## Count to Answer How Many Objects in Each Category

Name
Date

1
CatHat
WatermelonFlower
2
CatBook
HatTomato
3
Tennis ballCat
ChickenGrapes
4
CornBook
TomatoCake
5
StrawberryChicken
CakeFlower
6
FlowerBook
LemonCake
7
CakeBee
LemonCandy
8
ChickenFlower
CatStrawberry
9
LemonBook
HatCandy
10
LemonCorn
CakeTennis ball

Answers Key
1
Cat2Hat8
Watermelon4Flower6
2
Cat2Book8
Hat4Tomato6
3
Tennis ball5Cat5
Chicken3Grapes7
4
Corn5Book5
Tomato2Cake8
5
Strawberry2Chicken8
Cake6Flower4
6
Flower4Book6
Lemon2Cake8
7
Cake1Bee9
Lemon4Candy6
8
Chicken6Flower4
Cat3Strawberry7
9
Lemon6Book4
Hat1Candy9
10
Lemon7Corn3
Cake1Tennis ball9

# Count to Answer How Many Objects Worksheet

The CCSS.MATH.K.CC.B.5 worksheets with answers for kindergarten students to practice count to answer “how many?” for questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration is available online for free in printable and downloadable (pdf & image) format. For more questions and answers on K.CC.B.5 math activities, tap on generate new worksheet to learn, practice, test and verify math skills under the common core cluster (KCCB) count to tell the number of objects in domain counting and cardinality.

How to Use this Worksheet

Objective:
To practice these math problems of K.CC.B.5 worksheets, students are required to count how many objects in each category and write the total number of objects present in each category of objects. The main objective of these K.CC.B.5 practice problems and answer work with steps is to make students to know number names and the counting sequence. Users can directly refer the answer key to verify the work with steps for the corresponding practice problems given in the K.CC.B.5 activities under common core state standards for mathematics.

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