
KKindergarten Worksheets

Counting

K.1Count Forward

K.2Counting Forward and Backward

K.3Count Groups of Ten to 30, 50, 100

K.4Count Objects Up to 100

K.5Count Using Grouped Objects Up to 100

K.6Count Using Multiple Choice Objects Up to 100

K.8Skip Counting by 10

K.11Count Objects

K.12Count Using Multiple Choice Objects

K.15Count Objects

K.16Count Objects

K.17Count Objects Using Multiple Choice

K.18Count Up and Down with Objects

K.19Count Up and Down with Objects Up to 5, 20

K.20Count Up and Down with Objects up to 10

K.21Count Up with Numbers

K.23Sequences Count Up and Down

K.24Count Objects Using Multiple Choice

K.25How Many More to Make 10?

K.28Fewer and More  Comparing

K.29Fewer, Equal and More

K.31Fewer and More  Comparing Groups of Mixed Objects

K.73Counting with Charts

K.74Interpreting Graphs

 Number Properties

Addition

K.3Count Groups of Ten to 30, 50, 100

K.34Addition with Pictures Up to 5

K.35Addition with Pictures

K.36Choose Addition Pictures

K.37Choose Addition Pictures Up to 5

K.38Addition with Pictures Up to 5, 10

K.39Choose Addition Pictures Up to 10

K.40Addition with Pictures Up to 10, 20

K.41Choose Addition Pictures Up to 10


Number Patterns

K.23Sequences Count Up and Down

K.50Mixed Patterns

 Subtraction

Comparison

K.49Classify by Color

K.54Compare Sides and Corners

K.56Compare Sides and Corners

K.60Positions  Inside and Outside

K.61Positions  Left, Middle, Right

K.63Positions  3x3 Grid

K.64Positions  Above, Below

K.65Long and Short

K.66Tall and Short

K.67Light and Heavy

K.68Holds More or Less

K.69Compare Size, Weight and Capacity

K.70Venn Diagrams

K.73Counting with Charts

K.74Interpreting Graphs


Geometry

K.51Identify Simple Planar and Solid Shapes

K.52Identify Shapes I

K.53Identify Shapes II

K.54Compare Sides and Corners

K.55Count Sides and Corners

K.56Compare Sides and Corners

K.57Count Sides and Corners

K.58Relate Planar and Solid Figures

K.59Geometry of Everyday Objects

K.60Positions  Inside and Outside

K.61Positions  Left, Middle, Right

K.62Positions  Top, Middle, Bottom

K.63Positions  3x3 Grid

K.64Positions  Above, Below

 Positions

Graphing

K.63Positions  3x3 Grid

K.70Venn Diagrams

K.74Interpreting Graphs


Measurement

K.65Long and Short

K.66Tall and Short

K.67Light and Heavy

K.68Holds More or Less

K.69Compare Size, Weight and Capacity

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