Gives all the math things that a child is to know in Kindergarten. Very neat. ๐

it’s also very neat that they give examples of what they mean in case you have no earthly clue. (face it…kindergarten was a fair time ago). ๐

## Numbers and counting up to 3

- A.1 Count to 3
- A.2 Represent numbers up to 3
- A.3 Count by typing

## Numbers and counting up to 5

- B.1 Count to 5
- B.2 Represent numbers up to 5
- B.3 Count by typing
- B.4 Count up
- B.5 Count down

## Numbers and counting up to 10

## Numbers and counting up to 20

- D.1 Count to 20
- D.2 Represent numbers up to 20
- D.3 Count by typing
- D.4 Count up and down
- D.5 Tally marks
- D.6 Number lines
- D.7 Before, after, and between
- D.8 Count forward and backward
- D.9 Names of numbers
- D.10 Complete a sequence
- D.11 Count tens and ones

## Numbers and counting beyond 20

- E.1 Count to 30
- E.2 Count to 100
- E.3 Count groups of ten
- E.4 Number lines
- E.5 Count tens and ones

## Skip-counting

## Comparing

## Patterns

## Subtracting

## Positions

## Fractions

## Time

## Sorting, ordering, and classifying

- N.1 Same
- N.2 Different
- N.3 Same and different
- N.4 Classify by color
- N.5 Venn diagrams
- N.6 Put numbers up to 10 in order
- N.7 Put numbers up to 30 in order

## Data and graphs

- O.1 Making graphs

## Probability

## Measurement

- Q.1 Long and short
- Q.2 Tall and short
- Q.3 Light and heavy
- Q.4 Holds more or less
- Q.5 Compare size, weight, and capacity

aman says

just phenomenal