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Grade 1 Math(Master)
Teacher: Lynette Freeman

Month                     Content                                Skills                                  Assessment                              Vocabulary                     Differentiation - Sp Ed / Gifted
August      Number Sense                          Number Sense                              Number Sense                              Number Sense
2007
    Whole numbers to 100             1.   Count to 100                     1-2, 100's chart
2.   Write numbers to 100                                                                                                        whole numbers to 50
   after                                    # lines
Number Properties and Operation       Number Properties and Operation           Number Properties and Operation                  before                                   manipulatives
1-4, Pre/Post multiple choice test               between
    Addition facts to 10             1.   Define addition                                                                   count
2.   Identify addition symbols        1-4 Chapter 1 and 2 Test (short answer)          zero
3.   Make a model to solve addition                                                    order
sentences                                                                         charts
4.   Solve addition sentences                                                          nothing
   none
   zero property of addition
   eight
   eleven
   four
   how many

Number Properties and Operation

   addition sentence
   add
   sum
   plus
   equals
   count on
   number line
   Commutative Property (flip flop)
   check
   join
   ten frame
   trade
   order property

September   A. Number Properties and Operations   A. Number Properties and                  A. Number Properties and Operations       A. Number Properties and Operations              number lines

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Freeman                                         Grade 1 Math(Master)                                                       Mercer County Elementary School

Month                     Content                                    Skills                                     Assessment                                  Vocabulary                  Differentiation - Sp Ed / Gifted
2007                                                                                                                                                                                           manipulatives
   Addition facts to 10           Operations                                                                                                                                  extended time to learn addition
   Subtraction facts to 10                                                                                                                                                     facts
Addition                                     1-4, Chapter 3, 4, and 5 test                        subtract
   subtraction sentence
1-4, Post test                                       count back
1.     Counting on from highest                                                               minus
number                                                                                 backwards
2.     Using number lines to count up                                                         difference
3.     Identifying Commutative
Property                                                                               add
4.     Apply addition to real-world                                                           addition sentence
experiences
   sum
   plus
Subtraction                                                                                       equals
   count on
1.     Define Subtraction                                                                     number line
2.     Identifying subtraction symbols                                                        Commutative Property (flip flop)
3.     Making models to solve                                                                 set
subtraction sentences (drawing                                                         calculator
pictures)                                                                              join
4.     Solve subtraction sentences
   order property
using manipulatives
   enough
5.     Apply subtraction to real-world
experiences                                                                            guess and check

October     Number Properties and Operations:      Number Properties and Operations:            Number Properties and Operations:            Number Properties and Operations:                 extended time to learn/practice
2007        Subtraction Concepts                                                                                                                                                                subtraction facts
1.     Counting Back 1 and 2                                                                                                            number line
2.     Using a number line to subtract                                                        subtract                                 manipulatives
1-2, Chapter 6-7 test / open response                subtraction sentence
   count back
1-2, 2nd Nine Weeks Pre Test                         minus
   backwards
   difference

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Freeman                                             Grade 1 Math(Master)                                                    Mercer County Elementary School

Month                     Content                                      Skills                                  Assessment                                    Vocabulary                  Differentiation - Sp Ed / Gifted
November    Data Analysis / Probability                Data Analysis / Probability                 Data Analysis / Probability                Data Analysis / Probability                       visual graphing prompts
2007                                                                                                                                                                                            hands on graphing activities
1, Chapter 9 test from book                        graph
   Graphing (bar and pictograph)                                                                                                     bar graph
1.   Read and construct a pictograph,                                                      data
Number Computation
Number Computation                                  and a bar graph                                                                       pictograph
1, Mad Minute math assessment
   tally marks
Number Computation                                                                             tallying
   Addition and Subtraction                                                                                                          survey
   greatest
1.   Demonstrate understanding of                                                          least
addition and subtractionusing                                                         up
manipulatives                                                                         down
2.   Solve real-world problems using                                                       group
addition and subtraction to 12                                                        charts
   most
   row

Number Compuatation

   subtract
   subtraction sentence
   count back
   minus
   backwards
   difference

   add
   addition sentence
   sum
   plus
   equals
   count on
   number line
   Commutative Property (flip flop)
   less

December    Number Properties and Operations           Number Properties and Operations            A. Number Properties and Operations        A. Number Properties and Operations               use base ten blocks
2007            Place Value(ones, tens, and                                                                                                                                                    use real world examples (money-

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Freeman                                           Grade 1 Math(Master)                                                      Mercer County Elementary School

Month                     Content                                     Skills                                   Assessment                                    Vocabulary            Differentiation - Sp Ed / Gifted
hundreds                              1.   Explore place value; ones, tens                                                                                             food)
and hundreds
   Greater and Less Than and Equal       2.      Apply place value to real        1-2, Chapter 10 test from book.                    place value
to100                                      world situations                    3-5, Chapter 11 from book.                         ten
3.   Recognize and use the symbol to     1-5, 2nd Nine Weeks Post Test                      ones
identify greater than, less than
   hundred
and equal to
   estimate
4.   Compare numbers to 100 using
the symbols greater than, less
than and equal
5.      Compare and order numbers to                                                        greater than
100 using and understanding the                                                        less than
terms; more, fewer, before, after                                                      equal to
and between                                                                            before
   after
   between
   count forward
   count backward
   more
   fewer
   not equal to
   fewer than
   inequality

January     Number Properties and Operations          Number Properties and Operations             Number Properties and Operations           A. Number Properties and Operations         count by 5's and 10's
2008                                                                                                                                                                                      recognize even numbers, then
1.   Skip count by 2's, 5's and 10's.    1-5, Chapter 12 test from book                                                          follow with odd (not at the same
   Patterns to 100                       2.   Identify patterns on a 100 chart.                                                                                           time)
1-5, 3rd Nine Weeks Pre-Test                       ones                               count backwards from 10 to 1
3.   Identify even/odd and ordinal                                                          tens
numbers                                                                                odd
Number Computation                            4.   Explore counting by 2's and 10's                                                       even
with odd numbers                                                                       backwards
5.   Count backwards from any                                                               before
number less than 100 by ones                                                           between
Number Computation
   Addition/Subtraction to 12.                                                                                                       compare
Number Computation                                                                              count back
1-7, Chapter 13 test from book                     count forward
   count on
   equal groups
1.   Apply the counting on strategy to
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Freeman                               Grade 1 Math(Master)                                                   Mercer County Elementary School

Month                     Content                       Skills                                    Assessment                                  Vocabulary                  Differentiation - Sp Ed / Gifted
find sums                                                                             equals
2.   Apply the strategy using doubles                                                      equal sign
and doubles plus one                                                                  even numbers
3.   Apply the strategy counting                                                           order
backwards by 1, 2 and 3 to find                                                       ordinal numbers
the difference                                                                        pattern
4.   Apply the commutative property                                                        pattern unit
to solve addtion (add 3 numbers)
   sort
   ten more
5.   Write and read addition sentence
horizontally and vertically                                                           ten less
6.   Identify and write different                                                          second place
addition sentences for a number
(ex. 1+9, 2+8, 3+7)                                                           B. Number Computation
7.   Solve comparative problems

   subtract
   subtraction sentence
   count back
   minus
   backwards
   difference

   add
   addition sentence
   sum
   plus
   equals
   count on
   number line
   Commutative Property (flip flop)

February    Geometry                     Geometry                                     Geometry                                 Geometry                                          real life examples of shapes
2008                                                                                                                                                                             visual prompts and hands on
1.   Describe properties of two and       1-4: Chapter 15 test                             spheres                                   activities to assess spatial sense
   Solids/Geometry              three dimensional shapes.                                                             cone
   Spatial Sense           2.   Identify attributes that are alike                                                    cube
and different among shapes                                                            cylinder
3.   Design shapes using geometry.                                                         rectangular prism
4.   Identify basic three dimensional                                                      pyramid

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Freeman                                              Grade 1 Math(Master)                                                     Mercer County Elementary School

Month                     Content                                         Skills                                  Assessment                                   Vocabulary   Differentiation - Sp Ed / Gifted
shapes.                                                                                face
Algebraic Thinking                                 vertex (vertices)
   angle
Algebraic Thinking                          Algebraic Thinking                           1: Chapter 17 test                                 making a model
   triangle
1.   Identify, describe, recognize and                                                      attribute
   Patterns (numerical and                      extend patterns.                                                                       circle
geometric)                                                                                                                          square
Number Properties and Operations
   hexagon
Number Properties and Operations             1-3: Chapter 18, 19 and 20 test                    diagonal
   flat
Number Properties and Operations                1.   Counting on to add sums                                                                open figure
2.     Using doubles and doubles                                                            elipse (oval)
plus one                                                                               closed figure
3.   Using a ten frame to add 10 and                                                        prism
   Addition and Subtraction to 19               numbers less than 10                                                                   side
   line of symmetry
   rectangle
   above
   alike
   below
   beside
   bottom
   close by
   corner
   same
   different
   inside
   left
   right
   middle
   near
   next to
   outside
   over
   to the left of
   to the right of
   top
   under

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Freeman                                              Grade 1 Math(Master)                                                  Mercer County Elementary School

Month                     Content                                       Skills                                  Assessment                                  Vocabulary         Differentiation - Sp Ed / Gifted
Algebraic Thinking

   pattern
   pattern unit

Number Properties and Operations

   doubles
   doulbes plus one
   ten
   more
   make a ten
   in all
   more than
   count back
   fact family
   related facts
   count on
   equal
   double minus one

March       Number Properties and Operations            Number Properties and Operations            Number Properties and Operations         Number Properties and Operations         understand halves and fourths
2008                                                                                                                                                                                  recognize and count penny,
1-2: Chapter 21 test                                                               nickel, dime
   Fractions (fourths, havles and                                                                                                   one half
thirds)                                 1.   Identify halves, fourths, thirds   3rd Nine Weeks Post Test                         one third
4th Nine Weeks Pre Test
and parts of a group.                                                               one fourth
2.   Compare and order fractions to                                                      equal parts
fractions pictorally                                                                whole
Measurement                                     3.   Represent fractional parts         Measurement
   equal
(halves, fourths and thirds).                                                       fraction
1-2: Chapter 22 test
   fair (fair share)
   Money (penny, nickel, dime,         Measurement                                                                                  seperate
quarter, half dollar)                                                                                                            half

1.   Identify penny, nickel, dime                                                Measurement
quarter and their value.
2.   Compare and order the value of
coins.
3.   Count pennies, nickels and dimes                                                    penny
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Freeman                                                 Grade 1 Math(Master)                                                  Mercer County Elementary School

Month                     Content                                          Skills                                   Assessment                                 Vocabulary   Differentiation - Sp Ed / Gifted
to get the value.                                                                   nickel
   dime
   amount
   half dollar
   cent
   quarter
   tens
   ones
   count on

April 2008   Measurement                                   Measurement                                 Measurement                              Measurement                        time to the hour
   linear measurement-inches
1-3: Chapter 24 test
   Time (to the hour and half hour)                                                                                                   minute hand
   Linear Measurement                        1.   Identify parts of a clock                                                           hour hand
   Liquid Measurement                        2.     Read the time on a                                                                o'clock
   Temperature                                    analog/digital clock.              1-2, Chapter 26 test
   minute
3.   Write/Read time to the half                                                         estimate
hour/hour.                                                                          hour
   half hour
1.   Estimate and measure length to     Data Analysis and Probability                    clocks
the nearest inch and centimeter.   1, Chapter 30 test                               morning
2.   Measure using nonstandard                                                           afternoon
Data Analysis and Probability                          units.                                                                              evening
   day
   night
   Probability (certain or               Data Analysis and Probability                                                                week
impossible)                                                                                                                        time
   calendar
1.   Predict outcomes using                                                              month
probability.                                                                        year
   cup
   empty
   gram
   heavier
   kilogram
   liter
   pint
   pound
   weigh
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Freeman                                        Grade 1 Math(Master)                                       Mercer County Elementary School

Month                     Content                               Skills                         Assessment                                   Vocabulary        Differentiation - Sp Ed / Gifted
    weight
    quart
    thermometer
    temperature
    lighter
    light
    degree fahrenheit
    balance
    guess and check

Data Analysis and Probability

    longest
    shortest
    inch
    foot
    feet
    centimeter
    long
    longer
    length
    measure

Data Analysis and Probability
more likely
less likely

certain

impossible

equally likely

make a prediction
almost

May 2008    Number Properties and Operations      Number Properties and Operations   Number Properties and Operations       Number Properties and Operations         continue learning 1 digit addition
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Freeman                                            Grade 1 Math(Master)                                             Mercer County Elementary School

Month                     Content                                   Skills                              Assessment                                   Vocabulary   Differentiation - Sp Ed / Gifted
1-3, Chapter 29 Test from book                                               and subtraction facts.
   Double Digit Addition and
Subtraction (without regrouping)     1.   Apply counting backwards to                                                     two digit
addition and subtraction                                                        estimate
2.   Apply using doubles in fact                                                     tens
families                                                                        ones
3.   Use related addition and
subtraction facts

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