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MahometSeymour Schools

Curriculum

Mathematics  Grade 1


The learner will
identify groups of objects through 12.
The learner will
identify numerals and count through 100.
The learner will
write numerals through 100.
The learner will
connect the number words to the quantities they represent.
The learner will
count by 1’s, 5’s, 10’s to 100 and counting by 2’s to 20.
The learner will demonstrate
the concept of odd and even using manipulatives.
The learner will
sequence numerals
(least to greatest / greatest to least).
The learner will
describe numeric relationships using appropriate
vocabulary (greater than /less than, fewer than, more
than, equal).
The learner will
describe numeric relationships using appropriate symbols (
< > =).
The learner will
differentiate between ordinal and cardinal numbers.

The learner will recognize, describe, and extend patterns such as
sequences of sounds, motions, shapes, or simple numeric patterns.
The learner will translate from one pattern representation to
another (e.g. redblueredblue
translates to snapclapsnapclap).
The learner will describe given patterns using letters (i.g. redbluegreen / A
B C ).
The learner will analyze repeating patterns.
The learner will describe missing units in a pattern.
The learner will analyze growing patterns.
The learner will solve real life word problems using patterns

The learner will explore and apply properties of addition to 12.
The learner will be able to add facts through 12 using various
strategies (number line, touch points, countons,
doubles, fact families, mental math).
The learner will
demonstrate fluency with the addition facts for 0 – 6.
The learner will
solve onestep addition number sentences and word problems using concrete
materials.
The learner will
identify and write number sentences to match word problems.
The learner will
describe addition relationships using appropriate vocabulary and symbols
(sum, equal, numerals, +, = ).
The learner will add horizontally and vertically.
The learner will describe reasonable and unreasonable sums.
The learner will solve simple number sentences with variables.
The learner will apply the relationship of addition and subtraction
to solve for an unknown quantity.
The learner will demonstrate the relationship between addition and
subtraction.

The learner will explore and apply properties of subtraction to 12.
The learner will be able to subtract facts through 12 using various
strategies (number line, touch points, doubles, countbacks, countups, fact
families, mental math).
The learner will demonstrate fluency
with the subtraction facts for 0 – 6.
The learner will solve onestep
subtraction number sentences and word problems using concrete materials.
The learner will identify and write
number sentences to match word problems.
The learner will describe
subtraction relationships using appropriate vocabulary and symbols (difference,
minus, take away, equal, numerals, , = ).
The learner will subtract horizontally and vertically.
The learner will describe reasonable and unreasonable differences.
The learner will apply the relationship of addition and subtraction
to solve for an unknown quantity.
The learner will solve simple number sentences with variables.
The learner will compare two sets using manipulatives
to solve subtraction problems.
The learner will demonstrate the relationship between addition and
subtraction.

The learner will understand that a fraction should be equal parts.
The learner will identify fractions (1/2 1/3 1/4).
The learner will describe parts of a set using fractions (1/2 1/3
1/4).
The learner will use manipulatives to
compare fractions to solve problems.

The learner will develop initial understanding of place value using
manipulatives (ones, tens, and hundreds).
The learner will extend initial understanding of place value using
multiple models.

The learner will identify objects that are the same shape.
The learner will identify two and threedimensional shapes.
The learner will model twodimensional shapes by drawing of
building.
The learner will determine if a given shape is symmetrical or not
symmetrical.
The learner will create and complete shapes that have line
symmetry.
The learner will identify geometric two and three dimensional
shapes in the environment.
The learner will compare and sort two and three dimensional
objects.
The learner will understand the relationship between two and
threedimensional shapes.

The learner will determine the attributes of an object that are
measurable (length and weight are measurable / color and texture are not).
The learner will select the appropriate unit and tool for
measurement.
The learner will be able to estimate and measure using standard and
nonstandard units.
The learner will select appropriate nonstandard measurement units
to measure length, weight, and capacity (e.g. number of handfuls of cubes
to fill a container).
The learner will select appropriate standard measurement units to
measure length, weight, and capacity (e.g. using a ruler to measure
inches).
The learner will compare and order objects according to measurable
attributes.

The learner will be able to create and interpret a vertical and
horizontal bar graph.
The learner will gather data, create, and interpret the data
displays such as bar graphs, pictographs, tallies, and tables.
The learner will interpret data from bar graphs, pictographs,
tallies, and tables.
The learner will compare numerical information derived from tables
and graphs.
The learner will identify possible and impossible results of
probability events using concrete materials.
The learner will identify and discuss likely, unlikely, possible,
impossible probability events.

The learner will be able to name orally days of the week and months
of the year in order.
The learner will describe relationships within units of time (e.g.
60 minutes in 1 hour, 7 days in 1 week).
The learner will explore and describe chronological events (e.g.
calendars, schedules, seasons).
The learner will be able to identify time on an analog and digital
clock to the hour and half hour.
The learner will estimate length of time for a given task.
The learner will solve problems using time.

The learner will be able to identify pennies,
nickels, dimes, quarters, dollars.

The learner will be able to recognize that a penny is
1 cent, a nickel is 5 cents, a dime is 10 cents, and a quarter is 25 cents.

The learner will be able to count pennies up to
$1.00.

The learner will be able to count nickels up to
$1.00.

The learner will be able to count dimes up to $1.00.

The learner will be able to count quarters up to
$1.00.

