Math

1st 9 Weeks:

1.11 Students will read a calendar to locate a given day or date, identify months of the year, and identify the seven days of the week.

1.1a  Students will count objects through 30 and write numerals through 30.

1.17  Students will recognize, describe, extend, create, and transfer a repeating pattern and a growing pattern using manipulatives, geometric figures, numbers or calculators.

1.12  Identify triangles, squares, circles, and rectangles base of the number of sides, vertices, and right angles.

1.13  Identify models and describe representations of circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles in the environment.

1.16  Sort a collection of objects by one or more attribute.

1.5  Identify symbols for addition and subtraction, and equal sign.  Recall adding and subtracting by 1 and 2 by counting on.

1.6  Interpret and solve by drawing a picture, using counters and/or writing a number sentence a given simple addition or subtraction story problem.

 

2nd 9 Weeks:

1.1a,b  Count objects through 100, write numerals through 100, group a collection of objects into sets of tens and ones, read two-digit numbers when shown a numeral.

1.3  Write and name the fractional parts for regions that have been divided into halves, thirds, and fourths.

1.8  Tell and match the time when shown an analog or digital clock, time to the hour.

1.7a  Identify coins and number of pennies, equivalent to a nickel, dime, and quarter.

1.5  Recall facts by mentally adding and subtracting 0 and 10.

1.6  Interpret and solve by drawing a picture, using counters and/or writing a number sentence a given simple additions or subtraction story problem.

 

3rd 9 Weeks:

1.2  Count backwards from 30.  Group and count a collection of objects by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s.

1.7b  Determine the value of a group of pennies, a group of nickels, and a group of dimes.

1.1b  Identify the place value of each digit in a two-digit numeral.

1.5  Recall facts by mentally adding doubles and making combinations of 10.

1.6  Create and solve a story problem to match a given number sentence.

1.8  Tell and match the time when shown an analog or digital clock, time to the half hour.

1.4a,b  Look at a collection of objects and pictures and estimate the quantity when given a one-digit numeral, a two-digit numeral, and a three-digit numeral; and explain the reasonableness of the choice.

1.18  Model an equation that represents the relationship of two expressions of equal value.

 

4th 9 Weeks:

1.18  Use an equal sign to show equivalent quantities.

1.5  Recall facts with making 10 strategy and near doubles.

1.6  Create and solve a story problem to match a given number sentence.

1.7b  Determine the value of a mixed set of coins including pennies, nickels, and dimes up to 100 cents.

1.14  Investigate, identify and describe various forms of data collection using tables, picture graphs, and object graphs.

1.15  Compare one category to another in a picture or object graph, make comparative statements about the category data on a graph, and interpret information displayed in graphs by answering questions that involve numerically comparing categories on a table or graph.

1.9  Measure length with nonstandard units, measure weight using a balance scale with nonstandard units, measure volume with nonstandard units.

1.10a,b  Compare the volumes of two containers, using the concepts of more, less, and equivalent.  Compare the weight/mass of two objects, using the concepts of more, less, and equivalent.