IXL's pre-K skills will
be aligned to the Maine Early Childhood Learning Guidelines soon!
Until then, you can view a complete list of
pre-K
standards below.
Be sure to check out the
unlimited
math practice problems in IXL's
42
pre-K skills.
PK.A.1 Demonstrates an increasing ability to count in sequence to 10 and beyond
PK.A.2 Matches a number of objects with written numeral
PK.A.3 Understands that numbers have multiple uses [e.g., measurement, recipes, prices, and ages (self and peers), phone numbers and street numbers]
PK.A.4 Demonstrates increasing interest and awareness of numbers and counting as a means for solving problems and determining quantity
PK.A.5 Identifies positions of objects in a sequence
PK.A.6 Uses one-to-one correspondence in counting objects and matching groups of objects
PK.A.7 Shows growth in matching, sorting, putting in a series, and regrouping objects according to one or two attributes such as color, shape, or size
PK.A.8 Demonstrates understanding of concepts whole and part
PK.B Shape and Size
PK.B.1 Builds increasing understanding of directionality, order and position of objects and words such as up, down, inside, outside, next to, in front of, behind, on top of, under
PK.B.2 Recognizes, names, matches, and sorts simple shapes
PK.B.3 Matches two dimensional geometric shapes
PK.B.4 Recognizes and compares objects based on differences in length, volume, weight, width (thick and thin)
PK.B.5 Uses non-standard units of measurement (e.g., books, hands, blocks) to measure objects
PK.B.6 Recognizes some basic concepts of time and sequence (e.g., morning, afternoon, yesterday, today, tomorrow, before, after)
PK.B.7 Describes simple navigation activities
PK.C Mathematical Decision-making
PK.C.1 Responds to questions that can be answered with information gained through data analysis
PK.C.2 Makes two and three dimensional depictions, such as graphs and charts, of information gathered from immediate surroundings
PK.C.3 Uses planning to acquire a desired outcome (e.g., selecting appropriate types and quantities of materials)
PK.D Patterns
PK.D.1 Begins to recognize, copy, extend, and create simple patterns (e.g., sounds, objects, shapes)