# Kindergarten Math Tutor

Kindergarten math is vital to those parents who want to give their children a head start on their academic careers. Tutor Doctor is able to make learning the fundamentals of math fun and interesting for your pre-schooler.

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### Kindergarten Sample Curriculum

#### Numbers

- Recite the number sequence from 1 to 30 and from 10 to 1
- Name the number that comes after a given number from 1 to 9
- Name the number that comes before a given number from 2 to 10
- Recite number names from a given number to a stated number
- Construct a set of objects corresponding to a given numeral
- Name the number for a set of objects
- Hold up the appropriate number of fingers for a given numeral
- Match numerals with their pictorial representations
- Answer the question, “How many are in the set?” using the last number counted in a set
- Show that the count of the number of objects in a set does not change regardless of the order in which the objects are counted
- Count the number of objects in a given set, rearrange the objects, predict the new count, and recount to verify the prediction

#### Shapes

- Compare the length (height) of two objects, and explain the comparison using the words “shorter,” “longer (taller)” or “almost the same”
- Compare the mass (weight) of two objects, and explain the comparison using the words “lighter,”” heavier” or “almost the same”
- Compare the volume (capacity) of two objects and explain the comparison using the words “less,” “more,” “bigger,” “smaller” or “almost the same”
- Sort a set of familiar 3-D objects using a single attribute, such as size or shape and explain the sorting rule
- Determine the difference between two pre-sorted sets by explaining a sorting rule used to sort them
- Build and describe 3-D objects
- Create a representation of a 3-D object using materials such as modelling clay and building blocks and compare the representation to the original 3-D object
- Describe a 3-D object, using words such as “big,” “little,” “round,” “like a box” and “like a can”

#### Patterns and Relations

- Distinguish between repeating patterns and non-repeating sequences in a set by identifying the part that repeats
- Copy a repeating pattern (e.g. actions, sound, colour, size, shape, orientation) and describe the pattern
- Create a repeating pattern using manipulatives, musical instruments, or actions and describe the pattern
- Identify and describe a repeating pattern in the classroom, the school and outdoors (e.g. in a familiar song, in a nursery rhyme)
- Extend a variety of repeating patterns to two more repetitions