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Core Curriculum Prek

Safety And Self-Protection:

Self-Awareness/Self Concept
Social Relationships
Expression Of Feelings:
Play/Creative Expression:

Receptive Language:
Expressive Language And Communication

Gross Motor Skills
Fine Motor Skills
Sensory Processing And Motor Planning Skills

Orientation in Time
Orientation in Space

Listen to and Sing Songs
Move to Music


Algebraic Reasoning
Understand And Describe Patterns And Functional Relationships.
- Sort And Classify Familiar Objects By A Single Attribute (Size, Shape, Color, Texture, Orientation And Position) And Explain The Reason.
- Recognize, Copy, Extend And Create Simple AB Patterns Using Objects, Movement Or Sounds.

Understand That A Variety Of Numerical Representations Can Be Used To Describe Quantitative Relationships.
- Represent Quantities Of Up To 20 Objects In A Set.
- Compare Two Sets Of Up To 20 Objects, And Identify Which Set Is More, Less Or The Same.
- Identify The Ordinal Position Of Objects: First And Last.
- Explore A Whole And Half Of An Object

Use Numbers And Their Properties To Compute Flexibly And Fluently And To Reasonably Estimate Measures And Quantities.
- Count By Rote To At Least 20.
- Count As One More Object Is Added To A Set Of Up To 20 Objects.
- Act Out And Solve Story Problems Using Sets Of Up To 10 Objects.

Use Properties And Characteristics Of Two- And Three-Dimensional Shapes And Geometric Theorems To Describe Relationships, Communicate Ideas And Solve Problems.
- Identify And Describe Familiar Shapes (Triangles, Squares, Rectangles And Circles) And Solids (Cubes, Spheres, Cylinders And Prisms) In The Environment And Contextual Situations.
- Compare And Sort Familiar Shapes And Solids In The Environment And Contextual Situations.
- Construct Shapes Using A Variety Of Materials.

Use Spatial Reasoning, Location And Geometric Relationships To Solve Problems.
- Describe Location, Direction, And Position Of Objects Using Terms Such As Under, Over, Inside, Next To, Near, In Front Of, First And Last.
- Complete Simple Shape And Jigsaw Puzzles And Explain The Reasoning Used To Complete The Puzzle.

Develop And Apply Units, Systems, Formulas And Appropriate Tools To Estimate And Measure.
- Use Patterns To Determine Events That Reoccur.
- Sequence Events And Describe Time Periods Using Terms Such As Morning, Afternoon, Night, Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow.
- Use Nonstandard Units Or Reference Objects To Compare Length, Area And Capacity And To Order, Estimate And Sort Objects By Size (Length Or Area). Describe The Comparisons Using Language Such As More, Longer, Shorter Or Taller.
- Discuss Strategies To Estimate And Compare Length, Area, Temperature And Weight.

Collect, Organize And Display Data Using Appropriate Statistical And Graphical Methods.
- Create Real Graphs Using Familiar Objects And Pictures That Represent Information About The Group Of Children.

Analyze Data Sets To Form Hypotheses And Make Predictions
- Describe Real Graphs Using Comparative Language Such As More, Less, Most, Least And The Same.

Understand And Apply Basic Concepts Of Probability
- Use Patterns To Describe Some Events That Repeat.
- Explain Why Events Are Likely Or Unlikely To Happen, Based On Personal Experiences.


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