Mathematics - K


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.


Segment One :

  • 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 to 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 to 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

Segment Two :

  • 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 number 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

Grade Level

Grade K




Students will need the following materials: printer, cell phone or scanner, notebook, pencils, erasers, scissors, crayons, glue, tape, ruler, printer paper, colored-paper, and household objects for math activities.



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