# Weekly Kindergarten Math Lessons (36 Weeks) ### Getting Started

The weekly Kindergarten math lesson worksheets below are divided into 36 weeks and cover beginning math concepts like counting, writing numbers, identifying shapes, simple addition, simple subtraction, comparing, sorting, and more. Each week usually includes 10 or 11 printable worksheets and combines concepts together so that your student can practice a variety of skills each week. Worksheets here are the same as you’ll find in our 1st grade math worksheets section, but conveniently grouped into weeks.

It’s easy to get started!  Some prefer to just print a week off at a time, while others group worksheets into 9-week  binders. There’s no right or wrong answer so just do what works best for you and your student. If you find these worksheets helpful please share MathDiscovery.com with a friend!

You can also access our 1st grade math worksheets which breaks down everything by concept instead of into weeks. ### Worksheets (all activites are free, printable PDFs)

#### Week 1

Counting Chart (≤ 10), writing numbers (1-2), counting (1-5), representing addition with objects (≤ 5), identifying circles, squares and triangles.

#### Week 2

Counting (1-5), writing Numbers (3-5), representing addition with fingers (≤ 5), identifying circles, squares and triangles.

#### Week 3

Counting (1-5 and 1-10), counting by ones (1-5), writing numbers (6-7), representing addition with drawings (≤ 5), and adding (≤ 5).

#### Week 4

Counting (1-10), counting by ones (1-5), writing numbers (8-9), representing addition with words (≤ 5), adding (≤ 5), identifying rectangles and hexagons.

#### Week 5

Counting (1-10), counting by ones (1-5), writing numbers (10), representing addition with objects, adding (≤ 5), identifying hexagons and mixed shapes.

#### Week 6

Counting chart (≤ 20), writing numbers (11-12), counting (11-19), adding (≤ 5), comparing objects by matching (1 to 5), representing addition with fingers, and making 10.

#### Week 7

Writing numbers (13-16), counting (11-19), comparing objects by matching (1 to 5), representing addition with drawings, and making 10.

#### Week 8

Writing numbers (17-20), counting (11-20), making 10, comparing objects by matching (1 to 10), and representing addition with words.

#### Week 9

Counting (11-20), making 10, making tens and ones, comparing objects by matching (1 to 10), counting by ones (6-10), and adding (sums = 6 or 7).

#### Week 10

Counting (5-20), making tens and ones, comparing objects by matching (1 to 10), adding (sums = 6 or 7 and sums = 8 or 9), writing numbers (1-4), and counting chart (≤ 50).

#### Week 11

Counting (5-20), making tens and ones, comparing objects by matching (1 to 10), counting by ones (6-10), and comparing objects (1 to 5).

#### Week 12

Counting (5-20), writing numbers (5-12), comparing objects (1 to 5), comparing objects (1 to 10), adding (sums = 6 or 7 and sums = 8 or 9), and identifying mixed shapes.

#### Week 13

Counting (5-20), writing numbers (13-20), comparing objects (1 to 10), adding (sums = 6 or 7 and sums = 8 or 9), and sorting by shape.

#### Week 14

Counting (1-10 scattered), counting by ones (11-19), comparing objects (1 to 10), add (sums = 6 or 7 and sums = 8 or 9), and identifying cubes.

#### Week 15

Counting (1-10 scattered), counting by ones (11-19), adding (sums = 6 or 7, sums = 8 or 9, and sums 5 to 10), and decomposing numbers (≤ 5).

#### Week 16

Counting (1-10 scattered), counting by ones (1-20), adding (sums 5 to 10), decomposing numbers (≤ 5), and identifying cones.

#### Week 17

Counting by ones (1-20), counting forward to the next number, adding (sums 5 to 10), making 10, decomposing numbers (6 or 7), and drawing to represent teen numbers.

#### Week 18

Counting forward to the next number, adding (sums 5 to 10), making 10, decomposing numbers (6 or 7), drawing to represent teen numbers, and writing an equation to represent a set of blocks.

#### Week 19

Counting forward 2-5 numbers, adding (sums 5 to 10), drawing to represent teen numbers, writing an equation to represent a set of blocks, counting chart (1 to 100), counting by 10s, and identifying cylinders.

#### Week 20

Drawing to represent teen numbers, counting forward 2-5 numbers, adding (sums 5 to 10), writing an equation to represent a set of blocks, representing subtraction with objects and fingers, and counting by 10s.

#### Week 21

Writing an equation to represent a set of blocks, counting forward 2-5 numbers, adding (sums 5 to 10), representing subtraction with objects and fingers, and counting by 10s.

#### Week 22

Representing subtraction with drawings and words, subtracting (< 5), making 10 (use an equation), and decomposing (8, 9, 10).

#### Week 23

Representing subtraction with drawings, counting by 10s, subtracting (< 5), making 10 (use an equation), decomposing (8, 9, 10), and comparing lengths.

#### Week 24

Representing subtraction with words, subtracting (< 5), decomposing (≤ 10), sorting by size, comparing lengths, and comparing 2-d shapes.

#### Week 25

Subtracting (6 to 9), decomposing (≤ 10), counting forward up to 10 numbers, identifying spheres, and sorting by size.

#### Week 26

Subtracting (6 to 9), decomposing (≤ 10), counting forward up to 10 numbers, fluently adding numbers from 0 to 5, identifying three-dimensional shapes (mixed), and comparing numbers (1 to 5).

#### Week 27

Subtracting (6 to 9), counting forward up to 10 numbers, fluently adding numbers from 0 to 5, comparing numbers (1 to 5) and heights.

#### Week 28

Subtracting (≤ 10), counting forward up to 10 numbers, fluently adding numbers from 0 to 5, comparing numbers (1 to 5), and sorting by color.

#### Week 29

Subtracting (≤ 10), comparing numbers (1 to 10), comparing weights, making a picture graph, identifying three-dimensional shapes (mixed), and sorting by shape.

#### Week 30

Comparing numbers (1 to 10), direct comparison, subtracting (≤ 10), sorting by color, and identifying positions (above/below).

#### Week 31

Comparing numbers (1 to 10), making a picture graph, reading a picture graph, fluently subtracting numbers 0 to 5, and identifying position (beside).

#### Week 32

Making a picture graph, reading a picture graph, fluently subtracting numbers 0 to 5, identifying position (in front of/behind), distinguishing 2-d/3-d shapes, and comparing 2-d shapes (number of sides).

#### Week 33

Fluently subtracting numbers 0 to 5, identifying position (next to), distinguishing 2-d/3-d shapes, comparing 2-d shapes (number of sides), and composing with 2-d shapes.

#### Week 34

Fluently subtracting numbers 0 to 5, identifying position (mixed), counting sides and corners of 2-d shapes, and composing with 2-d shapes.

#### Week 35

Fluently subtracting numbers 0 to 5, identifying position (mixed), comparing 3-d shapes (corners and faces), and building shapes from other shapes.

#### Week 36

Comparing 3-d shapes (corners and faces), comparing 2-d shapes (sides of same length), building shapes from other shapes, and counting sides and corners of 2-d shapes.