Pencil Counting Book with Chart

I know that when my girls were younger we were always looking for new number activities. I could never find enough. So I’m always looking for fun ideas to make counting books.

Today I have a new free pencil counting book with chart! This is perfect for any time of the year but is great for back to school time.

I know that we just love having easy reader books that we can make our own!

Free Pencil Number Counting Book & Chart - numbers 0 to 10 with matching number chart - 3Dinosaurs.com

Each of the pages is going to give a cup and pencils. You start with zero and work your way to ten.

The pages have very simple sight words: I, see. It allows kids that are just starting out to work on easy words with their number words.

Free Pencil Number Counting Book & Chart - numbers 0 to 10 with matching number chart - 3Dinosaurs.com

How we uses the book and chart

One fun way we like to read the book is to color the picture and underline the number word you are working on.

Free Pencil Number Counting Book & Chart - numbers 0 to 10 with matching number chart - 3Dinosaurs.com

You could also use the number chart while reading the book. After you read a number page you cover it on the chart. We use the unifix cubes. This give them a fun interactive counting activity they can do with the book.

Free Pencil Number Counting Book & Chart - numbers 0 to 10 with matching number chart - 3Dinosaurs.com

Another way to use these is to match the number and use them with a number color and trace page. This allows them to count the two items to see they match. But also to write or trace the number digit and number word. I have a fun pencil theme that just matches perfectly with the book.

No-Prep Pencil Themed Number Color and Trace - easy no-prep printables with a fun pencil themed theme 44 pages with two options for the numbers tracing or writing $ - 3Dinosaurs.com #noprepprintable #schoolprintables #numbersforkids

But if you want a different activity you could match it up to a number find. You can read the book page and then do the matching pencil number find. There are so many fun number activities you can do.

Pencil Number Find - easy to use no-prep printable numbers 0 to 20 $ - 3Dinosaurs.com

Pencil Number Find

Number digits and number words for kids to work on. You can trace the number or word and then dot them!

Pencil Number Find - easy to use no-prep printable numbers 0 to 20 $ - 3Dinosaurs.com

What you will find in these printables:

  • Number 0 to 20 in digit and word options
  • Tracing section for each number
  • Several numbers to dot on the pencil
  • $3.50 for all 43 pages of printables

If you want to check out a free sample of this you can go here to check out a sample of the pages.

Pencil Themed Number Color and Trace

This pencil themed number color and trace set has loads of fun pencil themes with coloring and tracing or writing. It has numbers 0 to 20.

No-Prep Pencil Themed Number Color and Trace - easy no-prep printables with a fun pencil themed theme 44 pages with two options for the numbers tracing or writing $ - 3Dinosaurs.com #noprepprintable #schoolprintables #numbersforkids

What you will find in these printables:

  • 21 pages of coloring and tracing numbers
  • 21 pages of coloring with writing numbers
  • $3.50 for all 44 pages of printables

Free Pencil Number Book & Chart

FREE Pencil Easy reader number book with matching number chart - 3Dinosaurs.com

What you will find in this printable:

  • Pencils in a cup
  • Numbers 0 to 10
  • Sight words: i, see
  • 12 page number book
  • Pencil number chart with numbers 0 to 10


Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

About Cassie

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
This entry was posted in learning to read, numbers and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.