Math ~

website :

http://www.mhschool.com/math/2009/ca/index.html

Please review the math pages that come home. The directions for the activity are at the bottom of the page. This will help you better understand what your child was suppose to do with the work.

Counting to 100 is a very important standard in kindergarten. Please have your child practice regularly. I will test them every 10 days. (day 10 count 1 - 10, day 20 count 1 - 20 and so on). They should be able to count to 100 by day 100. Also practice counting to 100 by 5's and 10's.

Practice number writing 1 - 30 and

Number recognition 1 - 40

I will bold the chapter when we start it. We do not go in order.

Math Pacing Guide and Standards -

**Chapter 1 = Numbers 0 to 5**

How do we show how many?

How do we show how many?

**Chapter 2 = Numbers to 10**

What do numbers tell me?

What do numbers tell me?

**Chapter 3 = Numbers beyond 10**

How can I show numbers beyond 10?

How can I show numbers beyond 10?

**Chapter 4 = Compose and Decompose Numbers to 10**

How can we show a number in other ways?

How can we show a number in other ways?

**Chapter 5 = Addition**

How can I use objects to add?

How can I use objects to add?

**Chapter 6 = Subtraction**

How can I use objects to subtract?

Chapter 7 = Compose and Decompose Numbers 11 to 19

How do we show numbers 11 to 19 in another way?

How can I use objects to subtract?

Chapter 7 = Compose and Decompose Numbers 11 to 19

How do we show numbers 11 to 19 in another way?

**Chapter 8 = Measurement**

How do I describe and compare objects by length, height, and weight?

How do I describe and compare objects by length, height, and weight?

**Chapter 9 = Classify Objects**

How do I sort?

How do I sort?

**Chapter 10 = Position**

How do I identify positions?

How do I identify positions?

**Chapter 11 = Two-Dimensional Shapes**

How can I compare shapes?

How can I compare shapes?

Chapter 12 = Three-Dimensional Shapes

How do I identify and compare three-dimensional shapes?