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Skills available for Indiana pre-K math standards

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PK.M.1 Counting and Quantity

PK.M.2 Computation

PK.M.3 Time

  • PK.M.3.1 Cooperate with a routine.

  • PK.M.3.2 Anticipate an event.

  • PK.M.3.3 Follow a daily schedule.

  • PK.M.3.4 Follow steps in a simple routine.

  • PK.M.3.5 Relate time to events.

  • PK.M.3.6 Associate events with time-related concepts.

  • PK.M.3.7 Tell what comes before and after.

  • PK.M.3.8 Tell what activity comes first and what follows in sequence.

  • PK.M.3.9 Tells three events in chronological order.

PK.M.4 Location

  • PK.M.4.1 Notice objects and purposely move and manipulate different objects.

  • PK.M.4.2 Use a shape toy to explore basic shapes.

  • PK.M.4.3 Look or feel for an object that has been hidden from view.

  • PK.M.4.4 Put things in and out of other things.

  • PK.M.4.5 Put things on and off of other things.

  • PK.M.4.6 Find hidden objects or sounds.

  • PK.M.4.7 Hide behind or between objects in play.

  • PK.M.4.8 Identify where he/she is currently located.

  • PK.M.4.9 Search for something out of sight.

  • PK.M.4.10 Complete a three piece inset puzzle.

  • PK.M.4.11 Move objects from one container to another.

  • PK.M.4.12 Show interest in something out of place, like finding a small object on the carpet.

  • PK.M.4.13 Search for something out of sight.

  • PK.M.4.14 Complete an inset puzzle of 3 or more pieces.

  • PK.M.4.15 Give clues for finding hidden objects.

  • PK.M.4.16 Discriminate between object that is pulled apart and one that is put together.

  • PK.M.4.17 Identify the missing parts (e.g., the door of a car, nose of the dog).

  • PK.M.4.18 Use “in” and “out” to indicate where things are in space.

  • PK.M.4.19 Use “on” and “off ” to indicate where things are in space.

  • PK.M.4.20 Use the words “here” or “there” to indicate where things are in space.

  • PK.M.4.21 Follow instructions to place an object “here” or “there.”

  • PK.M.4.22 Follow instructions to place an object “beside” or “next to” something.

  • PK.M.4.23 Follow instructions to place an object “between” two things.

  • PK.M.4.24 Identify ten body parts.

  • PK.M.4.25 Complete interlocking puzzle of 8-12 pieces.

  • PK.M.4.26 Identify the missing object.

  • PK.M.4.27 Give clues for finding hidden objects.

  • PK.M.4.28 Discriminate between object that is pulled apart and one that is put together.

  • PK.M.4.29 Identify parts of an object.

PK.M.5 Length, Capacity, Weight, Temperature

PK.M.6 Sorting and Classifying Objects

  • PK.M.6.1 Show interest in visual/auditory/tactile patterns.

  • PK.M.6.2 Show interest in something out of place, like finding a small object on the carpet.

  • PK.M.6.3 Complete a word or phrase that repeats in a familiar song or story.

  • PK.M.6.4 Purposely move and manipulate different objects.

  • PK.M.6.5 Clap or move to a beat.

  • PK.M.6.6 Nest smaller objects into larger.

  • PK.M.6.7 Put things in order.

  • PK.M.6.8 Move objects from one container to another.

  • PK.M.6.9 Identify which is “more” visually, tactilely, or audibly.

  • PK.M.6.10 Put pairs together.

  • PK.M.6.11 Identify when objects are the same.

  • PK.M.6.12 Follow along and imitate patterns of sounds and movement.

  • PK.M.6.13 Reproduce patterns of sounds and movement.

  • PK.M.6.14 Reproduce simple AB patterns of concrete objects.

  • PK.M.6.15 Predict what comes next when shown a simple AB pattern of concrete objects.

  • PK.M.6.16 Identify attributes of objects.

  • PK.M.6.17 Give reason of placement of objects.

  • PK.M.6.18 Sort a group of objects by more than one way.

  • PK.M.6.19 Name groups of objects.

  • PK.M.6.20 Divide a set of four objects into equal parts.

  • PK.M.6.21 Categorize familiar objects by function and class.