A group of friends play a game on their way to school by counting forward and backward by twos, fives, and tens.
Friends learn different ways to construct sets of ten and find it helps them get better at working with numbers and place value.
Friends share their strategies for figuring out how many objects remain as some are taken away.
During recess, friends learn about place value by working together to add and subtract by tens on the playground at school.
Follow a group of friends as they discover when it is time for meals and activities using a clock with a face as well as a digital clock.
How many of your classmates like to eat apples? This is information we call data. Read along as friends gather data at school and organize it to show the information in helpful ways.
Friends identify the shapes of things in their neighborhood, create new shapes by joining and separating existing ones, and discover why certain shapes are useful for building structures.