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Kindergarten Math Standards (Prior)

Kindergarten Mathematics Skills
Prior Standards Implementation

  • Number & Operations - Links to previous number and operations standards (e.g. identify and write numerals 1-20; count to 50 by 1s and 10s).
  • Algebra - Links to previous algebra standards (e.g. use mathematical terms appropriately; sort objects by color, size, shape and kind).
  • Geometry - Links to previous geometry standards (e.g. recognize shapes and the similarity or differences between geometric figures; combine 2 dimensional shapes to make pictures).
  • Measurement - Links to previous measurement standards (e.g. demonstrate concept of length; distinguish between light and heavy objects; use words to describe temperature).
  • Data Analysis & Probability - Links to previous data analysis and probability standards (e.g. using concrete objects, pictures and graphs to compare data; describing events as likely or unlikely).


  • The standards listed below have been replaced by a newer set of standards.

    To see the newer standards, please go to Current Kindergarten Math Standards for current resources.



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