Kindergarten math

Find here many important kindergarten math concepts taught in kindergarten. Teachers, parents, and math tutors can also use them as a guideline to illustrate a math lesson or to teach important skills.


Above

The bowl is above the table

Above the table



Below

The bowl is below the table

Below the table



Add
3 stars and 2 stars equals five stars

Illustration of adding three and two




Circle

Illustration of a circle




Numeral
Students learn some ways to write down quantity

Numeral




Triangle

Illustration of a triangle



Addend

There are three addends in this addition problem.

Addends




Cylinders

Examples of cylinder



Sum
The sum of 3, 4, and 1 is 8

Sum



Digit
6 is a digit

Digit




Expression

Example of expression in math



Line
A line has two arrows. A line has no end on the right and on the left. This is shown with arrows



Longer/Shorter

Ipad 2 is longer than ipad mini.

Ipad mini is shorter than ipad 2

Longer and shorter



Sequence
The next number in this sequence is 6.


Subtract




Taller

Taller




Place value

Place value



Equation
An equation has an equal sign.

Equation



Decompose a number

Decompose a number



Difference 

Difference of 8 and 3 is 5

Difference between 8 and 3 is 5



Less than:

There is less soccer balls than tennis balls




Heavier and lighter

Heavier and lighter



Greater than

There are more tennis balls than soccer balls




Spheres

Examples of sphere




Classify

Classify




Examples of cone



Sorting shapes
Put things that are the same in the same basket.

Sorting shapes



Length
The length of the ball is 2.



Quantity
Count the number of pencils one-by-one to get the quantity.



Equal to
The number of pencils is equal to the number of soccer balls.

Equal to





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