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Kindergarten Math Homework Printouts

Kindergarten Math

In kindergarten math, kids will be learning to count to at least 20, write numbers and recognize basic shapes. Kindergarten will also expose them to the concepts of more or less, and addition and subtraction. As you can see, it's a big year for math learning! You can support skill development with these supplemental learning activities:

  • Have fun with dominoes! Take turns with your child picking up tiles. The person with the most dots on their tiles gets to keep it and the person with the biggest tile at the end wins.
  • Play the game of UNO with your child, which provides multiple opportunities for reinforcing number sense.
  • Draw a shape on a piece of paper and ask kids to draw the same shape, then talk about the name of the shape.
  • Download and print some of the worksheets on that are specific to the core math skills in the kindergarten curriculum.
  • For a more general look at math concepts, browse all of our math worksheets.

Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Kindergarten math includes many new concepts. From simple counting to basic addition and subtraction, our math worksheets for kindergarteners include all this and more!

Draw Time

Children have to draw the hands of the clock to show the time given...See more

Find the Number

Kids have to find the missing numbers in simple addition and subtraction problems...See more

How Tall are the Giraffe?

Kindergarteners can begin to use a ruler for measuring things with this fun worksheet...See more

Fill in the Missing Number

Kids have to fill in the missing number in a sequence...See more

Picture Addition

Kids can try out this picture addition worksheet to solve simple addition problems...See more

Light or Heavy

Teach kids to sort out the heavy objects from the light objects as they begin to recognize the difference in weights...See more

The Fairy Ladder

Kids can learn to see the difference between less and more with this free worksheet...See more

Less or More

Kids can learn to see the difference between less and more with this free worksheet...See more

Make a Number Alphabet

Kindergarteners have to trace the numbers from 1 to 16 to reveal an alphabet...See more

Shapes of Life

Teach young kids to identify basic geometric shapes like circles, squares, triangles, ovals and rectangles....See more

Count and Color

A coloring activity is a fun way to introduce kids to simple geometric shapes. They can also explore the different shapes by counting the number of sides...See more

Count and Name

With this fun worksheet for kids, they can go beyond the basic shapes and explore more complex shapes like hexagons and octagons...See more

Add the Slow Snails

‘Add the Slow Snails’ is a cute addition worksheet that’s replete with cute pictures of little snails! See more

Color Code 2

Now you can combine art with math by using this free kindergarten math worksheet to encourage your budding artist-cum-mathematician. See more

Color Code 1

This is a fun interactive coloring activity for your child designed to teach 3-4 year olds the basics of number recognition. See more

Shapes and Patterns

Learning about shapes and patterns is a fun topics for little kids. Use this free printable kindergarten math worksheet to teach your child! See more

Tracing Numbers 6-to-10

Help your child master numbers with this free kindergarten math worksheet! See more

Tracing Numbers 1 to 5

Get your child started with numbers with this fun kindergarten math worksheet! See more

Picture Addition

Help your child master addition with this printable kindergarten math worksheet designed to keep him engaged. See more

Picture Subtraction

Show your child the fun side of learning subtraction with this colorful kindergarten math worksheet! See more


Teach kids all about counting, comparing and classifying in this cun - errr... fun math activity for kids, “Collections”. See more

Count n' Match

This worksheet is a great way to test your child’s number recognition and counting skills. Can he match the numbers on the left with the correct number of dots on the right? See more

It's a Match

Full of airplanes, seals balancing balls on their noses, kites and other things kids love, this worksheet is sure to be popular with your child. See more

Wanted Posters

Use your math skills and observation powers to identify the galactic bad guys in this simple but fun free math worksheet! See More

Mouse House

‘Mouse House’ is a fun printable kindergarten math worksheet to help teach the little ones numbers from 1 to 10. They learn to count and write numbers. See more

It's About Time

With just a little practice, your kid will be able to tell the time on analog clocks without any help, and you will have one proud kindergartener! See more

Shapes Mix-up

This is a fun critical thinking and logical reasoning activity sheet with pictures of different shapes and sizes. Kids have to identify shapes that match exactly and color them with the same color! See more

Plant a Garden

Teachers can print and use this math activity for their kindergarten class and watch the little ones have a fun time as they learn! See more

Bouncing Numbers

How many kindergarteners do you know that don’t like playing with balls?Use this worksheet to teach kids number recognition and sequence.See more

Sizing Things Up Game

As the name suggests, ‘Sizing Things Up Game’ is a fun activity for kindergarteners to help them understand and classify objects under different sizes. See more

Shape n' Color Hunt

This worksheet mixes fun with learning as the little ones get more familiar with sequencing different geometric shapes and color patters! See more

Number Fun

‘Number Fun’ will give kids the opportunity to order and count numbers as they trace and write the missing numbers in the worksheet! See more

What's Next?

This worksheet requires kids to identify each different pattern and complete each sequence by filling in the missing shapes. See more

Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Kindergarten math includes many new concepts. From simple counting to basic addition and subtraction, math worksheets for kindergarteners include all this and more!

Math Worksheets for Kindergarteners are Beneficial

Math worksheets are an effective way to help kindergarteners practice new math concepts. It is important for kindergarteners to grasp these concepts well, as they form the foundation on which advanced concepts are taught later.

Kindergarten math worksheets include math problems and sums on different topics. At this age, the little ones generally learn counting, skip counting, comparing numbers, simple addition and subtraction, and even telling time to the nearest hour. The worksheets focus on all of these topics, giving kindergarteners the opportunity to sharpen their math skills!

Math Games, Activities and Worksheets for Kindergarteners

There are many fun ways to help kindergarteners learn and practice math. There are plenty of free, printable math worksheets that are easily found online that serve as a useful resource for homeschooling parents and teachers.

While worksheets are an effective way to get kids to practice math, it is essential to ensure that the kindergarteners have fully understood the concept they are practicing. A good way to introduce new concepts to kindergarteners is by using props. You can use their toys, treats, or even fruits and vegetables to first introduce concepts to them. This helps the little ones establish the relevance of each concept. The worksheets then encourage them to attempt and solve different kinds of problems in each topic.

Online math games are also a great way to help kids learn math. The virtual worlds at Math Blaster and JumpStart are filled with a variety of math games for kids. An ideal mix of fun and learning, these games will make your kids want to learn math. Get the little ones started on these games immediately and watch the magic unfold!