Kindergarten: Demonstrating Literacy and Mathematics Behaviour
Retell experiences, events, and familiar stories in proper sequence (e.g., orally; in new and creative ways; using drama, visual arts, non-verbal communication, and representations; in a conversation) (1.10)
Select an attribute to measure (e.g., capacity), determine an appropriate non-standard unit of measure, and measure and compare two or more objects (16.1)
Investigate strategies and materials used when measuring with non-standard units of measure (16.2)
Kindergarten: Belonging and Contributing
Develop an awareness of the ways in which people adapt to the places in which they live (28.3)
Identify similarities and differences between local environments (29.1)
Describe what would happen if something in the local environment changes (e.g., if trees in a park were cut down, if the pond dried up) (29.2)
Introduce the idea of imprints around us — in the snow, sand, grass, or mud.
The educator should point out that impressions are human or animal footprints on the grounds surface.