Kindergarten Math Worksheets

Kindergarten math worksheets should be fun and creative.  They should encourage your kindergartner to explore a subject further.

This is what I offer you here.  Fun math worksheets, that are high interest.

I have based my worksheets on the Washington State Standards for Kindergarten math.  In kindergarten, the emphasis in geometry, is on shape recognition of 2-dimensional and some 3-dimensional shapes. The 'sorting' skill is developed using the classification of attributes to determine shapes that 'are the same' and 'different'. And finally an objects location - inside, outside, above, bellow etc.  

This last skill is something we take for granted, however the fine tuning of spacial skills now will only increase your child's geometry skills for later grades.

I hope you enjoy this section of our site.   Don't forget that some great fun can be had, even at this young age through hands on projects.  You can find some examples of these in our geometry project section


Square, Circle, Triangle and Rectangle

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Cylinder, Sphere, Prism, Cone

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Real Life Connection

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3 x 3 Grid

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Don't forget to check out all the other printable worksheets available. You can choose to browse by grade level or by sub area of geometry. 

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I am sure you will find all the information and worksheets you need here, however if there is anything you cannot find please don't hesitate to contact me or simply visit the MathMomentumCommunity and join the conversation!

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