Number sense is one of the first math skills taught in kindergarten focusing on numbers 0-10. Understanding what numbers mean and their relationship with one another.
Pencil grip plays a large role in number formation. Students should be able to write numbers up to at least 30 independently in kindergarten.
It is crucial to count with your child everyday. Repeated oral counting helps them hear what the numbers sound like and to learn their order.
Color recognition is an important skill to have before entering kindergarten. It will be very helpful if your child knows the color word as well.
In Kindergarten, students must be able to identify, describe, compare, and create 2D and 3D Shapes.
In kindergarten students will learn to compare numbers and objects. They will be expected to sort objects by shape, color, size, and textures.
In kindergarten, your child will learn how to measure objects. They will learn how to measure by height, length, weight, and volume.