Math

Math Standards

1st Nine Weeks

  • 1.1a and 1.2 Count objects through 30
  • 1.1a Write numerals through 30
  • CCPS Compare numbers trough 30 using words
  • 1.16 Sort a collection of objects by one or more attribute (color, shape, size, or thickness)
  • 1.17 Recognize, describe, and extend a repeating pattern
  • 1.17 Recognize, describe, and extend a growing pattern using objects or pictures
  • 1.18 Use an equal sign to show equivalent quantities and shapes and concrete objects
  • 1.6 Find the answer by drawing a picture using a counter and/or writing a number sentence when given a simple addition or subtraction story problem involving joining/separating or part-part-whole
  • 1.5 Mentally add 1 or 2 by counting on or using relationships and mentally subtract 1 or 2 by counting back or using relationships
  • 1.11 Use calendar language appropriately during the daily calendar time. Read calendar to locate a given day or date
  • 1.11 Identify months of the year
  • 1.11 Identity the seven days of the week
  • 1.12 Identify triangles, squares, circles and rectangles based on number of sides, vertices, and right angles
  • 1.12 Describe triangles, squares, and rectangles by the number of sides, vertices, and right angles (and proximity – CCPS)
  • 1.12 Sort plane figures into appropriate subsets (categories) based on characteristics (number of sides, vertices, angels, curved, ect) Recognize, describe, and extend an arithmetic number pattern (skip counting). Transform shapes
  • 1.13 Describe responsibilities of circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles in the environment and explain the reasonableness of the choice (i.e “I know it’s a rectangle because it looks like a door, and I know a door is a rectangle.”

2nd Nine Weeks

  • 1.1a and 1.2 Count objects through 100
  • 1.1b Group a collection of objects into sets of tens and ones
  • 1.1b Read two-digit numbers when shown a numeral, a Base-10 model of the number, or a pictorial representation of the number
  • 1.1b Write the numeral that corresponds to the total number of objects in a given collection of objects that have been grouped into sets of tens and ones
  • 1.1a Write numerals through 100
  • CCPS Compare numbers through 100 using words
  • 1.3 Name the fractional parts for regions that have been divided into halves, thirds, and fourths
  • 1.3 Name fractional parts for sets that show halves, thirds, and fourths
  • 1.18 use an equal sign to show equivalent vales of pennies and coins
  • 1.6 Find the answer by drawing a picture using counters and/or writing a number sentence when given a simple addition or subtraction story problem involving joining/separating or part-part-whole
  • Mentally add or subtract 0
  • Mentally add or subtract 10
  • 1.11 Determine the days/dates before and after a given date (e.g yesterday, today, and tomorrow)
  • 1.8 Say the time when shown an analog or digital clock, time to the hour
  • 1.7a Identify coins and the number of pennies, equivalent to a nickel, dime, and quarter
  • 1.14 Identify a table or picture/object graph that matches a common data gathering experience (i.e. Which graph shows us about weather?)
  • 1.14 Collect data in various forms (counting, tallying, informal surveys, observation, and voting).
  • 1.14 Correctly identify the number of items in each category on graph
  • 1.15 Answer questions about which category has more, less (or fewer)
  • 1.15 Make comparative statements about the category data on a graph (i.e. The number of __ is greater than the number of __)

3rd Nine Weeks

  • 1.2 Count backwards from 30
  • 1.2 Group and count a collection of objects by 2s, 5s, 10s
  • 1.1b Identify the place value (ones, tens) of each digit in a two-digit number (e.g. The place value of 2 in the number 23 is tens. The value of the 2 in the number 23 is 20)
  • 1.18 Model an equation that represents the relationship of two expressions of equal value (i.e. ____ + 2 = 8)
  • 1.6 Find the answer by drawing a picture, using counter and/or writing a number sentence when given a simple addition or subtraction story problem involving joining/separating or part-part-whole
  • 1.6 Create and solve a story problem to match a given number sentence
  • 1.5 Mentally recall most doubles combinations through 9 + 9
  • 1.5 Know combinations of numbers 10 and be able to give the missing part when the whole is known and one part is shown. Making ten strategy.
  • 1.4 Look at a collection of objects or a picture and estimate the quantity when given a one-digit numeral, two-digit numeral, and three-digit numeral (e.g. 5,50,500) and explain the reasonableness of the choice
  • 1.11 Determine the data that is a specific number of days or weeks in the past or future from a given date or a specific date, using a calendar
  • 1.8 Say the time when shown an analog or digital clock, time to the half hour
  • 1.7b Determine the value of a group of pennies, a group of nickels, and a group of dimes

4th Nine Weeks

  • 1.18 Use an equal sign to show equivalent quantities ( i.e. 3 = 3, 4 + 3 = 8 – 1)
  • 1.6 Find the answer by drawing a picture, using counter and/or writing a number sentence when given a simple addition or subtraction story problem involving joining.separating or part-part-whole
  • 1.5 Identify a near doubles fact and demonstrate the mental process of using a double to find the sum
  • 1.5 Demonstrate the use of the making ten strategy with/without counters
  • 1.9 Measure length with nonstandard units
  • 1.9 Measure weight with nonstandard units
  • 1.9 Measure volume with nonstandard units
  • 1.10a Compare the volumes of two containers, using the concepts of more, less, and equivalent
  • Identify a specific dates (e.g. the third Monday in a given month)
  • Determine the value of a mixed set of coins including pennies, nickles, and dimes up to 100 cents
  • 1.15 Answer questions that involve numerically comparing categories on a table or graph (How many more? How many fewer?)
  • 1.14 Correctly identify the number of items in each category and the dta as a whole on a graph
  • 1.15 Answer questions about which category has more, less (or fewer)