Interactive Math Notebook for Kindergarten

Interactive Math Notebook for Kindergarten

As a homeschooling mother of four, I know all about the daily math struggles.  I am currently using THREE different math programs in my classroom because each curriculum lends itself to a particular child and grade level.  Of course, this is one of the many benefits of homeschooling….picking and choosing the curriculum that will aid in the development of individual skills.

Now, my youngest child just graduated Kindergarten this past year and one of the things that helped us build his Math skills was a daily learning folder. This folder became our go-to resource for covering key skills in a fun, engaging way.  Each morning before his math lesson, he would pull out his folder and we’d verbally review different parts.  This was very unscripted and simply intended at a warm-up activity.  I would ask things like, “Find the number 55 on the hundreds chart,” or “What shape has four equal sides?” and he would use his folder to help solve the problem.  Let me tell you that this folder WORKS!  He quickly began to internalize and commit many key math concepts to memory and it only took about 5 minutes each morning. This was such a successful setup for our family so we wanted to be sure to include it in our new Interactive Math Curriculum:

Preview our newest Homeschool Math Curriculum Here

Our Interactive Math Notebook  is Comprehensive:

Interactive Math covers 4-days/week over 36-weeks and is a complete kindergarten math program.  Prior to starting, students should have a good foundation in number recognition and number names.  Over the course of the curriculum, students will learn number patterns, ordinal numbers, number value, addition, subtraction, counting by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s, place value, number bonds and more.

Practical Math: Each month students will focus on practical math concepts to develop necessary life-skills.  These topics include counting money, telling time, using a ruler, estimating, reading a calendar and more.

Review Weeks: Review weeks cycle every 5 weeks and provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of concepts learned during the previous 4 weeks.  Online math games targeting each concept are suggested for some extra fun practice while assessing student skill level.  For more details please see the sample pages above or the chart below.

Our Interactive Math Notebook is FUN!:

Daily Warm Up Folder: Each day your student will review their daily warm up folder prior to starting any new lessons. This folder serves as a simple way to work on key math skills in small time chunks over the entire year. While we have teaching suggestions available, this is intended to be quick, unscripted time for you to connect with your student to cover key concepts.

Daily Lesson Worksheet

For each daily lesson, students receive an instructional worksheet covering a new concept or skill.  Students follow simple instructions to complete the activity.  As the week progresses, students build upon each specific skill with new and engaging activities. Each daily lesson is reinforced with a hands-on activity that prints on the back side of the page.

Daily Hands-on Activities & Games

For each daily lesson, students complete a hands-on activity page or game to reinforce the new concept or skill.  We’ve taken great care to make sure these games require minimal prep work and use supplies that you are likely to have on hand.

 

Our Interactive Math Notebook is Organized & Ready to Go!

No more endless hours spent on Pinterest searching for fun, hands-on printables to keep your students engaged! Interactive Math includes everything you need to teach over the entire year and it prints out in the exact order you need it.  With over 250+ pages, this set covers the following weekly topics:

Our Interactive Math Notebook is Engaging:

Best of all….Our Interactive Math Notebook is Inexpensive:

Interactive Math Curriculum Notebook

$25.00

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  • Myra Reply

    Hi! I just used this curriculum with my daughter for her Kindergarten year and we both really liked it. Do you have any suggestions or recommendations for what to use for Grade 1 Math? It looks like you don’t have offer a curriculum yourself for this level, so I’m just wondering if you know of anything that would build on your Kindergarten book. I just checked out Math for a Living Education on someone’s suggestion but it seems like Grade One would be repeating a lot of what we did this past year. Thanks!

    July 13, 2021 at 3:23 am

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