End of Year Goals
Read, write, represent, compare, and identify numbers zero through 20 and count:
by ones beginning at one to 100 or higher,
count on by ones from any given number, and
count by tens to 100 or higher
Fluently add and subtract within five
Sort, identify, name, describe and compare basic 2D shapes such as a circle, square, triangle, and 3D shapes such as a cube, cone, or sphere
We use Everyday Mathematics (Edition 4), which is a comprehensive Pre-K through grade 6 mathematics program developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project and published by McGraw-Hill Education
Learning Tools for Everyday Mathematics:
- Kindergarten Everyday Math (EM4)
- EM4 Math at Home: Help organized by section (unit) for Home Link problems (English and Spanish), selected answers, vocabulary definitions, videos, games and more!
Stay up-to-date on what your child is learning in class. Family Letters contain background information, vocabulary, games and more for each section (unit).
- English Family Letters
- Spanish Family Letters (coming soon)
Becoming a Math Family
A website from the University of Chicago that helps support math learning for 3 to 6-year-olds.
PBS Kids Math Games
Fun online math games.
- Math Games with a Deck of Cards
Practice math facts and other math concepts with a deck of cards and two players.
- What is a Ten Frame?
Use a Ten Frame to help your child develop strong number sense, place value sense, and fact fluency.
- DREME blog
Resources and activities for developing math skills
- GVSU Regional Math & Science Center
Math games and activities you can play at home or (school). Most everything you need is included: Rules, materials, and possible questions. In most cases, a video to show how to play the game is provided.