This comprehensive kindergarten math curriculum provides you with a full year of hands-on math lessons, games and activities. This complete set includes an interactive daily warm-up folder and optional printable math manipulatives.
Covering 4 days/Week over 36-weeks, students complete a daily worksheet alongside a daily game or interactive activity. Designed to keep students engaged while keeping the prep-work to a minimum this set coordinates perfectly with our R.E.A.D. Curriculum Notebook.
Daily Warm-Up Folder: Each day your student will review their daily warm-up folder prior to starting any new lessons. This folder serves as a simple way to work on key math skills in small time chunks over the entire year. While we have teaching suggestions available, this is intended to be quick, unscripted time for you to connect with your student to cover key concepts.
Daily Lesson Worksheet
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.
Daily Hands-on Activities & Games
For each daily lesson, students complete a hands-on activity page or game to reinforce the new concept or skill. We’ve taken great care to make sure these games require minimal prep work and use supplies that you are likely to have on hand.
Interactive Math covers 4-days/week over 36-weeks and is a complete kindergarten math program. Prior to starting, students should have a good foundation in number recognition and number names. Over the course of the curriculum, students will learn number patterns, ordinal numbers, number value, addition, subtraction, counting by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s, place value, number bonds and more.
Practical Math: Each month students will focus on practical math concepts to develop necessary life-skills. These topics include counting money, telling time, using a ruler, estimating, reading a calendar and more.
Review Weeks: Review weeks cycle every 5 weeks and provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of concepts learned during the previous 4 weeks. Online math games targeting each concept are suggested for some extra fun practice while assessing student skill level. For more details please see the sample pages above or the chart below.
Watch the video above for a complete overview of Interactive Math for Kindergarten.
We used this in our first couple of months COVID homeschooling and it was a great resource. But once my kids couldn't do the skills needed there wasn't enough guidance for how to teach the skills. So we switched to a full math curriculum instead. I may pull this out again in the future for extra practice in between finishing K and beginning a 1st grade math curriculum. The interactive folder is a very cute idea!
As a former Kindergarten teacher and homeschool mom, I was looking for something for my worksheet adverse kiddos to do for math. This was a great place to start for them. Even after preschool, they did not have a good number sense so it was too difficult to start the year with. I purchased the preschool number or the week curriculum and we went through that pretty rapidly. This curriculum is great, but it does assume that students are already pretty familiar with recognizing and writing numbers 1-20 as well as a basic sense of one before, one after, counting on, and how addition works. If your child doesn't have a good grasp on that, they'll get really bogged down right at the beginning and you will need reinforcement activities. This curriculum is more practice than teaching, which is fine at K level, but you'll need to do some extra reinforcement/teaching of concepts your child is not familiar with.
This math curriculum has made math super easy and fun for my kindergarten! He is even asking to do an extra lesson some days! The only thing that could be improved is the lessons and activities for each day could be labeled. It would make it much easier to figure out which sheets to do when. We have made it work though and we really like the review tri-folder!
I love how interactive this is! This printable pack is so well thought out, my 6 year old is really enjoying this curriculum.