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Introduce your PreK students to basic math concepts such as counting, sorting, and measuring, while developing important oral language skills. This resource book provides explicit scripting for 100 daily lessons. Also included are 20 fun hands-on activities to apply math skills, and a weekly Home–School connection page in English and Spanish to extend learning at home.
Each daily 10- to 15-minute lesson is organized around discussion questions that invite students to think critically about the math concepts, use new vocabulary, and demonstrate their understanding. A weekly unit follows this format:
Everyday Literacy: Math
- Day 1: Introduce the weekly concept, read a story, and guide students through an activity.
- Days 2, 3, and 4: Discuss the Day 1 story and concept, and practice or extend the concept through the day’s activity page.
- Day 5: Reinforce the week’s math concept with a fun hands-on math activity. Send home the Home–School connection activity page.
provides 20 weeks of standards-aligned math skills, as well as literacy skills, including:
- number sense
- mathematical thinking and reasoning
- data analysis
- oral language development
The weekly units cover the following topics:
Week 1: One to One (Number Sense)
Week 2: Find the Pattern (Algebra)
Week 3: Count to 5 (Number Sense)
Week 4: Find the Numbers (Number Sense)
Week 5: Basic Shapes (Geometry)
Week 6: Compare Shapes (Geometry)
Week 7: Sort and Classify (Algebra)
Week 8: Does It Belong? (Algebra)
Week 9: Where Is It? (Geometry)
Week 10: Time of Day (Measurement)
Week 11: Count to 10 (Number Sense)
Week 12: What’s the Number? (Number Sense)
Week 13: More or Less (Number Sense)
Week 14: One More (Number Sense)
Week 15: Take Away One (Number Sense)
Week 16: How Are They Different? (Measurement)
Week 17: Let’s Measure! (Measurement)
Week 18: First in Line (Number Sense)
Week 19: Find the Answer (Number Sense)
Week 20: Graphs (Data Analysis)