Kindergarten Counting and Number Sense Worksheets
Kindergarten Counting Skills
Kindergarten Number Sense
This page features numerous math worksheets to help the kindergarten child improve their understanding of numbers and the counting sequence. As always, you are encouraged to review materials to ensure they challenge and enrich the learning process.
We hope you enjoy the worksheets on this page. In addition to the number sense and counting worksheets found here, you can find additional early number skills practice pages on our preschool math worksheets page.
Enjoy your number journey!
Kindergarten Number Sense Worksheets
Numbers and Counting to 5
Music Meets Math Worksheet 1 - Students will color one to five instruments in a set and practice printing the names of the instruments. This worksheet reinforces instrument recognition, counting to five, vocabulary, and handwriting. Instruments featured on this page are the guitar, piano, trombone, and flute.
Music Meets Math Worksheet 2 - Students will color one to five instruments in a set and practice printing the names of the instruments. The instruments featured on this worksheet are the violin, tuba, trumpet, and drum.
Show That Number Worksheet 2 - Children will draw additional items in each row to represent the number shown.
Pre-Math: Worksheet 1 - Students will follow the directions and are required to use correct colors, count to 5, and recognize first, last, and middle.
Missing Numbers to 5 - Students will fill in the missing numbers to 5.
Count and Circle: Worksheet 1 - Your child will reinforce counting skills and practice pencil control when they circle the correct number of items in each row.
Following Directions Worksheet 4 - This worksheet emphasizes color recognition and counting skills at the preschool level.
Counting with Kittens - Students will practice printing the numerals 1-5 and reinforce their counting and addition skills when they answer each question posed on this cute worksheet.
Counting with Puppies - Students will answer seven questions about the puppies in the picture. Answering the questions correctly requires a combination of counting, adding, and subtracting.
Fun With Fruit - Your child or students will practice counting to four, develop fine motor skills, and be asked to recognize fruits such as apples, bananas, pears, and oranges.
One, Two, Three, Worksheet 1 - Students will count, draw and add dots to make sums to 3. Following the directions is an important aspect of this exercise.
St. Patrick's Day Ordinal Numbers - Students will follow the directions when coloring the first through fifth items in each row.
Count and Color - Students will follow the directions and color the correct number of boxes within 5. This worksheet promotes counting to 5, color recognition, and the position of middle, last, and inside.
Numbers and Counting to 10
Let's Count: Worksheet 1 - Students will practice printing the numbers 0-9 in order.
Count and Color Series II, Worksheets 3-4 - Students will practice counting to ten and improve fine motor skills when they color items to match each number shown.
See, Say, Write, and Count - Students will name each numeral, trace the corresponding number word, write the number word, and count the objects to 10. This worksheet is great practice for counting, number recognition, spelling, and printing.
Dino Numbers: Worksheet 1 - Students will write the numeral for each number word one through nine.
Larger and Smaller Numbers: Worksheet 4 - Fun robot-themed worksheet requires students to compare two numbers within 10.
Largest and Smallest Numbers: Worksheet 5 - This fun robot theme worksheet makes identifying the largest and smallest of three numbers within 10 a lot of fun!
Recognizing Numbers: Worksheet 2 - Find and color the numbers 1-9 on this worksheet.
Which Number is Biggest? - Students will compare groups of three or four numbers within 10 and circle the largest number in each group. They will then write the biggest number.
Number Match - Your child will reinforce counting skills and practice pencil control when they draw a line to connect each numeral to the picture that shows how many.
Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To Worksheet Set 1 - Four pages of practice comparing numbers to 5.
Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To Worksheet Set 2 - Students will compare numbers to 10.
Missing Numbers to 10 - Students will fill in the missing numbers to 10.
My First Number Word Search - This easy number sord search puzzle encourages pencil control and number word recognition as students find and circle the number words one through ten in the puzzle.
Halloween Count and Color Ten - Students will draw additional pictures in each row to make groups of 10.
Happy Shapes - This fun worksheet reinforces shape and color recognition while counting to 7.
Count and Draw Carrots and Strawberries - Students will say each number, then draw the matching number of carrots or strawberries in each row.
Circle Ten - Circle ten objects from each set.
Circle Ten: Worksheet 2 - Count and circle ten objects in each set.
Halloween Count and Color Worksheet 1 - Your students will count the Halloween items in the picture then write the number that tells how many. In addition to counting, students are asked to color the pictures specific colors to improve their color recognition and fine motor skills.
Halloween Count and Color Worksheet 2 - Counting to 6 and color recognition are reinforced on thie fun Halloween math worksheet.
The Number 6: Worksheet A - Color the dinosaurs in each set and circle the set that has 6.
Number 6: Worksheet B - Count the tools in each set and circle the sets with 6 tools.
Number 7: Worksheet B - Count the fish in each group and identify the groups of 7 fish.
Number 8: Worksheet B - Count the sports equipment in each group and identify the groups of 8.
Number 9: Worksheet B - Count the sea creatures in each group and identify the groups of 9 sea creatures.
Number 10: Worksheet B - Count the insects in each group and identify the groups of 10 insects.
Numbers and Counting to 100
Larger and Smaller Numbers - Comparing numbers between 1 and 15.
Larger and Smaller Numbers Worksheet 2 - Students will identify the larger or smaller numbers within 20.
Missing Numbers: Worksheet 3 - Complete each number pattern with the four missing numbers within 20.
Let's Count: Worksheet 2 - Students will practice printing the numbers 10-19 in order.
Dino Numbers: Worksheet 2 - Students will write the numeral for each number word ten through eighteen.
Dinosaur Dots: Worksheet 2 - Students will count between 11 and 15 dots on each dinosaur and write that number on the line.
Count, Trace, and Print Numbers 1-20 - Students will count the dots, trace numbers, and write numbers to 20.
Count, Trace, and Print Numbers 1-20 - Count the dots on the dominoes, trace the number that tells how many, then print the numbers in a handwriting style similar to D'Nealian?.
Fill in the Missing Numbers - This packet includes ten, half-page worksheets in which children fill in the missing numbers to 20.
Number Fun: Worksheets 3 and 4 - The first worksheet in this set will have students identifying the greatest and least number in a group of three numbers. The second worksheet includes identifying and ordering numbers to 20.
Number Words One through Twenty: Worksheet A and B - Students will draw a line from each numeral to the corresponding number word. The two worksheets in this set provide practice in number and number word recognition as well as fine motor and thinking skills.
Count and Color Ladybug Spots - Students will draw dots on a ladybug to match the one shown and add the dots for a total of 20.
Farm Tally Worksheet - Students will make a tally mark representing the number of farm animals with 2 or 4 legs. They will then add the tally marks to show the total number of tally marks made.
Count and Color Dogs - Students will count to 15, write the number, and color the dogs.
Count and Color Dragon Spots - Students will compare two dragons then draw spots to make the second dragon look like the first. Students will then add the spots on both dragons and write the total.
Counting to Thirty - Count the objects in each group, and write the total on the line.
Measurement and Data