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Patterns

How to find the next item in the pattern

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First Day Feelings Math Graph

After reading "First Day Jitters" students will use Jamboard to tell the class what their feelings are the first day of school.

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Numeracy

how to teach numeracy to grade 1

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The Nombres Froms 1 To 5

counting small,homogenous and ordely quantities.reding the nombres from 1 to 5.

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Partitioning

what station activity w can use

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Identifying Numbers 1-20

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Break Apart 10

Breaking 10

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Place Value

DAY 3

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Arithmetic Operations

Practices in different Arithmetic Operations

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Times

Understand concepts of time: today, yesterday, tomorrow; understand clocks and calendars are tools that measure time

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Shapes

Identify circles, squares, triangles and rectangles and identifies single attributes of objects by size, shape, or color

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Counting From 1 To 10

A lesson plan for a week about counting from 1 to 10

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Count

Counting the human life

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Unit 2 (Representing Numbers To 120)

Students continue to build on their learning and are able to represent numbers to 120 in standard and expanded forms. Students use concrete objects (counters and double ten frames, straws (bundled), linking cubes, base-ten blocks, place value disks), pictorial models (double ten frames, base ten representations on a place value chart) and numerical representations (expanded, written and standard form). (1.2B, 1.2C)

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Unit 1- Representing Whole Numbers To 120

(Representing Numbers to 120 - Focus to 50) Students focus on recognizing , composing and decomposing numbers to 50 in more than one way. Progression should begin with double ten frames images, then progress to use of linking cubes (to support the notion of unitizing) and ends with base ten tens and ones. Pictorial models (base-ten drawings, place value charts and number lines) and numerical representations (expanded form and standard form). Students begin to instantly recognize numbers from patterns (example patterns on ten frames, snap cubes, dominos, dots on a number cube - 6 black dots and 2 two white dots… ) Students review the fundamentals of the base-ten and place value systems through the use of double ten frames; by thinking in terms of “tens” and “ones” students can more efficiently count with unitizing and counting on (instead of one-to-one correspondence) for the understanding of whole numbers to 120. Students compose and decompose numbers in more than one way, by exploring on double ten frames

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1.3D Apply Basic Fact Strategies To Add And Subtract Within 20, Including Making 10 And Decomposing A Number Leading To A 10

1.3D apply basic fact strategies to add and subtract within 20, including making 10 and decomposing a number leading to a 10

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1.3A Use Concrete And Pictorial Models To Determine The Sum Of A Multiple Of Ten And One-Digit Number In Problems Up To 99

1.3A use concrete and pictorial models to determine the sum of a multiple of ten and one-digit number in problems up to 99

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Sin Equations

how do sin equations work

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how can we add and subtract

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Counting Pennies And Dimes

Students will be able to identify and count dimes and pennies and relate their sums to place value.

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Recognizing And Counting Pennies

Students will be able to identify and count pennies.

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Visualizing And Giving The Place Value And Value Of A Digit In One And Two Digit Numbers

How to visualize and give the place value and value of a one and two digit numbers