Kindergarten Math Curriculum Map Italics means partial standard. No italics means mastery that quarter.

Q1 / Q2 / Q3 / Q4
Counting and Cardinality
1. Count to 10 by 1’s
3. Begins to write nos. to 10 to label sets
4a. Begins to have cardinality to 10 & says number names to 10 in order
b. Begins to understand last number named tells no. of objects counted; conservation of quantity
c. Begins to understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is 1 larger
5. Begins to count to tell how many up to 10; given number up to 10, begins to count out that many objects
6. Begins to tell if objects in one group is < > = to no. of objects in another group by matching & counting
7. Begins to compare two written numerals to 10 / Counting and Cardinality
1. Count to 30 by 1’s; begins to count by 10’s to 100.
2. Count forward from a given number
3. Begins to write nos. to 20 to label sets
4a. Demonstrates mastery of cardinality & oral sequence of number names to 20
b. Understands last number named tells no. of objects counted; conservation of quantity
c. Understands that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is 1 larger
5. Counts to tell how many up to 10 scattered objects or 20 in an array; given number up to 20, counts out that many objects
6. Tells if objects in one group is < > = to objects in another group by matching & counting (group size up to 10 objects)
7. Compares two written numerals 1 to 10 / Counting and Cardinality – complete this qtr.
1. Count to 100 by 1’s & 10’s
3. Write numbers 0 to 20 to label sets
Operations & Algebraic Thinking
1. Represent addition w/ drawings, objects, words, equations
2. Solve addition word problems with objects or drawings; add within 10
3. Decompose nos. > or = to 10 into pairs more than 1 way w/ objects or drawings & record each decomposition by a drawing or equation
4. For any number 1-9, find the number that makes 10 when added to the given number. Use
objects or drawings & record answer with a drawing or equation
5. Fluently add within 5 / Operations & Algebraic Thinking
1. Represent addition & subtraction w/ drawings, objects, words, equations
2. Solve addition & subtraction word problems with objects or drawings; add & subtract within 10
5. Fluently add & subtract within 5
Operations in Base 10
Begins to compose & decompose nos. 11-19 into 10’s & some further 1’s / Operations in Base 10 Compose & decompose nos. 11-19 into 10’s & some further 1’s & record with drawings or equations
Geometry Identify and describe 9 shapes - squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders, and spheres
1. Describe objects using shape names; describe relative positions of objects – above, below, beside, next to, in front of, behind
2. Correctly name shapes regardless of orientation or size
3. ID shapes as 2D (flat) or 3D (solid)
4. Analyze and compare 2D and 3D shapes in different sizes and orientations
5. Model and draw shapes
6. Compose simple shapes into larger ones
Measurement and Data - on-going/integrated Students will continue to practice and apply the knowledge and skills they have learned involving measurement and data.
1. Describe measurable attributes (length, weight, etc.); describe several measurable attributes of a single object
2. Directly compare 2 objects with a common measurable attribute
3. Classify objects into given categories, count numbers of objects in each category (up to 10 objects in a category), and sort categories by count
Standards of Mathematical Practice
1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. 4. Model with mathematics.
5. Use appropriate tools strategically. 6. Attend to precision.
7. Look for and make use of structure. 8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.