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Practice writing your numbers by tracing our ‘number writing worksheet 3’. This sheet will help you consolidate your knowledge. Maximise your child’s cognitive potential. A child that is confident with writing numbers will enjoy numeracy activities!

Our tracing and writing worksheets are a good way for parents to help their young children learn to write numbers at home. ‘Number Writing Worksheet 3’ is the third stage out of three for learning to write numbers.

Mastering Number Writing: The Benefits of Number Writing Practice & Consolidating Practiced Skills

Learning to write numbers is an essential skill that lays the foundation for basic mathematics and mathematical concepts. To help children develop this skill, our number writing worksheets are divided into three stages. Stage 3 is the final stage in this process, designed to consolidate all the practice from stages 1 and 2.

Stage 1 and 2 writing sheets

In stage 1, children learn to write numbers by connecting the dots. This helps them get a sense of the shape and structure of each number. In stage 2, they learn the proper stroke order for each number, which is important for developing good handwriting habits.

Stage 3 writing sheet

Stage 3 builds on this foundation by consolidating all the skills learned in stages 1 and 2. Consolidating all the skills learned in stages 1 and 2 is important because it helps children develop confidence in their ability to write numbers. By the time they reach stage 3, they should be comfortable with the basic mechanics of writing numbers. Therefore ‘number writing worksheet 3’ helps to practise writing accurately and legibly. This confidence will carry over into other areas of their academic and personal lives, giving them a sense of accomplishment and pride.

Some benefits of mastering number writing through Stage 3 writing practice

  • Develops foundational skills for basic arithmetic and mathematical concepts.
  • Builds confidence in writing numbers accurately and legibly.
  • Improves fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
  • Prepares children for success in math and other areas of their lives.
  • Provides a sense of accomplishment and pride as children progress through the stages.

Shichida Australia offers play-based classes that are tailored to support children as they learn to write numbers.

Our program aims to build a strong foundation for children in their early years, starting with developing their fine motor skills, including the pincer grip, before progressing to correct pencil grip and basic drawing. Through fun and engaging educational games, we instill an interest and understanding of numbers in children. We teach them the correct stroke order and more, and provide parents with practical tips to keep their children engaged in practicing at home. If you’re looking to spark your child’s love for numbers and writing, join us for a trial class and witness the impact our approach can have on developing strong numeracy skills.