1st Grade Pacing Guide/Expressions Mercer Island School District 2009-2010



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1st Grade Pacing Guide/Expressions Mercer Island School District 2009-2010


Time Frame

Unit

Topic / Performance Expectations

Skills Trace

Vocabulary

Assessments

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 one-digit 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 three-dimensional figures according to their geometric attributes.

1.3.B Identify and name two-dimensional figures, including those in real-world 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 5-groups.

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

Break-Apart Stick

Partner

Addend


Plus sign

Pentagon


Pattern

5-partners

First / second / third / fourth / fifth / sixth /

7th / 8th / 9th / 10th

More / less / equal

Stair Steps

Circle / oval

Switch the partners

Row

5-group


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 way-fewest 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 two-digit numbers.

Add a two-digit number and a one-digit 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

10-stick

Tens


Ones

Prove


Teen total

Equation


Counting on drawing

Make a Ten strategy

Inside

Outside


In

Out


Word name

Number Path

10-groups

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

Ten-Structured 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 ten-based sequences.

Add a decade number to any two-digit 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


10-group

Grid/Hundred Grid

Forward / backward

Value


Pattern

Row


Sticks and circles

Add


Sequence

Order/least/greatest

Across

Partner


Column

10-partner

100-partner

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 non-standard 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 three-dimensional 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 two-dimensional figures, including those in real-world contexts, regardless of size or orientation.

1.4.B Use a variety of non-standard units to measure length.


Data, Probabilities & Statistics

1.5.A Represent data using tallies, tables, picture graphs, and bar-type 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

1-3, 10-12, 14

Lessons 10-12 are not a 1st grade PE but provide a nice introduction to the concept to prepare for 2nd 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 1st grade but is useful for preparing students for 2nd grade

Money

SKIP UNIT


SKIP UNIT


14 Days

5/5 – 5/24




Unit 9

Analyze Story

Problems

Do Lessons

7-13

Lessons 1-6, 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 mixed-operation 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

5/25-6/16




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 three-dimensional 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 two-dimensional figures, including those in real-world contexts, regardless of size or orientation.

1.4.B Use a variety of non-standard units to measure length.

1.4.D Use non-standard 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




* Additional Notes:

The following P.E.s are not adequately addressed in the first grade material. When teaching a concept where these P.E.s are present, the teacher should be aware that the lessons may need to be extended so that the rigor of the P.E. is met.

1.1.C Read aloud numerals from 0 to 1,000. (materials only go to 100)

1.1.G Group numbers into tens and ones in more than one way. (materials only stress fewest pieces rule)

1.2.C Represent addition and subtraction on the number line. (Number path needs to be related to a traditional number line also)



1.2.E Add three or more one-digit numbers using the commutative and associative properties of addition.

1.4.C Compare lengths using the transitive property.



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