• 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:

Family Letters:

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). 

Additional Resources 

  • 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.
  • Talking Math With Your Kids
    Math is everywhere in our world! You'll find lots of ideas for talking about math with your child--some you've never even thought of.
  • YouCubed
    Engaging and inspiring math games, tasks, videos, and articles to help students develop a "Math Mindset."