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Addition, Subtraction, Comparing Numbers up to 20, Time, Skip-counting, Shapes, Logic problems (Gifted and Talented), Mental Math with an Abacus

There are 10 kindergarten math lessons inside the workbook. Each lesson contains exercises that develop children’s ability to add, subtract, compare, and order numbers up to 20 using a number line.

Kids learn different ways to make a number (up to 10), solve simple problems using pictures, understand the relationship between the numbers, compare, and increase / decrease a given number.

Although children repeat to skip-count by 2s, 5s, and 10s, find the same and different objects, solve word problems, find the distance between two points on a number line, and learn two-dimensional shapes.

In addition, the workbook has many exercises that help improve children’s memory and logic abilities.

85 pages

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Math Workbook for Kindergartens “Learn to Count” Part 3

Our Kindergarten Math Workbooks are specially designed to help teachers, parents, and little learners achieve their goals. Our well-prepared and meticulously organized workbooks make teaching kindergarten math easy and rewarding.

The workbook comprises 10 lessons and additional homework exercises, ready to use without extra preparation. Each lesson addresses multiple essential topics to maintain children’s attention and curiosity.

The workbook includes math lesson ideas for kindergarten, significantly improving teaching effectiveness.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Mastering addition and subtraction;
  • Counting within 20;
  • Using a number line to increase/decrease numbers;
  • Solving one-step problems;
  • Creating problems based on given pictures;
  • Understanding greater-less-equal concepts.

This workbook aids children in mastering addition, subtraction, counting within 20, and using a number line.

Children practice writing and dialing numbers on an abacus, learning to count in three or more steps.

They learn to identify missing elements in number patterns, tell time on analog clocks, solve time problems, write equations, and understand inequalities.

Kids practice ordering numbers, becoming familiar with three-dimensional shapes, making numbers differently, skip-counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s, and working with two-dimensional shapes.

The workbook, filled with funny pictures, creates positive motivation for learning and actively develops logic, memory, attention, and intelligence.

Common Core Math Standards:

  • K.CC.1; K.CC.2; K.CC.3; K.CC.4; K.CC.4a; K.CC.4b; K.CC.4c; K.CC.5; K.CC.6; K.CC.7;
  • K.OA.1; K.OA.2; K.OA.3; K.OA.4; K.OA.5;
  • K.G.1; K.G.2; K.G.3;

85 pages

6 reviews for Math Kindergarten Workbook. Learn to Count. Part 3

  1. Sarah W.

    Thanks for these tutorials! I am very grateful for them; my son is also happy. Bright, interesting, strong, non-standard. My son loves to solve complicated problems.

  2. Ariana A.

    My daughter loves these workbooks. She is 5 and easily grasps everything. She learns with interest and pleasure. I am proud of her success. We will continue to use it.

  3. Valentina P.

    Excellent workbooks. Colorful and very interesting. Recommended.

  4. Anna G.

    I am a teacher and I like these books very much. The material is presented very competently, a lot of exercises to consolidation. Plus you can practice different topics in one lesson.

  5. Maya B.

    I love these textbooks and regret that in my childhood I didn’t have anything like these. Only now I realize what a wonderful a field of knowledge math is.

  6. Oleg

    This children’s book is simply fantastic! It has been an absolute game-changer in teaching my 5-year-old how to count quickly and develop strong mental math skills. The colorful illustrations and engaging activities make learning to count a fun and enjoyable experience. My child’s confidence in math has soared since we started using this book, and I couldn’t be happier with the results. Highly recommend it to any parent looking to help their child excel in math at an early age!

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