## Lessons by Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards (IELD)

### IELD Goal 6

6A: Demonstrate beginning understanding of numbers, number names, and numerals.

• #### What’s in a Name?

6B: Add and subtract to create new numbers and begin to construct sets.

• #### Yahtzee

6C: Begin to make reasonable estimates of numbers.

• #### Take a Trip with Rooster

6D: Compare quantities using appropriate vocabulary terms.

### IELD Goal 7

7A: Measure objects and quantities using direct comparison methods and nonstandard units.

• #### Yummy Cookie Fun

7B: Begin to make estimates of measurements.

• #### Who Sank the Boat?

7C: Explore tools used for measurement.

### IELD Goal 8

8A: Explore objects and patterns.

• #### Who’s Hiding?

8B: Describe and document patterns using symbols.

### IELD Goal 9

9A: Recognize, name, and match common shapes.

• #### When a Line Bends, a Shape Begins

9B: Demonstrate an understanding of location and ordinal position, using appropriate vocabulary.

### IELD Goal 10

10A: Generate questions and processes for answering them.

• #### Who’s Hiding?

10B: Organize and describe data and information.

• #### Who’s Hiding?

10C: Determine, describe, and apply the probabilities of events.

### IELD Goal 11

11A: Develop beginning skills in the use of science and engineering practices, such as observing, asking questions, solving problems, and drawing conclusions.

### IELD Goal 12

12A: Understand that living things grow and change.

12B: Understand that living things rely on the environment and/or others to live and grow.

12C: Explore the physical properties of objects.

12D: Explore concepts of force and motion.

12E: Explore concepts and information related to the earth, including ways to take care of our planet.

12F: Explore changes related to the weather and seasons.

### IELD Goal 13

13A: Understand rules to follow when investigating and exploring.

13B: Use tools and technology to assist with science and engineering investigations.