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Free Kindergarten Math Worksheet for Addition – Adding to 5 – Free Printable Worksheet
Review and practice by finishing each equation. Students write the number on the space to complete each number sentence. This provides great extra practice for kids. If they need help, allow students to use math manipulative such as counting bears or dry beans to count. Provide up to 5 counters for students to separate into two groups representing the addition sentence. Great for TK, preschool, and Kindergarten.
Free Kindergarten Cut and Paste Counting Hearts Math Worksheets – Numbers 1 to 6
Practice counting, cut and paste numbers from 1 to 6 with this fun free worksheet. Kids count the candies on each box, then cut and paste OR write the correct numbers. After counting the numbers and cut and paste, they can color all the pictures. It can use during Valentine’s Day week for pre-k and kindergarten. For digital use on Learning Management Systems (LMS) like SeeSaw, students can use the pen tool to write the number inside each box.
Free Winter Alphabet Matching Worksheets Letters A to M – Free Kindergarten and Printable Alphabet Matching – Letter Matching Practice
Practice the recognizing the upper and lowercase letters by matching the letters from N through Z. This is a fun winter activity for preschool and kindergarten students.
Free Gingerbread Man Patterns – Cut and Paste Worksheet – Free printable pdf download.
Cut and paste the pictures to complete the patterns. Color the pictures in each row to make the correct patterns. This free math worksheet is great for preschool and kindergarten.
Math Worksheet for kindergarten and preschool students to practice recognizing patterns. Understanding patterns is an important building block in math. In this activity, students cut and paste pictures to complete each pattern. When finished, students can color the pictures.
Free Beginning Sounds Worksheet – Short U – Kindergarten Phonics
Practice the beginning sound for the short /u/ 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. Great practice for pre-k or kindergarten students.
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.
Free Beginning Sound Worksheet /y/ sound – Free Pre-K or kindergarten Worksheet and Printable
Kids will practice in this free worksheet beginning sound by coloring the pictures with their beginning sounds by using markers or crayons of any color. It’s easy to download this PDF file and ready to print out.
Math Worksheet for kindergarten and preschool students to practice recognizing patterns. Understanding patterns is an important building block in math and often taught beginning in preschool. In this activity, students cut and paste pictures to complete each pattern.
Free Winter Math Patterns Worksheet – Gingerbread Man Patterns (Click here)
Free Number Matching Worksheet – 1 to 5 – Free Kindergarten Math Worksheet – Free Printable Worksheet
Draw a line to match the ten frames with the numbers, 1 to 5. Count the circle and draw a line to match the ten frames with the numbers, 1 to 5. This Math Worksheet for Kindergarten provides great extra practice for students who are beginning to learn counting skills.
Free Kinder Math – Counting Worksheets – Numbers To 9 – Bee Counting
Practice counting and writing numbers from 1 to 9 with this fun free math worksheet. Kids count the pictures in each box and write the number. It is also fun and helpful to use real objects for counting. Try to provide counting practice with real pennies.
Free Alphabet Dot Marker Worksheets – Letters I to N – Free Worksheet for Kindergarten or Preschool – Printable
Practice the recognizing the letters from I through N with these fun dot marker activities. Students color each uppercase and lowercase letter by “dabbing the dots” inside the letters using dot markers (also known as Bingo daubers). This type of marker is easily found for sale online.