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29 Best Kindergarten Math Worksheets and Activities
Help your kiddos learn the foundation of math with these kindergarten math worksheets, activities, and rubrics. Whether you are a kindergarten teacher, a homeschool parent, or parent looking for ways to help your kids with math, there’s lots to choose from below.
To help you find what you are looking for faster, I have sorted the worksheets and activities by standard. Be sure to bookmark this page, and come back often. I will be adding more worksheets for kindergarten throughout the year.
Below you will find:
- Numbers to 10
- Numbers to 20
- Tens Frames (Numbers in Base Ten)
- Subtraction within 10
- Rote Counting
- Kindergarten Math Rubrics
- Math Talks
Numbers to 10
Ocean Counting Worksheets
These ocean animal kindergarten math worksheets are great for counting sets up to 10. Your kiddos will build counting and cardinality skills: counting the ocean animals, writing the number, then coloring when finished. Answer sheets are included.
Kayla J R. said: “My kids are going to love these worksheets!”
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Superhero Counting Worksheets
Your kids will love counting superheroes! Counting to 10 Math Worksheets and Answer Sheets are great for prek and kindergarten.
Jamie H. said: “I love this item and it fit my superhero theme”
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Summer Counting Worksheets
These kindergarten math worksheets are great for a summer review!
Erin K said: “These were easy print outs to provide to families to practice counting skills! “
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Valentines Day Counting Worksheets
When Valentine’s Day is near, your kiddos will love counting hearts, arrows, cupcakes, cards, and more! These printable Valentines Day kindergarten math worksheets are perfect for kids ages 4-6
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Winter Counting Worksheets
Snowmen, sled riding, hot cocoa, and scarfs are all part of Winter fun. These printable math worksheets for kindergarten are great for the Winter season.
Jennifer R. said: “Super fun center :)”
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Making Words: Numbers
Use these kindergarten math worksheets to practice number words, and drawing sets of objects to match a numeral. Number word cards are also included!
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Write the Room: Numbers
A Primary School Teacher said: “A fun and engaging activity to master number concept, thanks very much!”
Rosa W. said: “Great resource and my students love doing these activities!
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Numbers to 6: Brown Bear, Brown Bear Task Cards
These bright and colorful Math Task Cards are perfect for your Brown Bear, Brown Bear themed math center. Great for PreK and Kindergarten, students count “how many” characters from their favorite story, and write the number on their recording sheet.
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Numbers to 10 Task Cards
These bright and colorful Math Task Cards are excellent for building Counting and Cardinality skills: numbers to 10. Great for PreK and Kindergarten, students count “how many” objects on each card, and write the number on their recording sheet.
Blythe K. said: “I used this as a review with my students during online learning lessons and it was fun pictures.”
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Numbers to 10 Clip Cards
Help your kids build number sense and counting with these Numbers to 10 Clip Cards. Not only will they love counting the school objects, they will also clipping the numbers using their favorite clothespins. Oh, and did I mention clip cards are perfect for building fine motor skills?
Teresa D. said: “Kids love using them in the morning task boxes! Thanks!”
Diana F. said: “Very cute and easy to use.”
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Free Dinosaur Counting Worksheets
These no-prep, print and go, pages are great for homework, morning work, center rotation stations, and math review lessons. Answer sheets are easy to locate – with page numbers matching student worksheets in top right corner.
Amber F. said: “This is a great way for my Kindergartners to practice counting and writing their numbers to 10! They love the dinosaurs!!”
Dinosaur Counting Activity
These kindergarten math worksheets also make a great take-home activity, guided math lesson, pocket chart whole class counting lesson, an early-finisher task, and a morning work activity set. The kids use dry-erase markers to trace the number word and numeral cards. Then, they find the card with the correct set of dinosaurs to make a match. When all numbers are completed, they record their work on the counting dinosaur blackline worksheet.
Paula S. said: “Great purchase!!! I use it in my centers and independent work for kids who finish their work early. It’s a laminate and use instant center. Love it!!!”
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Making Words: Shapes Worksheets
Making Words: Shapes printable worksheets actively engage students in learning to read, build, write, and illustrate two dimensional (2-D) shape words. Full color illustrated Word Wall Cards are also included! These are great for a math focus wall, word wall, or to leave in a math center.
Shapes included are circle, oval, octagon, trapezoid, rectangle, hexagon, square, triangle, rhombus, and star.
Terry Y. said: “This is a very nice addition to teaching shapes.”
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Write the Room Shapes
Kinders in NY said: “This was our first write the room center of the school year. The kiddos loved it! Thank you!”
Rachel C. said: “This is great! I love a way to help reinforce math vocab and provide a connection between and object and a word!”
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Shapes Games for Kids
If you don’t have the Lucky Ducks game, the shapes worksheet would also work for your other shape activities. For example, fill a sensory bin with shape cards. When the kids pull a card, they have to record it on the shape worksheet.
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Numbers to 20
Numbers to 20 Task Cards
Great for Kindergarten and 1st grade SCOOT, math centers, read and write the room, morning work, early finishers, home-school activity bags, and assessments. Students count the objects on the card, then write their answer on the recording sheet. A large number line is on the recording sheet to as a visual intervention to those who need it. Of course, the answer is sheet included! This is a great mix of kindergarten math worksheets and activity cards to practice counting and writing.
Kaylee L. said: “Great accountability tool in math centers. Love keeping those counting and cardinality skills fresh.”
Candace D. said: “The kids LOVED it!!!”
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Numbers to 20 Clip Cards
Students count the objects on the card, then clip their answer using a clothespin. No more worksheets…the kids will love this hands-on center activity.
Jolene V. said: “My students were engaged with the clip cards. I like them because they are easy to use, self checking, and can be used independently.”
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I Have, Who Has – Numbers to 20
Shannen D. said: “This has become the most popular game in my classroom! My kids ask to play it all the time. What a huge help it was in teaching teen numbers!”
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One More, One Less: Numbers to 20
Kids love these cards for the colorful graphics, and the challenge to complete their recording sheet independently. They become so engaged in the activity, that they don’t realize they are working on the math standards for Counting and Cardinality, and Numbers and Operations in Base Ten.
Students count the objects on the card, complete the task (one more, or one less) printed at the top, then write their answer on the recording sheet. A large number line is on the recording sheet to as a visual intervention to those who need it. Answer sheet included!
Stephanie T. said: “Love the recording sheets”
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Tens Frames Worksheets
My Tens Frames Book
Grab your favorite crayons, markers, stickers, bingo dotters, scissors, and glue. Your kiddos will love showing all of the ways they can make numbers to 20 in their Tens Frame Book.
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Fall Tens Frames Task Cards
These task cards: Tens-frames, Numbers to 20, actively engage the students in Counting and Cardinality and Number Operations in Base Ten standards. Students count “how many” objects on each card, and write the number on their recording sheet.
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Winter Tens Frames Task Cards
Same as above, but with Winter clipart. Your kiddos will count the sets of objects, then write the number on the recording sheet.
Sandra T. said: “Great way of checking their numbers.”
Rhonda B. said: “I use this as an assessment to see if my students know their numbers.”
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Valentines Tens Frames Task Cards
Keep reinforcing tens frames with these kindergarten math worksheets and activity cards for Valentines Day.
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St. Patrick’s Day Tens Frames Task Cards
Did you stumble across this blog post while looking for St. Patrick’s Day math games? If so, your kids are going to love this kindergarten math activity, and will have an “over the rainbow” time.
Lauren’s Little Learners said: “Just finished teen numbers so this will be good reinforcement. Looks engaging and fun! “
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Spring Tens Frames Task Cards
Stephanie K. said: “Love these cards! I have many write the room activities. It is great to have some math activities that the students can move around the room too!”
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Subtraction within 10 Task Cards
Towards the end of kindergarten, kids are learning solve equations with subtraction and addition. These Superheroes Subtraction within 10 Task Cards and Recording Sheet make a perfect math center, for building fluency in math facts.
Courtney S. said: “Great for Math Around the Room!”
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Counting to 100
You may have seen these printable 100’s charts on my blog post about rote counting. They are great for filling in the missing number, understanding number patterns, writing numbers, and assessing counting skills.
Karla C. said: “I used this to track student progress with counting by 1s and by tens. . The tracking at the bottom was easy to use to keep a running record. “
Lisa P. said: “Love the activities. Great way to get all kids involved”
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Math Rubrics for Kindergarten
Now that you’ve given your kiddo lots of kindergarten math activities, and worked on those kindergarten math worksheets, it’s time to assess what they know.
LuAnn M. said: “So great for easy data collection.”
Vivian G. said: “Thank you so much. This was such a help in my classroom!!”
Colleen W. said: “These rubrics were perfect for my students and parents to understand. Parents were able to clearly see the areas they could best support their students based on the feedback”
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Kindergarten Math Talks
Because I cannot talk about kindergarten math worksheets without talking about math talks, I’ve saved the best for last! That’s right, friend, kindergarten math talks are a must-have for all kindergartners – whether in the classroom, doing distance learning, or learning at home.
Lauren T. said: “Loved this for my morning meetings and small groups. It is organized and helpful when looking for quick math problems to do with students. It was great for getting them engaged and ready for the lesson. “
Ime H. said: “During closures, I am using these slides in order to do number talk with my students in a small group setting. I love how easy I am able to share with my students.”
Morgan F. said: “My students are always excited to sit and listen to the question during our math meeting time. They love sharing their answer and their strategy for solving the problem!”
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Thanks so much for stopping by to check out these kindergarten worksheets and activities. I hope you have found what you are looking for to help your kiddos.
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