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Math

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

1.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction to solve word problems within 20 using equations Use addition and subtraction to

solve word problems within 20 using objects Use addition and subtraction to solve word problems within 20 using drawings

1.OA.2 Solve addition word problems that have three whole numbers by usingequations, objects, and drawings

1.OA.3 Use turnaround facts to add Choose two numbers that I caneasily add to help find the sum, when

adding more than two numbers

1.OA.4 Use related facts to solve problems with missing values

1.OA.5 Count on to add, count back to subtract, and count up to subtract

1.OA.6 Fluently add and subtract numbers up to 10 by memory Fluently add and subtract numbers up to 20 using strategies

1.OA.7 Determine if an addition or subtraction equation is true or false Know what an equal sign means

1.OA.8 Determine the missing value in an addition or subtraction equation

Number and Operations in Base Ten

1.NBT.1 Count to 120 Count to 120 starting at any number less than 120 Write the number for a given

number of objects to 120 Read and write numbers to 120

1.NBT.2a Know that a bundle of ten ones is called a ten

1.NBT.2b Identify how many tens and ones are in a 2-digit number

1.NBT.2c Identify the number of tens and ones in numbers that are multiples of ten

1.NBT.3 Compare two 2-digit numbers to determine if a number is equal using tens and ones

Identify the number that is greater or less using tens and ones Use the symbols >, <, and = to compare two 2-digit numbers

1.NBT.4 Add a 2-digit number and a 1-digit number

Add a 2-digit number and a multiple of ten

Add two 2-digit numbers with and without regrouping Explain the steps or what strategy I used to solve my problem

1.NBT.5 Find 10 more or less than a number without having to count Explain how to find 10 more or less than a number

1.NBT.6 Subtract a multiple of ten from another multiple of 10, with numbers from 10-90, and can explain the

strategy I used to solve my problem

Measurement and Data

1.MD.1 Order objects by length, and use one object to help me describe the length of other objects

1.MD.2 Measure an object using nonstandard units

1.MD.3 Recognize the hour hand and minute hand on an analog clock Tell time to the hour and half-hour using a digital and analog clock

Write the time in hours and half-hours

1.MD.4 Organize data with up to three categories Interpret a graph by asking and answering questions about the data

Interpret a graph by comparing how many more or less are in one category thananother

Geometry

1.G.1 Use attributes to build and draw shapes Distinguish between attributes that define and those that do not define the shape

1.G.2 Build a new shape using two 2- or 3-dimensional shapes Take a shape I have made from two shapes and change it to make a new shape

1.G.3 Divide circles or rectangles into two or four equal shares Describe shares using the words halves,

half of, fourths, fourth of, quarter, and quarter of Describe the whole as the number of parts needed to make the whole

Prove that the more equal shares a whole has, the smaller the shares