Skills available for Mississippi pre-K math standards
Standards are in bold, followed by a list of the IXL math skills that are aligned to that standards. Students can practice these skills online at www.ixl.com.
Standards: Mississippi Early Learning Guidelines: Four-Year-Old Children
PK-K.CC Counting and Cardinality Domain
PK-K. Know number names and the count sequence.
PK-K.CC.1 With prompting and support, recite numbers to 30 in the correct order.
Count dots - up to 20 (P-D.1)
Count shapes - up to 20 (P-D.2)
Count objects - up to 20 (P-D.3)
Represent numbers - up to 20 (P-D.6)
Count to 20 (K-D.1)
Count dots - 0 to 20 (K-D.2)
Show numbers on ten frames - up to 20 (K-D.4)
Represent numbers - up to 20 (K-D.5)
Count up - up to 20 (K-D.6)
Count up and down - up to 20 (K-D.7)
Tally marks - up to 20 (K-D.8)
Number lines - up to 20 (K-D.9)
Before, after, and between - up to 20 (K-D.10)
Count forward - up to 20 (K-D.11)
Count forward and backward - up to 20 (K-D.12)
Names of numbers - up to 20 (K-D.13)
Complete a sequence - up to 20 (K-D.14)
Count blocks - up to 20 (K-D.15)
Count tens and ones - up to 20 (K-D.16)
Write tens and ones - up to 20 (K-D.17)
Count on ten frames - up to 30 (K-E.1)
Number lines - up to 30 (K-E.5)
Count blocks - up to 30 (K-E.6)
Count tens and ones - up to 30 (K-E.7)
Write tens and ones - up to 30 (K-E.8)
PK-K.CC.2 With prompting and support, recognize, name, and experiment with writing numerals 0 10.
Represent numbers - up to 10 (P-C.8)
One more - up to 5 (K-B.7)
One less - up to 5 (K-B.9)
Represent numbers - up to 10 (K-C.8)
One more - up to 10 (K-C.9)
One more and one less - up to 10 (K-C.13)
Count up - with numbers (K-C.15)
Count up and down - with numbers (K-C.16)
Tally marks - up to 10 (K-C.18)
Number lines - up to 10 (K-C.19)
Before, after, and between - up to 10 (K-C.20)
Count forward - up to 10 (K-C.21)
Count forward and backward - up to 10 (K-C.22)
Complete a sequence - up to 10 (K-C.24)
PK-K. Count to tell the number of objects.
PK-K.CC.3 With guidance and support, understand the relationship between numerals and quantities.
PK-K.CC.3.a Recognize that a numeral is a symbol that represents a number of objects, using developmentally appropriate preK materials.
Count dots - up to 3 (P-A.2)
Count shapes - up to 3 (P-A.3)
Count objects - up to 3 (P-A.4)
Represent numbers - up to 3 (P-A.8)
Count dots - up to 5 (P-B.2)
Count shapes - up to 5 (P-B.3)
Count objects - up to 5 (P-B.4)
Represent numbers - up to 5 (P-B.8)
Count dots - up to 10 (P-C.2)
Count shapes - up to 10 (P-C.3)
Count objects - up to 10 (P-C.4)
Represent numbers - up to 10 (P-C.8)
Count to 3 (K-A.2)
Represent numbers - up to 3 (K-A.6)
Count to 5 (K-B.2)
Represent numbers - up to 5 (K-B.6)
Count to 10 (K-C.2)
Count dots - up to 10 (K-C.3)
Count blocks - up to 10 (K-C.4)
Represent numbers - up to 10 (K-C.8)
PK-K.CC.3.b Match quantities and numerals 0 5.
Count dots - up to 3 (P-A.2)
Count shapes - up to 3 (P-A.3)
Count objects - up to 3 (P-A.4)
Represent numbers - up to 3 (P-A.8)
Count dots - up to 5 (P-B.2)
Count shapes - up to 5 (P-B.3)
Count objects - up to 5 (P-B.4)
Represent numbers - up to 5 (P-B.8)
Count to 3 (K-A.2)
Represent numbers - up to 3 (K-A.6)
Count to 5 (K-B.2)
Represent numbers - up to 5 (K-B.6)
PK-K.CC.4 Count many kinds of concrete objects and actions up to 10, using one-to-one correspondence; and, with guidance and support, count up to 7 things in a scattered configuration.
PK-K.CC.4.a Use the number name of the last object counted to represent the number of objects in a set, using developmentally appropriate preK materials.
Count dots - up to 10 (P-C.2)
Count shapes - up to 10 (P-C.3)
Count objects - up to 10 (P-C.4)
Count to 10 (K-C.2)
Count dots - up to 10 (K-C.3)
Count blocks - up to 10 (K-C.4)
Names of numbers - up to 10 (K-C.23)
PK-K. Compare numbers.
PK-K.CC.5 Use comparative language (e.g., more than, less than, equal to, or same) to compare objects, using developmentally appropriate preK materials.
More (P-E.2)
Fewer and more - compare by counting (P-E.4)
Compare in a mixed group (P-E.5)
Compare numbers (larger and largest) (P-E.6)
Fewer and more - compare by matching (K-G.2)
Fewer and more - compare by counting (K-G.3)
Fewer and more - compare in a mixed group (K-G.4)
Fewer, more, and same (K-G.5)
Compare two numbers - up to 10 (K-G.6)
Put numbers up to 10 in order (K-P.10)
Put numbers up to 30 in order (K-P.11)
PK-K.OA Operations and Algebraic Thinking Domain
PK-K. Understand addition as putting together and adding to and understand subtraction as taking apart and taking from.
PK-K.OA.1 With guidance and support, experiment with adding and subtracting by using developmentally appropriate preK materials.
Addition sentences - sums up to 5 (K-I.2)
Add two numbers - sums up to 5 (K-I.3)
Make a number using addition - sums up to 5 (K-I.4)
Addition sentences - sums up to 10 (K-J.2)
Add two numbers - sums up to 10 (K-J.3)
Make a number using addition - sums up to 10 (K-J.4)
Complete the addition sentence - make ten (K-J.5)
Subtraction sentences - numbers up to 5 (K-K.2)
Subtract - numbers up to 5 (K-K.3)
Subtraction sentences - numbers up to 10 (K-L.2)
Subtract - numbers up to 10 (K-L.3)
PK-K.OA.2 With guidance and support, model real-world addition and subtraction problems up through 5 using developmentally appropriate preK materials.
Addition word problems - sums up to 5 (K-I.6)
Subtraction word problems - numbers up to 5 (K-K.5)
PK-K.OA.3 With guidance and support, demonstrate an understanding of patterns using developmentally appropriate preK materials.
PK-K.OA.3.a Duplicate and extend simple patterns using concrete objects.
Different (P-G.1)
Same (P-G.2)
Same and different (P-G.3)
Shape patterns (K-H.3)
Complete a pattern (K-H.5)
Different (K-P.1)
Same (K-P.2)
Same and different (K-P.3)
PK-K.MD Measurement and Data Domain
PK-K. Describe and compare measurable attributes.
PK-K.MD.1 With guidance and support, recognize measurable attributes of everyday objects such as length, weight, and size using appropriate vocabulary (e.g., small, big, short, tall, empty, full, heavy, light).
Long and short (P-I.1)
Tall and short (P-I.2)
Light and heavy (P-I.3)
Holds more or less (P-I.4)
Wide and narrow (P-I.5)
Compare size and weight (P-I.6)
Long and short (K-S.1)
Tall and short (K-S.2)
Light and heavy (K-S.3)
Holds more or less (K-S.4)
Compare size, weight, and capacity (K-S.5)
PK-K.MD.2 With guidance and support, compare two objects using attributes of length, weight, and size (e.g., bigger, longer, taller, heavier, same weight, same amount).
PK-K.MD.2.a Use nonstandard units of measurement.
PK-K.MD.2.b Explore standard tools of measurement.
Long and short (P-I.1)
Tall and short (P-I.2)
Light and heavy (P-I.3)
Holds more or less (P-I.4)
Wide and narrow (P-I.5)
Compare size and weight (P-I.6)
Long and short (K-S.1)
Tall and short (K-S.2)
Light and heavy (K-S.3)
Holds more or less (K-S.4)
Compare size, weight, and capacity (K-S.5)
PK-K. Classify objects and count the number of objects in each category.
PK-K.MD.3 With guidance and support, sort, categorize, or classify objects (e.g., color, size, length, height, weight, area, temperature).
Classify shapes by color (P-G.4)
Classify shapes by color (K-P.4)
Sort shapes into a Venn diagram (K-P.9)
PK-K.G Geometry Domain
PK-K. Explore, identify, and describe shapes (squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders, and spheres).
PK-K.G.1 With guidance and support, correctly name shapes.
Squares (P-K.3)
Circles, squares, and triangles (P-K.6)
Name the solid shape (P-L.2)
Name the two-dimensional shape (K-V.1)
Count sides and corners (K-V.6)
Compare sides and corners (K-V.7)
PK-K.G.2 With guidance and support, recognize and correctly name shapes in the environment, regardless of their orientation or overall size.
Squares and rectangles (K-V.3)
Select two-dimensional shapes (K-V.5)
PK-K.G.3 With guidance and support, explore the differences between two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes.
Name the three-dimensional shape (K-W.2)
Identify shapes traced from solids (K-W.8)
Shapes of everyday objects I (K-W.9)
PK-K. Analyze, compare, create, and compose shapes.
PK-K.G.4 With guidance and support, create and represent shapes using developmentally appropriate preK materials (e.g., popsicle sticks, play dough, blocks, pipe cleaners, pattern blocks).
PK-K.G.5 With guidance and support, explore using shapes to create representations of common objects (e.g., use a square and a triangle to make a house).