Table of Contents
 Numbers up to 10
 Writing Numbers up to 10
 Counting Forward and Backward with Numbers up to 10

Comparing Numbers up to 10
 Comparing Groups of Objects: Equal
 Comparing Groups of Objects: More Than
 Comparing Groups of Objects: Less Than
 Comparing Groups by Matching
 Comparing Groups by Counting up to 10
 The Comparison Symbols
 Comparing Numbers up to 10 Using Words
 Comparing Numbers up to 10 Using Symbols
 Ordering Numbers up to 10
 Numbers up to 10 on a Number Line
 Representing Addition
 Adding Numbers up to 10
 Representing Subtraction

Subtracting Numbers up to 10
 Subtracting from 3, 4, and 5
 Subtracting from 6 and 7
 Subtracting from 8 and 9
 Subtracting from 10
 Related Subtraction Equations
 Subtracting by Counting Back: Numbers up to 10
 Subtracting Zero and All
 Word Problems: Taking From
 Word Problems: Taking Apart
 Subtract to Compare
 Missing Numbers in Subtraction Equations
 Adding and Subtracting Numbers up to 10
 Numbers up to 20
 Making Teen Numbers
 Comparing Numbers up to 20
 Adding Numbers up to 20

Subtracting Numbers up to 20
 Subtracting by Counting Back: Numbers up to 20
 Subtracting Numbers up to 20 on a Number Line
 Subtracting Ones From Teen Numbers
 Subtracting Ones from Teen Numbers: Making Ten
 Subtracting Ones from Teen Numbers: Number Line
 Subtracting Ones from Teen Numbers: Subtracting From Ten
 Subtracting Teen Numbers
 Adding and Subtracting Numbers up to 20
 3D Shapes
 2D Shapes

Position and Direction
 “Before” and “After”
 “Left,” “Right,” “Next To,” and “Between”
 “Top,” “Middle,” and “Bottom”
 “Over,” “Under,” “Above,” and “Below”
 “In Front” and “Behind”
 “Near,” “Far,” “Close,” and “Around”
 “Inside” and “Outside”
 Positions of 2D Shapes
 Positions of 3D Shapes
 Describing Turns
 “Up,” “Down,” “Forward,” and “Backward”
 Giving Directions
 Numbers up to 50
 Length and Height
 Multiplication
 Division
 Halves and Quarters
 Weight and Volume
 Numbers to 100
 Comparing Numbers to 100
 Counting Patterns

Time
 Ordering Events Using “Before” and “After”
 Morning, Afternoon, and Evening
 Reading Schedules
 Days of the Week
 Months of the Year
 Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
 Reading Calendars
 Telling Time in Words: Time to the Hour
 Telling Time in Words: Time to the Half Hour
 Choosing Seconds, Minutes, or Hours
 Comparing: Faster, Slower, Earlier, and Later
 Money