Kindergarten Math Worksheets made Cool
Let’s bust the myth that all Kindergarten Math Worksheets are boring! This Kindergarten Math Curriculum Addition unit brings to life worksheets and transforms them into centers, RTI intervention, flexible grouping and more. Want to know more about organizing your Kindergarten Math Centers? Click here. If you’re looking for more fresh ideas for Kindergarten Math, you can find those here.
Kindergarten Math Games
All of these Kindergarten Math Games can be found here. This first game is called Pepperoni Addition! Students will draw from a pile of pizza cards and place the cards in the Kindergarten addition number sentence. Once they have completed the addition portion, they will solve the addition problem. The printable math worksheets are great for centers!
Kindergarten Math Worksheets for Kids
Here’s a great back to school Math center. The directions are similar to the Pepperoni Addition game. Students draw different buses from a pile and create their very own Kindergarten Math addition sentence. These printable math worksheets are low prep and ready to go in seconds.
Each fun math game included with my entire year of Kindergarten Math Curriculum includes a game to help students understand tens frames. This game is included with the Kindergarten Math Addition unit and teaches students how to add and count tens frames.
Kindergarten Math Activities
Here’s a fun carnival game with tickets to enter. You can grab this game in the Kindergarten Math Addition unit.
Teaching students how to save money is a huge passion of mine and I love teaching Kindergarten addition with this method.
Math for Kids
Incorporate math for kids with this library addition game. Students will tag the books and then add them together. These games change throughout each unit in the Kindergarten Math Curriculum for the Year program.
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