Word Problems for Kindergarten – November Edition


This pack contains 20 addition and subtraction word problems (10 of each) for Kindergarten students (addition and subtraction within 10) that are perfect for November!

It requires little to no prep – just print and that’s it! Plus, all items are in black and white and require no color ink.

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This pack contains word problems with November/fall themes such as pumpkins, leaves, Thanksgiving, Veterans Day, and more.

It was designed for Kindergarten students in November. This set is just beginning addition and subtraction. This is the first set that contains written equations. They are set up for the student. The numbers are put into the equation for the student, and they solve using the ten frame and pictures, then write the answer. These packs get progressively harder over the fall months, and by December are set up for them to create and solve equations.

There is also a cover page if you want to have a word problem journal. Simply print the entire pack 2-sided, staple, and your students have a word problem journal for the month!

***TIPS and Instructions – Students listen to or read the word problem (in Kindergarten, it is almost always necessary to read the problems aloud). They may use the included number line and 10 frame (both are on every page) or their own pictures to help them solve the problems. They then write the numbers in the equation template which is set up for them.

It is up to you if you require the drawings. I often teach my students that using circles or tallies can count as a drawing because I don’t want the focus to be the “artwork.” I am hopeful these help you and your Kindergarteners develop word problem practice!

This pack supports the following Common Core Standards:

When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.

Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.

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What educators are saying:

My kids have really enjoyed these monthly word problems!
Kimberly B.

My SPED students have grown tremendously in math using these packets!
— Jenny F.

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