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2 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K SITE LICENSE / TERMS OF USE The academic vocabulary power point slides are sold on a per grade, per school basis. All slides included in this presentation are for use only by the purchasing school Additional copies can be purchased for use By using the slides you agree to only use the slides in the school for which they were purchased. You further agree not to copy or distribute the slides for use outside of the purchasing school. Thank You TERMS OF USE: ©Partners for Learning, Inc.

3 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K 2-dimensional ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Lying flat.

4 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K 3-dimensional ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Solid shapes; Having points or sides that are not all on one plane.

5 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Above ©Partners for Learning, Inc. On top of/ over; indicates location of an object. The smiley face is above the blue box.

6 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Add/Addition ©Partners for Learning, Inc. To bring two or more numbers (or things) together to make a new total = 6

7 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Addend ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Any of the numbers that are added together.

8 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Alike ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Same size, quantity, or amount. These are alike amounts.

9 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Analyze Examining parts to understand how they work together. ©Partners for Learning, Inc.

10 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K And ©Partners for Learning, Inc. To bring two or more numbers (or things) together to make a new total. 4 and 2 = 6

11 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Array A set of objects arranged in rows or columns.

12 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Attribute A character that something has, such as color, weight or height. ©Partners for Learning, Inc. The box is blue The box has 4 sides

13 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Behind ©Partners for Learning, Inc. In back of; indicated location of an object. The smiley face is behind the blue box.

14 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Below Under; indicates location of an object. The face is below the box.

15 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Beside Next to; indicates location of an object. The face is beside the box.

16 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Between ©Partners for Learning, Inc. The space that separates two things The smiley face is between the two boxes

17 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Bigger Larger in size. 123 Pig 3 is bigger than pigs 1 & 2.

18 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Capacity ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A measure of the amount something can hold. This carton of milk has a capacity of one gallon.

19 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Category A particular type of thing within a larger group; class. A kind of something. color categories red purpleblue

20 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Circle ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A 2-dimensional shape made by drawing a curve that is always the same distance from a center.

21 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Classify To sort into categories or to arrange into groups by attribute. Classify by color.

22 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Compare ©Partners for Learning, Inc. To find how things are different or the same Same size Same shape Different colors

23 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Compose To form by putting together (e.g., a geometric shape or a number). F E D CB A

24 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Cone ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A solid 3 dimensional object that a has a circular base and one vertex

25 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Corner ©Partners for Learning, Inc. The place where two lines meet.

26 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Count To say numbers in order. There are 3 apples. 123

27 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Cube A box shaped, solid object that has 6 identical square faces.

28 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Curve A line that is rounded.

29 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Cylinder A solid object with 2 identical flat ends that are circular and 1 curved side

30 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Data A collection of facts, such as values or measurements.

31 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Day A 24 hour period from midnight to the next midnight.

32 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Decompose ©Partners for Learning, Inc. To separate into parts or elements (e.g., geometric figures or numbers)

33 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Difference The result when one number is subtracted from another. -= 6 – 4 = 2

34 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Different/Difference Not the same; unlike. These shapes are different.

35 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Digit A symbol used to write the numbers.

36 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Dime A coin with a value of ten cents.

37 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Eight One more than seven; one less than nine

38 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Eighteen 1 ten and 8 ones. 18

39 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Eleven 1 ten and 1 one. 11

40 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Equal/Equivalent ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Exactly the same amount or value Two plus one equals three = 3

41 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Equation ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Says that two things are the same, using math symbols = 1 + 3

42 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Expression Numbers or symbols grouped together to show the value of something = 3 +=

43 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Fewer ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Smaller amount than something else. There are fewer (less) blue hearts than red hearts

44 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Fifteen 1 ten and 5 ones. 15

45 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Fifth The number five in a position or order of things. Friday is the fifth day of the week.

46 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. First The number one in a position or order of things. Monday is the first day of the week.

47 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Five One more than four; one less than six

48 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Flat Not curved or bumpy.

49 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Forward To move ahead.

50 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Four One more than three; one less than five

51 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Fourteen 1 ten and 4 ones. 14

52 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Fourth The number four in a position or order of things. Thursday is the fourth day of the week.

53 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Graph A drawing used to record information.

54 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Greater than ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Bigger. The symbol > means greater than. 3 > 1 three is greater than one

55 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Half One of two equal parts of a whole

56 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Heavier Weighing more than something else. An elephant is heavier than a dog.

57 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Height The distance or length from top to bottom of a three-dimensional object. h=height d=depth w=width

58 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Hexagon A six-sided polygon.

59 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K In front of ©Partners for Learning, Inc. In front of; indicates location of an object. The smiley face is in front of the blue box.

60 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Inch ©Partners for Learning, Inc. An inch is a measure of length.

61 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Larger Greater in size or amount. 123 Pig 3 is larger than the others.

62 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Length ©Partners for Learning, Inc. How long something is from end to end. length

63 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Less Smaller; not as many The boxes on the left have less squares than the one on the right.

64 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Less than ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Smaller than another. Two is less than three. 2 < 3

65 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Lighter Weighing less than something else. A dog is lighter than an elephant.

66 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Line ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A long thin mark made by a pen, pencil, etc

67 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Location ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Where something is.

68 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Longer/Longest Having a length that is greater than another. longest

69 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Match/Pair To pick two or more of the same thing.

70 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Measure To find a number that shows the size or amount of something.

71 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Minus A symbol used to show subtraction; to take away one quantity from another.

72 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K More ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Larger amount than something else. There are more red hearts than blue hearts

73 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Most ©Partners for Learning, Inc. The largest (biggest) group This box has the most squares.

74 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Next to Beside; indicates location of an object. The face is next to the box.

75 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Nine One more than eight; one less than ten

76 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Nineteen 1 ten and 9 ones. 19

77 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Number ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A number is a count or measurement. There are 2 kittens 12

78 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Number line ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A line on which each point represents a number.

79 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Numeral A symbol used to represent a number. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

80 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Object Something that can be seen and touched.

81 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. One hundred 10 sets of 10;

82 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Order ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Arrangement according to size, amount or value The frogs are in order from smallest to largest.

83 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Pattern ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Things that are arranged following a rule or rules.

84 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Penny ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A coin with the value of 1 cent.

85 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Place value ©Partners for Learning, Inc. The value of a digit in a number, based on the location of the digit. TensOnes

86 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Plus ©Partners for Learning, Inc. The symbol ( +), shows addition, to add or combine.

87 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Problem ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A question that needs a solution. How many squares are there?

88 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Quantity ©Partners for Learning, Inc. How many there are of something. How many squares are there?

89 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Rectangle ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A parallelogram with four right angles.

90 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Roll To move something by turning it over and over

91 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Row An arrangement of figures, side by side. row ©Partners for Learning, Inc.

92 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Rule ©Partners for Learning, Inc. The procedure that a count must follow.

93 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Same ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Alike in size, quantity, or amount.

94 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Second Number two in a position or order of things. Tuesday is the second day of the week.

95 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Sequence A set of numbers or objects arranged according to a specific rule or pattern. Example: Count Sequence 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

96 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Seven One more than six; one less than eight

97 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Seventeen 1 ten and 7 ones. 17

98 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Shape ©Partners for Learning, Inc. The form of an object. How it is laid out in space (not what it is made of, or where it is).

99 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Shorter Less height or length than another. shorter

100 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Side One of the lines that make a flat shape or one of the surfaces that make a solid object.

101 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Similar Having the same shape but not necessarily the same size or color; alike but not exactly the same.

102 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Six One more than five; one less than seven

103 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Sixteen 1 ten and 6 ones. 16

104 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Size ©Partners for Learning, Inc. How big something is. This dog is little. This dog is BIG

105 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Slide ©Partners for Learning, Inc. To move a shape without rotating or flipping it. The shape still looks exactly the same, just in a different place. Shape A

106 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Smaller ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Having a size that is less than that of another object. This dog is smaller. This dog is bigger.

107 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Solid A shape that is not flat; an object that has three dimensions. (height, length and width)

108 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Sort To group or organize according to shared attributes. sorted by colors red purpleblue

109 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Sphere ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Three-dimensional object that is completely round; a ball.

110 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Square ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A 4-sided polygon (a flat shape with straight sides) where all sides have equal length and every angle is a right angle (90°)

111 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Stack To put one object on top of another.

112 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Subtract/Subtraction ©Partners for Learning, Inc. To take one number away from another. 5 apples – 2 apples = 3 apples

113 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Sum ©Partners for Learning, Inc. The result of adding numbers together.

114 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Symbol ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A mark or sign used instead of words.

115 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Take away To subtract. 5 apples take away 2 apples = 3 apples

116 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Taller/Tallest ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Having more height than others. tallest

117 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Ten One more than nine; one less than eleven

118 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Tens Place value next to ones. TensOnes

119 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Third The number three in a position or order of things. Wednesday is the third day of the week.

120 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Thirteen 1 ten and 3 ones. 13

121 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Three One more than two; one less than four

122 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Triangle ©Partners for Learning, Inc. A three-sided polygon.

123 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Twelve 1 ten and 2 ones. 12

124 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Twenty Two sets of ten. 20

125 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Two One more than one; one less than three

126 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Vertex/Vertices A corner point of a geometric figure.

127 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Week Seven days.

128 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Weight ©Partners for Learning, Inc. How heavy something is or how much mass it has.

129 Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Zero A numerical figure which means the lack of any quantity; nothing, none, nil. 0


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