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Kindergarten Lesson Plans for Math Subjects

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Toddlers and preschoolers press their hands and feet into service for this patriotic flag activity

Title – Hands-on Flag and Stand Up for America Activity By – Lisa Howard Primary Subject – Art Secondary Subjects – Math, Social Studies Grade Level – Preschool & Up Procedure: A simple art activity for toddlers and preschoolers is the American …

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Subjects:

Art, Math, Social Studies  

Grades:

PreK, K, 1  

“Ten Apples Up On Top” by Dr. Seuss inspires this self-portrait art and counting project idea

Title – Ten Apples Up On Top By – Jessica Barrett Primary Subject – Language Arts Secondary Subjects – Art, Math, PE Grade Level – K-2 Read the book ” Ten Apples Up On Top ” by Dr. Seuss. Then get some …

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Subjects:

Art, Language Arts, Math, P.E. & Health  

Grades:

K, 1, 2  

Here students use their bodies to make geometric shape photos

Title – Shape Photos By – Cathy Lewis Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – K Note: This activity can be done at the end of a unit on 2-D shapes or throughout the unit, focusing on one shape at a time. …

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Subject:

Math  

Grade:

K  

Choosing the right measurement tool and standard unit is the topic of this lesson

  Title – Measurement in Standard Units By – Sandra Emmons Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – K-2 Objective: The student will be able to choose the proper measurement unit and the corresponding measurement tool needed for a particular measurement in …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

K, 1, 2  

Here’s a fun idea called “Pocket Counting” that uses Unifix cubes and teaches counting and graphing concepts

Title – Pocket Counting Game By – Dawn Bonham Subject – Math Grade Level – Kindergarten If your class is arranged like most KN classrooms, your children sit in groups at tables. Ask the children if they are wearing pockets today. For …

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Subject:

Math  

Grade:

K  

This lesson uses the software “KidPix” to teach Geometric Shapes

Title – Kid-Pix Puzzles By – Elissa Wynn Subject – Math, Computers & Internet Grade Level – K-2 (Setting) Computer Lab (Objective) Students will: *create geometric shapes *label geometric shapes *move and place geometric shapes (Preparation) Create enough floppy disks (or files …

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Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Math  

Grades:

K, 1, 2  

Make a Halloween pumpkin face with geometry shapes here

Title – Introducing Shapes with Pumpkins By – Jessica LiCalzi Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Art, Language Arts Grade Level – K Overview and Rationale: This lesson incorporates math, art and language arts. In the excitement of Halloween, the children …

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Subjects:

Art, Language Arts, Math  

Grade:

K  

In this lesson, students describe, create, replicate, and extend patterns using websites and Unifix cubes

  Title – What’s My Pattern? By – Mrs. Barb Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – Kindergarten Objectives: Children will explore patterns on some internet sites, describe the patterns, make virtual patterns, and duplicate them with real unifix cubes. The computer …

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Subject:

Math  

Grade:

K  

This is a student height graph idea involving “snowballs”

  Title – Snowball Graphing By – Kathleen Peterson Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – PreK-2 and Special Education Materials needed: White construction paper cut into snowballs, scissors, glue, and large paper roll paper. Draw round snowballs out of white construction …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

PreK, K, 1, 2  

In this lesson, special needs students practice counting by jumping squares

  Title – Jumping Beans By – Jessica Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – K **I work with special needs students. This could be adapted to suit other classes, but is best with one on one work or with a small …

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Subject:

Math  

Grade:

K  

“Round the Clock” is a unit on time to the half-hour and digital/analog clocks

Title – Round the Clock By – Fatima Tuz Zahra Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Grade Level – PreK-1 Background: Since there are 60 minutes in an hour, children must be able to read and order numbers to 60 before …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

PreK, K, 1  

“Marsupial Math” is a lesson on Subtraction Sentences

Title – Marsupial Math By – Dana L. Craig Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Grade Level – K-1 “Marsupial Math” Concepts to be taught: Subtraction Writing subtraction sentences Behavioral Objectives: The student will be able to show how to solve …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

K, 1  

Squishy Ball Numeration incorporates counting, number identification and number writing

  Title – Squishy Ball Numeration By – Jen Konrad Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – K-1 This is a lesson that I used with my special needs students. It works best in small groups, lots of modeling and explicit directions! …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

K, 1  

Here’s a lesson for Valentine’s Day called Love Bugs, used to discuss Bugs

Title – Love Bug By – Amy Subject – Math, Science, Computers & Internet Grade Level – Kindergarten Children will use their math skills to count the correct amount of ingredients needed. Children will follow directions. Children will explore different kinds of …

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Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Math, Science  

Grade:

K  

In “Making Rainbow Fruity Clouds,” children measure ingredients and follow directions

Title – Rainbow Fruity Clouds By – Karma Johnson Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – PreK-1 Purpose: The purpose of this activity is to introduce measurements. The children will practice measuring ingredients as well as following directions as the children follow …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

PreK, K, 1  

Here’s an early childhood lesson on five geometric shapes

Title – Shapes!! By – Amanda Chuba Subject – Math Grade Level – Pre-K Rationale: This is one of the first lessons the children will learn on shapes. This lesson focuses on five basic geometric shapes. The lesson will focus on the …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

PreK, K  

This lesson uses the MS Paint program to teach counting

Title – Counting By – Barbara Quinn Subject – Math Grade Level – K-1 Using your paint program on your computer have students to draw 4 circles, 3 rectangles, 6 squares. Fill in with different colors. Ask how many red circles do …

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Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Math  

Grades:

K, 1  

This lesson on measuring curvy objects asks, “How Long or How Short”

Title – How Long or How Short By – Karyn Rogers Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – K-1 Topic/Unit: Measurement Content: Students will learn how to measure curvy objects. Benchmarks: Students will be able to identify length by using words such …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

K, 1  

With “Dice Math,” you can practice multiple operations on multiple numbers

Title – Dice Math By – Amy McIntire Primary Subject – Math Grade Level – K-5 Objective: Increase speed with math facts. (Can be used for multiplication, subtraction, addition, etc.) Encourages team work, depending on structure, and competition! Procedures: 1. Have at …

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Subject:

Math  

Grades:

K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  

Coloring pages are included in this child’s first factoring lesson

Title – Beginning To Factor By – Elizabeth Cadle Primary Subject – Math Secondary Subjects – Art Grade Level – K-1 Description: Factoring is an easy part of learning math and gaining familiarity with numbers. This can begin at any time throughout …

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Subjects:

Art, Math  

Grades:

K, 1  

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