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Hands-On Standards Math Mini Lessons

Hands-On Standards Math Daily Problem Solving

Hands-On Standards Math Intervention: Number & Operations

Hands-On Standards Math Intervention: Geometry, Measurement, & Data

## Hands-On Standards Math Mini Lessons Correlations

Prekindergarten

Hands-On Standards Math Mini Lessons Correlations

Kindergarten

Hands-On Standards Math Mini Lessons Correlations

 Strand/Topic Objective Lesson Lesson Title Common Core State Standards Number and Operations Explore “counting on” using a number line. 1 Count On K.CC.2 Number and Operations Identify a number for a group of 0 to 10 objects. 2 Groups of 0 to 10 K.CC.3K.CC.5 Number and Operations Explore different arrangements of the same number. 3 Number Shapes K.CC.3K.CC.5 Number and Operations Count forward from 0 to 5 and backward from 5 to 0. 4 Count to 5 and Back K.CC.4aK.CC.4bK.CC.4c Number and Operations Estimate and count groups of objects to 10. 5 Estimate and Count K.CC.4K.CC.4aK.CC.4bK.CC.4cK.CC.5 Number and Operations Explain how the same number of objects can be arranged in different ways. 6 Arrange Sets of Objects K.CC.4K.CC.4aK.CC.4bK.CC.5 Number and Operations Use sets of concrete objects to represent quantities given in verbal or written form through the number 9. 7 Represent Numbers with Objects K.CC.4K.CC.4aK.CC.4bK.CC.4cK.CC.5 Number and Operations Compare groups of 1 to 10 objects. 8 Compare Groups K.CC.6 Number and Operations Match objects using one-to-one correspondence to demonstrate equal groups. 9 Equal Groups K.CC.6 Number and Operations Identify and create groups that have one more object than another group. 10 More and Fewer K.CC.6 Number and Operations Use one-to-one correspondence and language such as more than, less than, or same number as to describe relative sizes of sets of concrete objects. 11 More Than, Less Than, Same As K.CC.6 Number and Operations Explore the order of numbers 1 to 10. 12 Order of Numbers K.CC.6K.CC.7 Number and Operations Identify a number for a group of 11 to 20 objects. 13 Groups of 11 to 20 K.CC.4K.CC.4aK.CC.4bK.CC.4cK.CC.5 Number and Operations Count to 100 by ones. 14 Count to 100 by Ones K.CC.1 Number and Operations Count to 100 by tens. 15 Count to 100 by Tens K.CC.1 Number and Operations Solve joining problems by combining two groups to make a larger group (part-part-whole addition). 16 Solve Joining Problems K.OA.1K.OA.2 Number and Operations Identify the plus sign and use it to show addition. 17 Use the Addition Symbol K.OA.1K.OA.2K.OA.5 Number and Operations Solve separating problems by taking away one group from a larger group and counting what is left. 18 Solve Separating Problems K.OA.1K.OA.2 Number and Operations Identify the minus sign and use it to show subtraction. 19 Use the Subtraction Symbol K.OA.1K.OA.2K.OA.5 Number and Operations Find sums to 10. 20 Sums to 10 K.OA.1K.OA.2 Number and Operations Find differences from 10. 21 Diff erences from 10 K.OA.1K.OA.2 Number and Operations Identify a whole number as a combination of two parts. 22 Part-Part-Whole K.OA.3 Number and Operations Decompose numbers to find different representations of the same number. 23 Decompose Numbers K.OA.3 Number and Operations Given a number from 1 to 9, find the number that makes 10. 24 Make 10 K.OA.4 Number and Operations Compose numbers from 11 to 19 in tens and ones. 25 Compose Numbers 11–19 K.NBT.1 Number and Operations Decompose numbers from 11 to 19 in tens and ones. 26 Decompose Numbers 11–19 K.NBT.1 Measurement Explore the concept of height using nonstandard units. 1 Measure Height K.MD.1 Measurement Sort objects by height. 2 Sort by Height K.MD.1K.MD.2 Measurement Estimate and measure length using nonstandard units. 3 Estimate and Measure Length K.MD.1 Measurement Sort objects by length; use the terms shortestand longest. 4 Sort by Length K.MD.1K.MD.2 Data Sort objects by one attribute. 1 Sort by One Attribute K.MD.3 Data Sort groups of objects by two attributes. 2 Sort by Two Attributes K.MD.3 Data Determine the sorting rule for sorted groups of objects. 3 Determine the Sorting Rule K.MD.3 Data Classify objects into given categories. 4 Classify Objects K.MD.3 Geometry Identify left and right. 1 Left and Right K.G.1 Geometry Identify circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles and compare them to real-life objects. 2 Plane Shapes and Real-Life Objects K.G.1K.G.2K.G.3K.G.5 Geometry Identify and use shapes to create pictures. 3 Create Geometric Pictures K.G.1K.G.5 Geometry Explore attributes of plane shapes. 4 Attributes of Plane Shapes K.G.2K.G.4 Geometry Identify attributes of cubes and spheres. 5 Cubes and Spheres K.G.2K.G.3K.G.4 Geometry Explore shape attributes and spatial sense. 6 Explore Shape Attributes K.G.4 Geometry Use shape attributes and spatial sense to solve shape riddles. 7 Shape Attribute Riddles K.G.6 Geometry Form larger shapes by using several smaller shapes. 8 Compose New Plane Shapes K.G.6

Hands-On Standards Math Mini Lessons Correlations

Hands-On Standards Math Mini Lessons Correlations

## Hands-On Standards Math Daily Problem Solving Correlations

Hands-On Standards Math Daily Problem Solving Correlations

 Strand/Topic Objective Cards Lesson Title Common Core State Standards Number Sense Represent a number of objects with a writtennumeral 1-10. 1-10 Numbers 1 to 10 K.CC.A.3 Number Sense Represent a number of objects with a writtennumeral 11-19. 11-20 Numbers 11-19 K.CC.A.3 Number Sense Count to find the number of objects in a set. 21-30 Understand Counting K.CC.B.4K.CC.B.4aK.CC.B.4bK.CC.B.4c Number Sense Solve join result unknown word problems. 31-40 Add to Solve Problems K.OA.A.2 Number Sense Solve separate result unknown word problems. 41-50 Subtract to Solve Problems K.OA.A.2 Number Sense Count to 100 by ones. 51-60 Count by 1s K.CC.A.1 Number Sense Count to 100 by  tens. 61-70 Count by 10s K.CC.A.1 Number Sense Compose numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones and some further ones. 71-80 Make Numbers 11-19 K.NBT.A.1 Number Sense Decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones and some further ones. 81-90 Break Apart Numbers 11-19 K.NBT.A.1 Number Sense Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group. 91-100 Compare Sets K.CC.C.6 Number Sense Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numerals. 101-110 Compare Numbers K.CC.C.7 Number Sense Solve problems with no action to find the whole. 111-120 Part-Part-Whole Problems Number Sense Add using objects to represent quantities. 121-130 Add with Objects K.OA.A.1 Number Sense Subtract using objects to represent quantities. 131-140 Subtract with Objects K.OA.A.1 Number Sense Add using equations to represent quantities. 141-150 Add with Equations K.OA.A.1 Number Sense Subtract using equations to represent quantities. 151-160 Subtract with Equations K.OA.A.1 Number Sense Add using drawings to represent quantities. 161-170 Add with Drawings K.OA.A.1 Number Sense Subtract using drawings to represent quantities. 171-180 Subtract with Drawings K.OA.A.1 Number Sense Add within 5. 181-190 Add Within 5 K.OA.A.5 Number Sense Subtract within 5. 191-200 Subtract Within 5 K.OA.A.5 Number Sense Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way. 201-210 Number Combinations K.OA.A.3 Number Sense Count on from a given quantity when adding. 211-220 Count On K.CC.A.2 Number Sense Count back from a given quatity when subtracting 221-230 Count Back Number Sense Find the number that makes 10 with a given one-digit number. 231-240 Make 10 K.OA.A.4 Number Sense Find differences from 10 241-250 Difference from 10 K.OA.A.4 Measurement Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length. 251-260 Length K.MD.A1 Measurement Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as height 261-270 Height K.MD.A1 Measurement Compare objects using words like shortest, tallest, longest, etc. 271-280 Length and Height K.MD.A1 Geometry Describe objects in the environment using names of shapes. 281-290 Names of Shapes K.G.A.1 K.G.A.2 Geometry Describe the relative positions of these objects using terms such as above, below, beside, in front of, behind, and next to. 291-300 Locations K.G.A.1 Geometry Identify shapes as two-dimensional (lying in a plane, "flat") or three-dimensional ("solid"). 301-310 Flat or Solid K.G.A.3 Geometry Compare two- and three-dimensional shapes. 311-320 Compare Shapes K.G.B.4 Geometry Model shapes in the world by building shapes from components. 321-330 Make and Draw Shapes K.G.B.5 Geometry Compose simple shapes to form larger shapes. 331-340 Put Shapes Together K.G.B.6 Data Classify objects into categories. 341–350 Sort Objects K.MD.B.3 Data Count the numbers of objects in categories. 351–360 Count Objects K.MD.B.3

Hands-On Standards Math Daily Problem Solving Correlations

Hands-On Standards Math Daily Problem Solving Correlations

## Hands-On Standards Math Intervention: Number & Operations Correlations

Hands-On Standards Math Intervention: Number & Operations Correlations

Hands-On Standards Math Intervention: Number & Operations Correlations

Hands-On Standards Math Intervention: Number & Operations Correlations

## Hands-On Standards Math Intervention: Geometry, Measurement & Data Correlations

Hands-On Standards Math Intervention: Geometry, Measurement & Data

 Strand/Topic Objective Lesson Lesson Title Common Core State Standards Geometry Describe the relative positions of these objects using terms such as above, below, beside, in front of, behind, and next to. 1 Find Relative Position K.G.1 Geometry Describe objects in the environment using names of shapes. 2 Name Shapes K.G.1 Geometry Correctly name shapes. 3 Identify Irregular Shapes K.G.2 Geometry Identify two- and three-dimensional shapes. 4 Identify Two and Three-Dimensional Shapes K.G.3 Geometry Compare two- and three-dimensional shapes and describe their similarities and differences. 5 Compare Two-Dimensional Shapes K.G.4 Geometry Compare two- and three-dimensional shapes and describe their similarities and differences. 6 Compare Three-Dimensional Shapes K.G.4 Geometry Model shapes in the world. 7 Model Shapes K.G.5 Geometry Form larger shapes by using several smaller shapes. 8 Compose Two-Dimensional Shapes K.G.6 Measurement Determine objects based on provided measurable attributes. 1 Determine Attributes K.MD.1 Measurement Describe the length of objects using nonstandard units. 2 Measure Length in Nonstandard Units K.MD.1 Measurement Describe the height of objects using nonstandard units. 3 Measure Height in Nonstandard Units K.MD.1 Measurement Compare the length of two objects using nonstandard units. 4 Compare Lengths K.MD.2 Measurement Compare the height of two objects using nonstandard units. 5 Compare Heights K.MD.2 Measurement Compare the number of parts within two objects. 6 Compare Objects K.MD.2 Data Classify objects into given categories. 1 Classify by Categories K.MD.3 Data Sort objects by one attribute. 2 Sort by 1 Attribute K.MD.3 Data Sort groups of objects by two attributes. 3 Sort by 2 Attributes K.MD.3 Data Determine the sorting rule for sorted groups of objects. 4 Determine the Sorting Rule K.MD.3 Data Count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count. 5 Sort and Count K.MD.3 Data Count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count. 6 Sort, Count, and Analyze K.MD.3

Hands-On Standards Math Intervention: Geometry, Measurement & Data

 Strand/Topic Objective Lesson Lesson Title Common Core State Standards Geometry Distinguish between defining attributes versus non-defining attributes of shapes. 1 Shape Attributes 1.G.1 Geometry Build and draw shapes to possess defining attributes. 2 Create Shapes 1.G.1 Geometry Explore ways of combining different shapes to compose new 2-dimensional shapes. 3 Compose 2-Dimensional Shapes 1.G.2 Geometry Compose 3-dimensional shapes to create a composite shape. 4 Compose 3-Dimensional Shapes 1.G.2 Geometry Partition circles into two and four equal shares and recognize that decomposing into more equal shares creates smaller shares. 5 Equal Shares with Circles 1.G.3 Geometry Partition rectangles into two and four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, fourths, and quarters, and use the phrases half of, fourth of, and quarter of. 6 Equal Shares with Rectangles 1.G.3 Measurement Order three objects by lengths. 1 Order Objects by Length 1.MD.1 Measurement Determine an in between length that would come between two objects. 2 Find In-Between Lengths 1.MD.1 Measurement Compare the lengths of two objects indirectly by using a third object. 3 Compare Lengths 1.MD.1 Measurement Express the length of an object as a whole number of length unit. 4 Determine Length of Objects 1.MD.2 Measurement Express the length of an object as a whole number of different sized length units. 5 Use Different Size Units to Measure Length 1.MD.2 Measurement Tell time to the hour on an analog clock. 6 Tell Time to the Hour 1.MD.3 Measurement Tell time to the half-hour on analog clock 7 Tell Time to the Half Hour 1.MD.3 Measurement Tell and write time in half-hours an analog and digital clock. 8 Write the Digital Time 1.MD.3 Data Organize data and make a tally chart. 1 Create Tally Charts 1.MD.4 Data Organize data and make a picture graph to represent and interpret data. 2 Create Picture Graphs 1.MD.4 Data Organize data and make a bar graph to represent and interpret data. 3 Create Bar Graphs 1.MD.4 Data Answer questions about the total number of data points. 4 Interpret Data on Graphs 1.MD.4 Data Answer comparison questions about data in a graph. 5 Compare Data on Graphs 1.MD.4 Data Write questions about graphs. 6 Create Questions about Data 1.MD.4