Math for Kindergarten

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All kinds of skills rolled into these pages. Great for Beginning of Year assessment. $

Counting Sheep Kindergarten Counting Centers are a fun and engaging way to teach students counting, missing numbers, skip counting, and more!

Practicing Place Value

Plus 1 Minus 1 is an easy math game that reinforces the concepts of adding 1 to a number and subtracting 1 from a number.

Make a math game out of craft sticks. | 19 Inexpensive DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

Ready for SECOND GRADE! Back to school morning work that is fun, engaging, rigorous and hands-on

Pete the Cat centers- just because I am showing you does NOT mean you can sing the song!!!! :-)

Looking for some activities to keep the kiddos counting?Try my busy kids themed Skip Counting and Counting by 1s Puzzles. There are 24 Counting Puzzles with numbers ranging from 1-120. Counting is done by 1s, 10s, 5s, and 2s. Different levels are included to allow for differentiation in your classroom.

Simple Addition Activities using Beads - Find engaging hands-on activities for learning each Sunday night on An Everyday Story

Morning Work Activities • Trace the letter of the alphabet • Great resource for introducing new letters/sounds, and alphabet review. • Math activities included on each page!


A charming collection of 11 worksheets to practice beginning math skills. This package includes:3 pages counting to 102 pages adding the starfish together2 pages taking away the crabs One Cut and PasteOne Count and ColorAddresses CCSSLinda McCormick

A charming collection of 11 worksheets to practice beginning math skills. This package includes: 3 pages counting to 10 2 pages adding the starfish together 2 pages taking away the crabs One Cut and Paste One Count and Color Addresses CCSS Linda McCormick


Freebie! Simple Addition and Subtraction Task Cards

Students will practice counting seasonal objects to represent the numbers 1-10 and 11-20. Easily differentiate for your students with 6 no-prep sheets for each theme, 3 for the numbers 1-10, and 3 for the numbers 11-20. You can use one sheet for guided instruction, another sheet for independent practice, and the final sheet as an assessment.

Using My School Supplies is a packet of activities that can be used at any time, but can be especially helpful at the beginning of the school year. $

I Spy Numbers 1-10: This set includes practice sheets for young children learning about numbers from 1-10. They're perfect for guided practice, homework, or informal assessments. ($)

This Pirate Bundle is a treasure trove of early learning! Your students will have fun while reading, counting coins, working with numbers to 100 and making patterns with these four activities. Use them as centers, with small groups, or even for 1-1 tutoring. TpT $

Free Pirate Measurement Centers for K and 1

FREE!!! This Complete Set of Calendar SECRETS™ are the perfect calendar companion for classrooms using the SECRET STORIES® header cards for the days of the week, months of the year, and all four seasons are included, with SECRET STORIES® phonics patterns highlighted in the text!

Shape match in the pumpkin patch! This matching game can be used in many different ways according to your students’ skill levels! It can be a small group preschool activity or a math center activity. You can have your students match individual shapes to the shapes in the pumpkin patch sheet, or you can print out multiple copies of all the pumpkin shapes and have them sort them onto the sorting sheets! Color and black and white versions are both included!

This freebie is a parent letter and handout with pictures for families to use when working with their children on correctly name shapes regardless of their orientations or overall size. This handout is especially helpful to parents of English Learners. Both the letter and picture handout point out that children must name the shapes regardless of the orientation which can be a struggle for some. Annie Jewell.

Kindergarten math homework for the entire year!