Compressed Zip File
Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.
Kindergarten Math Worksheets, Activities and Printables, with over 500 pages of worksheets and activities to help students master kindergarten-level math skills!
Math Worksheets You Can Use All Year
This set includes a variety of no-prep and low-prep worksheets and activities to complement math activities throughout the school year. Use these activities for math centers, morning work, small and large groups, early finishers, interventions and assessments!
The Following Products Are Included In This Bundle:
1. 2D Shapes Worksheets - A variety of activities to help reinforce 2D shapes and early geometry concepts. What's Included:
• Learning About Shapes - Students color & trace each shape & shape word, color a picture, & apply their knowledge by drawing a picture of an object with the same shape. Worksheets included for the following shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, heart, and rhombus
• Shape Mini-Book - A printable easy reader with shapes for kids to color.
• Matching Shapes & Names - Draw a line to match each shape with it's name.
• Matching Shapes & Objects - Draw a line to match each shape with an object of a similar shape.
• Order Shapes by Size - Cut out the shapes, then arrange in order from smallest to largest.
• Color The Shapes - Students color each shape a different color.
• Trace The Shapes - Students trace each shape as well as the name of each shape.
• Shape Search & Find Coloring Pages - Color the pictures and try to find all the shapes.
• Shape Patterns - Students cut out the shapes and glue them in place to complete each pattern.
• Count The Shapes - Count the shapes in each box. Write the number on the line below. 1 page in color + 1 page in B&W.
• Adding Shapes - Add the shapes together and write the sum on the line.
• Shape Symmetry - Draw the other half of each shape. One page in color, one page in B&W.
• Find The Circles - Find and color the circles.
• Find The Squares - Find and color the squares.
• Find The Triangles - Find and color the triangles.
• Find The Rectangles - Find and color the rectangles.
• Find The Ovals - Find and color the ovals.
• Find The Hearts - Find and color the hearts.
• Find The Pentagons - Find and color the pentagons.
• Find The Stars - Find and color the stars.
• Find The Hexagons - Find and color the hexagons.
• Find The Rhombuses - Find and color the rhombuses.
• Shape Sort - Cut out the shapes at the bottom and sort them into piles according to shape.
• Shape Yahtzee Score Cards & Paper Shape Dice - A fun dice game that kids can play at math centers. Cut the Yahtzee score sheets page in half, down the dotted line. Kids get into groups of 2 to play. Give one score sheet to each group. Students take turns rolling the shape dice included and write their name if they are the first to roll a shape. The person with their name next to the most shapes wins!
• Shape Posters - Showing the shapes, circle, star, rectangle, square, triangle, heart, rhombus/diamond oval, & rhombus.
• Shape Bookmarks - Kids color the shapes and laminate to create their own bookmarks!
• Create Your Own Shapes - Kids connect the dots to create their own shapes.
• Shape Puzzles - Print on card stock, then cut apart & laminate to create shape puzzles & pieces.
• Alternative Pages included with the word diamond substituted for rhombus
2. Kindergarten Addition And Subtraction Unit - Resources to help teach kindergarten-level addition and subtraction, number composition and decomposition, and word problems for numbers 0-10. What's Included:
• Show The Equation - Draw objects on both sides of the line represent each equation.
• Complete The Equation - Fill in the missing numbers to complete each equation.
• Draw & Add - Draw a picture to represent each number in the equation. Add together & write the sum.
• Adding Two Groups - Add the two groups of objects together and write the sum on the line.
• Making Five - Write the number in the box to complete each equation. Color the rectangles to record each decomposition.
• Adding On - Count on to add the objects to the first number, then show your answer in the box to complete the equation.
• Addition Practice - Add the numbers and write the sum to complete the equation
• Write The Missing Numbers - Write the missing numbers to complete each addition equation.
• Making Ten - Count the objects in each 10-frame. Write how many more to make ten to complete each equation.
• Subtracting From Ten - Subtract from each ten frame and write the numbers for each equation.
• Take It From Ten - Fill in each ten frame and equation to show six different ways to subtract from ten.
• Subtraction Practice - Write the answer on the line to solve each equation. Show your work in the box.
• Add or Subtract? - For each equation, circle the plus or minus sign.
• Addition & Subtraction Practice - Add or subtract to solve each equation.
• Answer Keys
• Number Bonds Cut & Paste - Cut out the numbers at the bottom and glue them in place to complete the numbers bonds.
• Write The Missing Numbers - Write the missing numbers to complete the number bonds.
• Decomposing Numbers 2-10 - Show one way to decompose each number, then complete the activities on each page.
• Number Bonds, Two Ways - Decompose each number two different ways. Draw a picture and fill in the equations for each number family.
• Decomposing Numbers, Four Ways - Decompose each number four different ways. Draw a picture and fill in the equations for each number family.
• Decomposition Sort - Cut out the equations at the bottom & solve. Sort each equation under the matching number.
• Domino Decomposition - Cut out the dominos at the bottom, Add the dots on either side of each domino and sort under the matching number.
• Number Decomposition Templates - Students fill in the number bonds, then create drawings and equations for each number family.
• Addition And Subtraction Word Problems - Read each word problem and write the answer below. Answer keys included.
• Paste & Solve - Each student pastes a different word problem card in the template on their worksheet. Students then fill in the number bond, draw a picture and write an equation to represent the word problem.
• Word Problem Templates - Students write their own word problem, then create a picture and equation to represent the problem.
• Roll & Add, Roll Write & Add, and Roll & Add On
• Roll & Subtract, Roll Write & Subtract, and Roll & Subtract from Ten
• Yahtzee for Numbers 0-10 and 2-12
• Printable Dice for Numbers 0-5 and 1-6
• Miniature Addition And Subtraction Printable Flash Cards for Numbers 0-10 and Sums 0-20.
3. Counting and Cardinality Worksheets for Numbers 0-20 - Activities and worksheets to help strengthen students' understanding of number order, quantity, ways of representing numbers and number relationships. Students practice kindergarten-level counting, writing and comparing numbers, and answering, “How Many?” questions. This set includes worksheets and printables plus number charts and counting reference tools. What's Included:
• Count & Trace Activities
• Number Sequencing
• Flash Cards for Visualizing Quantities 0-5
• Read And Count Mini-Books
• Counting Forward Activities
• Adding On Activities
• Numbers And Counting Dice Activities for Math Centers
• Write The Missing Numbers
• "How Many?" Worksheets And Activities
• Adding One More
• Double Roll & Add +1
• Draw The Quantity
• Comparing Groups of Objects
• Comparing Numbers
• Printable Counting Songs And Poems
• Number Charts
• Number Lines
• Counting Reference Charts for Numbers 1-20
4. Dice Worksheets for Math Centers - Number & counting activities and games to help teach early math skills! Use these worksheets for math centers, morning work, busy bags, early finishers, assessments, and family engagement activities. What's Included:
• Count & Trace - Count the dots on each dice & trace the number below.
• Counting Dots on Dice - Students roll & count the dots, then write the number below.
• Drawing Dots on Dice - Students roll the dice & draw the dots on the blank dice template.
• Roll & Write - Roll a dice. Draw what you rolled on the blank dice. Count & write the number of dots on the line below.
• Roll And Tally - Students roll the dice and add a tally mark next to the dice with that number. They continue to roll and tally for a time specified by the teacher. As a homework activity, they can find and circle the number that got rolled the most.
• Adding 2 Dice - Students add two dice together to find the sum.
• Adding Double Dice - Students add together double numbers, like a pair of ones, twos, threes, etc.
• Roll and Add - Roll 2 dice. Show what you rolled by drawing dots on the squares. Add the dots on both dice and write the sum.
• Roll, Add & Write The Numbers - Roll 2 dice. Show what you rolled by drawing dots on the squares and writing the numbers on the lines below. Add together and write the sum.
• Preschool Yahtzee - A fun dice game that kids can play at math centers. Students take turns rolling the dice and counting the dots. Then, they write their initials on the scorecard. When the scorecard is filled in, the person with their initials written next to the most numbers wins!
• Kindergarten Yahtzee - Similar to Preschool Yahtzee, except students roll two dice and add the numbers together before writing their name on the scorecard!
• Dice Patterns - Cut and paste the dice to complete each pattern.
• Matching Dice & Numbers - Draw a line to match the numbers with the dice.
• Matching Numbers & Dice - Draw a line to match the dice with the numbers.
• Roll & Trace - Roll the dice, then trace the numbers.
• Paper Dice - Cut along the lines and fold to make your own pair of paper dice!
• Make Your Own Dice - Draw or write on the squares, then cut & fold to make your own dice!
• Dice Bingo - Roll a dice. Place a bingo chip on your board over the same number that was rolled. Keep rolling until someone places five chips in a row and shouts BINGO! For two or more players.
• Roll & Write, Sight Words - Students roll the dice, then copy the sight words in the appropriate column.
• Greater Than or Less Than - Compare 2 amounts and circle the greater than or less than sign.
• Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To - Compare two amounts and circle the greater than, less than, or equal to sign.
5. Telling Time Worksheets - Activities for early exploration of clock numbers and features, and concepts related to telling time by the hour! What's Included:
• Match the Clocks - Draw a line to match the analog and digital clocks.
• Write the Hour - Write the hour below each analog clock.
• Draw the Hour Hand - For each time shown, draw the hour hand.
• Draw the Hour & Minute Hand - Draw the hour and minute hand.
• What time is it? - Write the time below each analog clock.
• Telling Time Review - An assortment of review activities.
• Answer Keys
• Telling Time Flash Cards - Cut out each flash card and mix them up. Pick a card and say the time.
• Cut-And-Paste-Clock - Students cut along the dotted lines and place the various "clock parts" onto the clock template. After they cut them out, students can glue the pieces in place or just move the different pieces around on the template.
• Telling Time "I Have, Who Has" Activity - A whole group activity for practice reading analog clocks and telling time to the hour.
• I'm A Little Hour Hand Printable Song - A cute song to help kids remember the difference between the hour and minute hand.
6. Numbers 0-20 Coloring Pages - Students count the food items inside each number and identify common fruits, veggies and produce as they color each page. Coloring Pages Included:
• Number 1 with One Carrot
• Number 2 with Two Tomatoes
• Number 3 with Three Apples
• Number 4 with Four Limes
• Number 5 with Five Mushrooms
• Number 6 with Six Peanuts
• Number 7 with Seven Pieces of Cheese
• Number 8 with Eight Orange Slices
• Number 9 with Nine Starfruit Slices
• Number 10 with Ten Watermelon Slices
• Number 11 with Eleven Cherries
• Number 12 with Twelve Pears
• Number 13 with Thirteen Bananas
• Number 14 with Fourteen Strawberries
• Number 15 with Fifteen Kiwi Slices
• Number 16 with Sixteen Eggs
• Number 17 with Seventeen Avocados
• Number 18 with Eighteen Potatoes
• Number 19 with Nineteen Pineapples
• Number 20 with Twenty Blueberries
7. U.S. Coin Sorting Mats & Activities - A helpful tool for students learning to identify and sort US pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. What's Included:
• Sorting Pennies Mat - Students sort pennies by heads & tails
• Sorting Nickels Mat - Students sort nickels by heads & tails
• Sorting Dimes Mat - Students sort dimes by heads & tails
• Sorting Quarters Mat - Students sort quarters by heads & tails
• Printable Coins - Students cut out and sort the printable coins on their sorting mats
8. Coin Trading Activities for Math Centers - Students practice exchanging pennies for nickels and dimes, and nickels for dimes and quarters. Students take turns rolling the dice and being the banker as they exchange coins in small groups or with a partner. Perfect for practice with early money and counting skills. A "key" showing a picture of the coins, their worth, and their name is shown on each printable mat to help strengthen students' coin recognition skills.
9. Kindergarten Measurement Unit Worksheets - Activities for comparing, sorting and ordering objects by size, length, width, height, and weight! What's included:
• Color by Size: Small And Large Objects - Color the small objects red and the large objects blue.
• Sort by Size: Small and Large Bugs - Cut out the bugs and sort them by size.
• Order by Size - Cut out the shapes and match them to the outlines on the ordering strip.
• Color by Size: Small, Medium And Large "Gems" - Color the small gems red, the medium gems blue, and the large gems green.
• Sort by Size: Small, Medium and Large "Gems" - Cut out the gems at the bottom of the page and sort them by small, medium, and large sizes.
• Order by Size: "Gems" - Cut out the gems and order them from largest to smallest.
• Order by Size: Nesting Dolls - Cut out the Matryoshka (Nesting Dolls) and order them from largest to smallest.
• My Favorite Sport - Cut out the sports balls and put them in order from smallest to largest.
• Small Things Mini-Book - Assemble the mini-book. Students draw and label three small things.
• Large Things Mini-Book - Assemble the mini-book. Students draw and label three large things.
• Color by Height - Color the pictures to identify the short and tall objects.
• Comparing Height: Which Is Shorter? - Compare the height of each set of connecting and circle the shorter set.
• Comparing Height: Which Set Is Taller? - Compare heights and circle the taller buildings.
• Sort by Height - Cut out the buildings and sort them from shortest to tallest.
• Short Things Mini-Book - Draw and label three short things.
• Tall Things Mini-Book - Draw and label three tall things.
• Comparing Length: Which Set Is Longer? Circle the longer set of connecting cubes.
• Comparing Length: Which Set Is Shorter? - On the first half of the page, On the second half of the page, circle the shorter set of cubes.
• Order by Length: Shortest to Longest- Cut out the connecting cubes and order them from shortest to longest.
• Order by Length: Longest to Shortest - Students color the fish, then cut them out and order them from longest to shortest.
• Longer and Shorter Sorting Strips - Color the sorting strips. Cut along the dotted lines and cut each strip into two pieces. Match the pieces to the sorting mat as you order them by length.
• Measuring Length: Bugs - Measure the length of the bugs. Write the length of each bug in the square.
• Measuring Length: School Supplies - Measure the length of the school supplies. Write the length of each school supply in the square.
• Measuring Length With Beads - Use beads to measure the length of the each line. Count, write and compare the number of beads needed for each line. Identify the longest and shortest lines.
• Short Things Mini-Book - Draw and label three short things.
• Long Things Mini-Book - Draw and label three long things.
• Color by Width - Color the pictures to identify the narrower and wider buildings.
• Comparing Width: Which is Wider? - Circle the wider shape.
• Comparing Width: Which is Narrower? - Color the pictures and circle the narrower shape.
• Sort by Width: Snail Family Craft - Cut out and color the snail templates. Roll them up and order them from narrowest to widest.
• Narrow Things Mini-Book - Draw and label three narrow things.
• Wide Things Mini-Book - Draw and label three wide things.
• Comparing Weight: Which Object Weighs More? - Compare the weight of the objects on the scales. Circle the object that weighs more.
• Comparing Weight: Which Object Weighs Less? - Compare the weight of the objects on the scales. Circle the object that weighs less.
• Color by Weight - Compare the weight of the objects on the scales. Color the objects to show which is lighter and which is heavier.
• Guessing Weight - Read the sentences and look at the picture of common objects. Circle the best answer to complete the sentence.
• Light Things Mini-Book - Draw and label three light things.
• Heavy Things Mini-Book - Draw and label three heavy things.
• Measurement Activities Mini-Book - A variety of measurement activities in a printable mini-book. Print, cut apart and staple the mini-book, then complete the measurement activities!
• Measurement Comprehension: Measuring In The Desert - Compare the objects in the picture. Read each sentence and circle "true" or "false".
• My Measurement Journal - Measurement writing prompts for math and literacy integration.
Click On The Preview to Look Inside!
Laminate the worksheets and students can write on them with a dry erase marker to save paper!
You Might Also Be Interested In:
Thanks so much for stopping by!