I created these worksheets my first year teaching because my district uses the Investigations math program... which does not focus on writing numbers as quickly as my district requires grades for them! So, my classroom turned it into a game! Each student starts on the first page and does it over and over again until they master it. Then, they move on to the next. We keep track as a class to see what number worksheet each student is on, and talk about the graph daily by celebrating successes. This way, every student is working on the level they need and receiving support for growth! In this freebie edition of my differentiated number teacher booklet, I am including the first four worksheets. After writing numbers 1-10 on page four, it progresses to higher numbers, missing numbers, skip-counting, addition, and subtraction. You can also find an example of our classroom graph in my complete teacher number differentiation workbook!
Thanks for reading and happy counting!