Kindergarten Math Curriculum
In what order should Kindergarten students complete
We decided to create our own Kindergarten math curriculum.
Following the math worksheets and lessons in this order will make it easy
for parents, teachers, and most of all students.
The curriculum guide is broken into two topics per week. This is
a good pace for Kindergarten students during the school year. Over
the summer, you might want to do two weeks of work every week. Just
follow the weeks in order to follow the curriculum guide.
If your student is more advanced than the early weeks, fill free
to skip ahead. We would suggest that it is perfectly alright and even
advantageous to allow students to succeed early on. As it will help
them to build "math confidence".
- Color Based On Directions
- Comparing Objects
- Connect the Dots
- Counting From Zero
- Count and Write 1 to 20
- Counting By 2s, 5s, and 10s
- Counting By Drawing
- Counting By a Number Range
- Picture Addition
- Counting By Number Ranges
- Counting By Numbers
- Counting Sets of Numbers
- Counting to 10
- Counting: Match Items To Numbers
- How Many Are There?
- Addition Numbers 0 to 9 Vertical and Horizontal
- Shape, Color, and Number Match
- Which Weighs More Or Less?
- Estimating the Half Way Point
- Identifying Shapes
- Grouping Numbers
- Numbers Line Addition
- Which Shape Doesn't Belong
- Using A Number Line to Do Addition
- Simple Pattern Skills
- Estimate on a Number Line
- Ordinal Numbers
- Learning Shapes
- Following Directions With Shapes
- Missing Numbers Counting
- Picture Subtraction
- Counting Change
- Simple Word Problems
- Visual Subtraction