Kindergarten Standards-Based Unit 4
Develops concepts in measurement, data and geometry; describing, comparing, sorting, and classifying objects; as well as describing and mastering shapes are all covered in this unit. Concrete and pictorial activities help you ensure mastery of each topic in Unit 4.
We all learn better when the new knowledge being presented relates to things we already do. When this unit presents key concepts like measurement, data, and geometry, the manipulatives intertwine so closely you can hardly tell them apart from the pictures. Just place the triangle on the picture and it fits perfectly! Now place another triangle next to it and what do you have? Suppose we look around the room and see what things we can find that are the same shape? These basic skills can’t get any more engaging — giving you the opportunity to teach from the concrete to the abstract so no student misses a beat.
Concrete and pictorial activities help you ensure mastery of each topic in Unit 4. Beginning shapes are introduced, sorted, classified, and related to the familiar environments of young children. Also included are comparisons such as small/ smaller/smallest, large/larger/largest, tall/ taller/tallest, long/longer/longest and heavy/heavier/heaviest. Good/got better/to make you the best.
Unit 4 Details:
- A brand-new day-by-day R-R-A directed Teacher’s Manual makes step-by-step multi-sensory teaching easy.
- Pre- and Posttests for each module measure successes.
- 150 teacher/student approved activity masters engage all learners.
- Six complete modules divided by easy topics.
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- Module 1: Describing Objects
- Module 2: Sorting and Classifying Objects
- Module 3: Data
- Module 4: 2-D Shapes
- Module 5: 3-D Shapes
- Module 6: Shapes in the Environment