Four-Year-Old Kindergarten
  • Verbally count in sequence to 10 and beyond
  • Develop flexibility in counting, including counting on and counting backward
  • Count objects with one-to-one correspondence and know the last counting word tells "how many"

Number Concepts
  • Develop an awareness of numbers and their uses
  • Associate number names, quantities, and written numerals
  • Recognize and use different ways to represent numbers (for example, groups of objects or dots)
  • Compare and order groups of objects using words such as more, fewer, less, same

  • Solve and create number stories using concrete modeling
  • Explore part-whole relationships (for example, 5 is made of 2 and 3)

  • Collect and represent data in a variety of ways
  • Use graphs to answer simple questions

  • Distinguish and describe size attributes, including length, weight, and capacity or volume
  • Compare objects according to various size attributes
  • Become familiar with standard measuring tools and their uses
  • Begin to understand the concept of measurement units and the idea that measurement can be quantified
  • Sequence familiar events in time

  • Recognize and describe basic 2-dimensional geometric shapes
  • Explore the relationships between basic 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes

Position and Spatial Relationships
  • Recognize and describe the position and location of objects
  • Use spatial reasoning in concrete tasks, such as putting together puzzles and creating collages and block structures

Patterns and Sorting
  • Recognize and match attributes of objects, such as size, shape, and color
  • Use rules to sort objects
  • Use rules to create and extend repeating patterns

Related Links

Everyday Math Online
This website will allow you to see family letters, lesson-specific ideas, home-links and games online that directly relate to Everyday Math. Your child has a unique login and password that has been assigned to them by their teacher.
Parent Resource and Information Center
This web site will give you more information about each grade level. Click on the grade level you are looking for to find family letters, grade level goals, do anytime activities and links for additional resources. This site is highly recommended.