Hello friends! Today, we’ve come up with something different and more educational for you Kindergarten math worksheets. We, at ScribbleFun, know how difficult it is to make the young kids do the math. But our collection of math worksheets for kindergarten students will definitely change their perception towards math. So without wasting any more time, check out our collection of free printable kindergarten math worksheets below.
30 Printable Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Valentine’s Day Kindergarten Addition And Subtraction Worksheet:
If you are looking for an educational Valentine’s Day activity to do with your kindergarten child, this one is perfect for you. It features cute Valentine’s Day elements, which your child has to count and write on the blank on its side.

Addition Kindergarten Worksheet:
The kids in this worksheet are carrying boards with math problems. You need to instruct your child to add the numbers and write on the board. They can even color the little kids featured in the worksheet after solving the problem.

Simple Addition Kindergarten Math Worksheet:
Here’s a simple addition kindergarten math worksheet where you need to instruct your child to add the numbers written on the caterpillars’ bodies. After solving the math, kids can color the caterpillar in any shade they like.

Addition Practice For Kindergarten Students:
This is one of our favorite Kindergarten math worksheets because of the way it presents the problems. Children have to write their answers below each sum. And there are cute animal motifs too.

Classifying Shapes Kindergarten Coloring Page/Worksheet:
This is a fun kindergarten math worksheet where children need to color the circles red, squares yellow, triangles purple, stars orange, oval black, rectangles blue and diamond green. This activity sheet will help your child learn shapes in the most fun way.

Count And Compare Kindergarten Math Worksheet:
In this worksheet, children need to find the number of rhino, elephants, giraffes, and lions. Then they have to compare which animal is found most in the picture. There are a couple of other activities to be done in this worksheet too!

Counting Kindergarten Math Worksheet:
In this worksheet, you need to instruct your children to circle the picture in each row that is one more than the below on the second column. You can even ask your child to name the creatures featured in this worksheet.

Counting Math Worksheet For Kindergarten Students:
In this worksheet, you need to ask your child to count the number of boys and then color the correct number below. After coloring the number, they can color the little boys featured in the picture too.

Counting Kindergarten Activity Sheet:
Here’s another simple math worksheet where children need to help Captain Salamander count the numbers of snails and fish in the pictures.

Dinosaur Kindergarten Math Worksheet:
In this worksheet, your child needs to count the number of kids this dinosaur has and then write the answer below. Like most of the worksheets mentioned above, kids can also color the dinosaur and the kids.

Find The Missing Number Kindergarten Math Worksheet:
This may look a bit similar to the third worksheet, but the steps required are different. Here, kids need to find the missing number on the caterpillar and then fill in the blank space with the answer.

Find The Missing Number:
Here’s another find the missing number for our kindergarten readers. Children have to write the correct answer on the blank board held by the cute owls. And tell them to write their name on the worksheet.

Domino Addition Sheet:
In this worksheet, children have to count the number of dots on each domino and then fill in the total in the blank spaces below. Please ensure that your child writes the numbers of dots on each domino. It will hone his or her writing skill in the process.

Counting Up To 10:
In this worksheet, there are three lines of colorful stars. Below each line, it’s mentioned the number of stars your child needs to count of a particular color. He can write the number beside each question.

Kindergarten Spring Math Worksheet:
This is such a beautiful kindergarten math worksheet, full of colors and lively creatures. Your child needs to count the elements and write the answer in the blank space on the side of each question. He can even write his name on the worksheet.

Match It Up Worksheet:
In this kindergarten worksheet, you need to ask your child to draw lines to connect the numbers and animals that go together. To make it a general knowledge test, you can ask your child to name the animals featured in the worksheet.

Kindergarten Subtraction Worksheet:
In this subtraction worksheet, you need to tell your kid to strike off the correct number of circles to find the answer. Just encourage them to count carefully and not hurry.

Match It Up:
Since kindergarten kids like Match It Up math worksheets so much, we decided to come up with another worksheet of the same. The method is same; they need to draw lines to connect animal with the numbers. The different animals will definitely cheer them up.

Match Words To Number Worksheet:
Sorry kids, there are no images here. You just have to draw a line that matches the numbers to its name. Easy, isn’t it?

Angry Birds Worksheet:
Parents of little “Angry Birds” lovers must definitely print out this adorable worksheet for their little munchkin. They need to count the birds on each column and then circle the correct answer.

Write The Missing Number:
Here’s another fairly simple kindergarten math worksheet, which requires children to write the missing number. We totally loved how the numbers are written in drops from the cloud. Cute, isn’t it?

One Less Worksheet:
In this worksheet, children have to write the number that is one less. It may seem a bit tricky to your child in first attempt, but he will get used to it once he solves the first few ones.

Olympics Worksheet:
In this worksheet, you have to ask your child to add the number of Olympics medals in both boxes in each column and write down the answer on the right side of the sheet.

Selective Counting Kindergarten Math Worksheet:
So kids, Bob has to take some chicks to his friend’s house and he needs some help from you. You have to color only chicks which have the number 3 written on it. Then, you need to count the chicks and give him the final answer by writing it below.

Simple Addition Math Worksheet:
This worksheet is so easy that even preschoolers can attempt to do it. Your child just needs to add up the numbers and write the answer in the circle.

Kindergarten Math Practice Worksheet:
Here’s a very simple worksheet where you have to ask your child to add up numbers of each sum and then write down the answer.

Skip Counting Kindergarten Math Worksheet:
In this worksheet, your child needs to cut and paste the numbers the table of 2s. If they are finding it difficult, they can use the flowers for some help. We totally don’t mind that.

Kindergarten Subtraction Worksheet:
Here’s a simple, kindergarten math worksheet for your kiddo. It would be difficult for him to do all the sums at once. So give him to solve one row at a time.

Winter Math Worksheet:
Practice subtraction with your child with this winter math worksheet. It’s very simple and can be solved even by preschoolers.

Superhero Math Worksheet:
Nothing can excite your child to study more than superheroes. So here’s one that can motivate him or her to do math. Your child has to count the superhero images in each group and write the number on the line below. Then he has to add up members of both the groups and write the answer.
We hope these kindergarten math worksheets help the little learner in your house. You are free to download and print out as many of the kindergarten math worksheets as you want. You can even download these sheets for your students. If you have any query, let us know in the comment section below.