Mathology Kindergarten is comprised of:
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Use the friendly medium of little books to engage learners and provide rich opportunities for teaching and learning with Mathology Little Books.
Big Idea: Numbers tell us how many and how much.
Big Idea: Numbers are related in many ways.
Big Idea: Patterns can be described mathematically.
Big Idea: Many things in our world have attributes that can be measured and compared.
Big Idea: Units can be used to measure and compare attributes.
Big Idea: Shapes and solids can be explored and compared based on attributes.
Big Idea: Objects can be located in space and looked at from different perspectives.
Big Idea: Collecting and displaying data can help us predict and interpret situations.