Preschool - Math concepts
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- More or Less Shapes
Counting and shape recognition are rolled into one with this colorful printable, makes for great math practice for your preschooler!
- Cut and Categorize #3
Does a sea star live in the air? Or underwater? Ask your preschooler to sort out the object into their correct categories--"up in the air" or "underwater."
- Circle What Belongs: Snowy Day
Would you put your swimsuit on when it's snowing outside? Let your child decide with this simple categorization worksheet
- Cut and Categorize #4
Which of these cute images are insects, and which are animals? Can your preschooler put them into categories?
- Cut and Categorize #2
Help your preschooler clue into categories with this adorable worksheet! It asks her to cut out each pretty picture, and then glue it into its proper spot.
- Preschool Math: Day and Night
Help your preschooler wrap her head around nighttime and daytime objects with this cute categorization worksheet.
- Day and Night for Kids
Does your curious preschooler know what objects belong in the day and in the night? Let her sort owls, stars, and rainbows daytime or nighttime scenes.
- Circle What Belongs: Sunny Day
Give your child some categorization practice with this sunny day worksheet. She'll pick out and circle the objects that show up when the sun is shining.
- More or Less Animals
This colorful counting page is engaging math practice for your preschooler learning to count, and to compare more or less values between groups of animals.
- Circle What Belongs: Rainy Day
Which shoes are better for a rainy day, sandals or boots? This worksheet helps kids think critically about what things they see when the rain is pouring.
- Classification of Living Things
Can your budding learner tell which of these items are living things? As she colors each picture, she'll decide if it grows and takes in air, water, or energy.
- What Doesn't Belong at School?
Backpack, ice cream cone, pencil, scissors: One of these objects is not an essential school item. Preschoolers identify the object that does not belong.
- Categorization: Food
Blossoming foodies will enjoy our gastronomically focused categorization worksheet. Kids will sort food and drink by type in this food categorization worksheet.
- What Doesn't Belong?
This worksheet is full of delicious and nutritious snacks, but there are a few things that don't belong!
- Technology Then and Now
Technology has changed a lot in the past 100 years! Help your child figure out which items were used long ago and which ones we use today for the same purpose.
- Healthy Food Game
Give your preschooler some basic sorting and categorizing practice and sneak in a health tip at the same time.
- Count and Classify: Fruits and Vegetables
Count and classify your produce beyond fruits and vegetables. Try this fruits and vegetables worksheet to increase your child's sorting skills.
- Count the Tree Rings
This printable will help your child with her observation skills by challenging her to count the tree rings to determine their ages.
- Count and Classify: Animals
Count and classify animals by their habitats and abilities. Help your child work on sorting skills with this count and classify animals worksheet.
- Follow the Winter Clothes Path
A snowman needs his scarf! On this prekindergarten math and science worksheet, kids follow a pattern of winter clothes to get the snowman to his scarf.
- Picture Categorization
Enjoy helping your first grader categorize objects using pictures. Each group has four pictures and one does not belong with the others!
- Find What Doesn't Belong: On the Farm
In this preschool math worksheet, your child will practice sorting and categorizing to figure out what doesn't belong.
- Categorization: In the Backyard
Kris the Koala is cleaning his house, and kids completing this preschool sorting and classifying worksheet help by circling objects that belong in the backyard.
- More or Less? Cakes
This worksheet asks your kid to compare quantities of desserts. Whether she can already count to ten or is just learning, this colorful page is great practice!