### Kindergarten Powerpoint

```Every person
should teach
kindergarten for a
year before being
permitted to have
children.
A SIMPLE
IDEA
HOW TO
DO IT
I wish our school had their
playground. I am sure that their
playground makes kids want to be
there and learn stuff.
Assessment
is on-going.
A continuum
of learning
exists.
Other
tools
may be
used.
Midway ISD Kindergarten
Assessment Guide
For CAMT, these
assessment tools were reordered by the student
expectation coding…
K.2 NUMBER AND OPERATIONS. The
student applies mathematical process
standards to understand how to represent
and compare whole numbers, the relative
TEKS
position and magnitude of whole numbers,
Statement
and relationships within the numeration
system. The student is expected to:
K.2(G) Compare sets of objects up to at
least 20 in each set using comparative
Student
language.
Expectation
K.2G Compare Sets (0-5) Use set
cards.
Provide student with set
Teacher’s
comparison card. Point to
a pair
Guide
of sets. “Tell me about the
(in blue ink)
number of (apples, butterflies,
bees, birds) in these sets.” (You
may need to prompt student to
use comparative language for the
first set.)
K.2G Compare Sets (0-10) Use set
cards.
Provide student with set
comparison card. Point to a pair
Repeats
of sets.with
“Tell me about the
number
greaterof (apples, butterflies,
bees, birds) in these sets.” (You
magnitude
may need to prompt student to
use comparative language for the
first set.)
A new tool
for each
level
Cards follow
TEKS, SE, &
instructions.
Cover sheet
for binder
A SPECIAL RECTANGLE
Special
Rectangle
Cartoons
Number strips for
counting forward
and backward
Midway ISD Kindergarten
Assessment Guide
For CAMT, these
assessment tools were reordered by the student
expectation coding…
K.2 NUMBER AND OPERATIONS. The
student applies mathematical process
standards to understand how to represent
and compare whole numbers, the relative
TEKS
position and magnitude of whole numbers,
Statement
and relationships within the numeration
system. The student is expected to:
K.2(G) Compare sets of objects up to at
least 20 in each set using comparative
Student
language.
Expectation
K.2G Compare Sets (0-5) Use set
cards.
Provide student with set
Teacher’s
comparison card. Point to
a pair
Guide
of sets. “Tell me about the
(in blue ink)
number of (apples, butterflies,
bees, birds) in these sets.” (You
may need to prompt student to
use comparative language for the
first set.)
K.2G Compare Sets (0-10) Use set
cards.
Provide student with set
comparison card. Point to a pair
Repeats
of sets.with
“Tell me about the
number
greaterof (apples, butterflies,
bees, birds) in these sets.” (You
magnitude
may need to prompt student to
use comparative language for the
first set.)
A new tool
for each
level
Cards follow
TEKS, SE, &
instructions.
Cover sheet
for binder
A SPECIAL RECTANGLE
Special
Rectangle
Cartoons
Number strips for
counting forward
and backward
Number line
templates
Common Core
Correlation
K.2 NUMBER AND OPERATIONS. The student applies
mathematical process standards to understand how to represent
and compare whole numbers, the relative position and magnitude
of NUMBER
whole numbers,
and relationships
within
the numeration
K.2
AND OPERATIONS.
The student applies
mathematical
process standards to
understand
representis
and
compare whole
system. how
Thetostudent
expected
to: numbers, the relative position and
magnitude
whole write,
numbers,
andrepresent
relationshipswhole
within the
numeration
system.
K.2(B) of
Read,
and
numbers
from
0 toTheat
student is expected to:
leastRead,
20 with
without whole
objects
or pictures.
K.2(B)
write,and
and represent
numbers
from 0 to at least 20 with and without
K.2(C)
Count a set of objects up to at least 20 and demonstrate
objects
or pictures.
K.2(C)
Count
a setnumber
of objectssaid
up to tells
at least
20 number
and demonstrate
that theinlast
number
that the
last
the
of objects
the
set said
tells
the numberof
of their
objectsarrangement
in the set regardless
of their arrangement or order.
regardless
or order.
Read, write,
represent, count
K.2B, K.2C Read, Write, & Represent Numbers (Numbers 0-5) Use number cards, set
K.2B, K.2C
Read,
Write, & Represent Numbers (Numbers 0-5)
worksheet,
and bear
counters.
Use number
cards,
set(0-5).
worksheet,
and isbear
Point to
a number
“What number
this?”counters.
(Student says the number.)
Show
a set.
the number
turtles, oris
ducks)
in the set.”
Point
to “Write
a number
(0-5).of (ladybugs,
“What number
this?”
Provide
(Student
says bear
the counters.
number.)“Show me a set of (0 to 5) bears.”
Show a set. “Write the number of (ladybugs, turtles, or
ducks) in the set.”
Provide bear counters. “Show me a set of (0 to 5)
bears.”
Read, write,
represent, count
. The student applies mathematical process standards to understand how to represent and
compare whole numbers, the relative position and magnitude of whole numbers, and
relationships within the numeration system. The student is expected to:
K.2(B) Read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 20 with and without
objects or pictures.
K.2(C) Count a set of objects up to at least 20 and demonstrate that the last number said
tells the number of objects in the set regardless of their arrangement or order.
K.2B, K.2C Read, Write, & Represent Numbers (Numbers 0-5) Use number cards, set
worksheet, and bear counters.
Point to a number (0-5). “What number is this?” (Student says the number.)
Show a set. “Write the number of (ladybugs, turtles, or ducks) in the set.”
Provide bear counters. “Show me a set of (0 to 5) bears.”
Subitizing
Collect, sort, organize, create,
interpret…
Three Options
Two Options
Paper
version
Three
Levels
Two
Levels
Four Sets
Students point
to card.
Can be
done as
a class.
Share your email address with
me so that I can send you the
two documents:
• Kindergarten Assessment
Tools
• Kindergarten Extras
[email protected]
Do you have any
questions?
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