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# What your child is learning

There are three areas, or “strands”, in Kindergarten math.

In the Number strand, kindergarten children can count from 1 to 30 and backward from 10 to 1. They are able to say how many objects there are in a group of up to 10 objects, in different ways such as counting, comparing, describing, etc. Students are able to recognize groups of 1 to 6 objects arranged in a familiar.

In the Patterns and Relationship strand, children recognize and make patterns using objects, sounds and actions.

In the Shape and Space strand, children sort and build 3-D objects.

In order to achieve lifelong learning in mathematics, children:

• communicate what they are thinking and learning;
• connect math to everyday situations and other subjects;
• estimate and use mental math strategies;
• learn through problem solving;
• reason and explain their thinking;
• use technology to enhance their learning;
• use visual images (think in pictures) to describe their thinking.

To find out more about what your child is learning, talk to the teacher.

You may also refer to the mathematics curriculum documents

## How your child is assessed

The teacher will assess your child’s progress in the areas described in the WHAT MY CHILD IS LEARNING tab.

## Resources

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