**Know number names and the count sequence.**

*Math.K.CC.A.3*: Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

Activity | Page |
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Zero | 7 |

One | 8 |

Two | 9 |

Three | 10 |

Four | 11 |

Five | 12 |

Match Up | 14 |

Take a Hike | 18 |

Around the Campfire | 21 |

Fish, Fish, Fish | 23 |

Fix the Set | 24 |

Ready to Race | 25 |

How Many Balls? | 26 |

How Many Hats? | 27 |

How Many Shapes? | 28 |

Shape Sets | 29 |

Complete the Sets | 30 |

Time to Eat | 31 |

Under the Sea | 35 |

Country Music | 36 |

Six | 37 |

Seven | 38 |

Eight | 39 |

Nine | 40 |

Ten | 41 |

Eleven | 42 |

Twelve | 43 |

Fix the Sets | 48 |

What Doesn’t Belong? | 49 |

Go Fish | 52 |

Beach Toys | 53 |

Shape Sets | 54 |

Seeing Stars | 55 |

Jungle Jam | 56 |

Everything Counts | 57 |

Which Is More? | 58 |

Double Digits | 60 |

Count to Match | 62 |

**Know number names and the count sequence.**

*Math.K.CC.A.1*: Count to 100 by ones and by tens.

Activity | Page |
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Match Up | 14 |

Find Our Nests | 15 |

Around the Campfire | 21 |

Beach Bears | 22 |

Ready to Race | 25 |

How Many Balls? | 26 |

How Many Hats? | 27 |

Under the Sea | 35 |

Country Music | 36 |

The Winner | 44 |

Numbers and Words | 45 |

Words and Numbers | 46 |

How Many Eggs? | 50 |

How Many Muffins? | 51 |

Go Fish | 52 |

Beach Toys | 53 |

Shape Sets | 54 |

Seeing Stars | 55 |

Jungle Jam | 56 |

Everything Counts | 57 |

Count to Match | 62 |

High-Flying Numbers | 63 |

Tens and Ones | 69 |

More Tens and Ones | 70 |

**Know number names and the count sequence.**

*Math.K.CC.A.2*: Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).

Activity | Page |
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Hear the Music | 34 |

Double Digits | 60 |

Fill in the Numbers | 65 |

Before and After | 66 |

**Count to tell the number of objects.**

*Math.K.CC.B.4*: Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.

Activity | Page |
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Numbers and Words | 13 |

Match Up | 14 |

Find Our Nests | 15 |

A Day at the Beach | 16 |

Blast Off! | 17 |

One-to-One | 20 |

Around the Campfire | 21 |

Beach Bears | 22 |

Fish, Fish, Fish | 23 |

How Many Shapes? | 28 |

Complete the Sets | 30 |

Time to Eat | 31 |

Hear the Music | 34 |

Under the Sea | 35 |

Country Music | 36 |

Numbers and Words | 45 |

Words and Numbers | 46 |

Fix the Sets | 48 |

What Doesn’t Belong? | 49 |

How Many Eggs? | 50 |

How Many Muffins? | 51 |

Beach Toys | 53 |

Shape Sets | 54 |

Seeing Stars | 55 |

Which Is More? | 58 |

Which Is Less? | 59 |

Words and Numbers | 61 |

Count to Match | 62 |

High-Flying Numbers | 63 |

Count the Stars | 67 |

So Many Shapes | 68 |

**Count to tell the number of objects.**

*Math.K.CC.B.5*: Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1–20, count out that many objects.

Activity | Page |
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Match Up | 14 |

Find Our Nests | 15 |

Around the Campfire | 21 |

Beach Bears | 22 |

How Many Balls? | 26 |

How Many Hats? | 27 |

How Many Shapes? | 28 |

Under the Sea | 35 |

Country Music | 36 |

Numbers and Words | 45 |

Words and Numbers | 46 |

Fix the Sets | 48 |

What Doesn’t Belong? | 49 |

How Many Eggs? | 50 |

How Many Muffins? | 51 |

Go Fish | 52 |

Beach Toys | 53 |

Seeing Stars | 55 |

Jungle Jam | 56 |

Everything Counts | 57 |

Words and Numbers | 61 |

Count to Match | 62 |

**Compare numbers.**

*Math.K.CC.C.6*: Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies.

Activity | Page |
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Full Closets | 19 |

One-to-One | 20 |

How Many Hats? | 27 |

Time to Eat | 31 |

Sort the Sets | 32 |

More Buttons | 33 |

Hear the Music | 34 |

Which Is More? | 58 |

Which Is Less? | 59 |

More For Lunch | 89 |

**Compare numbers.**

*Math.K.CC.C.7*: Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numerals.

Activity | Page |
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Time to Eat | 31 |

Hear the Music | 34 |

**Understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understand subtraction as taking apart and taking from.**

*Math.K.OA.A.5*: Fluently add and subtract within 5.

Activity | Page |
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Shape Sets | 29 |

Adding Animals | 71 |

Sailboats at Sea | 72 |

Shape Sets | 73 |

Fill the Basket | 74 |

Hide and Seek | 75 |

Bouncing Back | 104 |

Bears Over the Mountain | 105 |

How Many Monkeys? | 106 |

Domino Dot Subtraction | 107 |

Play Ball | 108 |

**Understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understand subtraction as taking apart and taking from.**

*Math.K.OA.A.2*: Solve addition and subtraction word problems, and add and subtract within 10, e.g., by using objects or drawings to represent the problem.

Activity | Page |
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Shape Sets | 29 |

Hide and Seek | 75 |

Add the Dinosaurs | 77 |

Frogs at Play | 78 |

Shape Word Problems | 84 |

Farmyard Facts | 88 |

Add the Beans | 90 |

Fill the Jars | 91 |

Surprise! | 92 |

Pack Full of Money | 93 |

Smell the Flowers | 96 |

Cookie Count | 99 |

Word Problems | 103 |

Graph to Solve | 112 |

Subtraction Word Problems 0 – 10 | 116 |

Hop Down the Line | 117 |

A Sneaky Snake | 124 |

How Many Cookies Are Left? | 127 |

**Understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understand subtraction as taking apart and taking from.**

*Math.K.OA.A.1*: Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings, sounds (e.g., claps), acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.

Activity | Page |
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Shape Sets | 29 |

Adding Animals | 71 |

Sailboats at Sea | 72 |

Shape Sets | 73 |

Fill the Basket | 74 |

Count and Add | 76 |

Add the Dinosaurs | 77 |

Frogs at Play | 78 |

School Supplies | 79 |

How Many Pets? | 80 |

Digging for Answers | 81 |

Fishing Fun | 82 |

Solve the Mystery | 83 |

Add Them Up! | 85 |

Domino Dot Addition | 86 |

Hanging Out | 87 |

Farmyard Facts | 88 |

More For Lunch | 89 |

Surprise! | 92 |

Pack Full of Money | 93 |

Are They Ripe? | 94 |

Batter Up! | 95 |

Smell the Flowers | 96 |

Brick by Brick | 97 |

Break the Code | 98 |

Cookie Count | 99 |

Grab That Ball! | 100 |

The Big Peanut Search | 101 |

Grapes Are Great! | 102 |

Bouncing Back | 104 |

Bears Over the Mountain | 105 |

How Many Monkeys? | 106 |

Domino Dot Subtraction | 107 |

Play Ball | 108 |

More Domino Dots | 109 |

How Many Are Left? | 110 |

Make the Team | 111 |

See How They Float | 113 |

Play Ball | 114 |

Subtraction Rainbow | 115 |

Let’s Go | 118 |

Missing Clothes | 119 |

A Dozen or Less | 120 |

Ducks on the Run! | 121 |

Turtle Talk | 122 |

Taking Off | 123 |

A Sneaky Snake | 124 |

Time to Hatch | 125 |

Up and Away | 126 |

Garden Facts | 128 |

Turtle Practice | 129 |

Subtract the Shapes | 130 |

Addition and Subtraction Review 0 – 10 - Review 1 | 131 |

Addition and Subtraction Review 0 – 10 - Review 2 | 132 |

Addition and Subtraction Review 0 – 20 - Review 1 | 133 |

Addition and Subtraction Review 0 – 20 - Review 2 | 134 |

Addition and Subtraction Review 0 – 30 - Review 1 | 135 |

Addition and Subtraction Review 0 – 30 - Review 2 | 136 |

*Math.K.OA.A.3*: Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each decomposition by a drawing or equation (e.g., 5 = 2 + 3 and 5 = 4 + 1).

Activity | Page |
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Adding Animals | 71 |

Sailboats at Sea | 72 |

Shape Sets | 73 |

Fill the Basket | 74 |

Count and Add | 76 |

Add the Dinosaurs | 77 |

School Supplies | 79 |

How Many Pets? | 80 |

Add Them Up! | 85 |

Domino Dot Addition | 86 |

Farmyard Facts | 88 |

More For Lunch | 89 |

Addition and Subtraction Review 0 – 10 - Review 1 | 131 |

Addition and Subtraction Review 0 – 10 - Review 2 | 132 |

**Work with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value.**

*Math.K.NBT.A.1*: Compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones and some further ones, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each composition or decomposition by a drawing or equation (such as 18 = 10 + 8); understand that these numbers are composed of ten ones and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones.

Activity | Page |
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Count the Stars | 67 |

So Many Shapes | 68 |

Tens and Ones | 69 |

More Tens and Ones | 70 |

**Classify objects and count the number of objects in each category.**

*Math.K.MD.B.3*: Classify objects into given categories; count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count. Limit category counts to be less than or equal to 10.

Activity | Page |
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Take a Hike | 18 |

Full Closets | 19 |

Around the Campfire | 21 |

Beach Bears | 22 |

Fish, Fish, Fish | 23 |

Fix the Set | 24 |

Sort the Sets | 32 |

Under the Sea | 35 |

Country Music | 36 |

Fix the Sets | 48 |

What Doesn’t Belong? | 49 |

Jungle Jam | 56 |

Everything Counts | 57 |

Fill the Basket | 74 |

Digging for Answers | 81 |

Hanging Out | 87 |

Are They Ripe? | 94 |

Batter Up! | 95 |

Graph to Solve | 112 |

Turtle Talk | 122 |

**Analyze, compare, create, and compose shapes.**

*Math.K.G.B.5*: Model shapes in the world by building shapes from components (e.g., sticks and clay balls) and drawing shapes.

Activity | Page |
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How Many Shapes? | 28 |

Shape Sets | 29 |

Shape Sets | 54 |

Seeing Stars | 55 |

Shape Sets | 73 |

Shape Word Problems | 84 |

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