**Counting & Cardinality**

**Know Numbers and Count**1. Students can count to 100 by ones and tens. (K.CC.A.1)

2. Students can count forward starting at any number I have learned. (K.CC.A.I)

3. Students can write numbers from 0 to 20. (K.CC.A.2)

4. Students can write a number to tell about a group of 0 to 20 things. (K.CC.A.I)

**Count to Tell the Number of Things**5. Students can understand how number names go with counting things in the right order. (K.CC.B.4)

6. Students can name the number for each thing in a group as I count them. (K.CC.B.4A)

7. Students can understand that the last thing I count tells the number of things in a group. (K.CC.B.4B)

8. Students can understand that things in a group can be moved around and the total number will be the same. (K.CC.B.4B)

**Understand****the Next Number Said Means One More**9. Students can count up to 20 to tell how many things are in a line, a box, or a circle. (K.CC.B.5)

10. Students can count up to 10 to tell how many things are in a group. (K.CC.B.5)

11. Students can count out a group of things when someone gives them any number from 1 to 20. (K.CC.B.5)

**Compare Numbers**12. Students can use matching or counting to tell if a group of objects in one group is bigger, smaller or the same as a group of objects in another group. (K.CC.C.6)

13. Students can compare two written numbers between 1 and 10. (K.CC.C.7)_