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  • 1. First Grade Math
    Teaching for Understanding
  • 2. Our Math Students Are:
    Learners who understand concepts of math
    basic algebra,
    geometry,
    problem solving, and
    reasoning.
    Learners who are proficient in computation.
    Learners who can apply the concepts efficiently.
  • 3. Then and Now
    1) 9 + 0 =
    2) 5 + 1 =
    3) 7 + 1 =
    4) 4+ 3 =
    I have 7 things on my plate.
    Some are peas. Some are carrots.
    How many of each could I have?
    How many peas? How many carrots?
  • 4. Then
    1) 9 + 0 =
    2) 5 + 1 =
    3) 7 + 1 =
    4) 4+ 3 =
  • 5. Now
    I have 7 things on my plate.
    Some are peas. Some are carrots.
    How many of each could I have?
    How many peas? How many carrots?
  • 6. Unit 1 How Many of Each?
    Addition, subtraction and the number system
    Introduction to classroom routines and math materials used throughout the year
    Activities that focus on counting, comparing, and ordering quantities
    Games that combine two quantities
    Addition story problems
    Work to find different 2-addend combinations of the same number
  • 7. Unit 2 Making Shapes and Designing Quilts
    2-D Geometry
    Find different combinations of shapes to fill an outlined area
    Making shapes from smaller shapes
    Shapes Software
    Students describe, sort, and classify shapes
    Combine triangles and squares to make various quilt square designs
  • 8. Unit 3 Solving Story Problems
    Addition, subtraction and the number system
    Students continue to develop the strategy of counting and they are introduced to the operation of subtraction.
  • 9. Unit 4 What Would You Rather Be?
    Data Analysis
    Students will describe and sort collections of objects according to specific attributes.
  • 10. Unit 5 Fish Lengths and Animal Jumps
    Measurement
    Students will develop accurate measurement techniques as they measure the length of various objects using several different units, including inch tiles.
  • 11. Unit 6 Number Games and Crayon Puzzles
    Addition, subtraction and the number system
    Students focus on combinations of 10 as they practice routines, play games, and solve story problems.
    Students develop strategies for combining numbers as they solve problems.
    Students refine their understanding of the operations of addition and subtraction as they play games and solve story problems.
  • 12. Unit 7 Color, Shape, and Number Patterns
    Patterns and Functions
    Color, shape, and number patterns
    Ideas about patterns, sequence, and functions in early algebraic foundations
  • 13. Unit 8 Twos, Fives and Tens
    Develop ideas about counting and quantity
    Composition of numbers
    Operations of addition and subtraction
    Revisit number sequence, counting to 100 and beyond
  • 14. Unit 9 Blocks and Boxes
    2-D and 3-D shapes and relationships between them
    Observing, describing, comparing, and building 3-D shapes
  • 15. What next…?
    Tomorrow your child will come home with a math bookmark, questions for helping your child with homework and a letter from our IBJ math consultant.
    A letter about Student Math Handbooks will come home with a portion to sign and return.
    The Student Math Handbooks will come home for you to use at home when doing math homework.
    Thanks for coming!