Math (K)

The following is my Kindergarten Math curriculum. As time goes on I will continue to add projects that correspond with these units. You can also find projects on my pinterest boards.

Counting Unit – Count to 100, backwards from 10, by 2s, 5s, and 10s to 100.

Fractions Unit – Identify fractions for halves and fourths

Money Unit – Recognize and count money

Addition/Subtraction Unit – Learn to add and subtract with concrete objects

Measurements – Identify units of measurement, and measuring with non-traditional instruments

Data Unit – Gather data and put into simple graphs

Clocks Unit – Telling time on analog and digital clocks

** When making my kindergarten curriculum I started with Virginia’s Standards of Learning. While I am not a fan of the SOL tests I do not have a problem with the information that is covered. I felt using the information covered in the SOLs as a baseline for my curriculum would ensure my children were learning the same subject matter as their peers. I wanted to go beyond that though. I built up my curriculum by adding information from other online curriculums, and my sons interests. **



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