They use logical reasoning to solve everyday problems and can effectively use language to compare and describe objects and shapes. They can count to "100", recognize written numerals "0 - 20" and add and subtract using numbers up to "10". Four and Five-year-olds know how to graph, understand measurement, and problem solve.

*Age-appropriate math lessons listed below are included in the math curriculum:*

- What is Number Sense
- What are Number Operations
- Whole Number Operations
- Connecting Math and Literature
- Teaching Math Vocabulary
- Teaching with Math Manipulatives
- Fractions - Games to Develop

- Fraction Number Sense
- Fraction Math Manipulatives
- Geometry and Spatial Sense
- Attribute Blocks
- Sorting Games
- Graphing Activities
- Teaching Measurement
- Review of Number Activities

- Learning Numbers
- Number Games
- Numbers and Counting
- Fractions
- Patterns
- Problem Solving
- Math and Literature
- Ordinal Numbers