Welcome to our kindergarten area.
To learn mathematics properly and make a smooth transition between kindergarten and first grade, your child should start learning the logic behind numbers through counting, ordering, and comparing, as well as writing numbers and controlling their pencils.
Here you will find a wide range of free kindergarten math activities and other fun math resources for your child to enjoy. These sheets will help your child understand the concept of most, least, biggest, smallest; count up to 10 objects; compare a range of different objects and compare numbers up to 20.
Kindergarten Learning plan
In Kindergarten children learn the logic behind numbers through counting, ordering, and comparing. Children also learn to correctly write and correctly form numbers from 1 to 20.
After your child has learned to count objects up to 10 and write their numbers, they are ready to start counting one more and one less.
Other recommended subjects for this age are addition and subtraction in small numbers, comparing sizes, basic figures, and composite figures.
Children should explore different shapes and play various games to broadly understand mathematical concepts through real-world objects.