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Laurel County Schools Kentucky Core Academic Standards Pacing Guide Math Kindergarten Measurement and Counting and Operations and Number and Counting and Geometry/ Preview st Data/Geometry Cardinality Algebraic Thinking Operations in Base Cardinality Measurement and 1 Grade Ten/Counting and Data Operations and Cardinality Algebraic Thinking & Number and Operations in Base Ten Instructional Days Instructional Days Instructional Days Instructional Days Instructional Days Instructional Days Instructional Days 1-20 21-60 61-85 86-105 106-125 126-150 151-177 Classify objects and cut Know number names and Understand addition as Work with numbers 11-19 Know number names and Identify and describe 1st Grade Preview the number of objects in the count sequence putting together and to gain foundations for the count sequence. shapes (squares, circles, each category. K.CC.1 (0-5) (6-10) adding to, and understand place value. K.CC.1 (1-100) triangles, rectangles, Add and subtract within K.MD.3 (classify) Count to 100 by ones subtraction as taking K.NBT.1 Count to 100 by ones Hexagons, cubes, cones, 20. Classify objects into and by tens. apart and taking from. Compose and and by tens. cylinders and spheres). 1.OA.6 given categories; K.CC.3 (0-5) (6-10) K.OA.1 decompose numbers K.CC.2 (1-100) K.G.1 Add and subtract within count the numbers of Write numbers from 0 to Represent addition and from 11 to 19 into ten Count forward beginning Describe objects in the 20, demonstrating 20. Represent a number subtraction with objects, ones and from a given number environment using fluency for addition and objects in each of objects with a written fingers, mental images, some further ones, e.g., within the known names of shapes, and subtraction within 10. category and sort the by using objects or numeral 0-20 (with 0 drawings2, sounds (e.g., sequence (instead of describe the relative Use strategies such as categories by count.3 drawings, and record having to begin at 1). counting on; making representing a count of claps), acting out positions of these objects no objects). situations, verbal each K.CC.3 (0-20) using terms such as ten(e.g., 8 + 6 = 8 + 2 + 4 Identify and describe Count to tell the number explanations, composition or Write numbers from 0 to above, below, beside, in = 10 + 4 = 14); shapes (squares, circles, expressions,or equations. decomposition by a front of, behind, and next decomposing a number of objects. drawing or equation (e.g., 20. Represent a number triangles, rectangles, K.OA.2 of objects with a written to leading to a ten (e.g., 13 K.CC.4 (0-5) (6-10) 18 = 10 + – 4 = 13 – 3 – 1 = 10 – 1 hexagons). Understand the Solve addition and numeral 0-20 (with 0 K.G.2 8); understand that these = 9); using the K.G.1 (2Dshapes) relationship between subtraction word representing a count of Correctly name shapes numbers are composed regardless of their relationship between Describe objects in the numbers and quantities; problems, and add and no objects). of ten ones and one, addition and subtraction environment using connect subtract within 10, e.g., orientations or overall two, three, four, five, six, size. (e.g., knowing that 8 + 4 names of shapes, and counting to cardinality by using objects or seven, eight, or nine = 12, one knows 12 – 8= K.CC.4a (0-5) (6-10) drawings to represent the K.G.3 describe the relative problem. ones. 4); and creating positions of these When counting objects, Know number names and Identify shapes as two- equivalent but easier or say the number names in K.OA.3 dimensional (lying in a known sums (e.g., adding objects using terms the count sequence. the standard Decompose numbers plane, “flat”) or three 6 +7 by creating the such as above, below, less than or equal to 10 K.CC.1 (0-19) dimensional (“solid”). order, pairing each object known equivalent 6 + 6 + beside, in front of, with one and only one into pairs in more than Count to 100 by ones Analyze, compare, create and by tens. 1 = 12 + 1 = 13). behind, and next to number name and each one way, e.g., by using and compose shapes. K.CC.2 (0-19) Understand place value K.G.2 (2Dshapes) number name with one objects or drawings, and K.G.4 record each Count forward beginning 1.NBT.2a Correctly name and only one object. Analyze and compare Understand that the two shapes regardless of K.CC.4b (0-5) (6-10) decomposition by a from a given number two- and three- drawing or equation (e.g., within the known digits of a two-digit their orientations or Understand that the last dimensional shapes, in number represent number name said tells 5 = 2 + 3 and 5 = 4 + 1). sequence (instead of different sizes and overall size. K.OA.4 having to begin at 1). amounts the number of objects orientations, using of tens and ones. counted. The number of For any number from 1 to K.CC.3 (0-19) informal language to Understand the following objects is the same 9, find the number that Write numbers from 0 to describe their similarities, as special cases: regardless of makes10 when 20. Represent a number differences, parts (e.g., a. 10 can be thought of their arrangement or the added to the given of objects with a written number of sides and order in which they were number, e.g., by using numeral 0-20 (with 0 vertices/“corners”) and as a bundle of ten ones counted. objects or drawings, and representing a count of other attributes (e.g., — called a “ten.” K.CC.4c (0-5) (6-10) record the answer with a no objects). having sides of equal 1.NBT.2b Understand that each drawing or equation. Count to tell the number length). b. The numbers from 11 successive number name K.OA.5 of objects. K.G.5 to 19 are composed of a refers to a quantity Fluently add and subtract K.CC.4 (0-19) Model shapes in the ten and one, two, three, that is one larger. within 5. Understand the world by building shapes four, five, six, seven, K.CC.5 (0-5) (6-10) relationship between from components (e.g., eight, or nine ones. Count to answer “how numbers and quantities; sticks and clay balls) and 1.NBT.2c many?” questions about drawing shapes. connect counting to c. The numbers 10, as many as 20 things cardinality K.G.6 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, arranged in a line, a K.CC.4a (0-19) Compose simple shapes rectangular array, or a to form larger shapes. 80, 90 refer to one, When counting objects, two, three, four, five, circle, or as many as 10 For example, “Can you say the number names in six, seven, eight, or things in a scattered join these two triangles the standard order, configuration; given a pairing each object with with full sides touching to nine tens (and 0 number from 1–20, count make a rectangle?” ones). one and only one number out that many objects. Describe and compare name and each number Compare numbers name with one and only measurable attributes. K.CC.6 (0-5) (6-10) one object. K.MD.1 Identify whether the K.CC.4b (0-19) Describe measurable number of objects in one Understand that the last attributes of objects, such group is greater than, as length or weight. number name said tells less than, or equal to the Describe several the number of objects number of objects in measurable attributes of counted. The number of another group, e.g., by a single object. objects is the same using matching and K.MD.2 regardless of their counting strategies.1 arrangement or the order Directly compare two K.CC.7 (0-5) (6-10) in which they were objects with a Compare two numbers counted. measurable attribute in between 1 and 10 K.CC.4c (0-19) common, to see which presented as written Understand that each object has “more of”/“less numerals. successive number name of” the attribute, and refers to a quantity describe the difference. that is one larger. For example, directly K.CC.5 (0-19) compare the heights of Count to answer “how two children and describe many?” questions about one child as as many as 20 things taller/shorter. arranged in a line, a Classify objects and cut rectangular array, or a the number of objects in circle, or as many as 10 each category. things in a scattered K.MD.3 configuration; given a Classify objects into number from 1–20, count given categories; count out that many objects. the numbers of objects in Compare numbers. each category and sort K.CC.6 (0-19) the categories by count.3 Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies.1