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1 Saxon Math Manipulatives in Motion Primary Correlations Saxon Math Program Page Math K 2 Math 1 8 Math 2 14 California Math K 21 California Math 1 27 California Math

2 Saxon Math Manipulatives in Motion Correlation of Activities by Lesson Math K Section 1: Lessons Exploring Teddy Bear Counters Counters Explore Make or Make Sets 2 Exploring Teddy Bear Counters Counters Explore Make or Make Sets 3 Exploring Pattern Blocks Counters Explore Make 4 Exploring Pattern Blocks Counters Explore Make 5 Placing a Picture on a Pictograph Graphs Pictographs Identifying More and Less on a Graph 6 Reading a Graph Exploring Teddy Bear Counters and Pattern Blocks Graphs Pictographs 7 Counting to 5 with One-to-One Correspondence Counters Count Counters 8 Exploring Linking Cubes Counting to 5 with One-to-One Correspondence 9 Creating an AB Color Pattern Counting to 5 with One-to-One Correspondence 10 Oral Assessment 1 Section 2: Lessons Counters Count Counters Counters Explore Make 11 Placing an Object on a Real Graph Graphs Picture Graphs Identifying Most and Fewest on a Graph 12 Using Positional Words and Phrases: Over, Under, On Top Of, Behind, In Back Of, In Front Of, Beside, Inside, and Outside 13 Counting to 10 with One-to-One Correspondence Counters Count Counters 14 Creating Pattern-Block Designs 15 Covering Designs Using Pattern Blocks 16 Sorting by Color 17 Sorting by Color Creating a Real Graph Comparing Sets of Objects Graphs Picture Graphs 18 Acting Out Story Problems 19 Identifying, Describing, and Comparing Circles and Rectangles 20 Oral Assessment 2 Section 3: Lessons Identifying and Ordering the Numbers 1 5 Identifying a Missing Number 22 Placing an Object on a Real Graph Graphs Picture Graphs Identifying Most and Fewest on a Graph 23 Naming a Shape Piece Using Three Attributes (Shape, Color, and Size) Describing the Relative Position of Objects 24 Matching a Number Card (1 5) to a Set of Objects Counters Compare Counters 25 Creating and Reading an AB Color Pattern Counters Explore Make 26 Creating and Reading an AB Color Pattern Counters Explore Make 27 Acting Out Story Problems 28 Identifying Ordinal Position to Fourth Saxon Math K 2

3 29 Covering Designs Using Pattern Blocks 30-1 Sequencing Daily Events 30-2 Oral Assessment 3 Section 4: Lessons Identifying, Describing, and Comparing Triangles and Squares 32 Naming a Shape Piece Using Three Attributes (Shape, Color, and Size) Describing the Relative Position of Objects 33 Identifying, Creating, and Extending AB Sound and Movement 34 Sorting a Collection of Objects Counters Explore Sort 35 Ordering the Numbers 1 10 Identifying a Missing Number 36 Ordering the Numbers 0 10 Counting Backward from Identifying Ordinal Position to Fourth 38 Ordering the Numbers 0 10 Identifying a Missing Number 39 Identifying the Numbers Identifying the Day of the Week When Weekly Events Occur Sequencing Events 40-2 Oral Assessment 4 Solving a Problem by Looking for a Pattern Section 5: Lessons Counters Explore Make 41 Identifying Pennies Measurement Money Show Amount Counting Pennies 42 Matching a Number Card (0 10) to a Set of Counters Count Counters Objects 43 Naming a Shape Piece Using Three Attributes (Shape, Color, and Size) Identifying a Missing Piece in a Matrix Describing the Relative Position of Objects 44 Acting Out Story Problems Using Pennies Measurement Money Explore 45 Identifying Time to the Hour Measurement Clocks Time on a Clock 46 Identifying Ordinal Position to Fourth 47 Showing Time to the Hour on a Clock Measurement Clocks Time on a Clock 48 Identifying the Numbers 0 10 Identifying Before, After, and Between 49 Writing Money Amounts to 10 Cents Ordering Money Amounts to 10 Cents 50-1 Identifying an Object That Doesn t Belong to a Group 50-2 Oral Assessment 5 Solving a Problem by Acting It Out Solving a Problem by Drawing a Picture Section 6: Lessons Measurement Money Compare Amount 51 Paying for Items to 10 Cents Using Pennies Measurement Money Show Amount 52 Copying Identifying an AB Pattern Counters Explore Make 53 Comparing Objects by Weight (Mass) Measurement Balance and Scales Balance Saxon Math K 3

4 54 Naming a Shape Piece Using Two Attributes (Shape and Color) Identifying a Missing Piece in a Matrix Describing the Relative Position of Objects 55 Copying Identifying AB and ABB Counters Explore Make 56 Exploring a Geoboard 57 Making Shapes on a Geoboard Describing and Comparing the Attributes of Geometric Shapes 58 Placing an Object on a Real Graph Graphs Picture Graphs 59 Identifying Ordinal Position Paying for Items Using Pennies 60-1 Creating, Describing, and Extending Shape 60-2 Oral Assessment 6 Solving a Problem by Acting It Out Section 7: Lessons Measurement Money Show Amount 61 Identifying a Cube Counting with One-to-One Correspondence Geometry Solid Faces, Edges, and Corners 62 Matching a Number Card to a Set Counters Count Counters 63 Copying Line Segments, Shapes, and Designs on a Geoboard 64 Estimating Collections Counting by 10 s 65 Identifying Dimes Trading 10 Pennies for a Dime Comparing Events According to Duration of Time Counting by 10 s 66 Identifying, Creating, and Extending ABB Sound and Movement 67 Counting Dimes to 50 Cents Measurement Money Show Amount 68 Paying for Items to 50 Cents Using Dimes Measurement Money Show Amount 69 Matching a Number to a Set Counters Count Counters 70-1 Sharing a Whole by Separating It into Two Equal Parts 70-2 Oral Assessment 7 Solving a Problem by Guessing and Checking Section 8: Lessons Comparing Sets of Objects Comparing Numbers Through 6 72 Weighing Objects Using Nonstandard Units Ordering Objects by Weight 73 Combining Sets by Counting On Using Numbers to Describe How Many Objects Are in a Set 74 Identifying the Numbers 0 20 Ordering the Numbers Identifying the Numbers 0 20 Identifying Before, After, and Between Counters Compare Counters Measurement Balance and Scales Balance Counters Count Counters 76 Identifying the Numbers Saxon Math K 4

5 77 Identifying a 1-Cup Measuring Cup Measurement Equivalent Measures Following a Recipe 78 Identifying Full, Half-Full, and Empty Containers Measurement Equivalent Measures Identifying a Quart Container 79 Covering a Design in More Than One Way 80-1 Using Objects to Represent Numbers to 20 Base Ten Blocks Show Ones and Tens 80-2 Oral Assessment 8 Solving a Problem by Acting It Out Solving a Problem by Drawing a Picture Section 9: Lessons Paying for Items to \$1.00 Using Dimes Measurement Money Show Amount 82 Identifying the Seasons of the Year Comparing Temperatures During Different Seasons Placing a Tag on a Pictograph 83 Comparing Length Identifying Shorter and Longer 84 Ordering Four Objects by Length 85 Naming a Shape Piece Using Three Attributes (Shape, Color, and Size) 86 Copying Line Segments, Shapes, and Designs on a Geoboard 87 Ordering Objects by Length Measuring Length Using Nonstandard Units 88 Making an ABC Pattern Using Pattern Blocks 89 Acting Out Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories 90-1 Estimating and Measuring the Capacity of Containers Using Nonstandard Units Comparing and Ordering Containers by Capacity Writing Numerals Through 20 to Label Sets 90-2 Oral Assessment 9 Solving a Problem by Guessing and Checking Section 10: Lessons Graphs Pictographs Number Lines Add Measurement Equivalent Measures 91 Identifying Nickels Trading 5 Pennies for a Nickel Comparing Events According to Duration of Time Counting by 5 s Measurement Money Show Amount 92 Counting Nickels to 25 Cents Measurement Money Show Amount 93 Identifying a Cylinder Ordering Objects by Height Geometry Solid Count the Parts 94 Paying for Items to 25 Cents Using Nickels Measurement Money Show Amount 95 Identifying, Creating, and Extending ABC Sound and Movement 96 Paying for Items to 50 Cents Using Nickels Measurement Money Show Amount 97 Dividing by Sharing Counters Divide 98 Identifying and Ordering Numbers Comparing Sets of Objects 99 Comparing Numbers Through Identifying Hot and Cold Objects Oral Assessment 10 Solving a Problem by Drawing a Picture Counters Compare Counters Saxon Math K 5

6 Section 11: Lessons Making an ABBC Pattern Using Pattern Blocks Counters Explore Make 102 Dividing by Sharing Counters Divide Comparing Numbers Through Identifying Right and Left 104 Exploring Tangrams 105 Sorting and Identifying Tangram Pieces Identifying Small, Medium, and Large Shapes Covering Designs Using Tangrams 106 Measuring Length Using Nonstandard Units Estimating and Measuring Length and Width Using Nonstandard Units 107 Graphing a Picture on a Pictograph Graphs Pictographs 108 Covering Designs Using Tangrams Exploring Slides, Turns, and Flips 109 Identifying the Relationship Between Larger and Smaller Numbers Counting Forward and Backward on a Number Line Matching a Number Card to a Set of Up to 20 Objects Oral Assessment 11 Solving a Problem by Drawing a Picture and Looking for a Pattern Section 12: Lessons Geometry Plane Translations Base Ten Blocks Show Ones and Tens Counters Explore Make 111 Identifying the Numbers Base Ten Blocks Show Ones and Tens 112 Identifying a Sphere Geometry Solid Faces, Edges, and Corners Ordering Objects by Size 113 Sorting Coins Measurement Money Compare Amount Comparing Events According to Duration of Time Identifying a Quarter and a Dollar 114 Covering Designs Using Tangrams Geometry Plane Translations Exploring Slides, Turns, and Flips 115 Identifying Largest and Smallest Shapes Fractions Explore Pattern Blocks Identifying and Covering Half of a Shape 116 Paying for Items Using Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, or Measurement Money Show Amount a Quarter 117 Identifying and Matching Equivalent Sets Counters Compare Counters Identifying Doubles 118 Identifying and Matching Equivalent Sets Identifying Doubles Counters Compare Counters 119 Acting Out Some, Some More Stories Estimating and Measuring the Capacity of Containers Using Nonstandard Units Ordering Containers by Capacity Writing Numerals Through 30 to Label Sets Oral Assessment 12 Solving a Problem by Guessing and Checking Section 13: Lessons Drawing Pictures for Some, Some More Stories 122 Recording the Answer to a Question on a Chart Determining Questions for a Two-Choice Survey Saxon Math K 6

7 123 Identifying a Cone Sorting Three-Dimensional Objects 124 Identifying the Time of Day as Day or Night Identifying the Time of Day as Morning, Afternoon, or Evening Sequencing Events that Happen During the Day Comparing Temperatures at Different Times of the Day Identifying the Likelihood of Events Identifying Events as More Likely, Equally Likely, or Less Likely 125 Counting by 2 s Identifying Even and Odd Numbers to Measuring Distance Using Nonstandard Units Geometry Solid Faces, Edges, and Corners Probability Certain, Impossible, or Likely 127 Acting Out Some, Some Went Away Stories Number Lines Subtract 128 Drawing Pictures for Some, Some Went Away Stories 129 Identifying and Making Symmetrical Designs Counting Pennies to Pay for Items That Together Cost Less Than 30 Cents Writing Numerals Through 30 to Label Sets Oral Assessment 13 Solving a Problem by Drawing a Picture Section 14: Lessons Using Indirect Comparisons to Compare the Heights or Lengths of Objects 132 Sharing a Whole by Separating It into Two Equal Parts Using Objects to Represent Numbers to 20 Using Numbers to Represent a Set of Objects 133 Measuring Length Using Inches 134 Sharing a Whole by Separating It into Equal Parts Identifying Halves and Fourths 135 Placing a Tag on a Pictograph Comparing Temperatures During Different Seasons Number Lines Subtract Measurement Money Show Amount Base Ten Blocks Show Ones and Tens Fractions Explore Pattern Blocks Graphs Pictographs Saxon Math K 7

8 Saxon Math Manipulatives in Motion Correlation of Activities by Lesson Math 1 Section 1: Lessons Identifying What Mathematicians Do 2 Making Towers for the Numbers 1 5 Counters Count Counters 3 Writing the Numbers 1, 4, and 5 4 Making Towers for the Numbers 1 9 Ordering the Numbers Placing an Object on a Graph Writing the Numbers 2, 3, and 7 6 Identifying a Circle and a Square Identifying the Number of Sides and Angles of a Square 7 Graphing a Picture on a Pictograph Identifying Most and Fewest on a Graph Identifying Right and Left 8 Writing the Numbers 0, 6, 8, and 9 9 Ordering Sets from Smallest to Largest Identifying Most and Fewest Ordering Numbers from Least to Greatest 10-1 Matching a Number to a Set Collecting and Sorting Data Using Data to Construct a Bar-Type Graph 10-2 Identifying the Steps in the Problem-Solving Process Using Logical Reasoning to Solve a Problem Section 2: Lessons Counters Count Counters Graphs Picture Graphs Graphs Pictographs Counters Compare Counters Graphs Bar Graphs 11 Identifying Morning and Afternoon Identifying First, Last, Between, and Middle Identifying First, Second, and Third 12 Acting Out Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories 13 Identifying a Triangle Identifying the Number of Sides and Angles of a Triangle Sorting by One Attribute 14 Making a Shape on a Geoboard Identifying Inside and Outside 15-1 Acting Out and Drawing Pictures for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories 15-2 Sorting by One Attribute 16 Counting Pennies Measurement Money Show Amount 17 Identifying a Number Between Two Numbers 18 Dividing a Solid in Half Fractions Show Fraction Bars 19 Picturing and Combining Sets Graphing a Picture on a Pictograph Graphs Pictographs 20-1 Counting from 0 to 23 Counters Count Counters 20-2 Making an Organized List to Solve a Problem Saxon Math 1 8

10 50-1 Estimating the Capacity of Containers Ordering Containers by Capacity Identifying a 1-Cup Liquid Measure 50-2 Drawing a Picture to Solve a Problem Section 6: Lessons Measurement Equivalent Measures 51 Identifying the Even Numbers to Identifying and Locating Numbers on a Hundred Number Chart 53 Counting Dimes and Pennies Measurement Money Show Amount 54 Creating a Design with a Line of Symmetry Geometry Plane Symmetry Identifying a Line of Symmetry 55-1 Drawing a Line of Symmetry Geometry Plane Symmetry Identifying One Half of a Whole Writing the Fraction One Half 55-2 Estimating and Measuring the Capacity of Containers Using Nonstandard Units Writing a Two-Digit Number for a Set of Objects Comparing and Ordering Two-Digit Numbers Base Ten Blocks Compare Ones and Tens 56 Identifying Odd and Even Numbers 57 Numbering a Clockface Showing Time to the Hour on a Clock Measurement Clocks Time on a Clock 58 Adding 2 to an Even Number 59 Adding 2 to an Odd Number Number Lines Add 60-1 Covering a Design with Pattern Blocks Sorting, Counting, and Recording the Pattern Blocks Used to Cover a Design Counters Explore Sort 60-2 Looking for a Pattern to Solve a Problem Counters Explore Make Section 7: Lessons Addition Facts: Adding 2 Number Lines Add 62 Comparing and Ordering Objects by Length Measuring Length Using Nonstandard Units 63 Writing Numbers 0 10 Using Words 64 Identifying Pairs Counters Explore Make 65-1 Graphing Pieces Used to Cover a Design Graphs Bar Graphs Reading a Graph 65-2 Identifying Ordinal Position to 26th 66 Writing Money Amounts Using the Cent Symbol Paying for Items Using Dimes and Pennies Measurement Money Show Amount 67 Dividing a Square into Halves Fractions Explore Pattern Blocks 68 Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 2 Counters Subtract 69 Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 2 Number Lines Subtract 70-1 Tallying Counting by 5 s 70-2 Drawing a Picture to Solve a Problem Section 8: Lessons Using a Ruler to Draw a Line Segment 72 Sorting Common Objects Counters Explore Sort 73 Adding Two-Digit Numbers Without Regrouping Using Dimes and Pennies Base Ten Blocks Add Ones and Tens Saxon Math 1 10

13 128 Identifying Cold, Cool, Warm, and Hot Temperatures Reading a Thermometer to the Nearest 10 Degrees 129 Subtraction Facts: Subtracting Half of a Double Counters Subtract Identifying Events as Certain, Likely, or Impossible Probability Certain, Impossible, or Likely Drawing a Picture to Solve a Problem Using a Table to Solve a Problem Section 14: Lessons 131 D 131 Identifying and Counting Hundreds, Tens, and Ones 132 Writing Addition and Subtraction Fact Families Subtraction Facts: 9 4, 9 5, 9 3, and Representing Numbers to 500 Using Pictures Algebra Input Output Table Base Ten Blocks Show Ones, Tens, and Hundreds Number Charts Addition Chart Fact Families 134 Writing Addition and Subtraction Fact Families Number Charts Addition Chart Fact Families Subtraction Facts: 7 3, 7 4, 8 3, and Estimating and Weighing Objects Using Nonstandard Units Exploring Standard Units of Mass Measurement Balance and Scales Balance A Subtraction Facts: Minuends Greater Than 10 Counters Subtract B C D Using a Calculator to Explore Addition, Subtraction, and Skip Counting Ordering Two or More Objects by Temperature Measuring Temperature Using a Thermometer Exploring Transformations: Slides (Translations), Turns (Rotations), and Flips (Reflections) Geometry Plane Translations Saxon Math 1 13

17 66 Creating and Reading a Venn Diagram Counters Explore Make Sets 67 Identifying a.m. and p.m. Identifying Noon and Midnight Identifying Dozen and Half Dozen Measurement Clocks Time on a Clock 68 Adding Three Two-Digit Numbers Base Ten Blocks Add Ones, Tens, and Hundreds 69 Reading a Thermometer to the Nearest 2 Degrees Fahrenheit 70-1 Subtracting 2 Facts Solving a Problem by Guessing and Checking 70-2 Identifying and Creating Overlapping Geometric Shapes 71 Using Mental Computation to Subtract 10 from a Two-Digit Number 72 Measuring and Drawing Line Segments to the Nearest Half Inch 73 Adding Two-Digit Numbers with a Sum Greater Than Representing Numbers Using Base Ten Blocks Ordering Numbers Using Base Ten Blocks Section 8: Lessons Counters Subtract Base Ten Blocks Add Ones and Tens 75-1 Subtracting 3 Facts Counters Subtract 75-2 Identifying Gallon, Half-Gallon, Quart and Liter Containers Estimating and Finding the Capacity of Containers 76 Identifying the Place Value of a Digit in a Three- Digit Number Writing a Three-Digit Number for a Model Representing Three-Digit Numbers Pictorially 77 Writing a Three-Digit Number for a Model or Picture Ordering Three-Digit Numbers Identifying the Median of a Set of Numbers Base Ten Blocks Compare: Ones, Tens, and Hundreds Measurement Equivalent Measures Base Ten Blocks Compare Ones, Tens, and Hundreds Base Ten Blocks Compare Ones, Tens, and Hundreds 78 Telling and Showing Time to Five-Minute Intervals Measurement Clocks Time on a Clock 79 Adding Three Two-Digit Numbers with a Sum Greater Than Subtracting 4 Facts Drawing a Picture to Solve a Problem 80-2 Cutting a Geometric Shape Apart and Making a New Shape Section 9: Lessons Base Ten Blocks Add Ones, Tens, and Hundreds Counters Subtract 81 Using Comparison Symbols (>, <, =) Base Ten Blocks Compare Ones, Tens, and Hundreds 82 Reading and Drawing a Pictograph with a Scale Graphs Pictograph of 2 83 Writing a Fraction to Show a Part of a Set Fractions Show Two-Color Counters Picturing a Fractional Part of a Set 84 Writing a Number in Expanded Form 85-1 Subtracting 5 Facts Counters Subtract 85-2 Covering Designs with Tangram Pieces 86 Writing Money Amounts Using Dollar Signs and Cent Symbols 87 Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers Using Dimes and Pennies (Part 1) Measurement Money Show Amount Base Ten Blocks Subtract Ones and Tens Saxon Math 2 17

18 88 Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers Using Dimes and Pennies (Part 2) Base Ten Blocks Subtract Ones and Tens 89 Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers (Part 1) Base Ten Blocks Subtract Ones and Tens 90-1 Subtracting 6 Facts Solving a Problem by Guessing and Checking 90-2 Covering the Same Design in Different Ways Using Tangram Pieces Section 10: Lessons Counters Subtract 91 Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers (Part 2) Base Ten Blocks Subtract Ones and Tens 92 Writing Number Sentences to Show Equal Groups Multiplying by 10 Number Lines Multiply 93 Counting Quarters Measurement Money Show Amount 94 Rounding to the Nearest Ten 95-1 Subtracting 7 Facts Counters Subtract 95-2 Estimating and Counting Large Collections 96 Finding One Half of a Set with an Even Number of Objects 97 Finding One Half of a Set with an Odd Number of Objects 98 Estimating a Sum Counters Compare Counters Counters Compare Counters 99 Measuring Using Feet and Inches Subtracting 8 Facts Making a Table to Solve a Problem Looking for a Pattern to Solve a Problem Counters Explore Make Finding the Area of Shapes Using Pattern Blocks Geometry Area and Perimeter Explore Section 11: Lessons Identifying, Describing, and Comparing Geometric Geometry Solid Faces, Edges, and Corners Solids (Cone, Cube, Sphere, Cylinder, Rectangular Prism, and Pyramid) 102 Selecting an Appropriate Tool for Measuring Length Identifying Metric Units of Length Measuring and Drawing Line Segments Using Centimeters 103 Multiplying by 1 Multiplying by 100 Number Lines Multiply 104 Finding a Perimeter Geometry Area and Perimeter Explore Subtracting 9 Facts Counters Subtract Writing Observations from a Graph Graphs Bar Graphs 106 Identifying Activities That Take One Hour, One Measurement Clocks Time on a Clock Minute, and One Second Telling and Showing Time to the Minute 107 Counting Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies Measurement Money Show Amount Showing Money Amounts Using Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies 108 Identifying Parallel Lines and Line Segments 109 Adding Three-Digit Numbers and Money Amounts Estimating Sums Base Ten Blocks Add Ones, Tens, and Hundreds Multiplying by 5 Facts Drawing Pictures and Writing Multiplication Number Sentences to Show Equal Groups Making an Organized List to Solve a Problem Number Charts Multiplication Chart Show Products Measuring Weight Using Customary Units Measurement Balance and Scales Balance Saxon Math 2 18

19 Section 12: Lessons Representing and Writing Mixed Numbers (Part 1) Fractions Show Fraction Circles 112 Representing and Writing Mixed Numbers (Part 2) Fractions Show Fraction Circles 113 Creating and Reading a Bar Graph with a Scale Graphs Bar Graphs of Identifying Right Angles Multiplying by 2 Facts Number Charts Multiplication Chart Show Products Estimating Area Geometry Area and Perimeter Explore Finding Area Using One-Inch Color Tiles 116 Acting Out and Drawing Pictures for Equal- Groups Stories Counters Explore Make Sets 117 Writing Number Sentences for Equal-Groups Story Problems 118 Identifying Intersecting Lines Identifying Perpendicular Lines 119 Subtracting Three-Digit Numbers and Money Amounts Estimating Differences Dividing a Set of Objects into Equal Groups Multiplying by 3 Facts Making a Table to Solve a Problem Describing the Likelihood of an Event Predicting the Outcome of a Probability Experiment Section 13: Lessons Making and Labeling an Array Counters Multiply Base Ten Blocks Subtract Ones, Tens, and Hundreds Number Charts Multiplication Chart Show Products Probability Certain, Impossible, or Likely Pull from a Bag 122 Writing Number Sentences for Arrays 123 Telling and Showing Time to the Quarter Hour Measurement Clocks Time on a Clock 124 Identifying and Showing Transformations: Translations, Rotations, and Reflections Dividing a Set of Objects into Equal Groups Multiplying by 4 Facts Choosing a Survey Question and Choices Representing Data Using a Graph 126 Locating and Graphing Points on a Coordinate Graph Number Charts Multiplication Chart Show Products Graphs Bar Graphs Algebra Coordinate Grids and Coordinate Planes Name Locations 127 Showing and Counting Back Change for \$1.00 Measurement Money Make Change 128 Dividing by 2 Counters Divide 129 Finding the Area of a Rectangle Geometry Area and Perimeter Rectangle Multiplying by 0 Facts Identifying the Multiples of 2, 3, 4, and 5 Solving a Problem by Guessing and Checking Number Charts Multiplication Chart Show Products Making and Using a Multiplication Table Number Charts Multiplication Chart Show Products Section 14: Lessons 131 C 131 Selecting the Appropriate Tool to Measure Mass Measuring Weight (Mass) Using Metric Units Measurement Balance and Scales Balance 132 Doubling a Number Counters Multiply 133 Dividing a Set of Objects into Equal Groups Counters Divide 134 Recording Information on a Graph Graphs Bar Graphs Saxon Math 2 19

20 135 Conducting a Probability Experiment Identifying the Mode and Range of a Set of Data A B C Using a Calculator to Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Skip Count Choosing an Appropriate Method for Finding the Answer to a Problem Using a Calculator to Compare Data Identifying Acute and Obtuse Angles Describing and Classifying Plane Figures Identifying Pentagons Probability Pull from a Bag Saxon Math 2 20

21 Saxon Math Manipulatives in Motion Correlation of Activities by Lesson California Math K Section 1: Lessons Exploring Teddy Bear Counters Counters Explore Make or Make Sets 2 Exploring Teddy Bear Counters Counters Explore Make or Make Sets 3 Exploring Pattern Blocks Counters Explore Make 4 Exploring Pattern Blocks Counters Explore Make 5 Placing a Picture on a Pictograph Graphs Pictographs Identifying More and Less on a Graph 6 Reading a Graph Exploring Teddy Bear Counters and Pattern Blocks Graphs Pictographs 7 Counting to 5 with One-to-One Correspondence Counters Count Counters 8 Exploring Linking Cubes Counting to 5 with One-to-One Correspondence 9 Creating an AB Color Pattern Counting to 5 with One-to-One Correspondence 10 Oral Assessment 1 Section 2: Lessons Counters Count Counters Counters Explore Make 11 Placing an Object on a Real Graph Graphs Picture Graphs Identifying Most and Fewest on a Graph 12 Using Positional Words and Phrases: Over, Under, On Top Of, Behind, In Back Of, In Front Of, Beside, Inside, and Outside 13 Counting to 10 with One-to-One Correspondence Counters Count Counters 14 Creating Pattern-Block Designs 15 Covering Designs Using Pattern Blocks 16 Sorting by Color 17 Sorting by Color Creating a Real Graph Comparing Sets of Objects Graphs Picture Graphs 18 Acting Out Story Problems 19 Identifying, Describing, and Comparing Circles and Rectangles 20 Oral Assessment 2 Section 3: Lessons Identifying and Ordering the Numbers 1 5 Identifying a Missing Number 22 Placing an Object on a Real Graph Graphs Picture Graphs Identifying Most and Fewest on a Graph 23 Naming a Shape Piece Using Three Attributes (Shape, Color, and Size) Describing the Relative Position of Objects 24 Matching a Number Card (1 5) to a Set of Objects Counters Compare Counters 25 Creating and Reading an AB Color Pattern Counters Explore Make 26 Creating and Reading an AB Color Pattern Counters Explore Make 27 Acting Out Story Problems 28 Identifying Ordinal Position to Fourth California Saxon Math K 21

22 29 Covering Designs Using Pattern Blocks 30-1 Sequencing Daily Events 30-2 Oral Assessment 3 Section 4: Lessons Identifying, Describing, and Comparing Triangles and Squares 32 Naming a Shape Piece Using Three Attributes (Shape, Color, and Size) Describing the Relative Position of Objects 33 Identifying, Creating, and Extending AB Sound and Movement 34 Sorting a Collection of Objects Counters Explore Sort 35 Ordering the Numbers 1 10 Identifying a Missing Number 36 Ordering the Numbers 0 10 Counting Backward from Identifying Ordinal Position to Fourth 38 Ordering the Numbers 0 10 Identifying a Missing Number 39 Identifying the Numbers Identifying the Day of the Week When Weekly Events Occur Sequencing Events 40-2 Oral Assessment 4 Solving a Problem by Looking for a Pattern Section 5: Lessons Counters Explore Make 41 Identifying Pennies Measurement Money Show Amount Counting Pennies 42 Matching a Number Card (0 10) to a Set of Counters Count Counters Objects 43 Naming a Shape Piece Using Three Attributes (Shape, Color, and Size) Identifying a Missing Piece in a Matrix Describing the Relative Position of Objects 44 Acting Out Story Problems Using Pennies Measurement Money Explore 45 Identifying Time to the Hour Measurement Clocks Time on a Clock 46 Identifying Ordinal Position to Fourth 47 Showing Time to the Hour on a Clock Measurement Clocks Time on a Clock 48 Identifying the Numbers 0 10 Identifying Before, After, and Between 49 Writing Money Amounts to 10 Cents Ordering Money Amounts to 10 Cents 50-1 Identifying an Object That Doesn t Belong to a Group 50-2 Oral Assessment 5 Solving a Problem by Acting It Out Solving a Problem by Drawing a Picture Section 6: Lessons Measurement Money Compare Amount 51 Paying for Items to 10 Cents Using Pennies Measurement Money Show Amount 52 Copying Identifying an AB Pattern Counters Explore Make 53 Comparing Objects by Weight (Mass) Measurement Balance and Scales Balance California Saxon Math K 22

23 54 Naming a Shape Piece Using Two Attributes (Shape and Color) Identifying a Missing Piece in a Matrix Describing the Relative Position of Objects 55 Copying Identifying AB and ABB Counters Explore Make 56 Exploring a Geoboard 57 Making Shapes on a Geoboard Describing and Comparing the Attributes of Geometric Shapes 58 Placing an Object on a Real Graph Graphs Picture Graphs 59 Identifying Ordinal Position Paying for Items Using Pennies 60-1 Creating, Describing, and Extending Shape 60-2 Oral Assessment 6 Solving a Problem by Acting It Out Section 7: Lessons Measurement Money Show Amount 61 Identifying a Cube Counting with One-to-One Correspondence Geometry Solid Faces, Edges, and Corners 62 Matching a Number Card to a Set Counters Count Counters 63 Copying Line Segments, Shapes, and Designs on a Geoboard 64 Estimating Collections Counting by 10 s 65 Identifying Dimes Trading 10 Pennies for a Dime Comparing Events According to Duration of Time Counting by 10 s 66 Identifying, Creating, and Extending ABB Sound and Movement 67 Counting Dimes to 50 Cents Measurement Money Show Amount 68 Paying for Items to 50 Cents Using Dimes Measurement Money Show Amount 69 Matching a Number to a Set Counters Count Counters 70-1 Sharing a Whole by Separating It into Two Equal Parts 70-2 Oral Assessment 7 Solving a Problem by Guessing and Checking Section 8: Lessons Comparing Sets of Objects Comparing Numbers Through 6 72 Weighing Objects Using Nonstandard Units Ordering Objects by Weight 73 Combining Sets by Counting On Using Numbers to Describe How Many Objects Are in a Set 74 Identifying the Numbers 0 20 Ordering the Numbers Identifying the Numbers 0 20 Identifying Before, After, and Between Counters Compare Counters Measurement Balance and Scales Balance Counters Count Counters 76 Identifying the Numbers California Saxon Math K 23

24 77 Identifying a 1-Cup Measuring Cup Measurement Equivalent Measures Following a Recipe 78 Identifying Full, Half-Full, and Empty Containers Measurement Equivalent Measures Identifying a Quart Container 79 Covering a Design in More Than One Way 80-1 Using Objects to Represent Numbers to 20 Base Ten Blocks Show Ones and Tens 80-2 Oral Assessment 8 Solving a Problem by Acting It Out Solving a Problem by Drawing a Picture Section 9: Lessons Paying for Items to \$1.00 Using Dimes Measurement Money Show Amount 82 Identifying the Seasons of the Year Comparing Temperatures During Different Seasons Placing a Tag on a Pictograph 83 Comparing Length Identifying Shorter and Longer 84 Ordering Four Objects by Length 85 Naming a Shape Piece Using Three Attributes (Shape, Color, and Size) 86 Copying Line Segments, Shapes, and Designs on a Geoboard 87 Ordering Objects by Length Measuring Length Using Nonstandard Units 88 Making an ABC Pattern Using Pattern Blocks 89 Acting Out Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories 90-1 Estimating and Measuring the Capacity of Containers Using Nonstandard Units Comparing and Ordering Containers by Capacity Writing Numerals Through 20 to Label Sets 90-2 Oral Assessment 9 Solving a Problem by Guessing and Checking Section 10: Lessons Graphs Pictographs Number Lines Add Measurement Equivalent Measures 91 Identifying Nickels Trading 5 Pennies for a Nickel Comparing Events According to Duration of Time Counting by 5 s Measurement Money Show Amount 92 Counting Nickels to 25 Cents Measurement Money Show Amount 93 Identifying a Cylinder Ordering Objects by Height Geometry Solid Count the Parts 94 Paying for Items to 25 Cents Using Nickels Measurement Money Show Amount 95 Identifying, Creating, and Extending ABC Sound and Movement 96 Paying for Items to 50 Cents Using Nickels Measurement Money Show Amount 97 Dividing by Sharing Counters Divide 98 Identifying and Ordering Numbers Comparing Sets of Objects 99 Comparing Numbers Through Identifying Hot and Cold Objects Oral Assessment 10 Solving a Problem by Drawing a Picture Counters Compare Counters California Saxon Math K 24

25 Section 11: Lessons Making an ABBC Pattern Using Pattern Blocks Counters Explore Make 102 Dividing by Sharing Counters Divide Comparing Numbers Through Identifying Right and Left 104 Exploring Tangrams 105 Sorting and Identifying Tangram Pieces Identifying Small, Medium, and Large Shapes Covering Designs Using Tangrams 106 Measuring Length Using Nonstandard Units Estimating and Measuring Length and Width Using Nonstandard Units 107 Graphing a Picture on a Pictograph Graphs Pictographs 108 Covering Designs Using Tangrams Exploring Slides, Turns, and Flips 109 Identifying the Relationship Between Larger and Smaller Numbers Counting Forward and Backward on a Number Line Matching a Number Card to a Set of Up to 20 Objects Oral Assessment 11 Solving a Problem by Drawing a Picture and Looking for a Pattern Section 12: Lessons Geometry Plane Translations Base Ten Blocks Show Ones and Tens Counters Explore Make 111 Identifying the Numbers Base Ten Blocks Show Ones and Tens 112 Identifying a Sphere Geometry Solid Faces, Edges, and Corners Ordering Objects by Size 113 Sorting Coins Measurement Money Compare Amount Comparing Events According to Duration of Time Identifying a Quarter and a Dollar 114 Covering Designs Using Tangrams Geometry Plane Translations Exploring Slides, Turns, and Flips 115 Identifying Largest and Smallest Shapes Fractions Explore Pattern Blocks Identifying and Covering Half of a Shape 116 Paying for Items Using Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, or Measurement Money Show Amount a Quarter 117 Identifying and Matching Equivalent Sets Counters Compare Counters Identifying Doubles 118 Identifying and Matching Equivalent Sets Identifying Doubles Counters Compare Counters 119 Acting Out Some, Some More Stories Estimating and Measuring the Capacity of Containers Using Nonstandard Units Ordering Containers by Capacity Writing Numerals Through 30 to Label Sets Oral Assessment 12 Solving a Problem by Guessing and Checking Section 13: Lessons Drawing Pictures for Some, Some More Stories 122 Recording the Answer to a Question on a Chart Determining Questions for a Two-Choice Survey California Saxon Math K 25

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