Can you believe that school has already started for the year? Now, we have to get mentally ready and start up on our back to school routine. Our Canadian summer are so short. It seems like summer starts and is over before even realizing what happened! If you have children of all ages, these math worksheets are a great way to kick off the school year and start math on the right path. If you happen to have little ones starting kindergarten this year, these Back to School Kindergarten Math Worksheets are perfect to get them prepped and ready as well!
I know I’m not a fan of heading back to school because it means the lighter summer schedules goes back into full force come fall. I do appreciate the lighter workload but it’s definitely time to pick things back up once September comes around. No more relaxing during those calm summer months. It’s back to business most definitely.
Get your kids started with these fun math worksheets before you ease them into your regular math curriculum or homework. Easing them in at a slower pace will result in a better outcome than a drastic and sudden change!
Back to School Kindergarten Math Worksheets
- 2 number sense pages
- 2 addition pages
- 2 subtraction pages
- 2 skip counting pages
- Skip counting puzzles
There are also some number puzzles which can be printed out on card stock and put together easily.
I started making these for my son but he’s since moved on from this level, but they’ve always been fun to make and I figure my preschooler will have to go through the kindergarten material so I might as well build up a collection for her.
To extend this activity, read your favorite back to school books to get your kids ready to head on back to school. Help them set up a schedule so they’re ready to get back into their normal routine. Have them help choose some fun back to school lunches and snacks so they can help you get them ready once school starts.
The more routine that you can start to implement for them slowly, the better. While they may be excited about the start of school again, it’s important that they are mentally prepared as well as energy-level prepared to get back into the homeschooling classroom schedule.