**Pre-K math**

Here is a list of all of the math skills students learn in pre-K! These skills are organized into categories, and you can move your mouse over any skill name to preview the skill. To start practicing, just click on any link. IXL will track your score, and the questions will automatically increase in difficulty as you improve!

Count to 3

A.1 Learn to count – up to 3

A.2 Count objects – up to 3

A.3 Count dots – up to 3

A.4 Count shapes – up to 3

A.5 Count using stickers – up to 3

A.6 Count on ten frames – up to 3

A.7 Show numbers on ten frames – up to 3

A.8 Represent numbers – up to 3

Count to 5

B.1 Learn to count – up to 5

B.2 Count objects – up to 5

B.3 Count dots – up to 5

B.4 Count shapes – up to 5

B.5 Count using stickers – up to 5

B.6 Count on ten frames – up to 5

B.7 Show numbers on ten frames – up to 5

B.8 Represent numbers – up to 5

Count to 10

C.1 Learn to count – up to 10

C.2 Count objects – up to 10

C.3 Count dots – up to 10

C.4 Count shapes – up to 10

C.5 Count using stickers – up to 10

C.6 Count on ten frames – up to 10

C.7 Show numbers on ten frames – up to 10

C.8 Represent numbers – up to 10

Count to 20

D.1 Count objects – up to 20

D.2 Count dots – up to 20

D.3 Count shapes – up to 20

D.4 Count on ten frames – up to 20

D.5 Show numbers on ten frames – up to 20

D.6 Represent numbers – up to 20

Comparing

E.1 Are there enough?

E.2 More

E.3 Fewer

E.4 Fewer and more – compare by counting

E.5 Compare in a mixed group

E.6 Compare numbers (larger and largest)

E.7 Compare numbers (smaller and smallest)

Positions

F.1 Inside and outside

F.2 Left and right

F.3 Left, middle, and right

F.4 Top and bottom

F.5 Top, middle, and bottom

F.6 Above and below

F.7 Beside and next to

Classify

G.1 Different

G.2 Same

G.3 Same and different

G.4 Classify shapes by color

G.5 Classify and sort by color

G.6 Classify and sort by shape

Patterns

H.1 Color patterns

H.2 Size patterns

H.3 Shape patterns

H.4 What comes next?

Size

I.1 Long and short

I.2 Tall and short

I.3 Light and heavy

I.4 Holds more or less

I.5 Wide and narrow

I.6 Compare size and weight

Money

J.1 Pennies and nickels

J.2 Dimes and quarters

J.3 Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters

J.4 Count pennies

Flat shapes

K.1 Name the shape

K.2 Circles

K.3 Squares

K.4 Triangles

K.5 Rectangles

K.6 Circles, squares, and triangles

Solid shapes

L.1 Flat and solid shapes

L.2 Name the solid shape

L.3 Spheres

L.4 Cubes

L.5 Cones

L.6 Cylinders

L.7 Select solid shapes

**Kindergarten math**

Here is a list of all of the math skills students learn in kindergarten! These skills are organized into categories, and you can move your mouse over any skill name to preview the skill. To start practicing, just click on any link. IXL will track your score, and the questions will automatically increase in difficulty as you improve!

Numbers and counting up to 3

A.1 Learn to count to 3

A.2 Count to 3

A.3 Count using stickers – up to 3

A.4 Count on ten frames – up to 3

A.5 Show numbers on ten frames – up to 3

A.6 Represent numbers – up to 3

Numbers and counting up to 5

B.1 Learn to count to 5

B.2 Count to 5

B.3 Count using stickers – up to 5

B.4 Count on ten frames – up to 5

B.5 Show numbers on ten frames – up to 5

B.6 Represent numbers – up to 5

B.7 One more – up to 5

B.8 Count one more – up to 5

B.9 One less – up to 5

B.10 Count one less – up to 5

Numbers and counting up to 10

C.1 Learn to count to 10

C.2 Count to 10

C.3 Count dots – up to 10

C.4 Count blocks – up to 10

C.5 Count using stickers – up to 10

C.6 Count on ten frames – up to 10

C.7 Show numbers on ten frames – up to 10

C.8 Represent numbers – up to 10

C.9 One more – up to 10

C.10 Count one more – up to 10

C.11 One less – up to 10

C.12 Count one less – up to 10

C.13 One more and one less – up to 10

C.14 Count one more and one less – up to 10

C.15 Count up – with numbers

C.16 Count up and down – with numbers

C.17 Count to fill a ten frame

C.18 Tally marks – up to 10

C.19 Number lines – up to 10

C.20 Before, after, and between – up to 10

C.21 Count forward – up to 10

C.22 Count forward and backward – up to 10

C.23 Names of numbers – up to 10

C.24 Complete a sequence – up to 10

Numbers and counting up to 20

D.1 Count to 20

D.2 Count dots – 0 to 20

D.3 Count on ten frames – up to 20

D.4 Show numbers on ten frames – up to 20

D.5 Represent numbers – up to 20

D.6 Count up – up to 20

D.7 Count up and down – up to 20

D.8 Tally marks – up to 20

D.9 Number lines – up to 20

D.10 Before, after, and between – up to 20

D.11 Count forward – up to 20

D.12 Count forward and backward – up to 20

D.13 Names of numbers – up to 20

D.14 Complete a sequence – up to 20

D.15 Count blocks – up to 20

D.16 Count tens and ones – up to 20

D.17 Write tens and ones – up to 20

Numbers and counting beyond 20

E.1 Count on ten frames – up to 30

E.2 Count groups of ten

E.3 Count to 100

E.4 Counting on the hundred chart

E.5 Number lines – up to 30

E.6 Count blocks – up to 30

E.7 Count tens and ones – up to 30

E.8 Write tens and ones – up to 30

E.9 Count blocks – up to 100

Skip-counting

F.1 Learn to skip-count by twos

F.2 Skip-count by twos

F.3 Skip-count by twos on ten frames

F.4 Learn to skip-count by fives

F.5 Skip-count by fives

F.6 Learn to skip-count by tens

F.7 Skip-count by tens

F.8 Learn to skip-count by twos, fives, and tens

F.9 Skip-count by twos, fives, and tens

Comparing

G.1 Are there enough?

G.2 Fewer and more – compare by matching

G.3 Fewer and more – compare by counting

G.4 Fewer and more – compare in a mixed group

G.5 Fewer, more, and same

G.6 Compare two numbers – up to 10

G.7 Compare three numbers – up to 10

Patterns

H.1 Color patterns

H.2 Size patterns

H.3 Shape patterns

H.4 Find the next shape in a pattern

H.5 Complete a pattern

H.6 Growing patterns

H.7 Find the next shape in a growing pattern

H.8 Find the next row in a growing pattern

Addition up to 5

I.1 Add with pictures – sums up to 5

I.2 Addition sentences – sums up to 5

I.3 Add two numbers – sums up to 5

I.4 Make a number using addition – sums up to 5

I.5 Complete the addition sentence – sums up to 5

I.6 Addition word problems – sums up to 5

Addition up to 10

J.1 Add with pictures – sums up to 10

J.2 Addition sentences – sums up to 10

J.3 Add two numbers – sums up to 10

J.4 Make a number using addition – sums up to 10

J.5 Complete the addition sentence – make ten

J.6 Complete the addition sentence – sums up to 10

J.7 Write addition sentences

J.8 Addition word problems – sums up to 10

Subtraction up to 5

K.1 Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 5

K.2 Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 5

K.3 Subtract – numbers up to 5

K.4 Complete the subtraction sentence – numbers up to 5

K.5 Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 5

Subtraction up to 10

L.1 Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 10

L.2 Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 10

L.3 Subtract – numbers up to 10

L.4 Make a number using subtraction – numbers up to 10

L.5 Complete the subtraction sentence – numbers up to 10

L.6 Write subtraction sentences

L.7 Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 10

Positions

M.1 Inside and outside

M.2 Left, middle, and right

M.3 Top, middle, and bottom

M.4 Location in a grid

M.5 Above and below

M.6 Above and below – find solid figures

M.7 Beside and next to

M.8 Beside and next to – find solid figures

Fractions

N.1 Equal parts

N.2 Identify halves, thirds, fourths

Time

O.1 Match digital clocks and times

O.2 Match analog clocks and times

O.3 Match analog and digital clocks

O.4 Read clocks and write times

O.5 A.M. or P.M.

O.6 Times of everyday events

O.7 Seasons

Sorting, ordering, and classifying

P.1 Different

P.2 Same

P.3 Same and different

P.4 Classify shapes by color

P.5 Classify and sort by color

P.6 Classify and sort by shape

P.7 Classify and sort

P.8 Count shapes in a Venn diagram

P.9 Sort shapes into a Venn diagram

P.10 Put numbers up to 10 in order

P.11 Put numbers up to 30 in order

Data and graphs

Q.1 Making graphs

Q.2 Interpreting graphs

Probability

R.1 More or less likely

Measurement

S.1 Long and short

S.2 Tall and short

S.3 Light and heavy

S.4 Holds more or less

S.5 Compare size, weight, and capacity

S.6 Measure using objects

Money

T.1 Coin names – penny through quarter

T.2 Coin values – penny through quarter

T.3 Count money – pennies only

T.4 Count money – pennies and nickels

T.5 Count money – pennies through dimes

T.6 Equivalent groups of coins – pennies through dimes

T.7 Exchanging groups of coins – pennies through dimes

T.8 Exchanging coins – pennies through dimes

T.9 Compare two groups of coins – pennies through dimes

Vocabulary

U.1 Sum and difference

Two-dimensional shapes

V.1 Name the two-dimensional shape

V.2 Circles

V.3 Squares and rectangles

V.4 Hexagons

V.5 Select two-dimensional shapes

V.6 Count sides and corners

V.7 Compare sides and corners

V.8 Introduction to symmetry

V.9 Identify pictures with symmetry

Three-dimensional shapes

W.1 Two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes

W.2 Name the three-dimensional shape

W.3 Spheres

W.4 Cubes

W.5 Cones

W.6 Cylinders

W.7 Select three-dimensional shapes

W.8 Identify shapes traced from solids

W.9 Shapes of everyday objects I

W.10 Shapes of everyday objects II

**First grade math**

Here is a list of all of the math skills students learn in first grade! These skills are organized into categories, and you can move your mouse over any skill name to preview the skill. To start practicing, just click on any link. IXL will track your score, and the questions will automatically increase in difficulty as you improve!

Counting and number patterns

A.1 Counting review – up to 10

A.2 Count to fill a ten frame

A.3 Counting review – up to 20

A.4 Counting tens and ones – up to 20

A.5 Count on ten frames – up to 40

A.6 Counting by tens – up to 100

A.7 Counting – up to 100

A.8 Counting tens and ones – up to 99

A.9 Counting by twos, fives, and tens with pictures

A.10 Counting by twos, fives, and tens

A.11 Counting forward and backward

A.12 Number lines

A.13 Counting on the hundred chart

A.14 Hundred chart

A.15 Even or odd

A.16 Identify numbers as even or odd

A.17 Even or odd numbers on number lines

A.18 Which even or odd number comes before or after?

A.19 Skip-counting patterns – with tables

A.20 Sequences – count up and down by 1, 2, 3, 5, and 10

A.21 Ordinal numbers

A.22 Writing numbers in words

A.23 Roman numerals I, V, X

Understand addition

B.1 Add with pictures – sums up to 10

B.2 Addition sentences – sums up to 10

B.3 Addition sentences using number lines – sums up to 10

B.4 Adding zero

Addition skill builders

C.1 Adding 1

C.2 Adding 2

C.3 Adding 3

C.4 Adding 4

C.5 Adding 5

C.6 Adding 6

C.7 Adding 7

C.8 Adding 8

C.9 Adding 9

C.10 Adding 0

Addition

D.1 Addition facts – sums up to 10

D.2 Make a number using addition – sums up to 10

D.3 Complete the addition sentence – sums up to 10

D.4 Ways to make a number – addition sentences

D.5 Addition word problems – sums up to 10

D.6 Addition sentences for word problems – sums up to 10

D.7 Addition sentences using number lines – sums up to 18

D.8 Addition facts – sums up to 18

D.9 Addition word problems – sums up to 18

D.10 Addition sentences for word problems – sums up to 18

D.11 Addition facts – sums up to 20

D.12 Make a number using addition – sums up to 20

D.13 Addition sentences for word problems – sums up to 20

D.14 Related addition facts

D.15 Addition sentences: true or false?

D.16 Add a one-digit number to a two-digit number – without regrouping

D.17 Regroup tens and ones – ways to make a number

D.18 Regroup tens and ones

D.19 Add a one-digit number to a two-digit number – with regrouping

Addition strategies

E.1 Add doubles – with models

E.2 Add doubles

E.3 Add doubles – complete the sentence

E.4 Add using doubles plus one

E.5 Add using doubles minus one

E.6 Add three numbers – use doubles

E.7 Complete the addition sentence – make ten

E.8 Add three numbers – make ten

E.9 Add two multiples of ten

E.10 Add a multiple of ten

E.11 Add three numbers

E.12 Add three numbers – word problems

Understand subtraction

F.1 Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 10

F.2 Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 10

F.3 Subtraction sentences using number lines – numbers up to 10

F.4 Subtract zero and all

Subtraction skill builders

G.1 Subtracting 1

G.2 Subtracting 2

G.3 Subtracting 3

G.4 Subtracting 4

G.5 Subtracting 5

G.6 Subtracting 6

G.7 Subtracting 7

G.8 Subtracting 8

G.9 Subtracting 9

G.10 Subtracting 0

Subtraction

H.1 Subtraction facts – numbers up to 10

H.2 Make a number using subtraction – numbers up to 10

H.3 Ways to make a number – subtraction sentences

H.4 Ways to subtract from a number – subtraction sentences

H.5 Complete the subtraction sentence

H.6 Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 10

H.7 Subtraction sentences for word problems – numbers up to 10

H.8 Subtraction sentences using number lines – numbers up to 18

H.9 Subtraction facts – numbers up to 18

H.10 Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 18

H.11 Subtraction sentences for word problems – numbers up to 18

H.12 Make a number using subtraction – numbers up to 20

H.13 Related subtraction facts

H.14 Subtraction sentences: true or false?

H.15 Subtract one-digit numbers from two-digit numbers

Subtraction strategies

I.1 Relate addition and subtraction sentences

I.2 Subtract doubles

I.3 Subtract multiples of 10

I.4 Subtract a multiple of 10

Mixed operations

J.1 Addition and subtraction – ways to make a number

J.2 Which sign makes the number sentence true?

J.3 Fact families

J.4 Addition and subtraction facts – numbers up to 10

J.5 Addition and subtraction facts – numbers up to 18

J.6 Addition and subtraction word problems

J.7 Addition and subtraction sentences: true or false?

J.8 Ten more or less

J.9 Add and subtract tens

J.10 Addition and subtraction terms

Comparing

K.1 Comparing – review

K.2 Comparing numbers up to 10

K.3 Comparing numbers up to 100

K.4 Comparison word problems

Estimation

L.1 Estimate to the nearest ten

Place values

M.1 Place value models up to 20

M.2 Write numbers as tens and ones up to 20

M.3 Place value models up to 100

M.4 Convert between tens and ones

M.5 Write numbers as tens and ones

Spatial sense

N.1 Left, middle, and right

N.2 Top, middle, and bottom

N.3 Location in a grid

N.4 Above and below

N.5 Beside and next to

Data and graphs

O.1 Record data with tally charts, picture graphs, tables

O.2 Interpret data in tally charts, picture graphs, tables

O.3 Interpret bar graphs

O.4 Which bar graph is correct?

Measurement

P.1 Read a thermometer

P.2 Compare objects: length and height

P.3 Measure using objects

P.4 Measure using an inch ruler

P.5 Which customary unit of length is appropriate?

P.6 Customary units of length: word problems

P.7 Which customary unit of weight is appropriate?

P.8 Compare and convert cups, pints, and quarts

P.9 Measure using a centimeter ruler

P.10 Which metric unit of length is appropriate?

P.11 Metric units of length: word problems

P.12 Which metric unit of weight is appropriate?

Money

Q.1 Names and values of common coins

Q.2 Names and values of all coins

Q.3 Count pennies, nickels, and dimes

Q.4 Count pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters

Q.5 Equivalent groups of coins

Q.6 Exchanging coins

Q.7 Money – word problems

Q.8 Purchases: do you have enough money?

Q.9 Compare money amounts

Q.10 Least number of coins

Patterns

R.1 Introduction to patterns

R.2 Find the next shape in a pattern

R.3 Complete a pattern

R.4 Make a pattern

R.5 Growing patterns

R.6 Find the next shape in a growing pattern

R.7 Find the next row in a growing pattern

Probability and statistics

S.1 More, less, and equally likely

S.2 Certain, probable, unlikely, and impossible

S.3 Mode and range

Sorting, ordering, and classifying

T.1 Count shapes in a Venn diagram

T.2 Sort shapes into a Venn diagram

T.3 Put numbers in order

Time

U.1 Match digital clocks and times

U.2 Match analog clocks and times

U.3 Match analog and digital clocks

U.4 Read clocks and write times

U.5 A.M. or P.M.

U.6 Times of everyday events

U.7 Compare clocks

U.8 Time and clocks: word problems

U.9 Days of the week

U.10 Seasons of the year

U.11 Months of the year

U.12 Read a calendar

Two-dimensional shapes

V.1 Name the two-dimensional shape

V.2 Select two-dimensional shapes

V.3 Count sides and vertices

V.4 Compare sides and vertices

V.5 Open and closed shapes

V.6 Flip, turn, and slide

V.7 Symmetry

Three-dimensional shapes

W.1 Two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes

W.2 Name the three-dimensional shape

W.3 Cubes and rectangular prisms

W.4 Select three-dimensional shapes

W.5 Count vertices, edges, and faces

W.6 Compare vertices, edges, and faces

W.7 Identify shapes traced from solids

W.8 Identify faces of three-dimensional shapes

W.9 Shapes of everyday objects I

W.10 Shapes of everyday objects II

Fractions

X.1 Equal parts – halves and fourths

X.2 Halves and fourths

X.3 Equal parts – halves, thirds, and fourths

X.4 Halves, thirds, and fourths

X.5 Simple fractions: what fraction does the shape show?

X.6 Simple fractions: which shape matches the fraction?

X.7 Simple fractions: parts of a group

X.8 Fractions – word problems

X.9 Compare fractions

X.10 Fraction models equivalent to whole numbers

X.11 Fractions equivalent to whole numbers