Kindergarten Math Stick Kids Workbook (Stick Kids Workbooks) by Majella Maas

Kindergarten Math Stick Kids Workbook (Stick Kids Workbooks)

Book Title: Kindergarten Math Stick Kids Workbook (Stick Kids Workbooks)

Publisher: Creative Teaching Press

ISBN: 1616017767

Author: Majella Maas

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Every day your child is acquiring skills needed for entry into the world beyond family and home. Arrival at school brings both new learning experiences and novel applications of what your child already knows. Math comprises a large part of the Kindergarten curriculum. This book provides repeated practice of essential math skills your child will encounter in school. Although some of the activities in this book may appear to be simplistic, their mastery is essential for your childs success in Kindergarten math. In addition, the tasks in this book are also designed to strengthen your childs ability to problem-solve, think critically, and become familiar with the academic language commonly used in the school setting.

Upon your child's completion of each activity, use the provided incentive chart and stickers to track progress and celebrate your childs success.

Whether students need extra practice with grade-level skills or a head start on next year, Stick Kids® Workbooks offer engaging activities, games, and puzzles that help make learning lots of fun. Each 56-page book features full-color activities, a list of the skills, and an explanation of why those skills are important for development. Also included are helpful tips, an answer key, a handy tracking sheet, stickers for acknowledging achievements, and appearances by the lovable Stick Kids!

These right-sized (7 x 9) skill practice workbooks are perfect for use at school, or as entertaining activities on the go. Tuck them into a backpack, purse, or travel bag. Great for school breaks, vacations, and year-long practice.


  • Number recognition
  • Skip counting
  • Shape recognition
  • Patterns
  • One-to-one correspondence
  • Simple addition
  • Number sets
  • Simple subtraction
  • Counting order


  • Create a calm, quiet setting in which to complete the activities.
  • Carefully read the directions aloud to your child.
  • Provide manipulatives, such as paper clips, beans, coins, and counting blocks, to model problems and connect meaning to the written words and numbers.
  • Practice counting aloud to increasingly higher numbers as your child becomes more fl uent in number order.
  • Encourage your child to identify and name shapes in his or her environment.