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Common Core Connections MATH Chicago Children's Museum's mission is to improve children’s lives by creating a community where play and learning connect. Math is all around us and recent research has shown that early math success is one of the best predictors of a child’s school success across the curriculum. Moreover, the world is continuing to move into an age where many jobs that require
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    ChicagoChildrensMuseum.org   At Navy Pier ã Open daily at 10 am ã (312) 527 - 1000   Chicago Children's Museum's mission is to improve children’s lives by creating a community where play and learning connect.   Math is all around us and recent research has shown that early math success is one of the best predictors of a child’s school success across the curriculum. Moreover, the world is connuing to move into an age where many jobs that require strong understanding of mathemacs are at the heart of technological advancement (Erikson Instute, 2014). We need to work together to beer prepare our youngest learners to excel mathemacally!   A visit to CCM helps your students make connecons to real world math OUTSIDE the classroom! Early mathemacs encompass many BIG IDEAS of learning that CCM supports in and among our exploratory exhibits such as:    Attributes and Sets At Chicago Children’s Museum children discover that aributes can be used to make collecons and that sets can be sorted in dierent ways. They will also compare and order sets during their visit.   Number Sense and Counting At Chicago Children’s Museum children pracce counng to nd out “how many”, while also exploring quanty as an aribute to a set of objects.   Number Operations During their visit children discover that sets are changed by adding or taking away items, while also using sets to nd how many more, how many less or equality. Geometry and Spatial Relationships Shapes abound at Chicago Children’s Museum! Children dene and classify shapes (both 2 - D and 3 - D), and then study the relaonships between objects and their experiences with those objects.   Measurement Children measure various aributes of objects in our exhibits. Through fair comparisons, children will also discover that assigning a quanty to measurements helps us to describe and compare.   This guide is a tool to help you plan for a math experience at Chicago Children’s Museum. Each descripon of the museum’s permanent exhibit is followed by the most relevant connecons to Common Core State Math Standards and the Math Pracces. Chicago Children’s Museum’s Student and Educator Programs are part of the Karen Harrison Student Connecons Program.   1 Common Core Connections MATH    ChicagoChildrensMuseum.org   At Navy Pier ã Open daily at 10 am ã (312) 527 - 1000   Permanent Exhibits   Kids Town In this child - sized cityscape children explore a grocery store, a CTA bus, gas staon, and construcon site. Designed especially for early learners (age 5 and younger), this space promotes measuring, making sets and counng in a variety of ways.   Prekindergarten IELS Math   6.D.EC Make comparisons of quanes.   8.B.ECa Begin to order objects in series or rows.   Kindergarten CCSS Math   K.MD.1 - 2   Describe and compare measureable aributes.   K.MD.3 Classify objects and count the number of objects in each category.   Standards for Mathematical Practices Reason abstractly and quantavely.   Dinosaur Expedition In this exhibit, children dig for bones in the excavaon pit and learn what it’s like to be a real paleontologist. They count and quanfy the bones and materials they unearth, while also comparing the size of the bones.   Prekindergarten IELS Math   7.A.EC Demonstrate a beginning understanding of measurement, including vocabulary.   7.B.EC Show understanding of and use comparave words.   Kindergarten-First CCSS Math   K.CC.4 Count and tell the number of the objects.   K.MD.1 - 2   Describe and compare measureable aributes.   1.OA.5 Relate counng to addion and subtracon (counng on).   Prekindergarten  —  Second Grade Standards for Mathematical Practices Reason abstractly and quantavely.   Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.   3  ChicagoChildrensMuseum.org   At Navy Pier ã Open daily at 10 am ã (312) 527 - 1000   Permanent Exhibits   Skyline   Children collaborate to design and build their own one - of  - a - kind structure using wooden struts, real tools, and authenc construcon gear. While building, children explore geometry and esmate measurements of objects.   Prekindergarten IELS Math   7.B.EC Show understanding of and use of comparave words.   7.C.EC Incorporate esmang and measuring acvies into play.   9.A.EC Recognize geometric shapes and structures in the environment.   Kindergarten CCSS Math   K.MD.1 - 2   Describe and compare measureable aributes.   K.G.2 Correctly name shapes regardless of their orientaons or overall size.   K.G.4 Analyze and compare two and three dimensional shapes using informal language to   describe similaries and dierences.   K.G.5 Model shapes in the world by building shapes from components.   First Grade CCSS Math   1.MD.1 Order three objects by length; compare the lengths.   1.MD.2 Express the length of an object as a whole number of length units.   1.G.1 Disnguish between dening/non - dening aributes; build and draw shapes.   1.G.2 Compose 2 - D or 3 - D shapes to create a composite shape, and compose new shapes.   Second Grade CCSS Math   2.MD.3 Esmate lengths using units of inches, feet, cenmeters and meters.   2.G.1 Recognize and draw shapes having specic aributes, such as angles, faces and idenfy shapes.   Prekindergarten  —  Second Grade Standards for Mathematical Practices Reason abstractly and quantavely.   Model with mathemacs.   Construct viable arguments and crique the reasoning of others.   4  ChicagoChildrensMuseum.org   At Navy Pier ã Open daily at 10 am ã (312) 527 - 1000   Permanent Exhibits   Michael’s Museum   Children observe nearly 100 collecons of ny objects, use magniers and rulers to gain new perspecves, sort and organize hundreds of ny treasures. Lastly, children explore early computaon by combining and separang sets/collecons they see.   Prekindergarten   IELS Math   6.A.ECa - b Use concepts that include counng and one - to - one correspondence, while understanding “how many” in a set.   8.A.EC Sort and classify objects by a variety of properes.   8.C.EC Parcipate in situaons that involve addion and subtracon using manipulaves. Kindergarten   CCSS Math   K.CC.4 - 5 Count to tell the number of objects.   K.CC.6 - 7 Compare numbers in a set.   K.OA.1 Understand addion as pung together and subtracon as taking apart/from.   First Grade CCSS Math   1.OA.1 Represent and solve problems involving addion and subtracon.   1.MD.1 Order three objects by length; compare the lengths.   1.MD.4 Organize , represent and interpret data in up to three categories, including how many   in each category and how many more or less are in one than the other.   Second Grade CCSS Math   2.OA.3 Determine whether a group of objects has an odd or even number of members using various strategies.   2.NBT.7 Add and subtract within 1000, using concrete models or drawings and various strategies.   Prekindergarten  —  Second Grade Standards for Mathematical Practices Reason abstractly and quantavely.   Construct viable arguments and crique the reasoning of others.   Model with mathemacs.   5
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