Kindergarten Math Learning Targets
ALT 1 - Count to 100 by Ones
I can count to 100 by ones. K.CC.1
AST 1.1 - Count to 100 by Ones : I can count forward by ones beginning with a number other than one to 100. K.CC.2
ALT 2 - Count to 100 by 10s
I can count to 100 by tens. K.CC.1
ALT 3 - Write Numbers 0-20
I can write the numbers that represent a given number of objects from zero to twenty.
AST 3.1 - Write Numbers 0-20 : I can write the numbers 0 to 20. K.CC.3
ALT 4 - Use Counting Strategies
I can use counting strategies to determine the number of objects and I can understand the relationship between numbers and quantities. (*Note: Not on report card)
AST 4.1 - Say Number Names Match Objects : I can, when counting objects, say the number names in order while matching each object with a number. K.CC.4a
AST 4.2 - Last Number Said : I know that the last number said tells the number of objects counted no matter how the objects are arranged. K.CC.4b
AST 4.3 - Count up to 20 Objects : I can count up to twenty objects to answer "how many" with the objects arranged in a line, rectangular array or circle. K.CC.5
AST 4.4 - Count out 20 Objects : I can, when given a number within twenty, count out that number of objects. K.CC.5
ALT 5 - Compare Sets of Groups
I can compare sets of groups of objects to tell more, less, or equal to.
AST 5.1 - Determine Greater Than, Less Than : I can determine whether a group of ten or fewer objects is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects. K.CC.6
AST 5.2 - Determine Greater Than, Less Than - Pt 2 : I can determine whether a written number, between one and ten, is greater than, less than, or equal to another written number, between one and ten. K.CC.7
ALT 6 -Addition and Subtraction
I can show addition as putting together and adding to -and- subtraction as taking apart and taking from
AST 6.1 - Addition and Subtraction with Objects : I can show addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings, sounds, acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations. K.OA.1
AST 6.2 - Addition, Subtraction Word Problems : I can solve addition and subtraction word problems within 10, by using objects or drawings. K.OA.2
AST 6.3 - Take Apart Numbers : I can take apart numbers, less than or equal to ten, into pairs in more than one way and record by a drawing or equation. K.OA.3
AST 6.4 - Find Missing Number : I can find the missing number that makes 10, when added to the other given number and I can record the answer using drawings or equations. K.OA.4
ALT 7 - Mental Strategies
I can use mental strategies to fluently and accurately add and subtract within 5. K.OA.5
ALT 8 - Use Place Value
I can use place value to find the tens and ones of the numbers 11-19.
AST 8.1 - Take Apart Numbers : I know that any number between 11 and 19 can be taken apart into 10 ones and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones. K.NBT.1
AST 8.2 - Show with Drawing or Equation : I can show with a drawing or equation that any number between 11 and 19 can be taken apart into 10 ones and some more ones (such as 18 = 10 + 8) K.NBT.1
ALT 9 - Measurable Attributes
I can describe measurable attributes of an object and directly compare 2 objects with measurable attributes. (*Note: Not on report card)
AST 9.1 - Objects Have Measurable Attributes : I know that objects have measurable attributes and I know what they are called (such as length and weight). K.MD.1
AST 9.2 - Describe Object by Using Attribute : I can describe an object by using attributes (such as length, width, height, weight, etc.) K.MD.1
AST 9.3 - More than One Attribute : I can describe more than one attribute of a single object. K.MD.1
AST 9.4 - Meaning of Words : I know the meaning of words that describe measurable attributes (such as more/less, taller/shorter, etc.)
AST 9.5 - Objects Can Be Compared : I know that two objects can be compared using a particular attribute. K.MD.2
AST 9.6 - Which has More, Less of Measurable : I can compare two objects and determine which has more and which has less of the measurable attribute and describe the difference. K.MD.2
ALT 10 - Classify Objects into Categories
I can classify objects into categories and sort and count objects into a specified category.
AST 10.1 - Classify into Given Categories : I can classify objects or people into given categories. K.MD.3
AST 10.2 - Count Number of Objects in Category : I can count the number of objects in a category within 10. K.MD.3
AST 10.3 - Sort Objects into Categories : I can sort objects into categories then determine the order of the categories by the number of objects in each category. K.MD.3
ALT 11 - Identify and Describe Shapes
I can identify and describe shapes (two- and three-dimensional.) Shapes include: squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders, and spheres.
AST 11.1 - Describe Objects Position : I can describe an objects position such as above, below, beside, in front of, behind, next to. K.G.1
AST 11.2 - Describe Using Names of Shapes : I can describe objects in the environment using names of shapes. K.G.1
AST 11.3 - Name Shapes : I can accurately name shapes. K.G.2
AST 11.4 - Size Does Not Affect Name : I know that size does not affect the name of a shape. K.G.2
AST 11.5 - Orientation Does Not Affect Name : I know that orientation does not affect the name of a shape. K.G.2
AST 11.6 - ID Shapes as 2D or 3D : I can identify shapes as two-dimensional or three-dimensional. K.G.3
AST 11.7 - 3D Shape Lying in Plane Flat : I know that a two-dimensional shape is lying in a plane or "flat". K.G.3
AST 11.8 - 3D Shape is Solid : I know that a three-dimensional shape is "solid". K.G.3
ALT 12 - Analyze, Compare, Compose 2D, 3D
I can analyze, compare, and compose two- and three-dimensional shapes. (*Note: Not on report card)
AST 12.1 - Identify and Count Attributes of Shapes : I can identify and count the number of sides, vertices/”corners”, and other attributes of shapes. K.G.4
AST 12.2 - Analyze, Compare 2D and 3D Shapes : I can analyze and compare two- and three-dimensional shapes, in different sizes and orientations, using informal language to describe their similarities, differences, parts, and other attributes. K.G.4
AST 12.3 - Model Shapes : I can model shapes by building and drawing them. K.G.5
AST 12.4 - Make a New Larger Shape : I can make a new larger shape using more than one simple shape. K.G.6
MP 1 - Making Sense
Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
MP 2 - Reason Abstractly
Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
MP 3 - Construct Arguments
Construct viable arguments & critique the reasoning of others.
MP 4 - Model with Math
Model with mathematics.
MP 5 - Use Tools Use appropriate tools strategically.
MP 6 - Precision
Attend to precision.
MP 7- Structure
Look for and make use of structure.
MP 8 - Repeated Reasoning
Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.