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Math (K/1)

Kindergarten, First Grade

Lower School



Course Description:

The Kindergarten and First Grade Math course is designed to introduce young learners to foundational mathematical concepts and develop their problem-solving skills. Through hands-on activities, games, and real-world applications, students will develop a strong number sense, critical thinking abilities, and a solid foundation for future mathematical learning.

Course Objectives:

1. Number Sense: Students will develop an understanding of numbers, counting, and number relationships. They will learn to recognize and write numbers, count objects, and understand basic operations such as addition and subtraction.

2. Measurement and Data: Students will explore measurement concepts such as length, weight, and capacity. They will also learn to collect and analyze data, and interpret simple graphs and charts.

3. Geometry: Students will identify and describe basic shapes, explore spatial relationships, and develop an understanding of symmetry and patterns.

4. Operations and Algebraic Thinking: Students will develop problem-solving skills and learn to solve simple addition and subtraction problems. They will also explore patterns, sorting, and basic algebraic concepts.

5. Mathematical Reasoning: Students will develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills through hands-on activities, puzzles, and logical reasoning tasks.

Teaching Methods:

The course will utilize a variety of teaching methods to engage students and cater to different learning styles. Teachers will incorporate hands-on manipulatives, visual aids, technology, and interactive games to make math concepts tangible and accessible. Group work, discussions, and individualized instruction will be used to support student learning and promote collaboration.


Assessment will be ongoing and varied, including observations, informal assessments, and formal assessments such as quizzes and performance tasks. These assessments will provide feedback to students and parents on progress and areas for growth. Teachers will use assessment data to inform instruction and differentiate learning experiences to meet the needs of all students.

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