Kindergarten math worksheets allow a parent or teacher to present documents to children usually around five (5) years of age. Often times parents see their children hate or fear mathematics in school. This could be as a result of peer pressure, pressure from educators who have less and less time these days, to spend one on one time with students experiencing difficulty, it could even be a result of how parents react to low grades with their children and the need for their friends, educators and parents approval.
Inasmuch as children often struggle with math in school it seems that if they could be convinced that math isn’t some dark abyss that they have fallen into and will be forced to tolerate over 13 years from kindergarten to graduation, their attitudes may change. Human beings naturally respond well to enjoyable situations. There must be more ways to make math, a fun place to be in their minds.
If only there were a way to show young children that math can truly be an adventure, a wonderful world of understanding and not a negative experience to fear. It’s likely that once children begin to understand math as a positive experience at a young age, we may just begin to see improvements in math scores even on a national level.
Practice with math, just as with anything else in life will most likely improve a child’s attitude toward math. Achieving higher scores in math alone is bound to improve a child’s level of self confidence toward math and achievement is a reward within itself.
The worksheets in the links above designed to help improve kindergarten children’s understanding in the subject of math, will likely assist children in gaining a positive start and keep them on track to mathematical growth in their years to come.