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Kindergarten Matching Worksheets

These practice worksheets help you teach your students how to match numbers, patterns, shapes, and objects.
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  • Complete the Sequence (1-20)

    Count and write the numbers 15 and 16. In this math worksheet, students count the fruit and circle the correct numbers.

  • Sorting the Fish by Patterns

    In this sorting worksheet, students match the patterns on the backs of the fish to the pattern on fishermen's hats.

  • Match the Animals

    Introduce the concept of "the same" with this matching worksheet. Students draw a line between the two animals that are the same, then draw and color two more animals that are the same.

  • Match the Shoes

    Have your students connect the two shoes that are the same to make pairs.

  • 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.

  • Match the Monsters

    Introduce the concept of "the same" in this math worksheet. Students draw a line between the two monsters that are the same.

  • Sorting the Fish by Numbers

    Children match the fish—which are printed with numbers—to the corresponding fisherman. Use this math worksheet to give students practice sorting and matching.

  • Sorting the Snails

    Students sort the snails by the patterns on their shells, in this worksheet. They match and count each type of snail pictured.

  • Same/Different Flowers

    Children determine which flower in the row is different from the others. Then, they draw a flower that is the same.

  • 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 number "three" and then circle the pictures that have three objects.

  • Write the Word "Four"

    Students can practice writing the number "four", then match the number 4 to the set of sheep in the picture.

  • 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.

  • Write the Word "Six"

    Teach your students how to write the number "six", and then draw the matching picture with six tarts.

  • Write the Word "Nine"

    Students learn how to write the number "nine", and then find out which constellation has nine stars.

  • Write the Word "Ten"

    Teach your students how to write the number "ten", and count the bottles on the shelf and circle the number below.

  • Write the Numbers 17 & 18

    Count and write the numbers 17 and 18. In this math worksheet, students count the birds and match them to the corresponding numbers.

  • 1 More Than

    Test students' understanding of "more than," with this math worksheet. Students match two sets of circles and check which set contains "1 more than" the other set. In the second part of the printable, they count objects and add one more.

  • 2 More Than

    After comparing two sets of pictures, students choose the set that has "2 more than" the other set, and check the corresponding box. The second part of the math worksheet asks children to count the pictures, add 2 more, then find the total number.

  • 3 More Than

    Challenge your students to choose the set that has "3 more than" the other set, and check the corresponding box. Then ask children to count the candy, add 3 more, then find the total number.

  • 4 More Than

    After comparing two sets of buttons, students choose the set that has "4 more than" the other set, and check the corresponding box. The second part of the math worksheet asks children to count the bows, add 4 more, then find the total number.

  • 5 More Than

    Students choose the set that has "5 more than" the other set. The second part of the math worksheet asks children to count the buckets, add 5 more, then find the total number.

  • Write the Word "Seven"

    Give your students practice writing the number "seven" and circle the pots with seven flowers.

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