Math Games & Activities

70 FREE Kindergarten Math Games

Kindergarten math games are a great way to practice math skills your kids are learning. By playing games, you’re giving your kids a hands-on and tactile way to master the math skills they’ll need each year in school.

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Kindergarten Math Games

If you’re looking for a fun way for your kids to practice kindergarten math, then you need to find some math games! These 30 free printable kindergarten math games will help your kids practice basic math skills, such as counting and number recognition, as well as more advanced skills, such as addition and telling time. Get ready for some fun with these kindergarten math games!


Kindergarten Counting & Number Recognition

Counting and number recognition is one of the foundational math concepts that all children should learn in kindergarten. Without understanding numbers and their order, kids wouldn’t be able to move on to more difficult concepts, such as addition and subtraction. These fun math games will help you teach your kindergartner this foundational skill in a fun way!

Count to 10 Games

Count to 20 Games

  • Catch 20 Bugs – this is such a cute math game to practice counting to 20 with a spring/summer theme
  • Domino Counting Game – play this math game by yourself or with a friend as you practice counting to 20
  • Pool Count to 20 – Summer learning at it’s best – this two-in-one math game has students practice counting pool balls and writing numbers from 1-20
  • Spin to 20 – a fun winter game to practice numbers to 20
  • Ice Cream Cone Puzzles – kids will have fun counting to 20 using 10 frames in this delicious activity
  • Puddle Jump – a gross motor game for practicing numbers 1-20

Count to 30 Games

Count to 100 Games

Lots of fun clever ways for kindergartners to practice counting

Kindergarten Addition & Subtraction

In kindergarten, kids begin to learn how to add and subtract numbers. Since addition and subtraction can be a tricky concept for kids to understand, it’s important to use hands-on activities and games that give them a tactile way to learn. Once they’ve got the basics down, you can move on to teaching addition and subtraction equations, helping them solve even more math problems.

Lots of fun, hands on addition games for kindergartners

Kindergarten Measurements, Shapes, Telling Time, Skip Counting, and Money

There are many math skills a kindergartener needs to learn in addition to numbers and counting. Measurements, shapes and telling time should all be a part of your math curriculum in kindergarten. Kids should learn how to recognize shapes, start telling time and begin to take measurements so that they can compare objects. These foundational math skills will help kids as they learn new math concepts each year.

Kindergarten Math

These fun activities and math games will make practicing kindergarten math fun and easy to master.

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Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of Kindergarten Worksheets and Games. As a busy mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! Browse through more than 200,000 pages of FREE worksheets & educational activities for kindergartners! Plus don't miss her other sites and

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