## Skip counting

A mathematical method to add the same number every time to the previous number, this is how we can describe what skip counting is. This method is essential in improving your child's counting skill, and a great preparation for learning times tables in the future, too.

## Addition

One of the four basic operations of math, addition is the process of combining/adding two or more numbers/things, the result obtained is called the sum.

## Subtraction

Subtraction is a math operation which involves the process of removing a number/thing from a group of number/thing. Subtrahend is the number being subtracted, the number it is subtracted from is the minuend, and the result is the difference (minuend-subtrahend=difference).

## Spelling

Start teaching spelling using easy words will not need much effort or skill to accomplish for kindergartens. It will be fun and simple for them to deal with short words such as fish or dog or cat, along with a nice and cute picture with it.

## Number words

Know the equivalent word of a given number, or the corresponding number of a particular number word. Spelling is a major part of this learning activity, and it will be nice to begin with the numbers below eleven because they are shorter and easier to remember.

## Ordinal numbers

An ordinal number is a number that determines the position of a thing in an ordered sequence, it tells the exact place of something within a listing, like, first, second, third, fourth, fifth and so on.

## Verbs

Verbs are the words in a sentence that express an action, telling what the subject is doing, and almost always come after the subject.

## Vowels

Practice your children to identify the vowels from a given set of letters, and start by teaching just the short sounds of the vowels, like apple, egg, igloo, orange, and umbrella.

## Comparing Numbers

Analyze a given pair of number and identify which number is greater than the other, or less than the other, or are they equal to one another.