Kindergarten Resources 
Technology
Integration with Curriculum 

Math
These games
and lesson ideas integrate with our Kindergarten Math curriculum.
I hope you find useful ideas here! Mrs. Sabers
2.1
A Count and write using
whole numbers to 20 and to 100 by sets of 10.
2.1 B Use whole numbers to represent quantities of sets to 20. 2.1 H Match sets to correct numerals. 

Curricular
Focus: 
Additional
Standards: 
Lesson
or Website: 
Summary
and Lesson Usage Ideas: 

Numerals 
1 
Number Identification  Students click on a number. It animates with sound showing an array representation of the numeral 010.  
Number Match 2  Match the numeral to the number set/array. Number sets are counted aloud for the child (Easy).  
1.1 E Acquire a
sight word vocabulary. 
Number
Concentration 3 
Match a numeral to a number word
(Hard). 

Number
Match 4 
Match the number word to the
number set/array. Number sets are counted aloud for the child
(Medium). 

1.1 E Acquire a sight word vocabulary.  Number
Concentration 5 
Match a numeral to a number word
(Medium). 

Number
Match 6 
Match numeral to number word
(Hard). 

1.1 E Acquire a sight word vocabulary.  Number
Concentration 7 
Match a numeral to a number
set/array (Easy). 

Time to the hour 
Telling
Time 
This is good for introducing
telling time to the hour. 

Patterns 
2 
Pattern
Builder 
Use the musical keys to build
sound patterns. 

Numerals Graphing 
3 
Counting
Objects 
Make a graph to show the number of animals in the picture.  
Counting Objects 
4 
Counting Bears 
Count the bears to practice
numbers 05. 

Greater than, Less than, and
Equal 
5 
Math
Bumper Cars 
Sort bumper cars with Alison the
Elephant. This game focus on sorting and comparing numerals. 

Shapes 
6 
Matching Shapes 
Drag real world objects to the
truck with the shape to match. 

Greater Numbers 
7 
Count to 100 
This game is a bit harder! The
child has to type in the missing numbers on a grid from 1 to 100.
They will need to use the keyboard and the enter/return key. 

Sets of 10 
8 
Number Match
1130 
This is very good for
visualizing sets of 10 plus extras to build the larger numbers. 

Money 
9 
Identify
Coins 
Count how many pennies, nickels,
dimes, or quarters. Type in the number and click check. If
you get the right answer you build pieces to a robot. Fun! 

Measurement 
10 
Longer/Shorter 
This is a good game, BUT it
doesn't read the longer? or shorter? question to the child...so be sure
to preview those vocab words and key in on the L for longer and the S
for shorter. If you are playing individually with one student you
can read the screen to them. 

Time 
11 
Tell Time to
the Hour 
Choose the correct digital clock
to match the time on the analog clock. 

Addition 
12 
Adding Bricks 
Click the wheelbarrow to
start. Count the bricks to help solve the addition
problems. Build a house with the bricks when you're done. 

The
following activites support our Kindergarten Math Units. 

Chapter 1: Position and Sorting 
Chapter 1: Home
Activities 

Chapter 2: Graphing and Patterns 
Chapter 2: Home
Activities 
Intervention
Lesson 
Intervention
Practice 

Chapter 3: Numbers Through 5 
Chapter 3: Home
Activites 
Intervention
Lesson 
Intervention
Practice 

Chapter 4: Numbers Through 10 
Chapter 4: Home
Activities 
Intervention
Lesson 
Intervention
Practice 

Chapter 5: Numbers Through 31 
Chapter 5: Home
Activities 
Intervention
Lesson 
Intervention
Practice 

Chapter 6: Measurement 
Chapter 6: Home
Activities 

Chapter 7: Time and Money 
Chapter 7: Home
Activities 
Intervention
Lesson 
Intervention
Practice 

Chapter 8: Geometry and Fractions 
Chapter 8: Home
Activities 

Chapter 9: Readiness for Additionand Subtraction 
Chapter 9: Home
Activities 
Intervention
Lesson 
Intervention
Practice 

Chapter 10: Understanding Addition 
Chapter 10: Home
Activities 
Intervention
Lesson 
Intervention
Practice 

Chapter 11: Understanding Subtraction 
Chapter 11: Home
Activities 
Intervention
Lesson 
Intervention
Practice 

Chapter 12: Counting and Number Patterns to 100 
Chapter 12: Home
Activities 
Intervention
Lesson 
Intervention
Practice 

Lesson Ideas and
Resources: Parents  These are great activities for home. Teachers  I have found these lessons and resources are great for my kindergarten classroom. Hope you find something useful! Mrs. Sabers 

Solving Problems 
1.5 G Develop
risktaking behavior when writing/drawing is shared with others. 2.5 B Discuss strategies and resources for problem solving. 2.1 G When given two sets, determine which set has more and which set has less. 
Draw
a Math Story 
This activity begins with the
reading aloud of several mathoriented stories, identifies key
mathematical vocabulary terms, models math story writing, and then
gives students an opportunity to write addition and subtraction
stories. Students first draw a series of pictures which depict adding
more or taking away objects; they then write a correlating story to go
with the pictures they’ve drawn. Finally, students share their stories
aloud, and equations are written which symbolize the adding and
subtracting written into the stories. 