Are you on the hunt for some fun Valentine day themed learning?
You’re in luck! These free Kindergarten Valentine Printable Math Worksheets are awesome!
These are perfect to add to your homeschool lesson plan for February.
Honestly, they could be used for preschool or even up to first grade, just depending on where your young learner is at with Math. (Scroll to the bottom of the post to get this pack delivered to your email.)
These are perfect for homeschoolers and distance learners as well.
This free printable pack includes six printable pages of math learning with ten frames, simple addition and subtracting, number tracing 1-20. heart coloring and more.
This pack was made with Kindergarten students in ind.
Continue the learning and incorporate some fine motor skills and use some ten block or math links and let your young learner count using manipulative.
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How Do You Teach Kindergarten Math?
Kids learn using books, worksheets, manipulative, playing and talking.
Worksheets are a great to allow children to practice and reinforce skills they have learned.
How Do Worksheets Help Children Learn?
Worksheets are a great assessment tool so that you can see what your child has learned and what areas you might need to continue to give more instruction on.
What Kind of Math Do Kindergarteners Learn?
In Kindergarten children are learning basic math skills. They learn number recognition, counting, simple patterns, how to sort objects as well as concepts like less, more and basic adding and subtracting.
These Valentine math printable worksheets cover many of these skills.
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What Number Should a 5 Year Old Count to?
A five year old by the end of Kindergarten should be able to count to 100 verbally and should be able to read and recognize numbers 1-20. That said, keep in mind that all children learn at a different pace.