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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Decompose ©Partners for Learning, Inc. To separate into parts or elements (e.g., geometric figures or numbers). 3 + 0 2 + 1 1 + 2 0 + 3

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

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

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

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Eight One more than seven; one less than nine. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Equal/Equivalent ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Exactly the same amount or value Two plus one equals three 2 + 1 = 3

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Equation ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Says that two things are the same, using math symbols. 2 + 2 = 1 + 3

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Expression Numbers or symbols grouped together to show the value of something 2 + 1 = 3 +=

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

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

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.

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.

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Five One more than four; one less than six. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Four One more than three; one less than five. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Less Smaller; not as many. 3 5 2 The boxes on the left have less squares than the one on the right.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K Most ©Partners for Learning, Inc. The largest (biggest) group 3 5 2 This box has the most squares.

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Nine One more than eight; one less than ten. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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

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

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

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

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. One hundred 10 sets of 10; 100. 100

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Seven One more than six; one less than eight. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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

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).

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

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.

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.

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Six One more than five; one less than seven. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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

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

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

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.

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)

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

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

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°)

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

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

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

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

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Ten One more than nine; one less than eleven. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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

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.

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Three One more than two; one less than four. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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

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

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

Mathematics Vocabulary – Grade K ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Two One more than one; one less than three. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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

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

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

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