Check out these fun kindergarten math books. The stories are entertaining with simple texts and engaging pictures, making them suitable for a read-aloud. Even beginner readers can read them independently.
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Best Math Books For Kindergarten
Ten Black Dots is a fun picture book introducing basic math concepts. Learn what can one do with ten dots. Author Donald Crews uses black dots to represent things children can see in day-to-day life. Kids will practice counting numbers, explore creativity, etc through this visual learning book. A fun read-aloud in the classroom and at home.
Fish Eyes: A Book You Can Count On teaches kids basic addition in a fun way. The book is interactive with eye cutout. A perfect math book for reluctant kindergarteners.
My Kindergarten Math Workbook This workbook helps learn and practice math concepts through fun activities and games. A total of 101 games are included. Concepts include – basic addition, subtraction, money, odds/even, counting by 2s, 5s, and 10.
12 Ways to Get to 11 Go on a counting adventure with author Eve Merriam. And learn about 12 ways one can get to 11. A book appealing to kids to be imaginative and do maths in their minds. A highly recommended math picture book by parents and educators.
The Greedy Triangle – a popular picture book for learning about shapes. Bored with its shape, a triangle visits a local shapeshifter and adds another angle to his shape. Now it has become a quadrilateral! But it does not stop there and keeps on adding angles and completely transforming with each one. The story is cute, engaging and entertaining.
Anno’s Counting Book Author Mitsumasa Anno created this book with the concept that maths is always around us and every child is a natural mathematician. Find and learn many mathematical relationships happening in our surrounding day-to-day life. There are 12 scenes, each representing the 12 months of the year. Scene number has one of each item, scene number has two of each, and so on. There are no words, as your turn the pages, children are already performing basic maths. The illustration gives a classic feel.
Sort it Out! Packy the Packrat’s mother wants him to sort his collection of trinkets. Join Packy and he organizes things in different piles as per attributes. Kids will explore the concept of size, shape, texture color. A fun and humorous math story for 5-year-olds.
One Is a Snail, Ten is a Crab Who had ever thought of learning to count by feet! Just go to the beach and explore a bunch of fun-loving animals, insects, humans and sharpen your observation and counting skills. A highly engaging way to teach skip counting to kids.
Tally O’Malley Join Eric, Bridget, and Nell in a game of tally on the way to the beach. Have fun counting the cars and T-shirts. The book covers tally marks 1-10 in an engaging way. A great book for kids struggling with the concept. Also, check out the additional activities at the end.
Quack and Count teaches addition cleverly. Join the adventure of seven ducklings as they get ready to fly for the first time. And learn to count along the way. The pictures are bright and the concept is simple, making it suitable for beginner readers.
If You Were a Plus Sign What would you do if you were a plus sign? Have fun doing addition up and down or side by side. With creative examples and fun illustrations, this book introduces different concepts of addition and word problems.
If You Were a Minus Sign Have fun subtracting food, balloons, and other everyday items. Kindergarteners will learn all about the signs and solving problems creatively. The text is easy to understand, engaging and the illustrations are playful.
Kindergarten Math With Confidence If you are looking for a student workbook covering all kindergarten math concepts, this is a good choice. Included is a step-by-step instructor guide for parents. Kids would master counting to 100, writing numbers, addition, subtraction, shapes, patterns, coins, time, and measurement.
Balancing Act Two mice are playing with a teeter-totter. Then comes a frog. Can they balance? What happens when more animals start coming? Kids will learn the concept of equal, heavier, lighter with this fun picture book.
100 Days of Timed Tests This math workbook has over 100 days of addition and subtraction practice problems for digits 0-20. Kids can practice the timed tests that get tougher gradually. A popular and highly recommended book by parents.
One Hundred Hungry Ants Use this fun read-aloud math book to teach concepts of division, multiplications, skip counting to kids. The story starts with a hundred hungry ants marching to the destination of a picnic. Since it was taking long, the ants divided into two rows. They again divide further, and it goes on. Kids end up learning the math concepts without even realizing it.