Bolivar Primary School

Learning for Life

1st Grade Reading Map 

Week 1

____ Unit 1; Week 1- Taking Care of Books CCS RF1.3b, CCS L1.5a-d- Having Favorite books, Taking Care of Books, Storing Books in My Book Basket, Putting Classroom Books Away, and Taking Care of a Damaged Book

       ____ Crabby Cat’s Shopping

       ____ Concepts of Print- parts of a book

       ____ Phonics- short /a/

       ____ Vocabulary- opposites

       ____ Fluency- Choral Reading

       ____ Comprehension- Thinking sequentially- support in retelling a story 

Week 2

____ Unit 1; Week 2- Choosing Books CCS RF1.3b, CCS L1.5a-d- Thinking About Books You’ve Enjoyed, Looking for Books on Favorite Topics, Looking for Favorite Authors and Characters, Having a Favorite Genre, and Previewing a Book

       ____ Dee and Me

       ____ Phonemic Awareness- Recognize Rhyme

       ____ Phonics- short /e/

       ____ Vocabulary- house words

       ____ Fluency- smooshing words together

       ____ Comprhension- Thinking sequentially 

Week 3

____ Unit 1;  Week 3- Knowing Yourself as a Reader CCS FR1.3b, CCS L1.5a-d- Finding a Place to Read, Understanding That Readers are Different (pg. 57- extend the lesson- use two hula hoops), Choosing a “Just Right” Book, Using the Five-Finger Rule, and Thinking About Why You Like a Book

       ____ Poems

       ____ Phonemic Awareness- Identify Rhyme

       ____ Phonics- short /i/

       ____ Vocabulary- signs

       ____ Fluency- using punctuation

       ____ Comprehension- Recalling Steps in a Sequence 

Week 4

____ Unit 1; Week 4- Building  Reading Stamina CCS RF1.3b, CCS L1.5a-d, CCS RF1.2b- Rereading Favorite Books, Understanding Different Purposes for Reading, Keeping Track of Books, Reading Every Day, and Having a Next  Book to Read

       ____ Life Cycles

       ____ Phonemic Awareness- Onset and Rime Blending

       ____ Phonics- short /o/

      ____ Vocabulary- family words

      ____ Fluency- return sweep

      ____ Comprehension- guided retelling- retelling plot

Week 5

____ Unit 2; Week 1- Making Predictions CCS L1.5a-d, CCS RF1.2c-d- Using the title and cover to make predictions, taking a picture walk, sharing your predictions, checking your predictions, and revising your predictions

       ____ Shadows

       ____ Phonemic Awareness- Phoneme  Categorization

       ____ Phonics- final consonants- g, n, s

      ____ Vocabulary- size words

      ____ Fluency- typeface clues

      ____ Comprehension- guided retelling- identify the main idea in nonfiction 

Week 6

____ Unit 2; Week 2- Asking Questions-CCS RL1.1-3, CCS RI 1.1, CCS RF 1.2d, CCS L1.5a-d Asking Questions About the Title, Asking Questions About Pictures, Sharing Questions with Others, Asking Questions as You Read,  Asking “I wonder” Questions (song by Joelle)

      ____ Eat Your Vegetables

      ____ Phonemic Awareness- onset and rime

      ____ Phonics- Short /u/

      ____ Vocabulary- vegetable words

      ____ Fluency- page navigation

      ____ Comprehension- guided retelling- identifying the main idea in nonfiction 

Week 7

____ Unit 2; Week 3- Problem-Solving Unfamiliar Words- CCSRF 1.2b-d, CCSL1.5a-d Using What you Know About Words, Finding Little Words in Big Words, Using Word Endings to Figure Out Unfamiliar Words, Rereading to Figure Out a Word, and Using a Dictionary

     ____ Crabby Cat at School

     ____ Phonemic Awareness- Phoneme Blending

     ____ Phonics- final consonants- /d/, /f/, /t/, /m/

     ____ Vocabulary- school words

     ____ Fluency- punctuation

     ____ Comprehension- guided retelling- identifying problem and solution. 

Week 8

_____ Unit 2; Week 4- Summarizing and Retelling-CCS RL1.2, CCS L1.5a-d, CCS RF1.2c Noticing the Order of Events in a Story, Using Pictures to Think About What Happens on a Page, Thinking About Story Events as You Read, Identifying Beginning, Middle and End, Reviewing the Story Events in Order

     ____ Once Upon a Time

     ____ Phonemic Awareness- Initial Phoneme Substitution

     ____ Phonics- final consonants /ck/, /l/, /n/, /r/

     ____Vocabulary- figurative language

     ____ Fluency- repetition

     ____ Comprehension- guided retelling- identifying problem and solution 

Week 9

____ Unit 3; Week 1- Making Connections-CCS RI1.3 noticing when books remind you of something, using connections to understand the text, making connections to other books, using other text-to-text connections, and making connections to the larger world

      ____ Time for Bed

      ____ Phonemic Awareness- phoneme categorization

      ____ Phonics- initial/final consonant digraphs /th/, /wh/, /sh/, and /ch/

      ____ Vocabulary- animal names

      ____ Fluency- rhyme

      ____ Comprehension- guided retelling- discussing plot 

Week 10

____ Unit 3; Week 2- Activating Background Knowledge- CCS RF1.2b,    CCSL1.5a-d Thinking about what you know before reading, thinking about what you know during reading, using what you know to figure things out, talking with others about what you know, recognizing what you don’t know

       ____ Where Does the Rabbit Hop

       ____ Phonemic Awareness- phoneme blending

       ____ Phonics- l-blends

       ____ Vocabulary- positional words

       ____ Fluency- Using Punctuation

       ____ Comprehension-guided reading- identifying setting 

Week 11

____ Unit 3; Week 3 Building Vocabulary and Concept Knowledge CCS L1.5a-d- using pictures to predict story words, using clues to figure out new words and concepts, using multiple clues to figure out unfamiliar words, using what you know to figure unfamiliar words, substituting similar words to check meaning

      ____ Jamberry

      ____ Phonemic Awareness- generate rhyme

      ____ Phonics- review short vowels

      ____ Vocabulary- compound words

      ____ Fluency- rhyme

      ____ Comprehension- guided retelling- character development 

Week 12

___ Unit 3; Week 4- Making Inferences-CCS L1.5a-d Using Clues to Infer Meaning, Using Clues to Understand Unfamiliar Words, Making Sense of Text, Creating Pictures in Your Mind (Song from Joelle), Making Inferences About Characters

     ____ Dreams

     ____ Phonemic Awareness- phoneme substitution

     ____Phonics- r-blends

     ____ Vocabulary- Comparative Words

     ____Fluency- Punctuation- exclamations

     ____ Comprehension- guided retell- sequence and character 

Week 13

____ Unit 4; Week 1- Understanding Story Grammar-CCS RL1.3, CCS RF1.2b, CCS L1.5a-d  identifying the main character and setting, identifying the problem, identifying the relationships between characters, identifying how the main character plans to solve the problem, and identifying the story resolution

      ____ The Little Red Hen (Makes a Pizza)

      ____ Phonemic Awareness- phoneme blending

      ____ Phonics- s-blends

      ____ Vocabulary- food words

      ____ Fluency- characterization

      ____ Comprehension- guided retelling- sequence and character description 

Week 14

____ Thanksgiving Week 

Week 15

____ Unit 4; Week 2- Understanding Story Grammar-CCS RL1.3, CCS RF1.2b, CCS L1.5a-d  identifying the characters and setting, identifying the relationships between characters, identifying the problem, understanding a character, and understanding the main character’s relationship to the plot

    ____ Whistle for Willie

    ____ Phonemic Awareness- phoneme substitution

    ____ Phonics- final blends

    ____ Vocabulary- action words

    ____ Fluency-chunking

    ____ Comprehension- guided retelling- causes of events 

Week 16

____ Unit 4; Week 3- Identifying and Understanding Literary Devices-CCS L1.5a-d, CCS RI1.7 recognizing hints from the author, recognizing surprising events, understanding that words have different meanings, recognizing how a author uses words, and using words to create pictures in your mind

    ____”The Dark House”

    ____”The Secret Place”

    ____”My Loose Tooth”

    ____”If You Should Meet a Crocodile”

    ____”Cat”

    ____Phonemic Awareness-phoneme manipulation

    ____Phonics-long vowels a (a_e) and i (i_e)

    ____Vocabulary-descriptive words

    ____Fluency-chunking

    ____Comprehension-guided retelling-details and prior knowledge 

Week 17

____Unit 4; Week 4- Identifying and Using Text Features-CCS RF1.2a,               CCS L1.5a-d using the front and back covers to preview and predict, using illustrations to understand the story, using capitalization to understand important words, identifying and using dialogue, using the afterword to understand the story

    ____ Nana Upstairs and Nana Downstairs

    ____ Phonemic Awareness-phoneme deletion

    ____Phonics- long vowel o (o_e, o)

    ____Vocabulary- compound words

    ____Fluency-appropriate pace

    ____Comprehension-guided retelling-details and prior knowledge 

Week 18

____Christmas 

Week 19

____Back from Christmas Break 

Week 20

____Unit 5; Week 1-Learning Information from Nonfiction CCS L1.5a-d, CCS RF1.2 a&c-previewing a nonfiction text, identifying what you want to learn, making text-to-world connections as you read, answering question as you read, identifying new information you want to learn,

    ____ Road Builders

    ____ Phonemic Awareness- phoneme isolation

    ____Phonics- long o (oa, ow, oe); Long a (ai, ay)

    ____Vocabulary-action words

    ____Fluency-accuracy

    ____Comprehension-guided retelling- retelling using illustrations 

Week 21

____Unit 5; Week 2-Learning Information from Nonfiction CCS L1.5a-d, CCS RI1.3, CCS RI 1.4-previewing a nonfiction text, making text-to-self connections as you read, asking questions as you read, learning new information as you read, identifying new information you want to learn

    ____ Life Cycles

    ____ Phonemics Awareness-phoneme deletion

    ____ Phonics-words with –ed

    ____ Vocabulary-family activity words

    ____Fluency-repetition

    ____Comprehension-guided retelling- retelling using illustrations 

Week 22

____Unit 5; Week 3-Identifying and Using Nonfiction Features and Structures CCS RI1.5, CCS L1.5a-d, CCS F1.4b-using the contents page, exploring the role of photographs, identifying and using headings, using boldface words and a glossary, identifying ways nonfiction books are organized

    ____ Eva the Beekeeper

    ____ Phonemics Awareness-phoneme manipulation

    ____ Phonics-long vowels e (e_e, ee, e) and u (u_e)

    ____ Vocabulary-words related to seasons

    ____Fluency-accuracy

    ____Comprehension-guided retelling- applying prior knowledge to nonfiction topics 

Week 23

____Unit 5; Week 4- Identifying and Using Nonfiction Features and Structures CCS RI1.5, CCS RF1.2a, CCS L1.1c –identifying and using italicized words, identifying and using labels, identifying and using captions, reading a chart, identifying ways nonfiction books are organized

    ____ Eat Your Vegetables

    ____ Phonemics Awareness-phoneme addition

    ____ Phonics- long e (ea, y, ey)

    ____ Vocabulary-plurals

    ____Fluency-intonation

    ____Comprehension-guided retelling- applying prior knowledge to nonfiction topics 

Week 24

____Unit 6; Week 1- Taking Notes on Fiction CCS RI1.1-2 –drawing pictures after reading, writing ideas on sticky note, taking notes on a bookmark, using your notes to write a summary, sharing favorite parts of a book

    ____ Clean Your Room Harvey Moon

    ____ Phonemics Awareness-phoneme segmentation

    ____ Phonics- words with oo

    ____ Vocabulary-context clues

    ____Fluency-rhyme

    ____Comprehension-guided retelling- illustrations and character motivation 

Week 25

____Unit 6; Week 2- Taking Notes on Nonfiction CCS RI 1.1-2 –using a graphic organizer, taking notes on a graphic organizer, adding details to a graphic organizer, using a graphic organizer to talk about a book, using a graphic organizer to write a summery

    ____ Follow a River

    ____ Phonemics Awareness-phoneme manipulation

    ____ Phonics- dipthongs ou, ow

    ____ Vocabulary-geographical words

    ____Fluency-typeface clues: chapter heads

    ____Comprehension-guided retelling- sequential story map 

Week 26

____Unit 6; Week 3- Self Monitoring/Self Correcting CCS RF1.2a-b, CCS L1.5a-d, CCS F1.4c–asking “Does it look right?”, asking “Does it sound right?”, asking “Does it make sense?”, using multiple strategies to problem solve a word, checking your own ideas against the text

    ____ Way Our West Lives A Coyote Named Frank

    ____ Phonemics Awareness-phoneme blending

    ____ Phonics- long vowel review

    ____ Vocabulary-alliteration

    ____Fluency-alliteration

    ____Comprehension-guided retelling- sequential story map 

Week 27

____ Unit 6; Week 4- Visualizing CCS RI1.7, CCS L1.5a-d- comparing your images to the illustrator’s, using background knowledge to visualize, using words and phrased to visualize, pausing to visualize and sharing your visualization

      ____  The Ugliest Dog in the World

      ____ Phonemic Awareness- phoneme segmentation

      ____ Phonics- variant vowels- au, al, all

      ____ Vocabulary-figurative language- metaphor

      ____ Fluency- appropriate rate

      ____ Comprehension- guided retelling- using a concept web to retell 

Week 28

____ Unit 7; Week 1- Responding to Characters CCS RI1.7, CCS L1.1b&d- identifying how the author tells you about the character, using words and pictures to describe a character, making connections to the character, noticing how the character changes during the story, having favorite characters

       ____ Nana Upstairs and Nana Downstairs

       ____ Phonemic Awareness- phoneme addition

       ____ phonics- r-controlled vowel /or/

       ____ Vocabulary- possessive words

       ____ fluency- proper nouns and names

       ____ Comprehension- written retelling- using pictures and words to retell 

Week 29-

_____ Circus/Spring Read Alouds 

Weeks 30-33-

____ Terra Nova Test Prep 

Week 34-

____Unit 7; Week 2- Evaluating NonfictionCCS RI1.1&2- understanding the purpose of nonfiction books, evaluating how a book matches your purpose for reading, finding information about the author, thinking about how the author got information, evaluating a  book

     ____ Road Builders

     ____ Phonemic Awareness- phoneme manipulation

    ____ Phonics- r-controlled vowels /ir/, /er/

    ____ Vocabulary- using a dictionary

    ____ Fluency- chunking

    ____ Comprehension- independent retelling- details and prior knowledge 

Week 35

____ Unit 7; Week 3- Distinguishing between fantasy and reality CCS RI1.6, CCS RF1.2b- determining if a book is realistic or fantasy, identifying events in a book that could happen, identifying events in a book that are fantasy, recognizing how characters are and aren’t like real people, responding to a book

     ____ Charlie Parker Played Be Bop

     ____ Phonemic Awareness- phoneme blending

     ____ Phonics- multisyllabic words

     ____ Vocabulary- onomatopoeia

     ____ Fluency- intonation

     ____ Comprehension- independent retelling- personal connections 

Week 36

____ Unit 7; Week 4-Engaging with books CCS L1.5a-d, CCS RL1.3- talking back to characters, thinking about the author, putting yourself into a story, being affected by what your read, considering alternative endings and settings

     ____ The Little Red Hen (Makes a Pizza)

     ____ Phonemic Awareness- phoneme addition

     ____ Phonics- r-controlled vowel /ar/

     ____ Vocabulary- contractions

     ____ Fluency- characterization

     ____ Comprehension- guided retelling- using inferences


 1st grade Writing Map

 Weeks 1-3

____ Writers Workshop procedures

         ____ Step by Step Writing Lessons K-1 book

         ____ set up writer’s notebooks (journals, seeds, folders)

         ____ beginning of year writing sample (pet prompt)

         ____ Journal Writing

____ Morning Messages- Beyond Morning Message (this can be done weekly)

____ Traits of Writing- Ideas- CCS: W 1.1- W 1.3

        ____ Unit 1 (GHGR) week 2- Writers Find Ideas Everywhere

        ____ writer’s notebooks- idea maps (heart, seasons, school, friends, star maps)

        ____ Mrs. Howe’s ideas song

        ____ Mentor texts

        ____ Wee Can Write book- uses mentor text and covers each writing trait with that book 

Week 4

____ Unit 1 (GHGR) Good Readers are Good Writers- CCS: L. 1.1a, CCS: L. 1.2

         ____ Lessons 1-3- (week 1)- We Are All Writers

         ____ Grammar Mini lesson- sentences (pg. 27)

         ____ Mechanics of sentences

         ____ modeling good sentence writing 

Week 5

____ Unit 1 (GHGR) Good Readers are Good Writers - CCS: L. 1.1

        _____ Grammar Mini lesson- parts of sentence-nouns/verbs (pgs. 30 & 34)

        _____ Continue mechanics

        _____ Continue modeling 

Week 6

____ End Unit 1 CCS: W.1.1-3

____ Grammar Mini lesson- Word Order (pg. 37) 

Week 7

___ Writing Traits- Organization and review Ideas- CCS: W.1.1-3

      ____ Organization song

      ____ Wee Can Write book- mentor texts

      ____ Graphic Organizers- Ms. Smith (When, Where, What, Who, Why and Great Beginnings and Cool Endings, Somebody/Wanted/But/So….)

      ____ Circle Story Cards 

Week 8

____ Unit 2 (GHGR)- Writers Write for Readers- CCS: W.1.1-3

       ____ Lessons 1-3 and grammar mini lesson (week1)- Format Matters 

Week 9

____ Unit 2 (GHGR)- Writers Write for Readers CCS: W.1.1-3

      ____ Lessons 1-3 and grammar mini lesson (week 2)- Planning Our Story 

Week 10

____ Unit 2 (GHGR)- Writers Write for Readers CCS: W.1.1-3

       ____ Lessons 1-3 and grammar mini-lesson (week 3)- Thinking About the Reader 

Week 11

____ Unit 3 (GHGR)- Personal Narratives CCS: W.1.1-3

        ____ Lessons 1-3 and grammar mini lesson (week 1)

        ____ Develop a Topic and Add Details 

Week 12

____ Unit 3 (GHGR)- Personal Narratives CCS: W.1.1-3

        ____ Lessons 1-3 and grammar mini lesson (weeks 2-3, exclude lesson 2 on week 3)

        ____ Revise, Edit and Publish 

Week 13

____ Writing Traits- Sentence Fluency CCS: W.1.1-3

       ____ Sentence Fluency song

       ____ Wee Can Write- Mentor text

       ____ Poems

       ____ Empty Lines Page (to make 3-8 word sentences) 

Week 14 (two days)

____ Thanksgiving and Fall Writing CCS: W.1.1-3 

Week 15 and 16

____ Unit 4 Pattern Books CCS: W.1.1-3

        ____ Explore Pattern Books and Plan Pattern Books

        ____ Write and Publish Pattern Books 

Week 17 and 18

____ Christmas Writing and Catch-up Week CCS: W.1.1-3 

Week 19 (two days)

____ Review procedures 

Week 20

____ Writing Traits-Conventions CCS: W.1.1-3

        ____ Conventions song

        ____ Wee Can Write- Mentor text

        ____ Writing check list- Ms. Smith

        ____ Colored Pens (green-uppercase, red-punctuation) 

Week 21-23

____ Unit 5- Informational Writing- CCS: W.1.7-8

       ____ How to Books- all lessons from weeks 1 and 2

       ____ Martin Luther King writing 

Week 24

____Writing Traits- Voice CCS: W.1.1-3

       ____ Voice Song

       ____ Wee Can Write- Mentor text

       ­­­­­____ Emotion Faces and Find the Face pages- Ms. Smith

       ____ Use Your Vocal Cords page- Ms. Smith

       ____ Voice Checklist 

Week 25

_____ Valentine Writing 

Week 26-27

____ Unit 6- Realistic Stories CCS: W.1.1-3

       ____ week 1 lessons

       ____ week 2/4 lessons

       ____ week 3 lessons 

Week 28

____ Writing Traits- Word Choice

        ____ Word Choice song

        ____ Wee Can Write- Mentor text

        ____ Five senses page- Ms. Smith

        ____ Alpha-boxes page-Ms. Smith 

Week 29

____ Circus and Spring Writing 

Week 30

____ Catch-up Week and Review procedures 

Week 31-32

____ Unit 5- All-About books

       ____ all lessons from the two weeks 

Week 33

____ Terra Nova prep, trait review, and catch-up 

Week 34

____ Terra Nova week ? 

Week 35

____ Unit 7- Writing to Respond to Reading

       ­­­­_____ Favorite Character lessons 

Week 36

____ Unit 7- Writing to Respond to Reading

       ____ What have you learned from a book

       ____ Non-fiction posters 

Week 37

____ Unit 7- Writing to Respond to Reading

        ____ Book Review

        ____ Celebration of Success Writing 

Week 38

____ Last Day J


 

                                                                                                                                                                                                             Math Map

Math Objectives Being Taught

1st Grade

 

* The following concepts will be taught during Calendar Math to supplement Real Math Lessons: 

  1. Calendar concepts (days of week, months of year, yesterday, today, tomorrow)
  2. Place value
  3. Naming coins and their value
  4. Counting by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s
  5. Recognizing numbers
  6. Telling time to the hour and half-hour
  7. Weather 

** The following Real Math Components will be implemented using ePlanner: 

  1. Chapter Pre-Test
  2. Mental Math (daily)
  3. Develop (daily)
  4. Student Worksheets (daily – whole group or individual)
  5. End-of-Chapter Test 

Chapter 1 (CCS:1.NBT.1-2)

 (13 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test, and flexibility for procedures/Singapore Math intervention/enrichment/review/etc.-19 days)

_____  classifying and counting objects

_____  recognize and extend patterns

_____  counting to share using more, fewer, or equal to

_____  trace and write numbers

_____  reading and writing numbers 0-20

_____  read and write number using expanded notation 10-20 and emphasize place value

_____  strategies for counting objects 9-10 

Chapter 2: (CCS:1.NBT.1; 1.MD.4)

(8 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test and 1 day for flexibility-11 days)

_____  introduction of number line 0-20

_____  say or write numbers that come before or after

_____  counting on and back using a number line

_____  record tallies up to 20

_____  organize data using a bar graph 

Chapter 3:  (CCS:1.MD.1-2)

(6 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test and 1 day for flexibility-9 days)

_____  use number strips for nonstandard measurement- Measurement 2A

_____  estimate and compare length using nonstandard measurement- Measurement 2A

_____  measure length and height using nonstandard measurement- Measurement 2A

_____  estimate and measure weight using nonstandard measurement- Measurement 2A

_____  estimate and measure capacity using nonstandard measurement- Measurement 2A 

Chapter 4: (CCS:1.OA.3-6)

 (11 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test and 1 day for flexibility-14 days)

_____  use finger sets and hidden counters to add

_____  use finger sets to subtract

_____  introduce +, -, and =-

_____  addition and subtraction in vertical form

_____  adding and subtracting using a number line

_____  adding with number strips

_____  subtracting with number strips 

Chapter 5: (CCS:1.OA 3-6)

(11 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test and 1 day for flexibility-14 days)

_____  add pennies and nickels up to 10 cents

_____  add $1 and $5 up to $10

_____  sums of 10

_____  adding 5

_____  add and subtract using finger sets

_____  use mental math to solve addition and subtraction facts 0-10

_____  solve addition and subtraction facts using function machines 

Chapter 6: (CCS:1.OA.3-6)

(12 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test and 1 day for flexibility -15 days)

_____  use an addition table to add-

_____  add doubles 0-10

_____  adding 10

_____  use manipulatives to find facts 0-20

_____  use pennies, nickels, and dimes to make sums to 20

_____  addition facts near doubles

Chapter 7: (CCS:1.OA.1-6, 8; 1.NBT.3)

(10 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test and 1 day for flexibility -13 days)

_____  use manipulatives to find missing addends

_____  relating addition and subtraction using number strips and a number line-

_____  practice subtraction facts with -10, -9, -8

_____  practice subtraction facts with related addition doubles

_____  inequalities and equalities using < and > 

Chapter 8: (CCS:1.OA.1-2, 5-6; 1.NBT.1)

(11 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test and 1 day for flexibility -14 days)

_____  recognize ordinal numbers using a calendar

_____  form amounts 1 cent to 40 cents with pennies, nickels, and dimes

_____  addition of numbers to 40 using counters

_____  subtraction of numbers to 40 using counters
_____  counting to 100 by 10’s

_____  write numbers to 100 using a number chart

_____  add and subtract multiples of 10

_____  choose the appropriate operation whether + or - 

Chapter 9: (CCS:1.G. 1-2)

(10 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test and 1 day for flexibility -13 days)

_____  review the names of common 2-D shapes

_____  introduce and practice symmetry

_____  introduce and practice congruent shapes

_____  identify 3-D shapes 

Chapter 10: (CCS:1.G.3; 1.MD.3)

(9 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test and 1 day for flexibility -12 days)

_____  divide a number of objects into ½’s

_____  work on ½’s and ¼’s through measurement

_____  introduce 1/3’s through length

_____  divide shapes into ½’s, 1/3’s and ¼’s

_____  use a clock to practice fractions 

*Chapter 12: (CCS:1.NBT. 1, 4-6; 1.OA.5-6)

 (10 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test and 1 day for flexibility -13 days)

_____  read and write numbers to 100

_____  practice skip counting by 2, 3, and 5

_____  use arrays to solve addition problems

_____  form amounts up to $1 using pennies, nickels, and dimes

_____  use quarters to make amounts of money

_____  count by 5’s and 10’s

_____  add 2 digit numbers

_____  subtract 2 digit numbers

_____  use half dollars to make amounts of money 

*This chapter is taught before Chapter 11 because these concepts are assessed on the Terra Nova 

Chapter 11: (CCS:1.MD.1-2)

(9 lessons, 2 days for pretest/post-test and 1 day for flexibility -12 days)

_____  measure and record temperature in Fahrenheit

_____  measure and record temperature in Celsius

_____  measure length in nonstandard units

_____  measure length in centimeters

_____  measure length in inches

_____  measure weight in grams

_____  measure weight in pounds

_____  measure capacity in liters

_____  measure capacity in quarts

* Revised 5-30-12 to comply with Math Power Standards/Common Core Standards.

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