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Free preschool math worksheets. Students in pre-k learn a variety of key math standards including counting, number recognition, patterns, sequencing, shapes, measurement, addition, subtraction, and more. Use these free preschool math worksheets to build skills including logic, fine motor, sequential reasoning, and so much more while having a fun time with your preschool students. Looking for more? Check out our Preschool Bundle that includes everything you need for a 36-week Preschool Math Curriculum.
Free Preschool Math Worksheets:
- Preschool Counting Worksheets
- Preschool Numbers Worksheets 1-10
- Preschool Number Worksheets 1-20
- Preschool Shapes Worksheets
- Preschool Pattern Worksheets
Free printable counting worksheets for Preschool! Your students will love counting activities with cute creatures and critters! Students will color objects, count up to 30, learn to write numbers, and work with ten frames and mazes. These free worksheets are great for building key fine motor skills.
Free printable shapes worksheets for Preschool! Your students will love our colorful shapes chart, and matching shapes activities. Students will color shapes, identify shapes, cut shapes, sort shapes and so much more! These free worksheets are great for building key fine motor skills.
Free number worksheets for preschoolers learning their numbers up to 10. Kids will practice addition, identify numbers, write numbers, color numbers, counting objects and more! Learning numbers won’t be intimidating with these fun coloring number worksheets!
Free number worksheets for preschoolers learning how to count up to 20. Preschoolers will learn number formations, writing the names of numbers, recognizing numbers and so much more! Students will practice tracing, coloring, counting, and many other key skills.
Free pattern worksheets for preschool math students. These free worksheets will help your students learn a variety of patterns and sequences including ABAB, ABB, AAB, AABB, ABC, ABCD and more. Learning patterns are a great way to teach logic and counting skills.