# Grade -PreK - TK

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Help students practice number recognition and writing up to 30 with this fun free kindergarten math worksheet. Students will write all the missing numbers on the number trains. This is a fun way to practice numbers to 30. Great for preschool as well.

Grade - Kindergarten## Free Kindergarten Math Worksheet – Numbers

Free Primary Lined Writing Paper with Drawing Art Box – Free Printable Worksheet – Free Worksheet.

Draw a picture and write about it using this free writing template for primary grades. There are so many uses for this writing page from creating a story with illustrations to making a science observation journal. This is a practice writing and fun art activity.

Free Summer Cut Paste Math Worksheets – Numbers 1 to 5 – Pre-K Worksheet

Practice counting and writing numbers from 1 to 5 with this fun free worksheet. Kindergarten or Preschool students count the scoops on each ice cream cone, then cut and paste the correct numbers. After writing the numbers, they can color all the pictures.

Grade - Kindergarten## Free Pre-K Cut and Paste Worksheets – Numbers 1 to 5

Free Apple Numbers Cut Paste Math Worksheet for Kindergarten. Practice counting and writing numbers from 1 to 5 with this fun free worksheet. Kids count the apples in each stack, then cut and paste the correct numbers. After writing the numbers, they can color all the pictures.

Fine Motor Skills## Free Apple Numbers Cut Paste Math Worksheets – Numbers 1 to 5

Free Christmas Numbers Math Worksheets for Kindergarten – How many? – Free Math Worksheet – Free Printable Worksheet

Count the images in the picture and write the number in the spaces below. Color the picture as well. Practice counting and writing numbers from 1 to 9 with this fun free math worksheet. Kids count the pictures and write the number. It is also fun and helpful to use objects for counting. Great practice for Kindergarten, TK or Preschool students.

Grade - Kindergarten## Free Christmas Numbers Math Worksheets for Kindergarten – How many?

Free Sight Word Worksheet – (the) – Free Kindergarten Worksheet – Free Printable Worksheet

Practice reading and writing high frequency words with this free printable worksheet. Students will practice finding and recognizing the sight word, write it, trace it, read it, and cut and paste the letters to make it. Free sight words worksheet/ ELA.

Grade - Kindergarten## Free Sight Word Worksheet – (the)

Practice counting and writing numbers from 6 to 10 with this fun free worksheet. Kids count the scoops on each ice cream cone, then cut and paste OR write the correct numbers. After writing the numbers, they can color all the pictures.

Fine Motor Skills## Free Kindergarten Cut Paste Math Worksheets – Numbers 6 to 10

Practice counting and writing numbers from 1 to 5 with this fun free worksheet. Kids count the pictures in each box and write the number. After writing the numbers, they can color all the pictures.

Grade - Kindergarten## Free Spring Math – Number Counting Worksheet 1 to 5

Extra practice for students who are beginning to learn subtraction and need pictures or objects to help understand subtraction math concepts. Students use the pictures to help solve the subtraction problems. Draw an X on each picture that is subtracted.

Grade - Kindergarten## Free Kindergarten Subtraction Worksheet – Under The Sea

This is good practice for beginning readers who have already mastered the letter sounds, and can hear individual beginning, medial, and ending sounds.

Grade - 1st## Free Kindergarten CVC Worksheet

Free Winter Math Patterns – Cut and Paste – Printable and Free Worksheet – Free Pre-K Worksheet

Color, cut, and paste to complete the objects pattern. Great for TK, preschool, and Kindergarten. This free printable worksheet provides great practice. It also helps strengthen the fine motor skills necessary to use scissors. Enjoy! Great for Pre-k and Kindergarten students.

Fine Motor Skills## Free Winter Math Patterns – Cut and Paste

Free Kindergarten Graphing Worksheet – Under the Sea – Counting Numbers 1 – 10 worksheet

Count, Color, and Graph! This free printable worksheet provides great practice counting numbers from 1 to 10. It also helps strengthen the fine motor skills necessary to color neatly. Most importantly, it is a fun way to do math. Great activity for Pre-k, TK or Kindergarten students.

Grade - Kindergarten## Free Kindergarten Graphing Worksheet – Under the Sea

Free Christmas Letter Matching Worksheet – A to H – Free Kindergarten and Printable Alphabet Matching – Letter Matching Practice

Draw a line to match the Uppercase and Lowercase letters. Color the matching letters the same color. Practice the recognizing the upper and lowercase letters by matching the letters from A through H. This is a fun winter activity for preschool and kindergarten students.

Free Kindergarten Numbers Worksheet – Color and Count the Pictures on a Turkey Farm and write the numbers. Practice counting and writing numbers from 3 to 8 with this fun free Kindergarten math worksheet. Kids color the pictures and count them, then write the correct numbers below.

Holidays - Thanksgiving## Kindergarten Numbers Worksheet – A Turkey Farm

Practice counting and writing numbers from 1 to 10 with this fun free worksheet. Students look at the numbers inside the row of apples and write the missing numbers. Once finished, as an extension activity, the students can color a pattern using each row of apples. Use this math worksheet in the fall during apple harvesting time.

Grade - Kindergarten## Free Apple Numbers Math Worksheets – Numbers 1 to 10

Free Beginning Sounds Worksheet – Letter M

Practice the beginning sound for the letter /m/ with this free printable worksheet. Students will practice writing the uppercase and lowercase letter. Next, they should color all the pictures that begin with the letter sound.

Learning letter sounds and recognizing the beginning sounds in words is an important part of learning to read. Once students also learn the ending sound and middle sounds of simple 3 letter CVC words, they can begin to blend the sounds together and learn to read. Additionally, they can begin to sound out and spell simple words phonetically.

It’s important to combine this phonetic reading with memorizing sight words such as “the, can, see, I” etc.

Grade - Kindergarten## Free Beginning Sounds Worksheet – Letter M