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PreK MAPs

Page history last edited by Robbyn Glinsmann 4 years, 10 months ago

Throughout the Pre-Kindergarten experience, mathematically literate students will …

Develop a Deep and Flexible Conceptual Understanding 

 
explore numbers and their relationship to quantity.  Tools such as number lines, along with connections to counted objects, patterns, shapes, and data from the classroom environment help to establish early comprehension of operations.
Develop Accurate and Appropriate Procedural Fluency   
develop the formal language and sequence of numbers as they master the counting procedure up to 20 while recognizing and naming numerals to 10.  Comparing and describing sets, objects, and shapes provides students the opportunity to utilize and make sense of counting numbers.
Develop Strategies for Problem Solving   
interact with the world around them through objects and experiences that occur in the Pre-Kindergarten classroom to create meaning for counting.  Teachers support problem solving at this level by helping children guess and check as they compare and think about patterns.
Develop Mathematical Reasoning   
create clear explanations about the world around them and can respond to questions posed to them, such as, “Why do you think it is true?”, and “Does anyone think the answer is different, and why do you think that?”. Children begin comparing and sorting objects with simple justifications focused on counting.
Develop a Productive Mathematical Disposition   
see math as a vital part of their world, and understand counting as an essential concept and skill that helps them understand their environment. Significant relationships are established between vocabulary, such as little, big, long, short, tall, heavy, light, same, more, and fewer, and the numerical relationships they describe.

Develop the Ability to Make Conjectures, Model, and Generalize 

 
work to understand the patterns around them within the classroom and the real world.  Students will begin to make sense of patterning concepts.
Develop the Ability to Communicate Mathematically   
expand their vocabulary with math specific language to describe the world around them.  Communication becomes the heart of exploration, solidifying ideas through cooperative conversations and peer interactions.

 

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PreK Introduction

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PreK Learning Progression

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