Text Options for the Visually Impaired Font Size: a- A+ Color: A A A Revert 
Close vision bar
Open vision bar
Math in Kindergarten

 Kindergarten Math 

This year your child will have the opportunity to build mathematical concepts by manipulating objects and through real life experiences.
Mathematics is incorporated into many everyday classroom routines. Concepts that your child will be learning include:

*count forward and backward orally and on a number line to 20

*count with one-to-one correspondence     

*count by 1's, 5's and 10's

*count to 100

*compare and order numbers and objects

*identify, match and divide sets

*identify ordinal position to fifth

*act out and draw pictures for addition and subtraction stories

*add single digit numbers

*identify and count pennies, nickels, and dimes

*identify quarters and one-dollar bills

*write numerals to 100 (by 1’s, 5’s, and 10’s)

*identify one half and one fourth

*identify right and left and use other positional words and phrases

*identify, sort and compare geometric shapes and solids

*identify line of symmetry and create symmetrical designs

*sort and identify sorting rule

*identify and extend patterns and geometric designs

*graph real objects and pictures

*tell and show time to the hour

*use a calendar and identify its parts (months, days of week)

*identify which of two events takes more or less time

*compare, order and measure using standard and nonstandard units


Concepts will be introduced in whole group and small group lessons. Students will apply and extend what has been introduced through independent and cooperative work.
After students have had ample opportunity to build a concept through manipulating objects, they will be encouraged to record their work by writing and drawing in their math journals.



Contact Us
Boyd County Public Schools
1104 Bob McCullough Drive
Ashland, KY 41102
View Map & Directions
Phone: 606-928-4141
Fax: 606-928-4771