Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Catch them early, catch them young. The time is just ripe to captivate kindergarten kids with our printable math worksheets comprising colorful themed exercises that help lay a strong foundation in basic math concepts. There will be no dearth of practice in recognizing, reading and writing numbers, counting and cardinality, place value, addition, subtraction, analyzing patterns, recognizing shapes, connecting dots, comparing sizes, with these worksheets at your disposal. The answer keys are a definite time-saver. Try our free kindergarten math worksheets for a starter and come back for more!

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Recognizing, Reading and Writing Numbers | 1-10

This show-and-tell chart doubles up as a worksheet and helps kids improve their skills in identifying numbers from 1 to 10, and also gives them practice in writing the numbers.

Counting and Adding the Pictures | Sums up to 5

The addition problems are presented as picture equations in our printable kindergarten math worksheets. Direct the kids to count the pictures and write the total in the box.

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Picture Subtraction | 0 to 5

Gravitate toward these problems if familiarizing kids to subtraction is on your mind. Taking away numbers may be a little tricky, but not when you have pictures to help you visualize the problem.

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Base Ten Blocks | Counting Units or Ones

What better way to introduce base-10 blocks than with these printable kindergarten math worksheets? Kids count the individual blocks or units and write how many in all.

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Longer or Shorter?

Compare the lengths of each pair of creepy crawly lizards, crocodiles, snakes and check the longer reptiles and cross out the shorter ones and build measurement skills.

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Building a Robot with Squares | Cut and Glue

Keep little hands busy with some cutting and gluing fun incorporated in this kindergarten math worksheet pdf. Snip the squares of different sizes and glue them in the correct boxes to build your super bot.

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Completing the Color Pattern

Observe the color pattern on the windows of the airplane. Identify the alternating pattern rule, predict the color that comes next in the sequence, and color the last window accordingly.

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Coloring by Numbers | Beginners: Up to 5

Kids being obsessed with colors and dinosaurs is a universal truth. Keep kindergarten kids entertained with these printable worksheets as they map the number to the specified color and fill in accordingly.

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Connecting the Dots | Hot-Air Balloon

How about a ride in a hot-air balloon? Connect the dots, sequencing numbers from 1-20, and fly high, flit, float and bump in your hot-air balloon. Coloring it will leave you with a poster for your room.

Counting Pictures | Up to 5

Build subitizing skills with this batch of printable kindergarten math worksheets. Sensitize kids to numbers as they count on from 1 to 5 and connect each number to a specific quantity.

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Addition on a Number Line | 0 to 5

Study the number line model configured with numbers 0 to 5 and the pre-drawn hops. Let kids associate the addends in the equation to the starting point and the number of hops and write the sum.

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Subtraction on a Number Line | 0 to 5

Develop subtraction strategies with this batch of printable math worksheets. Let kindergarten kids hop their way to figure out the difference between two numbers by observing the arrowhead pointer.

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Counting Bundles of Tens

Count the objects bundled in groups of tens and the individual objects or ones and write how many in all and decompose the objects and write them as tens and ones as well.

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Taller vs. Shorter

With the heights of ladders and lamps to compare, our kindergarten math worksheets are replete with practice. Checking the taller objects and crossing out the shorter ones in each set is all you need to do!

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Coloring by Shapes

Break away from the humdrum of learning as you get kids to add a splash of colors to the shapes following the color code and double up building their shape identification skills.

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