Our kindergarten math worksheets are designed to help kids excel at mathematics and to enjoy it.
These colorful, free, printable worksheets teach kindergarten children math facts in line with Common Core Standards. We hope parents teaching their kids math skills and teachers looking for lesson plans will find these math worksheets extremely useful!
Handwriting Numbers Worksheets
An obvious principle for kindergarten math is an awareness of the basic numbers. These free worksheets focus on one of the key kindergarten math activities: learning to write the numbers 1-10.
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Handwriting Written Numerals Worksheets
It is very important for students to be able to recognize numbers written as words – and the Common Core Standards specify this as a goal for kindergarten.
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Number Activity Worksheets
These number activity kindergarten math worksheets focus on another of the essentials – being able to count to tell the number of objects.
Tracing and Counting Worksheets
Your child can practice writing and counting numbers with these worksheets. They also focus on an important topic specified in the Common Core – being able to “classify objects and count the number of objects in each category.”
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These free, printable counting worksheets are a fun way for your child to improve their number recognition and counting ability. They are slightly more advanced than the kindergarten math worksheets above, as the number of objects is not known in advance.
Number Familiarity Worksheets
These kindergaten math worksheets give children practice with the ordering of numbers – a basic and obvious requirement.
What Comes Next? Worksheets
Before and After Worksheets
Correct Order Worksheets
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Odd One Out Worksheets
The Common Core Standards emphasize the importance of comparing or counting sets of objects or numerals and our odd one out worksheets have been designed with this in mind.
Number Line Worksheets
These free, printable kindergarten math worksheets are ideal for teachers and parents to introduce children to adding and subtracting.
Number Line 1-10 Worksheets
Number Line 1-20 Worksheets
The Common Core Standards state that, in kindergarten, children should, “Work with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value.” Our more advanced Number Line worksheets are a great way to introduce these numbers to children.
Introduction to Addition and Subtraction
These worksheets are like doing addition and subtraction with training wheels on. The child is asked to count each group of objects and also to count the result when the two groups are added or subtracted from each other.
Addition and Subtraction Worksheets
The Common Core standards in the United States state that during kindergarten, students should “see addition and subtraction equations”. In practice, many kids of this age in America and the rest of the world will have become quite proficient in addition and subtraction.
To help your child in this process, here are ten addition and ten subtraction worksheet grids (with 600 questions in total!).
Simple addition of a one-digit number with another one-digit number. (Click here for answer sheets).
Simple subtraction, mostly of a one-digit number from another one-digit number. (Click here for answer sheets).
The Common Core standards requires kindegarten kids to be able to “identify and describe shapes. The following kindergarten math worksheets have been designed with this goal in mind.
Matching shapes to names
Matching shapes to objects
In addition to reinforcing your child’s shapes knowledge, tracing shapes helps with their writing and drawing skills.
These worksheets provide futher tracing practice and also challenge children to identify instances of a specific shape from a range of different shapes.
Classifying Shapes Worksheets
Kindergarten children are expected to be able to “classify objects and count the number of objects in each category”, according to America’s Common Core Standards and they are also expected to have a familiarity with common shapes. These next kindergarten math worksheets provide practice for both of these criteria.
As outlined above, the kindergarten math worksheets on this page have been designed with American Common Core Standards in mind. For further details about these standards, please click here.