Math worksheets that leveled specifically for the Kindergarten and Preschool student.

Kindergarten is one of the most important times in a child's life. It's when we learn to share, have good manners, and color as well. It's also the first time we meet up with our friend Mr. or Mrs. Math. The skills needed for Kindergarten include simple position (left, right, up, down), group comparisons, counting, sorting, and even addition. In Kindergarten we try to build a solid foundation for students. That starts with a sense for numbers. First, we identify the numbers and then we focus on how they relate to one another by teaching counting and sequence. We also explore ordinal and cardinal numbers at this level. We usually build up to reach twenty or just a few off it. Having a good understanding of the meaning of time and being able to read clocks and calendars also appear in Kindergarten. The curriculum ends with geometry. The focus at this level is to be able to name shapes. We encourage teachers to make math as really for students as possible. They need to see why it is important to be good at math at this level. If they attribute value to learning this skill, it will motivate them to work just a little harder.

Below you will find over 500 worksheets that are just for Kindergarteners and Preschool students. The worksheet topics are sorted alphabetically. In each section you will find a lesson that students can use totally independent of teachers. A guided lesson is present which can help remind students of the skill. There are always a good helping of practice worksheets in each section. We also include something that many teachers really appreciate and that is a quiz. It all comes with answer keys too. Click on the preview image to see all the worksheets found in that section.

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Kindergarten Math Worksheet Categories

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Above

The goal here is to get students to understand that this is a relative term or both to things are spaced out.

Adding Groups Together

Get them started on this by counting.

All Together

This is more of a vocabulary term that they need to make automatic.

Before, Between, and After

This deals with number sequence and finding the missing number.

Big and Small

Which is the big one and which is the small one?

Coloring Based on Directions

While this seems simple, it is a great activity to help students learn how to read something and do something based on what they read.

Counting Through Coloring

This is a skill that keeps them organized. Adults that learned counting this way still to this day do this.

Counting and Comparing Groups

Being able to organize and sort groups of objects start with this skill.

Counting Pennies

Why not make the shift from integers to money? All kids love money.

Drawing to Count 1-10

This helps bring it to life for students and creates a good process for kids to follow.

Estimate Weight and Volume

We look at these relative measures and how to make them.

Half and Halves

How to display half of something? We show you the proper technique to follow.

How Many Are There

We count all kinds of things.

Identify and Comparing 2 and 3 Dimensional Shapes

You name them by counting the number of sides and corners each figure has.

More or Less

This is the foundation skill that leads us to comparing values as greater than or less than.

Matching Numbers to Items

This is a one to one association that not all kids understand.

Placing Integers in Order

This skill leads them to be able to order numbers form least to greatest and vice versa.

Ordinal Numbers

This is how we name things that are in sequence. It helps you define which exact item you are referring to.

Pictographs

Learn how to read a picture graph and use it to your advantage.

Relative Position

Where is this compared to that?

Number Sequencing

We are looking to follow an exact order of numbers here.

Shape Pattern Prediction

This is like the old game Simon. You will be shown a pattern and asked what comes next logically.

Sorting Size and Quantity

You will need to have your counting and charting skills down well to do these worksheets.

Tracing

This helps improve penmanship and the concept of staying in the lines.

Visual Addition

We not only add, but we learn to compare totals.

Weighs More or Less

Which would hurt more if it fell on you?