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 Topic C closes the module with discrimination between flats and solids. In Lesson 9, students are identifying and sorting flat and solid shapes. The goal of this lesson is to focus the student’s...

 The lessons of Topic B reiterate those of Topic A but with solid shapes. Lesson 6 begins with students finding solid shapes in their environment. They might find bottles of paint, tissue boxes, balls...

 Students began the year developing number concepts by observing their world. Now, students begin to develop spatial reasoning and geometric concepts by experiencing flat and solid shapes in their...

 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...

 The first day of kindergarten is long anticipated by parents and young students. In Topic A, Lesson 1, students reason about matching pairs of objects. Some of the pairs are exactly the same and some...

 Objective: Culminating task—review selected topics to create a cumulative yearend project.

 Objective: Compose simple shapes to form a larger shape described by an outline.

 Objective: Decompose flat shapes into two or more shapes.

 Objective: Compose flat shapes using pattern blocks and drawings.

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

 Objective: Compose solids using flat shapes as a foundation.

 Objective: Build flat shapes with varying side lengths and record with drawings.

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

 Objective: Culminating Task—Represent teen number decompositions in various ways.

 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: Decompose teen numbers as 10 ones and some ones; compare some ones to compare the teen numbers.

 Objective: Represent teen number decompositions as 10 ones and some ones, and find a hidden part.

 Objective: Represent teen number compositions and decompositions as addition sentences.