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Math, JK

In Junior Kindergarten, math skills include building on previous knowledge. By taking number recognition and counting to a new level, students apply their learning and explore deeper concepts such as operations, measurement, graphing, higher level patterning, and positions and spatial relationships. All of this is taught through both direct instruction small group lessons and incorporated organically in daily routines such as group time, work time, and free play with classroom manipulatives. Tieing these skills in our Units of Inquiry as well as daily classroom routines such as calendar further cements young students' mathematical foundation. Through topics covered in our Units of Inquiry, as well as daily procedures in classrooms, students are exposed to identifying and creating patterns. In similar ways, students are also exposed to the concept of sequencing to round out their mathematical skill set. By the end of the year, students are prepared to move into SK.
Posted by Steven Russell at 09:57