you can show off your skills. Practice tracing each number in dotted lines together.

Each activity is designed to make learning numbers fun and easy. Print our worksheet, and let’s start this awesome journey of numbers together.

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### Number 1 Tracing Worksheet

Tracing the number 1 is important to start learning numbers. Start by opening page 1 of our number tracing worksheets 1-10 pdf link, which is given at the end of this blog. Firstly, say “ONE – 1” aloud to remember it. Then, trace the number 1 along the dotted lines carefully.

After that, trace the word “one” in the dotted letters provided. Finally, count the fish in the picture next to the number. This activity helps us learn to trace and recognize the number 1 while having fun.

### Number 2 Tracing Worksheet

Next up is Number 2. Look at the two fish swimming in the picture. Can you guess how many there are? Count them and say “TWO – 2” as you do. Now, let’s trace the number 2 on the dotted lines. Start at the top and curve around like a swirly slide. Then, go down and around again after tracing the digit, and practice writing “two” in the dotted letters.

### Number 3 Tracing Worksheet

Moving further, it’s time to practice tracing the number 3. Flip to page 3 of our number tracing worksheets 1-10 and start tracing the number along the dotted lines. Then, practice tracing the word “three” in the dotted letters provided.

Now, look at the fish swimming in the picture next to the number. Can you guess how many there are? Count them and say “THREE – 3” as you do. This activity is a fun way to learn how to write, recognize, and say the number perfectly.

### Number 4 Tracing Worksheet

Meet Number 4, with four playful starfish visible in the picture given on page 4. Count them with me. One, two, three, four. Fantastic! Now, grab your pencil and trace the number 4 on the dotted lines. Start at the top, go down, around, and back up.

Then, make a straight line across the bottom. After practicing tracing the number in digits, trace the number in words by writing the word “four” in the dotted words given at the bottom of the worksheet.

### Number 5 Tracing Worksheet

Number 5 is here, surrounded by five clownfish. Let’s count them together. One, two, three, four, five. Wonderful counting! Now, it’s time to trace the number 5 by flipping to page 5 of our number tracing worksheets 1-10.

Start at the top, curve around like a rollercoaster, then make a little hump at the bottom. After tracing the digit, practice writing “five” in the dotted words in the lines at the bottom of our engaging and interacting worksheet.

### Number 6 Tracing Worksheet

Say hello to Number 6, accompanied by six adorable jellyfish. Count them with me. One, two, three, four, five, six! Practice pronouncing the number in digits and words simultaneously. Now, let’s trace the number 6 on the dotted lines.

Follow the pattern of starting at the top, curving around like a loop, then making a small hump at the bottom by looking the number 6 drawn on the worksheet. After that, practice writing the word “six”.

### Number 7 Tracing Worksheet

Let’s move to page 7 of our number tracing worksheets 1-10 to learn how to pronounce and trace the number perfectly. First, trace the number 7 along the dotted lines by starting at the top, going down and around like a slide, and then adding a small line across the middle. Then, practice tracing the number in the word “seven” in the dotted letters.

While tracing seven, did you count the fish swimming in the picture drawn next to it? Count them and practice saying seven with a little pause for each syllable. It’s a super fun way to learn about the number 7.

### Number 8 Tracing Worksheet

Here comes the number 8, surrounded by eight fish. To improve our recognition skills, let’s count them together: one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. Clap for yourself as you count it correctly.

Now, trace the number 8 on the dotted lines. Start at the top, make a curve, then loop around and back up. After tracing the digit, practice writing the word “eight” in the dotted letters.

### Number 9 Tracing Worksheet

Let’s turn to page 9 of our number tracing worksheet. Start by following the pattern to trace the number, starting at the top, making a curve, then looping around and backing up with a little tail. Practice tracing the number in dotted lines and then in dotted letters as “nine.”

Now, look at the fish swimming in the picture next to the number. Can you guess how many are? Count them and practice saying “nine” as you do. Enjoy the fun way to learn about the number 9 and improve your tracing skills.

### Number 10 Tracing Worksheet

It’s time to trace the number 10 by visiting page 10 of our number tracing worksheets 1-10. Start by tracing the number along the dotted lines by starting at the top, making a curve, and then looping around and back up with a long tail. Then, trace the word “ten” in the dotted letters.

Now, look at the fish swimming in the picture next to the number. Practice pronouncing each number as you count to improve your phonics skills. It’s a fun way to learn about the number 10 while enjoying counting the fishy friends.

## Number 1-10 Writing Practice Worksheet

Writing numbers is essential for improving your handwriting and number recognition skills. Now that you have traced all the numbers from 1 to 10, it’s time for some extra practice. Flip to page 11 and find the writing practice worksheet given in our number tracing worksheets 1-10. This worksheet will help you practice what you have learned about numbers. So, start tracing each number in the dotted digits and have fun learning.

## Engaging Chants for Learning Numbers 1-10

Now, it’s time to practice pronouncing the rhyming chants to learn numbers 1-10 in an engaging and fun way. Children can easily remember and recite numbers from 1 to 10 with rhythmic tunes and simple lyrics. So, let’s pronounce each tune aloud:

“One, two, buckle my shoe, |

Three, four, shut the door, |

Five, six, pick up sticks, |

Seven, eight, don’t be late, |

Nine, ten, let’s count again.” |

## Final Words

Wow, we have had an amazing journey with our number tracing worksheets 1-10. We have learned a lot about numbers by tracing each number in digits and words and counting the fish in the pictures. Remember, practicing tracing helps us better write neatly and recognize numbers faster. These worksheets make learning numbers feel like a fun adventure.

So, keep practicing to become a pro at counting and writing numbers. Remember to review the worksheets whenever you want to practice tracing numbers. Download our worksheets and print them to become a master of numbers and the letter alphabet. Do visit our website again to continue learning while doing fun activities.