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.
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Numerals


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Number Identification Students click on a number.  It animates with sound showing an array representation of the numeral 0-10.

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

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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

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Counting Bears
Count the bears to practice numbers 0-5.
Greater than, Less than, and Equal

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Math Bumper Cars
Sort bumper cars with Alison the Elephant.  This game focus on sorting and comparing numerals.
Shapes

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

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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

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Number Match 11-30
This is very good for visualizing sets of 10 plus extras to build the larger numbers.
Money

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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

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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

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

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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 risk-taking 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 math-oriented 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.