• # Kindergarten Mathematics

## A - Numerical Reasoning - counting, money, place value, numbers to 20, addition, subtraction, and fluency

• demonstrate and explain the relationship between numbers and quantities up to 20; connect counting to cardinality (the last number counted represents the total quantity in a set)
• use count sequences within 100 to count forward and backward in sequence
• use place value understanding to compose and decompose numbers from 11-19
• identify, write, and represent numbers to 20; compare two sets of up to 10 objects each
• explain the concepts of addition, subtraction, and equality and use these concepts to solve real-life problems within 10

## B - Patterning & Algebraic Reasoning - repeating patterns and time

• explain, extend, and create repeating patterns with a repetition, not exceeding four; describe patterns involving the passage of time

## C - Measurement & Data Reasoning - attributes of objects, classifying objects

• observe, describe, and compare the physical and measurable attributes of objects and analyze graphical displays of data to answer relevant questions

## D - Geometric & Spatial Reasoning - 2D and 3D shapes, relative locations, attributes

• identify, describe, and compare basic shapes encountered in the environment; form two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional figures

• # Kindergarten Mathematics -- Mathematics Specials

## A - Numerical Reasoning - counting, money, place value, numbers to 20, addition, subtraction, and fluency

• demonstrate and explain the relationship between numbers and quantities up to 20; connect counting to cardinality (the last number counted represents the total quantity in a set)
• use count sequences within 100 to count forward and backward in sequence
• use place value understanding to compose and decompose numbers from 11-19
• identify, write, and represent numbers to 20; compare two sets of up to 10 objects each
• explain the concepts of addition, subtraction, and equality and use these concepts to solve real-life problems within 10

## B - Patterning & Algebraic Reasoning - repeating patterns and time

• explain, extend, and create repeating patterns with a repetition, not exceeding four; describe patterns involving the passage of time

## C - Measurement & Data Reasoning - attributes of objects, classifying objects

• observe, describe, and compare the physical and measurable attributes of objects and analyze graphical displays of data to answer relevant questions