Shows that objects can be counted by ones and by twos and that objects can be sequenced by number.
Focuses on measurement and counting as ways to collect data and shows ways to display data.
Demonstrates that there are patterns, shapes, and symmetry in nature and in things made by people.
Presents reasons to collect data and ways to compare data, including tables and graphs.
Teaches the names and properties of basic shapes and shows real-life examples of shapes in the environment.
Sizes and weights of objects can be measured or compared and then ordered.
Shows that length, height, width, weight, and volume can be estimated and measured using nonstandard, U.S. customary, and metric units.
Addition, subtraction, division and multiplication can be used to solve problems, large numbers can be used to represent large quantities