Skills available for
Louisiana pre-K math standards
Standards
are in bold, followed by a list of the IXL math
skills that are aligned to that
standard.
Students can practice
these skills
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Standards: Louisiana Grade Level Expectations
PK. Counting and Cardinality
PK.1 Count by ones to 20
Count dots (up to 3) (Pre-K - B.2)
Count shapes (up to 3) (Pre-K - B.3)
Count objects (up to 3) (Pre-K - B.4)
Count dots (up to 5) (Pre-K - C.2)
Count shapes (up to 5) (Pre-K - C.3)
Count objects (up to 5) (Pre-K - C.4)
Count dots (up to 10) (Pre-K - D.2)
Count shapes (up to 10) (Pre-K - D.3)
Count objects (up to 10) (Pre-K - D.4)
Count dots (up to 20) (Pre-K - E.1)
Count shapes (up to 20) (Pre-K - E.2)
Count objects (up to 20) (Pre-K - E.3)
PK.2 Count forward from a given number between 1 and 10, and count backward from 5
One less - up to 5 (Kindergarten - B.8)
One more - up to 10 (Kindergarten - C.9)
Count up - with numbers (Kindergarten - C.12)
Count forward - up to 10 (Kindergarten - C.18)
PK.3 Understand that the last number named tells the number of objects counted
Count dots (up to 3) (Pre-K - B.2)
Count shapes (up to 3) (Pre-K - B.3)
Count objects (up to 3) (Pre-K - B.4)
Count dots (up to 5) (Pre-K - C.2)
Count shapes (up to 5) (Pre-K - C.3)
Count objects (up to 5) (Pre-K - C.4)
Count dots (up to 10) (Pre-K - D.2)
Count shapes (up to 10) (Pre-K - D.3)
Count objects (up to 10) (Pre-K - D.4)
Count dots (up to 20) (Pre-K - E.1)
Count shapes (up to 20) (Pre-K - E.2)
Count objects (up to 20) (Pre-K - E.3)
PK.4 Identify numerals 0–10
PK.5 Count a set of objects from 1-10 and match the correct numeral to the set
Represent numbers (up to 3) (Pre-K - B.8)
Represent numbers (up to 5) (Pre-K - C.8)
Represent numbers (up to 10) (Pre-K - D.8)
PK.6 Compare sets of objects using same/different and more/less/fewer
More (Pre-K - F.2)
Fewer and more - compare by counting (Pre-K - F.4)
Compare in a mixed group (Pre-K - F.5)
Same (Pre-K - H.1)
Different (Pre-K - H.2)
Same and different (Pre-K - H.3)
PK.7 Identify an object's or person's position as first or last
PK. Operations and Algebraic Thinking
PK.8 Recognize, copy, and extend patterns
Similar patterns (Kindergarten - H.1)
Complete missing parts of patterns (Kindergarten - H.2)
Growing patterns (Kindergarten - H.3)
PK.9 Use concrete objects to demonstrate simple addition and subtraction
Addition with pictures - sums up to 5 (Kindergarten - I.1)
Subtract with pictures - numbers up to 5 (Kindergarten - J.1)
PK.10 Model and act out story problems, physically or with objects, to solve whole number problems with sums less than or equal to 6
PK. Measurement and Data
PK.11 Describe measurable attributes of objects, using comparative words to represent length or weight
Long and short (Pre-K - I.1)
Tall and short (Pre-K - I.2)
Light and heavy (Pre-K - I.3)
Holds more or less (Pre-K - I.4)
Compare height, weight, and capacity (Pre-K - I.5)
Wide and narrow (Pre-K - I.6)
PK.12 Sort concrete objects by more than one attribute
Sort shapes into a Venn diagram (Kindergarten - N.8)
PK. Geometry
PK.13 Identify and name at least the four basic shapes (rectangles, squares, circles, and triangles) using different sizes and in different orientations
Identify circles, squares, and triangles (Pre-K - A.1)
Identify squares and rectangles (Pre-K - A.2)
Identify cubes and pyramids (Pre-K - A.3)
Identify shapes I (Kindergarten - S.1)
Identify shapes II (Kindergarten - S.2)
Same shape (Kindergarten - S.3)
PK.14 Create or draw shapes using a variety of materials or components