Kindergarten

Math Standards Pacing Chart 4th Nine Weeks

Standard 1: Number, Number Sense and Operations
                  I can compare the number of objects in two or more groups when one                            set has one or two more or one or two fewer objects.
                  I can use numbers in different combinations to represent a given number.                            (ex. 5 marbles can be 2 red and 3 green or 1 red and 4 green)
                  I can identify and tell the value of a penny, nickel, and dime.
                  I can show addition as combining sets and counting on, and                            subtraction as taking away, and comparing.
Examples:
a. combine and separate small sets of objects in story situations
b. count on and count back on a number line between 0-10
                  I can join together many groups of objects each containing the same amount.
                  I can separate or share a small set of objects into groups of equal amounts.
                  I can recognize the number or amount of sets up to 5 without counting.
a. dots on dominoes
Standard 2: Measurement
                  I can identify and compare time concepts of days, weeks, months and                            years (instructed all year, assessed during the last 9 weeks).
                  I can order events based on time.
Examples:
a activities that take a long or short time
b. review what we do first, next, last
c.recall what we did or plan to do yesterday, today, tomorrow
Standard 4: Patterns, Functions and Algebra
                  I can use words to describe a pattern that I created.
                  I can model a problem situation using objects.

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