Kindergarten Parent Pacing Map (Math Expressions)

  • Kindergarten Math-Parent Pacing Map                                                                                                                      Thompson School District



    Unit 1

    Unit 2

    Unit 3

    Unit 4


    Understand Numbers

    One Through Ten

    5 Groups in Numbers Six through Ten

    Teen Numbers as Tens and Ones

    Patterns, Problem Drawings, and Tens

    Approx. Length of Unit

    5 weeks

    6 weeks

    7 weeks

    7 weeks

    Unit Concepts/Big Ideas

    *Counting & cardinality 1-5

    *Adding, subtracting, and comparing through 5

    *Show numbers 1-10

    *Practice numbers 1-10

    *5 groups in numbers 6-10

    *Addition & subtraction stories

    *Practice numbers 1-10, the addition pattern &  the subtraction pattern

    *Partners of 5 & 6


    *Tens in teen numbers

    *Build teen numbers

    *Story Problems and equations

    *Practice with comparing

    *Equations and teen numbers

    *Equations for partners


    Develop counting and cardinality skills for numbers 1-10. Introduction of adding & subtracting within 5. Identify basic shapes.

    Continue study of numbers 1-10 building on knowledge of numbers 1-5. Learn and use attributes of shapes.

    Develop counting and cardinality skills for numbers 11-20. Deepen understanding of addition & subtraction and develop conceptual subitizing and fluency within 5. Continue work with shapes. Subitize; to perceive at a glance the number of items in a group without counting.

    Continue developing skills with addition & subtraction. Compose numbers within 10. Identify, describe, and name three-dimensional shapes.




    Unit 5


    Consolidation of Concepts

    Approx. Length of Unit

    8 weeks

    Unit Concepts/Big Ideas

    *More partners of 10

    *Numbers 1-20

    *More teen numbers and partners

    *More story problems and equations


    Deepen understanding of addition & subtraction, telling story problems, and representing them with drawings, expressions, and equations. Explore measureable attributes.

    **For each unit you can expect your child to bring home data (parent report or the actual assessment) for at least 2 Common Formative Assessments and 1 End of Unit Assessment.