Course Features
 Lectures 114
 Quizzes 59
 Duration Lifetime access
 Skill level All levels
 Students 2
 Assessments Yes

Module Overview & Course Offering
In this kindergarten math module, the objectives are to develop fundamental skills in counting and number recognition, introduce basic shapes and patterns, and introduce basic addition and subtraction within the number range of 1 to 10. Students will engage in activities such as counting objects, identifying and writing numbers, recognizing and naming shapes, exploring patterns, and practicing simple addition and subtraction using manipulatives and handson activities.

Module 1: Shapes
Students will develop shape recognition skills, learn to sort and classify shapes, understand shape composition and decomposition, explore shape patterns and symmetry, and make realworld connections with shapes. Through various activities and exercises, students will be able to identify and describe common shapes, sort objects based on their shapes, create and deconstruct shapes, recognize and create shape patterns, understand symmetrical properties of shapes, and apply their shape knowledge to objects and situations in their everyday lives.
 Lesson 1.1: Name the shape: Objective: The objective is for kindergartners to be able to name and identify common shapes accurately, including circles, squares, triangles, rectangles, and ovals.
 Name the shape
 Lesson 1.2 Circles: Objective: The objective is for kindergartners to be able to identify and name circles, recognizing their defining characteristics such as a round shape and having no corners or straight sides.
 Circles
 Lesson 1.3: Squares: Objective: The objective is for kindergartners to be able to identify and name squares, recognizing their defining characteristics such as having four equal sides and four right angles.
 Squares
 Lesson 1.4: Triangle: Objective: The objective is for kindergartners to be able to identify and name triangles, recognizing their defining characteristics such as having three sides and three angles.
 Triangles
 Lesson 1.5: Rectangle: Objective: The objective is for kindergartners to be able to identify and name rectangles, recognizing their defining characteristics such as having four sides and four right angles, with opposite sides being equal in length.
 Rectangle
 Lesson 1.6: Circles, Squares, and Triangles: Objective: The objective is to review and reinforce the identification and naming of circles, squares, and triangles, ensuring kindergartners can accurately recognize and name these shapes based on their defining attributes.
 Circles, squares and triangles

Module 2: Count to 3
Objective: The objective of this module is for kindergartners to develop the ability to count from 1 to 3 accurately, strengthening their foundational counting skills and number recognition.
 Lesson 1.7: Learn to count – up to 3: Objective: The objective is for kindergartners to learn and practice counting up to the number 3, developing their foundational skills in number recognition and counting small quantities accurately.
 Learn to count – up to 3 Quiz
 Lesson 1.8: Count objects – up to 3: Objective: The objective is for kindergartners to develop the ability to count objects accurately, focusing on quantities up to the number 3, thereby strengthening their counting skills and number sense.
 Count objects – up to 3
 Lesson 1.9: Count dots – up to 3: Objective: The objective is for kindergartners to practice counting dots and develop the ability to accurately count up to 3 dots, strengthening their understanding of basic numerical quantities and enhancing their counting skills.
 Count dots – up to 3
 Lesson 1.10: Count shapes – up to 3: Objective: The objective is for kindergartners to learn to count shapes and develop the ability to accurately count up to 3 shapes, enhancing their counting skills and reinforcing their understanding of numerical quantities in the context of shapes.
 Count shapes – up to 3
 Lesson 1.11: Count on ten frames – up to 3: Objective: The objective is for kindergartners to learn to count on ten frames and develop the ability to accurately count up to 3 dots on a ten frame, strengthening their understanding of number sense and building a foundation for more advanced counting skills.
 Count on ten frames – up to 3
 Lesson 1.12: Represent numbers – up to 3: Objective: The objective is for kindergartners to learn to represent numbers up to 3 using various visual and symbolic representations, such as tally marks, dots, fingers, or written numerals, developing their ability to associate quantities with numerical symbols and enhancing their number representation skills.
 Represent numbers – up to 3

Module 3: Count to 5
Objective: The objective of this module is for kindergartners to develop the ability to count from 1 to 5 accurately, strengthening their foundational counting skills and number recognition.
 Lesson 1.13: Learn to count – up to 5: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and practice counting up to the number 5, developing their foundational skills in number recognition and counting small quantities accurately.
 Learn to count – up to 5
 Lesson 1.14: Count objects – up to 5: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the ability to count objects accurately, focusing on quantities up to the number 5, thereby strengthening their counting skills and number sense.
 Count objects – up to 5
 Lesson 1.15: Count dots – up to 5: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to practice counting dots and develop the ability to accurately count up to 5 dots, strengthening their understanding of basic numerical quantities and enhancing their counting skills.
 Count dots – up to 5
 Lesson 1.16: Count shapes – up to 5: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn to count shapes and develop the ability to accurately count up to 5 shapes, enhancing their counting skills and reinforcing their understanding of numerical quantities in the context of shapes.
 Count shapes – up to 5
 Lesson 1.17: Count on ten frames – up to 5: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn to count on ten frames and develop the ability to accurately count up to 5 dots on a ten frame, strengthening their understanding of number sense and building a foundation for more advanced counting skills.
 Count on ten frames – up to 5
 Lesson 1.18: Represent numbers – up to 5: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn to represent numbers up to 5 using various visual and symbolic representations, such as tally marks, dots, fingers, or written numerals, developing their ability to associate quantities with numerical symbols and enhancing their number representation skills.
 Represent numbers – up to 5

Module 4: Count to 10
Objective: The objective of this module is for kindergartners to develop the ability to count from 1 to 10 accurately, strengthening their foundational counting skills and number recognition.
 Lesson 1.19: Learn to count – up to 10: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and practice counting up to the number 10, developing their foundational skills in number recognition and counting larger quantities accurately.
 Learn to count – up to 10
 Lesson 1.20: Count objects – up to 10: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the ability to count objects accurately, focusing on quantities up to the number 10, thereby strengthening their counting skills and number sense in the context of larger quantities.
 Count objects – up to 10
 Lesson 1.21: Count dots – up to 10: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to practice counting dots and develop the ability to accurately count up to 10 dots, strengthening their understanding of numerical quantities and enhancing their counting skills with larger sets of objects.
 Count dots – up to 10
 Lesson 1.22: Count shapes – up to 10: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn to count shapes and develop the ability to accurately count up to 10 shapes, reinforcing their counting skills and enhancing their understanding of numerical quantities within the context of various shapes.
 Count shapes – up to 10
 Lesson 1.23: Count on ten frames – up to 10: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn to count on ten frames and develop the ability to accurately count up to 10 dots on a ten frame, strengthening their number sense and building confidence in counting larger quantities.
 Count on ten frames – up to 10
 Lesson 1.24: Represent numbers – up to 10: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn to represent numbers up to 10 using various visual and symbolic representations, such as tally marks, dots, fingers, ten frames, or written numerals, enhancing their ability to associate quantities with numerical symbols and reinforcing their number representation skills.
 Represent numbers – up to 10

Module 5: Comparing
Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the ability to compare objects and numbers, using comparative language (e.g., greater than, less than, equal to) to determine relationships between quantities and reinforce their understanding of relative sizes and values.
 Lesson 1.25: Are there enough?: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the ability to determine if there are enough objects to meet a given requirement, practicing concepts of adequacy and quantity by assessing whether a given set of objects is sufficient or insufficient to fulfill a specific task or condition.
 Are there enough?
 Lesson 1.26: More: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the concept of “more” by identifying and comparing quantities, learning to recognize when one group has a greater number of objects than another, and practicing using comparative language to describe differences in quantity.
 More
 Lesson 1.27: Fewer: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the concept of “fewer” by identifying and comparing quantities, learning to recognize when one group has a smaller number of objects than another, and practicing using comparative language to describe differences in quantity.
 Fewer
 Lesson 1.28: Fewer and MoreCompare by Counting: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to compare quantities using the concepts of “fewer” and “more” by counting objects in two sets, determining which set has a smaller or larger quantity, and reinforcing their understanding of comparative language and number sense.
 Fewer and more – compare by counting
 Lesson 1.29: Compare in a mixed group: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the ability to compare objects in a mixed group, identifying and categorizing objects based on their attributes (e.g., size, color, shape) and practicing comparative language to describe differences and similarities within a diverse set of objects.
 Compare in a mixed group

Module 6: Positions
Objective: The objective of this module is for kindergartners to develop an understanding of positional concepts, including terms such as "above," "below," "beside," "in front of," and "behind." Students will learn to describe and identify the positions of objects and themselves in relation to other objects, reinforcing their spatial awareness and communication skills.
 Lesson 1.30: Inside and outside: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and understand the concepts of “inside” and “outside,” identifying and describing the position of objects in relation to a container or boundary, and developing spatial perception and vocabulary skills.
 Inside and outside
 Lesson 1.31: Above and below: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and comprehend the concepts of “above” and “below,” identifying and describing the position of objects in relation to a reference point, such as the ground or another object, thereby enhancing their spatial awareness and ability to use positional language accurately.
 Above and below
 Lesson 1.32: Beside and next to: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and apply the concepts of “beside” and “next to,” identifying and describing the position of objects in relation to each other, developing their spatial perception and ability to use positional language effectively to describe the relative locations of objects.
 Beside and next to
 Lesson 1.33: Left and right: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and distinguish between the concepts of “left” and “right,” understanding and applying these directional terms to describe the position and movement of objects and themselves, enhancing their spatial orientation and directional awareness skills.
 Left and right:
 Lesson 1.34: Left, middle and right: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and differentiate between the concepts of “left,” “middle,” and “right,” understanding and applying these positional terms to describe the relative positions of objects and locations, fostering their spatial awareness and ability to navigate and communicate using directional language.
 Left, middle and right
 Lesson 1.35: Top and bottom: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and grasp the concepts of “top” and “bottom,” identifying and describing the relative positions of objects in relation to each other, developing their understanding of spatial relationships and enhancing their ability to use positional language accurately.
 Top and bottom
 Lesson 1.36: Top, middle and bottom: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and differentiate between the concepts of “top,” “middle,” and “bottom,” understanding and applying these positional terms to describe the relative positions of objects or elements within a given context, fostering their spatial perception and ability to communicate using descriptive language.
 Top, middle and bottom

Module 7: Classify
Objective: The objective of this module is for kindergartners to develop the ability to classify objects based on their attributes and characteristics. Students will learn to identify similarities and differences among objects, group them into categories, and articulate the rationale for their classifications. This objective promotes critical thinking, observational skills, and organizational abilities.
 Lesson 1.37: Same: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and recognize the concept of “same,” identifying and categorizing objects that share common attributes or characteristics, fostering their ability to compare and group objects based on similarities, and strengthening their cognitive skills in pattern recognition and logical thinking.
 Same
 Lesson 1.38: Different: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to understand and identify the concept of “different,” distinguishing and categorizing objects based on their unique attributes or characteristics, fostering their ability to compare and contrast objects, and enhancing their cognitive skills in pattern recognition and critical thinking.
 Different
 Lesson 1.39: Same and different: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the ability to identify and differentiate between objects that are the same and objects that are different. Through various activities and comparisons, students will strengthen their understanding of similarities and differences, enhancing their cognitive skills in categorization, critical thinking, and visual discrimination.
 Same and different
 Lesson 1.40: Classify shapes by color: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn to classify shapes based on their colors, developing their ability to recognize and categorize shapes according to their visual attributes. Through handson activities and visual demonstrations, students will strengthen their skills in shape recognition, color identification, and basic classification.
 Classify shapes by color
 Lesson 1.41: Classify and sort by color: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the ability to classify and sort objects based on their colors. Through engaging activities and discussions, students will practice sorting objects into groups based on their colors, enhancing their skills in classification, visual discrimination, and color recognition.
 Classify and sort by color

Module 8: Patterns
Objective: The objective of this module is for kindergartners to develop an understanding of patterns and their properties. Students will learn to identify, create, and extend patterns using various attributes such as shape, color, size, and number. This objective promotes critical thinking, problemsolving skills, and the ability to recognize and analyze patterns in the world around them.
 Lesson 1.42: Color patterns: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to recognize and create color patterns. Through handson activities and visual examples, students will develop the ability to identify and extend color patterns, enhancing their skills in pattern recognition, color identification, and critical thinking.
 Color patterns
 Lesson 1.43: Size patterns: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to recognize and create size patterns. Through interactive activities and visual aids, students will develop the ability to identify and extend patterns based on size, enhancing their skills in pattern recognition, size comparison, and critical thinking.
 Size patterns
 Lesson 1.44: Shape patterns: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to recognize and create shape patterns. Through handson activities and visual examples, students will develop the ability to identify and extend patterns based on shapes, enhancing their skills in pattern recognition, shape identification, and critical thinking.
 Shape patterns
 Lesson 1.45: What comes next?: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the ability to predict and identify the next item in a given sequence. Through engaging activities and visual patterns, students will practice recognizing patterns and making logical connections to determine what comes next, enhancing their critical thinking skills, pattern recognition abilities, and logical reasoning.
 What comes next?

Module 9: Size
Objective: The objective of this module is for kindergartners to develop an understanding of size and its relative comparisons. Students will learn to identify and compare objects based on their sizes, including concepts such as big, small, tall, short, long, and short. This objective promotes spatial awareness, size discrimination, and vocabulary development related to size attributes.
 Lesson 1.46: Long and short: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and differentiate between the concepts of “long” and “short,” understanding and applying these terms to describe the length of objects, fostering their spatial perception and ability to compare and categorize objects based on their size attributes.
 Long and short
 Lesson 1.47: Tall and short: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and distinguish between the concepts of “tall” and “short,” understanding and applying these terms to describe the height of objects and people, fostering their spatial perception and ability to compare and categorize objects based on their height attributes.
 Tall and short
 Lesson 1.48: Wide and narrow: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and differentiate between the concepts of “wide” and “narrow,” understanding and applying these terms to describe the width or breadth of objects, fostering their spatial perception and ability to compare and categorize objects based on their width attributes.
 Wide and narrow
 Lesson 1.49: Light and heavy: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to learn and differentiate between the concepts of “light” and “heavy,” understanding and applying these terms to describe the weight or mass of objects, fostering their sensory perception and ability to compare and categorize objects based on their weight attributes.
 Light and heavy
 Lesson 1.50: Holds more or less: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the ability to compare and determine whether one container holds more or less than another. Through handson activities and visual demonstrations, students will practice assessing and comparing quantities, enhancing their skills in measurement, comparison, and critical thinking.
 Holds more or less
 Lesson 1.51: Compare size, weight and capacity: Objective: The objective of this lesson is for kindergartners to develop the ability to compare objects based on their size, weight, and capacity. Through handson activities and discussions, students will practice comparing and contrasting objects using various attributes, enhancing their skills in measurement, comparison, and critical thinking.
 Compare size, weight and capacity

Module 10: Number Bonds
Objective: The objective of this module is to introduce and explore the concept of number bonds, focusing on decomposing numbers into their parts and understanding the relationship between addition and subtraction.
 Lesson 10.1: Introduction to Number Bonds: Introduce the concept of number bonds to kindergartners, explaining that numbers can be broken down into smaller parts. Demonstrate number bonds using concrete objects and visual representations.
 Lesson 10.2: Number Bonds with 5: Focus on number bonds that add up to 5. Help students identify all the ways to make 5 using two numbers, such as 2 + 3, 4 + 1, and so on.
 Lesson 10.3: Number Bonds with 10: Explore number bonds that add up to 10. Guide students to discover different combinations that make 10, such as 6 + 4, 7 + 3, and 8 + 2.
 Lesson 10.4: Number Bonds within 10: Practice number bonds within 10, encouraging students to identify and complete missing parts of number bonds. Use manipulatives and visual aids to support their understanding.
 Lesson 10.5: Number Bonds Subtraction: Introduce number bonds in subtraction. Teach students how to break down a number into its parts to solve subtraction problems, such as finding the missing number in 8 – __ = 3.
 Lesson 10.6: Number Bonds Review: Review and reinforce number bonds learned so far. Provide various practice activities and games to solidify students’ understanding of number bonds within 5 and 10.
 Lesson 10.7: Number Bonds Word Problems: Present word problems that require the application of number bonds. Help students identify the problemsolving steps and apply number bond strategies to solve the problems.
 Lesson 10.8: Number Bonds Puzzle: Engage students in a number bonds puzzle activity. Provide them with a set of number bond equations and challenge them to match the equations with their missing parts.
 Let’s Review Module 10 IMK1: Number Bonds Assessment: Students’ understanding of number bonds will be evaluated through a formal or informal assessment. Use a mix of problemsolving tasks, multiplechoice questions, and handson activities to assess their proficiency in using number bonds to solve problems.

Module 11: Measurement
Objective: The objective of this module is to each kindergartners basic measurement concepts such as length, height, weight, and capacity, through handson activities and exploration of objects in their environment.
 Lesson 11.1: Length: Introduce the concept of length and teach kindergartners how to compare and measure the length of objects using nonstandard units, such as paper clips or popsicle sticks.
 Lesson 11.2: Height: Explore the concept of height and guide students in comparing and measuring the height of objects using nonstandard units. Encourage them to order objects based on height.
 Lesson 11.3: Weight: Introduce the concept of weight and teach kindergartners how to compare and measure the weight of objects using balance scales or other handson materials. Help them understand the concepts of heavier and lighter.
 Lesson 11.4: Capacity: Focus on the concept of capacity and help kindergartners understand how to compare and measure the capacity of containers using nonstandard units, such as cups or spoons. Provide opportunities for them to pour and transfer liquids.
 Lesson 11.5: NonStandard Measurement: Reinforce the concept of nonstandard measurement by providing various handson activities where students measure objects using different nonstandard units, fostering their understanding of the concept and developing their measurement skills.
 Lesson 11.6: Standard Units: Introduce the concept of standard units of measurement, such as inches or centimeters. Teach kindergartners how to use rulers or measuring tapes to measure the length of objects accurately.
 Lesson 11.7: Comparing Lengths: Guide students in comparing the lengths of different objects using both nonstandard and standard units of measurement. Help them develop the ability to order objects based on their length.
 Lesson 11.8: Measuring Time: Introduce the concept of time and teach kindergartners how to read and interpret simple clocks, understand basic timerelated vocabulary (e.g., hour, minute), and sequence events in chronological order.
 Lesson 11.9: Review and Application: Provide a comprehensive review of the measurement concepts covered in previous lessons, and engage students in realworld measurement activities where they apply their measurement skills to solve practical problems, such as measuring ingredients for a recipe or comparing the size of objects in their environment.
 Let’s Review Module 11 IMK1

Module 12: Time
Objective: The objective of this module is to introduce the concept of time and teach kindergartners how to read and interpret simple clocks, understand basic timerelated vocabulary (e.g., morning, afternoon, night), and sequence events in chronological order.
 Lesson 12.1: Introduction to Time: Introduce the concept of time to kindergartners, teaching them basic vocabulary related to time (e.g., morning, afternoon, night) and helping them understand the sequential nature of events throughout the day.
 Lesson 12.2: Daily Routines: Explore the concept of time through daily routines, guiding students in sequencing and describing their activities throughout the day using timerelated vocabulary. This helps them understand the concept of time as a sequence of events.
 Lesson 12.3: Telling Time to the Hour: Introduce students to analog clocks and teach them how to tell time to the hour. Use interactive activities and visual aids to help students associate the positions of the clock hands with specific hours.
 Lesson 12.4: Telling Time to the Half Hour: Build on the previous lesson and teach students how to tell time to the half hour. Provide practice exercises and reallife examples to reinforce their understanding.
 Lesson 12.5: Sequencing Events: Engage students in activities where they have to sequence events in chronological order, such as ordering pictures of activities throughout the day or organizing a set of event cards based on the time they occur.
 Lesson 12.6: Introduction to Digital Clocks: Introduce digital clocks to kindergartners and help them understand the format and function of digital time. Teach them how to read and interpret digital time, focusing on the hour and halfhour.
 Lesson 12.7: Time Duration: Introduce the concept of time duration, teaching students to understand the difference between short and long periods of time. Engage them in activities where they estimate and measure the duration of simple tasks or events.
 Lesson 12.8: Timerelated Vocabulary: Expand students’ timerelated vocabulary by introducing terms like “minute” and “second.” Help them understand these units of time and use them in context.
 Lesson 12.9:Review and Application: Provide a comprehensive review of the time concepts and skills covered in previous lessons. Engage students in practical activities where they apply their understanding of time, such as creating daily schedules or solving timerelated word problems.
 Let’s Review Module 12 IMK1

Module 13: Money
Objective: The objective of this module is to introduce the concept of money and its value, teaching kindergartners to recognize and count coins, understand basic monetary transactions, and develop basic financial literacy skills.
 Lesson 13.1: Introduction to Money: Introduce the concept of money to kindergartners, teaching them about coins and their values. Help them understand the purpose and basic use of money.
 Lesson 13.2: Coin Identification: Focus on teaching students to identify and differentiate between different coins, such as penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. Help them recognize the images and values associated with each coin.
 Lesson 13.3: Coin Value: Teach kindergartners the value of each coin, emphasizing that different coins have different worth. Engage them in activities where they match coins to their corresponding values.
 Lesson 13.4: Coin Counting: Guide students in counting and adding coins of the same value. Provide practice exercises and handson activities where they count and combine coins to find the total value.
 Lesson 13.5: Making Change: Introduce the concept of making change, teaching students how to exchange coins for items of lesser value. Help them understand how to determine the amount of change needed and count out the correct coins.
 Lesson 13.6: Counting Mixed Coins: Teach kindergartners how to count a collection of mixed coins, where different coins of various values are present. Provide opportunities for them to practice counting and adding different coin combinations.
 Lesson 13.7: Coin Exchange: Engage students in activities where they practice exchanging coins of higher value for an equivalent amount of lowervalue coins. This helps reinforce their understanding of coin values and counting.
 Lesson 13.8: Coin Recognition in RealLife Contexts: Help kindergartners recognize and identify coins in reallife situations, such as in a store or during a pretend play activity. Guide them in understanding the value of coins in these contexts.
 Lesson 13.9: Coin Sorting and Grouping: Provide activities where students sort and group coins based on their value or other characteristics, such as size or color. This promotes their ability to categorize and organize coins.
 Lesson 13.10: Review and Application: Conduct a comprehensive review of the money concepts and skills covered in previous lessons. Engage students in practical activities where they apply their understanding of money, such as roleplaying a store or solving moneyrelated word problems.
 Let’s Review Module 13 IMK1

Module 14: Graphs and Data
Objective: The objective of this module is to introduce the concept of graphs and data representation, teaching kindergartners how to interpret and create simple graphs (e.g., bar graphs, pictographs) to represent and analyze data.
 Lesson 14.1: Introduction to Graphs: Introduce kindergartners to the concept of graphs and data representation. Teach them about the different types of graphs, such as bar graphs and pictographs, and their purpose in organizing and displaying data.
 Lesson 14.2: Sorting and Classifying: Engage students in activities where they sort and classify objects based on different attributes, such as color, shape, or size. This lays the foundation for understanding how data can be grouped and organized.
 Lesson 14.3: Collecting Data: Guide students in collecting data by conducting surveys or interviews within the classroom. Help them develop questions and record responses to gather information from their peers.
 Lesson 14.4: Pictographs: Introduce pictographs as a visual representation of data. Teach kindergartners how to create simple pictographs using pictures or symbols to represent information. Guide them in interpreting and analyzing the data displayed in pictographs.
 Lesson 14.5: Bar Graphs: Teach students about bar graphs and how they represent data using bars of different lengths. Provide opportunities for them to create and interpret bar graphs, emphasizing the connection between the length of the bars and the quantity being represented.
 Lesson 15.6: Analyzing Graphs: Help kindergartners develop the skills to analyze and draw conclusions from graphs. Engage them in discussions about the data displayed in graphs, asking questions about trends, comparisons, and patterns.
 Lesson 14.7: Making a Favorite Graph: Guide students in creating a graph that represents their favorite items or activities. This allows them to practice organizing data and interpreting their own preferences through the graph.
 Lesson 14.8: Comparing Data: Provide activities where students compare and contrast data sets displayed in different graphs. Help them identify similarities and differences, make observations, and draw conclusions based on the information presented.
 Lesson 14.10: Review and Application: Conduct a comprehensive review of the graphing concepts and skills covered in previous lessons. Engage students in practical activities where they collect, organize, and represent data in graphs, reinforcing their understanding of the topic.
 Let’s Review Module 14 IMK1

Module 15: Patterns and Sequences
Objective: The objective of this module is to further explore patterns and sequences, teaching kindergartners to recognize and extend more complex patterns, including number patterns, shape patterns, and pattern rules.
 Lesson 15.1: Introduction to Patterns: Introduce kindergartners to the concept of patterns and sequences, emphasizing their presence in everyday life. Help them recognize and identify simple patterns in objects, shapes, and numbers.
 Lesson 15.2: AB Patterns: Teach students about AB patterns, where two different elements alternate in a sequence. Provide examples and encourage them to create their own AB patterns using objects or shapes.
 Lesson 15.3: AAB Patterns: Extend students’ understanding by introducing AAB patterns, where two identical elements are followed by a different element. Guide them in recognizing and creating AAB patterns using various materials.
 Lesson 15.4: ABC Patterns: Introduce ABC patterns, where three different elements repeat in a sequence. Help students identify and create ABC patterns, emphasizing the concept of a repeating cycle.
 Lesson 15.5: Growing Patterns: Introduce the concept of growing patterns, where the sequence increases or decreases according to a specific rule. Engage students in identifying and extending growing patterns using numbers, shapes, or objects.
 Lesson 15.6: Completing Patterns: Guide students in completing partially given patterns by identifying the missing elements. Provide opportunities for them to practice completing patterns using objects, shapes, or numbers.
 Lesson 15.7: Number Patterns: Extend students’ understanding to number patterns, where the sequence follows a specific numerical rule. Help them identify and create number patterns, such as counting by twos or fives.
 Lesson 15.8: Pattern Recognition: Engage students in activities where they observe and analyze patterns in the environment, such as patterns in nature, clothing, or everyday objects. Encourage them to explain and describe the patterns they find.
 Lesson 15.9: Review and Application: Conduct a comprehensive review of the pattern and sequence concepts covered in previous lessons. Engage students in practical activities where they identify, create, and extend patterns, reinforcing their understanding of the topic.
 Let’s Review Module 15IMK1

Module 16: Addition and Subtraction
Objective: The objective of this module is to introduce and reinforce basic addition and subtraction skills, focusing on simple calculations within 10, using manipulatives and visual aids to help students understand the concept of combining and separating quantities.
 Lesson 16.1: Introduction to Addition: Introduce kindergartners to the concept of addition as combining two groups to find a total. Use manipulatives and visual aids to help them understand the concept of adding objects together.
 Lesson 16.2: Adding with Manipulatives: Engage students in handson activities where they use manipulatives, such as counters or cubes, to physically combine two groups and find the total. This helps them develop a concrete understanding of addition.
 Lesson 16.3: Addition Sentences: Teach students how to write addition sentences using the “+” symbol and numbers. Provide practice exercises where they write addition sentences to represent the combinations they create with manipulatives.
 Lesson 16.4: Addition Strategies: Introduce simple addition strategies, such as counting all, counting on, or using number bonds. Help students develop their own strategies for solving addition problems and encourage them to explain their thinking.
 Lesson 16.5: Introduction to Subtraction: Introduce the concept of subtraction as taking away or removing objects from a group. Use manipulatives and visual aids to help students understand the concept of taking away.
 Lesson 16.6: Subtracting with Manipulatives: Engage students in handson activities where they use manipulatives to physically remove objects from a group and find the difference. This helps them develop a concrete understanding of subtraction.
 Lesson 16.7: Subtraction Sentences: Teach students how to write subtraction sentences using the “” symbol and numbers. Provide practice exercises where they write subtraction sentences to represent the removal of objects from a group.
 Lesson 16.8: Subtraction Strategies: Introduce simple subtraction strategies, such as counting back, using number bonds, or using a number line. Help students develop their own strategies for solving subtraction problems and encourage them to explain their thinking.
 Lesson 16.9: Review and Application: Conduct a comprehensive review of addition and subtraction concepts and skills covered in previous lessons. Engage students in practical activities where they apply their understanding of addition and subtraction, such as solving word problems or creating their own addition and subtraction problems.
 Let’s Review Module 16 IMK1