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									                      Math learning goals for the Kuna School District

                                           First Grade
Students will begin to:

Numeration and Number Sense
   *   Combine and identify groups of coins up to $1.00
   *   Count by 3's
   *   Identify halves, thirds, and fourths
   *   Identify place values using manipulatives
   *   Identify greater than or lesser than
   *   Identify ordinal numbers and words
   *   Identify the number that is 1 more or 1 less than or 10 more or 10 less than
   *   Identify the values of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters and one dollar
   *   Make change to $1.00
   *   Order numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least
   *   Order sets of objects
   *   Place numbers on number line
   *   Read, write and identify fractions in group
   *   Identify fractions using manipulatives


Concepts and Principles of Measurement
   *   Develop one-to-one correspondence
   *   Estimate and find the area of a figure
   *   Measure length using inches and centimeters


Estimation and Computation
   *   Add 2 digit numbers with no re-grouping
   *   Add a 2 digit number with a 2 digit numbers with no re-grouping
   *   Add whole numbers using place value
   *   Identify fact families with sums 0-18 in horizontal and vertical format
   *   Subtract a 1 digit number from a 2 digit number with no re-grouping
   *   Subtract a 2 digit number from a 2 digit number with no re-grouping


Reasoning and Problem Solving
   *   Choose and apply problem solving strategies
   *   Choose when to add or subtract word problems
   *   Estimate answers in word problems
   *   Find missing numbers by using patterns
   *   Solve "if-then" problems to predict outcomes
   *   Solve one step word problems using addition and subtraction
   *   Use a number line to write addition and subtraction sentences
   *   Use clues given in word problems to determine addition or subtraction
   *   Write and solve an equation for a word problem
   *   Write addition sentence
Principles of Geometry
  *   Classify and sort solid figures
  *   Identify open and closed figures
  *   Identify and name solid figures: cube, cylinder, cone, rectangular prism, and sphere
  *   Identify characteristics of sides and corners of plane figures
  *   Identify objects using same size and same shape
  *   Identify cylinder attributes
  *   Identify faces, edges, sides and corners on solid figures
  *   Identify figures with lines of symmetry and symmetrical parts
  *   Identify quadrilaterals; square, rectangle and parallelogram
  *   Identify similar figures
  *   Compare plane figures to solid figures


Principles of Probability and Statistics
  *   Read and interpret simple picture, bar and table graphs
  *   Determine outcome and make predictions
  *   Develop concept of chance and make predictions for events (rolling die)
  *   Identify least and greatest values represented in bar graph or pictograph
  *   Interpret a table and make predictions
  *   Interpret a Venn diagram
  *   Investigate probability and chance using a coin, spinner or die
  *   Predict whether events are certain, likely, unlikely, possible, impossible, fair or unfair.
  *   Read and interpret information from a graph
      Represent and compare data (largest, smallest, most often, least often) by using picture graphs, pictures or
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      simple bar graph
  *   Solve problems using information from a bar graph
  *   Solve simple word problems based on data from graph
  *   Use graph to compare quantities
  *   Use tally marks to record information


Principles of Algebra
  *   Complete a number pattern
  *   Determine what operation is needed to solve a word problem
  *   Find a pattern
  *   Choose and apply appropriate problem solving strategies
  *   Solve addition and subtraction sentences
  *   Use > or < to compare
  *   Use symbol to stand for number in equation
  *   Use inverse operation to find missing equation
                      Math learning goals for the Kuna School District

                                           First Grade
Students will be able to:

Numeration and Number Sense
   *   Compare and order number sets 0 - 10
   *   Compare sets of objects and identify which set is equal to, greater than or less than
   *   Count and write by 10's to 100
   *   Count and write by 2's to 50
   *   Count objects that are grouped by tens and ones
   *   Identify odd and even numbers
   *   Identify and order ordinal numbers (first through tenth)
   *   Count and write by 5's to 100
   *   Identify and understand place value through 100
   *   Identify halves, thirds, and fourths
   *   Identify missing numbers through 100
   *   Identify one more or one fewer
   *   Identify 1/2 of an object in a pattern or set
   *   Identify coins and their values (penny, nickel, dime, quarter)
   *   Demonstrate one-to-one correspondence for numbers 0 - 40
   *   Order numbers 0 - 100


Concepts and Principles of Measurement
   *   Choose appropriate tools to measure time, days of the month, temperature and length
   *   Compare objects by size, shape, height or length (larger, smaller, taller, shorter, and longer)
   *   Use a calendar
   *   Recite days of the week and months of the year
   *   Tell and write time to hour and 1/2 hour using digital and analog clocks


Estimation and Computation
   *   Add and subtract using manipulatives and pictorial problems
   *   Add three 1 digit numbers
   *   Identify the subtraction symbol in a vertical and horizontal number sentence


Reasoning and Problem Solving
   *   Solve simple addition and subtraction word problems
   *   Understand addition and subtraction using concrete objects (manipulatives)


Principles of Geometry
   *   Identify and name solid figures; cylinder and cone
   *   Identify and name plane figures; circle, triangle, square, rectangle, diamond, oval
   *   Identify figures that are similar and have same shape
   *   Identify position concepts; over, under, in, out, front, behind, top, middle and bottom
Principles of Probability and Statistics
Principles of Algebra
  *   Compare objects by size, shape, height length (larger, smaller, shorter, taller)
  *   Recognize and extend patterns using shape, size and color.

								
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