Here are a couple of pages that I made for morning work for September.
Most of my students need lots of help with number formation. I usually put these in plastic sleeves. and have them do name tracing on the back. They love getting to use dry erase pens. I made these small enough to conserve paper if you just want to print them as is. They only need a 1/2 sheet. :) I put dot "starting points" and arrows to show the writing path for the numbers. Hopefully you can use these with your class too!
This will scaffold your kids with visual support so they will be able to independently write to 20:
Fonts by KG Fonts, I added direction arrows in my art program (that is not part of a font).