The Common Core in Michigan

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Skills available for Michigan pre-K math standards

Standards are in black and IXL math skills are in dark green. Hold your mouse over the name of a skill to view a sample question. Click on the name of a skill to practice that skill.

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PK.1 Children begin to develop processes and strategies for solving mathematical problems.

PK.2 Children begin to use the language of mathematics by applying emerging skills in representing, discussing, reading, writing, and listening (e.g., by translating a problem or activity into a new form; a picture, diagram, model, symbol, or words).

PK.3 Children begin to develop skills of recognizing, comparing and classifying objects, relationships, events and patterns in their environment and in everyday life.

PK.4 Children extend their understanding of numbers and their relationship to one another and things in the environment.

PK.5 Algebraic Thinking. Children begin to develop skills of sorting and organizing information, seeing patterns, and using information to make predictions and solve new problems.

PK.6 Children explore and discover simple ways to measure.

PK.7 Children build their visual thinking skills through explorations with shape and the spaces in their classrooms and neighborhoods.