# High-Quality Kindergarten Math Worksheets

## In this section, you can view all of our Kindergarten math worksheets and resources.

We add dozens of new worksheets and materials for math teachers and homeschool parents every month. Below are the latest Kindergarten worksheets added to the site.

## Measurement, Perimeter, and Area Problem Solving (World Habitat Day Themed) Math Worksheets

Definition Problem-solving skills refer to the ability to identify a problem, determine its origin, and figure out all possible solutions to solve the problem. These are also a set of…

## Problem Solving – Addition and Subtraction (World Teachers’ Day Themed) Math Worksheets

Definition Problem-solving skills refer to the ability to identify a problem, determine its origin, and figure out all possible solutions to solve the problem. These are also a set of…

## Geometry and Measurement Problem Solving (World Space Week Themed) Math Worksheets

Definition Problem-solving skills refer to the ability to identify a problem, determine its origin, and figure out all possible solutions to solve the problem. These are also a set of…

## Cardinal Numbers (International Friendship Day) Math Worksheets

Definition Cardinal Numbers are used for counting numbers. It represents to describe and count the number or quantity of items that are present. Summary 1      one2     …

## Number Naming (Sea Animals Themed) Math Worksheets

Definition Number naming is what we do when we say the numbers name. For example, the number “1” is called “one”.  Summary In some instances, depending on their placement, some…

## Calendar (Days of the Week) Animals Themed Math Worksheets

Definition What is a Calendar? A series of pages showing the days, weeks, and months of a particular year. This chart also shows special occasions, holidays or religious observances. Summary…

## Counting Numbers (Basic) (Easter Themed) Math Worksheets

Definition Counting is an act of determining the quantity or the total number of objects. When counting, we need to say the numbers in order, while assigning the value of…

## Subtraction of 1- Digit Numbers (Family Fit Lifestyle Month Themed) Math Worksheets

Definition Subtraction is used to know how we ‘take away’ one or more numbers from another. Subtraction has three parts the minuend, subtrahend and the difference. Minuend is the number…

## Base Ten Blocks (Easter Day Themed) Worksheets

Definition Base 10 Blocks are used to introduce some mathematical concepts such as place, value, number sense, addition and subtraction easily. These are mathematical manipulative that allows the learners to…

## Decomposition of Numbers within 10 Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Definition: Decomposing numbers means to break down numbers into their sub-parts.  Summary: When you are familiar with all the ways a number can be made, this can make adding faster. Examples:…

## Properties of Shapes Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Definition: A shape is defined as an outline of the object. Their sides are made up of either straight or curved lines. Summary: Hi! I’m Square! I have 4 sides. My…

## Understanding Measurements Length and Width of an Object Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Definition: Length is the distance from one end to the other end of an object, while the width is the distance from side to side. Length is a type of measurement…

## Counting Numbers 1-100 (by ones) Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Counting Numbers 1-100 (by ones) Worksheets This is a fantastic bundle which includes everything you need to know about Counting Numbers 1-100 (by ones) across 15+ in-depth pages. These are…

## Word Problems Involving Comparison of Numbers Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Definition: In comparing numbers, we use the following symbols: (>) greater than or more than, (<) less than and (=) equal to. Examples: 4 apples is greater than 3 strawberries 3 apples…

## Skip Counting by 2,3,4 and 5 Kindergarten Math Worksheet

Skip Counting by 2,3,4 and 5 Worksheets This is a fantastic bundle which includes everything you need to know about Skip Counting by 2,3,4 and 5 across 15+ in-depth pages….

## Decomposition of Numbers from 11-19 Using Tens and Ones Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Definition: Decomposing numbers means breaking down numbers into their sub-parts or two parts – the ones and the tens.  Examples: 19 could be decomposed into the sum of 10 and 9…

## Counting Numbers 1 – 100 (by tens) Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Counting Numbers 1-100 (by tens) This is a fantastic bundle which includes everything you need to know about Counting Numbers 1-100 (by tens) across 15+ in-depth pages. These are ready-to-use…

## Representing Objects with Numbers from 0-20 Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Summary: In this worksheet, counting numbers from one to twenty can be found. Aside from using digits and words, numbers can also be represented through the use of objects as…

## Comparing Objects using their Measurements Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Definition: Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has “more of”/ less of” the attribute, and describe the difference.  Summary: This is how…

## Modeling Real Life Objects Using Shapes Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Definition: To compose a figure means to put together shapes to form a new figure. Try to identify each of the shapes used below in forming the truck and the…

Learning objectives:

In Kindergarten level, learners are expected to focus on two important areas:

(1) making sense of the concepts of whole numbers by representing, relating, and operating on it that usually starts with sets of objects; and

(2) describing basic shapes and space by relating them to their physical environment.

Since this is a developing stage for the formation of the mathematical literacy of the children, more learning time in kindergarten is allotted to number sense rather than any topic.

Skills to develop:

a. Conceptual skills

• Learners make use of numbers, including written numerals, to represent quantities and to solve quantitative problems, such as counting objects in a frame; counting out a given number of objects; differentiating sets or numerals; reasoning out which is more, less, or equal; and composing simple joining and separating situations with ten frames or sets of objects, or later on with basic mathematical sentences such as 6 + 3 = 9 and 6 – 3 = 3.
• Kindergarten learners are also expected to associate number bonds and fact families to establish relationships among numbers.
• Learners should be able to describe their physical world using simple geometric concepts (e.g., shape, orientation, spatial relations) and vocabulary.
• They should recognize, label, and differentiate basic two-dimensional shapes, such as squares, triangles, circles, rectangles, and hexagons, from solid or three-dimensional figures such as cube, prism, cone, pyramid, etc, that are presented in a variety of ways (e.g., with different sizes, and orientations).
• They should also compare and contrast shapes as symmetrical or asymmetrical categories.

b. Procedural skills

• Learners should be able to select, modify, and demonstrate effective strategies for solving quantitative questions, including recognizing the cardinalities of small sets of objects, counting and producing sets of given sizes, counting the number of objects in combined sets, or counting the number of objects that remain in a set after some are taken away, counting numbers using their fingers and other manipulative materials, identifying a larger or smaller sets, utilizing skip counting for faster calculation, and initially illustrating basic concepts of fractions such as halves and quarters.
•  They should be able to draw and illustrate basic and solid shapes given their unique attributes. As well as predicting shape patterns.
•  Other than these, kindergarten learners are already introduced to non-standard units of measurement which will be strengthened when they are promoted to the next level.

c. Life skills

• Even though it is not required for them to show mastery of addition and subtraction of numbers within 10, learners in this level are encouraged to appreciate how number recognition and counting can be useful in their daily lives.
• Counting real-life objects or materials such as determining the number of toys and crayons they have, the number of candies left after they ate some of it, etc. In addition, these lessons should make the kids appreciate the application of their mathematics lessons in their daily lives and giving them opportunities to enjoy and play while learning math are also the priorities in this level.
• They should be able to use basic shapes and spatial reasoning to model objects in their environment and to construct more complex shapes.