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MAT00: Mathematics (mathematics behaviors)

Study Category: NIST School Program
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This course is designed for students at kindergarten under mathematics behaviors. The course is designed to teach mathematics by addressing five important aspects of mathematics such as (i) number; (ii) algebra; (iii) data, (iv) spatial sense and (v) financial literacy. Students sort and classify objects into sets according to specific characteristics and describe those characteristics; match objects by one-to-one correspondence; estimate and count to identify sets with more, fewer, or the same number of objects; count orally to 30, and use cardinal and ordinal numbers during play and daily classroom routines; recognize and write numerals from 1…

This course is designed for students at kindergarten under mathematics behaviors. The course is designed to teach mathematics by addressing five important aspects of mathematics such as (i) number; (ii) algebra; (iii) data, (iv) spatial sense and (v) financial literacy. Students sort and classify objects into sets according to specific characteristics and describe those characteristics; match objects by one-to-one correspondence; estimate and count to identify sets with more, fewer, or the same number of objects; count orally to 30, and use cardinal and ordinal numbers during play and daily classroom routines; recognize and write numerals from 1 to 10; demonstrate awareness of addition and subtraction in everyday activities. In algebra, students identify and reproduce simple patterns; create and extend simple patterns using a variety of materials or actions.
In data, students place some specific types of objects on concrete graphs and pictographs; compare information on objects, using two categories; use simple grids correctly; use language of probability. In spatial sense, students identify and reproduce simple patterns; create and extend simple patterns using a variety of materials or actions; use simple measurement terms correctly; order two or more objects according to size or mass; use non-standard measuring devices appropriately; use some standard measuring devices appropriately. In financial literacy, students identify the values of some coins and bills.

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