Rheanna Mathews May 9, 2020 Kindergarten Math Worksheets
The resources on this page have all been specially designed for Kindergarten kids to use as visual aids or table top support pages. There are a wide variety of printables including number lines, number squares and math mats.
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 kindergarten worksheets will produce vertical subtraction problems with dots to the right of each number to aid the children with the subtraction. These kindergarten worksheets will generate 12 problems per worksheet.
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!
These kindergarten worksheets will produce connect the dot pictures for the children to practice counting and then coloring the pictures. These kindergarten worksheets are great classroom activities.
You will see each standards letter and numerical listing below in order. We are also have awesome Kindergarten Math Posters for your classroom. We encourage all teachers to progress with Kindergarteners using the crawl‐walk‐run model. Crawl ‐start with the must basic of concepts or skills. This is almost always a teacher‐led activity or portion of the lesson. Walk‐ Students will start to take that skill to the next level. This is where teachers guide them to become more independent with the skill or concept. Run‐ This is where students are working completely independently and practicing what they learned.