October brings in the autumn colors and the spooky season! After hearing a ton of positive feedback about our worksheets, we are expanding them! Here at Spark Math by Spark Education, we help kids master math skills and nurture essential problem-solving strategies and critical thinking skills that ensure their success in math and beyond. As such, we will bring you a themed worksheet that exercises these skills and we are kicking it off with our Spark Education Halloween: Free Kindergarten Math Worksheets!
Spark Education wants to make learning fun with these Halloween Free Kindergarten Math Worksheets!
Spark Math worksheets are not boring mass-produced time-fillers. Our educational experts designed these as a way to give students just a small taste of the type of math subject matter we cover in Spark Math. these worksheets provide engaging questions that push students to think critically and develop good problem-solving habits. We represent abstract math concepts using actual objects to help students gain a deeper and better understanding. The full Spark Math experience goes far beyond what we can bring in a worksheet. Our experienced teachers guide students toward math mastery at each level using gamified learning, exciting characters, and narrative curriculums on our specialized math courseware. Try a Free Trial Today!
Kindergarten Math Subjects Covered
Spark Math curriculum is aligned to the Common Core State Standards. We reflect this in our worksheets by providing a range of essential math skills at the respective grade level. These worksheets can serve as a useful tool for students that are still working their way to be at grade level or ones that are above grade level but need a little refresher. Note, this worksheet does not cover all the skills for kindergarten math mastery; however, it does provide a great slice of math content.
Math Skills Covered
- Basic Geometry and Shapes
- Pattern Recognition
- Counting 1-20
- Counting On (Introduction to Addition)
- Counting Back (Introduction to Subtraction)
- Addition with numbers 20 and below
- Subtraction with numbers 20 and below
- Basic Equations
- Telling Time
- Story Problems
Top Math Skills Your Kid Learns in Kindergarten
Kindergarten acts as the foundation of elementary school math and there are some skills that kids definitely need to pick up from this. Believe it or not, starting in Kindergarten kids should get comfortable with Geometry. They won’t be using the Pythagorean theory, but they should know the different types of primary shapes and how to describe them. For numbers, kids should be able to comfortably count up to 20, but ideally higher. Within the base of 20, kids should be able to do simple addition, subtraction, and put them in basic equations. All of those critical skills will be tested in the worksheet and for more information, please check out our blog about the top Kindergarten math skills here.
Helping Your Child Toward Math Success
Worksheets are an important way to get your child to master math concepts and learn new ones at home. Sometimes a worksheet isn’t enough and students need something more to unlock their potential.
Spark Math takes children from Pre-K to 6th Grade on a math adventure to learn and master the most crucial math skills at each level. Our online course can be taken anywhere in the world from the comfort of your home. Classes are done in small group format to facilitate peer learning and increase social interaction. Live teachers lead students through each lesson and provide assistance when needed. The Spark Education curriculums use gamified learning to make math fun and engaging. Kids learn new topics in an exciting way that keeps them focused and growing. Help your child Spark their math potential with a free trial today.
Do you need worksheets for other grade levels? Check out here for a full lineup of Halloween worksheets!
- 2 more than 2 is 4, 2+2=4
- 3 less than 7 is 4, 7-3=4
- 4 o’clock, 6 o’clock
- Benny has 7