Your early kindergarten student will learn about numbers and simple operations by:

- Recognizing the numbers 0 - 20
- Counting in order
- Identifying ways to represent numbers
- Showing how to join and separate groups of objects
- Recognizing the written form of numbers
- Matching numbers to their quantities
- Describing the positions of objects with ordinal numbers
- Solving the basic problems

Your early kindergarten student will be able to make sense of numbers by learning to:

- Count from 1 – 20 through song and play
- Assign numbers to objects as they are counted
- Divide objects equally among people
- Compare people’s height, weight, and age
- Use the terms more than, less than, and equal to
- Show quantities of objects
- Compare and order numbers
- Recognize coins and their value

Your early kindergarten student will gain knowledge in basic algebraic functions by:

- Identifying patterns
- Sorting objects
- Recognizing change in objects
- Drawing pictures to show a simple proble

Your early kindergarten student will understand basic functions of geometry by learning to:

- Identify six basic shapes
- Recognize shapes within his environment
- Identify nine colors
- Match colors to their word name

- Measuring and recording height, weight, and age
- Describing measurements in order
- Learning and using new vocabulary
- Identifying basic units of time
- Learning to use a calendar
- Describing objects as heavy, light, short, and tall
- Using a variety of tools to measure objects
- Tracking his height on a growth chart
- Learning to measure temperature

Your early kindergarten student will understand data analysis and probability by learning how to:

- Formulate questions about data
- Answer questions about collected information
- Make predictions about objects
- Record data about probability

Your early kindergarten student will gain knowledge in problem solving by:

- Recognizing basic strategies
- Solving problems with assistance
- Giving answers to simple problems orally

Your early kindergarten student will know how to communicate mathematical ideas through learning to:

- Communicate steps to solve a problem
- Answer questions about groups of objects
- Work together with the Guide to express concepts and ideas

Your early kindergarten student will explore representation in mathematics by:

- Using objects to show numbers
- Creating graphs to show data
- Communicating the findings on a graph
- Using math vocabulary to describe a graph

Your early kindergarten student will be introduced to reasoning and proof by learning to:

- Make graphs
- Answer mathematical questions
- Compare data on a graph
- Identify graphs as a way to solve problems