Kindergarten Math Worksheets and Printables

Our kindergarten math worksheets help make learning engaging for kindergartners. With bright colors and a wide variety of themes, these kindergarten math worksheets are fun, too. You'll find subjects ranging from counting and number tracing to shapes and sorting. Check them out!
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Subtraction Color By Number: Color the Fish! Subtraction Color By Number: Color the Fish! Solve the equations and then color by number to reveal a colorful underwater friend!
Super Shape: Rectangle Super Shape: Rectangle Introduce your kindergartener to the rectangle!
How Many Shapes Are There? How Many Shapes Are There? How many shapes are there? They're all mixed up!
Less or More? Less or More? Help your child improve his counting skills with this printable worksheet, which is all about comparing quantities.
Text Filled Teddy: Identifying Patterns Text Filled Teddy: Identifying Patterns To finish this worksheet you kindergartener will need to look at the series of letters and numbers on the teddy's shirt, and then decide what comes next.
Counting to Five: Juggle Fun! Counting to Five: Juggle Fun! Get this kindergarten counting worksheet, and let jugglers help your child juggle numbers 1 to 5!
Two-Dimensional Shapes Two-Dimensional Shapes Trace, then color, then write, all while getting familiarized with basic shapes: circles, squares, triangles and rectangles.
Two-Dimensional Shape Match-Up Two-Dimensional Shape Match-Up Can your kid match these basic shapes to their real-world counterparts?
Party Favors! Party Favors! If Patty blew up two balloons, and her mom blew up two, how many balloons are there?
Play with Shapes 2 Play with Shapes 2 Play with shapes the hands-on way! Let your your kindergartener cut out these colorful shapes and arrange them into the outline of a house.
Play with Shapes 5 Play with Shapes 5 What does one semicircle, two parallelograms, three triangles and a rectangle add up to?
Counting Practice: Toys, Toys, Toys Counting Practice: Toys, Toys, Toys If one boy has a ball, and the other boy has another, how many boys are there?
Simple Subtraction: Take Away 1, 2, and 3 Simple Subtraction: Take Away 1, 2, and 3 Flex your child's math skills with this worksheet set, which focuses on subtracting 1, 2, and 3 from other numbers.
Shape Fun #1 Shape Fun #1 Here's some shape fun for young learners. Cut out these colorful shapes to see how they can come together in a larger shape.
Puppy Pattern Practice Puppy Pattern Practice This is Louie, the Papillon puppy. Go over patterns with your child and have him or her bring him to life with some color!
Skip Counting by 5: Frog Hop! Skip Counting by 5: Frog Hop! Help your child learn about skip counting by fives with this fun worksheet.
Our kindergarten math worksheets help make learning engaging for kindergartners. With bright colors and a wide variety of themes, these kindergarten math worksheets are fun, too. You'll find subjects ranging from counting and number tracing to shapes and sorting. Check them out!