Kindergarten is a great time to expand on preschool counting skills. Your children can begin to learn larger numbers, number words, grouping, tracking, patterns, sequencing, and even beginning operations.
Below we’ve created quite a few FREE Kindergarten math printables you can use with your student. We’ve also recently release a brand new 36-week Kindergarten Math Curriculum which is available for purchase here.
Number of the Day Printables
This set includes thirty number of the day worksheets. This single sheet teaches children number identification, number words, counting, and number order.
Make 10 Math Worksheets
A collection of Kindergarten Math worksheets for children learning to Make 10. Each page features ten frames for children to complete as reference, then an equation to write and solve.
Skip Counting Mazes
This is a small set of three progressive Skip Counting mazes you can use to build beginning math skills. Each page features a number line across the top and a fun skip counting activity.
More or Less Kindergarten Math Sheets
A collection of free Kindergarten Math Worksheets you can use to teach children about more and less. Each page features a reference number line as well as eight practice problems for children to solve.
Pumpkin Patch Math
Pumpkin Patch Emoji Math is a set of 6 worksheets that will bring a little holiday fun to your Kindergarten classroom. Students work on key math skills including graphing, number words, tally marks, inequalities and more.
Harvest Math Printables
This is a set of three engaging math printables designed to add some autumn fun to your classroom. These harvest-themed math worksheets feature inequalities, tally marks, addition and following directions.
Butterfly Number Form Game
This file folder game is perfect for children learning number forms. Children match each side of the butterfly to the correct match Expansion Set Increased Difficulty Set
Frogs on a Log Game
This is a file folder game for children who are ready to practice simple addition with values up to 5. Children solve the equation on the frogs by placing the correct amount of flies across the log.