Kindergarten Math Objectives 
1.1 Top, Middle, Bottom 
To describe and demonstrate the meaning of spatial relationships, top,
middle and bottom 
1.2 In, Out 
To describe and demonstrate the meaning of spatial relationships, in
and out 
1.3 Above, Below, Over, Under 
To describe and demonstrate the meaning of spatial relationships, above,
below, over and under 
1.4 Left, Right 
To identify and demonstrate directional words left and right 
1.5 Problem Solving Skill: Use a Picture 
To use the problem solving skill use a picture to solve
problems 
1.6 Sort by Color or Shape 
To sort and classify objects by color or shape 
1.7 Sort by Size or Kind 
To sort and classify objects by size or kind 
1.8 Make a Concrete Graph 
to make and interpret a concrete graph 
1.9 Problem Solving Strategy: Use Logical Reasoning 
To use the problem solving strategy use logical reasoning
to solve problems 
2.1 Movement Patterns 
To identify simple patterns of sound and movement 
2.2 Read and Copy Simple Patterns 
To identify simple patterns of concrete objects 
2.3 Copy and Extend Patterns 
To extend a simple pattern using concrete materials 
2.4 Predict and Extend Patterns 
To predict and extend patterns using concrete materials 
2.5 Problem Solving Skill: Transfer a Pattern 
To use the problem solving skill transfer a pattern to
solve problems 
2.6 Understand a Pattern 
To identify a pattern unit 
2.7 Create a Pattern 
To use concrete objects to create a pattern 
2.8 Problem Solving Skill: Use a Pattern 
To use the problem solving skill use a pattern to solve
problems 
3.1 Equal Groups 
To use onetoone correspondence to identify equal groups 
3.2 More 
To use onetoone correspondence to compare two groups and
identify which group has more 
3.3 Fewer 
To use onetoone correspondence to compare two groups and identify
which group has fewer 
3.4 Problem Solving Strategy: Make a Graph 
To use the problem solving strategy make a graph to solve
problems 
3.5 One, Two, Three, Four 
To use groups of concrete materials to represent quantities to four
given in written or verbal form 
3.6 Five 
To model number in a variety of ways 
3.7 Zero 
To count, read, write, and compare the number zero 
3.8 Before and After on a Number Line 
To describe relative position in a sequence of whole numbers on a
number line 
3.9 Problem Solving Skill: Use Estimation 
To use the problem solving skill use estimation to solve
problems 


4.1 Six and Seven 
To use concrete materials, pictures, and numerals to show the
concept of numbers to six and seven 
4.2 Eight and Nine 
To use numbers and pictures to describe how many objects are in a
group 
4.3 Ten 
To use groups of concrete materials to represent quantities to ten
given in verbal or written form 
3.4 Problem Solving Strategy: Make a Graph 
To use the problem solving strategy make a model to solve
problems 
4.5 Before and After on a Number Line 
To describe relative position in a sequence of whole numbers on a
number line 
4.6 Writes Numbers 0 to 10 
To read and write numerals to ten 
4.7 Missing Numbers 
To use symbols to represent missing or unknown quantities 
4.8 Problem Solving Skill: Use Data from a Graph 
To use the problem solving skill use data from a graph to
solve problems 


5.1 Sort Solid Figures 
To recognize, compare, and sort realworld objects or models of
solids 
5.2 Move Solid Figures 
To sort threedimensional objects by varied attributes 
5.3 Problem Solving Skill: Use Visual Thinking 
To use the problem solving skill use visual thinking to
solve problems 
5.4 Sort Plane Shapes 
To know the attributes of circles, squares, triangles, and
rectangles 
5.5 Plane Shapes in Different Positions 
To use concrete objects to explore slides and turns 
5.6 Symmetry 
To use concrete materials to make symmetrical figures 
5.7 Equal Parts 
To use concrete materials to represent fractional parts of a whole 
5.8 Problem Solving Strategy: Make a Model 
To use the problem solving skill make a model to solve
problems 


6.1 Problem Solving Strategy: Make a Model 
To use the problem solving strategy make a model to solve
problems 
6.2 11, 12, 13 
To use numbers and pictures to describe how many objects are in a
group 
6.3 14, 15, 16 
To use numbers and pictures to describe how many objects are in a
group 
6.4 Forward and Backward on a Number Line 
To locate known and unknown numbers on a number line from zero to
ten or more 
6.5 17 and 18 
To use numbers and pictures to describe how many objects are in a
group 
6.6 Problem Solving Skill: Use Data from a Graph 
To use the problem solving skill use data from a graph to
solve problems 
6.7 19 and 20 
To use numbers and pictures to describe how many objects are in a
group 
6.8 21 to 30 
To use concrete materials, pictures, and numerals to show the
concept of numbers to ten or more 


7.1 Count Orally Using a Hundred Chart 
To count orally to 100 or more using a hundred chart 
7.2 Count by 10s 
To count orally to 100 or more by 10s using a hundred chart 
7.3 Count by 5s 
To count orally to 100 or more by 5s using a hundred chart 
7.4 Count by 2s 
To count orally to 100 or more by 2s using a hundred chart 
7.5 Problem Solving Strategy: Find a Pattern 
To use the problem solving strategy find a pattern to solve
problems 
7.6 Counting by 10s and 5s 
To count orally to 100 or more by 5s and 10s using concrete
materials 
7.7 Even and Odd Numbers 
To use concrete objects to explore even and odd numbers 
7.8 Problem Solving Skill: Use a Model 
To use the problem solving skill use a model to solve
problems 


8.1 Penny 
To identify a penny and its value 
8.2 Nickel 
To identify and compare the value of a penny and a nickel 
8.3 Dime 
To identify and compare the value of a penny and a dime 
8.4 Problem Solving Strategy: Draw a Picture 
To use the problem solving strategy draw a picture to solve
problems 
8.5 Morning, Afternoon, Evening 
To measure the time of day as morning, afternoon, evening, day or
night 
8.6 Problem Solving Skill: Use a Calendar 
To use the problem solving skill use a calendar to solve
problems 
8.7 More Time, Less Time 
To identify which of two activities takes more time or less time 
8.8 Use a Clock 
To tell time to the hour 


9.1 Compare Lengths 
To use direct comparison to sort objects by length 
9.2 Order Lengths 
To use direct comparison to order objects by their lengths 
9.3 Indirect Comparison 
To sue indirect comparison to compare length 
9.4 Measure Lengths with Nonstandard Units 
To measure length using nonstandard units 
9.5 Problem Solving Strategy: Estimate and Measure 
To use the problem solving strategy estimate and measure to
solve problems 
9.6 Compare Capacity 
To compare and order capacities with nonstandard units 
9.7 Compare Weight 
To compare and order classroom objects by their weights 
9.8 Problem Solving Skill: Use a Picture 
To use the problem solving skill use a picture to solve
problems 


10.1 Make Concrete Graphs 
To display answers to simple questions by using a concrete graph 
10.2 Read Picture Graphs 
To interpret data exhibited in pictorial graphs 
10.3 Make Picture Graphs 
To display answers to simple questions involving two categories
using a picture graph 
10.4 Problem Solving Skill: Use Data from a Graph 
To use the problem solving skill use data from a graph to
solve problems 
10.5 Read a Tally Table 
To read and interpret a tally table 
10.6 Make a Tally Table 
To display the answer to a simple twochoice survey using a tally
table 
10.7 Chance 
To participate in activities dependent upon chance 
10.8 Explore Probability 
To identify when a given event is more likely, equally likely, or
less likely to occur 
10.9 Problem Solving Skill: Make a Prediction 
To use the problem solving skill make a prediction to solve
problems 


11.1 Problem Solving Strategy: Act It Out 
To use the problem solving strategy act it out to solve
problems 
11.2 Model Addition 
To use concrete objects to solve addition problems 
11.3 Addition Patterns 
To model and draw addition patterns 
11.4 Use Pictures to Add 
To use pictures to solve addition problems 
11.5 Add with Money 
To use objects to solve addition problems 
11.6 Addition Problems 
To use pictures to complete addition sentences 
11.7 Addition Stories 
To create and act out addition stories using objects 
11.8 Problem Solving Strategy: Make a Model 
To use the problem solving strategy make a model to solve
problems 


12.1 Problem Solving Strategy: Act It Out 
To use the problem solving strategy act it out to solve
problems 
12.2 Model Subtraction 
To demonstrate the effect of taking apart groups of objects 
12.3 Subtraction Patterns 
To model and draw subtraction patterns 
12.4 Use Pictures to Subtract 
To use pictures to solve realworld problems 
12.5 Subtract with Money 
To demonstrate an awareness of subtraction in everyday activities 
12.6 Subtraction Problems 
To use pictures to solve realworld problems 
12.7 Subtraction Stories 
To create and act out subtraction stories using objects 
12.8 Problem Solving Skill: Choose the Operation 
To use the problem solving skill choose the operation to
solve problems 

