Kindergarten -  Math and Skills

 

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Measurement Standard

Geometry and Spatial Sense Standard Patterns, Functions and Algebra Standard Data Analysis and Probability Standard

(A)  Number, Number Sense and Operations Standard

(Based on State of Ohio
Curriculum Standards)

 

1.          Compare and order whole numbers up to 10.
  1. A Math Game sheet  for Kindergarten   4  Star
  2. Teachers Tool box
  3. Number line  Great tool to use to show numbers lines
  4. Number line worksheet generator
  5. Math Web page   Listed you will find many methods of teaching math to your students.   4  Star
  6. Kindergarten - Math examples  Fun with math page  4 Star
  7. Count the numbers and patterns  4 Star
  8. Caterpillar Ordering  A wonderful game for ordering numbers and for number sequences. Press F11 for full screen view
  9. Count us games  This website has many different games allow you to explore counting.
  10. Math Dictionary animation for kids  This is an outstanding website allowing you to explore a comprehensive view of math with many examples  4 Star
  11. Smart Board Lesson Numbers 0 - 5  SB
  12. Smart Board Lesson Numbers 6 - 10  SB
  13. Kindergarten Dot Plates Activity  In this video, a teacher uses dot plates as a strategy to assist children to subitize and name familiar arrangements of 1-5 dots. Children compare quantities and express a given number in two parts using fingers and dots. The teacher reflects on the lesson and provides strategies for teaching these concepts. In this video, a teacher uses dot plates as a strategy to assist children to subitize and name familiar arrangements of 1-5 dots.
  14. Count The Fish   This site will allow students to add or subtract fish.  4 star  
  15. Count the Fish Game 2  This is a fun site that will show students how to count.  4 star
  16. Who wants to be a Mathionaire - Game show format. Addition facts  4 Star
  17. Matching Numbers   Great site with sound allowing students to match numbers with objects.
  18. Math Match  You will find some simple equations that the student must add up to complete the work.
  19. Counting on a Cloud - Pick a picture, then pick a number. One to one correspondence.
  20. Counting - Mouse skills needed to drag box car. Audio counts box cars as they are added. Once there are 10 cars, student selects a number and a one-to-one activity is displayed.
  21. Count the Number of Wheels - You will be shown several pictures to count the wheels
  22. Counting - free worksheets from Math Slice, from 1 to ten objects to count on 10/9/05
  23. Farm Addition - Count the chicks and drag the number that tells how many. [close the ad to get to the game]
  24. How Many - Count items; click on the number that match the amount. 1-10 .
  25. Game for Math Website     You will discover many games for students to learn how to count.  4 Star
  26. Count with Lecky
  27. Count with Lecky

    A counting and numeral recognition set of activities. Develop your mouse control and counting skills as you help Lecky collect objects to match numbers in the 1 to 5 or 6 to 10 range.
     

    Fish Tank

    Fish Tank

    The fish tank is a number matching activity for up to ten objects. It develops mouse skills by requiring children to catch fish by clicking on the moving fish. Children have to decide when they have caught the right amount

    Number Labelling

    Number Labeling

    Drag and drop the names of the numbers on to the picture. The name box will turn green if correctly placed.

    How many under the shell?
    After Okta hides some bubbles under a shell, he then either adds more bubbles or takes some away. Students can learn their addition and multiplication facts by challenging themselves in this customizable, interactive game

  28. Halloween Math   Using  Smart Board software count the number of objects.  Great for the Halloween or just anytime of the year.   Created by Dan Hoffman  SB
  29. Apple Math   Using Smart Board Software students will learn how to count, sort, and use Patterns using this lessons   Created by Dan Hoffman  SB
  30. Nile Math   Discover numbers while playing this website
2.    Explain rules of counting, such as each object should be counted once and that order does not change the number.
 
  1. Numeral recognition- Bear Dice Game- click on the dice and match the cards with the same numbers.

3.  Count to twenty; e.g., in play situations or while reading number books.

        Math Facilitator Lessons   

  1. Addition & Subtraction   Truly an outstanding website.  You will want to use this over and over again!  5 Star
  2. Addition Vertical & Horizontal and Carry
  3. Addition   Alien Addition space game used here to help in learning addition.  4 Star
  4. Eggs on Legs Addition   Crack the egg to see if you have the answer.
  5. Addition  Jet ski addition game  4 Star
  6. Addition   Two diget
  7. Calculation Balance  Great website to connect numbers to words. (Many different grade levels)
  8. Math Dojo - Kick box your way to the top!  4 Star
  9. Picture Problems - Match the picture problem to the number fact.  4 Star
  10. How Many - 1-20
  11. ColorCount - Click on the number of animals to color in order to match the numeral. Click on Play to start
  12. Matching Numeral to the word- Listen to the number that is said. Find the numeral that matches what you heard. Match the number with the right way to say it. Great for ESL. (Serious Warning! This site has started throwing up a large number of pop-up ads. Warn your students)
  13. Monster Numbers - Find hidden numbers in a spooky setting. (Serious Warning! This site has started throwing up a large number of pop-up ads. Warn your students)
  14. Ann and Addem's Dartboard Game – Recognize numbers 2 through 18 by placing darts on the dartboard. on 10/11/05
  15. Fishing for Numbers - from FunSchool - Match numeral with correct amount of fish. Caution: this takes a very long to load.
  16. Miro on the Move - Miro the Mouse wants to visit the houses from 1 to 10, but one of the numbers is missing. Can you find which number is missing?
  17. Number Matching -Count objects and match the correct numeral to them.

     

4.  Determine “how many” in sets (groups) of 10 or fewer objects
  1. More, Less, or the Same - Count the objects on each side and decide if they are more, less or the same. Students must recognize the words
  2. Math Lingo - Play tic tac toe while learning positional words, more, less and many more math terms.
  3. Practice comparison at FreeMathTest - numbers from 0 to 10, numbers from 10 to 50, numbers from 50 to 100.
 
5.   Relate, read and write numerals for single-digit numbers (0 to 9).
  1. Matching Numeral to the word- Listen to the number that is said. Find the numeral that matches what you heard. Match the number with the right way to say it. Great for ESL. (Serious Warning! This site has started throwing up a large number of pop-up ads. Warn your students)
  2. Monster Numbers - Find hidden numbers in a spooky setting. (Serious Warning! This site has started throwing up a large number of pop-up ads. Warn your students)

6.   Construct multiple sets of objects each containing the same number of objects.
  1. Virtual Goose - You must match the egg the goose is sitting to one of the other four eggs. Caution, the eggs will have been turned.
  2. Zoe's Pet Shelter (Sesame Street) - Zoe has to group animals with similar characteristics. This will work best as a whole class activity. Caution! This game never ends!
 
7.  Compare the number of objects in two or more sets when one set has one or two more, or one or two fewer objects.
8.    Represent and use whole numbers in flexible ways, including relating, composing and decomposing numbers; e.g., 5 marbles can be 2 red and 3 green or 1 red and 4 green.
  1. Ann and Addem's Dartboard Game – Recognize numbers 2 through 18 by placing darts on the dartboard. on 10/11/05
  2. Number Matching -Count objects and match the correct numeral to them.

9.  Identify and state the value of a penny, nickel and dime.
  1. Smart Board Lesson   for counting  Coins   SB
  2. Coins for Candy - Students identify, know the value of, and compare the values of a penny, nickel, and dime. (Author - Sandi King)
  3. Let's Count Money (introduction and instructions) followed by a quiz - coin value problems occasionally display amounts greater than 50¢. This site uses both sides of the coins!
  4. Match the coins to the amount - a printable from Enchanted Learning (another version of this activity) (a third worksheet on this topic)
  5. The Money Page - Multiple links to activities and worksheets dealing with the counting of money.
  6. U. S. Coins (printables from Enchanted Learning) - Scroll a bit more than halfway down this page until you see Adding and Subtracting Coins (Printouts). Look below that to see about six dozen printables of various difficulty.
  7. Smart Board Lesson  SB  created by Kristine Young

10.  Model and represent addition as combining sets and counting on, and subtraction as take-away and comparison. For example:

a.       Combine and separate small sets of objects in contextual situations; e.g., add or subtract one, two, or another small amount.

b.       Count on (forward) and count back (backward) on a number line between 0 and 10.

 

  1. Smart Board Lesson Created by:  Holly Logan SB
  2. Smart board lesson Created by:  Connie Brinegar SB
  3. Counting cute site with Concrete and abstract
  4. Counting Down -What is the next number if counting down?
  5. Space Hopscotch - Count forward from 6 to 24 by 2's and then count backard from 24 to 6 by 1's. [for advanced students]
  6. Addition & Subtraction - from the Little Animals Activity Centre
  7. Addition 1 is a simple math problem in addition for beginners using most-familiar fingers as manipulatives. Scroll to the bottom. Click on the Play button beside the name. Uses finger digits to add. Models for the students how to add on their fingers.
  8. Beginning Addition - This site is for beginners using most-familiar fingers as manipulatives. Audio announces numeral for reinforcement. Audio reply when numeral is selected for the answer. Scroll to the bottom. Click on the Play button beside the name.
  9. Fishing for Numbers - Drag numbered fishing lines to the corresponding numbers of fish.
  10. Subtraction - from the Little Animals Activity Centre
  11. Subtraction Problems - Small numerals. Subtract the numbers and click on the correct answer.

     

11.  Demonstrate joining multiple groups of objects, each containing the same number of objects; e.g., combining 3 bags of candy, each containing 2 pieces.
12.  Partition or share a small set of objects into groups of equal size; e.g., sharing 6 stickers equally among 3 children.
  1. Counting Math Skills   You will use the smart board technology in this assignment.   SB   Created by Kim Molellenbeck
  2. Video to help with the Smart Board Assignment above.  Created by Kim Molellenbeck
13.  Recognize the number or quantity of sets up to 5 without counting; e.g., recognize without counting the dot arrangement on a domino as 5.
  1. Connect the Dots Number order up to 30. Boys will like this site. Connecting dots form cars.
  2. Count the Dots - Connect the dots to create pictures. Can print out picture.
  3. Counting Down -What is the next number if counting down?

(B)  Measurement Standard

1.     Identify units of time (day, week, month, year) and compare calendar elements; e.g., weeks are longer than days.

 
  1. Smart Board Calendar    SB
  2. Smart Board Lesson Created by Holly Logan SB
  3. Calendar Animation 1   In this animation, students are shown how to quickly count eight days ahead from a given date on a calendar.
  4. Calendar Animation 2 In this animation, students are shown how to quickly count eight days back from a given date on a calendar.
  5. Calendar Animation 3   In this animation, students are shown how to quickly determine the day of the week on which the first day of a month will fall, given the last day of ...
  6. Calendar Activity 1   In this activity, students must solve a problem that requires them to count eight days ahead on a calendar, based on a randomly displayed starting dat...
  7. Calendar Activity 2  In this activity, students must solve a problem that requires them to count eight days back on a calendar, based on a randomly displayed starting date...
  8. Calendar Activity 3   In this activity, students must determine the day of the week on which the first day of a month falls, based on a randomly displayed calendar of the p...  
  9. Calendar Activity   Great site for students to view different months of the year and the number of days per month.
  10. Measuring two objects.   Determine which one is longer and short.
  11. Measuring two Objects     Determine which one is larger or smaller.
  12. Concentration  Game  Match picture with words.
  13. It's A Date - Students use a calendar. (Author - Sandi King) [designed for third grade
  14. Clock Craft - Make a simple paper clock that you can use to practice telling time (from Enchanted Learning)
  15. Draw Hands - free worksheets from Math Slice, select 1 hour time intervals on 10/9/05
  16. Identifying Time to the Hour -
  17. Tell Time - free worksheets from Math Slice, select 1 hour time intervals on 10/9/05
  18. Telling Time to the Half Hour - Click on the Start arrow to go to the game. Look at the analog clock to determine the time, then select the digital clock that matches. This game consists of ten questions.
  19. Telling Time - Players must drag the digital displays to the matching analogue clock (telling time to the half-hour). All against the clock of course! Other times : (fifteen minute increments) (five minute increments) (one minute increments) - For whole class instruction there is a clock available (digital or analog) which can be advanced by increments)
  20. Time Quiz - Practice half hour skills
  21. Time To Go - Students tell time to the half hour. (Author - Randy Russell) [use this site for a whole class activity]
  22. Time - Analog and Digital Clocks Virtual Manipulative Interactively set the time on a digital and analog clocks.
  23. Time - Match Clocks Virtual Manipulative  Answer questions asking you to show a given time on digital and analog clocks.
  24. Time - What Time Will It Be? Virtual Manipulative  Answer questions asking you to indicate what time it will be before or after a given time period. 
  25. Rock around the ClockMusic Video 
  26. What is AM and What is PM - Music Video
  27. Smart Board lesson on Time and elapsed time. by: Mrs. Aho.
2.     Compare and order objects of different lengths, areas, weights and capacities; and use relative terms, such as longer, shorter, bigger, smaller, heavier, lighter, more and less.

Measure with your students 
4 Star

  1. Measure with Paper Clips    Have your students learn how to measure using paper clips.    
  2. Measure with Inches  
  3. Measure with Pounds
  4. Which tool to measure with
  5. Teaching Measures – Choose from three modules; length, mass, and capacity. Each category offers several activities for your large screen display as well as supporting worksheets. on 10/10/05
  6. Math Lingo - Play tic tac toe while learning positional words, more, less and many more math terms
  7. More or Less or same   Smart Board Lesson   SB

3. Measure length and volume (capacity) using uniform objects in the environment. For example, find:

 a.  How many paper clips long is a  pencil;
b.  
how many small containers it takes to fill one big container using sand,  rice, beans.

Order events based on time. For example:  

 a.    activities that take a long or short  time;
b.    review what we do first,
       next, last;

 c.    recall what we did or plan to d
o  yesterday, today, tomorrow.

  1. Measurement (Grades Pre-K - 2)

 

(C) Geometry and Spatial Sense Standard

1 Identify and sort two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional objects. For example:

a. Identify and describe two-dimensional figures and three-dimensional objects from the environment using the child’s own vocabulary.

b.  Sort shapes and objects into groups based on student-defined categories.

c.  Select all shapes or objects of one type from a group.

d. Build two-dimensional figures using paper shapes or tangrams; build simple three-dimensional objects using blocks.

 

  1. Activity Smart Board   You will find a lesson designed in smart board technology allowing you to determine the order of events for a day.   SB  This was Lesson was created by:  Sandra Grande
  2. Video on sorting shapes and patterns.
  3. Measurement (Grades Pre-K - 2)
  4. Centimeters - To Nearest Whole Number (from FunBrain)
  5. Centimeters - To Half Centimeter (from FunBrain)
  6. Inches - To Nearest Whole Number (from FunBrain)
  7. Inches - To Quarter Inch (from FunBrain)
  8. The Ruler Game - Learn To Read A Ruler (inches only - increments from inches to sixteenths)
  9. Geometry (Grades Pre-K - 2)
  10. Geo Cleo - Students take a look at how to describe three-dimensional shapes. (Author - Julie Thompson
  11. Ask Hannah - Students describe symmetry in two-dimensional shapes. (Author - Julie Thompson)
  12. Mr. Mumble - Students take a look at how to describe two-dimensional shapes. (Author - Julie Thompson)
  13. Kinderweb - Interactive educational games geared for the beginning of the school year or preschoolers. Students practice their colors and shapes. This site is completely audio so children can work at their own pace independently.
  14. Locate triangles, circles and squares in a set of pictures
  15. Shapes - for pre-school . Identify shapes and colors. Audio cues.
  16. Shapes from Pre-School Library
  17. Astronomy Shape Match - click and drag objects to match shape outlines
  18. Oddball - Find the shape that does not match (from FunBrain)
  19. Paint the Shapes - A listening and following directions game identifying shapes and colors.
  20. Put it on the Shelf - Replace the question mark with the shape that matches the outline below.
  21. Shape Match - concentration style game
2.    Name and demonstrate the relative position of objects as follows:

a. place objects over, under, inside, outside, on, beside, between, above, below, on top of, upside-down, behind, in back of, in front of;

b.  describe placement of objects with terms, such as on, inside, outside,  above, below, over, under, beside, between, in front of, behind

 

  1. Over, Under, and other spatial concepts - Click and drag on the animals below to move them around the page.
  2. One and in   Click to show this concept as well as on top of beside and many other spatial senses
(D)  Patterns, Functions and Algebra Standard
1.  Sort, classify and order objects by size, number and other properties.  For example:

a.        Identify how objects are alike and different.

b.        Order three events or objects according to a given attribute, such as time or size.

c.   Recognize and explain how objects can be classified in more than one way.

d.        Identify what attribute was used to sort groups of objects that have already been sorted.

  1. Colour Sequence

    Color Sequence Coloring and matching activity. Useful for developing the language of color and pattern as well as visual discrimination skills.

    Colour Train

    Color Train

    Match the colors of the train as it passes by.
     

    Butterfly Gallery using animation and your imagination you may make a butterfly.  A must see link! 4 Star 

     

    This is one outstanding website  it encourages imagination and creative thinking.  It will take awhile to load up but well worth the wait.  4 Stars

     

    Butterfly

    Butterfly

    Color and pattern matching activity using the spots on a butterfly

     

    String of beads

    String of beads

    Use the string of beads to copy color sequence patterns.

     

    Compare and Order

    Compare and Order

    Comparison activities - developing the language of comparison using such terms as biggest, smallest, longest, etc.
     

    Odd One Out

    Odd One Out
    F
    ind the odd one out from the very sweet honey bears, it's more difficult than you think!

     

    Which spaceman is different is
    a fun way to determine which is different.
     

     

    Circle the cat.  The objective is to trap the cat so it cannot escape. To trap the cat, you need to encircle it with green dots. It's really quite addictive and lots of fun as well. The only tip I can give you is to pay attention to the green dots that are already in place when the game starts and try to utilize those as much as possible.

     

    The Big Zing.  This is a fun website allowing students to participate in many different activities

     

     

    Create your own patterns.   Also learning about numbers at the same time.

     

     

     

     

    Enjoy making fun patterns with this quilt.  You can change just about everything on this quilt.

     

     

     

     

     

    Fun site where you can make your own colorful patterns with sounds.  Lots of fun

     

     

     

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  2. Color Match: Put the items in the boxes with the matching colors.
  3. Sort by their colors  Put things away by their colors.
  4. Sort by color or shape
  5. Number and words  Match the correct set of Numbers and words
  6. Colors and word  Match the correct set of colors and words.
     
  7. Who's Missing find the next pattern 4 star
  8. Pattern Video  You will view an outstanding video on patterns.  It not only explains but will allow the student to answer questions.  4 Start
  9. Color Patterns – Arrange colors to complete a pattern.   Visual Manipulative
  10. Attribute Blocks – Learn color and shape concepts by sorting blocks. Visual Manipulative
  11. Patterns  This is a Smart Board lesson Created by:  Ana Rodrizuez
  12. Arthur's Music Box - While the song plays you must put the squares in proper order to create a picture. There are three songs and each picture can be divided into four or nine parts.
  13. Algebra (Grades Pre-K - 2)
  14. Pattern Blocks Manipulative  Use six common geometric shapes to build patterns and solve problems.
  15. Different Sizes Look at different sizes of animals
  16. Patterns   Move the birds around to create your own patterns.
  17. Virtual Goose Patterns fun to watch the bird on the ball and then you have to match.
  18. Sort objects    This smart board activity will allow the student to sort objects by size and then sort by counting.  SB  This lesson was created by:  Kelly Barnhart
  19. Pumpkin Match  Students will use smart board to match pumpkin heads.   Simple but affective.   SB  Created by Sandra Grande.
  20. Circle the differences    Students will circle the difference in each slide.  Created by Dan Hoffman SB
  21. Image Arrangement  True story about a dog falling into the water and saved by a man.   Created by Dan Hoffman SB
  22. Patterns 1
  23. Patterns 2
2.  Identify, create, extend and copy sequences of sounds (such as musical notes), shapes (such as buttons, leaves or blocks), motions (such as hops or skips), and numbers from 1 to 10.
  1. Pattern Blocks: Hands-on manipulative to learn the basic concepts of fractions, addition and subtraction of fractions, and more...
3.  Describe orally the pattern of a given sequence.
  1. Patterning recognition- find what comes next in the pattern
  2. Patterning - Drag the object that comes next in the pattern. This activity was created by Funschool. Caution, this activity takes a long time to load.
  3. Patterning - Click on the Pigeon icon on the right to play.
  4. Virtual Goose - You must match the egg the goose is sitting to one of the other four eggs. Caution, the eggs will have been turned.

     

4.  Model a problem situation using physical materials.  
(F)  Data Analysis and Probability Standard
1.  Gather and sort data in response to questions posed by teacher and students; e.g., how many sisters and brothers, what color shoes.
  1. Spinners – Work with spinners to learn about numbers and probabilities.
  2. Data Analysis & Probability (Grades Pre-K - 2)
  3. I Am Special - Picture graphs are used in real world situations as students organize information, record data, and use mathematical language to read and interpret the graphs. (Author - Sandi King)
  4. What Should I Wear? - Students use models to determine possible outcomes. (Author - Michaél Dunnivant) [somewhat advanced]
  5. Smart Board Lesson on Graphing Created by: Connie Brinegar SB
2.  Arrange objects in a floor or table graph according to attributes, such as use, size, color or shape.
  1. Which is Bigger? - You will be given several objects to compare. Choose which is bigger in each instance.
3.  Select the category or categories that have the most or fewest objects in a floor or table graph.
  1. Pie Graph Virtual Manipulative  This is a great site to allow student to enter in information and then create a pie graph.  You can give them information to enter or allow them to choose their own.  Highly recommended this site.
  2. Spinner Virtual Manipulative   This site will allow your student to study the game of chance and also allow them to change the value and increase or decrease their chance at a certain color.   Highly recommended this site.
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