Here are some suggested workbook pages for math at the kindergarten level:

Counting and Number Recognition:  Counting objects and matching them with the correct numeral (e.g., counting apples and circling the number 5)  Writing numbers 110  Counting and writing the number of objects in a set (e.g., counting dots on a dice and writing the number)  Identifying and circling the correct numeral for a given set of objects (e.g., circling the number 3 for a set of three cats)

Basic Operations:  Addition within 5 (e.g., adding two sets of objects and writing the total)  Subtraction within 5 (e.g., crossing out objects to show subtraction and writing the remaining number)  Simple word problems involving addition and subtraction (e.g., “There are 3 apples. If I eat 1, how many will be left?”)  Identifying and completing number patterns (e.g., filling in the missing numbers in a sequence: 1, 2, __, 4, 5)

Shapes and Patterns:  Identifying and naming basic shapes (e.g., circle, square, triangle)  Sorting objects by shape (e.g., sorting pictures of objects into different shape categories)  Completing and creating simple patterns using shapes or colors (e.g., ABAB pattern with shapes or colors)

Measurement and Comparison:  Comparing and ordering objects by size (e.g., circling the biggest or smallest object in a set)  Measuring and comparing lengths using nonstandard units (e.g., using paperclips to measure the length of objects and comparing them)  Identifying and matching objects with their corresponding weight (e.g., matching a heavy object with a scale or a light object with a feather)

Time and Money:  Recognizing and matching analog and digital clocks to the correct time (e.g., drawing the hour and minute hands on a clock to show a specific time)  Identifying and matching coins to their values (e.g., matching a picture of a quarter with the number 25 cents)  Simple word problems involving time and money (e.g., “If a toy costs 10 cents, how much will 2 toys cost?”)
Remember to choose ageappropriate and engaging workbooks that align with your child’s learning style and abilities.
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