Math Homework Pages For Kindergarten

Free Kindergarten Counting and Number Sense Worksheets

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We hope you enjoy the worksheets on this page. In addition to the number sense and counting worksheets found here we have numerous kindergarten addition and subtraction worksheets available. Our preschool shapes page has additional worksheets suitable for the kindergarten child.

Children develop at different times so you may wish to review these preschool worksheets and first grade worksheets for additional skill-building practice.

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Kindergarten Counting and Number Sense Worksheets

Kindergarten Number SenseWorksheets

Music Meets Math Worksheets 1-2 - Students will color one-five instruments in a set and practice printing the names of the instruments. This worksheet reinforces instrument recognition, counting to five, vocabulary, and handwriting.

Show That Number Worksheet 2 - Draw objects to match the number in each row.
Pre-Math worksheet 1 - Students will follow the directions and are required to use correct colors, count to 5, and recognize first, last, and middle.
Add One, Add Two - Students will practice pencil control when they follow the directions and add one or two shapes to the picture.
Count and Color Series II, Worksheets 3-4 - Students will practice counting to ten and improve fine motor skills when they color items to match each number shown.
See, Say, Write, and Count - Look at the numerals 1-10, say each number, trace the number word, write the number word, and count the items.
Largest and Smallest Numbers - This fun robot theme worksheet makes identifying large and small numbers a lot of fun!
Recognizing Numbers 1-10 - Find and color the numbers 1-10 on this worksheet.
Which Number is Bigger? - Students will circle the largest number in each row and write it on the line.
Number Match - Draw a line to match objects to numbers.
My First Number Word Search - Find and circle the number words one through ten in this math word search puzzle.
Ten! A Halloween Worksheet - Draw additional items in each row to equal ten.
Larger and Smaller Numbers - Identify the larger or smaller numbers up to 15.
Missing Numbers to Twenty - Students will write in the missing numbers to complete each sequence of four numbers.
Number Fun Worksheets 3 and 4 - Identifying greatest and least numbers as well as ordering numbers to 20.
Fill in the Missing Numbers - This packet includes ten, half-page worksheets in which children fill in the missing numbers to 20.
Number Words Worksheet A and B - Students will match the number on the left with the number word on the right.
Dino Numbers 1-9 and 10-18 - These two worksheets reinforce number word recognition to eighteen. Students will read each number word and write the number on the dinosaur.
Let's Count - Students will practice printing the numbers in order from 0-9 and 10-19 on two worksheets.
Dot-to-Dot Puppy - Connect the dots from 1 to 30 and color the picture.
Number Charts Set 1 - This set of seven number charts includes counting to 100, count by 2's, 3's, 4's, odd numbers, even numbers, and random missing numbers.
Missing Numbers to 10 - The first worksheet in this set instructs students to fill in the missing numbers to 5. The second worksheet requires the student to fill in missing numbers up to 10.


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This page features 60 kindergarten number sense and counting.

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The 10's chart activities in the Grade One (Level One) Dynamic worksheets would be appropriate for many kindergarten children.


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Although the activities are geared more to the preschool to kindergarten age group, adding one or two less challenging activities when learning the numbers can be a welcome break for the kids and can be given as a bonus activity for those who finish their work early.

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