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Free Math Games offers 13 top level categories for kindergarten. Taken together, these categories cover the majority of the US math curriculum for kindergarten.

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Below is the complete list of topics for kindergarten arranged by category. Click on a topic to view more information.

Counting

From 0 to 20

- Count from 1 to 10Count up from 1 to 10 using whole numbers
- Count from 10 to 20Count up from 10 to 20 using numbers
- Number line 0 to 10Count up from 0 to 10 using a number line
- Number line 10 to 20Count up from 10 to 20 using a number line
- Count applesCount the number of apples in each picture
- Count centimetresGet the length of the line by counting the number of centimetres

From 20 to 50

- Count from 20 to 30Count up from 20 to 30 using whole numbers
- Count from 30 to 50Count up from 30 to 50 using numbers
- Number line 20 to 30Count up from 20 to 30 using a number line
- Number line 30 to 50Count up from 30 to 50 using a number line

From 50 to 100

- Count from 50 to 75Count up from 50 to 75 using whole numbers
- Count from 75 to 100Count up from 75 to 100 using whole numbers
- Number line 50 to 100Count up from 50 to 100 using a number line

From 90 to 120

- Count from 90 to 120Count up from 90 to 120 using whole numbers
- Number line 90 to 120Count up from 90 to 120 using a number line

Down from 20

- Count down from 10 to 1Count down from 10 to 1 using numbers
- Count down from 20 to 10Count down from 20 to 10 using numbers

In steps of 2

- Count up in steps of 2Count up in steps of 2 from 2 to 20
- 2 step number line to 20Count up in steps of 2 from 2 to 20 using a number line
- Count down in steps of 2Count down from 20 to 2 in steps of 2

In steps of 10

- Count up to 100 in steps of 10Count up in steps of 10 to 100 using numbers
- 10 step number line to 100Count up to 100 in steps of 10 using a number line

Read and write numbers

- Number names to digits: 0 to 9Read the names of these numbers and choose the correct matching digit
- From digits to number names: 0 to 9Match the given digits to the correct name for the number
- Number names to digits: 10 to 20Read the names of these numbers from ten to twenty and choose the correct matching digits
- From digits to number names: 10 to 20Match the given digits to the correct name for these numbers from 10 to 20

Ordinals

- From first to tenthLearn the ordinal numbers from first to tenth
- From 11th to 20thLearn the ordinal numbers from eleventh to twentieth
- Who came first?Choose the person who came in first place in each of the tests
- Who came second?For each set of test results find the person who came second
- Who came third?For each test identify the person who came in third place

One more or less

- One more thanIdentify the number that is one more than a given number for numbers up to 100
- One less thanIdentify the number that is one less than a given number for numbers up to 100

Comparing numbers

Biggest smallest 1-20

- Biggest number: 1 to 20Choose the biggest number from groups of numbers between 1 and 20
- Smallest number: 1 to 20Choose the smallest from groups of numbers between 1 and 20
- Biggest or smallest number to 20Choose the biggest or smallest number in groups of numbers from 1 and 20

Biggest smallest 20-50

- Biggest number: 20 to 50Choose the biggest number from groups of numbers between 20 and 50
- Smallest number: 20 to 50Choose the smallest number from groups of numbers between 20 and 50
- Biggest and smallest: 20 to 50Choose the smallest and the biggest number from lists of numbers between 20 and 50

Bigger and smaller

- Biggest number: 1 to 20Choose the biggest of 2 numbers between 1 and 20
- Smaller number: 1 to 20Choose the smaller of 2 numbers between 1 and 20
- Biggest number: 20 to 50Choose the biggest of 2 numbers between 20 and 50
- Smaller number: 20 to 50Choose the smaller of 2 numbers between 20 and 50

More, Less or Equal

- More, Less or Equal to 20Are these numbers more than, less than or equal to 20?

Odds and evens 1 to 20

- Is the number odd or even?Decide whether the given numbers are odd or even
- Count even numbersHow many of these numbers from 1 to 20 are even?
- Count odd numbersHow many of these numbers from 20 to 50 are odd?

Ordering numbers

- Sort numbers: smallest to largestOrder four numbers up to 50 from smallest to largest
- Sort numbers: largest to smallestOrder four numbers up to 50 from largest to smallest

Pattern

Pictographs

- Representing numbersUse the pictographs to find out how many fruit of each type have been eaten
- Butterflies and leavesUse the pictographs to count the number of items in a category

Number patterns

- Zeros and onesPick the next number in the pattern
- Odds and evensPick the next number in these odds and evens patterns
- Fives and tensPick the next number in these patterns of adding 5 or 10

Shape patterns

- SquaresPick the next colored square in the pattern
- Circles and trianglesPick the next colour and shape in these patterns of circles and triangles

Estimate number of objects

- Estimate the number of itemsEstimate the number of stars in each picture

Place value

Identifying place values

- Units: 2-digit numbersIdentify the units place value for each of these two-digit numbers
- Units: 3-digit numbersIdentify the units place value for each of these three-digit numbers
- Tens: 2-digit numbersIdentify the number of tens in each of these two-digit numbers
- Tens: 3-digit numbersIdentify the number of tens in each of these three-digit numbers

Read & write numbers

- Place value: numbers to 10Read these numbers as words and choose the right place value in tens and units
- Place value: numbers to 20Read these numbers as words and decide their place values as tens and units
- Place value to number: to 20Choose the right number for these place value descriptions of numbers up to 20

Addition

Adding numbers

- Add single-digit numbersCount on in ones to add two single-digit numbers together
- Bridge through 10 additionCount on in ones to add past 10 into double-digits

One-step problems

- Missing number addition: 1 to 20Find the missing number for these additions of two numbers that add up to less than 20
- Missing answer addition: 1 to 20Find the missing answer for these additions of two numbers between 1 and 20

Number bonding

- Addition: Number bonding to 10In each list identify the number pairs that bond to 10
- Addition: Number bonding to 20In each list identify the number pairs that bond to 20
- Addition: Number bonding to 15In each list identify the number pairs that bond to 15

Add using number bonds

- Number bond single-digit numbersFind the number that bonds with the given number to get the given answer
- Single-digit plus double-digit bondingUse number bonding to add a single-digit number and a double-digit number
- Add four numbersUse number bonding to simplify adding four numbers

Matching additions

- Match additions: 1-digit numbersFrom 3 tiles showing single-digit addition sums, choose the 2 tiles that give the same answer

Word problems

- Total number of itemsUse addition to find out how many of the given item the friends have in total

Subtraction

Subtracting numbers

- Subtract numbers from 1 to 9Subtract single-digit numbers by counting down
- Subtraction: bridge through 10Subtract a single-digit number from a double-digit number by counting down through 10

One-step problems

- Missing number subtraction problemsPIck the missing number for these single-digit subtraction sums
- Missing answer subtraction problemsPick the missing answer for these 1 to 20 subtraction sums

Reverse Number bonding

- Reverse number bonding to 20Subtract a number from 20 by reversing number bonds
- Reverse number bonding to 10, 15Subtract a number from 10 or 15 by reversing number bonds

Matching subtractions

- Match subtractions: 1-digit numbersFrom 3 tiles with single-digit subtraction sums shown, choose the tiles that give the same answer

Word problems

- How many more?Use subtraction to find out how many more things one person has than another person
- How many left?Use subtraction to find out how many items are left

Add + Subtract

Add then subtract

- Adding 9Add 9 to a number by adding 10 and then subtracting 1
- Adding 8Add 8 to a number by adding 10 and then subtracting 2

Add then add again

- Adding 11Add 11 to a number by adding 10 and then adding 1
- Adding 12Add 12 to a number by adding 10 and then adding 2 more

Subtract then add

- Subtract 9Subtract 9 from a number by subtracting 10 then adding 1 back
- Subtract 8Subtract 8 by subtracting 10 from a number then adding 2 back

Subtract then subtract again

- Subtract 11Subtract 11 by subtracting 10 from the number and then subtracting 1 more
- Subtract 12Subtract 12 by subtracting 10 then subtracting 2 more

Number machine

- Add and subtractAdd and subtract to find the answer
- Missing additionFind the missing number in these number machine additions
- Missing subtractionFind the missing number for these number machine 2 step subtractions

Multiplication

Grouping objects

- Grouping into twosCount how many groups of two fruit you can see in each picture
- Grouping into threesCount how many groups of three items you can see in each picture

Groups to numbers

- Groups of two to sumsUse the groups of 2 items in each picture to make a multiplication sum
- Groups of three to sumsFrom the number of groups of 3 objects write a multiplication sum

Division

Dividing objects

- Divide into 2 groupsIf you divide the fruit into 2 groups, say how many fruit will be in each group
- Divide into 3 groupsIf you divide the fruit into 3 groups, say how many fruit will be in each group

Multiply + Divide

Doubling halving

- Double the number of objectsWhat is the new number of objects if you double the number of objects in the picture?
- Halve the number of objectsFind the new number of objects if you halve the number of objects in the picture

Fractions

Name fractions

- Half or quarterIn the pictures, is the part shaded red a half or a quarter of the whole thing?

Fractions of numbers

- Half of a numberChoose the correct answer for half of each of these numbers
- Quarter of a numberChoose the correct answer for a quarter of a number

Measurements

Compare height weight

- Who is taller?Look at the heights of two people and say who is taller
- Which weighs more?Look at the weights of two objects and pick the one that is heavier
- Double the heightFor each set of items, pick the item that is double the height of the named item
- Half the heightFor each group of people, pick the person who is half the height of Sam

Compare volume

- How full or empty is it?Choose the words that describe how full or empty the container is
- Half full: more or lessDecide if each container is more than half full, less than half full or exactly half full

Measure in standard units

- Measure volumeLook at each container and decide the volume of liquid by reading the scale
- Measure lengthIdentify the correct length for each red line by reading the scale in centimeters

Telling the time

- Tell time: on the hourUse the clock to choose the correct time
- Half past the hourUse the clock to choose the correct time

Compare times

- Who runs faster?Compare the race times of 2 runners to find the faster runner
- Earlier and laterCompare times for journeys and actions and say who will arrive or finish earlier or later

Chronological order

- Order chronological wordsPut language like today, yesterday, first, last etc. in the correct chronological order
- Order days of the weekPut these days of the week in the correct order
- Order months of the yearPut these months of the year in the correct order
- Order years chronologicallyPut these years in the correct order from earliest to latest

Money

- Value of coinsFor each pair of coins identify the one that is more or less valuable

Shapes

Identifying shapes

- Two-dimensional shapesIdentify the name of each of these two-dimensional shapes
- Three-dimensional shapesIdentify the name of each of these three-dimensional shapes

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