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1st Grade Pacing Guide/Expressions Mercer Island School District 2009-2010 Time Frame Unit Topic / Performance Expectations Skills Trace Vocabulary Assessments Beginning of the Year Test (Assessment Guide) 30 Days Unit 1 Numbers Find partners of numbers. Days of the Week Unit 1 Test Number Parade 9/3 – 10/16 Early Number 1.1.I Classify a number as odd or even and demonstrate Draw 1 through 10 objects. SAB pgs. 41 - Number Activities that it is odd or even. Show numbers using 5-groups. Math 42 1.1.D Order objects or events using ordinal numbers. Identify and continue patterns. Shape Operations Daily Routines Zero / One / Two 1.2.A Connect physical and pictorial representations to Pair See Money Routine (T.E. Xxiii – Repeating pattern addition and subtraction equations. XXiV) Triangle 1.2.B Use the equal sign (=) and the word equals to 120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Side / corner indicate that two expressions are equivalent. Number Path, Secret Code Cards Rectangle / square 1.2.E Add three or more one-digit numbers using the Begin at 0 Total commutative and associative properties of addition. Turn Add 2 pennies each day for 10 1.1.F Fluently compose and decompose numbers to 10. Break-Apart Stick days (get to 20) Partner 1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match Add 3 pennies each day for 10 Addend addition or subtraction equations. days (get to 50) Plus sign Algebra Add 4 pennies each day for 5 days Pentagon 1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match (get to 70) Pattern addition or subtraction equations. Add 3 pennies each day for 10 5-partners 1.2.I Recognize, extend, and create number patterns. days (get to 100) First / second / third / fourth / fifth / sixth Geometry & Measurement See Calendar Routine (T.E. XXV) / 1.3.A Compare and sort a variety of two- and three- 7th / 8th / 9th / 10th dimensional figures according to their geometric More / less / equal attributes. Stair Steps 1.3.B Identify and name two-dimensional figures, Circle / oval including those in real-world contexts, regardless of size Switch the partners or orientation. Row 1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the 5-group year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month. Extra ones (calendar routine) Doubles Odd / even Equal shares Process P.E.s Equal partners 1.6.A, 1.6.E 1st Grade Pacing Guide/Expressions Mercer Island School District 2009-2010 Time Frame Unit Topic / Performance Expectations Skills Trace Vocabulary Assessments 25 Days Unit 2 Numbers Represent and solve addition and Days of the Week Unit 2 Test: subtraction picture problems. Add 10/19 – 11/25 Operations 1.1.I Classify a number as odd or even and demonstrate SAB pgs. 77 - Partner and Simple that it is odd or even. Write and solve addition and 80 Total Equations 1.1.A Count by ones forward and backward from 1 to subtraction equations. More 120, starting at any number, and count by twos, fives, Solve problems with money. Circle drawing and tens to 100. Daily Routines Equal 1.1.H Group and count objects by tens, fives, and twos. See Money Routine Equals sign Operations Not equals sign (T.E. XXiii – XXiV) Equation 1.2.A Connect physical and pictorial representations to 120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Number sentence addition and subtraction equations. Number Path, Secret Code Cards Math Board 1.2.B Use the equal sign (=) and the word equals to Continue adding 3 pennies each Reasonable indicate that two expressions are equivalent. day til you get to 100. Before / after 1.1.F Fluently compose and decompose numbers to 10. Counting on Add 2 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 120) Above / below 1.2.G Quickly recall addition facts and related Penny / nickel / cent subtraction facts for sums equal to 10. Add 3 pennies each day for 10 Coin 1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match days (get to 150) Cost addition or subtraction equations. See More and Less (T.E. XXV) Up / down Geometry & Measurement See Calendar Routine (T.E. XXV) Greater number 1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the Pattern year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month. Number Quilt Behind / in front of / next to Process P.E.s List 1.6.A, 1.6.B, 1.6.E, 1.6.F Minus / minus sign Subtract/subtraction Solve Subtraction story Proof drawings Just before/just after Across / up / down 1st Grade Pacing Guide/Expressions Mercer Island School District 2009-2010 Time Frame Unit Topic / Performance Expectations Skills Trace Vocabulary Assessments 20 Days Unit 3 Numbers Solve addition equations with an Math Mountain Unit 3 Test: unknown partner or total. Unknown partner 11/30 – 1/8 Story Problem 1.1.D Order objects or events using ordinal numbers. SAB pgs. 115 - Story problem Strategies Operations Solve subtraction equations. 118 Label 1.2.A Connect physical and pictorial representations to Represent and solve addition and Triangle addition and subtraction equations. subtraction story problems. Equation 1.2.B Use the equal sign (=) and the word equals to Daily Routines Benchmark indicate that two expressions are equivalent. See Money Routine More Less 1.2.D Demonstrate the inverse relationship between (T.E. XXiii – XXiV) Number Grabber addition and subtraction by undoing an addition problem 120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Subtraction story with subtraction and vice versa. problem Number Path, Secret Code Cards 1.1.F Fluently compose and decompose numbers to 10. Minus story Continue adding 3 pennies each 1.2.G Quickly recall addition facts and related day til you get to 150. Nickel subtraction facts for sums equal to 10. Penny Add 4 pennies each day for 5 days Subtraction 1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match (get to 170) Apart addition or subtraction equations. Add 3 pennies each day for 10 Before Algebra days (get to 200) After 1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match Add 2 pennies each day for 20 Above addition or subtraction equations. days (get to 240) Below 1.2.I Recognize, extend, and create number patterns. Pattern See Calendar Routine (T.E. XXV) Unknown total Geometry & Measurement Using Ordinal Numbers Up 1.3.C Combine known shapes to create shapes and divide See Number Partners (T.E. XXVi) Down known shapes into other shapes. Left Geometry/Measurement, level 3 Right Together Process P.E.s 1.6.A, 1.6.B, 1.6.E, 1.6.F 1st Grade Pacing Guide/Expressions Mercer Island School District 2009-2010 Time Frame Unit Topic / Performance Expectations Skills Trace Vocabulary Assessments 24 days UNIT 4 Numbers Represent two-digit numbers. Ten Unit 4 Test: Decade Number 1/11 – 2/5 Basic Ten- 1.1.G Group numbers into tens and ones in more than Add a two-digit number and a SAB pgs. Teen number Structured one way. (only reinforces 1 way-fewest pieces) one-digit number. 151 - 154 Dot Array Concepts 1.1.E Write, compare, and order numbers to 120. Add tens and ones. 10-stick Connect Number 1.1.A Count by ones forward and backward from 1 to Daily Routines Tens Path to Number 120, starting at any number, and count by twos, fives, See Money Routine (T.E. XXiii – Ones line model and tens to 100. XXiV) Prove Do Extension 1.1.B Name the number that is one less or one more than Teen total 120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Equation Lessons 1 & 2 in any number given verbally up to120. Number Path, Secret Code Cards Volume 2, pgs. Counting on drawing 1.1.C Read aloud numerals from 0 to 1,000. (only #’s to Continue adding 3 pennies each Make a Ten strategy 921 - 932 100) day for 10 days (get to 200) Inside 1.1.H Group and count objects by tens, fives, and twos. Add 2 pennies each day for 20 Outside (10s only) days (get to 240) In Operations See Calendar Routine (T.E. XXVi) Out Word name 1.2.A Connect physical and pictorial representations to Introducing the Calendar Number Path addition and subtraction equations. See Partner Houses (T.E. XXVi, 10-groups 1.2.B Use the equal sign (=) and the word equals to XXVii) Match indicate that two expressions are equivalent. Compare 1.2.D Demonstrate the inverse relationship between More addition and subtraction by undoing an addition problem Less with subtraction and vice versa. Solve 1.2.F Apply and explain strategies to compute addition Count on facts and related subtraction facts for sums to 18. Decade Just before 1.1.F Fluently compose and decompose numbers to 10. Just after 1.2.G Quickly recall addition facts and related Counting on subtraction facts for sums equal to 10. 1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations. Also Algebra Geometry & Measurement 1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month. Process P.E.s 1.6.A, 1.6.B, 1.6.D, 1.6.E, 1.6.F, 1.6.G 1st Grade Pacing Guide/Expressions Mercer Island School District 2009-2010 Time Frame Unit Topic / Performance Expectations Skills Trace Vocabulary Assessments 23 days UNIT 5 Numbers Write the value of a group of Cents / dollar / coin Unit 5 Test: dimes and pennies. Nickel/dime/penny 2/8 – 3/12 Ten- 1.1.G Group numbers into tens and ones in more than SAB pgs. 199 - Dime Strip Structured one way. Recognize and continue ten-based 202 Total Applications 1.1.E Write, compare, and order numbers to 120. sequences. 10-group 1.1.A Count by ones forward and backward from 1 to Add a decade number to any two- Grid/Hundred Grid 120, starting at any number, and count by twos, fives, digit number. Forward / backward and tens to 100. Find the hundred partner of a Value 1.1.H Group and count objects by tens, fives, and twos. decade number. Pattern (10’s only) Daily Routines Row Sticks and circles Operations See Money Routine (T.E. Xxiii – Add 1.2.A Connect physical and pictorial representations to XXiV) Sequence addition and subtraction equations. 120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Order/least/greatest 1.2.B Use the equal sign (=) and the word equals to Number Path, Secret Code Cards Across indicate that two expressions are equivalent. Once you get to 240, start at 0 Partner again. Column 1.2.D Demonstrate the inverse relationship between 10-partner addition and subtraction by undoing an addition problem Add 2 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 20) 100-partner with subtraction and vice versa. Penny Array 1.2.F Apply and explain strategies to compute addition Add 3 pennies each day for 10 Between facts and related subtraction facts for sums to 18. days (get to 50) Count on/count all 1.2.G Quickly recall addition facts and related See Calendar Routine (T.E. Equation subtraction facts for sums equal to 10. XXVii) Known partner Algebra Written Days of the Week Unknown partner Backward 1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match See Mountains and Equations Fewest addition or subtraction equations. (T.E. XXViii) Amount 1.2.I Recognize, extend, and create number patterns. Difference Geometry & Algebra 1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month. Process P.E.s 1.6.A, 1.6.B, 1.6.D, 1.6.E, 1.6.G 1st Grade Pacing Guide/Expressions Mercer Island School District 2009-2010 Time Frame Unit Topic / Performance Expectations Skills Trace Vocabulary Assessments 20 days UNIT 6 Numbers Read, make, and use picture Compare Unit 6 Test: graphs and tables to compare Picture graph 3/15 – 4/16 Comparisons 1.1.E Write, compare, and order numbers to SAB pgs. 241 - data. More / fewer / less and Data 120. 244 Graph Formats Solve comparison story problems. 1.1.D Order objects or events using ordinal numbers. Most / fewest Introduction to Measure and compare length to Title / label Algebra the nearest inch. non-standard Survey measurement & 1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match Daily Routines Tally inches is addition or subtraction equations. Bar graph See Money Routine (T.E. Xxiii – addressed again 1.2.I Recognize, extend, and create number patterns. XXiV) Predict in Unit 10. Geometry & Measurement Data 120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, <, > Do lessons 1.3.A Compare and sort a variety of two and three- Number Path, Secret Code Cards Table 1, dimensional figures according to their geometric Add 4 pennies each day for 5 days Inch 2, attributes. (get to 70) Measure 3, 1.3.C Combine known shapes to create shapes and divide Add 3 pennies each day for 10 Length known shapes into other shapes. days (get to 100) Ruler 4, 1.4.A Recognize that objects used to measure an attribute Long/longer/longest 5, Add 2 pennies each day for 10 (length, weight, capacity) must be consistent in size. days (get to 120) Short/shorter/shortest 6, 1.4.E Describe the connection between the size of the Distance See Calendar Routine (T.E. XXV) Closer / farther 7, measurement unit and the number of units needed to measure something. Using Ordinal Numbers Shape 8, Turn 1.3.B Identify and name two-dimensional figures, See Number Comparisons 9, Pattern including those in real-world contexts, regardless of size (T.E. XXV) 10, Top / bottom or orientation. Left / right 11, 1.4.B Use a variety of non-standard units to measure Parallelogram 13 length. Trapezoid/hexagon Data, Probabilities & Statistics Sort 1.5.A Represent data using tallies, tables, picture graphs, and bar-type graphs. 1.5.B Ask and answer comparison questions about data 1st Grade Pacing Guide/Expressions Mercer Island School District 2009-2010 Time Frame Unit Topic / Performance Expectations Skills Trace Vocabulary Assessments 12 days Unit 7 Operations Find doubles of numbers 1 Double Assessment through 10 and doubles of shapes. Twice 4/19 – 5/4 Fractions, 1.2.F Apply and explain strategies to compute addition Guide Unit 7 Half (halves) Circle Graphs, facts and related subtraction facts for sums to 18. Tell time to the hour and half Quick Quiz 1 Vertical and Clocks 1.2.D Demonstrate the inverse relationship between hour. Horizontal A93 & Quick Do lessons addition and subtraction by undoing an addition problem Daily Routines Equation Quiz 4 A96 1-3, 10-12, 14 with subtraction and vice versa. See Money Routine (T.E. Xxiii – Equal shares 1.2.G Quickly recall addition facts and related XXiV) Order subtraction facts for sums equal to 10. 120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, First, Second… Lessons 10-12 ……………Tenth are not a 1st Algebra Number Path, Secret Code Cards Half Hour grade PE but 1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match Add 3 pennies each day for 10 Calendar provide a nice addition or subtraction equations. days (get to 150) Days of Week introduction to 1.2.I Recognize, extend, and create number patterns. See Date and Time (T.E. XXV) Months of Year the concept to Geometry & Measurement See Counting Nickels (T.E. XXVi) prepare for 2nd Introduce: 1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the See Dimes for Nickels (T.E. grade. Hour year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month. XXVii) Minute O’clock Hour hand Minute hand Digital Clock Analog Clock Clockwise As time allows Unit 8 Not in PE’s for 1st grade but is useful for preparing Money SKIP UNIT SKIP UNIT Money and students for 2nd grade Two- Digit Addition Lessons 1 & 2 are recommended, and the rest if time allows 1st Grade Pacing Guide/Expressions Mercer Island School District 2009-2010 Time Frame Unit Topic / Performance Expectations Skills Trace Vocabulary Assessments 14 Days Unit 9 Operations & Algebra Solve mixed-operation equations Addend Assessment & story problems. Decade 5/5 – 5/24 Analyze Story 1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match Guide Extra ones Problems addition or subtraction equations. Solve category (group name), Unit 9 Equation story problems with unknown Do Lessons Counting on Quick Quiz 3 partners or totals. 7-13 Process P.E.s Outsider A122& Quick Solve story problems with extra Category Quiz 4 A123 1.6.A, 1.6.B, 1.6.D, 1.6.E, 1.6.F, 1.6.G information. Information Lessons 1-6, if Daily Routines Solve there is time, See Money Routine Extra information provide build up Story problem to more complex (T.E. XXiii – XXiV) word problems. 120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Number Path, Secret Code Cards Add 4 pennies each day for 5 days (get to 170) Add 3 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 200) See Date and Time (T.E. XXV) See Change for $1.00 (T.E. XXViii) 1st Grade Pacing Guide/Expressions Mercer Island School District 2009-2010 Time Frame Unit Topic / Performance Expectations Skills Trace Vocabulary Assessments 16 days Unit 10 Operations & Algebra Estimate and measure length in Measure Unit 10 Test: inches. Measurement 5/25-6/16 Measurement 1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match SAB pgs. 365 - Round / rounding Do: Lessons addition or subtraction equations. Measure sides of rectangles in 366 Length Geometry & Measurement inches to identify squares. 1, Inch (in.) 1.3.A Compare and sort a variety of two and three- Daily Routines Ruler 2, dimensional figures according to their geometric See Money Routine (T.E. XXiii – Estimate 3, attributes. XXiV) Height 4, 1.4.A Recognize that objects used to measure an attribute 120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Triangle 8, (length, weight, capacity) must be consistent in size. Number Path, Secret Code Cards Rectangle Width 9, 1.4.E Describe the connection between the size of the Add 2 pennies each day for 20 Square 10 measurement unit and the number of units needed to days (get to 240) Weight measure something. See Date and Time (T.E. XXV) Pound 1.3.B Identify and name two-dimensional figures, See Counting with Quarters (T.E. Heavier / lighter including those in real-world contexts, regardless of size Capacity XXViii) or orientation. Liter 1.4.B Use a variety of non-standard units to measure Holds more length. Holds less Benchmark 1.4.D Use non-standard units to compare objects Reasonable according to their capacities or weights. 1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month. Process P.E. 1.6.H * Additional Notes: The following P.E.s are not adequately addressed in the first grade material. When teaching a concept where these P.E.s are present, the teacher should be aware that the lessons may need to be extended so that the rigor of the P.E. is met. 1.1.C Read aloud numerals from 0 to 1,000. (materials only go to 100) 1.1.G Group numbers into tens and ones in more than one way. (materials only stress fewest pieces rule) 1.2.C Represent addition and subtraction on the number line. (Number path needs to be related to a traditional number line also) 1.2.E Add three or more one-digit numbers using the commutative and associative properties of addition. 1.4.C Compare lengths using the transitive property.