Algebraic Terms

Algebraic Terms

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Geometry Terms

Geometry Terms

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Measurements

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Money

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Number Sense

Number Sense

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Operations

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Shapes

Shapes

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Time

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Kindergarten Math

When it comes to kindergarten math, you might be surprised to hear terms like algebra and geometry. However, kindergarteners are ready to have fun learning math basics and start building a strong foundation for what comes next.

  1. Kindergarteners will learn about something we call number sense. Number sense means having a basic understanding of what numbers are and how we use them.
  2. They’ll also explore measurement. They’ll learn about things like length, weight, area, and volume in a general sense. This helps them begin to understand when and how we use these measurements. They’ll also gain a better understanding of how we measure time in days, weeks, months, and years.
  3. In kindergarten, telling time usually means becoming familiar with a clock and being able to tell time to the nearest hour.
  4. Kindergarten math will also help students build a strong foundation in geometry. One of the basic skills of geometry is recognizing and understanding different shapes.
  5. Math operations involves learning the basic ways that we can use and manipulate numbers.
  6. Kindergarten students will learn some basic math vocabulary, concepts and skills when it comes to money. Students learn to identify coins and their values. Most importantly, they understand the idea that money represents something and has value.
  7. Algebra is a part of mathematics where symbols represent numbers and we learn that there are rules to operations. Kindergarten students learn to identify, sort, and classify objects and symbols. They also learn to recognize patterns.