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PBS KIDS games for Preschoolers and Kindergartners

dotTry other fun and exciting PBS KIDS math based related online games for preschoolers and kindergartners. These games are just a listing and not age specific.
Go back to Preschool & Kindergarten Math Games.


Choose a Game:

starsCaillou:

  • Follow the Stars with Caillou
    Click the colorful blinking stars with Caillou




  • patternCyberchase:

  • Cyber Pattern Player
    Make patterns you can see – and hear, too!




  • symmetryCyberchase:

  • Symmetrizer
    Make awesome shapes!




  • disguiseCyberchase:

  • Disguise Combos
    The kids need your help making up disguises!




  • countSesame Street:

  • Number of the Day
    Count with the Count




  • barneyBarney:

  • Rectangle, triangle, circle or square?
    Play a matching and counting game to practice math skills.
    • Mark

      I miss playing The Number of the Day game with the count while counting objects in the background pictures

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