The numbers 11- 20 are tricky for kids to learn. In fact, my kids have both thought there was a number called “eleventeen”! I’ve had several requests to share some activities for numbers 11 through 20, so today I’m sharing a couple!

First up is the Number Spin. I created this from a toilet paper roll. I painted it orange with acrylc paint. Then I took a a piece of card stock paper and wrote the numbers 0-9 on it. I also drew lines in between the numbers (which you’ll see below.). After the toilet paper dried, I wrote a 1 on the roll.

Next, I taped the numbered paper around the toilet paper roll. I made it a little loose, so that it could spin around the roll.

The point of this activity is to practice naming the numbers 10-19. Simply rotate the white paper around the roll and have your child say the numbers. For some kids, this will be basic. For my kids, it worked well. It helped them learn the proper names of the numbers and in the right order.

You can have your child practice on their own, too!

If you want to make the activity harder, create other bands around the toilet paper roll with another number in the tens place value.

Another way to practice numbers 11-20, is with these activity sheets. The first thing on this printable is counting practice. There is a space to place gems or another manipulative on. Have your child count while putting the gem onto the space.

Then there is practice with writing the number. I laminated my sheets and used dry erase markers on them. That way we can use them again and again! There’s also a number line at the bottom of the sheet.

You can download these activity sheets here —> Number Practice for 11-20

What ideas do you have for learning the numbers 11-20?

Hi! Thank you for the Numbers pages, I Love them! Are they also available in black and white?

Thank you!

L.

I just love your blog. Keep learning new things Always. Can’t wait for the next.

Thank you sharing such a great activity! Being a previous math teacher, this is a GREAT activity for one-to-one correspondence. I’m looking forward to using it with my toddler. He, too, also says “eleventeen”…as well as “fiveteen”. LOL

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Your resources are amazing. I love using them with my special education students who need hands on activities. Thank you for making them available.

I just love these. Is their a possibility to get ones for 1-10. My kids would eat these up. I found your blog off of pinterest and am hooked. Your blog is amazing. Keeping fingers crossed. By the way love all the songs.

Do you have these in 1-10????

Yes I do! https://teachingmama.org/activity-sheets-numbers-0-10/

Love your website you make learning excitiing and easy to teach. Thank you

As always, a great learning tool to add to my home daycare curriculum! 😀

thankyou, so nice. It helps a lot!

I love it my son will like it to

Thanks a lot for the number pages! Great resource! Love it!

I was wondering if you had thought about making posters 11-20 similar to your 0-10 posters?

Yep! The posters are at the bottom of this post to download.

Hello Angela!

Thank you so much for these ideas… it helped me a lot…

Love these! thanks so much!

These are really cute ideas and I really like the board to practice. Thanks for sharing!

Thanks a lot!! These are really nice activities.

Thank you so much for sharing so freely of your gifts and talents. These are super helpful, fun ideas. Bravo!

Thank you so much for all the resources they are very helpful with my lesson planning