Students must be able to count up to 30 with accuracy.
2. Number Recognition
Students need to recognize numbers 0-10 and identify them quickly on a number line or in other contexts.
They should be able to add and subtract single-digit numbers, as well as identify simple addition and subtraction equations.
Students must be able to measure items using standard units of measure (inches, feet, yards).
5. Shapes & Pattern Recognition
They need to recognize common two-dimensional shapes, such as circles, squares, triangles, and rectangles as well as basic patterns.
6. Money Recognition
They should be able to identify coins and understand their values.
7. Time & Temperature
Students must be able to tell time using a clock, as well as read thermometers.
The ability to solve basic math problems efficiently is essential for future success.