AAA Math – Kindergarten Math Lessons


AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth grade level) enables learning or review to occur at each individual’s current level.

Immediate feedback prevents practicing and learning incorrect methods, which is a common result of traditional homework and worksheets. Practice can continue as long as desired in a non-threatening format which helps build self-esteem and confidence.

The lessons from the website are available on the CD. The CD runs on Windows and Macintosh computers and you do not need to be connected to the internet to use the lessons. This is a feature that is desired by many parents of young students. There are no advertisements on the CD. The CD is also available in a Spanish language version.

Please feel free to try the lesson pages by clicking on one of the grades at the top or a topic area on the left side of the page. Remember to add the site to your Favorite Places and please tell others about the site.

Kindergarten Goals From AAA Math

  • Learn to recognize the numerals 0 through 9.
  • Know that numbers have an order and be able to count easily.
  • Relate numbers to quantities in real life.
  • Know comparative measurement terms.
  • Develop a vocabulary for the names of common geometric shapes.
  • Know that quantities of items can be measured and the measurement can be expressed as a number.
  • Recognize that recurring patterns occur in real life.
  • Begin to manipulate numbers by simple addition and subtraction.
  • Recognize the meaning of addition and subtraction.

The interactive lessons on the CD help students learn some of the necessary math facts and techniques. More important and valuable lessons occur when the student learns to use math in normal daily activities. This reinforces the idea that math is not just an abstract exercise done at school but a valuable tool that is used many times each day. Examples of the use of math in daily activities include:

  • Money transactions
  • Telling time
  • Using a calendar
  • Measuring quantities
  • Finding patterns and using the pattern to predict what comes next.


  • Free Lessons
  • Simple and easy to use site


  • Poorly designed site
  • Charges for CD (Not bad, well worth it, but a con).


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