# Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Discover our kindergarten math worksheets packed with exercises for kids on number recognition, place value, counting, adding, subtracting, patterns, shapes, money, comparing sizes, understanding more than/less than, identifying relative positions, decomposing numbers into tens and ones, recognizing and sorting coins, backed by word problems. The easy-to-use answer keys make evaluation effortless. Build a strong foundation with our free worksheets.

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Counting and Circling up to 5 Objects

Popsicles, eggs, feathers, and other objects are scattered here. Count as many scattered objects as specified and circle them.

Look at each group of items below. Count how many of each item there are and write the correct number in the blank space.

Counting and Coloring up to 20 Objects

Read each number from 1 to 20. Color the corresponding number of pictures based on the number you read.

Counting by 1s from 1 to 10 with Pictures

Look at the pictures and count forward by ones. Fill in the missing numbers in the blanks.

Counting Backward by 1s from 10 | Maze

Count backward by ones, fill in the missing numbers, and help the alien find the spaceship, the bee find its beehive, and the cowboy find his pony.

Counting Objects and Filling Missing Numbers

Skip count by 10s and find the total number of items in the first part. Count in 10s to fill in the missing numbers.

How Many of Each Color? | Cut and Glue

Cut out the buttons, cars, and umbrellas, sort them based on color, glue them in the correct column, and count the number of objects of each color.

Identifying Groups with More or Fewer Objects

Count the objects in each set. Compare the quantities to find out which set has more or fewer objects. Check the set as instructed.

Base Ten Blocks | Counting Units or Ones

Each unit block in the set represents the number 1. Record the total number of unit blocks you counted.

Determine how many bundles of 10 sticks, and how many individual sticks are there. Combine the tens and ones to find the total number of sticks.

Counting by 1s and Tracing the Path

Count forward by 1s and color the path to lead the kit to the beaver, the bird to the birdhouse, and the baby to the plush toy.

Filling in Missing Numbers | Backward Counting from 20 to 1

Animals, birds, and insects hold number cards for kids to fill in the correct number by counting backward from 20 to 1.

Write the number that follows in the first part, the number that precedes in the second, and the preceding and following numbers on the railroad cars in the last.

Counting Objects Using Tally Marks

Draw tally marks to represent each object, group the tally marks in sets of 5, and then write the total count.

Estimate the number of items in the set and write your guess. Count the items and record the actual number. Compare the actual count with your estimate.