This is a fun exercise that involves the children drawing a line between the word representation of a number and the number itself. For example, eight and 8 are equivalent, so a line needs drawing between the two, like this:
It’s useful to have an understanding of how you write numbers as words, and this exercise provides a good way to practise recognising the two forms.
The worksheets get increasingly difficult as the child progresses from one to 3 (see what we did there?)
The worksheets above all use Word 2010. “What if we don’t have Word 2010?” I hear you cry! Don’t worry, you can use these Word 97 – 2003 versions: