# K Math

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Young children sometimes find it difficult to distinguish between coins. Practice coin recognition to set your child up to grasp the concept of coin value.

Help your child "bee" successful at counting with this cute counting practice worksheet.

Throw counting practive into reverse with this counting-backwards worksheet.

Join counting and primary colors with this worksheet on counting numbers up to 30.

Ahoy! Pirate Billy needs help counting his treasures. Help your kid practice adding single-digit numbers and writing the sums on this treasure-themed worksheet.

This charming worksheet will challenge your kindergartener to count and tally groups of cute puppies. This helps with number recognition and writing practice.

Practicing subtraction is simple. All you have to do is count the total number of shapes in each box then take away the darker shapes.

Get in the math zone! Kids practice crossing off items to visualize the concept of subtraction.

Nail down subtraction to a tee with some construction zone math! Use each picture to help you subtract.

Little math workers, get your subtraction tools ready! These picture problems will help kids visualize the equation.

Is your little counter ready for the next step? Introduce her to addition with this picture math worksheet.

It's math time at the construction zone! Count up the items in each picture equation to find the sum.

How many tools do you see on this construction site? Give your child a fun intro to subtraction with some picture math.

This picture addition worksheet is great for helping kids learn the basics of arithmetic.

Give your child practice with counting numbers, This printable kindergarten worksheet focuses on the numbers 5 through 10.

Introduce measuring to your kindergartener with this simple and easy worksheet. Use the paper inch ruler to measure the length of each school supply.

Your little guy will surely enjoy cutting out the inch ruler and measuring the length of each colorful vehicle!

These alien buddies are all different heights, can you tell which is tallest? Help your child learn about height with this measurement sheet.

Practice comparing sizes by drawing the missing object in each box according to the size listed in the directions, either small, medium, or large.

Repetition, repetition, repetition! Help your kindergartener learn to write the names of the first ten numbers with this brightly colored worksheet.

Gain practice working with sizes in this fun and easy exercise! Draw the missing object in the size indicated in the directionsÃ¢small, medium, or large.

Help your child practice counting objects with this printable worksheet, which focuses on the numbers 10 through 15.

This is one tasty math worksheet! Figure out which group is more than, less than, or equal to the group of pizzas. Take a bite out this yummy challenge!

There's a math party going on in this brightly colored worksheet! Just count and compare the lollipops, candles and more to join the clever festivities.

Compare fun clothing items like bow ties and blue jeans to figure out which group is less than, more than or equal to the first group. Do you dare to compare?

With this colorful worksheet your early math learner will count objects and compare two groups. For advanced practice, he can fill in the blank with symbols.

Count colorful pictures out loud and compare groups of items to begin learning about greater than and less than. This worksheet deals with groups of 4 to 7.

This is a simple and colorful math worksheet that is perfect for a kindergarten age child. She'll look at the numbers then count and circle the pretty flowers.

Coin recognition and counting are important skills in kindergarten. Your kid will count and circle dimes, quarters, pennies and nickels with this fun worksheet.

On this worksheet, kids count up each type of fruit then draw a line to connect them to the fruit basket with the right number.

Flex your child's math skills with this worksheet set, which focuses on subtracting 1, 2, and 3 from other numbers.

Help your child practice his time telling with this printable worksheet, which focuses on whole hours.

Learning addition is as easy as 1-2-3! Give your child a head start on addition with this counting worksheet.

Even math is fun when fairies are involved! Your kindergartener will enjoy learning to add with this colorful worksheet.

Print out this fairy-themed worksheet for a fun, easy way to help kindergarteners learn simple addition skills.

You can never have too many flowers! Have your kindergartener count and add flowers with this math worksheet.

Give your child practice telling time with this printable worksheet by drawing the hour and minute hands on a clock face.

Attack of the friendly insects! Your kindergartener will get great practice counting and comparing amounts in this bug-filled worksheet.

Which box has more creepy crawlers inside? Your kindergartener will get practice counting as she hangs out with these familiar backyard bugs.

How many striped cats can you find? Your child will count and write numbers with the help of some furry friends in this worksheet.

With this worksheet, your child will learn to count and write numbers with the help of her furry friends.

Help your child begin to learn about math problems using pictures. He'll count the pictures to create simple addition equations.

It's time to count the coins! Practice adding up coin values with your youngster.

Give your kindergartener's subtraction practice that is out of this world with single digit subtraction problems featuring space shuttles and comets.

These birds are acting strange! Your kindergartener will use single digit subtraction to find out how many birds are still colorful and bright.

Which animal weighs more? Give your kindergartener practice comparing weights with some familiar animal friends.

Let the joy of spring inspire your kindergartener's next math practice. She'll use single digit addition to add up bright flowers.

These ducks are all in a line and ready to be counted! Your kindergartener will use single digit addition to add these adorable ducks.

How is your garden decorated? Flowers are pretty but count the benches, lanterns and pinwheels that are also in your garden.

Look to see who is visiting your garden! Count the critters, then fill in the blanks to describe and compare the animals that visit your garden.

How does your garden grow? Count the vegetables in your vegetable garden. Then fill in the blanks to describe and compare the vegetables in your garden.

Give your little gardener practice counting with colorful flowers! He will count different items and then fill in the blanks to describe how his garden grows.

Learn to count with cute and colorful fruit! This worksheet gives kids a workout in recognizing visual representations of matching numbers.

This worksheet gives kids a workout in recognizing visual representations of matching numbers.

Counting is easy as 1, 2, 3 with this fruity worksheet! Practice counting these fruits out loud with your child.

Help your child improve his counting skills with this printable worksheet, which is all about comparing quantities.

Adding numbers within 20 is as easy as counting balloons with this colorful and simple worksheet.

How many strawberries are there in all? "In all" means all together! Help your child learn the basic idea behind addition with this fun math worksheet.

If you have four balloons, and add one more, how many are there? Help your child learn the basic idea behind addition with this fun counting objects worksheet.

Start your engines! This racecar rally will help your little speedster practice identifying differences between very similar items.

You kids will get an intro to basic addition with this worksheet, which challenges them to count and add acorns, walnuts, and almonds!

Give your child practice telling time with this printable worksheet, in which she'll draw the hour and minute hands on a clock face.

These picture problems are perfect for helping visual learners nail down subtraction to a tee.

Bugs are everywhere! How many bugs are visiting your garden? Practice counting the different kinds of insects.

It's a beach themed addition party, and your kindergartener is invited! She'll practice single digit addition with fun and familiar beach items.

Count up the items on the construction zone! Learn how to subtract by crossing off the right number of items.

Is your little explorer reading for some addition practice? He'll use single digit addition to add items familiar to any outdoor adventurer.

Add some undersea creatures to your kindergartener's math practice. He'll practice single digit addition as he adds up some new ocean friends.

Does an acorn weigh more than a swan? Your kindergartener will learn about comparing weights by ranking from lightest to heaviest.

Can your future math whiz count up these creepy crawlers? He'll work on counting up to five with some of his favorite backyard bugs.

These insects are ready to be counted! Add some backyard bugs to your child's counting practice with this colorful worksheet.

You can never have too many bugs, right? Give your child practice counting up to five with this worksheet filled with insects she's already familiar with.

It's insect counting time! Your child will practice counting up to five with backyard bugs he already is familiar with.

Counting bugs is a lot easier when the bugs don't move. Use this worksheet to give your kindergartener practice counting to five.

Does your curious kindergartener love insects? Let him practice counting and comparing amounts with his bug buddies in this worksheet.

Have an adventure with this road trip match that encourages categorization practice.

Practice measuring length in inches with your first grader with this cute buggy worksheet.

If you want to get your first grader excited about measurement, try measuring worms!

Go over addition and subtraction facts up to 10 with your kindergartener with this nifty practice test.

Your child will have a great time with this kindergarten math worksheet! Kids practice adding single-digit numbers and writing the sums in this ninja worksheet.

How much sporting fun could your kid have with all these balls? We'll never know, but he can definitely learn to count and add with this fun worksheet.

Cut out the inch ruler and measure length and width of the objects related to space. Your kindergartener will go galactic with our fun and simple worksheet!

Eww, look at all these creepy crawlers! Just how many are there? Let your kindergartener find out as he learns to count and add.

Strengthen your beginner's math skills by having her complete this basic addition worksheet by counting the number of stars in each box to solve the problems.

Practice your addition skills with this winter-themed worksheet by counting the number of items that are related to the winter season in each box.

Add together the items in each box that relate to the fall season by counting the total number of items.

Practice simple addition with this worksheet featuring picture diagrams by counting the number of houses in each box to solve the problems.

Put your mind to work by completing this addition worksheet. Count the number of grains in each box to solve the addition problems.

Count the number of school supplies in each box to find the answers to the simple addition problems.

Practice simple subtraction by counting how many clothing items are in each box then take away the darker items.

Count how many clothing items are in each box. Then take away the darker clothing items to find the answers to the simple subtraction problems.

Practice subtraction by counting the number of baking items in each box then taking away the number of darker items. How many items are left?

Count the number of leaves in each box then take away the number of darker ones. Nurture the future math whiz in your child!

Count the number of desserts in each box then take away the ones that are darker. How many are left?

Introduce simple subtraction to your kindergartener. Count how many bath items there are in each box then take away the darker pictures to find the answer.

Count the number of vegetables in each box to find the answer to each of the addition problems.

Have your little construction worker practice his math skills by counting the number of tools in each box to find the answer to the addition problems.

This simple worksheet consists of easy addition problems which can be solved by counting the total number of kitchen items in each box.

Simply have him count the number of vehicles in each box in order to find the answer to the addition problems.

Complete this musical-themed addition worksheet by counting the total number of instruments to find the answers to the problems.

Complete this simple addition worksheet by counting all of the fruit in each box in order to find the answers to the problems.

Engage your kindergartener in easy addition practice by having her count the total number of animals in each of the problems.

Take the stress out of math by by making math a hands-on experiment with this yummy worksheet.

This sweet sheet take the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.

This exciting worksheet takes the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.

This savory worksheet takes the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.

This adorable worksheet takes the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.

This stylish worksheets takes the stress out of math by bringing making it a hands-on experiment.

This sturdy worksheet take the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.

This bubbly worksheet takes the stress out of math by turning it into a hands-on experiment.

This fun and feathered worksheet take the stress out of math by turning it into a hands-on experiment.

On this first grade math worksheet, kids use a ruler to measure four worms in inches. Then they compare lengths to find the shortest and longest worm.

How many snails can you see? This fun and colorful worksheet will help your kindergartener practice counting up to 13.

Take measurement learning to the next level with this comparing weight worksheet featuring common objects, and practice reading numbers.

Beginning measurement starts with relative sizes and weights; this worksheet asks your child decide which object is heavier and adds coloring into the mix!

Kids practice adding single-digit numbers and writing the sums on this garden-themed kindergarten math worksheet.

In this worksheet, your child will be comparing two things in the pictures and will decide for himself which one is taller, older, or heavier.

Lizzy the Bee needs help tracking down the right tulip! Help her by practicing simple subtraction equations.

Counting and subtraction come together for a colorful and sports-themed math worksheet, great for visual learners!

Visual learners will learn subtraction basics with our colorful, flower-themed worksheet. Kids will count picture of flowers, then cross out images to subtract.

Counting and subtraction come together for a colorful math worksheet, great for visual learners!

Addition and building go hand in hand. Show your little math whiz the basics of addition with this picture math worksheet.

This worksheet will help your kindergartener practice time telling skills, by matching the time on each wrist watch with the time written on the page.

Take math practice to the construction zone with this picture addition worksheet.

Teach your child how to turn loose change into spending money with this coin-counting worksheet.

Kids practice adding numbers with addends up to 10 and writing the sums on this fruit-themed kindergarten math worksheet.

Kids practice adding numbers with addends up to 10 and writing the sums on this shape-themed kindergarten math worksheet.

For each problem on this first grade math worksheet, kids subtract numbers under 10 to see how many lollipops are left after someone has had a tasty snack.

For each problem on this first grade math worksheet, kids subtract single-digit numbers to see how many cheese pieces are left after the mouse eats its snack.

Little builders, get ready for some construction zone math! Your child will use his counting skills to solve these addition equations.

Work on telling time with your first grader. She'll write out the digital time that's shown on each analog clock.

Counting is the first step to learning addition. Help your little construction worker count up these tools to find the sums!

Make math fun by taking it to the construction zone! Count up the items in each picture sentence to find the sums.

Counting and subtraction come together for a colorful and animal-themed math worksheet, great for visual learners!

This worksheet will teach your kindergartener about the big and little hands on a clock.

Ask your kindergartener to complete these one-digit subtraction facts, and they'll go above and beyond kindergarten standards in no time!

Looking for a worksheet to help you kid with his money counting? This printable will help him count money.

Introduce your child to basic inequalities with this worksheet that challenges him to count up the objects in each group and decide which has fewer or more.

Looking for a math challenge for your kindergartener? This counting worksheet is a great way to introduce them to basic inequalities and number comparison.

Subtraction can be tricky for new learners, but this worksheet breaks down the concept step by step so kids can see how the process works.

Help your kindergartener get on board with subtraction with this step by step worksheet filled with cute penguins, hedgehogs, and more.

Count the number of different types of clothes in each box to solve the simple addition problems.

Kindergarteners will surely light up when completing this fun subtraction activity!

Count the number of sea animals in each box then take away the number of darker ones to find the answers to the subtraction problems.

Encourage your brainiac to practice his addition skills using this vegetable-themed worksheet by simply counting the number of vegetables in each box.

Which coin features our first president? Kids learn as they also practice tracing, counting, and coloring the fabulous quarter.

Welcome the start of the spring season by completing this bright and cheery addition worksheet. Solve the problems by counting the number of items in each box.

Kids learn all about dimes on this fun-filled printable. They also get writing, coloring, and even counting practice.

Encourage your kindergartener to practice his addition by completing this fun, fruit themed worksheet.

Which coin is worth five cents? The nickel, of course! Teach your child about the five cent piece with a fun activity-filled worksheet.

How much money is in each piggy bank? First count the number of coins in each piggy bank, and then count up the value for each group!

On this penny printable, kids practice tracing letters, counting coins, and they even get to do some fun coloring, too.

Look out! Somebody knocked over a beehive, and there are bees everywhere! See if your kindergartener can count the number of these scary little creatures!

Little math all-stars will have a blast with this sporty subtraction page. Practice crossing out four items from each equation.

Vroom vroom! Start your engines for some super subtraction practice. Your child will get a great visual learning experience with these picture problems.

Practice subtracting by six with these animal picture problems! Kids will cross off six animals from each group.

Practice subtracting by three with this picture problem worksheet! Your child can visualize the concept of subtraction with pictures.

How many jelly beans were dropped? Help your little math whiz count her way to the difference of each subtraction equation.

Challenge your little math star with some subtraction story problems! These easy word problems will giving your child a head start on her math facts.

Can you count up these critters? Show your little one how he can use his counting skills to solve each subtraction problem.

Your kid can add pets with this worksheet, and luckily it's just for practice. Help your young one count and add with this worksheet full of cuddly cuties!

One day your little one may collect a huge set of shoes, but he'll need to count and add first! Give him some practice adding shoes with this worksheet.

Dragonflies are some of the most stunning and fastest insects the world. See how fast your kindergartener can count these speedy creatures with this worksheet.

Kids always want more! Tell your kindergartener to count the bugs and decide which group has more. Then ask him which group is the biggest on the entire page.

You wouldn't want to mistake a wasp for a ladybug! Challenge your kindergartener to keep the two bugs separate in this counting worksheet.

Keep your kindergartener practicing his counting with this worksheet featuring moths. He may have noticed moths flying around artificial lights in your home.

You're once, twice, three times a ladybug! Check out this counting worksheet for your kindergartener, featuring beautiful ladybugs.

Dive into addition with the single digits in this worksheet, featuring an ocean floor background.

Bees and cockroaches? That's double trouble! If your kindergartener is brave enough, have him count the number of these two scary bugs.

How many clothes can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

Start your engines! It's time to race for subtraction. Help your future math star work out these simple word problems.

Bug out on word problems! These simple story problems are perfect for helping beginners master subtraction.

How many back-to-school items can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

How many little birds can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

How many excellent sources of protein can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

Vroom vroom! How many vehicles can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

Thirsting for some math practice? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

Bug out on addition! Count up how many critters you see in each picture equation. Then see how to write it out with numbers.

Get your child's kindergarten year started right with this counting worksheet, featuring eye-catching butterflies.

Can you subtract all the veggies in these equations? Practice simple subtraction with your kindergartener.

Try this counting worksheet with your kindergartener. Moths and ladybugs are very different insects, so tell your child to keep them separate as he counts.

How many pieces of furniture can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

Rapunzel is locked in a tower with nothing to do but play with her hair. As the year goes on she decides to keep a braid chart for every foot her hair grows.

How big is your favorite fruit? Introduce your kindergartener to the concept of measurement by size with this fun, fruity worksheet.

Do you know how much you weigh? Introduce your kindergartener to the concept of measurement by weight with this fun comparison worksheet.

How many chickens do you see? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

Don't get starry-eyed now! Count the stars and get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

How many veggies can you count? This beginning math worksheet will get your kindergartener ready for elementary school subtraction.

Let's catch some critters! Apply those counting skills to addition with this creepy-crawly picture math worksheet.

How many delicious fruits can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

How many sports balls can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

Is your kindergartener a math whiz? Test his knowledge of subtraction with these simple word problems, made just for beginning learners.

Time for some hide and seek with numbers! Some of these sneaky ants are hiding under the bowls.

Subtraction is as easy as 1, 2, 3 with this picture math worksheet! Help Abi count the blocks she's colored.

How many instruments can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

Put your little carpenter to work and count the tools! This beginning math worksheet will get your kindergartener ready for elementary school subtraction.

How many animals can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

Visual and numerical cues serve as an introduction to subtraction as your kindergartener gets ready for elementary school arithmetic.

How many gardening tools can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

This bees and butterflies counting challenge will not only help your child count, but also begin to categorize objects.

How many circles and squares can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

Hey treehuggers, how many trees can you count? Get your kindergartener ready for elementary school math with this introduction to subtraction worksheet.

Count up the critters to solve each subtraction problem! Help your young mathematician learn how his counting skills translate to arithmetic.

Give your kindergartener plenty of counting practice. This counting worksheet, featuring wasps and dragonflies, may even turn your young one into a bug fanatic.

There aren't many bugs more different than butterflies and cockroaches. Your kindergartener should try to count them separately in this counting worksheet.

I'm buggin' out! This worksheet challenges your kindergartener to count up to 20 while figuring out which group contains more bugs.

Go fishin' for some addition! If your kid loves fish, have her do this fun worksheet with all kinds of pretty fish and she'll get some quick math practice.

Go wild for subtraction! These simple story problems are just the ticket for helping your math whiz master subtraction.

Subtraction can be a tough concept to master, but with these simple picture problems, you can give your kindergartener a leg up!

Learn to subtract by counting backwards on the number line! Your little math whiz will get to visualize the concept of subtraction as he solves each problem.

Put those counting skills to the test! Use the number line to help your child understand the basics of subtraction. She'll practice subtracting one.

Kids practice adding single-digit numbers and writing the sums on this ocean-themed kindergarten math worksheet.

Practice counting and writing numbers with this simple worksheet, which challenges your child to look at each group of toys and count how many.

Get some measurement practice by inching along with some familiar sights.

Your child will have a great time doing this kindergarten math worksheet! Kids add single-digit numbers and write the sums on this ninja-themed worksheet.

Kids practice adding single-digit numbers and writing the sums on this circus-themed kindergarten math worksheet.

On this first grade math worksheet, kids use a ruler to measure four vegetables in inches. Then they compare lengths to find the shortest and longest veggie.

Kids practice adding numbers with addends up to 10 and writing the sums on this veggie-themed kindergarten math worksheet.

Melissa Mouse needs a hand (or six!) with her clocks. Help Melissa draw in the clock hands to indicate the times listed for these analog clock faces.

For this kindergarten math worksheet, kids give Melissa Mouse a hand telling time. They look at each analog clock, determine the time, and then write the time.

For this kindergarten math worksheet, kids practice telling time by reading a digital time and choosing which of three clocks displays the matching analog time.

Help Jane the Hen find her lost eggs by taking a crack at these addition problems.

This worksheet will help your child count to five. He will need to count the fruit in each box, and then write down the amount in the blanks provided.

Help Max go fly a kite (up to the highest height) by completing these subtraction problems.

Help Ricky the Caterpillar find the softest, squishiest apple to burrow his way through.

Help your child practice his money counting skills with this printable kindergarten worksheet.

Kids practice adding numbers with addends up to 10 and writing the sums on this space-themed kindergarten math worksheet.

Your child can learn about the difference between more and less with bouquets of cheerful blossoms as her guide.

Kids practice adding single-digit numbers and writing the sums on this bath-themed kindergarten worksheet of picture math problems.

For each problem on this worksheet, kids subtract single-digit numbers to see how many apples are left after someone has had a tasty snack.

In this kindergarten math worksheet, kids give Melissa Mouse a hand telling time. Kids will look at an analog clock, determine the time, and write the time.

On this first grade math worksheet, kids use a ruler to measure four vegetables in inches. Then they compare lengths to find the shortest and longest veggies.

Kids practice adding single-digit numbers and writing the sums on this sports math worksheet.

Using her counting skills, your child will learn the difference between more and less by figuring out which flock, gaggle, or group has the most in it.

For this kindergarten math worksheet, kids help Melissa Mouse tell time. They cut out digital times and glue them under analog clocks with matching times.

For this kindergarten math worksheet, kids practice telling time by reading digital times and then drawing the missing hour hands on the clock faces.

Here's a challenging twist on kindergarten-level pattern worksheets. Match up the patterns that most closely resemble each other.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 13, then write their own. Then they count apples and record the information in a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 9, then write their own. Then they count the fish they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 10, then write their own. Then they count the shells they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 6, then write their own. Then they count the sharks they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 19, then write their own. Then they count the triangles they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 14, then write their own. Then they count broccoli pieces and record the information in a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 15, then write their own. Then they count carrots and record the information in a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 5, then write their own. Then they count the mice they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 2, then write their own. Then they count the piglets they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 16, then write their own. Then they count the stars they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 4, then write their own. Then they count the ducks they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 3, then write their own. Then they count the sheep they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 1, then write their own. Then they count the rabbits they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 17, then write their own. Then they count the circles they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 0, then write their own. Then they count the animals they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 11, then write their own. Then they count delicious pears and record the information in a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 20, then write their own. Then they count the diamonds they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 8, then write their own. Then they count the crabs they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 7, then write their own. Then they count the turtles they see in the picture and make a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 12, then write their own. Then they count oranges and record the information in a graph.

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 18, then write their own. Then they count the squares they see in the picture and make a graph.