Math

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    The first grade students use the Pearson series titled enVisionmath2.0. The math curriculum is organized into 15 topics. Each topic consists of 4 - 10 lessons related to the main mathematical idea of the topic. Topics begin with a review of what you know and end with a topic assessment. Lessons begin with an interactive math story, followed by a math and science activity, daily review, reteach to build understanding, and ending with center games. 

    Our class will be engaging in many hands-on activities using manipulatives and write on/wipe off workmats.  

    Topic 1 - Solve Addition and Subtraction Problems to 10  

        Lessons:

    • 1-1:   Solve Problems: Add To
    • 1-2:   Solve Problems: Put Together
    • 1-3:   Solve Problems: Both Addends Unknown
    • 1-4:   Solve Problems: Take From  
    • 1-5:   Solve Problems: Compare Situations
    • 1-6:   Continue to Solve Problems: Compare Situations
    • 1-7:   Practice Solving Problems: Add To
    • 1-8:   Solve Problems: Put Together/Take Apart
    • 1-9:   Math Practices and Problem Solving     

    Topic 2 - Fluently Add and Subtract Within 10

        Lessons:

    • 2-1:   Count on to Add
    • 2-2:   Doubles
    • 2-3:   Near Doubles
    • 2-4:   Facts with 5 on a Ten-Frame
    • 2-5:   Add in Any Order
    • 2-6:   Count Back to Subtract
    • 2-7:   Think Addition to Subtract
    • 2-8:   Continue to Think Addition to Subtract
    • 2-9:   Solve Word Problems with Facts to 10
    • 2-10:  Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 3 - Addition Facts to 20: Use Strategies

        Lessons:

    • 3-1:   Count On to Add
    • 3-2:   Count On to Add Using an Open Number Line
    • 3-3:   Doubles
    • 3-4:   Doubles Plus 1
    • 3-5:   Doubles Plus 2
    • 3-6:   Make 10 to Add
    • 3-7:   Continue to Make 10 to Add
    • 3-8:   Explain Addition Strategies
    • 3-9:   Solve Addition Word Problems with Facts to 20
    • 3-10:  Math Practices and Problem Solving 

    Topic 4 - Subtraction Facts to 20: Use Strategies

        Lessons:

    • 4-1:   Count to Subtract
    • 4-2:   Make 10 to Subtract
    • 4-3:   Continue to Make 10 to Subtract
    • 4-4:   Fact Families
    • 4-5:   Use Addition to Subtract
    • 4-6:   Continue to Use Addition to Subtract
    • 4-7:   Explain Subtraction Strategies
    • 4-8:   Solve Word Problems with Facts to 20
    • 4-9:   Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 5 - Work with Addition and Subtraction Equations

        Lessons:

    • 5-1:   Find the Unknown Numbers
    • 5-2:   True or False Equations
    • 5-3:   Make True Equations
    • 5-4:   Word Problems with Three Addends
    • 5-5:   Add Three Numbers
    • 5-6:   Solve Addition and Subtraction Word Problems
    • 5-7:   Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 6 - Represent and Interpret Data

        Lessons:

    • 6-1:   Organize Data into Three categories
    • 6-2:   Collect and Represent Data
    • 6-3:   Interpret Data
    • 6-4:   Continue to Interpret Data
    • 6-5:   Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 7 - Extend the Counting Sequence

        Lessons:

    • 7-1:   Count by 10s to 120
    • 7-2:   Count by 1s to 120
    • 7-3:   Count on a Number Chart to 120
    • 7-4:   Count by 1s or 10s to 120
    • 7-5:   Count on an Open Number Line
    • 7-6:   Count and Write Numerals
    • 7-7:   Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 8 - Understand Place Value

        Lessons:

    • 8-1:   Make Numbers 11 to 19
    • 8-2:   Numbers Made with Tens
    • 8-3:   Count with Groups of Tens and Leftovers
    • 8-4:   Tens and Ones
    • 8-5:   Continue with Tens and Ones
    • 8-6:   Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 9 - Compare Two-Digit Numbers

        Lessons:

    • 9-1:   1 More, 1 Less, 10 More, 10 Less
    • 9-2:   Make Numbers on a Hundred Chart
    • 9-3:   Compare Numbers
    • 9-4:   Compare Numbers with Symbols (>, <, =)
    • 9-5:   Compare Numbers on a Number Line
    • 9-6:   Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 10 - Use Models and Strategies to Add Tens and Ones

        Lessons:   

    • 10-1:  Add Tens Using Models
    • 10-2:  Mental Math: Ten More Than a NUmber
    • 10-3:  Add Tens and Ones Using a Hundred Chart
    • 10-4:  Add Tens and Ones Using an Open Number Line
    • 10-5:  Add Tens and Ones Using Models
    • 10-6:  Make a Ten to Add
    • 10-7:  Add Using Place Value
    • 10-8:  Practice Adding Using Strategies
    • 10-9:  Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 11 - Use Models and Strategies to Subtract Tens

        Lessons:

    • 11-1:  Subtract Tens Using Models
    • 11-2:  Subtract Tens Using a Hundred Chart
    • 11-3:  Subtract Tens Using an Open Number Line
    • 11-4:  Use Addition to Subtract Tens
    • 11-5:  Mental Math: Ten Less Than a Number
    • 11-6:  Use Strategies to Practice Subtraction
    • 11-7:  Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 12 - Measure Lengths

        Lessons:

    • 12-1:  Compare and Order by Length
    • 12-2:  Indirect Measurement
    • 12-3:  Use Units to Measure Length
    • 12-4:  Continue to Measure Length
    • 12-5:  Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 13 - Time

        Lessons:

    • 13-1:  Understand the Hour and Minute Hands
    • 13-2:  Tell and Write Time to the Hour
    • 13-3:  Tell and Write Time to the Half Hour
    • 13-4:  Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 14 - Reason with Shapes and Their Attributes

        Lessons:

    • 14-1:  Use Attributes to Define Two-Dimensional (2-D) Shapes
    • 14-2:  Defining and Non-Defining Attributes of 2-D Shapes
    • 14-3:  Build and Draw 2-D Shapes by Attributes
    • 14-4:  Compose 2-D Shapes
    • 14-5:  Compose New 2-D Shapes from 2-D Shapes
    • 14-6:  Use Attributes to Define Three-Dimensional (3-D) Shapes
    • 14-7:  Defining and Non-Defining Attributes of 3-D Shapes
    • 14-8:  Compose with 3-D Shapes
    • 14-9:  Math Practices and Problem Solving

    Topic 15 - Equal Shares of Circles and Rectangles

        Lessons:

    • 15-1:  Make Equal Shares
    • 15-2:  Make Halves and Fourths of Rectangles and Circles
    • 15-3:  Understand Halves and Fourths
    • 15-4:  Math Practices and Problem Solving