# Kindergarten Worksheets

## Hundreds Chart

Every hundreds chart you could imagine! If you're teaching basic counting, number sense, rounding or the basics of arithmetic, you can use these a number chart like these to speed up building math skills.

#### Hundreds Chart

## Addition Worksheets

This is the main page for the addition worksheets. Follow the links for Spaceship Math Addition worksheets, multiple digit addition worksheets, no-carrying addition worksheets and other addition topics. These addition worksheets are free for personal or classroom use.

#### Addition Worksheets

## Printable Flash Cards

This page contains free printable flash cards for each math operation. Print the "worksheet" on the front, then turn the page over and print the "answer key" version on the back. Some sets have duplicate facts for the more difficult problems near the end so that the sets end up on a multiple of pages. Those cards are clearly marked as duplicates... use them for extra practice on the harder problems, or put them aside if you want a set with only one flash card for each math fact.

#### Printable Flash Cards

## Spaceship Math Check-Off

Spaceship check-off pages (complete with the Spaceship ship!) for tracking progress on the Spaceship Math series for each of the four basic operations.

#### Spaceship Math Check-Off

## Preschool and Kindergarten

Really basic math worksheets for little ones just starting out. Problems are all five finger or ten finger exercises.

#### Preschool and Kindergarten

## Picture Math Addition

Introductory worksheets using pictures and grouping to build a conceptual understanding of multiplication. Kindergarten and first grade.

#### Picture Math Addition

## Picture Math Subtraction

Introductory worksheets using pictures and grouping to build a conceptual understanding of multiplication. Kindergarten and first grade.

#### Picture Math Subtraction

## Handwriting Paper

Blank hand writing paper

#### Handwriting Paper

## Kindergarten Worksheets for Math

It's never too early to introduce math practice to young students, and kindergartens and preschoolers are special because they often have a whole different attitide towards learning. They are ready to learn math, and nobody has told them yet that math is 'too hard' or 'boring' or any of the other math myths that stifle's student enthusiasm for all things mathematical. These kindergarten math worksheets are perfect practice. Each math worksheet is suited to kindergarten learners and provides aready transition to more advanced worksheets in higher grades. The basic five-finger addition worksheets are perfect for kindergarten math students who can add digits on one hand. There are plenty of other resources including handwriting paper and printable graph paper that you can use in other kindergarten activities in the classroom or at home. It can be tough to find free math worksheets for kindergarten, but hopefully these get your young learners a good start on the exploration of math!