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  • Course Code
    Content Area
    This course focuses on building math routines, number sense, shape
    recognition, addition/subtraction, and measurement while applying these
    ideas to real world situations. Activities are discussion based, hands-on, and
    engaging to reach all students. By the end of this course, students will have
    a foundation of numbers skills that will be the basis for their elementary

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Unit Description
KMA01Understanding numbers 0-5, 0-10, understanding order by size, length or weight
Students will learn to deeply understand, write and recognize numerals 0-10.
Students will examine and compare objects to develop
awareness of attributes such as length, size and weight.

KMA02Counting and numbers 0-10, and understanding Size and Position
Students will build on counting and number skills from 0-10.
Students begin by identifying objects that are on top of, under, next to, behind, in front of, and inside other object
KMA03Numbers 0-20
Students will learn to deeply understand, write, and recognize
numerals 0-20.
KMA04Solid and Flat Shapes
Students will learn the precise names of shapes and how to describe them.
KMA05Numbers to 100
Students understand that counting connects numbers and number words with particular quantities and objects.
KMA06Comparing Sets, Ordinal Numbers & Calendar Patterns
Students will match sets in a one-to-one correspondence to determine which set has more objects and which has fewer objects.
Students learn that numbers follow a sequential order.
Students understand that the seven days of the week and the twelve months of the year always follow the same order and repeat continuously.

KMA07Understand counting on and counting back. Understand patterns.
Students will learn to count on and count back. Children learn to find the difference of two sets using various strategies such as finger counting and one to one correspondence.
Students will learn to create and extend patterns by identifying the pattern unit and duplicating it.
KMA08Number Facts
Students extend their counting abilities through the number 20.
They count and combine groups of objects and they count on to find differences.
KMA09Classifying and Sorting by Length and Height
Students are learning about measuring lengths and heights using nonstandard units. Students will develop the idea that any length can be measured with any same-sized unit, and they are beginning to learn that it takes a number and a unit to express a measurement.
Sorting and classifying skills help students to identify patterns and describe geometric objects. Students also use sorting and classifying skills when analyzing data.
KMA10Addition and Subtraction Stories
Students understand that addition and subtraction can be shown with objects, pictures, models, numbers and words.
KMA11Measurement and Money
Students will use nonstandard units to measure and compare objects.
Students learn that coins have a value, measured in a unit called cents, and that those values relate to our numeration system.