Hi everyone, I have some new fun kindergarten number recognition and counting worksheets to share with you today! I’ve been working with Tinker Bell on skip counting, as well as higher level counting and I wanted a fun way to do that. So what better thing than some fun number maze worksheets!
–> Download the Kindergarten Number Maze Worksheets <–
What is included? There are 7 different maze sheets included:
- Skip Counting by 2s: 2-50
- Skip Counting by 5s: 5-100
- Skip Counting by 10s: 10-200
- Counting by 1s: 1-30
- Counting by 1s: 30-50
- Counting by 1s: 50-80
- Counting by 1s: 80-100
There are a lot of different ways to use these sheets, here are a few ideas to help you get started:
- Use highlighters or markers to color each square
- Laminate and use dry-erase markers to complete the maze (Mazes can then be re-used)
- Use with do-a-dot markers
- Place sheet on a magnetic board and use pom-pom magnets, or colorful button magnets
- Use cheerios, gold fish, M&Ms, raisins, or any other edible manipulative, then eat your completed maze!
I hope you enjoy the Kindergarten Number Mazes and that your students have fun learning their numbers!
These activities are part of my K4 Curriculum geared towards kindergartners. If you have a preschooler you might want to check out my Letter of the Week Curriculum, click on the images below to see more activities.
**Please note: If you downloaded my K4 Curriculum prior to 5/22/2012 and would like these free additions, please email me for updated download links!
I’m having trouble printing these, it just prints the rabbit and the carrot. Is there some special something I’m missing. Thank you, these are really awesome!
Thanks so much! Printing right now!
beyond perfect timing! i was trying to make some of these yesterday. thank you for saving my sanity!
Thank you. These are wonderful
I just ordered your K4 Curriculum, and I am SO excited to get my CD. My little boy is going to love “doing school” with these wonderful activities. Thank you for all you do and for sharing it!!
Just wanted to say thank so much for these. My 5 yr old who is not a fan of math worksheets is having so much fun with these. 🙂
Hi! Thank you for this fresh idea. I am planning on using your mazes as a road map for skip counting practice for other numbers besides 2 and 10 for older kids. I love your suggestion of using a do-a-dot marker. This summer we are “attacking math facts”. They are already doing great! Especially with the carrot of going to a local waterpark as a reward! Happy homeschooling!
Thank you so much for this website I have really enjoyed the tools of learning and enrichment. 🙂
Thanks for sharing these! We’re working on skip counting to prepare for multiplication and my little learner loves mazes…so these are the perfect combo!
Thank you for your amazing ideas and for the great opportunity of printing this out. My 5-year-old loves them!