Students can practice their handwriting, while they practice their counting - numbers 0 to 10.
The top of the number sheet has the number word written with its numeral right above it, across from that is a stack of hay representing the amount of each number with pumpkins. For ex. The number two is written with the numeral 2, next to it, and across from that, a stack of hay has 2 pumpkins. Below is an opportunity for students to practice writing their numbers, the first and second line allows for students to trace the number 3 times, the third line allows for students to trace the number 2 times and the final line allows for students to trace the number 1 time. The next section of the number sheet asks students to fill in the ten frame with the numeral amount. Below the ten frame are two more sections - the first section asks students to mark off an amount between 0 to 10 out of an amount of 12 and the second section asks students to draw the representative amount out of numbers 0 to 10.
I recommend laminating the number sheets after printing so that they may be used as write and wipe number sheets.
For the ten frame section - there are a variety of things that can be used to fill the amounts including (but not limited to) playdough, mini erasers or dry erase markers.
This set comes in the Write and Wipe Bundle - Count bees, swimmers, cups of cocoa and pumpkins.