Kindergarten Mountain Math Kit

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 Kindergarten Mountain Math KitItem: MKKIn StockFree Shipping*\$75.95
Concepts Covered:

 1. • Recognize that numerals are symbols for numbers. • Recognize that cardinal numbers (counting numbers) 1-20 are used to designate the number of items within a set. • Recognize that zero is used to designate the number of elements in the empty set. • Recognize even and odd. • Identify and read numerals zero through twenty. • Determine "one more than" and "one less than". 2. • Compare items in sets to develop the ideas of "greater than", "less than", "equal to", and "not equal to". • Use the number line to develop the ideas of "greater than" and "less than". 3. • Use comparisons to determine size relationships. e.g. smaller, larger, equal to. 4. • Recognize the symbols for addition and equal. • Recognize that addition can be illustrated by the union of sets. • Use objects and numbers to add sets of numbers. 5. • Count and order numbers. • Recognize and extend simple patterns using numbers. 6. • Use the ordinal numbers first through tenth to designate position of objects. 7. • Use the number line to identify the position of whole numbers to fifty. • Number comparison. 8. • Recognizing numbers. • Determine "one more than" and "one less than". • Number reasoning. 9. • Recognize and extend simple patterns using objects. • Finding patterns in the environment. 10. • Identify circles, squares, triangles, and rectangles by their shapes. • Identify circles, squares, triangles, and rectangles that are found in the students' environment. 11. • Recognize 1/2, 1/4, and 1/3 of a whole. 12. • Recognize that various devices are used for measuring time, money, length, weight, volume, and temperature. 13. • Identify clocks as tools that measure time. 14. • Use information from a graph of real objects or pictures in order to answer questions. 15. • Recognize and determine the value of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters as measures of money.
Each Kit Includes:
• General instructions
• Math problem cards
• Page of suggested questions instead of a response sheet
• A list of concepts reviewed under each grade level
• Set of numbers
• Order form
• An example bulletin board photo is provided on the cover sheet.
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