Have a wonderful time learning about math with these fun dinosaur kindergarten math worksheets, didn’t I tell you I was going to be hitting out these kindergarten math worksheets out of the park.
My son is such a worksheet junkie I just can’t keep up. While I don’t believe in keeping all school work to worksheets and do enjoy them once in a while and my two youngest just seem to love them, they never complain about them.
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 son’s favorite puzzles. We’ve been studying dinosaurs for the first half of this year. I think I’m all dinsoaured out but my son can’t get enough.
I gathered different material 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.
Other dinosaur activities:
- Felt Dinosaur Activity
- Paper Mache Dinosaur Land
- Dinosaur Sensory Bin – guest post on Golden Reflections blog
- Dinosaur Lacing Cards
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.
National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs (National Geographic Little Kids First Big Books)Dinosaur!How Do Dinosaurs Play with Their Friends?Dinosaur Dig!The Berenstain Bears’ Dinosaur DigHow Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?