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                        Kindergarten Envision Math                  

      Scope and Sequence

     

    Identifying and Describing Shapes
    Position and Location of Shapes
    One to Five

    Comparing and Ordering 0 to 5

    Six to Ten

    Comparing and Ordering Numbers 0-10

     Numbers to 20

     Numbers to 100

     Analyzing, Comparing, and Composing ShapesUnderstanding Addition

     Understanding Subtraction

     Composing and Decomposing Numbers to 10

     Composing Numbers 11 to 19

     Decomposing Numbers 11 to 19

     Measurement

    Sorting, Classifying, Counting, and Categorizing Data

     

     

    Building Number Sense

    Developmentally

    1. Rote Counting – Saying numbers in order.

    2. One-To-One Correspondence-The number of objects in the set has a direct relationship to the counting sequence.

    3. Cardinality-Understanding that a number symbol (“2”) stands for how many objects are in a set.

    4. Conservation of Number- The number of objects does not change because the objects have changed position.

    5. Number Relationships-The counting sequence i.e. which number comes before or after, etc.

    6. Spatial Relationships-The understanding of objects in space. Using vocabulary such as “over”, “under”, “behind”, “in front”, “inside”, “outside”, etc.

    7. One More/One Less-Identifying the numbers that are one more or one less than a given number.

    8. Ten More/Ten Less-Identifying the numbers that are 10 more or 10 less than a given number.

    9. Anchors to 5 and 10- The ability to use a 5 or 10 frame to determine that, for example, 3 + 3 is actually 5 + 1 more.

    10. Part-Part-Whole-The ability to perceive that the whole is made up of the sum of its parts.
     
     
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Last Modified on August 5, 2014