NORTH CAROLINA'S FIRST PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL TO OPEN ITS DOORS TO STUDENTS

Kindergarten Math

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This year, teachers will work with your student to understand basic arithmetic.
Your student will:

  • learn to recognize whole numbers;
  • count to 100 by ones and tens;
  • begin to recognize sets of up to 20 objects;
  • begin to distinguish larger, same, and smaller groups of objects;
  • compare one number to another and know that each represents a different quantity;
  • begin to add and subtract, using objects or drawing to show the answer; and
  • identify and describe shapes.

QUESTIONS TO ASK

  • How many are there?
  • Which has more?
  • How did you know which had more?
  • What is that shape called?
  • Can you think of anything else that may be that shape?

COMMON CORE EXPECTATIONS
Your child should be able to:

  • Recognize and write whole numbers from 0 to 100;
  • be able to add and subtract up to 6;
  • demonstrate a basic understanding of sets of up to 20 objects, e.g., is one group larger than another; and
  • describe shapes and space.

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