Interactive Math: Kindergarten
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Don’t miss this low-prep, interactive, and hands-on, comprehensive math curriculum for Kindergarten! Interactive Math: Kindergarten provides a full year of hands-on and fun math activities and covers 4 days a week over 36 weeks. If you are looking for a program that excites your student(s), this program is designed to engage children while keeping the format easy and low-prep.
Each day your child will learn a lesson and enjoy an interactive game or activity to solidify the lesson. Your child will learn to love math! Our math curriculum coordinates perfectly with our R.E.A.D. Curriculum Notebook.
Please note this is a downloadable product only, nothing physical will be mailed. Binder and elements in photos are for illustrative purposes only.
⭐Simple, Low-Prep Format
⭐Interactive & Hands-On
⭐Meets or Exceeds Standards
⭐Multiple Students & Abilities
⭐Simple Format Outlines
⭐No Expensive Teacher Guides
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Kindergarten Math Curriculum
Hands-On Kindergarten Math Curriculum
Our Interactive Math is an engaging, no-prep, print-&-go, and packed full of fun-filled with hands-on printables with key math standards for Kindergarten. Included in this 300+ page bundle is a wide variety of number worksheets, counting worksheets, math games, and interactive activities. Your students will understand critical concepts of math while having a blast learning! This weekly math curriculum is scheduled over a 4-day week and coordinates perfectly with our READ Kindergarten Program.
Covers Key Standards & Skills
This set includes a wide variety of key Kindergarten Math Activities:
- Hundreds Chart
- Shapes Chart
- Number Lines/Words
- 2D & 3D Shapes
- Left & Right Identification
- Days of the Week
- Months of the Year
- Telling Time & Clock Chart
- Coin or Currency Value
- Number Bonds: Addition & Subtraction
- Skip Counting
- Place Value
- Shape Symmetry
- Even & Odd Numbers
This Kindergarten Math Curriculum builds and develops a wide variety of mathematical skills including:
- Sequential & Number Order
- Number Identification
- Number Comparision
- Classify Objects
- Adding & Subtracting Equations
- Introduce Double-Digit up to 20
- Understand Shape Attributes
- Extend Counting to 120
- Understand Place Value
- Measure Lengths
- Practice Telling Time
- Sequencing & Number Order
- Build Fine Motor Skills
- Graphing & Comparing
Print & Go Curriculum!
How to Use:
With a simple weekly format, this program will print in the exact order you need everything. Most families will print the program front to back and place it inside a 3-ring binder. This bundle is fantastic for teaching math using a hands-on, kinestetic approach. Here's an overview of the included daily activities:
Daily Math Skills Activities:
For each daily lesson, students receive an instructional worksheet covering a new concept or skill. Students follow simple instructions to complete the activity. As the week progresses, students build upon each specific skill with new and engaging activities. Each daily lesson is reinforced with a hands-on activity that prints on the back side of the page.
Quarter 1: Weeks 1 - 9
Counting Numbers to 20:
Review with students numbers up to 20 by writing numbers 0 - 20, counting 'how many?', using counting on activities, counting and dab, graphing up to 5, spin and frame games,and more! Students will practice number recognition, counting, and sequencing with hands-on learning techniques that are fun and engaging!
Number Line Activities & Games:
Review with students number order, counting, sequencing & addition with number line bonds, missing numbers, addition problems with number lines, number line games, and more! Students will understand addition using objects, fingers, mental images, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.
Our fun and interactive number printables will allow students to master their ordinal numbers, counting to 100, and counting by 10's. Kids will gain many key Kindergarten standards including Understanding each successive number name refers to a larger number sequence, counting forwards, counting backward, and learning how to use a numbers chart for reference.
Review 2D Shapes along with their amazing attributes! Kids will review circle, oval, triangle, rhombus, diamond, square, rectangle, heart, star, and trapezoid. In addition, kids will learn to recognize shape names, attributes, symmetry, and shapes within shapes. Don't forget the scissors as they build their fine motor skills!
Addition Make 10 Worksheets:
Kids will practice various addition strategies and mental math exercises using our fun math activities and printables. From Sentences Sum Game to Spin & Color Snowball games, students will master addition concepts easily using a variety of exciting exercises!
Place Value and Base 10:
Students learn place value up to the hundreds with our engaging math worksheets. Kids will use ten frames, games, and exercises in expanded form to help them understand a harder concept much easier.
Review Every 5th Week
Review Every 5th Week:
Show what you know every 5th week within a 36-week math curriculum. Kids will review all concepts learn the four previous weeks beforehand and show off their newfound skill sets for Kindergarten. Kids will review on week 5, week 10, week 15, week 20, and week 25.
Quarter 2: Weeks 10 - 18
Subtraction from 20:
Our students will master many important math skills with our number lines, bonds, equations, and word problems. With our line number charts, games, number bonds, and subtraction problems, they'll learn the difficult concept of take away in little time! We've included the four parts of a subtraction formula to give kids an upper edge!
Number Value Worksheets:
Students learn to compare numbers using greater than, less than, and equal signs. Using high roller, adding and comparing number worksheets, and number war games, kids will easily grasp number value concepts learning to compare numbers using counting and matching strategies.
3D Shapes Activities:
Introduce 3D Shapes with 3D shape recognition and their attributes (color, orientation, size). Kids will learn composite shapes and identify a cube, cylinder, diamond, triangle, circle, oval, square, pentagon, trapezoid, star, rhombus, and rectangle. Students will have a ton of fun drawing step by step, practicing with games, and learning new 3D shapes with interactive activities.
Quarter 3: Weeks 19 - 27
Clock Charts and Telling Time:
Our students will love telling time with our easy-to-understand clock worksheets. Kids will master telling time with our digital and analog clock instructions with how many hours in a day and including AM and PM concepts. Our worksheets allow teachers to teach students halves, fourths, and quarters.
Counting Money Activities:
Introduce how currency works with our counting money activities. Students will learn the value of 4 coins including pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. What is the value of a quarter? Who is on the penny? Kids will learn how to answer these questions and more as they practice counting the value of coins with our lucky graph worksheets and currency worksheets.
Students will enjoy learning the days of the week and months of the year with our engaging activities and worksheets. Kids can color a calendar while practicing Monday through Sunday and months of the year. Use hands-on experiences to teach how many days are included in all 12 months of the year!
Quarter 4: Weeks 28 - 36
Subtraction Strategies Worksheets:
Kids will learn how to subtract by composing and decomposing numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones using objects and drawings. Kids can record each composition or decomposition by a writing an equation. In addition, students will understand that these numbers are composed of ten ones and one through nine.
Students will learn how to graph with our engaging bar graphs, pictographs, and surveys. Kids learn various skill sets like problem-solving, visual discrimination, and more. Use colorful utensils for a variety. Worksheets include sorting, graphing, and tallying math skills.
Skip Counting by 2s:
Students learn skip counting with engaging hands-on activities for math fact fluency. Kids will order multiples of 2, use dot to dot, count by 2s, and learn to use a hundred chart to count by 2s. In addition, kids will practice even and odd numbers, skipping up to 100, and learning through fun games.
Measurement Standards and Non-Standard Units:
Kids practice measuring in a variety of ways using rulers and capacity. Teach students to use measurements in cups, pints, quarts, and gallons and weight objects using a weight scale. Students will be able to express and compare the length of an object as a whole number of length units using shorter objects and understand the length measurement of an object.
Skip Counting by 5s:
Students learn skip counting with engaging hands-on activities for math fact fluency. Kids will order multiples of 5, use dot to dot, count by 5s, and learn to use a hundred chart to count by 5s. These math exercises are a great way to master numbers forward and backwards.
Sorting and Classifying Activities:
Use hands-on experiences to help students understand sorting and grouping by attributes. Kids will play games with dice, use shapes to cut and sort, and review objects to identify by heavy vs. light. Comparing and grouping objects is key to Kindergarten skills.
Bonus Printables for Hands-On Math Activities
Bonus Activities: Math Printables
Use our extra bonus activities for hands-on math experience! You'll discover tangrams, calendars, and fractions for extra practice, and engaging activities to keep kids happy learning and growing in Kindergarten Math Skills and Concepts!
Highly Recommended: Playdough, Q-Tips, Dice, Coins, Candy Graphing, Bead or Nut sorting, Cards, Money, Bingo Daubers
Optional: Peg Board & Rubber Bands, Snap Cubes, Pan Balance Scale, Judy Clock
BUNDLE & SAVE with our Kindergarten Bundle:
Heather Dennis (verified owner) –
I am sooooooooooooooo excited about the new math curriculum!! I literally did a dance when I got the email that it was released! I am a teacher turned stay at home mom and I have been using the alphabet and READ programs (as well as a lot of your other things) and I really appreciate the time put into them and the ease of use. My girls look forward to doing all the activities and I can see improvement! I have a busy schedule with 3 kids 5 and under so simple yet effective is my goal! The READ and Alphabet programs are really the best I have seen and the math looks to be no exception. The font, graphics, topics covered, interactive ability are just great and I can’t wait to get started with this! Keep up the good work! (…) Your price points are good to because buying a resource like this at the teacher supply store would cost more than $25 and would not cover as much as yours do!
Gina Phillips (verified owner) –
I am so glad that this is available. I had been on the fence for weeks on what to do for our math curriculum. When I saw this I knew it would be perfect. And the price is awesome when compared with other curriculum especially since I will be using it with two kiddos. I love the hands on component! I have one kiddo who loves traditional school work and so this will be perfect but I also have one with autism who cannot control a pencil so we are going to include him in all the hands on activities. I can’t wait to get started. (just a note: I was having issues downloading but Valerie is great when it comes to customer service and quickly emailed me an alternative way to download and even on a holiday weekend!)
Laura (verified owner) –
We have been using Craft Classroom’s READ curriculum and loving it. When I saw interactive MATH was available I was thrilled. It’s just the right speed for my 5 year old. All the pages look fun and interesting. This is a MATH curriculum I am excited to teach.
Linda Omuh –
This is a very good curriculum, very comprehensive yet not too complex for a child to understand. I love the activities and illustrations, can’t wait to introduce it to the children.
Christiana Chembars (verified owner) –
This curriculum is incredible!!!!!!!! My kindergartener literally BEGS to do this one EVERY DAY, and is flying through it! She can’t get enough!
So many attention-keeping worksheets and games.. interactive things you can do together, and even things they can do independently.
This is so well laid out, and explained. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!
the only thing i’d change is having a tad bit more explanation on HOW to do certain things and the WHY behind some of the math. (And numbered pages would be nice, but not necessary.)
This is a fantastic math curriculum… LOVE IT!
Kristen Lezotte (verified owner) –
This has been the best math curriculum. Basically it gives a daily worksheet/teaching and follows it up with a game. No 2 days are alike except on review weeks. My daughter flew through this and was able to really understand it. The way it is laid out is amazing. They explained it in a way she could also relate to the real world.
Parent participation is needed for the printed games, which I enjoyed it as much as she did. I would highly recommend this product.
This curriculum looks fantastic! The daily warm up folder is a great idea and is exactly what we would need.
Brook-Lyn (verified owner) –
Great curriculum for kindergarten! I am using this with my 3.5 year old right now and she is loving it! It is packed full of fun games and activities to introduce topics in a child friendly manner. Very happy with this purchase and it is a great price. One thing I wish was that they offered a package that included Canadian money instead (as we are a Canadian family using it) but I have just substituted our own money for that portion of the curriculum.
Margaret (verified owner) –
I am using the math curriculum to homeschool my 5 year old. Previously I used math u see and singapore for my 7 year old, but chose to do something different for my 5 year old. While we do love Singapore math, a teacher-turned-homeschoooler friend of mine told me that I needed a solid kindergarten math curriculum to prepare my 5 year old for Singapore first grade, and she recommended this resource. I have been very pleased so far. I love the colorful daily review folder and find the the topics covered are slightly more than some kindergarten math curriculums but still presented in a fun, time-efficient manner. As a mother to 3 young children, I appreciate that we can get this math done in about 10 minutes a day. Best of all, I’m seeing growth in understanding for my 5 year old and she looks forward to her math time every day.
jackie funk (verified owner) –
Excited to use the resources in the fall with our new group of kindergarten students. So many wonderful pages most importantly all in one place.
Sarah Humphrey (verified owner) –
I am using your interactive math for my kindergartener, homeschooled. I had a client over last week who is a recently retired 3rd grade teacher of 20+ years. She is raising her 7 year old great granddaughter who is in public school here in California. I showed her your curriculum. She said that it was way more comprehensive than what her granddaughter had been doing. She was so impressed that she went home that night and purchased it! Kudos on your great work!
Ariana Townsend (verified owner) –
This is just what we were looking for. Basically a collection of fun worksheets ranging an entire curriculum. Small amounts of guidance on how to actually teach the concepts, which allows us so much flexibility. All the other curriculums were at least twice as expensive (if not more) so it was great to have something I can print again and again with plenty of room for creativity and stress-free errors (just print a new sheet, no big deal!)
Thanks for sharing something cute, organized AND affordable!
I’ll quickly add that I homeschool all boys and they have had a lot of fun with the images so far. Not always so with other curriculums that I think are really lovely and they think are “lame” lol!
Jayda (verified owner) –
This is exactly what I was looking for! My kids are loving every minute of this curriculum.