Sunday, January 5, 2014

Chapter 6- Count and Model Numbers

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Lesson 6.1- Count by Ones to 120
  • Question? How can knowing a counting pattern help you count to 120?
  • Objective: Count by ones to extend a counting sequence up to 120.
  • Homework Video: 
Lesson 6.2- Count by Tens to 120
  • Question? How do numbers change as you count by tens to 120?
  • Objective: Count by tens from any number to extend a counting sequence up to 120.
  • Homework Video:
Lesson 6.3- Understand ten and ones
  • Question? How can you use different ways to write a number as tens and ones?
  • Objective: Use models and write to represent equivalent forms of tens and ones.
  • Vocabulary words:
    • digit
    • ones
    • ten
  • Homework Video:
Lesson 6.4- Hands on- Make Ten and Ones
  • Question? How can you show a number as ten and ones?
  • Objective: Use objects, pictures, and numbers to represent a ten and some ones.
  • Homework Video:
Lesson 6.5- Hands on- Tens
  • Question? How can you model and name groups of ten?
  • Objective: Use objects, pictures, and numbers to represent tens.
  • Homework Video:
Lesson 6.6- Hands on- Tens and Ones to 50
  • Question? How can you group cubes to show a number as tens and ones?
  • Objective: Group objects to show numbers to 50 as tens and ones.
  • Homework Video:
Lesson 6.7-Hands on- Tens and Ones to 100
  • Question? How can you show numbers to 100 as tens and ones?
  • Objective: Group objects to show numbers to 100 as tens and ones.
  • Vocabulary words:
    • hundred
  • Homework Video:
Lesson 6.8- Problem Solving- Show Numbers in Different Ways
  • Question? How can making a model help you show a number in different ways?
  • Objective: Solve problems using the strategy make a model.
  • Homework Video: 
Lesson 6.9- Hands on- Model, Read, and Write Numbers from 100 to 110
  • Question? How can you model, read, and write numbers from 100 to 110?
  • Objective: Read and write numerals to represent a number of 100 to 110 objects.
  • Homework Video: 
Lesson 6.10- Hands on- Model, Read, and Write Numbers from 110 to 120
  • Question? How can you model, read, and write numbers from 110 to 120?
  • Objective: Read and write numerals to represent a number of 110 to 120 objects.
  • Homework Video:

 Chapter 6 Review
  • Homework Video:




Thursday, December 5, 2013

Chapter 5- Addition and Subtraction Relationships




Lesson 5.1

  • Objective: Solve addition and subtraction problem situations using the strategy make a model.



Lesson 5.2
  • Objective: Record related facts within 20.
  • Vocabulary:
    • related facts

Lesson 5.3
  • Objective: Identify related addition and subtraction facts within 20.

Lesson 5.4
  •  Objective: Apply the inverse relationship of addition and subtraction.

Lesson 5.5
  •  Objective: Use related facts to determine unknown numbers.

Lesson 5.6
  • Objective: Use related fact to subtract. 

Lesson 5.7
  • Objective: Choose an operation and strategy to solve an addition or subtraction word problem. 

Lesson 5.8
  • Objective: Represent equivalent forms of numbers using sums and differences within 20. 

Lesson 5.9
  • Objective: Determine if an equation is true or false. 

Lesson 5.10
  • Objective: Add and subtract facts within 20 and demonstrate fluency for addition and subtraction within 10.
Chapter 5 Review

Monday, November 18, 2013

Chapter 4 Subtraction Strategies






Lesson 1-Count Back
  • Objective: Use count back 1, 2, or 3 as a strategy to subtract.
  • Vocabulary: 
    • Count back



Lesson 2-  Hands on- Think Addition to Subtract
  • Recall addition facts to subtract numbers within 20.



Lesson 3-Use Think Addition to Subtract
  • Use addition as a strategy to subtract numbers with in 20.

Lesson 4-Hands on- Use 10 to subtract
  • Use make a ten as a strategy to subtract. 

Lesson 5- Break apart to subtract
  • Subtract by breaking apart to make a ten.

Lesson 6- Problem Solving- Use Subtraction Strategies
  • Solve subtraction problem situations using the strategy act it out.
Chapter 4 Review

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Chapter 3

Lesson 3.1- Add in Any Order
Objective: Understand and apply the Commutative Property of Addition for sums within 20.





Lesson 3.2-Count On
Objective: Use count on 1, 2, or 3 as a strategy to find sums within 20.
Vocabulary:
  • Count on




Lesson 3.3- Add Doubles
Objective: Use doubles as a strategy to solve addition facts with sums within 20.
Vocabulary:
  • Doubles

Lesson 3.4- Use Doubles to Add
 Objective: Use doubles to create equivalent but easier sums.



Lesson 3.5- Doubles Plus 1 and Doubles Minus 1
Objective: Use doubles plus 1 and doubles minus 1 as strategies to find sums within 20.
Vocabulary:
  • doubles minus one
  • doubles plus one

Lesson 3.6- Practice the Strategies
Objective: Use the strategies count on, doubles, doubles plus 1, and doubles minus 1 to practice addition facts within 20.



Lesson 3.7-Add 10 and More
Objective: Use a ten frame to add 10 and an addend less that 10.



Lesson 3.8- Make a 10 to Add
Objective: Use make a ten as a strategy to find sums within 20.
 Vocabulary:
  • make a ten

Lesson 3.9- Make a 10 to Add
Objective: Use numbers to show how to use the make a ten strategy to add.


Lesson 3.10- Add 3 Numbers
Objective: Use the Associative Property of Addition to add three addends.


Lesson 3.11-Add 3 Numbers
Objective: Understand and apply the Associative Property or Commutative Property of Addition to add three addends.


Lesson 3.12- Use Addition Strategies
Objective: Solve adding to and putting together situations using the strategy draw a picture.


Chapter 3 Review


Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Chapter 2






Chapter 2- Subtraction Concepts

Lesson 2.1
  • Objective:Use Pictures to Show "taking from" and find difference.
Lesson 2.2-
  • Objective: Use concrete objects to solve "taking from" subtraction problems.
  • Vocabulary
    • minus
    • difference
    • subtraction sentence



Lesson 2.3- Model Taking Apart
  • Objective: Use concrete objects to solve "taking apart" subtraction problems
  • Vocabulary:
    • Subtract 

Lesson 2.4-Model Subtraction
  • Objective: Solve taking from and taking apart subtraction problems using the strategy make a model.

Lesson 2.5-Use Pictures and Subtraction to Compare
  • Objective: Compare pictorial groups to understand subtraction.
  • Vocabulary
    • compare
    • fewer
    • more

Lesson 2.6- Subtract to Compare
  • Objective: Model and compare groups to show the meaning of subtraction.
Lesson 2.7- Subtract All or Zero
  • Objective: Identify how many are left when subtracting all of zero.


Lesson 2.8- Take Apart Numbers
  • Objective: Model and record all the ways to take apart a number.


Lesson 2.9- Subtraction From 10 or Less
  • Objective: Build fluency for subtraction within 10.


Chapter 2 Review Video




Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Chapter 1

Chapter 1- Addition Concepts

Lesson 1.1- Use Pictures to Add to

  • Objective: to use pictures to "add to" and find sums.
  • Vocabulary words for this lesson are:
    • add to



    Lesson 1.2- Model Adding to
    • Objective: to use concrete objects to solve "adding to" addition problems. 
    • Vocabulary:
      • addition sentence 
      • is equal to =
      • plus +
      • sum


    Lesson 1.3- Model Putting Together
    • Objective: Use concrete objects to solve "putting together" addition problems.
    • Vocabulary:
      • add



    Lesson 1.4- Model Addition
    • Objective: Solve adding to and putting together situations using the strategy make a model.




    Lesson 1.5- Add Zero
    • Objective: Understand and apply the Additive Identity Property for Addition.
    • Vocabulary:
      • Zero



    Lesson 1.6- Add in Any Order
    • Objective: Explore the Commutative Property for Addition.
    • Vocabulary: 
      • addends 
      • order

    Lesson 1.7- Put Together Numbers to 10
    • Objective: Model and record all the ways to put together numbers within 10.


    Lesson 1.8- Addition to 10
    • Objective: Build fluency for addition within 10.
    • Lesson 8 Video 
     
    Touch Dots

    Fact Families

    Free Apps for Chapter 1 to try:
    • 1st Grade Math: Splash Math
    • Counting and Addition
    • Numbers, Addition and Subtraction!
    • First & Second Grade Math Challenge- Barnyard Edition
    Free Websites for Chapter 1 to try:
    • http://www.abcya.com/first_grade_computers.htm