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3 TO THE TEACHER These worksheets are the same ones found in the Chapter Resource Masters for California Mathematics, Kindergarten. The answers to these worksheets are available at the end of each Chapter Resource Masters booklet. Copyright by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Except as permitted under the United States Copyright Act, no part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system, without prior written permission of the publisher. Send all inquiries to: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill 8787 Orion Place Columbus, OH ISBN: MHID: X Workbook, Kindergarten Printed in the United States of America MAL

4 CONTENTS Chapter 1 Sort and Classify 1-1 Same and Different Sort by One Attribute Problem-Solving Strategy: Use Logical Reasoning Sort by More than One Attribute Equal Groups More Less Chapter 2 Numbers 0 to Numbers 1, 2, and Read and Write 1, 2, and Numbers 4 and Read and Write 4 and Problem-Solving Strategy: Draw a Picture Read and Write Compare Numbers 0 to Order Numbers 0 to Chapter 3 Patterns 3-1 Color Patterns Size Patterns Shape Patterns Create Patterns Problem-Solving Strategy: Find a Pattern Compare Patterns Chapter 4 Numbers to Numbers 6 and Number Read and Write 6, 7, and Numbers 9 and Read and Write 9 and Problem-Solving Strategy: Act it Out Compare Numbers to Order Numbers to Chapter 5 Data and Graphs 5-1 Collecting and Recording Data Real Graph Problem-Solving Strategy: Find a Pattern Picture Graph Make a Graph Chapter 6 Numbers to Numbers 11 and Numbers 13, 14, and Numbers 16 and Problem-Solving Strategy: Make a Graph Numbers 18, 19, and Compare Numbers to Order Numbers to 20 (use a number line) iii

5 Chapter 7 Measurement 7-1 Explore Length Order Length Explore Height Problem-Solving Strategy: Guess and Check Explore Weight Explore Capacity Chapter 8 Numbers Beyond Numbers Numbers Problem-Solving Strategy: Make a Model Compare Numbers to Order Numbers to Estimate Chapter 9 Time 9-1 Morning, Afternoon, and Evening Days of the Week Calendar Today, Yesterday, and Tomorrow Using an Analog Clock Using a Digital Clock Problem-Solving Strategy: Make a Table Chapter 10 Geometry 10-1 Solid Shapes Compare Solid Shapes Plane and Solid Shapes Problem-Solving Strategy: Use Logical Reasoning Squares and Rectangles Circles and Triangles Plane Shapes In Position Shapes and Positions With Patterns Chapter 11 Addition Concepts 11-1 Addition Stories Use Objects to Add Ways to Make 4 and Ways to Make 6 and Ways to Make 8 and Problem-Solving Strategy: Act It Out Chapter 12 Subtraction Concepts 12-1 Subtraction Stories Use Objects to Subtract Subtract from 4 and Subtract from 6 and Subtract from 8 and Problem-Solving Strategy: Draw a Picture iv

6 1-1 Same and Different KAF1.0, KAF1.1 Circle the objects that are the same. Circle the shapes that are the same. Put an X on the object that is different. Grade K 1 Chapter 1

7 1-2 KAF1.0, KAF1.1 Sort by One Attribute Color the fish orange. Color the birds blue. Sort the animals by color. Draw a line from each animal to the place where it belongs. Grade K 2 Chapter 1

8 1-3 KAF1.1, KMR2.0 Problem-Solving Strategy: Use Logical Reasoning Look at the picture. Circle the objects that do not belong at a school. Grade K 3 Chapter 1

9 1-4 Sort by More Than One Attribute KAF1.0, KAF1.1 Color some balloons red. Color some balloons yellow. Sort by size and color. Circle the balloons to show how you sorted. Grade K 4 Chapter 1

10 1-5 Equal Groups KNS1.0, KNS1.1 Draw lines to match the objects in the two groups. Draw lines to match the objects in the two groups. Draw the missing objects. Grade K 5 Chapter 1

11 1-6 More KNS1.1 Draw lines to match the objects in the two groups. Circle the group that has more. There are 3 shoes. Draw shoes so that there are more shoes than shoelaces. Grade K 6 Chapter 1

12 1-7 Less KNS1.0, KNS1.1 Draw a line from an object in one group to match an object in the other group. Circle the group that has less. Look at the spools of thread. Draw less buttons than there are spools of thread. Grade K 7 Chapter 1

13 2-1 Numbers 1, 2, and 3 KNS1.0, KNS1.2 Use the picture to count how many. Color one square for each object counted. Grade K 8 Chapter 2

14 2-2 KNS1.0, KNS1.2 Read and Write 1, 2, and 3 Draw 1 tomato in the pot. Write the number 3 times. Draw 1 potato in the pot. Write the number 3 times. Draw 2 carrots in the pot. Write the number 3 times. Draw 3 onions in the pot. Write the number 3 times. Grade K 9 Chapter 2

15 2-3 Numbers 4 and 5 KNS1.0, KNS1.2 Put an X on each animal in a group of five. Circle each animal in a group of four. Grade K 10 Chapter 2

16 2-4 Read and Write 4 and 5 KNS1.0, KNS1.2 Count the flowers. Write the number. Color to show the number. Draw 5 flowers in the pot. Write the number. Draw 4 flowers in the pot. Write the number. Grade K 11 Chapter 2

17 2-5 Problem-Solving Strategy: Draw a Picture KMR2.2, KNS1.2 Each frog caught one dragonfly. Draw a line from each frog to a dragonfly. Draw 1 circle for each dragonfly that was not caught. Write how many dragonflies were not caught. Each bee sat on one flower. Draw a line from each flower to a bee. Draw 1 circle for each bee. Write how many bees. Grade K 12 Chapter 2

18 2-6 Read and Write 0 KNS1.0, KNS1.2 Count the bugs in each jar. Write the number that shows how many. Color the jars with 0 bugs. Grade K 13 Chapter 2

19 2-7 Compare Numbers 0 to 5 KNS1.3 Draw lines to match the blocks. Circle the group with more blocks. Write the number of jacks in each bag. Circle the bag with less. Write the number of marbles in each bag. Circle the bag with more. Grade K 14 Chapter 2

20 2-8 Order Numbers 0 to 5 KNS1.0, KNS Count the blocks. Write the numbers in order from 0 to 5. Identify the number. Draw that number of flowers in the vase. Grade K 15 Chapter 2

21 3-1 Color Patterns KSDAP1.2 red blue yellow Preparation: Scissors and glue are needed for this activity. Color the rows of boxes. Show a red, blue, red, blue, red, blue, pattern in the box above the dashed line. Show a yellow, red, yellow, red, yellow, red, pattern below the red, blue pattern. Grade K 16 Chapter 3

22 3-2 Size Patterns KSDAP1.2 Draw the object or fruit that could come next in the pattern. Circle the object or fruit that could come next in the pattern. Grade K 17 Chapter 3

23 3-3 Shape Patterns KSDAP1.2 Circle the shape that could come next in the pattern. Draw the shape that could come next in each pattern. Grade K 18 Chapter 3

24 3-4 Create Patterns KSDAP1.2 Choose 3 colors to color the objects on the shelf. Use the same colors for the objects below. Create a pattern. Grade K 19 Chapter 3

25 3-5 Problem-Solving Strategy: Act It Out KMR2.2, KSDAP1.2 Preparation: Crayons in three colors are needed for this activity. Look at the top row. the pattern. Use crayons to show the pattern. Then color the bottom row to show the pattern another way. Look at the objects. Find the pattern. Use crayons to show the pattern. Then color the objects to show the pattern another way. Grade K 20 Chapter 3

26 3-6 Compare Patterns KSDAP1.2 Compare the patterns. Circle the pattern that matches the pattern in the top row. Grade K 21 Chapter 3

27 4-1 Numbers 6 and 7 KNS1.2 Draw one circle for each carrot and one box for each pepper to make 7. Count and color one box for each object in that group. Grade K 22 Chapter 4

28 4-2 Number 8 KNS1.2 Draw more to make 8. Circle the group that shows 8. Grade K 23 Chapter 4

29 4-3 KNS1.2 Read and Write 6, 7, and 8 Draw 8 bones in the box. Write the number. Draw 6 carrots in the box. Write the number. Draw 7 balls in the box. Write the number. Draw 8 eggs in the box. Write the number. Grade K 24 Chapter 4

30 4-4 Numbers 9 and 10 KNS1.2 Count the objects. Color the group of 9 yellow. Color the group of 10 red. Count the objects. Color the group of 9 green. Color the group of 10 blue. Grade K 25 Chapter 4

31 4-5 Read and Write 9 and 10 KNS1.2 Count the objects. Write the number. Grade K 26 Chapter 4

32 4-6 Problem-Solving Strategy: Act it Out KNS1.2, KMR2.2 Preparation: Coins are needed for this activity. Look at the picture. Use coins to show how many. Draw coins to show how many. Write the number. Grade K 27 Chapter 4

33 4-7 Compare Numbers to 10 KNS1.2, KNS1.3 Draw lines to match objects in the two groups. Write the number. Put an X on the number and group that are less. Grade K 28 Chapter 4

34 4-8 Order Numbers to 10 KNS Count the popcorn. Write the missing number. Count the stripes. Write the number that comes before. Draw the missing stripes. Count the balloons. Write the missing number. Count the balls. Write the number that comes after. Draw the missing balls. Grade K 29 Chapter 4

35 5-1 Collecting and Recording Data KSDAP1.1 the number. Talk about the picture. Count the objects. Color boxes to show how many. Write Grade K 30 Chapter 5

36 5-2 Real Graph KSDAP1.1 Preparation: Scissors and glue are needed for this activity. Cut out the shapes. Move each shape to the picture. Glue it in the correct row to make a graph. Circle the group with the most shapes. Grade K 31 Chapter 5

37 5-3 Problem-Solving Strategy: Find a Pattern KSDAP1.1, KMR2.2 Preparation: Scissors and glue are needed for this activity. Jeff makes the perfect sandwich. First, he puts on a slice of tomato. Then, he puts on a piece of lettuce. Finally, he puts on a slice of cheese. Follow Jeff s pattern. Make 2 more sandwiches by cutting and pasting the pictures in order. The pet store sold 2 cats, then a dog, then two more cats, and then another dog. If this pattern continues, what will be the next 3 animals sold? Cut and glue the pictures in order. Grade K 32 Chapter 5

38 5-4 Picture Graph KSDAP1.1 Preparation: Scissors and glue are needed for this activity. Which place do you want to visit more the circus or the aquarium? Ask 5 family members. Cut and glue the picture of this place on the graph. Circle the group that shows more. Talk with your family about your graph. Grade K 33 Chapter 5

39 5-5 Make a Graph What is your favorite fruit? KSDAP1.1 Preparation: Scissors and glue are needed for this activity. What is your favorite fruit? Ask five people in your family. Draw and color the fruit in the empty squares. Cut and glue the pictures on the graph. Talk with your family about your graph. Grade K 34 Chapter 5

40 6-1 Numbers 11 and 12 KNS1.0, KNS1.2 Count the objects. Write the number three times. Grade K 35 Chapter 6

41 6-2 Numbers 13, 14, and 15 KNS1.0, KNS1.2 Count the objects. Write the number three times. Grade K 36 Chapter 6

42 6-3 Numbers 16 and 17 KNS1.0, KNS1.2 Count the objects. Write the number. Grade K 37 Chapter 6

43 6-4 Problem-Solving Strategy: Make a Graph KMR2.0, KNS1.0 Farmer s Market How many of each food? Color each row on the graph to show how many. Which foods have the same amount? Circle these pictures in the graph. Grade K 38 Chapter 6

44 6-5 Numbers 18, 19, and 20 KNS1.0, KNS1.2 Count the animals. Write the number. Grade K 39 Chapter 6

45 6-6 Compare Numbers to 20 KNS1.2, KNS1.3 Count the butterflies. Write the number. Count the birds. Write the number. Circle the number that is more. Grade K 40 Chapter 6

46 6-7 Order Numbers to 20 KNS1.2, KNS Some numbers are behind the leaves. Write the hidden numbers. Grade K 41 Chapter 6

47 7-1 Explore Length KMG1.1 Circle the longer animal. Put an X on the shorter animal. Draw a line that is longer. Draw a line that is shorter. Grade K 42 Chapter 7

48 7-2 Order Length KMG1.1 Draw a line 3 pennies long over the top needle. Draw a line 4 pennies long over the middle needle. Draw a line 5 pennies long over the bottom needle. Put an X on the group that shows shortest to longest. Circle the group that shows longest to shortest. Draw a ribbon that is longer. Grade K 43 Chapter 7

49 7-3 Explore Height KMG1.1 Look at the fish bowl. Draw a line shorter than the bowl. Then draw a line taller than the bowl. Put an X on the object that is shorter. Circle the object that is taller. Grade K 44 Chapter 7

50 7-4 Problem Solving Strategy: Guess and Check KMR2.2, KMG1.1 guess check guess check Circle the taller object. Guess how many pennies tall the object is. Use pennies to check. Circle the longer object. Guess how many pennies long the object is. Use pennies to check. Grade K 45 Chapter 7

51 7-5 Explore Weight KMG1.1 Circle the heavier object. Put an X on the lighter object. Draw a line from each object to its correct place on the scale. Grade K 46 Chapter 7

52 7-6 Explore Capacity KMG1.1 Circle the object that holds more. Put an X on the object that holds less. Grade K 47 Chapter 7

53 8-1 Numbers KNS1.2 Count the objects. Write the number three times. Grade K 48 Chapter 8

54 8-2 Numbers KNS1.2 Count the objects. Write the number three times. Grade K 49 Chapter 8

55 8-3 Problem-Solving Strategy: Use a Model KMR2.2, KNS Preparation: Coins or buttons are needed for this activity. Look at the number. Count the objects that you can see. Use coins or buttons to find out how many more objects are covered by the tape. Write the number. Grade K 50 Chapter 8

56 8-4 Compare Numbers to 30 KNS1.2, KNS1.3 Count the objects. Write the numbers. Circle the number that shows more. Put an X on the number that shows less. Grade K 51 Chapter 8

57 8-5 Order Numbers to 30 KNS Write the missing numbers. Grade K 52 Chapter 8

59 9-1 Morning, Afternoon, and Evening KMG1.2 morning afternoon evening morning afternoon evening Look at the picture. Circle the time of day it shows. Grade K 54 Chapter 9

60 9-2 Days of the Week KMG1.2, KMG1.3 Mr. Reed s Kindergarten Class Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Friday Monday Thursday Tuesday Preparation: Scissors and glue are needed for this activity. What is Mr. Reed s class doing on Friday? Cut and glue the picture from the bottom of the page. What is the class doing on Monday? Cut and glue the picture. What will the class do on Thursday? Cut and glue the picture. What will Mr. Reed s class do on Tuesday? Cut and glue the picture. Grade K 55 Chapter 9

61 9-3 Calendar KMG1.2 January Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Draw an X by the name of the month. Circle the first day of the month. Draw a triangle on the last day of the month. Color these boxes yellow: January 16, 19, and 30. Color the first Saturday purple. Grade K 56 Chapter 9

62 9-4 Today, Yesterday, and Tomorrow KMG1.2 Today is Tuesday. I wear a for those I meet. Yesterday was Monday. I put on my feet. Tomorrow will be Wednesday. I don t know what I ll wear. But if it gets too sunny, will stop the glare. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Preparation: Scissors and glue are needed for this activity. Listen to the poem. Put your finger on today and color the correct picture red. Put your finger on yesterday and color the correct picture yellow. Put your finger on tomorrow and color the correct picture blue. Cut and glue each picture on the correct day. Grade K 57 Chapter 9

63 9-5 Using an Analog Clock KMG1.2, KMG I eat at o clock I go to at o clock I listen to at o clock. 2 3 Write the number that tells the hour that each activity happens. Grade K 58 Chapter 9

64 9-6 Using a Digital Clock KMG1.2, KMG Look at the analog clock. Circle the digital clock that shows the same time. Grade K 59 Chapter 9

65 9-7 Problem-Solving Strategy: Make a Table KMR2.2, KMG morning afternoon evening morning afternoon evening morning afternoon evening Write a number on the digital clock to match the time on the analog clock. Explain your answer. Circle whether the picture shows something that happens in the morning, afternoon, or evening. Grade K 60 Chapter 9

66 10-1 Solid Shapes KMG2.0, KMG2.1 cube cylinder cone sphere Circle the object that does not match the solid shape. Grade K 61 Chapter 10

67 10-2 Compare Solid Shapes KMG2.0, KMG2.2 roll stack slide Draw lines from the objects that can roll, that can have a shape stacked on it, and that can slide to their matching shapes. Grade K 62 Chapter 10

68 10-3 Plane and Solid Shapes KMG2.0, KMG2.1 Draw a line from the solid shape to the plane shape that matches the shaded side. Grade K 63 Chapter 10

69 10-4 Problem-Solving Strategy: Logical Reasoning KMR2.2, KMG2.1 C03 500A G0K Preparation: Scissors and glue are needed for this activity. Complete the puzzle by cutting out each triangle and gluing it in the missing place above. Grade K 64 Chapter 10

70 10-5 Squares and Rectangles KMG2.0, KMG2.1 Draw two square-shaped and two rectangle-shaped boxes. Grade K 65 Chapter 10

71 10-6 Circles and Triangles Shape Hunt KMG2.0, KMG2.1 Preparation: Scissors and glue are needed for this activity. Look through magazines, books, or in rooms of your home. Cut and glue or draw magazine pictures, book pictures, or room items of those things shaped like a circle and triangle. Which shape did you find more of? Grade K 66 Chapter 10

72 10-7 Plane Shapes In Position KMG2.0, KMG2.2 Preparation: Scissors and glue are needed for this activity. Color the small shapes. Cut them out. Glue some or all of them to make a larger shape. Grade K 67 Chapter 10

73 10-8 Shapes and Positions with Patterns KMG2.2, KMG2.0 Look at the top row of shapes. Find the pattern. Color the shape that could come next in the pattern. Grade K 68 Chapter 10

74 11-1 Addition Stories KNS2.1 Preparation: Buttons or coins are needed for this activity. Listen to the story. Put a coin on the picture to count. Add the coins to find out how many there are in all. Jacob picks up 1 toy and puts it on a desk. Maggie picks up 2 toys and puts them on a different desk. Tell how many toys are there on the desks altogether. 2 students are standing by the board. 2 students are listening at their desks. Tell how many students are there in all. Jacob has 3 books. Maggie has 3 books. They put their books on the bookshelf. Tell how many books are on the bookshelf altogether. Grade K 69 Chapter 11

75 11-2 Use Objects to Add KNS Preparation: Coins or buttons are needed for this activity. Listen to the story. Use coins or buttons to add. Write the number that tells how many. Craig only has 1 clean shirt left hanging. Craig hangs up 5 more clean shirts. Count the coins or buttons to add. How many shirts does he have hanging in all? Write the number. Four ants are on a picnic table. 1 more ant joins them. Count the coins or buttons to add. How many ants are on the picnic table altogether? Write the number. Four buses park in a lot. 3 more buses park. Count the coins or buttons to add. How many total buses are in the parking lot? Write the number. Grade K 70 Chapter 11

76 11-3 Ways to Make 4 and 5 KNS2.1 and and and Preparation: Coins or buttons are needed for this activity. Use coins or buttons to make 4 and 5. Color the 2 groups using 2 different colors. Write the numbers. Draw circles to show a way to make 4. Write the numbers. Grade K 71 Chapter 11

77 11-4 Ways to Make 6 and 7 KNS2.1 and and and Use crayons to model ways to make 6 and 7. Put crayons on the objects. Color the groups using 2 different colors. Write the numbers. Draw squares to show a different way to make 6. Write the numbers. Grade K 72 Chapter 11

78 11-5 Ways to Make 8 and 9 KNS2.1 and and and Preparation: Crayons in two different colors are needed for this activity. Use crayons to make 8 and 9. Put crayons on the objects. Color the groups using 2 different colors. Write the numbers. Draw hats to show a different way to make 8. Write the numbers. Grade K 73 Chapter 11

79 11-6 Problem-Solving Strategy: Act It Out KMR2.2, KNS2.1 and is in all and is in all and is in all Preparation: Cereal pieces or dry macaroni are needed for this activity. Use dry macaroni to act out each addition story. Find how many in all. Write the numbers. Grade K 74 Chapter 11

80 12-1 Subtraction Stories KNS2.1 Preparation: Buttons or coins are needed for this activity. Listen to the stories. Place buttons in or below the fish tank to show how many turtles. Remove buttons to show turtles that climb out. Count the buttons to show how many are left. There are 4 turtles in the tank. 1 turtle climbs out. Tell how many turtles are left. There are 5 turtles in the tank. 4 turtles climb out. Tell how many are left. There are 3 turtles in the tank. 1 turtle climbs out. Tell how many turtles are left. Grade K 75 Chapter 12

81 12-2 Use Objects to Subtract KNS2.1 Preparation: Coins are needed for this activity. Use coins to model the story. Write the number that shows how many are left. There are 7 cars. 2 drive away. How many cars are there now? There are 5 bicycles. 3 ride away. How many bicycles are there now? There are 4 trucks. 3 drive away. How many trucks are left? Grade K 76 Chapter 12

82 12-3 Subtract from 4 and 5 KNS2.1 take away 3 is 2 take away is take away is Preparation: Pennies are needed for this activity. Use pennies to model the subtraction story. Write the numbers. Make your own subtraction story. Use pennies to model your story. Write the numbers. Grade K 77 Chapter 12

83 12-4 Subtract from 6 and 7 KNS2.1 take away 5 is 3 take away is take away is Preparation: Dry cereal or macaroni is needed for this activity. Use cereal to model the subtraction story. Write the numbers. Create your own subtraction story. Use cereal to model your story. Write the numbers. Grade K 78 Chapter 12

84 12-5 Subtract from 8 and 9 KNS2.1 take away 3 is 5 take away is take away is Preparation: Buttons are needed for this activity. Use buttons to model the subtraction story. Write the numbers. Create your own subtraction story. Use buttons to model your story. Write the numbers. Grade K 79 Chapter 12

85 12-6 Problem-Solving Strategy: Draw a Picture KMR2.2, KNS2.1 Draw a picture in the box to show how many. Draw an X on pictures to show subtraction. Count the pictures. Write the numbers. 7 birds are on a fence. 3 birds fly away. How many are left? 8 dogs are barking. 5 dogs stop. How many are left barking? 9 fish are swimming together. 2 fish swim away. How many are left? Grade K 80 Chapter 12

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