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essential questions and vocabulary that students will need to discuss the
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Here are the topics that students will be investigating this year:
Building on the routines that they developed in kindergarten, students review their daily schedule, attendance, calendar and the weather. Students are also reintroduced to math materials and counting strategies.
Students in this unit continue to compare numbers and, as a review from the end of their kindergarten year, combine numbers to lay the foundation for simple addition.
Much like their work in combining and decomposing numbers, students combine and decompose shapes into other shapes. The properties of shapes are also discussed, and students compare and sort triangles and quadrilaterals.
Students explore addition and subtraction through story problems, and solve them using multiple strategies and representations.
Expanding upon previous
units, students solve story problems by adding and subtracting. Students also
count as high as they can and play
In kindergarten, students measured their shoes with cubes and craft sticks. In this unit, students continue discussing measurement, focusing on comparisons and different units.
Students make combinations
of ten and later twelve using addition and subtraction games, including a more
challenging version of
This units has students extend their discussions for addition and subtraction strategies while solving story problems.
Back to big numbers! Students focus on the number sequence from 1 to 100 and beyond, looking for patterns and missing numbers. Students also learn to count by twos, fours, fives and tens.
Students start to think of two-digit numbers between 10 and 20 as a combination of a ten and ones, and form equivalent expressions such as 8 + 7 = 10 + 5.
As with their unit in three-dimensional objects in kindergarten, first graders in this final unit will match the faces of three-dimensional figures faces with two-dimensional pictures and discuss the properties of those figures. They will also construct a town of three-dimensional buildings from two-dimensional plans. Copyright 2008 Pearson Education, Inc. Download All Units for First Grade! |