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    Math

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    Much like reading, we will use guided math strategies in the classroom. Math will consist of a brief whole group lesson followed by four small groups. Children will be broken into math groups and receive instruction on their levels during those small groups. Groups will consist of a variety of activities and follow the acronym MATH - Mrs. Lylo, At your seat, Technology, Hands on. 

     

    Trimester 1

    • Count by tens and ones from 0-120
    • Gather and represent data in tables and charts
    • Use the make a ten strategy to increase fluency
    • Represent and solve addition and subtraction problems to 20 using concrete objects, drawings, and equations
    • Represent and solve different types of addition and subtraction word problems to 10
    • Read and write time to the nearest hour on analog and digital clocks
    • Count groups of coins using pennies and dimes

    Trimester 2

    • Use the concepts of tens and ones to represent and compare two digit numbers
    • Measure the length of an object by comparing it to another object
    • Order objects according to length
    • Measure length with nonstandard units
    • Represent and solve addition and subtraction problems to 50 using concrete objects, drawings, and equations
    • Represent and solve different types of addition and subtraction word problems to 20
    • Count groups of coins using nickels and pennies
    • Read and write time to the nearest half-hour on analog and digital clocks

    Trimester 3

    • Identify and distinguish attributes of 2D and 3D shapes
    • Compose geometric shapes from two or more smaller shapes
    • Decompose geometric shapes into halves and fourths
    • Use place value concepts and properties of operations to find sums and differences within 100
    • Represent and solve addition and subtraction word problems within 100
    • Use data in tables and charts to solve problems
    • Count groups of coins including dimes, nickels, and pennies
    • Read and write time to the nearest 5 minutes on analog and digital clocks