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©2009 Complete Curriculum All rights reserved; No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior permission from the Publisher or Authorized Agent. Digitally accessible at completecurriculum.com Publishers: Alison Cancilliari; Dino Cancilliari Editorial Director: Rebecca J. Ensign Design Services provided by: Greg Moss; Bill Tite

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educational and subject matter specialists. Michael Relph. graphic artists and editors. Carol Paul. In a collaborative environment. Stacy Arnold. administrators. Jocelyn Farkas. Amy Mazolla. Lori Garner. Heather Jones. Marie Maci. Leann Hedke. Jamielynn Smith. Susan Lattea. Rebecca Brooks. Amber Plante. Matt McCormick. integrity and effectiveness of each Compete Curriculum text was commensurate with the required educational benchmarks and contemporary standards Complete Curriculum had set forth at the onset of this publishing program. Alicia Jenkins. Grace Carpenter. Marge Higdon. April Lange. Sarah McLain.Acknowledgements Complete Curriculum’s K-12 textbooks have been team-developed by a consortium of teachers. Matt Miller. each professional participant contributed to ensuring the quality. Kelly Wells .

tutors and most importantly – students.About Complete Curriculum —1 Complete Curriculum Complete Curriculum’s digital textbooks were developed to provide teachers. administrators. with affordable. effective educational content that utilizes the most current digital delivery format while satisfying the demands. parents. . requirements and expectations of today’s varied educational arenas. guardians. homeschoolers. accessible.

About Complete Curriculum —2 Complete Curriculum Mini-Text Complete Curriculum’s Mini-Texts are 10 to 20 lesson “clusters” which have been extracted from our Full Digital Texts. reinforcement and also remediation. Each Lesson then concludes with a Lesson Wrap-up at the end of the Student Manual portion. . and private or institutional professional tutoring. You will note that the lessons correlate directly to the lesson numbers in our Full Digital Text and Standard Flexible Text Additions. as a comprehensive or “flex-text”. Materials Needed Literary Selections Supplemental Engaging Activities Extensions Technology Resources – There are a minimum of 10 Lessons per each K-12 Math text that are focused on integrating technology and 21st century skills. etc. you may wish to include these Optional elements in a Lesson if or as you have the supplementary content. while accommodating all types of learning environments – the traditional classroom setting. How to Use this Text: Written to the individual Teacher and student in alternating gender. but of course. Exercises. These “Mini-Texts” have been created in response to educators requesting mini-texts that focus on targeted academic objectives for enrichment. the home-school classroom. provided on a per Lesson basis. Assessments. The Student Manual then follows. each Lesson naturally facilitates individualized instruction. To the Teacher The following elements are included in every Lesson: Lesson # and Title Objective Engaging Question Additional Notes to the Teacher The following elements are Optional. Student Manual in its entirety with answers placed within all Worksheets. the kitchen table as parents assist with homework. by objectives.

Kindergarten Math Math — 3 To the Student Each daily Lesson begins with your teacher asking you a question. the more interested you will be in what you are about to learn. Editorial attention was dedicated to the development of Complete Curriculum’s Math texts and Lessons to assist teachers in their endeavor to assist students in gaining a lifelong mastery of mathematics. and the better you will be able to understand what you are about to learn. The more you think about it and talk about your answer. A Note from Complete Curriculum’s Math Editors The editors of this program desire the best for very young students and their teachers. . In addition to standard classroom instruction and material. and why it is important. This isn’t a trick question – you can’t study for this question – but you do have to think about it before you answer. there are several traditional and non-traditional ways to assist the very young student get a hand up in mathematics while also making it fun.

Kindergarten Math Table of Contents — 1 Table of Contents Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 Ordering by Size Comparing by Height and Length Putting Objects in Order by Length Measuring Length with Non Standard Units Estimating Length Order by Capacity Estimating Capacity Order by Weight Estimating Weight Assessment for Lessons 111 to 119 .

This isn’t a trick question – you can’t study for this question – but you do have to think about it before you answer. the more interested you will be in what you are about to learn.Ordering By Different Traits To the Student Each daily Lesson begins with your teacher asking you a question. Then you will be able to understand what you are about to learn. . and why it is important. The more you think about and talk about your answer.

Look at the small stuffed animal. Place the cups in order from the smallest to the largest. Look at the 3 cups. you will learn how to order things by size. Place the cups in order from the largest to the smallest. Look at the medium stuffed animal. Complete Worksheet 111.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH LESSON 111-1 Student Lesson 111 ORDERING BY SIZE In this Lesson. Lesson Wrap Up: What is bigger than a penny? What is smaller than a car? TM . Place the stuffed animals in order from largest to smallest. Look at the large stuffed animal.

TM . 1. 2. 3. Circle the small fruit in each row.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 111-1 Worksheet 111 ORDERING BY SIZE Big Medium Small Directions: Place an X on the big fruit in each row.

TM . Circle the small fruit in each row. 4. 5.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 111-2 Directions: Place an X on the big fruit in each row.

Lesson Wrap-Up: What is longer than a loaf of bread? What is shorter than a tree? TM . Complete Worksheet 112. Your teacher will show you length with 3 paper strips to show which paper strip is longer and which is shorter.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH LESSON 112-1 Student Lesson 112 COMPARING BY HEIGHT AND LENGTH In this Lesson. Height means how high something is. Your teacher will show you height with towers of blocks to show a tall high tower and low tower. Length means how long something is. you will learn how to compare objects by height and by length.

1. TM . 2.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 112-1 Worksheet 112 COMPARING BY HEIGHT AND LENGTH Tall Short Directions: Circle the object that is taller.

5. 3. 6.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 112-2 Directions: Circle the object that is shorter. Directions: Circle the object that is longer. 4. TM .

Complete Worksheet 113. Put them in order from longest to shortest. Your teacher will show you length with 3 paper strips. Put them in order from shortest to longest. you will learn how to put objects in order by length. Lesson Wrap Up: How do you place objects in order from longest to shortest? TM . Put them in order from shortest to longest. Your teacher will show you 3 pencils. Your teacher will show you 3 pieces of yarn.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH LESSON 113-1 Student Lesson 113 PUTTING OBJECTS IN ORDER BY LENGTH In this Lesson.

STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 113-1 Worksheet 113 PUTTING OBJECTS IN ORDER BY LENGTH Directions: Color the longest snake blue. TM . Directions: Draw 3 lines. Color the shortest snake yellow. one longer and one longest. Make one long.

Then.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH LESSON 114-1 Student Lesson 114 MEASURING LENGTH WITH NONSTANDARD UNITS Remember when you measured with paper clips? In this Lesson. draw a picture of the marker and write how many pennies long it is. Then. You will draw a picture of the pencil and record how many pennies long it is. Lesson Wrap-Up: How do you measure an object with pennies? TM . draw a picture of the pen and write how many pennies long it is. Measure a crayon with pennies. Your teacher will show you how to measure a pencil with pennies. Measure a marker with pennies. Then. draw a picture of the crayon and write how many pennies long it is. you will learn how to measure objects with pennies. Complete Worksheet 114. Measure a pen with pennies.

pennies 2.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 114-1 Worksheet 114 MEASURING LENGTH WITH NONSTANDARD UNITS Directions: Measure the following objects with pennies and write how many pennies long the object is. pennies TM . 1.

3. pennies TM . pennies 4. pennies 5.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 114-2 Directions: Measure the following objects with pennies and write how many pennies long the object is.

Estimate how many paper clips or snap cubes long 2 more books are. dry erase board or paper. dry erase board or paper. dry erase board or paper. Write the estimate on the chalkboard. Estimate how many paper clips or snap cubes long the book is. Complete Worksheet 115. dry erase board or paper. you will learn how to estimate the length of objects. Write the measurement on the chalkboard. Measure the book with the paper clips or snap cubes. Write the estimates on the chalkboard. Lesson Wrap-Up: What is an estimate? TM . An estimate is a guess.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH LESSON 115-1 Student Lesson 115 ESTIMATING LENGTH In this Lesson. Then write the actual measurements on the chalkboard.

Measure your foot. paper clips paper clips 3. Estimate Body Part Actual Measurement 1. hand and finger are. hand and finger. Write your estimate in the first column. Directions: Estimate how many paper clips long your foot.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 115-1 Worksheet 115 ESTIMATING LENGTH An estimate is a guess. paper clips paper clips 2. Write the actual measurement in the last column. paper clips paper clips TM .

paper clips paper clips TM . Estimate Body Part Actual Measurement 4.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 115-2 Directions: Estimate how many paper clips long your forearm and calf are. Measure your forearm and calf. paper clips paper clips 5. Write your estimate in the first column. Write the actual measurement in the last column.

STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH LESSON 116-1 Student Lesson 116 ORDER BY CAPACITY In this Lesson. The smallest container is empty. Pour the rice or beans into the smallest container. It overflows. Complete Worksheet 116. Capacity means how much a container holds. Lesson Wrap-Up: How can you tell how much a container holds? TM . you will put things into a container to learn how to order objects by capacity. Place the 3 containers in order from smallest to largest. Fill the largest one with rice or beans. That means it has a smaller capacity. This container is full. Look at the 3 containers.

2. 1. Directions: Circle the container with the largest capacity.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 116-1 Worksheet 116 ORDER BY CAPACITY In order from largest to smallest. Place an X on the container with the smallest capacity. TM .

TM . 4. 3. 5. Place an X on the container with the smallest capacity.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 116-2 Directions: Circle the container with the largest capacity.

Write the estimate on the chalkboard. Write the estimates on the chalkboard. dry erase board or paper. Then measure and write the actual number of cups of rice or beans that fit in the container. Write the measurement on the chalkboard. Complete Worksheet 117. Estimate how many cups of rice or beans will fit in the container. you will learn how to estimate the capacity of a container. Estimate how many cups of rice or beans fit in the other 2 containers. An estimate is a guess. Measure the actual number of cups of rice or beans that fit in the container.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH LESSON 117-1 Student Lesson 117 ESTIMATING CAPACITY In this Lesson. Lesson Wrap-Up: How do you measure the capacity of a container? TM . dry erase board or paper. dry erase board or paper.

Estimate Container Actual Measurement 1. Write the estimate in the first column. Directions: Your teacher will give you containers that look like the containers on the Worksheet. Write the actual number of cups in the last column. cups cups 3. cups cups TM .STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 117-1 Worksheet 117 ESTIMATING CAPACITY An estimate is a guess. Find out the actual number cups of rice or beans that fill the container. Estimate how many cups of rice or beans will fill the container. cups cups 2.

Estimate Container Actual Measurement 4.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 117-2 Directions: Your teacher will give you containers that look like the containers on the Worksheet. Estimate how many cups of rice or beans will fill the container. Find out the actual number cups of rice or beans that fill the container. cups cups 5. Write the actual number of cups in the last column. cups cups TM . Write the estimate in the first column.

Place the 3 objects in order from the lightest to the heaviest. Lesson Wrap-Up: How can you tell if an object is heavier or lighter than another object? TM .STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH LESSON 118-1 Student Lesson 118 ORDER BY WEIGHT In this Lesson. Weight is how heavy an object is. Your teacher will have you compare the weight of the cotton ball and the pencil. you will learn how to order objects by weight. Your teacher will have you compare the weight of the cotton ball and the box of crayons. Your teacher will have you compare the weight of the box of crayons and the pencil. Complete Worksheet 118.

Directions: Circle the object that is the heaviest in each row. Place an X on the object that is the lightest in each row. 2. 1.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 118-1 Worksheet 118 ORDER BY WEIGHT In order from lightest to heaviest. TM .

Place an X on the object that is the lightest in each row. 3. 5.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 118-2 Directions: Circle the object that is the heaviest in each row. TM . 4.

Complete Worksheet 119. dry erase board or paper. dry erase board or paper. Write the estimates on the chalkboard. Estimate how many pennies the crayon and marker weigh. Then write the actual number of pennies that each object weighs on the chalkboard. Write the estimate on the chalkboard. Write the measurement on the chalkboard. An estimate is a guess.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH LESSON 119-1 Student Lesson 119 ESTIMATING WEIGHT In this Lesson. you will learn how to estimate the weight of an object. Lesson Wrap-Up: How do you measure the weight of an object? TM . Measure the actual number of pennies the glue stick weighs using a balance. dry erase board or paper. Estimate how many pennies a glue stick weighs. dry erase board or paper.

Estimate how many pennies each object weighs. Write the actual number of pennies in the last column. Measure the actual number of pennies the object weighs. Write the estimate in the first column. pennies pennies 2. pennies pennies 3.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 119-1 Worksheet 119 ESTIMATING WEIGHT An estimate is a guess. Estimate Object Actual Measurement 1. Directions: Your teacher will give you objects that are on the Worksheet. pennies pennies TM .

Measure the actual number of pennies the object weighs. Estimate Object Actual Measurement 4. pennies pennies TM . Estimate how many pennies each object weighs. Write the actual number of cups in the last column. Write the estimate in the first column. pennies pennies 5.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 119-2 Directions: Your teacher will give you objects that are on the Worksheet.

STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH LESSON 120-1 Student Lesson 120 ASSESSMENT FOR LESSONS 111 TO 119 Today you will complete Worksheet 120 to assess what you learned in Lessons 111 to 119. TM .

Color the shortest rectangle green. Directions: Measure the following object with pennies and write how many pennies long the object is. pennies TM . Directions: Circle the object that is shorter. 2. Circle the small shape in each row. 4. Directions: Color the longest rectangle red.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 120-1 Worksheet 120 ASSESSMENT FOR LESSONS 111 TO 119 Directions: Place an X on the big shape in each row. 3. 1.

Estimate Object Actual Measurement 5. Estimate Container Actual Measurement 7. Write the estimate in the first column. 6. paper clips paper clips Directions: Circle the container with the largest capacity. Place an X on the container with the smallest capacity. Write the actual measurement in the last column. cups cups TM . Directions: Your teacher will give you container that looks like the container on the Worksheet. Estimate how many cups of rice or beans will fill the container.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 120-2 Directions: Estimate how long a book is. Find out the actual number cups of rice or beans that fill the container. Measure your book with paper clips. Write the actual number of cups in the last column. Write the estimate in the first column.

Directions: Your teacher will give you the objects that are on the Worksheet.STUDENT MANUAL KINDERGARTEN MATH WORKSHEET 120-3 Directions: Circle the object that is the heaviest in each row. Estimate how many pennies each object weighs. 8. Measure the actual number of pennies the object weighs. Write the actual number of pennies in the last column. Place an X on the object that is the lightest in each row. pennies pennies TM . Estimate Object Actual Measurement 9. Write the estimate in the first column. pennies pennies 10.

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