Kindergarten

Math Standards Pacing Chart 3rd Nine Weeks

 Standard 2: Measurement I can use terms such as longer, shorter, bigger, smaller, heavier,                            lighter, more and less when ordering objects of different lengths,                            areas, weights and capacities. I can measure length and volume using uniform objects in the                            environment. Standard 3: Geometry and Spatial Sense I can sort shapes and objects into groups and explain my categories. Standard 4: Patterns, Functions and Algebra I can order three objects or events according to a given attribute,                            such as time or size. Examples: a. How many paper clips long is a pencil? b. How many small containers does it take to fill one big container using sand, rice, beans? Standard 5: Data Analysis and Probability I can gather and sort data in response to questions posed by teachers and                           students. I can arrange objects in a floor or table graph according to attributes, such                           as use, size, color or shape. I can find the group or groups that have the most or fewest objects in                           a floor or table graph.

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