Kindergarten Mathematics

  • evVision Math Kindergarten Parent Letter Translations

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    Overview:
     Kindergarten students learn to count to 100 and write numbers to 20.  Attention is given to numbers 11-20 where
    Kindergarten students learn to count to 100 and write numbers to 20.  Attention is given to numbers 11-20 where an emphasis is placed on tens and ones building a foundation for place value understanding. Beginning addition and subtraction starts in kindergarten.  Students sort and classify groups of objects and identify basic shapes.
     
    Specifically, your child will…
     
    Counting and Cardinality

     

    • Know number names and be able to count to 100
    • Write numbers 0 – 20
    • Count objects to tell the number of things in a group up to 20

     

    Operations and Algebraic Thinking
    • Understand that addition is putting together groups and adding to groups
    • Understand that subtraction is taking apart groups and taking from groups
    • Fluently add and subtract within 5

    Number and Base Ten Operations

    ·         Learn about numbers 11-20, with tens and ones
    ·         Compare numbers and groups

    Measurement and Data

    ·         Sort objects into groups
    ·         Classify objects and count the number of objects in categories

    Geometry

    ·         Identify and describe shapes
    ·         Analyze, compare, create, and compose shapes

    Source:
    Common Core Standards Parent Handbook
    Also see:
    Parent Roadmap: Supporting your Child in Kindergarten Mathematics (PDF)
    Standards for Mathematical Practice in Kindergarten (PDF)

     
     

    enVision Mathematics Curriculum

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    Glendale Unified School District Mathematics Curriculum

     

    Year at a Glance 2016-2017 
    The Year-at-a-Glance is a unit-by-unit progression of what students will be learning this year.

    Unit 1 and Translations

     

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