# 9 Free Counting Worksheets 1-50

These counting worksheets 1-50 will help to visualize and understand place value and number systems. 1st-grade students will learn basic counting methods and can improve their basic math skills with our free printable counting worksheets 1-50.

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**9 Exciting Counting Worksheets 1-50**

Please download the following counting worksheets 1-50 and **practice counting on the pages.**

**Worksheet for Forward and Backward Counting within 1-50 with HintsÂ **

In this worksheet, count the numbers forward and backward where the hints are given. Forward counting is the practice of continuously counting up. Backward counting is counting up or backward by chanting the numbers.

**Worksheet for Forward and Backward Counting within 1-50 without Hints****Â **

This method is similar to the previous method. But the only difference is that there will be no hints for the students. The worksheet contains two charts. In the first chart, write numbers from 1 to 50 in a forward direction. On the other hand, write the numbers 50 to 1 backward on the second chart.

**Worksheet for Finding Missing Numbers with Forward and Backward Counting within 50Â **

The worksheet contains horizontal lines with numbers spaced out. Some numbers are missing in the line. Find the missing numbers with forward and backward counting. The first one has been done for your convenience.

**Elements Counting Worksheet upto 50**

The worksheet contains a lot of elements. **Count the elements and write the number of them. **The first one has been done for your convenience.

**Worksheet for Completing the Gaps upto 50Â **

Complete the gaps by finding the missing numbers. To solve the problem, see what number is written. Count from 1 to 50 while placing your fingers on each place one by one. When you come across an empty place, write down the number that you just counted.

**Worksheet for Counting within 1-50 in CaterpillarsÂ **

**Help the caterpillar reach its home safely by finding the missing numbers**. To solve the problem, see what number is written. Count from 1 to 50 while placing your fingers on each place one by one. When you come across an empty place, write down the number that you just counted. The first one has been done for your convenience.

**Worksheet for Counting within 50 Easter ThemedÂ **

Assist the bunny by finding the missing numbers and getting Easter eggs.Â To solve the problem, see what number is written. Count from 1 to 50 while placing your fingers on each place one by one. When you come across an empty place, write down the number that you just counted.

**Worksheet for Ordering Numbers from Least to GreatestÂ **

Ordering numbers from least to greatest involves arranging a set of numbers in ascending order. Here are the steps:

- Start by identifying the list of numbers you want to order.
- Compare the numbers in the list and find the smallest one.
- Place the smallest number at the beginning of the ordered list.
- Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the remaining numbers, gradually placing them in ascending order.

**Worksheet for Connecting Dots with Numbers within 50Â **

Now itâ€™s time to match the photo by connecting the dots. These dots indicate the numbers from 1 to 50. After connecting the dots, you find a hidden photo.

**Download Free Worksheets**

Download the following combined PDF and enjoy your practice session.

So today, weâ€™ve discussed counting worksheets 1-50 using the concepts of backward and forward counting, filling the gaps, connecting dots, and completing gaps.

Download our free counting to 50 worksheets PDF, and after practicing these worksheets, students will surely improve their mathematical skills and have a better understanding of counting.Lisa Lightner is an award-winning and nationally-known Special Education Advocate and Lobbyist who lives in suburban Philadelphia. She has or is serving on the Boards of numerous disability and education related organizations including the Epilepsy Foundation and PA Education Voters. She also has testified before State House and Senate committees relating to special education issues and education funding issues.