Pre-K Enrichment Curriculum


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Our Kindergarten Prep brain games align with the California Preschool Learning Foundations. Kids practice both reading and writing skills meeting many Pre-K Curriculum standards. Click Here if you are looking for our Kindergarten Curriculum standards.

  • Our Pre-K Games are designed for advanced learners that can already identify the letters of the alphabet, know the letter sounds, and have some one-to-one correspondence with counting.
  • While playing the games, kids go in-depth with pre-k math and reading skills. These games are perfect for pre-kindergarten kids who need enrichment in reading and math.
  • Homeschoolers and dedicated parents feel confident knowing their kids are mastering Pre-K curriculum standards while playing the games. 
  • While playing the games, kids learn pre-k math and reading skills. Use the games to review skills with your child or as a way to introduce new ones.

Your kids will love learning with Blimey Box Brain Games.

Kindergarten Prep Game Pack #1

Pre-K Reading and Math Enrichment Game Pack 1

Reading and Writing skills:

  • Find the missing letter
  • Alphabetical order
  • Letter recognition
  • Writing letters
  • Learning letters in own name
  • Pre-K Dolch sight words
  • Matching lowercase to uppercase letters

Math skills:

  • One-to-one number correspondence
  • Shape recognition
  • Number order
  • Sequencing numbers
  • Counting dots, pictures, shapes, and coins
  • Patterning
  • Combine different shapes to create a picture

Kindergarten Prep Game Pack #1 Sample Skill Tasks:

 

Kindergarten Prep Game Pack #2

Pre-K Reading and Math Enrichment Game Pack 2
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Reading and Writing Skills:

  • Matching lowercase to uppercase letters
  • Reading number words
  • Pre-K Dolch sight words
  • Letter recognition
  • Alphabetical order

Math Skills:

  • One-to-one number correspondence
  • Shape recognition
  • Number order
  • Sequencing numbers
  • Counting dots, pictures, shapes, and coins
  • Counting objects to 12
  • Combine different shapes to create a picture

Kindergarten Prep Game Pack #2 Sample Skill Tasks:

Kindergarten Prep Game Pack #3

Reading and Writing Skills:

  • Pre-K Dolch sight words
  • Reading simple sentences
  • Writing lowercase letters
  • Building sight words
  • Matching lowercase to uppercase letters
  • writing sight words
  • Phonics: beginning letter sounds

Math Skills:

  • One-to-one number correspondence
  • Greater than and Less than (Counting objects and using a number line)
  • Shape recognition
  • Addition
  • Number order to 22
  • Counting objects to 12
  • Combine different shapes to create a picture

Kindergarten Prep Game Pack #3 Sample Skill Tasks:

Kindergarten Prep Game Pack #4

Reading and Writing Skills:

  • Pre-K Dolch sight words
  • Rhyming words
  • Writing lowercase letters
  • Writing numbers to 9
  • Building sight words
  • Matching lowercase to uppercase letters
  • writing sight words
  • Phonics: beginning letter sounds
  • Reading simple sentences

Math Skills:

  • One-to-one number correspondence
  • Graphing
  • Recognizing patterns
  • Greater than and Less than (Counting objects and using a number line)
  • Shape recognition
  • Addition
  • Number order to 22
  • Counting objects to 12
  • Combine different shapes to create a picture
  • Ten frame
  • US Coin amounts

Kindergarten Prep Game Pack #4 Sample Skill Tasks:

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PRE-K CURRICULUM STANDARDS

The Kindergarten Prep Brain Games cover many Pre-K curriculum standards found in the California Preschool Learning Foundations. We designed the games to help kids practice and master new skills. 

Math and reading concepts spiral throughout for continued practice. And kids must apply prior knowledge to new situations to solve new tasks.

 

Reading & Writing standards covered in Blimey Box Brain Games: 

Reading

  • 1.0 Children begin to recognize print conventions and understand that print carries meaning.
    • 1.2 Recognize print as something that can be read.
  • 2.0 Phonological Awareness
  • 3.0 Children begin to recognize letters of the alphabet.
    • 3.1 Recognize the first letter of own name.
    • 3.2 Match some letter names to their printed form.
  • 5.0 Children demonstrate motivation for literacy activities.
    • 5.1 Demonstrate enjoyment of literacy and literacy-related activities.

Writing

  • 1.0 Children demonstrate emergent writing skills.
    • 1.1 Experiment with grasp and body position using a variety of drawing and writing tools.
    • 1.2 Write using scribbles that are different from pictures.
    • 1.3 Write marks to represent own name.

 

 

Math standards covered in Blimey Box Brain Games:

PK.NO Number Sense

  • PK.1.0 Children expand their understanding of numbers and quantities in their everyday environment.
    • PK.1.1 Recite numbers in order to twenty with increasing accuracy.
    • PK.1.2 Recognize and know the name of some written numerals.
    • PK.1.3 Identify, without counting, the number of objects in a collection of up to four objects (i.e., subitize).
    • PK.1.4 Count up to ten objects, using one-to-one correspondence (one object for each number word) with increasing accuracy.
    • PK.1.5 Understand, when counting, that the number name of the last object counted represents the total number of objects in the group (i.e., cardinality).
  • PK.2.0 Children expand their understanding of number relationships and operations in their everyday environment.
    • PK.2.1 Compare, by counting or matching, two groups of up to five objects and communicate, "more," "same as," or "fewer" (or "less").
    • PK.2.2 Understand that adding one or taking away one changes the number in a small group of objects by exactly one.
    • PK.2.3 Understand that putting two groups of objects together will make a bigger group and that a group of objects can be taken apart into smaller groups.
    • PK.2.4 Solve simple addition and subtraction problems with a small number of objects (sums up to 10), usually by counting.

PK.AF Algebra and Functions (Classification and Patterning)

  • PK.1.0 Children expand their understanding of sorting and classifying objects in their everyday environment.
    • PK.1.1 Sort and classify objects by one or more attributes, into two or more groups, with increasing accuracy (e.g., may sort first by one attribute and then by another attribute).
  • PK.2.0 Children expand their understanding of simple, repeating patterns.
    • PK.2.1 Recognize and duplicate simple repeating patterns.
    • PK.2.2 Begin to extend and create simple repeating patterns.

PK.MEA Measurement

  • PK.1.0 Children expand their understanding of comparing, ordering, and measuring objects.
    • PK.1.3 Measure length using multiple duplicates of the same-size concrete units laid end to end.
      • Measure the length with objects (K-T.7)

PK.G Geometry

  • PK.1.0 Children identify and use a variety of shapes in their everyday environment.
    • PK.1.1 Identify, describe, and construct a variety of different shapes, including variations of a circle, triangle, rectangle, square, and other shapes.
    • PK.1.2 Combine different shapes to create a picture or design.

PK.MR Mathematical Reasoning

  • PK.1.0 Children expand the use of mathematical thinking to solve problems that arise in their everyday environment.
    • PK.1.1 Identify and apply a variety of mathematical strategies to solve problems in their environment.