Early years of learning are some of the most important. Kindergarten math games help get kids off to the right start! Learning and having fun with math games is a natural.
Kids love to play - So let's tap into that child-like desire and help them learn to love math...with fun kindergarten math activities!
Caterpillar Count: Your kindergarteners will love learning to count with this game. They'll get to color the caterpillar on the printable game board and build those counting skills at the same time.
Comparing Lengths and Weights: Here’s a simple game for young learners. The players will get practice comparing the lengths and weights of everyday objects.
More Counting Activities: Kindergartners are sure to have fun with this popcorn counting activity that helps them count by twos and by fives.
Counting to 100: Here are three games to use for your youngsters to get them counting to 100. Just print off the 100 Little Things chart and they are ready to play.
Ship Shape: Here's a fun activity that kids will enjoy and get a chance to practice recognizing shapes like circles, squares, triangles. Just print off the game board and they are ready to play.
Number Memory Match Up: Here's a homemade math game that's a twist to the traditional memory game to help your kindergartner match number symbols to the correct quantity while sharpening her memory skills!
Beach Ball Math: Here's a math game that will help young learners stay active. Practice math facts with this one...all you need is a beach ball and marker and off you go.
Do The Math Hopscotch: This is an outside math game for kindergarten that goes right along with what kids like to do most....jump up an down and just plain be a kid.
COUNT TO 100: Learning to Count is a big deal for youngsters especially in kindergarten! Here's a fun online activity that helps kindergarten kids count to 100!
Money Games For Kids: Never too soon for kindergartners to start learning about money. Head on over to our money games page and find the money activities.
Kindergarten Addition Games: After getting some practice with counting, basic addition is usually the next math skill to get them acquainted with. Remember to keep it fun!
More Counting: Here's three more counting activities. The first two you make yourself and the third is an online activity.
We'll be adding more kindergarten math games on a continual basis so be sure to bookmark us. And if you have any ideas for math games for kindergarten that you'd like to share please feel free.