Math continues the cognitive math development that began in the Practical Life Skills and Sensorial curriculum, taking an acute focus and more abstract thinking process with concrete materials. With the Colored Bead System, children learn such skills as basic addition, skip counting- which leads to multiplication and number building up to four digit numbers. 

In Kindergarten, Math skills continue with pattern recognition, numeral recognition into the thousands, classifications, problem solving, estimating, place value, and operations.  Their work moves from being simple and concrete to more complex and abstract.