Mathematics K

In Mathematics K, students explore the world of mathematics all around them. Students begin to develop foundational mathematics skills such as number identification and recognition and rote counting to 100 by memory. They learn the difference between more than and less than and explore the ways in which numbers are broken down into various components. Students compare measurements, such as longer and shorter and heavier and lighter. They begin to develop problem-solving skills as they engage with simple addition and subtraction equations and word problems. Finally, students are introduced to basic geometry and learn the names and basic attributes of shapes. This course includes a printed Parent and Teacher Guide that will help you support your student’s learning.

Major concepts:

  • Number Identification
  • Rote Counting
  • Representing & Writing Numbers
  • Comparing Numbers and Quantities
  • Comparing Measurements
  • Problem Solving
  • Addition & Subtraction
  • Breaking Down Numbers
  • Basic Geometry

Grade Level

  Kindergarten

Duration

Annual

Requirements

None

Prerequisites

None

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