Amelia Santos May 6, 2020 Kindergarten Math Worksheets
Generally speaking, children in this age group love to show off their counting skills, so they don't need too much encouragement. There are loads of fun ways to help kindergartners practice their counting. I find it is best if you can find lots of different approaches that will appeal to a variety of learning styles. Since learning to count is such a foundational math skill we've put together some downloadable worksheets to help your kids practice their counting skills.
These coloring worksheets feature simple color by number instructions for young students who are either just learning their numbers or as a reward activity for older kids. You'll find a growing set of holiday and seasonal themes that I'll be adding to over time... Please check back often for updates, or if you have a suggestion send me a note at the contact link below!
Looking for worksheets to teach addition to your child? Our free printable addition worksheets would teach them Number Addition (1‐10) using various techniques (Addition With Pictures/Objects, Addition Using Number Line and Tally Marks) and establish the concept that Addition is Commutative.
Phew that is quite a task! But the good news is that with lots of practice and support most kindergarten students will learn all these things without even realizing it. These super cute kindergarten math worksheets are sure to help make the job easier!
Printable hand writing paper templates in a variety of line heights, including 3‐line practice paper in both normal and wide layouts, blank story paper, and regular lined paper for older grade students. Check out the numbered blank spelling test templates!
This page contains free printable flash cards for each math operation. Print the "worksheet" on the front, then turn the page over and print the "answer key" version on the back. Some sets have duplicate facts for the more difficult problems near the end so that the sets end up on a multiple of pages. Those cards are clearly marked as duplicates... use them for extra practice on the harder problems, or put them aside if you want a set with only one flash card for each math fact.