Mathematic Curriculum is developed concurrently number sense and the language of math such as remember the dot numbered flash cards or learn to count, to calculate base on numbering conventions. Students are also taught the concept of chain rule to understand the basic rules of mathematics and nature. They become acquainted to analyzing and processing the data as basic as pairing two objects to charting and reading simple charts. Geometry and geometric space introduce students to the characteristics of 2D and 3D shapes, and increase their navigation ability.
Key Development Indicators
1. Number words and symbols: Children recognize and use number words and symbols.
2. Counting: Children count things.
3. Part-whole relationships: Children combine and separate quantities of objects.
4. Shapes: Children identify, name, and describe shapes.
5. Spatial awareness: Children recognize spatial relationships among people and objects.
6. Measuring: Children measure to describe, compare, and order things.
7. Unit: Children understand and use the concept of unit.
8. Patterns: Children identify, describe, copy, complete, and create patterns.
9. Data analysis: Children use information about quantity to draw conclusions, make decisions, and solve problems.