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### M1 Numeracy

- M1.1 Demonstrate strong sense of counting
- M1.1.1 Count the number sequence 1-20.

- M1.1.2 Count backward from 10.
- M1.1.3 Recognize the last number name said tells the number of objects counted.
- M1.1.4 Draw pictures, symbols, or use manipulatives to represent spoken number 0-10.

- M1.1.5 Identify, without counting, small quantities of items (1-4) presented in an irregular or unfamiliar pattern (subitize).

- M1.2 Demonstrate understanding of written numerals
- M1.2.1 Match number symbols with amounts 1-10.

- M1.2.2 Name written numerals from 0-10.

- M1.2.3 Write numerals 1-10.

- M1.3 Recognition of number relations
- M1.3.1 Identify when two sets are equal using matching and counting strategies.

- M1.3.2 Correctly use the words of position.

- M1.3.3 Compare the values of two numbers from 1 to 10 presented as written numerals.

- M1.3.4 Demonstrate the understanding of the concept
*before*.

### M2 Computation and Algebraic Thinking

- M2.1 Exhibit understanding of mathematic structure
- M2.1.1 Use understanding that numbers can be composed and decomposed to create new numbers in solving problems with quantities under five.

- M2.2 Demonstrate awarenes of patterning
- M2.2.1 Begin to create and extend a new simple pattern.

- M2.2.2 Understand sequence of events when clearly explained.

### M3 Data Analysis

- M3.1 Demonstrate understanding of classifying
- M3.1.1 Explain simple sorting or classifying strategies.

- M3.1.2 Sort a group of objects in multiple ways.

- M3.1.3 Create and describe simple graphs.

### M4 Geometry

- M4.1 Understanding of spatial relationships
- M4.1.1 Complete lined tangram or pattern block puzzles using basic shapes.

- M4.1.2 Use position terms such as above, below, beside, and between.

- M4.2 Exhibit ability to identify, describe, analyze, compare, and create shapes
- M4.2.1 Use the attributes of shapes to distinguish between shapes.

- M4.2.2 Differentiate two- and three-dimensional shapes (e.g., squares from cubes).

### M5 Measurement

- M5.1 Understand concept of time
- M5.1.1 Know daily concepts of earlier and later, morning and afternoon.

- M5.2 Understand measurement through description and comparison
- M5.2.1 Directly compare and describe two or more objects with a measurable attribute.

- M5.2.2 Measure length and volume (capacity) using a standard measurement tool.