This math program requires Manipulatives for proper usage.
Saxon Level K
Kindergarteners will build skills including
- oral counting
- recognizing and sequencing numbers
- identifying ordinal position
- acting out addition and subtraction stories
- counting with one-to-one correspondence
- graphing real objects and pictures
- identifying and counting pennies, dimes, and nickels
- identifying one half
- identifying shapes
- covering and replicating geometric designs
- measuring using nonstandard units of measure
- telling time to the hour
- and using a calendar.
Individual oral assessments are built into the program. (112 lessons)
SAXON MATH K
This kit contains a teacher's manual and meeting book which include all the information that you will need to teach kindergarten math concepts to your child.
There are two parts to the program: the Meeting and the Lesson.
During the Meeting, your child will answer questions about the calendar and practice counting, patterning, telling time, and estimation. A new increment or skill is taught during the Lesson.
The scripted lessons in the Teacher's Manual provide language and techniques that have proven effective for teachers in a variety of settings, and include work sheets for your child to complete.
The program is designed so that 12 lessons are taught per month (about three lessons per week). On the other two days of the week, repeat the Meeting from the day before and use the materials that you have used in previous lessons to practice the skills and concepts introduced.
Note that certain manipulative materials need to be improvised or purchased separately.
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