Kindergarten

Assessments are located on Blackboard

Enhanced Kindergarten GPS

Kindergarten GPS Unit 1:

 

Success Criteria for kindergarten standards

Success Criteria for kindergarten standards

Looks like sounds like upside down of the math block

 

 

Next Steps from iReady grade k and 1

After the  iReady diagnostics your students are given a placement in each domain. If you click on a student’s name and then the domain (NBT, OA, MD, G) you will get information to show you what they can do and their next steps for instruction. Use this document to guide you in your instruction for the NBT and OA domains. 

How to Print on Letter Size:

Click “Print”

On the Bottom it says “1 Page Per Sheet”- click on this and “Scale to Paper Size”

click 8 1/2 x 11

DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING ELSE 🙂


Tools:

Printable Interactive Number Line

Printable Open Number Line

Hundred Chart

Digit Cards

Ten Frames

Five Frames

Geoboard

Place Value Mat

Student120NumberChart

1-100 Small Student Number Cards

Click here for more Blackline Masters

 

Number Sense Trajectory–Putting It All Together

Video of how to use the mystery hundred chart powerpoint

 

Steve-Wyborneys-Maze-Hundreds-Chart (1)

 

 


August- October (Numbers 0-5):

The First 10 Days of Math

 

Grade K First Ten Days of Math

Flipcharts found on this site:

 

These flipcharts contain sample questions.

They do not always go in order. 

PLEASE DO NOT GO PAGE BY PAGE (slide one is not day one, etc.).

As you consider using the flipchart:

1. Think about the learning intention and success criteria you plan to use for this slide and the questions you will use to elicit understanding.

2. Write/Post/Say the learning intention and success criteria so the students understand the expectation, self-monitor, and self-assess their personal level of understanding. 

3. Then, select appropriate experiences to meet your students’ needs. Depending on your learning intention and success criteria, you may need to do another similar problem, or more similar problems,  to build their understanding.  Having more than one problem helps you to meet all students’ needs and be able to easily differentiate  (remediating/extending).

 
     

How to use:

  • Count while watching. What do you notice? What do you wonder?
  • Eventually, students will notice that the pattern in the ones place is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, 1, 2, 3… and the pattern in the tens place is similar: 1 ten, 1 ten, 1 ten….2 tens, 2 tens, 2 tens… etc.  They will be able to describe why a number is written the way it is and what it represents: 27 is 2 groups of ten (seen as the blue bars) and 7 ones (seen as red dots). 2 tens is 20, and 7 ones is 7, so 20+7=27. They will make a connection to addition/subtraction: counting up is like adding 1 each time, counting down is like subtracting 1 each time.

 

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November- January (Numbers to 10):

                          

                    

Use the Suggested Number Talks document. The following flipcharts have NOD and POD. 

Updated 6/5/19 
  Updated 6/6/19
Updated 6/10/19 
Updated 6/10/19

How to use the above video:

  • Watch and ask: What do you notice? What do you wonder?
  • Ask: What is addition? What is subtraction? How are they the same? How are they different?


February- May (Teen Numbers):

    

  
  
  

Article with ideas and resources for teaching teen numbers

Teaching the Teen Numbers


Geometry and Measurement Resources

     

Extra Number Talks Resources

Monthly Number Talks

Sherry Parrish Powerpoints for Number Talks


Extra Number of The Day Resources

Number of the day graphic organizer/tool that you can laminate


Extra Problem of the Day Resources

Don’t forget there are journal prompts under Blackboard “Year Overview”

Story Problems to Share-Cognitively Guided Instruction

Openmiddle.com


 

Build and Explore:

6-10 Build and Explore Activities

Feb-through May Teen numbers Build and explore

NIM Game

1-2 Nim Rules and variations Website

Use the above game on the computer as whole group or print for pair game

Geometry 

   

Number Sense

  

addition-bag   addition-bag1    counting-cup    count-on-cup    count-on-two-more    dice-race-1-6    fast-five    five-frame-concentration    five-frame-flash    five-frame-match    five-frame-numeral-match greater-than    hide-the-cubes    make-10-on-the-ten-frame-ver.1    making-sets-ver.1    missing-numbers-1-10    my-counting-book    nearby-numbers-ver.1    playdough-numbers roll-and-cover-1-20    shake-5-and-spill    show-it-three-ways-ver.1    show-one-less    ten-black-dots     towers-of-10    who-has-more     writing-numerals-1-10

place value center list for teachers

digit place final place value cover up

place value yahtzee  Place_Value_Yahtzee_Score_Card

Expanding Numbers FINAL   

Youre the greatest

VDW Place Value Riddle Task Cards

More Than Less Than FINAL

Cross Number Puzzle FINAL

Count your way to 100 around and around

fishoutofwater

Race to One Hundred place value cover up

More Than Less Than FINAL

it adds up

I_Have_Who_Has

hundredboard magic

guessthenumber

hundred board riddles

comparing numbers

Build a City

Base-Ten-Number-Cards-20-120

99 chart

99 Chart Tic Tac Toe

2 Digit Playing Cards by Berkeley Everett v2 (2)

whohaspv

whmoreorless

whbaseten

Separate! Showdown FINAL

sum numbers

Measurement

measurement progression

2337.m6.classroom_olympics.unit_plan

combined list of centers

Videos for Kindergarten Teachers: