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This page contains links to free math worksheets for Preschool and Kindergarten problems. Click one of the buttons below to see all of the worksheets in each set. You can also use the 'Worksheets' menu on the side of this page to find worksheets on other math topics.

These addition and subtraction math worksheets are a perfect first-introduction to math problems for kids in either kindergarten or preschool. All problems involve numbers less than ten, so they can be solved by counting on your fingers.

Preschool and Kindergarten MathThese worksheets introducing addition using the number line. Students can apply counting skills to visually solve simple addition problems and build the concepts needed to move on to numeric-only addition worksheets.

Addition with the Number LineIt's never too early to start out with worksheet practice, and these printable PDFs are the gentlest introduction to addition and subtraction you'll find.

The problems in this area of the site focus on math that can be counted on your fingers (or your toes, if you're so inclined.) This lets preschool or kindergarten age kids use simple finger counting skills to do addition or subtraction.

As those skills build, you'll be able to advance to more difficult problems and tools such as flash cards or timed drills will build the memorized vocabulary these operations demand for more advanced math topics. Once you're there, be sure to check out the worksheets in the links below...