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Daily Math Practice provides a week's worth of problems ideal for morning work or review. Week 7 supports Common Core Mathematics Standards K.CC.A.1, K.CC.A.2, K.CC.A.3, K.CC.A.4, K.CC.A.5, K.G.A.1, & K.G.A.2.

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Kindergarten - Daily Math Practice - Week 7 (Kindergarten)

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DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 7
DAY 1DAY 2
Write the numbers 9, 10, 11.
1/2 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Write the numbers 12, 13, 14.
1/2 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Draw one more rectangle.
White RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite Rectangle
How many rectangles now?
Count forward from 7.
Write the missing number.

7, 8, 9, 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Count by tens. How many?
Ten Cubes Ten Cubes Ten Cubes Ten Cubes
20 30 40
Circle the name of the shape.
Summer - Ice Cream

Cone OR Cylinder
Color the triangle in the middle.

Draw 2 hexagons.



DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 7
DAY 3DAY 4
Write the numbers 15, 16, 17.
1/2 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Write the numbers 18, 19, 20.
1/2 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Draw one more rectangle.
White RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite RectangleWhite Rectangle
How many rectangles now?
Count forward from 10.
Write the missing number.

10, 11, 12, 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Count by tens. How many?
Ten Cubes Ten Cubes Ten Cubes Ten Cubes Ten Cubes Ten Cubes Ten Cubes
70 80 90
Circle the name of the shape.
Back To School - Globe

Cube OR Sphere
Color the shape next to the square.

Draw 4 triangles.



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