# Kindergarten Math Data Worksheets

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• Plant a Flower Garden

Plant your own paper flower garden with this fun activity! Your child will color the flowers first, and then learn to sort them out.

• More or Less: Practice Comparing Numbers

Introduce your child to basic inequalities with this worksheet that challenges him to count up the objects in each group and decide which has fewer or more.

• Counting: Vegetable Garden

This math worksheet features bright vegetables for your budding math whiz to count up. This exercise lets her get creative with coloring with a chart.

• Cut-Out Graph: Chairs

This sturdy worksheet take the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.

Have an adventure with this road trip match that encourages categorization practice.

• More and Less

Using her counting skills, your child will learn the difference between more and less by figuring out which flock, gaggle, or group has the most in it.

• Cut-Out Graph: Trees

This worksheet takes the stress out of math by turning it into a fun hands-on experiment.

• Cut-Out Graph: Sweet Treats

Take the stress out of math by by making math a hands-on experiment with this yummy worksheet.

• Graph It! How Many Siblings Do You Have?

Use this Graph It! worksheet to show your child the practical side of math. This graphing exercise gets your child to survey his friends on their siblings.

• Count the Traffic Signs

Find out how many intersections the school bus goes through in this kindergarten math worksheet that helps your child practice grouping and counting.

• Sort and Count on Christmas

Someone has mixed up all these Christmas decorations! Your child will help re-organize them, and practice her counting and sorting skills.

• Cut-Out Graph: Birds

This fun and feathered worksheet take the stress out of math by turning it into a hands-on experiment.

• Practice Sorting and Counting at the Ski Shop

Help Susie organize the inventory at her ski shop in this kindergarten math worksheet. Your child will practice sorting, graphing, and counting.

• Construction Site Sorting

Which of these items do not belong? Help your child sort out which things go in a construction site and which do not.

• Graph It! What is Your Favorite Holiday?

Help your child conduct a study, all about his friends' favorite holidays. Our holiday graphing worksheet is a fun way to show your kid practical uses for math.

• Graph It! Traveling to School

uUe this Graph It! worksheet to show kids that math is all around us!

• Graph It! What is Your Favorite Sport?

Kids who think math is impractical and boring will learn something new, and have fun, with our worksheet. Your child will survey friends about favorite sports.

• Numbers Large and Small: Shapes

If your kindergartener knows her numbers, challenge her to put her number sense to work with an exercise in comparison.

• Cut-Out Graph: Hats

This stylish worksheets takes the stress out of math by bringing making it a hands-on experiment.

• Graph It! What Color is Your Hair?

Your child will use his math know-how in a practical situation with this Graph It! worksheet. Your child will use graphing skills to chart friends' hair colors.

• Mid-Year Math Assessment: Sorting Objects

Assess your studentsâ€™ understanding of sorting and categorizing using this helpful worksheet focusing on color, size, and number.

• Cut-Out Graph: Toys

This exciting worksheet takes the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.

• Count the Fruit

Learn to count with cute and colorful fruit! This worksheet gives kids a workout in recognizing visual representations of matching numbers.

• Practice Sorting and Counting at the Beach

Help Tony organize the inventory at his beach shop in this kindergarten math worksheet. Your child will practice sorting, graphing, and counting.