I’ve never used a formal curriculum for math and its usually been just touch and go. My four year old (almost 5) is eager to learn and so I wanted to give him a bit more structured, consistent learning.
So I dug up some kindergarten math scopes from the net to help me get a basic plan together. At the very least, I can look at the scopes and pick skills to work on if I don’t get a neatly organized plan together.
This is a neat one in that it has objectives and sample activities to teach those objectives, 53 pages. http://www.doe.virginia.gov/testing/sol/scope_sequence/mathematics_scope_sequence/scopeseq_mathk.pdf
LearnNC’s wonderful math resources (K-2). For the scope, you’ll want to check out the Classroom Strategies which lists objectives and fun activities to teach concepts, however, you’ll also not want to miss the Week by Week Essentials—-36 weeks of cool stuff, lol. In addition they have blackline masters and grade K indicators, just a LOT of stuff. They have this for grades K-8. Use the breadcrumb navigation at the top to get back to Instructional Resources for grades 3 and up.
Side note: Don’t constrain yourself to kindergarten curriculum skills if natural ones come up. I taught my 4 year old the concept of Even and Odd in a oh so not formal way the other day and he still remembers it (well actually after writing this I did see odd/even in one of the scopes, lol). But ……… I ask him sporadically throughout the day, is 4 odd or even, 3? etc. He’ll even offer up some numbers and then tell me if it’s odd or even. Here’s a little more formal (but not super) way of teaching Odd/Even that I posted here previously. And a few odd/even resources from the main TJ site.