The Everyday Mathematics program is scientifically research-based and proven to build students’ mathematical knowledge from the basics to higher-order thinking and critical problem solving. It is based on a spiral structure, in which beginning and developing skills are reintroduced over multiple units, rather than focused on in chunks. You may find that the strategies and methods for solving problems are unlike the traditional math we learned as kids.
It will be helpful for you to read the Family Letters on www.everydaymathonline.com to help explain upcoming content and activities that we will be doing in the classroom. You will need your child's log-in information to access this site.Click the link above to access skills taught throughout each unit.100 Grid Practice at Home!Click here to practice writing numbers at home. Make sure your numbers are written in order and without any reversals. We will practice using this number grid every month in first grade.1st Grade Math Curriculum
- See more at: https://www.cbsd.org/Page/11140#sthash.Achdtfjt.dpuf· Count by 2s to 50 and 5s to 100.
· Read and write 2-digit numbers.
· Order and compare numbers to 100.
· Understand place value for tens and ones.
· Find sums and missing addends.
· Know addition and subtraction facts to 18.
· Add/subtract using a number grid.
· Understand meaning of addition and subtraction.
· Use symbols +, -, =.
· Write and solve addition and subtraction number stories.
· Find equivalent names for numbers.
· Sort and identify objects by attributes.
· Calculate the values of combinations of pennies, nickels, and dimes.
· Show money amounts with coins.
· Tell time on the hour, and ½ hour.
· Measure to the nearest inch.
· Apply and explain problem solving strategies.
· Exchange pennies for nickels.
· Find patterns in +/- facts.