Curriculum Map: Math First Grade


In Grade 1, instructional time will focus on four critical areas: (1) developing understanding of addition, subtraction, and strategies for addition and subtraction within 20; (2) developing understanding of whole number relationships and place value, including grouping in tens and ones; (3) developing understanding of linear measurement and measuring lengths as iterating length units; and (4) reasoning about attributes of, and composing and decomposing geometric shapes.

Strand: 1.0 Numbers, Number Systems and Number Relationships

Content Strand: 1.1 Count Using Whole Numbers to 100 by 1's, 2's, 5's, 10's, and 25's
Content Strand: 1.2 Use Whole Numbers and Fractions (Halves, Thirds, and Fourths) to Represent Quantities
Content Strand: 1.3 Represent Equivalent Forms of the Same Number Through the Use of Manipulatives, Drawings, Word Names, and Symbols to 100
Content Strand: 1.4 Use Drawings or Models to Show the Concept of a Fraction as Part of a Whole
Content Strand: 1.5 Count, Compare, and Make Change Up to One Dollar Using a Collection of Coins (Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, and Quarters)
Content Strand: 1.6 Apply Number Patterns (Even and Odd) and Compare Numbers on the 100 Chart
Content Strand: 1.7 Use Manipulatives to Count, Order, and Group to 100
Content Strand: 1.8 Demonstrate an Understanding of 1 to 1 Correspondence Up to 100
Content Strand: 1.9 Apply Place Value Concepts in Numeration to Counting and Ordering Numbers Up to 100
Content Strand: 1.10 Estimate and Approximate Number Quantities in at Least a Set of 10
Content Strand: 1.11 Recognize the Inverse Relationship Between Addition and Subtraction
Content Strand: 1.12 Demonstrate Knowledge of Basic Addition and Subtraction Facts

Strand: 2.0 Computation and Estimation

Content Strand: 2.1 Solve Addition and Subtraction in Everyday Situations Using Concrete Objects With One and Two Digit Numbers (No Regrouping)
Content Strand: 2.2 Solve Addition and Subtraction in Everyday Situations With One and Two Digit Numbers (No Regrouping)
Content Strand: 2.3 Determine the Sum for Repeated Addition of the Same Number (e.g., 5 + 5 + 5)
Content Strand: 2.6 Compare the Estimate With the Verified Answer
Content Strand: 2.7 Explain and Describe the Process of Addition and Subtraction

Strand: 3.0 Measurements and Estimation

Content Strand: 3.1 Compare Two Objects Using Direct Comparison
Content Strand: 3.2 Estimate, Measure, and Compare the Lengths of Objects Using Non Standard Units.
Content Strand: 3.3 Estimate, Measure, and Compare the Lengths of Objects Using Standard Units of Measure.
Content Strand: 3.4 Determine and Compare and Measure the Lengths of Time
Content Strand: 3.5 Tell Time (Analogue and Standard)
Content Strand: 3.7 Demonstrate That a Single Object has Different Attributes That Canbe Measured in Different Ways (Ex., Length, Mass/Weight, Capacity, Perimeter, Area, Time, and Temperature)

Strand: 4.0 Mathematical Reasoning and Connections

Content Strand: 4.1 Make, Check, and Verify Predictions About the Quantity, Size and Shape of Objects and Groups of Objects
Content Strand: 4.2 Sort, Classify, and Order Objects
Content Strand: 4.3 Use Measurements in Everyday Situations

Strand: 5.0 Mathematical Problem Solving and Communication

Content Strand: 5.1 Investigate and Use Appropriate Problem Solving Strategies
Content Strand: 5.2 Determine When Sufficient Information is Present to Solve a Problem and Explain How to Solve a Problem
Content Strand: Select and Use an Appropriate Method, Materials and Strategy to SolveProblems, Including Mental Mathematics, Paper and Pencil, and Concrete Objects

Strand: 6.0 Statistics and Data Analysis

Content Strand: 6.1 Formulate and Answer Questions That Can Be Proven With Data (Bar Graphs, Pictographs and/or Tally Charts)
Content Strand: 6.2 Organize and Display Relevant Data to Answer Questions
Content Strand: 6.3 Discuss Whether a Prediction or Statement is Likely or Unlikely Based on a Comparison to the Data

Strand: 7.0 Probability and Predictions

Content Strand: 7.1 State and Explain the Likelihood of an Event Using the Terms: Certain, Likely, Unlikely or Impossible
Content Strand: 7.2 Discuss Why a Spinner is Fair or Unfair
Content Strand: 7.3 Discuss the Results of an Experiment

Strand: 8.0 Algebra and Functions

Content Strand: 8.1 Recognize and Extend Patterns Based on shape, Size, Color, Sound, or Number
Content Strand: 8.2 Identify the Rule for Repeating a Pattern That Could be Extended Infinitely
Content Strand: 8.3 Identify the Rule for a Number Sequence That Can Be Extended Infinitely
Content Strand: 8.4 Choose the Correct Operation (Addition or Subtraction) to Solve a Story Problem
Content Strand: 8.5 Write an Equation to Solve a Story Problem
Content Strand: 8.6 Use Manipulatives When Solving Addition or Subtraction Number Sentences to Check for Accuracy
Content Strand: 8.7 Find a Missing Addend That Makes a Number True
Content Strand: 8.8 Explain How Solutions to Equations or Missing Addends are Determined
Content Strand: 8.9 Identify the Missing Symbol (+, -, or =) That Makes a Number Sentence True

Strand: 9.0 Geometry

Content Strand: 9.1 Recognize and Label Geometric Shapes in Two and Three Dimensions
Content Strand: 9.2 Create Two and Three Dimensional Shapes
Content Strand: 9.3 Find and Describe Geometric Figures in Real Life
Content Strand: 9.4 Identify and Draw Lines of Symmetry in Geometric Figures
Content Strand: 9.5 Identify Lines of Symmetry in the Environment
Content Strand: 9.6 Show Relationships Between and Among Figures Using Reflections
Content Strand: 9.7 Predict How Shapes Can be Changed by Combining or Dividing Them

Strand: 10.0 Trigonometry

Content Strand: 10.1 Identify Corner Angles (Right Angles)
Content Strand: 10.2 Identify a Triangle That Has a Corner Angle (Right Angle)