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  • Rachel Tidd

Wild Math Kindergarten Curriculum Guide



The Wild Math Kindergarten Curriculum Guide is now available! This Wild Math Guide is everything you need to take your kindergartner outside to learn math! This curriculum guide covers ALL the typical math skills taught in kindergarten. 


This enables you to have piece of mind that your child is learning the skills they need to be successful in math without workbooks or expensive curriculum.  Under each skill there are multiple ideas of how to learn and practice them outside!  I also include games and materials you can make yourself to support your child's math learning. In the resources section, I have included a list of board games and links to math picture book lists that can further help you practice and learn math in a relaxed and fun way. See sample pages here.

Math Topics Covered:

Counting and Cardinality

Know number names and the count sequence 

Subitizing and Number Sense 

Write a number to tell about a group of 0-10 items 

Find a missing number in a sequence of numbers 1-20 

Count to 100 by 1s and 10s orally 

Count forward starting at any number orally 

Moving around items in a group does not change the amount in the group

Understand one more and one less 

Count up to 20 items 

Compare Numbers 

Compare written numbers 1-10 

Place Value

Make and take apart numbers 11-19 into 10s and 1s 

Show number of 10s and 1s in numbers 11-19 using pictures, writing, or a number sentence 

Patterns 

Symmetry 

Addition and Subtraction

Addition and subtraction up to 5+5 

Word problems using addition and subtraction 

Take any number 2-10 and break it into 2 parts 

Make 10 in different ways 1+9, 2+8, 3+7. 4+6, 5+5 

Measurement and Data

Compare two things measured by the same tool using words like bigger and shorter 

Sort items into groups 

Geometry

Name shapes around them 

Use words like: above, below, beside, in front of, behind and next to 

Identify shapes if turned or different sizes 

Tell the difference between 3D shapes and 2D shapes 

Make shapes in a variety of different ways like drawing or using materials 

Use simple shapes to make larger shapes

Guide length is 28 pages and a PDF document.

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