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## Kindergarten Math Games

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## Number Sense Games

## Count back and Complete the Sequence Game

Practice the superpower of number sense by learning how to count back and complete the sequence.

## Count to 5 Game

Dive deep into the world of counting with our fun 'Count to 5' game.

## Trace the Number One Game

Sharpen your number skills by tracing the number one.

## Counting Sequence from 1 to 5 Game

Help your little one practice the counting sequence from 1 to 5.

## Addition Games

## Compose Numbers to make 10 Game

Begin the exciting journey of becoming a math wizard by learning how to compose numbers to make 10.

## Match the Correct Sum Game

Apply your knowledge of addition to match the correct sum.

## Model to Add Numbers Game

Dive deep into the world of math by modeling to add numbers.

## Build the Model to Add Numbers Game

Enjoy the marvel of mathematics by exploring how to build the model to add numbers.

## Subtraction Games

## Remove and Match the Number Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by exploring how to remove and match the number.

## Complete the Related Subtraction Facts Game

Unearth the wisdom of mathematics by learning how to complete related subtraction facts.

## Take Away to Match the Number Game

Apply your knowledge of subtraction to take away to match the number.

## Find Missing Numbers in Subtraction Sentences Game

Find out the missing numbers in the given subtraction sentences.

## Geometry Games

## Sort Flat and Solid Shapes Game

Learn to solve math problems by sorting flat and solid shapes.

## Identify Objects Above and Below Game

Learn to solve problems by identifying objects 'above' and 'below'.

## Counting Objects Above and Below Game

Begin the exciting journey of becoming a math wizard by counting objects 'above' and 'below'.

## Sort Real-World Shapes Game

Add more arrows to your child’s math quiver by sorting real-world shapes.

## Data Handling Games

## Identify Objects by their Name Game

Take a deep dive into the world of math by identifying objects by their names.

## Sort Objects by their Name Game

Have your own math-themed party by learning how to sort objects by their name.

## Identify Objects by Color Game

Sharpen your skills by identifying objects by their colors.

## Sort Objects by Color Game

Dive deep into the world of measurement by sorting objects by color.

## Measurement Games

- Compare Weights of Objects Game

Enjoy the marvel of mathematics by exploring how to compare weights of objects.

## Identify the Object with Shorter Height Game

Shine bright in the math world by learning how to identify the object with the shorter height.

## Select the Right Unit Game

Learn to solve math problems by selecting the right unit.

## Identify the Object with Shorter Length Game

Use your measurement skills to identify the object with the shorter length.

## Word Problems Games

## Adding One by Making a Model Game

Treat yourself to an immersive learning experience with our 'Adding One by Making a Model' game.

## Adding Within 5 by Making a Model Game

Add more arrows to your child’s math quiver by adding within 5 by making a model.

## Take Away Scenario Game

Use your subtraction skills to solve 'Take Away' scenarios.

## Subtraction Scenario Game

Take a look at subtraction scenarios with this game.

## All Math Games

## Quickly Tell the Number of Things up to 10 Game

Have your own math-themed party by learning how to quickly tell the number of things up to 10.

## Identify the Addition Sentence Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by identifying the addition sentence.

## Solve Subtraction Sentences Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by exploring how to solve subtraction sentences.

## Read the Data Game

Begin the exciting journey of becoming a math wizard by learning how to read data.

## Identify Embedded Numbers Game

Help your child take flight by learning how to identify embedded numbers.

## Identify the Expression Game

Unearth the wisdom of mathematics by learning how to identify the expression.

## Choose the Correct Expression Game

Have your own math-themed party by learning how to choose the correct expression.

## Compare the Data Game

Take the first step towards building your math castle by practicing how to compare data.

## Identify and Match the Pattern Game

Use your counting skills to identify and match the pattern.

## Add Two Numbers (Up to 5) Game

Ask your little one to add two numbers (Up to 5) to play this game.

## Subtract Two Numbers (Up to 5) Game

Take a deep dive into the world of math by subtracting two numbers (up to 5).

## Place Objects on Different Positions Game

Take a deep dive into the world of math by placing objects on different positions.

## Identify Which Object is Longer Game

Kids must identify which object is longer to practice measurement.

## Add Within 5 Game

Let your child see the world through math-colored shades with our 'Add Within 5' games!

## Subtract Within 5 Game

Practice the superpower of subtraction by learning how to subtract within 5.

## Identify Position of Object Game

Kids must identify the position of the object to play this game.

## Align and Compare Lengths Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by exploring how to align and compare lengths.

## Count Along with the Stars from 1 to 3 Game

Shine bright in the math world by counting along with the stars from 1 to 3.

## Finding Sum (Up to 10) Game

Dive deep into the world of addition by finding the sum (up to 10).

## Finding the Difference (within 10) Game

Ask your little one to find the difference (within 10) to play this game.

## Identify the Object Next To Game

Help your child master geometry with this 'Identify the Object Next To' game.

## Equal Lengths Game

Practice the concept of equal lengths with your little one through this game.

## Count Along with the Stars from 1 to 5 Game

Count along with the stars from 1 to 5 with this number sense game.

## Add the Numbers (Up To 10) Game

Take the pressure off by simplifying addition with our 'Add the Numbers (Up To 10)' game.

## Subtract the Numbers (within 10) Game

Unearth the wisdom of mathematics by learning how to subtract numbers (within 10).

## Identify the Longest and Shortest Object Game

Dive deep into the world of measurement by identifying the longest and the shortest object.

## Connect the Number Stars from 1 to 5 Game

Enjoy the marvel of mathematics by connecting the number stars from 1 to 5.

## Identify the Correct Sum Game

Begin the exciting journey of becoming a math wizard by learning how to identify the correct sum.

## Represent Scenarios with More Game

Enter the madness of math-multiverse by exploring how to represent scenarios with 'More'.

## Sort Objects by Size Game

Take a deep dive into the world of math by sorting objects by size.

## Connect the Number Stars from 1 to 3 Game

Kids must connect the number stars from 1 to 3 to practice number sense.

## Add the Numbers within 5 Game

Ask your little one to add the numbers within 5 to play this game.

## Represent Scenarios with Fewer Game

Enjoy the marvel of mathematics by exploring how to represent scenarios with 'Fewer'.

- Find Shapes All Around Us Game

Ask your little one to find and identify the different shapes around us to play this game.

## Complete the Data Game

Take the first step towards building your math castle by practicing how to complete the data.

## Identify the Taller object Game

Shine bright in the math world by learning how to identify the taller object.

## What Is the Importance of Math Subject for Kindergarten Kids?

Kindergarten kids are typically around 5 to 6 years old. At this age, children's brains are rapidly developing, and they are highly receptive to learning new concepts and skills. Early exposure to math concepts can set a strong foundation for future academic success in mathematics and other subjects.

Key Concepts Covered in Kindergarten Math that form the foundation for the higher grade math concepts:

- Counting and Cardinality (Counting by ones, counting by tens, counting forward, etc.)
- Operations and Algebraic Thinking (basic addition and subtraction concepts through hands-on activities)
- Number and Operations in Base Ten (Composing and decomposing numbers within 10)
- Measurement and Data (Comparing the lengths, organizing data)
- Geometry (Identifying and describing basic 2D and 3D shapes)

## Importance of Early Math Education for Kindergarten Kids

Math skills are essential for success in various areas of life. Understanding math helps in everyday tasks and opens doors to opportunities in different fields.

- Cognitive Development : Math helps enhance critical thinking, problem-solving, and reasoning skills. It fosters logical and analytical thinking, essential for various aspects of life.
- Academic Preparedness: Early exposure to math prepares children for more complex math concepts in later grades. It contributes to improved performance in other subjects, such as science and technology.
- Real-life Applications: Math is an integral part of daily life, from telling time to measuring ingredients while cooking. Early math education helps children navigate the world around them effectively.
- Confidence Building: Success in math boosts a child's self-confidence and overall academic motivation. It encourages a positive attitude towards learning and problem-solving.
- Long-term Success: A solid understanding of math increases the chances of succeeding in science, technology, engineering, and math-related fields, as well as various careers.

## Important Math Concepts Covered in Kindergarten

Number sense.

- Learning the number sequence up to 100
- Learning the counting, number names, comparing numbers up to 20
- Learning how to compose and decompose numbers into tens and ones from 11 to 19.
- Counting forward from a specific number within a familiar sequence, rather than starting at 1.

Looking for some easy math games for kindergarten kids?Here are some engaging Number Sense Games for Kindergarteners .

- Understanding addition as putting together
- Adding within 10, fluently add and subtract within 5.
- Demonstrate addition using various methods, such as objects, fingers, mental images, drawings, sounds (e.g., claps), role-playing scenarios, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.

Help your little ones understand the concept of addition with Kindergarten Addition Games .

## Subtraction

- Represent subtraction using various methods, such as objects, fingers, mental images, drawings, sounds (e.g., claps), role-playing scenarios, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.
- Subtract within 10, fluently subtract within 5

Introduce subtraction to your child with these captivating Subtraction Games for Kindergarteners .

- Describe objects using names of shapes.
- Identify and analyze shape as two-dimensional or three-dimensional.
- Identify objects in the surroundings by naming their shapes and explain their spatial relationships using terms like above, below, beside, in front of, behind, and next to.
- Accurately identify shapes regardless of their orientations or overall sizes.

Children will surely find Geometry exciting and enjoyable if introduced through a game-based setting with Geometry Games for Kindergarteners .

## Measurement

- Learning about measurable attributes such as weight and length.
- Describe and identify different measurable attributes of a single object.
- Learning to compare two objects with common measurable attributes.

The measurement topic covers a wide range of concepts. Make it easier for children with Measurement Games for Kindergarten Kids .

## Word Problems

- Solve addition and subtraction word problems

Look no further for fun math games for kindergarten online! Discover some amazing Word Problems Games suitable for Kindergarten students and make learning a fun-filled experience.

## Benefits of Educational Math Games for Kindergarten Kids

- Cognitive Skills Development : Kindergarten math games online stimulate young minds and promote cognitive growth. Engaging with concepts like number sense, sequence, addition, and subtraction at their own pace enhances reasoning abilities and encourages math talk.
- Fun and Engaging Learning : Online math games for kindergarten offer practical learning experiences, eliminating rote memorization. Colorful images and friendly characters singing number songs or counting objects capture children's attention, making math enjoyable from the beginning.
- Fostering Curiosity : Kindergarten online math games nurture children's natural curiosity by engaging their imagination and creativity. Sorting, matching shapes, and comparing lengths encourage exploration and learning.
- Motivation and Skill Enhancement : Repeatedly practicing math concepts through online kindergarten math games boosts children's motivation and proficiency. Moreover, math games help develop motor skills through interactive actions like tapping, clicking, and dragging on the screen.
- Improved Memory and Concept Retention : Regular engagement with math games aids in better memory retention, ensuring a solid grasp of essential mathematical concepts.

## What Are the Best 5 Math Games and Activities for Kindergarten Kids?

Your search for ‘online math games kindergarten’ ends here. Take a look at a few selected fun Math Learning Games for kindergarten by SplashLearn:

- Sing the Number Song from 1 to 3 Game
- Add Two Numbers (up to 5) Game
- Subtract within 5 Game

## How do you help kids practice kindergarten math concepts?

- Interactive Online Games : Engaging online math games provide kindergarten kids with practice in counting, basic operations, and shapes.
- Engaging Worksheets : Curated math worksheets offer hands-on practice, reinforcing various kindergarten concepts. Check out these well-designed printable Worksheets for Kindergarteners (download as PDF).
- Personalized Learning : Adaptive techniques tailor difficulty levels to match each child's progress, supporting their individual needs.

## How can teachers integrate math games into their kindergarten lesson plans?

By integrating math games into their lesson plans, teachers can create a dynamic and interactive learning environment that enhances students' math skills.

- Math Game Stations : Set up rotating game stations with dice counting and shape puzzles.
- Game-Based Assessments : Use math games as formative assessments for addition, subtraction, etc.
- Theme-Based Math Games: Integrate games into thematic units like "grocery store" math.
- Math Game Challenges : Create timed math challenges to foster healthy competition and enthusiasm.

## How do SplashLearn's math games make learning fun for kindergarteners?

- Engaging Interactive Activities : SplashLearn's interactive math games for kindergarteners feature colorful visuals and friendly characters, creating a fun and engaging learning environment, appealing to young learners.
- Age-Appropriate Content : The games are tailored to suit the developmental needs of kindergarten kids, ensuring the right level of challenge and engagement for their age group.
- Rewarding Progress : The games offer positive reinforcement and rewards for achievements, motivating kindergarteners to continue learning and advancing in math skills.

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## 25 Hands On Math Activities for Kindergarten

Mathematics is an essential part of our lives and is a subject that should be introduced to children at an early age. It helps develop logical reasoning, problem-solving skills, and critical thinking abilities.

We will share the best Hands On Math Activities for Kindergarten students that can help them develop a strong foundation in math and foster a love for learning.

So let’s dive in and explore these exciting math activities that will make learning fun for your kindergarten kids!

## Counting with Counting Bears:

Counting bears are an excellent tool to teach young children counting and basic math skills. Simply provide a set of colorful counting bears and encourage children to sort them by color, size, or shape. Then, have them count the bears and identify the corresponding number. This hands-on activity not only enhances math skills but also improves fine motor skills as children manipulate and move the bears.

## Shape Collage:

Shapes are an essential part of math and can be introduced through a fun and creative activity. Have children cut out shapes of different colors and sizes from construction paper and glue them onto a larger piece of paper to create a shape collage. As they glue, have them identify the name of the shapes and count the number of shapes used. This activity is not only a great way to teach shapes but also improves children’s spatial awareness and creativity.

## Pattern Blocks:

Pattern blocks are a versatile tool that can be used to teach various mathematical concepts, including shapes, geometry, symmetry, and fractions. Provide children with a set of pattern blocks and challenge them to create different designs, such as animals, buildings, or abstract patterns. Encourage them to identify the shapes used and count the number of blocks in their design. This activity helps children develop problem-solving skills and spatial reasoning abilities.

Related: 20 Pattern Block Activities for Preschool

## Play Dough Math:

Playdough is a fun and tactile material that can be used to teach mathematical concepts such as numbers, counting, and basic arithmetic. Provide children with play dough and challenge them to create different shapes or numbers. As they create, encourage them to count the number of balls of dough used to create each shape or number. This activity not only enhances math skills but also improves fine motor skills and creativity.

## Math Bingo:

Bingo is a classic game that can be adapted to teach math skills. Create bingo cards with numbers or shapes and call out the corresponding numbers or shapes. Children can mark off the corresponding numbers or shapes on their cards as they are called out. This activity not only enhances math skills but also improves listening and concentration skills.

## Number Line Hop:

A fun way to teach counting and number recognition is to create a number line on the floor using masking tape or chalk. Have children stand at one end of the number line and call out a number. The child must then hop the corresponding number of spaces on the number line. This activity helps children develop gross motor skills and improves their understanding of number concepts.

Related: 25 Number Recognition Activities for Preschool

## Domino Math:

Dominoes are a great tool to teach basic addition and subtraction concepts. Provide children with a set of dominoes and encourage them to sort them by the number of dots. Then, have them use the dominoes to solve simple addition and subtraction problems. This activity not only enhances math skills but also improves problem-solving and critical-thinking abilities.

## Measurement Exploration:

Measurement is an essential mathematical concept that can be introduced through hands-on exploration. Provide children with a variety of measuring tools such as rulers, measuring cups, and scales. Encourage them to measure different objects around the classroom or at home and record their findings. This activity helps children develop an understanding of measurement concepts and improves their observation and recording skills.

Related: 25 Measurement Activities for Preschoolers

## Money Math:

Teaching young children about money can be made fun and interactive through a hands-on activity. Provide children with fake money and encourage them to count and sort the coins and bills. Then, have them use the money to pay for items at a pretend store. This activity not only enhances math skills but also improves communication and social skills.

## Geometry Hunt:

Geometry concepts such as lines, angles, and shapes can be introduced through a scavenger hunt. Provide children with a list of geometric shapes and angles to find around the classroom or at home. As they find each item, have them identify the shape or angle and describe its characteristics. This activity helps children develop an understanding of geometry concepts and improves their observation and descriptive skills.

## Fraction Fun:

Fractions can be a difficult concept to grasp for young children, but they can be made easier through a hands-on activity. Provide children with a set of fraction circles and encourage them to explore and manipulate them to create different fractions. Have them identify the different fractions and compare them to each other. This activity not only enhances math skills but also improves spatial awareness and problem-solving abilities.

## Shape Sorter:

A shape-sorter toy can be an excellent tool to teach young children about shapes and spatial awareness. Provide children with a shape sorter toy and encourage them to sort the different shapes into the corresponding holes. As they sort, have them identify the name of the shapes and count the number of shapes used. This activity improves fine motor skills and enhances math skills.

## Tally Marks:

Tally marks are a simple way to teach young children counting and basic arithmetic concepts. Provide children with a set of objects such as buttons or beads and encourage them to count and record the number using tally marks. Then, have them add or subtract objects and record the results using tally marks. This activity not only enhances math skills but also improves communication and recording skills.

## Time Telling:

Telling time is an essential life skill that can be introduced through a hands-on activity. Provide children with a set of toy clocks and encourage them to practice telling time. Have them set the clock to different times and identify the corresponding time on a digital clock or watch. This activity helps children develop an understanding of time concepts and improves their observation and problem-solving skills.

## Graphing Fun:

Graphing is a useful tool to teach young children data analysis and representation concepts. Provide children with a set of objects such as stickers or buttons and encourage them to sort and count them by color, shape, or size. Then, have them represent the data using a graph. This activity not only enhances math skills but also improves communication and data representation skills.

## Addition and Subtraction Bowling:

Bowling is a fun and interactive way to teach basic addition and subtraction concepts. Provide children with a set of plastic bowling pins and a softball. Encourage them to set up the pins and roll the ball. Then, have them add or subtract the number of pins knocked down. This activity improves gross motor skills and enhances math skills.

Pattern blocks are a versatile tool to teach young children about patterns, shapes, and spatial reasoning. Provide children with a set of pattern blocks and encourage them to explore and manipulate them to create different patterns and shapes. Have them identify the name of the shapes and colors used. This activity improves fine motor skills and enhances math skills.

## Symmetry Drawing:

Symmetry is an important concept in mathematics and can be introduced through a hands-on drawing activity. Provide children with a sheet of paper and a drawing tool. Encourage them to draw a picture on one side of the paper and then fold the paper in half. Have them observe the symmetry of the picture and discuss the concept. This activity improves fine motor skills and enhances math skills.

## Shape Hunt:

Shapes are all around us, and a shape hunt can be an excellent way to teach young children about shapes and spatial reasoning. Provide children with a list of shapes to find around the classroom or at home. As they find each shape, have them identify the name of the shape and count the number of sides and angles. This activity improves observation skills and enhances math skills.

## Number Bingo:

Bingo is a classic game that can be adapted to teach young children about numbers and counting. Provide children with a set of bingo cards and a bag of numbered balls. Encourage them to mark the corresponding numbers on their bingo cards. Have them identify the numbers and count the number of balls used. This activity improves communication and enhances math skills.

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## Building a Strong Mathematical Foundation: Empowering Children from the Start

Learning fundamental math in kindergarten is crucial. It builds confidence and prepares children for more advanced concepts. Our kindergarten math category includes worksheets for early stages and slightly more advanced levels. They cover numbers, counting, measurement, and problem-solving skills. Additionally, we offer free worksheets on addition, subtraction, fractions, place value, graphs, and patterns. These materials are designed to be both fun and educational. You can use all our free math worksheets online, except for the premium collection. They serve as valuable tools for parents and teachers.

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## Kindergarten Addition Worksheets

- Animal Picture Addition Worksheet
- Color by Addition Worksheet
- Column Addition with Pictures Worksheet
- Spin the Wheel Addition Worksheet
- Flower Picture Addition Worksheet
- Easy Column Addition Worksheet
- Simple Word Problem Addition Worksheet
- Fruit Picture Addition Worksheet
- Column Addition Worksheet
- Olympics Math Worksheet
- Cats Picture Addition Worksheet
- Bug Picture Addition Worksheet
- Fact Family Worksheet
- Adding Pictures Worksheet
- Add and Match Picture Addition Worksheet

## Kindergarten Subtraction Worksheets

- Basic Subtraction with Pictures Worksheet
- Column Subtraction with Birds Worksheet
- Subtraction Worksheet with Pictures
- Starfish Subtraction Worksheet
- Fruit Picture Subtraction Worksheet
- Animal Picture Subtraction Worksheet
- Subtract and Match Worksheet
- Dinosaur Column Subtraction Worksheet
- Simple Subtraction Word Problem Worksheet
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## Kindergarten Shapes Worksheets

- Circle Worksheet
- Square Worksheet
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- Triangle Worksheet
- Shapes Recognition Worksheet

## Kindergarten Counting Worksheets

- Counting Baby Chicks Worksheet
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- Counting Cats Worksheet
- Counting Dogs Worksheet
- Count and Color Worksheet
- Caterpillar Missing Number Worksheet
- Chicken Missing Numbers Worksheet
- Animal Counting Worksheet
- Space Counting Worksheet
- Spaceship Missing Numbers Worksheet
- Ten-Tastic Counting Worksheet
- Before and After Numbers Worksheet

## Kindergarten More or Less Worksheets

- Picture Comparison Worksheet
- Comparing Numbers from 1 to 10 Worksheet
- More or Less Activity Worksheet
- Comparison Worksheet
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- Comparing Numbers Worksheet
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## Kindergarten Measurement Worksheets

- Measuring Height Worksheet
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- Weight Measurement Worksheet
- Weight Comparison Worksheet
- Animal Measurement Worksheet
- Inches Worksheet
- Heavier or Lighter Worksheet
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## Kindergarten Patterns Worksheets

- Geometry Patterns Worksheet
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- Number Patterns Worksheet

## Kindergarten Making 10 Worksheets

- Adding to 10 Worksheet
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## Kindergarten Place Value Worksheets

- Apple Place Value Worksheet
- Tens and Ones Worksheet
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## Kindergarten Graphs Worksheets

- Farm Animals Bar Graph Worksheet
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- Animal Coordinates Worksheet
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## Kindergarten Fractions Worksheets

- Equal Parts Worksheet Printable
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## Check Out These 50 Kindergarten Math Word Problems of the Day

Sue has 5 markers. Tom has 3 markers.

Opening your daily math lesson with a word problem of the day is an excellent way to set the stage for learning! Incorporate them at the start of your math block to build confidence, critical thinking skills, and a learning community. Students will get used to reading for meaning, while also identifying key information. Encourage students to write out equations and draw pictures to explain their thinking, since this helps them see the light when they are stuck!

Topics in these kindergarten math word problems cover addition, subtraction, comparison, number sense, comparing numbers, and measurement. Want this entire set of kindergarten math word problems in one easy document? Get your free PowerPoint bundle by submitting your email here . All you need to do is post one of the problems on your whiteboard or projector screen. Then let kids take it from there.

## 50 Kindergarten Math Word Problems

1. sue has 2 markers. tom has 3 markers. how many markers do they have all together.

## 2. There are 4 red blocks on the rug. There are 4 yellow blocks on the rug. How many blocks are on the rug in all?

## 3. Sam has 3 marbles. Tim gave Sam 1 marble. How many marbles does Sam have now?

## 4. One cat is in the yard. 4 more cats come into the yard. How many cats are in the yard now?

## 5. Jill had 7 toy cars. She got 3 more for her birthday. How many toy cars does Jill have now?

## 6. Ava has 2 more books than Lucy. Lucy has 6 books. How many books does Ava have?

## 7. There are 7 red chairs and 2 green chairs at the table. How many chairs are at the table all together?

## 8. Pete put 2 pencils in his desk. There were 3 pencils in there already. How many pencils are in Pete’s desk now?

## 9. Tina has 4 jackets at home and 2 jackets at school. How many jackets does Tina have in all?

## 10. Bob has 5 more stamps than Bill. Bill has 2 stamps. How many stamps does Bob have?

## 11. James has 5 flowers. He gives Lisa 3 flowers. How many flowers does James have left?

## 12. 8 birds were on the playground. 5 birds flew away. How many birds are still on the playground?

## 13. Karen had 4 peanuts. She ate 3 of them. How many peanuts does Karen have left?

## 14. There are 6 boxes on the truck. 4 boxes are blue. The rest are green. How many boxes are green?

## 15. Frank has 7 donuts. If he gives 3 away, how many donuts will he have left?

## 16. Tim had 5 balls at home. He took 1 ball to school. How many balls did he leave at home?

## 17. There are 10 pieces of fruit in the bowl. 2 are apples. The rest of the fruit are oranges. How many oranges are in the bowl?

## 18. Kris has 5 stickers. She gives Dave 4 of her stickers. How many stickers does Kris have left?

## 19. Lisa drew 4 pictures. Kelly drew 6 pictures. Who drew more pictures? How many more?

## 20. Malik has 10 balls of clay. He gives 10 of the clay balls to Rob. How many clay balls does Malik have now?

## 21. Sara wants to make 8 cards. She already made 4 of them. How many more cards does Sara need to make?

## 22. The class sang 5 songs. They want to sing 10 songs. How many more songs does the class want to sing?

## 23. Rose had some beads on her bracelet. She got 3 more beads and put them on. Now she has 6 beads all together. How many beads did Rose have at the start?

## 24. Mr. Jones had 4 pens. He bought some more pens. Now he has 6 pens. How many pens did he buy?

## 25. Lilly has 3 pink hats, 2 white hats, and 1 purple hat. How many hats does Lilly have in all?

## 26. Pat has 4 erasers. Ken has 2 erasers. Jason has 2 erasers. How many erasers do they have all together?

## 27. There were some animals in the barnyard. There were 5 goats, 4 cows, and 1 sheep. How many animals were in the barnyard all together?

## 28. South Street has some houses on it. 3 houses are blue, 1 house is gray, and 4 houses are white. How many houses are on South Street?

## 29. Meg has a cat, 2 dogs, and a parrot. How many pets does Meg have?

## 30. Ken likes to plant trees. He planted 7 pine trees, 2 oak trees, and 0 spruce trees. How many trees did Ken plant all together?

## 31. Ms. Matho gave her class this pattern and asked them to finish it: 3, 4, 5, 6, __, __. What should the last two numbers be?

## 32. Ian has a pattern on his shirt. It was blue stripe, red stripe, blue stripe, red stripe. What color is the next stripe?

## 33. The countdown started. The class called out, “10, 9, 8, 7, 6…” What were the next two numbers they called out?

## 34. Joan was counting her socks by two’s. She had 4 pair of socks. How many socks is that all together?

## 35. Faith’s hat has a letter pattern on it. It goes A,B,C, A,B,C. What letter comes after B in the pattern?

## 36. Larry has 12 stamps. Barry has 11 stamps. Who has more stamps?

## 37. There were 20 yellow backpacks. There were 19 blue backpacks. Which color were most of the backpacks?

## 38. Jessica had some crayons. Pam had 15 crayons. Jessica had 2 more crayons than Pam. How many crayons did Jessica have?

## 39. Stan had 14 pennies. Dave had 9 pennies. Who had less pennies?

## 40. Beth was 8 years old. Her sister, Lori was 10 years old. Who is older? How much older?

## 41. The stick was 10 inches long. It was painted red and white. 5 inches of the stick were red. How much of the stick was white?

## 42. Frisky the cat weighs 6 pounds. Mittens the cat weighs 9 pounds. Which cat weighs more? How much more?

## 43. 17 is Chan’s lucky number. The number that comes before Chan’s is Ming’s lucky number. What is Ming’s lucky number?

## 44. The buses are all lined up in number order. The #12 bus is Juan’s bus. What number bus comes right after Juan’s bus?

## 45. Stacey practiced soccer for 6 hours last week. Emily practiced soccer for 4 hours last week. Who practiced soccer longer? How much longer?

## 46. Mrs. Tang’s class got 18 new books from the book fair. Mr. Smith’s class got 15 new books from the book fair. Which class got more new books from the book fair?

## 47. There are 10 children at the lunch table. 4 are boys. The rest are girls. How many children at the lunch table are girls?

## 48. The doors in the school are in number order. Carol is in Room #11. Delia is in the room right before Carol’s. What room is Delia in?

## 49. There are 3 boxes. The pink box has 4 balls in it. The orange box has 2 balls in it. The black box has 2 more balls than the pink box. Which box has the most balls? How many are in that box?

## 50. Jon likes to draw. He does 1 drawing every day after school. How many drawings does he do every week?

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## KINDERGARTEN MATH PROBLEM SOLVING

Organize your routines to promote plenty of kindergarten math problem solving.

It’ll help children make sense of math concepts as they solve problems using real life objects and everyday situations that they can relate to.

When children learn to recognize a problem, try a few problem solving strategies, suggest a variety of solutions to solve the problem, and finally, test their ideas. They will gain confidence and have a chance to use skills that they have learned previously.

## Keep Math Problem Solving Activities Simple

- Jars from pasta sauce and other products work well also.
- Ask parents to save clean jar lids that are large enough to hold 3 one-inch blocks. Check there are no sharp edges.
- Cups are too deep for the following activities as the children cannot easily see how many counters they have put into each cup.

## Literature based problem solving games

## Game – Birthday party across the river

Set up the problem by reading a book such as Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present.

After reading it, talk about:

- What was the little girl’s problem?
- What did she do to solve it?
- How did Mr. Rabbit help?
- How did they solve the problem?

## Boats and River Game

- Boats – One jar lid per child (such as the ones that pasta sauce comes in) that hold 3 one-inch Unifix™ cubes. The lids represent the boats.
- Presents – Ten one-inch Unifix™ cubes for each student. These represent the presents. Vary the number of blocks, depending on the children’s abilities.
- 1/2 sheet of blue construction paper cut lengthwise – this is the river
- Recording sheet and pencils
- Introduce the problem – Tell your students that you are pretending that all ten of Mr. Rabbit’s presents (cubes) have to get across the river for a birthday party. The presents will have to go in the boats (jar lids) but can not be stacked on top of each other or they will fall in the water. Only 3 presents can fit into a boat but all the presents have to get to the party.
- How many trips across the river does your boat need to take?
- Each child loads their boat with 3 cubes and take them across the river then unloads their boat
- Children record each trip with a tally line.
- Vary the number of blocks with each game

## Sharing type problem solving

- Counters, blocks or crackers
- Small paper plates – 4 per child
- Lids and blocks as above

Focus on different ways of solving the problems. Vary the games and materials each time:

- Game #1 – Say to the children – “You have 4 plates, one for each friend, and 12 crackers. How can you make sure that all your friends get the same number of crackers?”
- Game #2 – Each child gets 4 lids and 12 blocks. “How you can put the blocks into the lids so all the lids have the same number of blocks?”
- Game #3 – Each child gets 2 plates. Goldfish type crackers are in bowls near the children. “How can we figure out how many crackers we will need if each plate has 10 crackers?”

## Seating & PE equipment type kindergarten problem solving

One group of children watches while the other group acts out the problem.

Prompt with suggestions as necessary. E.G. How could we figure that out? All the children can contribute ideas to solve these types of problems.

#1 – Four children can sit around each table. We have 12 children. How can we figure out how many tables we need so everybody can sit down?

#2 – We have 6 balls and 12 children. How can we share the balls so all the children get to play with the same number of balls?

#3 – This group has 4 children. If each child jumps 3 times, how can we keep track of how many jumps will they jump all together?

Tip – Save these types of problems for after the children have had plenty of activity and are ready to sit and rest for a while.

## Spatial type problem solving

- Pattern blocks

Ask questions such as the ones below.

1. How many ways can you make a bird (or flower or star…) using only 5 pattern blocks? Children spend 5 minutes making birds. Have them count the number of pattern blocks in each bird as they sometimes get carried away and end up making a bird with many more blocks!

2. Show me how you can make 3 different stars can with your pattern blocks?

## Recording problem solving activities

Prompt students to record the results of most activities, even if they are only able to make a simple picture.

Many opportunities for math problem solving will arise in a regular preschool or kindergarten day.

- Keep problem solving simple and age appropriate
- Focus on problems that have open-ended results
- If children get frustrated, give them the option of leaving the problem and coming back to it later

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By honing their problem-solving abilities, we're preparing kids to face the unforeseen challenges of the world outside. Enhances Cognitive Growth: Otherwise known as cognitive development. Problem-solving isn't just about finding solutions. It's about thinking critically, analyzing situations, and making decisions.

1. A Warm-Up activity: Students learn and practice math conventions. 2. The Problem-of-the-Day: Students solve the problem individually or in groups. 3. Mathematician's Chair: Students share their solutions and give feedback to others. 4. Compare: Students compare their solutions, examining similarities and differences.

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