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 In this final kindergarten module, students will extend and build upon their learning about two and threedimensional shapes from Module 2. Students use their knowledge about common features of...

 Topic E’s Lesson 1 begins as students represent teen number decompositions and compositions by writing addition sentences. In Lesson 2, students make bonds with materials and hide one of the parts...

 Topic D leads students beyond teen numbers up to 100 (K.CC.1). They begin by counting up and down to 100 both the regular way (ten, twenty, thirty…) and the Say Ten way (ten, 2 tens, 3 tens…). In...

 Topic C opens in Lesson 10 with students building a Rekenrek to 20, which they will use to count and model numbers for the balance of the year. They will deepen their understanding of the composition...

 In Topic B, students advance to a more abstract level, representing the decomposition of teen numbers first with Hide Zero cards (Place Value cards) and in Lesson 2 with number bonds. They then work...

 In Topic A, students count two separate parts within teen numbers, 10 ones and some ones. They start by counting piles of 10 straws to understand 10 ones. In the Lesson 2, students separate 10 ones...

 Topic G is a bridge that enables students to compare numerals by connecting number to length. In Lessons 25 and 26, they work with linear configurations to match and count to see that “7 is more than...

 Topic F opens with students shifting from comparison of lengths to comparison of number. As students build their confidence by directly comparing the lengths of a pencil and a crayon, they are...

 After the MidModule Assessment, the module shifts towards comparison of number, opening in Topic E with four lessons in which students consider, “Is there enough?” in a variety of contexts. Students...

 Topic H is a mirror image of Topic G. Students explored one more in Topic H and will explore one less in Topic G. In Lesson 33, the students use their knowledge of relationships between numbers to...

 In the previous topics students counted lots of groups of threedimensional objects, concretely seeing that numbers represented quantities of those objects. Topic G transitions them to pictorially (...

 In this module, counting becomes more complex as the numbers get bigger. Throughout the module, the students learn to be flexible with numbers to 10. Students represent, count, and compare different...

 In Topic E, students’ engage in counting numbers above 5, namely 6, 7, and 8, in varied configurations. The students use their growing skill and knowledge of counting up to five to reason about...

 At this point in the module, students have been engaged in meaningful, varied counting, learning that quantities of objects have a numerical value. Topic D opens with beginning to understand the...

 Building on the knowledge of Topic B where the students practiced onetoone counting of objects in a category they transition to answer how many questions of objects and dots in linear, array,...

 In Topic A, the students critically looked at objects focusing on their attributes and use. In Topic B, they use this knowledge to classify groups of objects into 2 categories that are determined for...

 Objective: Describe the relative position of shapes using ordinal numbers.

 Objective: Describe the systematic construction of flat shapes using ordinal numbers.

 Objective: Reason about and represent situations, decomposing teen numbers into 10 ones and some ones, and composing 10 ones and some ones into a teen number.

 Objective: Explore numbers on the Rekenrek. (Optional.)

 Objective: Count across tens by ones to 100 with and without objects.

 Objective: Count across tens when counting by ones through 40.

 Objective: Count within tens by ones.

 Objective: Count up and down by tens to 100 with Say Ten and regular counting.