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## Using the Daily Guide for Mathematics

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**Using the Daily Guide for Mathematics**• And • The Kindergarten Core Standards • Presented by • Kristen Poindexter**The Core Standards**• Developed to complement the Indiana Academic Standards • Outline of the most important concepts students must know by the end of the grade level • Integrate multiple standard indicators into a small number of targets**The Kindergarten CoreStandards**• #1 Counting to 20 • #2 Comparing and Classifying Objects • #3 Measurement • Did you notice what’s missing?**Daily Guide for Math**• Framework designed to help us get all important components of Math in everyday • Consists of Daily Spiral Review, Direct Instruction, Writing Activity, and Problem Solving/Reasoning**Comparing and Classifying Objects*** Identify and describe common geometric objects *Identify, describe, sort, compare, and classify objects by size, shape, roundness, number of vertices, and other attributes**Comparing/Classifying Objects**• Daily Spiral Review • people sorting • use attribute blocks • play “Sorting Rule” game • math pocket chart riddles**Comparing/Classifying Objects**• Direct Instruction/Standards Based • Circus Shapes by Stuart Murphy • 3 Little Firefighters by Stuart Murphy • Keynote presentation • Math Pocket Chart Riddles • Sorting Circles w/attribute blocks • Draw A..., It can be... pocket charts**Comparing/Classifying Objects**• Problem Solving/Reasoning • “Enchanted Forest” • “Stack, Tell, Spin, and Win” • Shape Chart • Shape Walk http://www.poindexterpress.blogspot.com • “Stacks” • 10 Red Apples**Comparing/Classifying Objects**• Writing Activity • Give an example (2 items), write about how they are alike and different • Write a new shape riddle -put it in a book for the classroom**Counting to 20* counting objects and using symbols* find one**more/one less than any number up to 20* recognize numbers from 10-20 and represent as groups of tens and ones* show equivalent forms of the same number using objects, diagrams, and numerals**Counting to 20**• Daily Spiral Review • Calendar • counting to 20+ by ones, fives, and tens • straws, how many days in school • base ten blocks • money count, exchanging coins each day for bigger coins**Counting to 20**• Direct Instruction/Standards Based • use math mats to show groups • Number Dice Toss • Rock It, Sock It, Number Line • Every Buddy Counts • Math Monsters (United Streaming)**Counting to 20**• Problem Solving/Reasoning • “Parking Lot” • Clown Balance • Fill in the Missing number • What’s the Missing Number Rhyme • Finger Counting (DNC pg. 34) • Plus 1 game • What’s Missing**Finger Counting**• Be sure to write down the math sentences as you work through the combinations with the children.**Counting to 20**• Writing Activity • Make a number book • Every Buddy Counts classbook • Make “Groups Of” posters • Writing more than/less than sentences**Any Questions?**• Try filling out the Daily Guide to Math using the Measurement Content Standard