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 Looking at the figure on the right, we see that the bowl is above the table.


Below Looking at the figure on the right, we see that the the bowl is below the table


Add When we add 3 stars to 2 stars, it is equal to five stars.


Circle A circle is a round plane figure. To illustrate the concept, show kids coins, bicycle wheels, pizzas, or pies.


Numeral Students learn some ways to write down quantity. A numeral is a symbol or name used to represent a number.


Triangle A triangle is a closed plane figure with 3 sides.


Addend There are three addends in this addition problem. For example, 4 is an addend.


Cylinders To illustrate the concept, show kids candle, drink can, pipe, or 1.5volt Alkaline batteries.


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


Digit 6 is a digit. 0 is a digit.


Expression. Kids only need to know about numerical expression. A numerical expression is a mathematical sentence that have numbers and operations.


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


Longer or Shorter The Ipad 2 is longer than the ipad mini. The Ipad mini is shorter than the ipad 2


Sequence The next few numbers in this sequence are 6, 7, 8, and 9.


Subtract For example, we can subtract 1 from 4 to get 3. 4  1 = 3


Taller: Looking at the figure on the right, the man on the right is taller than the man on the left.


More important kindergarten math concepts to teach to students
Place value For 26, the place value of 2 is 20.


Equation An equation has an equal sign.


Decompose a number. For example, we can decompose 36 into 30 + 4


Difference For example, the difference of 8 and 3 is 5.


Less than: Looking at the figure on the right, we see that there are less soccer balls than tennis balls.


Heavier and lighter The ball on the left is heavier than the ball on the right. The ball on the right is lighter than the ball on the left.


Greater than There are more tennis balls than soccer balls


Spheres To illustrate the concept, show kids a soccer ball, marbles, or the Moon.


Examples of cone. To illustrate the concept, show kids ice cream cones, or traffic cones.


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


Length The length of the ball is 2 units.


Quantity Count the number of pencils onebyone to get the quantity.


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



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