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# A Collection of Free Math Worksheets for Kindergarteners

Sept. 7, 2022

Kids Academy has a lot of educational materials to offer. In this article, we’ll provide you with a selection of math worksheets for the kindergarten level that you can download or complete online free of charge.

Matching and Sorting

Math in kindergarten is usually introduced with matching and sorting activities as they lay the foundation for logical and analytical thinking. Below you’ll find activities on matching exactly the same, matching by color and by function; students can also practice sorting objects in two or three groups and counting the sorted items. Click on the worksheets to download them in PDF or complete them online.

Free Matching and Sorting Worksheets pack ZIP (3.8 Mb)

Number Sense and Counting

Another set of foundational skills kids are supposed to master in kindergarten includes counting up to 100 by ones and tens, writing numbers up to 20 and easily matching numbers with quantities. We’ve created a lot of kindergarten math worksheets to help young learners hone these abilities, and we’ve made sure that they are not only instructional but also attractive and fun.

Free Number Sense and Counting Worksheets pack ZIP (2.8 Mb)

Geometry

Geometry studies in grade K are focused on understanding and identifying relative positions of objects in space, as well as naming, drawing and comparing shapes. With the free printable math worksheets below, students will explore the concepts of ‘over’ and ‘under’, learn to draw a circle and a square, and also identify triangles independent of their size and orientation.

Free Geometry Worksheets pack ZIP (2.1 Mb)

Once a child’s number sense has matured, they are ready to perform simple addition and subtraction operations within 10 with help of drawings, blocks and other objects including their fingers. Use the worksheets below to practice number sentences and solve simple word problems involving addition or subtraction.

Free Addition and Subtraction Worksheets pack ZIP (1.5 Mb)

Measurements

Most kindergarteners are not ready yet to measure length or volume in numbers. The first step they have to make in their study of measurements is to get familiar with the concepts of light and heavy, tall and short, big and small, full and empty etc. as well as to learn how to differentiate and compare objects based on those properties. The following worksheets will provide you with good examples to explain and practice measurements in kindergarten.