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Addition, Subtraction, Comparing Numbers up to 100, Time, Money, Skip Counting, Patterns, Shapes, Tally Marks, Word and Logic Problems, Abacus

This workbook strengthens kids’ skills in adding, subtracting, comparing, and ordering numbers up to 100 using a number line. It covers various math concepts, including skip-counting, shape recognition, distance measurement, time problems, and more, enhancing memory and logic abilities.

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Kindergarten Math Workbook (age 5+). Learn to count. Part 5

We craft our Kindergarten Math Workbooks to aid teachers, parents, and young learners achieve their goals. Featuring math lesson ideas and activities, these workbooks notably enhance teaching effectiveness.

The workbook consists of 10 lessons with additional homework exercises, requiring no extra preparation. Each lesson covers multiple topics, preparing children for first grade while maintaining their attention and curiosity.

Math kindergarten workbook key topics:

  • Addition, subtraction, and counting up to 100
  • Place value: ones, tens, hundreds
  • Increasing/decreasing numbers using a number line
  • Ordering numbers
  • Solving easy word problems
  • Understanding greater-than, less-than, and equal
  • Finding missing numbers
  • Telling time on analog clocks
  • Solving simple equations

The workbook also features sections on measurements and shapes. Children compare objects by size, quantity, and weight. This math book teaches young kids to measure distances on a line and compare objects. They also engage with various shapes like circles, triangles, rectangles, and squares.

The workbook teaches about money, including coins, their values, counting money, solving money problems, tally marks, and ordinal numbers.

Furthermore, children delve into diverse methods of creating numbers and practice skip-counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s.

We emphasize abacus skills, teaching children to write and dial numbers and count on them in three or more steps.

This kindergarten math workbook consists of fun pictures and tasks that make learning fun and help kids think and remember better.

Consistent 15-minute daily practice significantly enhances children’s brain development.

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.NBT.1;
  • K.MD.1; K.MD.2;
  • K.G.1; K.G.2; K.G.3; K.G.4; K.G.5; K.G.6;

137 pages

4 reviews for Math Kindergarten Workbook. Learn to Count. Part 5

  1. Natalia L.

    My daughter is happy to use it by herself, she likes everything, especially the topic “Money”.

  2. Esther D.

    This is the best math workbook ever! The material is presented from simple to complex, there are a lot of examples to consolidate, it develops logical thinking. I am successfully using these books with my second son, while not being a teacher.

  3. Brianna B.

    I am a math teacher who works with children 5-6 years old. I enjoy using these books with my students and my son. The implementation is great. All tasks are correctly formulated and plenty practice. Tasks are simple, accessible to everyone.

  4. Eliza M.

    We bought for my son and now the whole family loves it. I really like the assignments. We fell in love with the score on the abacus and now we compete who will finish the tasks faster. Definitely Recommended.

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