1st 9 Weeks 2012-2013 Pacing Guides 3rd 9 Weeks
count by ones & tens(1-20)(10&20)
At-A-Glance count by ones & tens(61-100)(70-100)
count forward in sequence count forward in sequence
write numbers 0-5 write numbers 11-20
understand the relationship between 1. Make sense of problems and persevere understand the relationship between
numbers and quantities; connect counting in solving them. numbers and quantities
2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively. count to answer “how many” (11-20)
count to answer “how many” (0-5) identify the number of objects in 2 groups
3. Construct viable arguments and critique
classify, count, and sort objects into given as greater than, less than, or equal to
the reasoning of others.
categories compare two numbers between 1-10
4. Model with mathematics.
describe shapes and relative position solve + & - word problems within 10
5. Use appropriate tools strategically.
correctly name shapes regardless of their decompose numbers < or = to 10
6. Attend to precision.
orientation Compose and decompose numbers from
7. Look for and make use of structure. 11-15 into tens and ones
8. Look for and express regularity in
2nd 9 Weeks One or more of these practices should be
4th 9 Weeks
used in every math lesson.
count by ones & tens (21-60)(30-60)
count forward in sequence count by ones & tens(1-100)(10-100)
write numbers 6-10 write numbers 0-20
understand the relationship between count to answer “how many” (0-20)
numbers and quantities; connect counting BALANCED MATH decompose numbers < or = to 10
to cardinality for any number from 1-9 find the number
count to answer “how many” (6-10) that makes 10
represent addition and subtraction: this is Mental Math fluently add and subtract within 5
an introduction of the concept Math Review compose/decompose numbers from 16-
describe shapes and relative position Concept Lesson 19 into tens and ones
correctly name shapes regardless of their Closure describe measureable attributes
orientation compare two objects that has a
identify shapes as 2-D or 3-D measurable attribute in common
analyze and compare 2-D & 3-D shapes
model and compose simple shapes
to form larger shapes