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1 KINDERGARTEN MATHEMATICS Singapore Math TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Syllabus 2 II. Weekly Course Plans A. Quarter 1 6 B. Quarter 2 24 C. Quarter 3 42 D. Quarter 4 59 III. Kindergarten Skills Checklists A. Quarter 1 76 B. Quarter 2 78 C. Quarter 3 80 D. Quarter 4 82 Resale & Copying Policy: This course plan and all accompanying materials are not intended for resale or copying. Copying represents copyright infringement, which is illegal. Regarding reselling the materials, Kolbe Academy relies upon the continued purchase of our course plans for financial stability. As a Catholic Apostolate, we ask you to refrain from reselling Kolbe's course plans. While we cannot stop you from copying or reselling this course plan, we do strongly implore you not to do so. Singapore Math K Copyright 2014 All Rights Reserved

2 SYLLABUS COURSE TITLE: COURSE TEXTS: Early Bird Kindergarten (Standards Edition), Textbook A, 2008, Singapore Math (T4300) Early Bird Kindergarten (Standards Edition), Activity Book A, 2008, Singapore Math (T4300A) Early Bird Kindergarten (Standards Edition), Textbook B, 2008, Singapore Math (T4300B) Early Bird Kindergarten (Standards Edition), Activity Book B, 2008, Singapore Math (T4300C) SUGESTED SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS/TEXTS: At the beginning of each week is list of suggested materials for each lesson. These materials are not mandatory, but will help in the demonstration and hands on exploration of topics covered in this course. Many of these items can be found around your house. Keep your eyes open for objects that can be repurposed for these lessons. Here are some of the suggested materials that are frequently used. Connecting Cubes such as Unifix Cubes or Linking Cubes Storybooks such as: How Long is Your Foot?, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, or The Three Little Pigs Connecting Cubes such as Unifix Cubes or Linking Cubes Countable items such as counters, cubes, buttons, pencils, coins, etc. Solid Blocks (Cube, Rectangular Box Shape, Cone, Sphere, Cylinder, and Prism) Bendable Drinking Straws Craft Sticks Pipe cleaners or Wikki Stix (these can be found online or at local school supply store) Play dough Play money Play food Weighing balance (store bought or handmade) INTERNET: The internet can be easily used as a source for supplemental material. Lyrics to various math songs or math poems/stories can be found online using a basic search for kindergarten math. At the time of publication, the following web sites were found to be useful. catholicblogger1.blogspot.com/2011/08/free-kindergarten-worksheets.html (Catholic source) COURSE DESCRIPTION: Early Bird Kindergarten (Standards Edition) is an activity based curriculum that is aimed at building a strong foundation in mathematics for students using hands on explorations and fun-filled lessons. Early Bird Kindergarten (Standards Edition) is aligned with both the standards of the California Board of Education and the nations newly adopted Common Core Standards for mathematics. The curriculum covers and exceeds all of the kindergarten concepts in these two standards. Your child will be fully prepared for first grade math upon the completion of this program. Singapore Math K 2

3 SYLLABUS The text that correlates with this course plan, Early Bird Kindergarten, introduces the material in a manner that is consistent with the development of children at this age. All concepts are first introduced using concrete examples and hands on explorations. Then, pictorial representations of these same concepts are presented. Lastly the children are able to progress to a more advanced abstract stage, in which only numbers and symbols are used. This Concrete -> Pictorial -> Abstract model allows the child to interact with the concepts in a more meaningful way. In addition, Singapore Math is presented in such a way that concepts build on one another. Students will need to master each skill before progressing into the more difficult topics. This approach allows students the chance to revisit topics previously discussed while expanding on the foundation that had been laid in earlier units. It is our hope that you will keep these pedagogical approaches in mind as you choose which activities you will use to teach various lessons. SCOPE AND SEQUENCE Quarter 1 Textbook A Unit 1: Match and Sort Unit 2: Numbers to 5 Unit 3: Numbers to 10 Unit 4: Order Quarter 2 Textbook A Unit 5: Shapes Unit 6: Patterns Unit 7: Length and Size Unit 8: Weight Unit 9: Capacity Unit 10: Compare Sets Quarter 3 Textbook B Unit 11: Compare Numbers Unit 12: Numbers to 20 Unit 13: Number Bonds Unit 14: Addition Unit 15: Subtraction Quarter 4 Textbook B Unit 16: Addition and Subtraction Unit 17: Numbers to 30 Unit 18: Time Unit 19: Numbers to 100 Unit 20: Money SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED: Readiness for first grade Write numbers from 0 to 100 Count to 100 by ones, twos, fives, and tens Compare numbers 1 to 10 as greater than, less than, or equal to Order and place value Addition Subtraction Sort, compare, and find patterns with objects and shapes Identify and describe shapes (two-dimensional and three-dimensional) Measurement Time and Money COURSE PLAN METHODOLOGY: has worked diligently to create the best possible course plans with the home schooling family in mind. Remember, however, that our program is intended to be flexible. Per the principle of subsidiarity, these Singapore Math K 3

4 SYLLABUS course plans are a suggested course of study. As the teacher, you should adapt and modify these course plans to meet the individual learning needs of your child. Do not feel obligated to follow these course plans exactly. In the course plan that follows, Early Bird Kindergarten is represented by the abbreviation for textbook A and KMB for textbook B. The Activity Guide that goes with this course will be represented by the abbreviation AGA for Activity Guide A, and AGB for Activity Guide B. These textbooks are meant to be consumable and thus written in by the student. Several Black Line Masters have been developed for this course, which are referred to as BLMs throughout the course plan. They are numbered the same as the lesson that they correspond with. For example BLM 1.4 is used in conjunction with lesson 1.4. The BLMs are provided to insure that you have the tools necessary to effectively teach each of the lessons contained within this course. You can find all the BLMs at the following link: At the beginning of each week is a list of the goals and objectives that are going to be covered, as well as any notes needed for that week. This section will also contain a list of all of the suggested materials needed to complete the activities included within that week s lessons. The specific daily assignments for the student are outlined in the following lines indicated by the 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 abbreviations. Parent daily guidelines are given to the right of the student assignments. These guidelines are meant to be flexible. Feel free to combine lessons when able, or slow down where desired. A family s schedule can and should vary as needed. The assignments included as a recommended part of this course are indicated by the symbol, and the assignments/activities that are included for reinforcement or enrichment are indicated with the symbol. Use the supplemental assignments as needed to insure your child fully grasps the concepts covered. It is important to establish a strong foundation of number sense in these early years. This foundation will lead to a better understanding of concepts in years to come. This mathematics course contains 36 weeks broken into four 9-week quarters. Week 9 is considered a review week. Your student may not need all of Week 9 for review. You can use this time to catch up if necessary and then go over the subject matter. Instead of exams there is a skills checklist included at the end of this course plan that is broken down by quarter and units. This can be used to keep track of skills mastered as the year unfolds. Begin every class with a prayer. This is a good way to help the child memorize new prayers. Repeat the same ones every day until they are known. Be sure to explain the meanings of each prayer. Repetition in all areas of study is most important, including prayer. On the first day of each month (or the closest school day to the first) have the student create a calendar using the template located in the BLMs. Have the student fill in the numbers in the proper places. You can use this calendar each morning that you do school to review with your child what day/month/season/and year it is. The repetition of daily calendar time is an excellent way to provide structure and reinforcement for your child. On the first day of school introduce a container (jar, can, etc.) that will be used to keep track of how many days of school the student has attended. Each day that you do school have the student put one marble or penny in the container. At the end of each week have the student count how many marbles/pennies he has in the Singapore Math K 4

5 SYLLABUS container. On the 100 th day of school have a little celebration. Before you get to the 100 th day of school you can go to the library and find books about the 100 th day of school. Literature and music can be worked into daily work easily to enhance the lessons. Some songs or books will be suggested throughout the course plan, but the list is endless. Keep an eye out for books at the library that could be helpful in presenting various topics covered in this course. Singapore Math K 5

9 COURSE PLAN Notes WEEK 2 Book Lessons Covered Weekly Breakdown Lessons 1.6 Unit 1 Review Pages Goals: Child will be able to continue to identify objects by attribute, color, pattern, and function, as well as be able to determine objects that do not belong in a set. Lastly, child will be able to sort and classify objects by attributes. Notes: As weeks progress the parent guidelines will become more streamlined. It is important, however, to continue to introduce each lesson with a concrete example and tie up lessons with some level of review of concepts covered to check for mastery. The activities mentioned in this course plan are meant to be in addition to the ones presented in the textbook. The KM textbook provides ample ways to incorporate this flow from the concrete to pictorial or abstract concepts. Suggested Materials for the week 1) Textbook A and Activity Guide A 2) BLM 1.7 and BLM 1.R 3) Scissors and Glue 4) Crayons and Drawing paper 5) Old magazines 6) Objects normally found around the house to be sorted into various categories Student Daily Assignments Parent Daily Guidelines 1 2 Lesson 1.6 Do pages Lesson 1.6 Lesson 1.7 Do pages Lesson 1.7 Extension Game Brainstorm with the child objects that go together as an introduction. (i.e. shoes and socks.) As an extension you can have your child make a collage with pictures of items cut out of magazines or newspapers to show objects that are used together. For each object that is crossed out have your child suggest a group that the object could belong to, for example the sausage could belong to a group of foods. Using BLM 1.7, select a letter at random and give your child 30 seconds to find a name, a fruit, an animal, and an American state that starts with that letter. Repeat with other letters. This could easily be played with the Singapore Math K 9

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