Kindergarten Math Practice
These are Kindergarten resources that can be used for math practice throughout the year. The websites that are iPad compatible are noted with an iPad icon. Click on a picture to get started!
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Kindergarten Math Benchmark Practice
These are the specific skills that Kindergarteners in the Grandview C4 district will be working on for the 2014  2015 school year. Each skill is linked to IXL practice problems in which your child will need an account. Please talk to your teacher for more information on IXL. There are also website activities and videos for more practice, the websites that are iPad compatible will be noted next to the website link. This website is subject to change.
Benchmark 
Activities/Video Lessons 
IXL Practice

1.
I can touch and count objects arranged
differently, one at a time and tell the number of objects.

Counting in Scenes (iPad)

2. I can write numbers and show how many objects for 010.

3. I can compare two groups of objects and
identify which group is greater than, less than, or equal.

4. I can count a group of objects and show one more.

One More, One Less (iPad)

5. I can compare numbers between 1 and 10.

6. I can count verbally to 100 by 1’s.

Counting Objects (iPad)

9. I can make numbers 1 through 10 using objects or drawings, and record the answer using a drawing or equation.

11. I can show addition using manipulatives (objects, fingers, drawings, etc.), within 10.

12. I can solve addition word problems, within 10, using objects or drawings.

13. I can recognize numbers up to 31.

14. I can show subtraction using manipulatives (objects, fingers, drawings, etc.), within 10.

15. I can solve subtraction word problems, within 10, using objects or drawings.

16. I can understand and put together numbers 11 through 19 into ten ones and extra ones – by using objects, drawings, or equations.

17. I can understand and break apart numbers 11 through 19 into ten ones and extra ones – by using objects, drawings, or equations.

23. I can count the objects in a group and sort the groups by “how many”.

25. I can draw 2D shapes in the world.

26. I can use simple shapes to create larger shapes.

Halves and Fourths Practice (iPad)

27. I can name 2D shapes in my environment (squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, and hexagons) in any size or position.

29. I can identify a shape as 2D (flat) or 3D (solid).

30. I can look at and compare 2D (square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon) and 3D (cube, cylinder, cone, sphere) shapes describing similarities, differences, and attributes (sides, vertices, faces, length, etc.).

31. I can model shapes in the world by building shapes with materials.

Math Fluency Flash Games (Computer Only)
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