# Tally Marks 1 to 50 Worksheet | 15 Free Pages

These free interactive tally marks 1 to 50 worksheets will help the students of grade 1 to understand the tally frequency and also open the knowledge of number sense. Practicing these sheets will also create an impact on number recognition for the students.

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## Counting Tally Marks 1 to 50

The 1st-grade students need to count the tally and then write the corresponding numbers on the tally sheet. This counting tally marks 1 to 50 worksheet will grow the basic sense of tally marks towards the student.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2 Worksheet 3## Converting Numbers to Tally Marks

Students need to convert the number to tally marks in this worksheet. The numbers are given in the worksheet.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2 Worksheet 3## Tally Marks 1 to 50: Matching Game

There are some interactive matching games in this tally marks 1 to 50 worksheets with matching games. The numbers are on the left side and the tally marks are on the right side. Match the numbers with their corresponding tally marks.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2 Worksheet 3## Comparing Quantities with Tally Marks

We have given a comparison with the quantities of tally marks in this tally marks 1 to 50 worksheet. You need to compare where the left side is greater, smaller, or equal to the right side of the tally sheet.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2 Worksheet 3## Finding Missing Tally Marks from Patterns

It is quite similar to the number patterns. Count the tally marks and realize the sequence. Then fill the gaps with appropriate tally marks in this tally marks 1 to 50 worksheet.

Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2 Worksheet 3These are our tally marks 1 to 50 worksheets. These free printable and interactive worksheets contain counting tally marks, understanding number patterns with tally, matching numbers with tally, and comparing tally with other tally. Practice these sheets will grow the basics of tally frequency among the students of grade 1.

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