Mathematics​-Grade KG


10 Months




Students will need the following materials: printer, cell phone or scanner, notebook, pencils, erasers, scissors, crayons, glue, tape, ruler, printer paper, colored paper, counters, and common household items.

Course Summary

In Math Grade K, students will count, write, and compare numbers to 20. Students will use addition and subtraction within 10 to solve real-world problems. The course provides an opportunity for students to identify 2-D and 3-D shapes. Counting to 100 by ones and tens is another focus of the course, as well as counting backward within 20 and comparing length, height, volume, and weight.


  • Counting and writing numbers 1–5
  • Rearranging groups with 2–5 objects
  • Identifying and writing 0
  • Using equal, greater than, and less than to compare groups of 5
  • Comparing groups to 5 
  • Comparing numbers to 5
  • Counting and writing numbers 6–10
  • Rearranging groups with 6–10 objects
  • Using equal, greater than, and less than to compare groups of 10
  • Counting to compare groups to 10
  • Counting forward and backward within 10
  • Identifying 2-D shapes 
  • Finding, sorting, and comparing 2-D shapes
  • Making composite shapes 
  • Identifying 3-D shapes
  • Finding, sorting, and comparing 3-D shapes
  • Sorting objects into categories
  • Counting and comparing categories by counting
  • Representing addition as adding to
  • Representing addition as putting together
  • Identifying and using the plus sign
  • Solving addition equations within 10
  • Representing subtraction as taking apart
  • Solving real-world addition word problems
  • Developing addition fluency within 10
  • Identifying and using the minus sign
  • Solving subtraction equations within 10
  • Decomposing and representing numbers 5–10
  • Developing subtraction fluency within 10
  • Solving real-world subtraction word problems
  • Counting, writing, and rearranging numbers 11–20
  • Representing numbers 11–20
  • Counting to 100 by ones and tens
  • Counting from any number to 100
  • Comparing objects by using length, height, volume, and weight
  • Using nonstandard measurement
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