We follow the Houghton Mifflin Math In Focus Curriculum!
Below are some of the math skills your child should master by the end of the year! Math can be done anytime, anywhere! Always count with your child, practice number writing, practice combining sets, and ask them: Which one has more? Which one has less? Which one is greater?
Counting can be done in the car, at the table, while on a walk or while watching TV! Count, count, count!! Compare, compare, compare!!
Kinders do very well counting with manipulatives! Pasta pieces, pencils, erasers, cups... the possibilities are endless! :-)
count out objects up to 30
write numbers 1-30
count to 100
find out how many more you will need to make 10
count on from any number
count backwards from any number
know the difference between more and less
know the difference between short, short, shortest and long, longer, longest
know the difference between length and height
add and subtract 1 digit numbers
compare sets and have them identify how many more, how many less?