Preschool Math Worksheets and Printables

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Missing Star
Missing Star
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Missing Star
Start developing your youngster's ability to compare sizes and shapes with this worksheet.
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Count, Trace, and Color: Six
Count, Trace, and Color: Six
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Count, Trace, and Color: Six
This worksheet's loaded with learning, plus a fun coloring activity, too!
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Color Seven Asparagus
Color Seven Asparagus
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Color Seven Asparagus
This coloring page has a bonus counting exercise for young mathematician. Color seven asparagus in this page and get counting!
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Holiday Match Up
Holiday Match Up
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Holiday Match Up
Help your little one get a handle on the holidays! He'll sort and categorize these different holiday items.
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Ten Lords A-Leaping
Ten Lords A-Leaping
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Ten Lords A-Leaping
Watch out for the ten lords a-leaping! Count the bells you see on the page, and then color them in to celebrate the tenth day of Christmas.
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Five Golden Rings
Five Golden Rings
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Five Golden Rings
This familiar Christmas tune will get you humming, and counting too! There are five golden rings in the picture, but how many diamonds are there?
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Preschool Math Worksheets and Printables

Want to get young kids excited about the early learning process? Make it as enjoyable as possible. Our preschool math worksheets do just that, using cute characters and familiar objects to introduce little ones to numbers, counting, shapes, and simple addition. Whether it’s a fruit themed color by number page or adding single-digit numbers using clown faces and balloons, these preschool math worksheets instill fundamental math principles in a fun way.

Encourage an Early Love of Math with Preschool Math Worksheets

Preschool is the ideal time to begin developing such essential early math skills as shape and number recognition, skip counting, and sequencing. Just as important, it’s the ideal time to begin developing a love of math that hopefully will last throughout elementary school and far beyond. After all, it’s no secret that the more kids become interested in a subject, the quicker they tend to learn it.

So how can parents get their little ones excited about math? One way is to enroll them in preschool, where they will learn the basics along with their peers. Another way is to reinforce those basics at home with our endless supply of preschool math worksheets. These worksheets allow young students to practice everything from counting and writing numbers to doing simple addition and subtraction.

A final way to instill a love for math is turn everyday household items like food, toys, playing cards, and even furnishings into math activities that are as fun as they are educational.