# Kindergarten Math

Here is our basic Kindergarten Math list with a printable. Please feel free to use to help you make your own curriculum.

Numbers and counting up to 3

Learn to count to 3

Count to 3

Count using stickers – up to 3

Count on ten frames – up to 3

Show numbers on ten frames – up to 3

Represent numbers – up to 3

Numbers and counting up to 5

Learn to count to 5

Count to 5

Count using stickers – up to 5

Count on ten frames – up to 5

Show numbers on ten frames – up to 5

Represent numbers – up to 5

One more – up to 5

Count one more – up to 5

One less – up to 5

Count one less – up to 5

Numbers and counting up to 10

Learn to count to 10

Count to 10

Count using stickers – up to 10

Count on ten frames – up to 10

Show numbers on ten frames – up to 10

Represent numbers – up to 10

One more – up to 10

Count one more – up to 10

One less – up to 10

Count one less – up to 10

One more and one less – up to 10

Count one more and one less – up to 10

Count up and down – with numbers

Count to fill a ten frame

Tally marks – up to 10

Number lines – up to 10

Before, after and between – up to 10

Count forward and backward – up to 10

Names of numbers – up to 10

Complete a sequence – up to 10

Numbers and counting up to 20

Count to 20

Count on ten frames – up to 20

Show numbers on ten frames – up to 20

Represent numbers – up to 20

Count up and down

Tally marks – up to 20

Number lines – up to 20

Before, after and between – up to 20

Count forward and backward – up to 20

Names of numbers – up to 20

Complete a sequence – up to 20

Count tens and ones – up to 20

Numbers and counting beyond 20

Count on ten frames – up to 30

Count to 100

Counting on the hundred chart

Count groups of ten

Number lines – up to 30

Count tens and ones – up to 30

Skip-counting

Learn to skip-count by twos

Skip-count by twos

Skip-count by twos on ten frames

Learn to skip-count by fives

Skip-count by fives

Learn to skip-count by tens

Skip-count by tens

Learn to skip-count by twos, fives and tens

Skip-count by twos, fives and tens

Comparing

Are there enough?

Fewer and more – compare by matching

Fewer and more – compare by counting

Fewer and more – compare in a mixed group

Fewer, more and same

Compare two numbers – up to 10

Compare three numbers – up to 10

Patterns

Colour patterns

Size patterns

Shape patterns

Find the next shape in a pattern

Complete a pattern

Growing patterns

Find the next shape in a growing pattern

Find the next row in a growing pattern

Addition up to 5

Add with pictures – sums up to 5

Addition sentences – sums up to 5

Make a number using addition – sums up to 5

Add two numbers – sums up to 5

Complete the addition sentence – sums up to 5

Addition word problems – sums up to 5

Addition up to 10

Add with pictures – sums up to 10

Addition sentences – sums up to 10

Make a number using addition – sums up to 10

Add two numbers – sums up to 10

Complete the addition sentence – sums up to 10

Complete the addition sentence – make 10

Addition word problems – sums up to 10

Subtraction up to 5

Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 5

Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 5

Subtract – numbers up to 5

Complete the subtraction sentence – numbers up to 5

Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 5

Subtraction up to 10

Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 10

Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 10

Make a number using subtraction – numbers up to 10

Subtract – numbers up to 10

Complete the subtraction sentence – numbers up to 10

Write subtraction sentences

Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 10

Positions

Inside and outside

Above and below

Above and below – find solid figures

Beside and next to

Beside and next to – find solid figures

Left, middle and right

Top, middle and bottom

Location in a grid

Time

Match analogue clocks and times

Match digital clocks and times

Match analogue and digital clocks

Read clocks and write times

A.M. or P.M.

Times of everyday events

Seasons

Sorting, ordering and classifying

Same

Different

Same and different

Classify shapes by colour

Classify and sort by colour

Classify and sort by shape

Classify and sort

Sort shapes into a Venn diagram

Count shapes in a Venn diagram

Put numbers up to 10 in order

Put numbers up to 30 in order

Data and graphs

Which picture graph is correct?

Probability

More or less likely

Measurement

Long and short

Tall and short

Wide and narrow

Light and heavy

Holds more or less

Compare size, weight and capacity

Measure using objects

Money

Coin values – nickel and dime

Coin values – all coins

Count money – nickels only

Count money – dimes only

Count money – nickels and dimes

Equivalent groups of coins

Exchanging groups of coins

Exchanging coins

Compare two groups of coins

Two-dimensional shapes

Name the two-dimensional shape

Circles

Triangles

Squares and rectangles

Hexagons

Select two-dimensional shapes

Count sides and corners

Compare sides and corners

Introduction to symmetry

Identify pictures with symmetry

Three-dimensional shapes

Two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes

Name the three-dimensional shape

Spheres

Cubes

Cones

Cylinders

Select three-dimensional shapes

Identify shapes traced from solids

Shapes of everyday objects

Vocabulary

Sum and difference