Math Curriculum Overview

District 97 Overview:
 updated 6 May, 2007 Mathematics Kindergarten NumerationVerbally counts 20 or more objects in a random arrangement Performs interrupted verbal counting beyond 100 Counts backward from 22 or higher Counts by 2s beyond 30 Counts by 5s beyond 110 Counts by 10s beyond 110 Reads any number, 100 or less Writes any number, 100 or less Understands 2-digit numbers in terms of 10s  and 1s Reads 3-digit numbers Operations and ComputationUnderstands basic meanings of addition and subtraction in real situations, in children’s own number stories, in oral problems, with concrete objects, and on number lines.  These concepts are generally assessed with oral rather than written exercises Recognize and understand ½ Measurement and Reference FramesEstimate time using the hour hand only Know the value of a penny, nickel, and dime; recognize a quarter  A+ Math Comprehensive site covering activites, lessons, homework help, and practice sheets for all grade levels.

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