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- Rote counting to 31
- Writes numerals to 10
- Counts objects to 20 with one-to-one correspondence
- Skip counts by tens
- Uses language to describe quantity and relationship (more, less, equal)
- Adds using manipulatives
- Understands the concept of 1/2
- Creates single variable patterns

- Identifies basic shapes in the environment
- Draws triangles and rectangles
- Demonstrates understanding of relative location (above, below, beside, etc.)
- Measures using non-standard units
- Uses comparative language
- Demonstrates awareness of time (before/after)

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Is there any reason to this madness? This time Jonathan figures out that the machine has been adding 3 to each number he pushes. Each time Jonathan exits the spaceship, it resets and he must figure out the new rule. Come get data from a teacher and see if you can solve the rule.

Do you notice how the snow piles below are growing? What is the pattern? See a teacher to find out how many hours it snowed and calculate the total amount of snow.