Kindergarten Everyday Mathematics®
Ongoing Daily Routines
Number of the Day and Growing Number Line; Cleanup Count; Job Chart; Weather Observation; Building the Monthly Calendar; Attendance; Recording Daily Temperature.
Correct number sequences through rote counting and counting objects. Counting on from a number, backward, skip counting. Experiences with objects of various sizes, shapes, and arrangements. Read and write numbers; use the term “digit”. Using relation vocabulary appropriately.
Using operations and relations in solving concrete problems from everyday life; make up and act out number stories; explore the inverse operations of addition and subtraction as “doing” and “undoing”. The things we “do” with numbers.
Patterns and Functions
Sorting and categorizing collections; exploring functions through “What's My Rule?” games; counting by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, and so on.
Tracing, drawing, constructing, and playing with simple shapes; analyze parts of shapes and relationship and shapes.
Measurement and Reference Frames
Introduce length, weight, volume or capacity, and elapsed time through matching and comparison activities; using appropriate tools to measure and label various units with U.S. customary and metric systems; drawing, comparing, and recording results; introduce money as a tool to explore place value, fractions, equivalence, decimal system; explore characteristics and values of bills and coins; use money incidentally; develop understanding of time; keep track of time on calendars, clocks, number lines; develop sense of and record sequential order and time.
Data and Chance
Collect, organize, and display data using concrete objects, tables, charts, and graphs. Make counts and comparisons of data.