Worried about your child’s math skills slipping this summer? Have fun with these summer kindergarten math worksheets and bring the beach into your learning time.
We take a break from our regular homeschool routine and I get to bring out stuff we never got to during the school year. I like to bring in fun things or unit studies that we never had a chance of completing.
And now we have tons more fun printable kindergarten worksheets to share.
Since we pause from our regular math curriculum, I like to make my own math worksheets for my daughter to see if she can apply what she’s learned in a different way. Her regular math curriculum is Saxon Math so it’s a nice change of pace.
We love using these summer math worksheets to keep our brains sharp and focused. They’re simple and festive and just really quite fun to do.
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Since they’re all about math and learning, they’re just even more fun once you can add in summer pictures as well. Your kiddos will love the bright colors that are included in these worksheets as well.
We’ve actually branched out and used these math worksheets for a lot of learning fun. The kids love being able to count and also look at the pictures and I love that these worksheets keep them focused and excited about summer.
Even though the math is geared towards early learners, it’s a really fun packet to do with a wide variety of ages. Any time that you can get them interested in learning, why not?
And the best part about these summer math worksheets? They’re 100% free to download and use for your own supplemental learning! Don’t let summer slide happen to your kids where they forget everything that they knew before the summer break happened.
Instead, use these simple math worksheets to get them excited and ready to learn even more!
Summer Kindergarten Math Worksheets
Below is what is included in these summer math worksheets!
- 2 number recognition pages
- 2 addition pages
- 2 subtraction pages
- 2 skip counting pages
Print these out and your child can keep up with their math skills and have fun at the same time. It’s a lot more fun counting dolphins than plain old numbers.
Recommended Summer Books for Kids
To extend the activity, read some fun summer books, read about the beach, or their favorite bug or bird that they saw on their last walk. Summer means more time outdoors, start a garden, and watch the plants as they grow.
Add a fun summer book to keep your child reading over the summer. Reading is a skill that needs to be practiced regularly or they start to forget.
Below are some of our favorite summer reading books that go great with these summer kindergarten math sheets as well.
Recommended Summer Toys
These fun summer toys will get your kids outside and enjoying the hot weather instead of staying inside staring at screens.
After they’ve completed the math sheets, they’ll love going outside and playing with these fun toys!
Crayola Outdoor Chalk, Glitter Sidewalk Chalk, Summer Toys, 5 CountKKONES Sprinkler pad & Splash Play Mat 68Kangaroo Super Water BeadsJoyin Toy 12 Pack 14’’ Big Bubble Wand Assortment (1 Dozen) – Super Value Pack of Summer Toy Party Favor
Once you click on the link, the file will automatically download it to the download folder on your device.
More Summer Worksheets
Like this summer worksheet? See the other Summer Learning Printables here and stay tuned for the new ones.