Beginning of the Year Test (Assessment Guide)

30 Days
9/3 – 10/16

Unit 1
Early Number Activities

Numbers
1.1.I Classify a number as odd or even and demonstrate that it is odd or even.
1.1.D Order objects or events using ordinal numbers.
Operations
1.2.A Connect physical and pictorial representations to addition and subtraction equations.
1.2.B Use the equal sign (=) and the word equals to indicate that two expressions are equivalent.
1.2.E Add three or more onedigit numbers using the commutative and associative properties of addition.
1.1.F Fluently compose and decompose numbers to 10.
1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations.
Algebra
1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations.
1.2.I Recognize, extend, and create number patterns.
Geometry & Measurement
1.3.A Compare and sort a variety of two and threedimensional figures according to their geometric attributes.
1.3.B Identify and name twodimensional figures, including those in realworld contexts, regardless of size or orientation.
1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month. (calendar routine)
Process P.E.s
1.6.A, 1.6.E

Find partners of numbers.
Draw 1 through 10 objects.
Show numbers using 5groups.
Identify and continue patterns.
Daily Routines
See Money Routine (T.E. Xxiii – XXiV)
120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Number Path, Secret Code Cards
Begin at 0
Add 2 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 20)
Add 3 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 50)
Add 4 pennies each day for 5 days (get to 70)
Add 3 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 100)
See Calendar Routine (T.E. XXV)

Days of the Week
Number Parade
Number
Math
Shape
Zero / One / Two
Pair
Repeating pattern
Triangle
Side / corner
Rectangle / square
Total
Turn
BreakApart Stick
Partner
Addend
Plus sign
Pentagon
Pattern
5partners
First / second / third / fourth / fifth / sixth /
7th / 8th / 9th / 10th
More / less / equal
Stair Steps
Circle / oval
Switch the partners
Row
5group
Extra ones
Doubles
Odd / even
Equal shares
Equal partners

Unit 1 Test
SAB pgs. 41  42

25 Days
10/19 – 11/25

Unit 2
Operations and Simple Equations

Numbers
1.1.I Classify a number as odd or even and demonstrate that it is odd or even.
1.1.A Count by ones forward and backward from 1 to 120, starting at any number, and count by twos, fives, and tens to 100.
1.1.H Group and count objects by tens, fives, and twos.
Operations
1.2.A Connect physical and pictorial representations to addition and subtraction equations.
1.2.B Use the equal sign (=) and the word equals to indicate that two expressions are equivalent.
1.1.F Fluently compose and decompose numbers to 10.
1.2.G Quickly recall addition facts and related subtraction facts for sums equal to 10.
1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations.
Geometry & Measurement
1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month.
Process P.E.s
1.6.A, 1.6.B, 1.6.E, 1.6.F

Represent and solve addition and subtraction picture problems.
Write and solve addition and subtraction equations.
Solve problems with money.
Daily Routines
See Money Routine
(T.E. XXiii – XXiV)
120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Number Path, Secret Code Cards
Continue adding 3 pennies each day til you get to 100.
Add 2 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 120)
Add 3 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 150)
See More and Less (T.E. XXV)
See Calendar Routine (T.E. XXV)

Days of the Week
Add
Partner
Total
More
Circle drawing
Equal
Equals sign
Not equals sign
Equation
Number sentence
Math Board
Reasonable
Before / after
Counting on
Above / below
Penny / nickel / cent
Coin
Cost
Up / down
Greater number
Pattern
Number Quilt
Behind / in front of / next to
List
Minus / minus sign
Subtract/subtraction
Solve
Subtraction story
Proof drawings
Just before/just after
Across / up / down

Unit 2 Test:
SAB pgs. 77  80

20 Days
11/30 – 1/8

Unit 3
Story Problem Strategies

Numbers
1.1.D Order objects or events using ordinal numbers.
Operations
1.2.A Connect physical and pictorial representations to addition and subtraction equations.
1.2.B Use the equal sign (=) and the word equals to indicate that two expressions are equivalent.
1.2.D Demonstrate the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction by undoing an addition problem with subtraction and vice versa.
1.1.F Fluently compose and decompose numbers to 10.
1.2.G Quickly recall addition facts and related subtraction facts for sums equal to 10.
1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations.
Algebra
1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations.
1.2.I Recognize, extend, and create number patterns.
Geometry & Measurement
1.3.C Combine known shapes to create shapes and divide known shapes into other shapes. Geometry/Measurement, level 3
Process P.E.s
1.6.A, 1.6.B, 1.6.E, 1.6.F

Solve addition equations with an unknown partner or total.
Solve subtraction equations.
Represent and solve addition and subtraction story problems.
Daily Routines
See Money Routine
(T.E. XXiii – XXiV)
120 Poster, Money Flip Chart,
Number Path, Secret Code Cards
Continue adding 3 pennies each day til you get to 150.
Add 4 pennies each day for 5 days (get to 170)
Add 3 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 200)
Add 2 pennies each day for 20 days (get to 240)
See Calendar Routine (T.E. XXV)
Using Ordinal Numbers
See Number Partners (T.E. XXVi)

Math Mountain
Unknown partner
Story problem
Label
Triangle
Equation
Benchmark
More
Less
Number Grabber
Subtraction story problem
Minus story
Nickel
Penny
Subtraction
Apart
Before
After
Above
Below
Pattern
Unknown total
Up
Down
Left
Right
Together

Unit 3 Test:
SAB pgs. 115  118

24 days
1/11 – 2/5

UNIT 4
Basic Ten Structured Concepts
Connect Number Path to Number line model
Do Extension Lessons 1 & 2 in Volume 2, pgs. 921  932

Numbers
1.1.G Group numbers into tens and ones in more than one way. (only reinforces 1 wayfewest pieces)
1.1.E Write, compare, and order numbers to 120.
1.1.A Count by ones forward and backward from 1 to 120, starting at any number, and count by twos, fives, and tens to 100.
1.1.B Name the number that is one less or one more than any number given verbally up to120.
1.1.C Read aloud numerals from 0 to 1,000. (only #’s to 100)
1.1.H Group and count objects by tens, fives, and twos. (10s only)
Operations
1.2.A Connect physical and pictorial representations to addition and subtraction equations.
1.2.B Use the equal sign (=) and the word equals to indicate that two expressions are equivalent.
1.2.D Demonstrate the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction by undoing an addition problem with subtraction and vice versa.
1.2.F Apply and explain strategies to compute addition facts and related subtraction facts for sums to 18.
1.1.F Fluently compose and decompose numbers to 10.
1.2.G Quickly recall addition facts and related subtraction facts for sums equal to 10.
1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations. Also Algebra
Geometry & Measurement
1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month.
Process P.E.s
1.6.A, 1.6.B, 1.6.D, 1.6.E, 1.6.F, 1.6.G

Represent twodigit numbers.
Add a twodigit number and a onedigit number.
Add tens and ones.
Daily Routines
See Money Routine (T.E. XXiii – XXiV)
120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Number Path, Secret Code Cards
Continue adding 3 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 200)
Add 2 pennies each day for 20 days (get to 240)
See Calendar Routine (T.E. XXVi)
Introducing the Calendar
See Partner Houses (T.E. XXVi, XXVii)

Ten
Decade Number
Teen number
Dot Array
10stick
Tens
Ones
Prove
Teen total
Equation
Counting on drawing
Make a Ten strategy
Inside
Outside
In
Out
Word name
Number Path
10groups
Match
Compare
More
Less
Solve
Count on
Decade
Just before
Just after
Counting on

Unit 4 Test:
SAB pgs.
151  154

23 days
2/8 – 3/12

UNIT 5
TenStructured Applications

Numbers
1.1.G Group numbers into tens and ones in more than one way.
1.1.E Write, compare, and order numbers to 120.
1.1.A Count by ones forward and backward from 1 to 120, starting at any number, and count by twos, fives, and tens to 100.
1.1.H Group and count objects by tens, fives, and twos. (10’s only)
Operations
1.2.A Connect physical and pictorial representations to addition and subtraction equations.
1.2.B Use the equal sign (=) and the word equals to indicate that two expressions are equivalent.
1.2.D Demonstrate the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction by undoing an addition problem with subtraction and vice versa.
1.2.F Apply and explain strategies to compute addition facts and related subtraction facts for sums to 18.
1.2.G Quickly recall addition facts and related subtraction facts for sums equal to 10.
Algebra
1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations.
1.2.I Recognize, extend, and create number patterns.
Geometry & Algebra
1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month.
Process P.E.s
1.6.A, 1.6.B, 1.6.D, 1.6.E, 1.6.G

Write the value of a group of dimes and pennies.
Recognize and continue tenbased sequences.
Add a decade number to any twodigit number.
Find the hundred partner of a decade number.
Daily Routines
See Money Routine (T.E. Xxiii – XXiV)
120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Number Path, Secret Code Cards
Once you get to 240, start at 0 again.
Add 2 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 20)
Add 3 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 50)
See Calendar Routine (T.E. XXVii)
Written Days of the Week
See Mountains and Equations (T.E. XXViii)

Cents / dollar / coin
Nickel/dime/penny
Dime Strip
Total
10group
Grid/Hundred Grid
Forward / backward
Value
Pattern
Row
Sticks and circles
Add
Sequence
Order/least/greatest
Across
Partner
Column
10partner
100partner
Penny Array
Between
Count on/count all
Equation
Known partner
Unknown partner
Backward
Fewest
Amount
Difference

Unit 5 Test:
SAB pgs. 199  202

20 days
3/15 – 4/16

UNIT 6
Comparisons and Data Formats
Introduction to nonstandard measurement & inches is addressed again in Unit 10.
Do lessons
1,
2,
3,
4,
5,
6,
7,
8,
9,
10,
11,
13

Numbers
1.1.E Write, compare, and order numbers to
120.
1.1.D Order objects or events using ordinal numbers.
Algebra
1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations.
1.2.I Recognize, extend, and create number patterns.
Geometry & Measurement
1.3.A Compare and sort a variety of two and threedimensional figures according to their geometric attributes.
1.3.C Combine known shapes to create shapes and divide known shapes into other shapes.
1.4.A Recognize that objects used to measure an attribute (length, weight, capacity) must be consistent in size.
1.4.E Describe the connection between the size of the measurement unit and the number of units needed to measure something.
1.3.B Identify and name twodimensional figures, including those in realworld contexts, regardless of size or orientation.
1.4.B Use a variety of nonstandard units to measure length.
Data, Probabilities & Statistics
1.5.A Represent data using tallies, tables, picture graphs, and bartype graphs.
1.5.B Ask and answer comparison questions about data

Read, make, and use picture graphs and tables to compare data.
Solve comparison story problems.
Measure and compare length to the nearest inch.
Daily Routines
See Money Routine (T.E. Xxiii – XXiV)
120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Number Path, Secret Code Cards
Add 4 pennies each day for 5 days (get to 70)
Add 3 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 100)
Add 2 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 120)
See Calendar Routine (T.E. XXV)
Using Ordinal Numbers
See Number Comparisons
(T.E. XXV)

Compare
Picture graph
More / fewer / less
Graph
Most / fewest
Title / label
Survey
Tally
Bar graph
Predict
Data
<, >
Table
Inch
Measure
Length
Ruler
Long/longer/longest
Short/shorter/shortest
Distance
Closer / farther
Shape
Turn
Pattern
Top / bottom
Left / right
Parallelogram
Trapezoid/hexagon
Sort

Unit 6 Test:
SAB pgs. 241  244

12 days
4/19 – 5/4

Unit 7
Fractions, Circle Graphs, and Clocks
Do lessons
13, 1012, 14
Lessons 1012 are not a 1^{st} grade PE but provide a nice introduction to the concept to prepare for 2^{nd} grade.

Operations
1.2.F Apply and explain strategies to compute addition facts and related subtraction facts for sums to 18.
1.2.D Demonstrate the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction by undoing an addition problem with subtraction and vice versa.
1.2.G Quickly recall addition facts and related subtraction facts for sums equal to 10.
Algebra
1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations.
1.2.I Recognize, extend, and create number patterns.
Geometry & Measurement
1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month.

Find doubles of numbers 1 through 10 and doubles of shapes.
Tell time to the hour and half hour.
Daily Routines
See Money Routine (T.E. Xxiii – XXiV)
120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Number Path, Secret Code Cards
Add 3 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 150)
See Date and Time (T.E. XXV)
See Counting Nickels (T.E. XXVi)
See Dimes for Nickels (T.E. XXVii)

Double
Twice
Half (halves)
Vertical
Horizontal
Equation
Equal shares
Order
First, Second…
……………Tenth
Half Hour
Calendar
Days of Week
Months of Year
Introduce:
Hour
Minute
O’clock
Hour hand
Minute hand
Digital Clock
Analog Clock
Clockwise

Assessment
Guide Unit 7
Quick Quiz 1
A93 & Quick Quiz 4 A96

As time allows

Unit 8
Money and Two Digit Addition
Lessons 1 & 2 are recommended, and the rest if time allows

Not in PE’s for 1^{st} grade but is useful for preparing students for 2^{nd} grade

Money

SKIP UNIT

SKIP UNIT

14 Days
5/5 – 5/24

Unit 9
Analyze Story
Problems
Do Lessons
713
Lessons 16, if there is time, provide build up to more complex word problems.

Operations & Algebra
1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations.
Process P.E.s
1.6.A, 1.6.B, 1.6.D, 1.6.E, 1.6.F, 1.6.G

Solve mixedoperation equations & story problems.
Solve category (group name), story problems with unknown partners or totals.
Solve story problems with extra information.
Daily Routines
See Money Routine
(T.E. XXiii – XXiV)
120 Poster, Money Flip Chart,
Number Path, Secret Code Cards
Add 4 pennies each day for 5 days (get to 170)
Add 3 pennies each day for 10 days (get to 200)
See Date and Time (T.E. XXV)
See Change for $1.00 (T.E. XXViii)

Addend
Decade
Extra ones
Equation
Counting on
Outsider
Category
Information
Solve
Extra information
Story problem

Assessment
Guide
Unit 9
Quick Quiz 3 A122& Quick Quiz 4 A123

16 days
5/256/16

Unit 10
Measurement
Do: Lessons
1,
2,
3,
4,
8,
9,
10

Operations & Algebra
1.2.H Solve and create word problems that match addition or subtraction equations.
Geometry & Measurement
1.3.A Compare and sort a variety of two and threedimensional figures according to their geometric attributes.
1.4.A Recognize that objects used to measure an attribute (length, weight, capacity) must be consistent in size.
1.4.E Describe the connection between the size of the measurement unit and the number of units needed to measure something.
1.3.B Identify and name twodimensional figures, including those in realworld contexts, regardless of size or orientation.
1.4.B Use a variety of nonstandard units to measure length.
1.4.D Use nonstandard units to compare objects according to their capacities or weights.
1.4.F Name the days of the week and the months of the year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month.
Process P.E.
1.6.H

Estimate and measure length in inches.
Measure sides of rectangles in inches to identify squares.
Daily Routines
See Money Routine (T.E. XXiii – XXiV)
120 Poster, Money Flip Chart, Number Path, Secret Code Cards
Add 2 pennies each day for 20 days (get to 240)
See Date and Time (T.E. XXV)
See Counting with Quarters (T.E.
XXViii)

Measure
Measurement
Round / rounding
Length
Inch (in.)
Ruler
Estimate
Height
Triangle
Rectangle
Width
Square
Weight
Pound
Heavier / lighter
Capacity
Liter
Holds more
Holds less
Benchmark
Reasonable

Unit 10 Test:
SAB pgs. 365  366
