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Kindergarten

Kindergarten
Chapter 1: Numbers to Ten
L1: Number One
L2: Number Two
L3: Number Three
L4: Number Four
L5: Number Five
L6: Working with Five
L7: Number Six
L8: Working with Six
L9: Number Seven
L10: Number Eight
L11: Number Nine
L12: Number Zero
L13: Number Ten
L14: Making a Real-Object Graph
Chapter 9: Large Numbers
L1: Money Amounts
L2: Numbers that End in Zero
L3: Comparing and Ordering Numbers
L4: A Quarter and a Dollar
L5: Introducing the Calculator
L6: Using a Calculator
L7: Exploring Rules
L8: Using Estimation
L9: Shopping
L10: Using Addition and Subtraction
L11: Large Numbers in Measurements
L12: Reasonable Estimates
L13:Using Comparison as an Estimation Strategy
L14: How Many Marbles?
Chapter 2: Two-Dimensional Figures and Quantities (K)
L1: Same and Different
L2: One More, One Less
L3: Number Before, Number After
L4: Triangles
L5: Rectangles
L6: Triangles and Rectangles
L7: Circles
L8: Triangles and Pattern Blocks
L9: Finding Missing Numbers
L10: More Than One Answer
L11: What goes next?
L13: The Yellow Pattern Block
L14: Graphing Using Pattern Blocks
Chapter 3: Patterns and Sorting
L1: What's the Same? Whats Different?
L2: Sorting in Different Ways
L3: Counting Differences
L4: Shape Dominoes and Riddles
L5: Sorting by Two Attributes
L6: Introducing Repeating Patterns
L7: More Repeating Patterns
L8: Patterns on the Number Line
L9: Growing Patterns on the Number Line
L10: Extending the Number Line
L11: More Patterns
L12: Patterns and the Number Path
L13: Sorting and Patterns
L14: Making a Picture Graph
Chapter 4: Moving on the Number Line
L1: Reviewing the Number Line
L2: Comparing Using >, <, and =
L3: Jumping on the Number Line
L4: Jumping Forward and Backward
L5: Recording Jumps on the Number Line
L6: Introducing Bigger Jumps
L7: Relating Plus and Minus Jumps
L8: Making and Combining Jumps
L9: More about the Number Line
L10: Jumping with Larger Numbers
L11: Time
L12: Using Clocks and Number Lines
L13: Counting with Coins
L14: Graphing Jumps in a Minute
Chapter 5: Making and Breaking Numbers
L1: Grouping and Counting
L2: Above, Below, In All
L3: Sorting by Two Attributes
L4: Using a Sorting Table
L5: Introducing Number Tables
L6: Same Table, Different Collections
L8: Sorting Tables and Number Tables
L7: Modeling Addition Problems
L9: Totals in Tables
L10: Missing Numbers
L11: Skip-Counting with Pictures and Objects
L12: Introducing Tally Marks
L13: Modeling SUbtraction Problems
L14: Using Tally Marks
Chapter 6: Stories in Numbers, Words, and Pictures
L1: Pairs that Make 10
L2: Taking away from 10
L3: Adding 10
L4: Subtracting 10
L5: Adding and Subtracting with 10 and Money
L6: Doubling
L7: Sharing Between Two People
L8: exploring Halves
L9: Sharing 12 or Fewer Items
L10: Sharing 20 Items
L11: Using Pictures to Tell Stories
L12: Writing Number Sentences
L13: Comparing Pictures
L14: Recording Number Cube Tosses
Chapter 7: Three-Dimensional Geometry
L1: Introducing Three-Dimensional Figures
L2: Identifying Attributes of Three-Dimensional Figures
L3: Comparing Three-Dimesional Figures
L4: More Comparing and Identifying Figures
L5: Cutting and Combining Three-Dimesional Figures
L6: Making Buildings
L7: Describing Buildings
L8: Building a Town
L9: Moving Through Town
L10: Sequences and Giving Directions
L11: Making and Using a Town Map
L12: Making and Using a New Town Map
L13: Treasure Hunts and Maps
L14: Making a Shape Graph
Chapter 8: Measurement
L1: Introducing Capacity
L2: Comparing the Capacities of Containers
L3: Measuring Using a Recipe
L4: Making Shapes and Beads
L5: Sorting Beads and making Patterns
L6: Comparing Weights
L7: More About Weight
L8: Measuring Weight
L9: Comparing Lengths
L10: Measuring Length with Nonstandard Units
L11: More about Length
L12: The Length of a Standard Foot
L13: Comparing Lengths and Measuring Our Shoes
L14: Graphing Our Shoe Lengths