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  • Course Code
    MA.GRDMA101
    Content Area
    Math
    Description
    First grade students will flexibly work with numbers to build their number sense.  Students build confidence and fluency working with numbers to 20 using a variety of strategies.  Students will count, add, and subtract numbers to 120.  Students will continue to apply learned strategies when solving real-world problems.  Students will understand and apply measurement, money, time, and data skills to deepen their understanding of mathematics.

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Unit Description
Details
1MA01Numbers and Number Bonds to 10
Students will learn to read and write numbers to 10. Students are introduced to number bonds to show part-whole relationships.
1MA02Addition and Subtraction to 10
Students will learn strategies to solve addition and subtraction problems and use problem solving skills to solve simple real world problems.
1MA03Shapes and Patterns Ordinal Numbers and Positions
Students will compare how shapes are alike and different by describing their attributes and properties. They will be able to recognize them from different perspectives and orientations.
Students will compose and decompose plane and solid shapes.
Students will be able to create patterns. Students will use ordinal numbers to describe the positions of specific objects or persons in a row.

1MA04Numbers to 20, Addition/Subtraction Facts to 20
Students will learn to count, read, and write numbers within 20.
Students will learn more strategies for addition and subtraction as they solve problems that include numbers between 10 and 20.
1MA05Length and Weight
Students will compare lengths of two objects directly and indirectly and they will order several objects according to length.
Students will use non-standard units to measure length. Students will use a balance to compare the weight of objects. Students will use non-standard units to measure weight.
1MA06Graphs
Students use counting skills to collect data. Students use the data to compile a variety of graphs. Students will interpret information from the graphs.
1MA07Numbers to 40, Addition and Subtraction to 40
Students will count, compare, and order numbers to 40. Students will learn more strategies for addition and subtraction as they solve problems that include numbers up to 40.
1MA08Mental Math Strategies
Students will use mental math strategies to solve more complex computational and real world problems. Students will use estimation to check the validity of their calculations.
1MA09Numbers to 120, Addition and Subtraction to 100
Students will count on from 40 to 120.
Students will add and subtract numbers to 100.
1MA10Calendar, Time, and Money
Students will learn how to read a calendar. Students will learn to tell the time to the hour and half hour. Student will learn to identify and count coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters).
Students will use addition and subtraction in real world situations that involve money.
1MA11Getting Ready for Multiplication and Division
Students will use addition concepts to begin forming an understanding of multiplication. Students will explore both
meanings of division: finding the numbers of equal groups of a given size and finding the size of a given number of groups.