Read Write Numbers - Read and write numerals up to 100.

Number Words - Write numbers up to 10 in words.

Count Up and Down - Count forward and backward by ones beginning with any number less than 100

Skip Count - Skip count by twos, fives, and tens.

Compare Numbers - Order and compare (less than, greater than, or equal to) whole numbers to 100.

Place Value - Recognize the place value of numbers (tens, ones).

Add Subtract - Develop fluency with addition and subtraction facts of sums through ten.

Counting Back - Relate counting on and counting back to addition and subtraction and understand them as inverse operations.

Add Three Numbers - Add three single-digit numbers.

Use Models - Use models (such as discrete objects, connecting cubes, and number lines) to represent part-whole, adding to, taking away from, and comparing to situations to develop understanding of the meaning of addition and subtraction.

Basic Fractions - Recognize the part-whole relationship in representations of basic fractions such as 1/2 and 1/4.

Models for Adding - Use various models to develop strategies for solving arithmetic problems.

Add Subtract 100 - Solve problems that require addition and subtraction of numbers through 100.

Compose Decompose - Use composition and decomposition of numbers to identify and discuss patterns.

Groups Tens Ones - Represent whole numbers between 10 and 100 in groups of tens and ones.

Number Line - Represent whole numbers up to 100 on a number line.

Use Number Line - Use the number line to create visual representations of sequences (such as even numbers, tens, multiples of five).

Repeating Patterns - Find repeating patterns on the number line, addition table, and hundreds chart.

Next Term - Determine a reasonable next term in a given sequence and describe the rule.

Commutative Property - Use objects to illustrate the commutative property with basic facts and show that subtraction is not commutative.

Basic Equation - Demonstrate understanding of the basic equation a + b = c by using objects to illustrate the number sentences (fact families) associated with any particular sum.

Find Unknowns - Use various strategies to find unknowns in problems involving addition and subtraction.

Addition Subtraction - Use objects to demonstrate the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction.

Inverse Relation - Use the inverse relation between addition and subtraction to check arithmetic problems.

Odd Even - Determine whether a number is odd or even by pairing objects.

Identity Element - Recognize that zero is the identity element for addition.

Alike or Different - Recognize and describe similarities and differences between 2-dimensional figures (geometric attributes and properties).

2D and 3D - Recognize 2- and 3-dimensional figures from different perspectives and orientations.

Combine Shapes - Model part-whole relationships and properties of plane and solid figures by combining two or more shapes to make a larger shape or by breaking apart an object into its smaller shapes.

Face of 3D Shape - Identify 2-dimensional shapes as faces of 3-dimensional figures.

Estimate Length - Estimate and measure length using non-standard units (counting by using groups of tens and ones) to represent addition.

Non Standard Units - Recognize the essential role of units in measurement, and understand the difference between standard and non-standard units.

Comparative Words - Understand and use comparative words such as long, longer, longest; short, shorter, shortest; tall, taller, tallest; high, higher, highest.

## Mathematical Processes

A Day at the Beach (Harcourt School)

Addition (AAA Math)

Basic Facts Sheets (Saxon)

Basic Word Problem (Math Score)

Bees and Honey

Calendar Activity

Calendar Math Activities (Scholastic)

Calendar Time and Morning Message

Cents of Color (US Mint)

Change It! (Mrs. Bogucki)

Children's Picture Book DataBook

Clock

Clock Wise (Interactivate)

Clock Wise

Clock Wise (BBC)

Clock Works (Mr. Nussbaum)

The Coin Memory Game (US Mint)

Coin Names (IXL)

Coins for Candy (Beacon Learning Center)

Coin Values (IXL)

Coin Values (Kinder Web Games)

Compare Two Groups of Coins (IXL)

Count Money (IXL)

Count Money (IXL)

Count Money (IXL)

Count the Dimes (Saxon Math)

Curious George: How Tall? (PBS Kids)

Currency (Free Math Test)

Daily Calendar Math (Mrs. Nelson's Class)

Data Gathering and Analyzing (Carol Hurst)

Date and Time Activity (Number Nut)

Digger and the Game (BBC)

Discovering Coin Value (Toon University)

Draw Hands (Math Slice)

Dupligon and Other Games (Crazy Monkey)

Equivalent Coins (IXL)

Equivalent Coins (IXL)

Equivalent Coins (IXL)

Estimate (Oswego)

Estimation of Length (Links Learning)

Fairy Fog (ICT Games)

Family Math Games (Mrs. Gold)

Fishing For Numbers

Flashcard Clock (Teaching Treasures)

Flashcards for Beginners (Paul's Playhouse)

Grandpa's Game (Beacon Learning Center)

Identifying Time: The Hour

It's A Date (Beacon Learning Center)

Juvenile Series and Sequels

Kid Klok

Learning the Days of the Week (A to Z Teacher Stuff)

Let's Count Money (Ms Ross)

Marble Math (ABCya)

Matching (Saxon Math)

Math Calendar Activity (A to Z Teacher Stuff)

Math Worksheet

Money Flashcards (A Plus Math)

Money Page (Super Kidz)

Money to Build a Robot (Harcourt School)

Money Worksheet and Lessons (Money Instructor)

The Mud Flat Olympics (Carol Hurst)

My Clock (Time for Time)

Olivia Octagon: Measurement (Harcourt School)

Printable Calendars (First School)

Printable Clock (Time for Time)

Read A Thermometer (IXL)

Reader Lists (Living Math)

Stop the Clock (Oswego)

Stop the Clock (Oswego)

Teaching Coins (Athens)

Teaching Measures

Tell Time (Math Slice)

Telling Time (Create-a-Reader)

Telling Time (ESL)

Telling Time (Harcourt Schools

Telling Time (Dositey)

Telling Time (Time for Time)

Telling Time (Math Worksheets)

Telling Time Practice

Telling Time Worksheets (Soft School)

Test the Toad (BBC)

Time For Kindergarten

Time Quiz

Time Quiz

Time Teller (Lil' Fingers)

Time to Go (Beacon Learning Center)

Time Works (Learning Planet)

Tracking Temperature (Scholastic)

What Time Is It? (Primary Games)

What's JayZeebear Doing?

What Time Is It? (Primary Games)

Willy the "Watchdog"

Word Game

## Number and Operations

Read Write Numbers- Read and write numerals up to 100.Number Words- Write numbers up to 10 in words.Count Up and Down- Count forward and backward by ones beginning with any number less than 100Skip Count- Skip count by twos, fives, and tens.Compare Numbers- Order and compare (less than, greater than, or equal to) whole numbers to 100.Place Value- Recognize the place value of numbers (tens, ones).Add Subtract- Develop fluency with addition and subtraction facts of sums through ten.Counting Back- Relate counting on and counting back to addition and subtraction and understand them as inverse operations.Add Three Numbers- Add three single-digit numbers.Use Models- Use models (such as discrete objects, connecting cubes, and number lines) to represent part-whole, adding to, taking away from, and comparing to situations to develop understanding of the meaning of addition and subtraction.Basic Fractions- Recognize the part-whole relationship in representations of basic fractions such as 1/2 and 1/4.Models for Adding- Use various models to develop strategies for solving arithmetic problems.Add Subtract 100- Solve problems that require addition and subtraction of numbers through 100.Compose Decompose- Use composition and decomposition of numbers to identify and discuss patterns.Groups Tens Ones- Represent whole numbers between 10 and 100 in groups of tens and ones.Number Line- Represent whole numbers up to 100 on a number line.Use Number Line- Use the number line to create visual representations of sequences (such as even numbers, tens, multiples of five).A Day at the Beach (Harcourt School)

Addition: 2-digit Addends (Super Teacher Worksheets)

Addition (Free Math Test)

Adding Three Numbers (AAA Math)

Adding Three Numbers (Dositey)

Adding Three Single Digit Numbers (Numeracy World)

Addition and Subtraction Facts (Edu Place)

Addition Machine

Are You A Math Magician? (Oswego)

Art of Math

Basic Facts Sheets (Saxon)

Base Ten (Learning Box)

Base Ten Count

Bugabaloo (Sheppard Software)

Bunny Count (Fun Brain)

Butterfly Count (TVO Kids)

Caillou Games (PBS Kids)

Can You Say Really Big Numbers? (Math Cats)

Carnival Countdown (Harcourt School)

The Cats In Line (Jan Brett)

Children's Valentine's Day Counting

Compare It (Mrs. Bogucki)

Compare Numbers (Harcourt Schools)

Comparisons (Free Math Test)

Comparison Symbol (Saxon)

Connect the Dots (Chevron Cars)

Connect the Dots: Bear (ABCya)

Connect the Dots: Donkey (ABCya)

Connect the Dots: Butterfly (ABCya)

Connect the Dots: Monkey (ABCya)

Connect the Dots: Shark 0-100 (ABCya)

Connect the Dots: Bear 2's (ABCya)

Connect the Dots with Artt (TVO Kids)

Connect the Dots (Ben's Guide)

Connect the Dots: Regan the Vegan (Fun Brain)

Connect the Dots: Remainder the Dog (Fun Brain)

Count and Draw (Kid Zone)

Count by 2's

Count by Two Worksheets (Math)

Count by Twos (AAA Math)

Count by Twos (Harcourt School)

Count Us In (ABC)

Counting (Free Math Test)

Counting (Fun Brain)

Counting by Fives (AAA Math)

Counting by Tens (AAA Math)

Counting by Twos (AAA Math)

Counting Down (AAA Math)

Counting Money (My School House)

Counting (AAA Math)

Counting (Clever Island)

Counting Backwards (Kid Zone)

Counting Objects (Harcourt School)

Counting Fish (ABCya)

Counting Even Numbers by Twos (AAA Math)

Counting Objects (Free Math Test)

Counting On A Cloud (Fun School)

Counting Pattern (Saxon Math)

Counting Up (AAA Math)

Count Along to 100 (Harcourt School)

Count the Ants (Julia's Rainbow Corner)

Count the Bananas (Story Place)

Count Chickens (Learning Planet)

Count the Wheels (Story Place)

Count to 10 (Harcourt School)

Cross the River (Harcourt School)

Describing the Weight (Kid Port)

The Dragon's Eggs (ICT Games)

Egg Counting Elmo (Sesame Street)

Estimate (Oswego)

Expanded Form (Saxon)

Extra Practice (Edu Place)

Fairy Fog (ICT Games)

Farm Addition (Fun School)

Five Hungry Crocodiles (Story Place)

Fishing for Numbers (Fun School)

Fishin Mission (Fun School)

Fishy Count (Primary Games)

Flashcards for Beginners (Paul's Playhouse)

Flowering Fractions (Beacon Learning Center)

Fractions (Harcourt School)

Fractions

Fraction Flags: Halves and Quarters (Oswego)

Fraction Flags: Thirds (Oswego)

Fraction Paint: 2x2 (Oswego)

Fraction Paint: 3x3 (Oswego)

Fraction Paint: 5x5 (Oswego)

Fraction Paint: 6x6 (Oswego)

Fractions (AAA Math)

Frank and Fran's Fabulous Fractions (Beacon Learning Center)

Fourths (AAA Math)

Get In Line (Beacon Learning Center)

Give The Dog A Bone (Oswego)

Ghost Blasters 2 (Oswego)

Guess the Number

How Many Bears? (Harcourt School)

How Many Dogs? (BBC)

How Many Fish? (ABCya!)

Identify 11-30 (Harcourt School)

I Want My Half (Beacon Learning Center)

Let's Count

Least to Greatest (Saxon)

The "Less Than" Lake Maze

Let's Compare ((Harcourt Schools)

The Little Animals Activity Center (BBC)

Logic Zoo (PBS Kids)

Math Baseball (Fun Brain)

Mad Math Minutes (Mrs. Bogucki)

Marble Math (ABCya)

Matching Addition (Sheppard Software)

Math Lingo (Edu Place)

Math Mahjong Addition (Sheppard Software)

Mend the Number Square (BBC)

The "More Than" Marsh Maze

More, Less, or the Same (AAA Math)

Next Number (AAA Math)

Number Matching (Fun School)

Numbers to 100 (AAA Math)

Number Words (Fun Brain)

Number Words (Fun Brain)

Numeracy Games (ICT Games)

OCSD Interactive Games (Oswego)

Number Matching (Fun School)

Number Sentences (Kid Port)

Numbers (Many Things)

Numbers (Kid Port)

Number and Number Words 0-5 (Harcourt School)

Numbers in Order (AAA Math)

Next Number (AAA Math)

The Number 6 (Kid Port)

The Number 7 (Kid Port)

The Number 8 (Kid Port)

Number Cards

Number Line (The Math Worksheets)

Number of Objects (AAA Math)

Number Matching (Fun School)

Number Nut

Number Order (ABCya)

Number Range (Math Slice)

Number Sequencing

Number Time (BBC)

Number Train (Learning Planet)

One Hundred Chart (The Math Worksheet)

Poddle Weigh-In (PBS Kids)

Odd and Even Numbers

One Little Ball (Primary Game)

Ordinal Number (AAA Math)

Paint Brush Math (Fun School)

Percentage Paint (Oswego)

Penguin Party (Sheppard Software)

Pirate Numbers (ICT Games)

Pizza Party (Primary Games)

Place Values (AAA Math)

Place Value by Adding (AAA Math)

Place Value Party (Math Cats)

Placing Numbers on a Number Line (Maths Frame)

Saucer Sorter (ICT Games)

Sea Horse Counting (Play Kid Games)

Sequence (Kid Port)

Sequences (Free Math Test)

Shape Racer (Fun School)

Shark Pool Place Value (ICT Games)

Skip-Count by Twos (IXL)

Space Hopscotch

Splat Square (Oswego)

Speed Grid Challenge (Oswego)

Speed Grid Challenge (Oswego)

Squigly's Apples (Primary Games)

Subtraction (Free Math Test)

Subtraction Machine

Subtraction Action (Weekly Reader)

Subtraction Harvest (Sheppard Software)

Super Sequencer

Take It Away (Primary Games)

Sum Fun (Beacon Learning Center)

Sum Sense (Oswego)

Sum Sense (Oswego)

Ten in the Bed (Kiz Club)

Tens and Ones (Dositey)

Test the Toad (BBC)

That's A Fact (Harcourt School)

Trading Game (Beacon Learning Center)

What's Your Name? (Beacon Learning Center)

Zero for Children (Math

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## Algebra

Repeating Patterns- Find repeating patterns on the number line, addition table, and hundreds chart.Next Term- Determine a reasonable next term in a given sequence and describe the rule.Commutative Property- Use objects to illustrate the commutative property with basic facts and show that subtraction is not commutative.Basic Equation- Demonstrate understanding of the basic equation a + b = c by using objects to illustrate the number sentences (fact families) associated with any particular sum.Find Unknowns- Use various strategies to find unknowns in problems involving addition and subtraction.Addition Subtraction- Use objects to demonstrate the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction.Inverse Relation- Use the inverse relation between addition and subtraction to check arithmetic problems.Odd Even- Determine whether a number is odd or even by pairing objects.Identity Element- Recognize that zero is the identity element for addition.Big Picture (PBS Kids)

Brenda's Bedroom (Beacon Learning Center)

Buzzing with Shapes (Harcourt School)

Caillou Games (PBS Kids)

Check Out Cookie (Sesame Street)

Colors and Shapes (Fisher Price)

Counting Objects (Harcourt School)

Crazy Pattern Machine (Fun School)

Describing the Weight (Kid Port)

Even and Odd (Primary Games)

Follow the Stars with Caillou (PBS Kids)

Great Equations (Fun School)

Identity Element for Addition (Study Zone)

Identity Element for Addition (Study Zone)

I Spy Shapes (Story Place)

Kinderweb Free Children's Games

Matching Shapes with Krog (Paul's Playhouse)

Measuring Up (PBS Kids)

Me Too (Beacon Learning Center)

Miro on the Move

Missing Number (Saxon)

Missing Number (Beacon Learning Center)

The Music Box (PBS Kids)

Number Line (The Math Worksheets)

Number Sentences (Saxon)

Odd and Even

Odd or Even (Free Math Test)

Oddball (Fun Brain)

Olivia Octagon: Graphing (Harcourt School)

Olivia Octagon: Patterning (Harcourt School)

Paint Brush Math (Fun School)

Patterns (Macmillan)

Patterns (Links Learning)

Patterns (Harcourt School)

Pattern Detectives (Beacon Learning Center)

Percentage Paint (Oswego)

Poddle Weigh-In (PBS Kids)

Polkaroo's Polka Dot Shorts (TVO Kids)

Put It On The Shelf (The Kidz Page)

Rabbit Take Away

Relationship with Subtraction (AAA Math)

Splat Square (Oswego)

Story of Shapes (Story Place)

Sum Fun (Beacon Learning Center)

Sum Sense: Add (Oswego)

Teaching Measures

Twins Beacon Learning Center)

Virtual Goose (PBS Kids)

Walrus World (Beacon Learning Center)

What Comes Next? (Saxon)

What Comes Next? (Primary Game)

Which Is Bigger? (Story Place)

## Geometry and Measurement

Alike or Different- Recognize and describe similarities and differences between 2-dimensional figures (geometric attributes and properties).2D and 3D- Recognize 2- and 3-dimensional figures from different perspectives and orientations.Combine Shapes- Model part-whole relationships and properties of plane and solid figures by combining two or more shapes to make a larger shape or by breaking apart an object into its smaller shapes.Face of 3D Shape- Identify 2-dimensional shapes as faces of 3-dimensional figures.Estimate Length- Estimate and measure length using non-standard units (counting by using groups of tens and ones) to represent addition.Non Standard Units- Recognize the essential role of units in measurement, and understand the difference between standard and non-standard units.Comparative Words- Understand and use comparative words such as long, longer, longest; short, shorter, shortest; tall, taller, tallest; high, higher, highest.Are We There Yet? (Beacon Learning Center)

Ask Hannah

Bedroom Border (Beacon Learning Center)

Centimeter (Fun Brain)

Centimeter (Fun Brain)

Circles (A Kids Heart)

Colors and Shapes

Describing the Weight (Kid Port)

Estimation of Length (Links Learning)

The Facts Please, Mr. Mumble

I Spy Shapes (Story Place)

Identify and Sort Solid Shapes

Inch (Fun Brain)

Inch (Fun Brain)

Kinderweb Free Children's Games

Loading Shapes (Harcourt School)

Longer Shorter (Harcourt School)

Matching Shapes (A Kids Heart)

Math Lingo (Edu Place)

Measuring Up (PBS Kids)

The Music Box

Pattern (Links Learning)

Pattern Detectives

Olivia Octagon: Where is it?

Rectangles (A Kids Heart)

The Ruler Game (Ricky Spears)

Shapes (A Kids Heart)

Shapes (A to Z Teacher Stuff)

Shapes (Kinder Web Games)

Shapes and Colors (Giraffian)

Shape Inlay (Cool Math)

Shape Puzzle (The Kidz Page)

Shapeville (TVO Kids)

Solid Patterns (Beacon Learning Center)

Spatial Concepts

Story of Shapes (Story Place)

Sagwa:Tangrams (PBS Kids)

Taking Shapes Apart (Study Zone)

Venn Diagram Shape Sorter

What Comes Next?

Which Are Bigger?

Zoe's Pet Shelter (Sesame Street)

## Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability

Use Graphs- Represent measurements and discrete data using concrete objects, picture graphs, and bar graphs.Represent Data- Represent data in both horizontal and vertical form.Display Data- Display data using appropriate titles and labels.Compare Data- Count and compare collected data.Counting Objects (Harcourt Schools)

Create a Graph

I Am Special! (Beacon Learning Center)

Kids Have Pets (Beacon Learning Center)

Kinds of Graphs (Beacon Learning Center)

More or Less Likely (IXL)

Olivia Octagon: Sorting Toys (Harcourt Schools)

Starfish Probability (XP Math)