Looking for fun Kindergarten Math Worksheets? Our Planning Playtime Kindergarten Math Units are filled with amazing worksheets and hands on activities to help kindergarteners build foundational math skills.
We have a fantastic combination of no-prep Math worksheets that you can print and add to homework packets, use for morning work, or fit into your lesson plan for some extra practice.
We also create amazing, hands-on kindergarten math games that you can use in centers and compliment the math worksheets. Let’s take a closer look at some of the amazing kindergarten math resources you have available from Planning Playtime.
Kindergarten Math Worksheets
There are hundreds of kindergarten math worksheets in our vault of resources. They cover anything from basic counting and subitizing to comparing numbers, addition, subtraction, and even on to measurement, data, and early geometry.
These worksheets and activities are all designed to align with common math standards for kindergarten, but they are also fun packed and created with kids in mind. We want math to be so fun that the students are asking for more.
Let me show you some examples of what you will find in our kindergarten math worksheets series.
Numbers and Counting Worksheets
These first few kindergarten math units focus on number sense and and counting. Unit 1 is all about numbers 1-10. Children will work on writing and counting those numbers.
Unit 2 moves onto tricky teen numbers, where children can practice writing and counting up to 20. You’ll notice some subitizing practice in both units 1 and 2, because it is such an important early math skill.
Unit 3 is all about counting up to 100. There are great games and worksheets in this set for 100 day or for working on counting all year long.
Comparing Numbers Worksheets
In Unit 4, children will move on from simply counting to being able to compare smaller and larger numbers. They will get practice comparing both numerals as well as groups of objects.
Addition is the next unit in our kindergarten math worksheets and games series. Here, children get to practice all the fun of combining groups of objects to find how many there are all together. Addition is such a fun concept, and we turn it into a game as much as possible.
Kindergarten math common standards require children to start learning to subtract under 5. We like to go up to 10, so you can differentiate to help students at various math levels. Kids absolutely love our Whack-a-ball Subtraction game as well as Bowling to Subtract and more.
At the kindergarten level, children are just starting to learn the concept of place value. We teach it for numbers 1-20 in these sets. Children learn that you can start with a 10 and add other numbers to that to create teen numbers. They’ll delve deeper into place value as they move on to first grade.
Measurement and Data Worksheets
Learning to collect, measure and compare data is a critical early math and science skill. In kindergarten, kids are working on non-standard measurement, meaning they aren’t using a ruler to measure. Rather, we measure with other common objects, helping them learn how to make judgements and comparisons on how large, heavy, etc, various items are.
Geometry and Shapes Worksheets
This is one of our most popular sets in the series. Children play games to identify various geometric shapes. They also get to practice sorting 2D and 3D shapes.
Money and Time
Our money and time unit is the bonus at the end of the kindergarten math series. It works as a fun introduction to finding the hour on a clock and counting simple coins.
Kindergarten Math Worksheets Year Long Bundle
These math units have been such a huge hit with teachers and kids, that we wanted to create an easy way for you to get the full year in sequence, and save some money at the same time.
The Full Year Kindergarten Math Bundle gives you 250 Math Worksheets and hundreds of pages of hands-on math games, and you save about 20% when you purchase them all together in the bundle. It’s now available here.
Seasonal Kindergarten Math Worksheets
It gets even better! In addition to all of the kindergarten math worksheets above, we also have seasonal sets, one for each month of the school year. These are different worksheets from the units above.
This allows kids to practice and repeat similar skills in new fun ways by switching out the season. They get to do addition with pumpkins and then again a bit later with snowmen. It’s a great way to mix it up and keep it interesting.
These kindergarten math worksheets are mixed in with literacy worksheets for well rounded learning and easy prep for teachers.
You can find the entire year of Kindergarten Math and Literacy Worksheets here.