Question of the Day: Common Core: Kindergarten Math
What are there more of, suns or moons?
There are the same number of suns and moons.
The Common Core Kindergarten Math curriculum includes the basic mathematics skills your child will need to understand more complex mathematical concepts later on. Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools provide useful practice at this critical stage to give your child the experience they’ll need. Per the Common Core standards, the math skills that children at the Kindergarten level will need to know involve a child’s ability to represent and compare whole numbers. Their experience with this usually begins with comparing recognizable sets of objects. The standards also include describing shapes and space, counting, basic addition and subtraction, numbers and operations with base ten digits, and simple geometry. Doing just a few minutes of daily Common Core Kindergarten Math practice with the Question of the Day gives your child the opportunity to become more familiar with the concept and may help them become more motivated to learn math.
The free Common Core Kindergarten Math practice your child will get through the Question of the Day gives them a chance to work on their math skills each day without overwhelming them. Some of the Kindergarten Common Core Math example questions your child may face involve basic counting, simple addition and subtraction, or choosing the correct shape name. Each Question of the Day is accompanied by detailed explanations of the correct answer. You can also compare your child’s performance to the performance of others using the analytical tools, including your learner’s scoring percentile, at the end of the question. These can help you assess where your child’s skill level is at to help them focus on the concepts that challenge them the most. This ultimately saves time because you can then fine-tune your child’s Common Core Kindergarten Math study routine.
The Question of the Day is chosen at random from the material on the dozens of Common Core Kindergarten Math Practice Tests. All of these include material your child is expected to know. Your child will also not know what question they are getting. They are challenged to call on information they’ve learned at random which may help them become more flexible in using their skills. The free online Common Core Kindergarten Math practice includes both past test questions and general curriculum material.
After answering each Question of the Day, you will find explanations of the answer and background information on the concept. These links are great resources to add to your child’s Common Core Kindergarten Math review sessions. These additional insights may help them master the topic and move on to the next. All of the information is presented in a very logical manner. The Common Core Kindergarten Math Learning Tools give your child the opportunity to stay on track in class to ensure they reach the next grade level in time. Using Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools Kindergarten Common Core Math Question of the Day means that education does not end with the school day. Help your child review anytime, anywhere with these free Kindergarten Common Core Math review resources.