# K.CC.A.2 Counting and Cardinality worksheets With Answers for Kindergarten

Check out this Trial Lesson on K.CC.A.2 Counting and Cardinality worksheets With Answers for Kindergarten!

Count Forward Starting From Any Number

Favorites
With answer key
Interactive
• K.CC.A.2
• With answer key

## Counting In The Neighborhood Part 2 Worksheet

Download this free worksheet to help your child build number sense and math reasoning skills! It uses pictures of objects they know, letting your child count and match the right numeral to the objects to count past 10. Let them feel successful in mastering numbers.
Counting In The Neighborhood Part 2 Worksheet
Worksheet

## Peter Pan Worksheet

Kindergarteners can join Peter Pan on an adventure to Neverland! They can help him by coloring squares to create a path, strengthening their shape identification skills in a fun maze. Let the journey begin!
Peter Pan Worksheet
Worksheet

## Counting Forward On the Farm Worksheet

Help your child practice counting with this fun worksheet. Have them help a farmer feed the right animal by counting on from a starting point. This activity will help them build number line thinking and refine fine motor skills.
Counting Forward On the Farm Worksheet
Worksheet

## Counting in the Neighborhood Part1 Worksheet

Counting using one-to-one representation is a great way to develop a child's number sense. Use objects, pictures and images to help counting beyond the fingers. This worksheet uses everyday objects to practice counting. It encourages children to find the correct number and count forward. Give it a try!
Counting in the Neighborhood Part1 Worksheet
Worksheet

## Check. Checkmate or Stalemate? Worksheet

Chess teaches critical thinking, reasoning, and logic skills in a fun way. With this downloadable worksheet, kids can look at chess boards and decide if the sides are in check, checkmate, or stalemate. Win or lose, a stalemate can be a great outcome, and kids can learn and build skills with each move!
Check. Checkmate or Stalemate? Worksheet
Worksheet

## Sidewalk Counting Worksheet

Counting is a vital math skill, helping kids with addition and improving their speed when solving math problems. Let them practice with this fun sidewalk counting worksheet: have them take a walk and fill in the next number in the sequence as they count.
Sidewalk Counting Worksheet
Worksheet

## What Is a Stalemate? Worksheet

Chess is an ideal way to develop logic, strategizing, problem-solving and more! Even kids can learn it. With this worksheet, children can learn about draws and stalemates. Sample boards will help them decide which team, black or white, is at a stalemate.
What Is a Stalemate? Worksheet
Worksheet

## Find Stalemate! Worksheet

Teach your kids Chess and give them more than a hobby - equip them with critical thinking, rationale and problem-solving skills! This free worksheet helps them understand stalemates by examining various sample boards. By providing visual discernment and the joy of the game, your child's logical skills will soar!
Find Stalemate! Worksheet
Worksheet

Learning Skills