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# Math Standards Example

By Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
Updated on Jul 20, 2010

#### Kindergarten Standards

• Sorts objects by similarities
• Arranges/orders objects according to size, shape, and color
• Matches objects of sets one-to-one
• Recognizes/names number of items in a set up to 5
• Counts number of items in a set up to 10
• Combines and separates sets of objects by a given characteristic
• Selects numeral that names the number of elements of a set up to 10
• Compares two objects according to size
• Measures length by counting nonstandard units
• Moves oneself or an object from one point to another using given directions
• Sorts and identifies basic geometric shapes
• Recognizes coins and bills as representing a system of exchange
• Names coins up to 25 cents and bills up to 5 dollars

• Determines amounts of money up to 50 cents and change to 25 cents
• Applies units of measurement (time to half-hour, etc.)
• Adds whole numbers—up to three one-digit numbers with no regrouping
• Subtracts whole numbers—up to two digits with no regrouping
• Recognizes different names for numbers—whole numbers up to 100 and fractions 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4
• Relates numbers to models for numbers up to 60
• Identifies the number of 10's and 1's in a given number
• Recognizes sets that are equivalent
• Recognizes ordinal numbers up to ninth
• Identifies numerical relations—greater than, less than, equal to
• Identifies standard geometric shapes and relations
• Selects items belonging and not belonging to a given set
• Identifies mathematical symbols ( =, +, –, >, < )
• Selects appropriate units to measure time
• Selects appropriate operation—addition or subtraction—for a given problem
• Organizes elements of sets according to characteristics
• Determines sequencing of numbers, points on a number line, and shapes
• Counts by 1's, 2's, 5's, and 10's
• Interprets data on simple graphs