Dinosaur Kindergarten Math Worksheets
Do you have a dinosaur fan? Have a wonderful time learning about math with these fun dinosaur kindergarten math worksheets
Math doesn’t have to be boring worksheets all day long. Let’s add some fun to math and engage your dinosaur lover during math at the same time. My boys loved adding dinosaurs to their math lessons.
It just made math more fun. Now you can do it too.
Check out more fun dinosaur activities kids will love here.
The 15 page printable includes two pages each of number recognition, addition, subtraction, patterns, and ten frames. There are also 3 connect the dot puzzles which are my son’s favorite puzzles. We’ve been studying dinosaurs for the first half of this year. I think I’m all dinosaured out but my son can’t get enough.
I gathered different materials from a variety of other resources for our dinosaur lapbook, why reinvent the wheel. But for the most part, we’ve been reading a lot of dinosaur books and completing written or oral narrations of them.
My first grader loves drawing but hates writing. I have to do a separate post for our books, there are so many.
I remember going through the same thing with my oldest and he still remembers a lot of the dinosaur facts we studied. This is why it’s so great to incorporate their passions into learning, it makes it a lot more memorable.
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Recommended Dinosaur Math Resources
Add more dinosaurs to your math lessons with these games, math manipulatives and activities. You will make math a treat with any of these math resources.
Learning Resources Dino Math Tracks Game – A Place Value Math Game, Addition and Subtraction Dinosaur Game, Kindergarten Games, Ages 6+Hapinest Dinosaur Math Counters Color Sorting and Counting Activity Set – Educational Learning Games for Toddlers Preschool and Homeschool – Like Counting BearsLearning Resources Counting Dino-Sorters Math Activity Set, Dinosaur Sorting Toy, 65 Pieces, Ages 3+A Trapezoid Is Not a Dinosaur!Dinosaur Color By Numbers: Coloring Book for Kids Ages 4-8Learning Resources MathLink Cubes Kindergarten Math Activity Set: Dino Time! 115 Pieces, Easter Toys for kids, Ages 5+ Kindergarten STEM Activities, Math Games for Kids, Mathlink Cubes Activity Set
Recommended Math Worksheet Supplies
- Printer (I have this one I love!)
My kids had a wonderful time playing with the dinosaur sensory bin and it was a nice change from their regular sensory bin filled with spoons and cups.
Recommended Dinosaur Books for Kids
Pair this activity with your favorite dinosaur books, we have a long list of favorite dinosaur books. My kids loved the giant picture books, both my boys know so much about dinosaurs, it’s crazy.
Tiny T. Rex and the Impossible Hug (Dinosaur Books, Dinosaur Books for Kids, Dinosaur Picture Books, Read Aloud Family Books, Books for Young Children)Oh No! My Dinosaur Wants a Bath!: A Funny Book for Kids Ages 3-5, Ages 6-8, Children’s Books, Preschool, Kindergarten (The Silly Adventures of Ziggy and James)The Dinosaur Who Discovered HamburgersHow to Catch a DinosaurDinosaur Encyclopedia for Kids: The Big Book of Prehistoric CreaturesHave You Seen My Dinosaur? (Beginner Books(R))
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You can use your dinosaurs as math manipulatives when they’re doing their math lessons. You can use them to add and subtract with them.
You can also use them or more or less questions, like how much is two more than three dinosaurs?
You can use them for patterns and greater than and less than questions as well.
You can introduce smaller multiplication questions as you group your dinosaurs together for 2 groups of 3 or 2×3.
Recommended Dinosaur Activity Kits
If you want your kids to have a fun dinosaur activity, I recommend you grab one or both of these activity kits for your dinosaur-lover kid. The first one is a Dinosaur Adventure Kit which includes dinosaur toys, play dough, kinetic sand and more! The second one is a Dinosaur Sensory Bin that stimulates many areas of your kid’s development.
Download the Dinosaur Kindergarten Math Worksheets below
More Dinosaur Activities
Dinosaur Connect the Dots Printable
Dinosaur Sensory Bin – guest post on Golden Reflections blog
Dinosaur Pack by 3 Dinosaurs
Dinosaur Salt Crystal Science Experiment by STEAMsational
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This is an extremely cute idea. I have to say, however, that there a couple of mistakes. More importantly, I think it is poor form to have children adding two different types of dinosaurs. It is not in anyone’s best interest, as later we will be telling children that they cannot add X+Y, apples+oranges, etc. There is no reason to teach them incorrectly now and have to rectify it later.
I disagree, you will need to know if you can add different types of fruit and later learn that you can’t add X and Y without adverse effects. Thanks for your thoughts.
Ack! These are precious. Thanks for linking up with Family Fun Friday! 🙂
Thank you! My second daughter loves dinosaurs and I’m starting math and Kindergarten activities with her, so these are perfect. She’ll have fun! 🙂
I hope she loves them.
These are so cute, thank you very much.
Fun! My little guy would love this!
AWE! This is so cute! I love all of your great worksheet ideas. Thanks for sharing!
What a great idea and it’s super cute. I’m sure the kids love having them. Thanks for sharing your priintables with us at Funtastic Friday.
What a great resource! Love the worksheets, and can’t wait to work through them with my daughter. Thanks for linking up to THis is How We Roll linky party!