The Kindergarten Skills your child must become familiar with.
Knowing your childs Kindergarten Skills requirements is a great way to keep an eye on how they are doing throughout the year! Keep in mind however
this is a kindergartners curriculum for the entire year. Depending on the teachers scope and sequence for the year, will determine what your student has
actually covered. Don't be surprised in December, if your child still isn't familiar with a Bar Graph. This may not have been covered by the teacher yet!
I have taken these grade expectatoins from Washington State OSPI
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These Grade Level Expectations are organized by basic math subject area for Kindergarten Grade. If you would rather have a basic math skills requirements list organized by subject area, that includes every requirement from Kindergarten to 6th grade in one downloadable document please visit my Grade Level Expectations section.
Bellow is a list of the skills subdivided into subject areas. Click on the links to be taken to all the worksheets you will need!
Kindergarten Skills by Subject Area
Patterns And Classification
Complete the pattern;
Sums to 5 with pictures; Sums to 10 with pictures;
- Simple repetitive patterns
Subtraction up to 5 with pictures; Subtraction up to 10 with pictures
- Model Subtraction from 10
When your child has mastered their Kindergarten Skills, check out what First grade skills
Numbers and Operations
count to 3; count to 5; count to 10; represent numbers to 10; up and down with pictures; up and down with numbers; using tally marks; before, after and between;
forward and backward; count to 20; count to 30; count groups of 10; count tens and ones.
- Rote count forward from 1 - 100 and backward from any number in the range of 1 - 10
Names of numbers to 10; names of numbers to 20, names of numbers to 30.
On the number line; complete a sequence; put numbers in order.
Pictures; Tally marks.
Fewer, equal & more with pictures, fewer, equal & more mixed.
- Describe numbers from 1 to 9 using 5 as a benchmark
Long and Short; Light and Heavy; Holds more or less; Tall and Short.
- Attributes of length, weight and capacity.
Identify, name & describe Basic Shapes
Identify Basic Shapes Level I; Identify Basic Shapes Level II; Identify Solid Fiures.
Which is the same?; Which is different; Same and different Mix; sort by color;
Inside/Outside; Left/Right/Middle; Top/Middle/Bottom; Above/Bellow.
Reading graphs; Making Graphs.
More likely; Less Likely;
they will study!
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