Math Worksheets and Study Guides Kindergarten. Whole Numbers

The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:

Nebraska Standards

NE.MA 0.1. Students will communicate number sense concepts using multiple representations to reason, solve problems, and make connections within mathematics and across disciplines.
MA 0.1.1. Number System: Students will demonstrate, represent, and show relationships among whole numbers within the base-ten number system.
MA 0.1.1.a. Count, read and write numbers 0 - 20
MA 0.1.1.b. Count objects using one-to-one correspondence 0 - 20
MA 0.1.1.c. Sequence objects using ordinal numbers (first through fifth)
MA 0.1.1.d. Match numerals to the quantities they represent 0 - 20, using a variety of models and representations
MA 0.1.1.e. Demonstrate and identify multiple equivalent representations for numbers 1 - 10 (e.g., 10 is 1 and 9; 10 is 6 and 4)
MA 0.1.1.f. Demonstrate relative position of whole numbers 0 - 10 (e.g., 5 is between 2 and 10; 7 is greater than 3)
MA 0.1.2. Operations: Students will demonstrate the meaning of addition and subtraction with whole numbers.
MA 0.1.2.a. Use objects and words to explain the meaning of addition as a joining action (e.g., Two girls are sitting at a table. Two more girls join them. How many girls are sitting at the table?)
MA 0.1.2.b. Use objects and words to explain the meaning of addition as parts of a whole (e.g., Three boys and two girls are going to the zoo. How many children are going to the zoo?)
MA 0.1.2.c. Use objects and words to explain the meaning of subtraction as a separation action (e.g., Five girls are sitting at a table. Two girls leave. How many girls are left sitting at the table?)
MA 0.1.2.d. Use objects and words to explain the meaning of subtraction as finding part of a whole (e.g., Jacob has 5 pencils. Three are blue and the rest are red. How many red pencils does Jacob have?)
NE.MA 0.2. Students will communicate geometric concepts and measurement concepts using multiple representations to reason, solve problems, and make connections within mathematics and across disciplines.
MA 0.2.1. Characteristics: Students will identify two-dimensional geometric shapes.
MA 0.2.1.a. Sort and name two-dimensional shapes (e.g., square, circle, rectangle, triangle)
MA 0.2.4. Spatial Modeling: Students will communicate relative positions in space.
MA 0.2.4.a. Demonstrate positional words (e.g., above/below, near/far, over/ under, in/out, down/up, around/through)
MA 0.2.5. Measurement: Students will measure using nonstandard units and time.
MA 0.2.5.a. Identify the name and amount of a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter
NE.MA 0.3. Students will communicate algebraic concepts using multiple representations to reason, solve problems, and make connections within mathematics and across disciplines.
MA 0.3.1. Relationships: Students will sort, classify, and order objects by relationships.
MA 0.3.1.a. Sort by color, shape, or size
MA 0.3.1.b. Create own rule for sorting other than color, shape, and size
MA 0.3.2. Modeling in Context: Students will use objects as models to represent mathematical situations.
MA 0.3.2.a. Model situations that involve the addition and subtraction of whole numbers 0 - 10 using objects
MA 0.3.3. Procedures: Students will use concrete and verbal representations to solve number stories.
MA 0.3.3.a. Use objects to solve addition and subtraction of whole numbers 0 - 10
NE.MA 0.4. Students will communicate data analysis/probability concepts using multiple representations to reason, solve problems, and make connections within mathematics and across disciplines.
MA 0.4.1. Display and Analysis: Students will sort, classify, represent, describe, and compare sets of objects.
MA 0.4.1.a. Sort and classify objects according to an attribute (e.g., size, color, shape)

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