Math eBooks for children

Math eBooks for children, Free downloads in PDF format, print out and use in school or at home.

Free math eBooks for children available for instant download. Each eBook contains about 10 pages each containing exercises under different math topics. If you are a teacher or parent looking for extra teaching resources to supplement your course, this is the right hub for you. Please help us share this resources with your friends and students. This page will constantly be updated with new math ebooks, but for now topics covered include: Addition, subtraction, numbers, telling time, shapes and geometry.

Addition

  • This addition workbook contains basic addition problems for kids in kindergarten and first grade. Kids are introduced to the concept with the aid of pictures that illustrate what it means to add. After working on such exercises, kids can start solving problems that do not contain pictures.  Click to find out more.
  • Addition with pictures
  • Addition without pictures & more

Counting and tracing up to ten

  • Learn to count and trace numbers up to ten, count apples, cats, horses and other items. Each page also contains numbers to trace following the order of the strokes. After that kids can independently start writing numbers.  This is a great way to start off children with number concepts.  Click to find out more.
  • Tracing and counting
  • Tracing, recognition & more

Counting flash cards up to ten

  • Teach kids how to count by using flash cards. Each card contains pictures of objects and fruits which visually appeal to young learners. These cards can also be used for playing classroom games by groups of kids or by parents who need to give their kids extra practice at home. Click to find out more.
  • Counting nine apples
  • Counting ten apples & more

Numbers and counting activities

  • Learn numbers with worksheets in this workbook. Featuring are activities on number lines, comparison of numbers, counting with the aid of tally marks, representing with tallies, finding number positions in a sequence and more. Print out these sheets for extra practice at home or in school. Click to find out more.
  • Number lines
  • Number positions on number lines

Shapes

  • Learn basic shapes in math like circle, square, rectangle, pentagon, hexagon, triangle, and more. Improve skills in geometry by learning to color, spell and trace the spellings of shape names. After this exercise, start relating shapes to everyday objects, 3 D shapes and more. Find out more
  • Shape, square & tracing names
  • Shapes, triangle, tracing & more

Spelling numbers up to ten

  • Practice spelling numbers from one to ten.  By using these worksheets, kids can learn to recognize numbers by first coloring, tracing and counting the number of objects. These worksheets can start off kids on number words spellings from 1 to 10. From here they can build on other number vocabulary.
  • Spelling number nine worksheet
  • Spelling number ten & more

Subtraction

  • Practice subtraction with the aid of objects on pictures. At the start kids will be introduced to the concept of subtraction visually. After crossing this initial phase children can print and start practicing on worksheets that contain no visual aids. This workbook will also be helpful for teachers in school and for parents at home.
  • Subtraction without pictures
  • Subtracting two numbers & more

Tell time

  • Teach kids how to tell time with the aid of worksheets in this workbook. Featuring are activities on tracing time e.g. 1:00 o’ clock, 2:00 o’clock etc. After exhausting the activities in this workbook children will be able to read time on their watches and wall clocks so as to get ready for school, play or sleep
  • Telling time two o' clock
  • Tracing time, ten o' clock & more

Telling and tracing time

  • Learn time with the aid of flash cards. Teach kids the notion of time in class through games using these flash cards in different ways you choose to. Some teachers use flash cards as a game tool while others use it to complement activities on worksheets.  After practicing with these, start applying it to daily life situations.
  • Tracing time, three o' clock
  • Tracing time, two o' clock