Primary Math - 2022 Edition Math 1
Concepts covered include: Group objects and numbers up to 120 in groups of ten and ones. Use cardinal numbers up to 120. Use number bonds to represent number combinations and to add and subtract. Count within 120. Count by 1s and 10s forward and backward to 100. Compare and order whole numbers to 100 (using the terms same, more, fewer, greater than, less than, equal to, greatest, and least. Make groups of 10 and count on to tell the number. Use base-ten blocks and place-value charts to represent numbers to 120. Write numbers to 120 in standard and word forms. Partition shapes into two to four equal shares, describing them as halves, fourths, and quarters. Identify and relate coin values (penny, nickel, dime, quarter). Count and make simple coin combinations. Add and subtract within 20, using appropriate models, numbers, and symbols. Practice addition and subtraction within 10. Add and subtract up to two 2-digit numbers with and without regrouping. Add the same number to find the total number of items in equal groups. Use mental math strategies to add and subtract. Identify, describe, and extend two- and three-dimensional shape patterns. Use the Associative and Commutative Properties of addition. Understand the relationships between the numbers in fact families. Identify and describe two-dimensional shapes in different sizes and orientations. Sort and classify two-dimensional shapes based on attributes. Identify two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional shapes. Compose and decompose three-dimensional shapes. Compare the lengths of two objects by comparing to a third length. Tell time to the hour and half-hour on analog and digital clocks. Sort and classify geometric shapes. Collect and organize data in different ways. Represent and interpret data in picture graphs and tally charts. Build skills in addition, subtraction, and measurement through problem solving. Further investigate mathematical ideas by completing critical thinking skills activities. Connect addition and multiplication. Learn how place-value concepts apply to regrouping in addition and subtraction. Use number bonds to represent number combinations. Consult or download the complete Scope and Sequence for a full report of covered topics and concepts.