# Kindergarten Daily Math Review: Morning Work, Warm-Ups, Printables {January}

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1. The new year is finally here! Get your little learners off to a great start this January with these engaging, standards-based activities for kindergarten! Filled with tracing, coloring, drawing, matching, letter and number practice, writing, reading, adding, subtracting, and many more skills, your k
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2. Start your little learners' learning time off with these engaging printables for the entire YEAR! This growing bundle is filled with both ELA and math activities including everything from tracing, coloring, and drawing to letter and number practice, writing, reading, adding, subtracting, and so much
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The new year is here! Get your little learners off to a great start this January with these engaging, standards-based math activities for kindergarten! Filled with coloring, counting, adding & subtracting, and plenty number sense practice, your kiddos are sure to be entertained and challenged with these printables.

The activities in this resource are aligned to Kindergarten Math TEKS and can be used as morning work, warm-ups, homework assignments, skill review, small group work, or even a station activity...so many options! There are 4 weeks (5 days per week) of math-based work for your young learners included in this resource.

A digital version of the resource is also included as a PowerPoint for you to project in your classroom. This is useful if you want to complete the assignment as a whole class or review and grade the assignments together.

The skills covered include:
> Counting and writing numbers
> Skip counting by 10's

> Simple addition/subtraction word problems with picture prompts

> Identifying odd and even numbers

> Color by sum

> Roll, add, and color activities
> Number sequence
> Combining coin values

> Writing addition and subtraction equations

> Representing addition and subtraction equations
> Composing/decomposing numbers

> Representing numbers

If you have any questions or are curious about what to expect from this resource, please feel free to ask a question, peek at the preview photo, or find me on Instagram @alleahmaree! I'd love to help with anything and everything you might be wondering about. :) Thanks so much!

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