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Kindergarten Counting Worksheets

These worksheets will give your students practice at counting, adding and subtracting numbers. This will also teach your students how to write the numbers and the words.

  • 1 Fewer Than (1-5)

    Students compare two sets of pictures, then choose the set that has "1 fewer than" the other set.

  • 2 Fewer Than (0-10)

    Have your students count the sea creatures, then choose the set that has "2 fewer than" the other set.

  • 3 Fewer Than (0-10)

    In this exercise, students count the apples on the tree, then draw a tree with three fewer apples. After subtracting three more, they draw a second set of apples.

  • 4 Fewer Than (0-10)

    Test your students counting skills by having them review a set of pictures then choose the set that has "4 fewer than" the other set.

  • 5 Fewer Than (0-10)

    Students count and compare two sets of birthday treats, then choose the set that has "5 fewer than" the other set.

  • Above, On, and Below II

    Introduce positional language with this worksheet. Students count the objects that are above, on, and below the others in the picture.

  • Add 1 More

    Test students' understanding of "more than," with this math worksheet. Students count objects, draw 1 more, then write the numbers that represent 1 more. In the second part of the printable, they add 1 more to each number.

  • Add 2 More

    In this math worksheet, children count the number of flowers, draw 2 more, and then find the total. Students are then asked to complete basic addition problems by adding 2 to other small numbers.

  • Add 3 More

    Students can practice counting with this worksheet by counting the tea cups, adding three, and then finding the total.

  • Add 4 More

    In this worksheet have your students count the group of balls then add 4 and count the total.

  • Add 5 More

    Have your students count the amount of buckets then add five more, then find the total amount of buckets in each group.

  • Adding to Sets of Shapes

    In this exercise, students add more objects to each of the sets of shapes. Then, they draw their own set of shapes following the directions given.

  • Addition Symbols: + and =

    Teach your students how to use the addition sign (+) and equals sign (=). Then, they complete basic addition problems to practice using the new symbols.

  • Count How Many Numbers (0-10)

    To demonstrate basic addition skills, students add numbers between 1 and 5 to complete the problems. This worksheet does not provide pictures as a guide, though students could draw their own images if they need help completing the problems.

  • Count How Many Objects (0-10)

    To show basic counting and addition skills, students count the number of circles pictured in this worksheet. Knowledge of the numbers 1 through 10 is necessary to complete this math activity.

  • Different Numbers of Spots

    Students count the spots on the lady bug, then choose which of the other lady bugs has a different number of spots.

  • Draw and Count the Circles

    Teach your children how to draw and count circles in this worksheet.

  • Draw and Count the Rectangles

    Rectangles are the focus of this math worksheet. Students draw and count rectangles to demonstrate shape recognition.

  • Draw and Count the Squares

    Students draw and count squares to demonstrate shape recognition.

  • Draw and Count the Triangles

    Teach your students how to draw a triangle.

  • Fewer Than (1-20)

    Test students' knowledge of the concept of "fewer than," with this math worksheet. Children compare two pictures and choose the picture that shows fewer apples, cup cakes, and spots.

  • Finish the Castle Picture

    Reinforce children's understanding of positional language in this exercise. Students complete the castle picture by following directions to draw objects "above" and "between." Then, they count the shapes in the picture.

  • How Many Are Left? (0-10)

    Students cross out a given number of circles in each problem, then count the amount that remain. Numbers 1 through 10 are used in this math worksheet.

  • Match the Shapes II

    Practice recognizing shapes that are "the same" in this matching worksheet. Children color the big triangles red and the small circle blue. Then they count the number of triangles and circles they colored.

  • Matching Objects with Numbers 1-5

    Children practice counting 1 through 5 and match each number to its spelled-out form, in this math worksheet.

  • Sorting Sets of Food

    Students try sorting the sets in this sorting worksheet. They draw a line from the first set of apples to the rest of the apples, then repeat the exercise with bananas, ice cream cones, and candy. Then the count how many are in each set.

  • Sorting the Animals I

    Children count the number of legs each animal has, then draw a line from that animal to the corresponding number on the boat.

  • Sorting the Animals II

    Practice counting and sorting with this math worksheet. Students circle the animals with the number of legs specified in the box.

  • Sorting the Trees

    After counting the number of apples on each tree, students sort the trees by how many apples they have. Then they draw more trees according to the directions given.

  • Subtraction Symbols: - and =

    In this math worksheet, students learn about the subtraction sign (–) and equals sign (=). Then, they complete basic subtraction problems to practice using the new symbols.

  • Take 1 Away (1-5)

    Children look at the pictures of animals and "take 1 away" by crossing one out. Then they note how many animals are left.

  • Take 2 Away (0-10)

    Students can practice their subtraction and counting skills by counting the sea creatures, taking away two, and counting the total.

  • Take 3 Away (0-10)

    After counting the number of flowers in the garden, children subtract three by crossing them out, then count the difference.

  • Take 4 Away (0-10)

    Help your students practice counting by crossing off four animals and then count the total.

  • Take 5 Away (0-10)

    Children look at the pictures of birthday treats and "take 5 away" by crossing them out. Then they note how many objects are left.

  • Take Away 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5

    To demonstrate basic subtraction skills, students subtract between 1 and 5 from numbers up to 10. This worksheet does not provide pictures as a guide, though students could draw their own images if they need help completing the problems.

  • Write the Number 1

    Teach your students how to count, write, and say the number 1. Children count how many girls, bowls, and spiders there are in the picture featuring Little Miss Muffet. Then, they copy the pattern.

  • Write the Number 2

    Count, write, and say the number 2. Students count the animals pictured, then practicing writing the number.

  • Write the Number 3

    Count, write, and say the number 2. Students count the animals pictured, then practicing writing the number.

  • Write the Number 4

    Help your students learn how to count, write, and say the number 4. Count how many sheep are in the picture, then copy the pattern to show an understanding of the number.

  • Write the Number 5

    Students count the number of the fish in the picture to demonstrate knowledge that they know how to count, write and say the number 5.

  • Write the Number 6

    Students count the number of the tarts shown to the queen. This will show that your students understand how to write,say and count to the number 6.

  • Write the Number 7

    Have your students count the amount of flowers in each bed. This will show that they know how to count write and say the number 7.

  • Write the Number 8

    Students count the children in the houses, then they copy patterns that show the number 8.

  • Write the Number 9

    Children count all the stars in the sky, then copy the pattern to demonstrate mastery of the number 9.

  • Write the Number 10

    Have your students count the milk bottles on the wall, then copy the patterns to show 10 spots on each domino.

  • Write the Number 10

    Practice writing and counting the numbers 1 through 5, in this math worksheet.

  • Write the Number 10

    Review the numbers 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 in this matching and counting worksheet. Students show recognition of both the numerical and spelled versions of the numbers.

  • Write the Numbers 11 & 12

    Count, write, and draw the numbers 11 and 12. In this math worksheet, students count the balloons and cupcakes, then draw their own.

  • Write the Numbers 13 & 14

    In this math worksheet, students count the candy, then draw their own to count to 13 & 14.

  • Write the Numbers 15 & 16

    Have your students count the pieces of fruit on each line and circle the amount on each line.

  • Write the Numbers 17 & 18

    Count the amount of birds on each line that then match them to the correct number.

  • Write the Numbers 19 & 20

    Students count the insects on the leaves and flowers and then write the number in the box below.

  • Write the Word "One"

    Write the number word "one" and use the numeral in this math worksheet.

  • Write the Word "Two"

    Children practice writing the spelled-out number two , then draw pictures to represent the number.

  • Write the Word "Three"

    Teach your students how to write the word "three" and use it in the worksheet.

  • Write the Word "Four"

    Teach your students how to write the word "four." Then match the number 4 to the set of sheep in the picture.

  • Write the Word "Five"

    Have your students practice writing the spelled-out number"five." Then count how many fish have five spots, and draw five fish.

  • Write the Word "Six"

    In this activity your students will practice writing the word "six" while matching the number 6 to the set of tarts in the picture.

  • Write the Word "Seven"

    After counting flowers in the window boxes, students determine how many sets have seven flowers.

  • Write the Word "Eight"

    Practice writing the word "eight" while counting the steps in the house, then complete the clock face with the number 8.

  • Write the Word "Nine"

    Students will draw the stars in the sky, then figure out which constellation has nine stars.

  • Write the Word "Ten"

    Teach your students how to write the word "ten" and then draw ten bottles on a wall, then count the rest of the bottles to practice using all the numbers.

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