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Math for Kindergarten

Math items for kindergarten. Includes math games, printables, resources, math centers, math lessons and anything to make math fun and interesting for kindergarten. Enjoy! Contributors - Please pin at least 1 FREE idea or resource for every paid item. (At this time, we are not adding new collaborators to this board.)


Math for Kindergarten

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Father's Day Thematic Centers and Worksheets ***Common Core Aligned*** My father's Day Packet contains: Reading Center Book List Art Center Project Writing Center Activity Computer Center Websites Friday Activity AND 9 worksheets

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This is a roam the room number sense activity incorporating domino patterns, counting, writing numerals, writing number words, and representing a given quantity with tally marks and on ten frames in an engaging format. $ K-1

FREE Domino Sorting Mats

Equations and Playful Puppies: True or False is a fun lesson designed to encourage student understanding of the meaning of the equal sign, and if equations are true or false and other CCSS objectives. This lesson of 54 pages includes optional directions to the teacher, four assessment worksheets, keys, and student assessment checklist.Note: Lesson activities can be completed as a whole group or small group with the instructor using a SmartBoard, white board and adobe reader, projector or docum...

This fun themed matching games has your students matching the numeral and the word to the number of characters. They count, identify the correct numeral, and read the word as well. All great practice while they're having fun. Two suggested activities are included.

Free Printable Colour By Numbers Activity For Kids

Here are 82 print and ready-to-go subtraction worksheets in more than ten formats covering subtraction within 10.

A Big Bundle of Addition Worksheets and Strategy Posters Here are print and ready-to-go addition worksheets in more than ten formats covering addition to 10.

Perfect for those last hectic days of school before summer vacation. This pack is filled with a variety of math and literacy printables all with a summer theme.

FREE - Addition Task Cards - Here are 6 FREE math sampler task cards for students to practice addition by completing the math fact problems with the number 10, doubles and blocks.

Transportation Non Prep Packet - With these transportation themed worksheets, your students will work on counting, addition, subtraction, greater than/less than, time, money, sequencing, patterns, place value and skip counting. Answer keys are also included.

This fun themed matching game has your students matching the numeral and the word to the number of Halloween images. They count, identify the correct numeral, and read the word as well. All great practice while they're having fun. Two suggested activities are included.

Math: Strong counting skills will help students progress to a strong math foundation when they start school. This in turn benefits them as they advance through the grades. This packet, Counting Skills Worksheets, consists of 19 pages and provides various worksheets to help students develop these skills. Some have the student drawing lines to the right answer, circling the right answer on others and cut and paste on some.

FREE SAMPLER- Sorting can be fun. Sorting helps students learn the concepts of big and small, short and tall and other opposites. Sorting helps develop skills that will help them later in math, like problem solving. With this Big, Small, Short, Tall Sampler you will receive three (3) worksheets from my Big, Small, Short, Tall and More Back To School Fun packet. The <strong>full version</strong> consists of 19 worksheets that will help them learn sorting skills in a fun way.

***FREE*** SUMMER Trace and Count - Here are three Summer-themed tracing and counting pages for early learners. Count the sets, recognize and trace the numbers, add extra details (crabs, a cherry for each ice cream?) and color if desired.

Paula's Preschool and Kindergarten

Getting To Know You Graphs: 11 graphs to complete as a whole class. Each graph is offered two ways: as headers to place in a pocket chart (students place their name in the correct column), and as a projectable graph with follow up questions. $3 TpT

Favorite Veggies Rainbow Graph- First taste vegetables, then graph (snack bar one day?)

Vivien from #csermooc suggested this list of books! "Illustrating a connection between handing data everyday activities can be introduced early through storytelling. There are so many children's books that deal with quantities, patterns processes that can be used to support activities focusing on data .... Here is a collection of picture books that are just right for this purpose".

Thinking about becoming a math interventionist? Here are some of the things you can expect from this role.