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Pre-K Mathematics Resources

Count On It
Source: GPB Education
Resource Type: Video
A fun and innovative series to teach mathematics to kids in PreK-3. Because this is PreK-3, some skills will be beyond the expectations of a preK child.It features two puppets, Blossom and Snappy, who love finding math in everyday situations.
Skill: The child will organize, represent, and build knowledge of number and quantity.
Georgia Standard: CD-MA1

Source: GPB Education
Resource Type: Interactive
GASHA GO! is a skill-building math game that focuses on developing children’s number sense. There are 3 skill levels for each game: How Many; Count Up, More or Less, Count On, and Add it Up. Skill levels may go beyond PreK expectations.
Skill: The child will organize, represent, and build knowledge of number and quantity.
Georgia Standard: CD-MA1
 
Source: PBS Learning Media
Resource Type: Activity
Elmo needs to sort his herd of kitty-cows into groups. Learn math through problem-solving with this Elmo the Musical math handout.
Skill: The child will sort, seriate, classify, and create patterns.
Georgia Standard: CD-MA4
 
Source: PBS Learning Media
Resource Type: Video
This original KET video uses a fun poem about shapes, colors, and animals to help preschool children remember that a pattern repeats. As the video closes, children are asked to complete a final pattern themselves.
Skill: The child will sort, seriate, classify, and create patterns.
Georgia Standard: CD-MA4
 
Source: PBS Learning Media
Resource Type: Video
This video from KET shows a young man hopping, skipping, and moving his body in different ways while he counts to 10. This is a great way to show young children that it doesn’t matter what they do as long as they just keep moving. Being active is vital for a healthy lifestyle, so it is important to show preschoolers that there is a way to be active in everything they do, including learning.
Skill: The child will explore, recognize and describe shapes and shape concepts.
Georgia Standard: CD-MA6
 
Source: PBS Learning Media
Resource Type: Video
Bert is playing in the "Estimation Vacation" game show! To win the grand prize, he must estimate the amount of animals standing together.
Skill: The child will use mathematical problem solving, reasoning, estimation, and communication.
Georgia Standard: CD-MA7
 
Source: PBS Learning Media
Resource Type: Video
Use this video to help children compare the sizes of objects and learn to estimate. Ramone shows Peg and Cat how to estimate. They make careful guesses of the number of recycling bins they need by looking at the sizes of junk to be recycled in them.
Skill: The child will use mathematical problem solving, reasoning, estimation, and communication.
Georgia Standard: CD-MA7
 
Source: PBS Learning Media
Resource Type: Video
In this episode of Sid the Science Kid, Sid uses a new strategy called estimation for making his best guess as to how many seashells he has.
Skill: The child will use mathematical problem solving, reasoning, estimation, and communication.
Georgia Standard: CD-MA7