

Unit 4 Number Operations: Working With Numbers Kindergarten Math 

Unit Length and Description: This
unit should last approximately 5 weeks. The content of this unit should be
taught throughout the year with activities integrated into all content areas. This unit continues
to focus on counting to 100 by ones and tens, using comparative vocabulary to
describe two sets of up to 10 objects, and counting no more than 20 objects.
It introduces adding and subtracting and finding number partners within 10. 

Standards:


Enduring Understandings: ·
Knowing how things are alike and different is important. ·
There are many ways to “tell about” a number. ·
I can think in numbers. ·
I can show my thinking in many ways? ·
I can compare numbers. ·
I use concrete objects
to add and subtract in a story problem. 
Essential Questions: ·
How do we count? Why do we count? ·
Is there more than one way to count? ·
Why is it important for me to think in numbers? ·
How do I show my thinking in different ways? ·
How can I compare numbers? ·
How can I use concrete objects to add and
subtract in a story problem? 

