__Math Notes__

Chapter 1

Be able to:

- write numbers 1-120
- order numbers 1-120
- write numbers before, between and after
- greater than, less than and equal too
- ordinal numbers 1-10

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Chapter 2

Be able to :

- Write addition sentences
- Add sums through 12
- Use a number line to count on. Below is a link for practice worksheets, I you would like to print for your child for extra practice.
- https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&rlz=1C1CHFX_enUS545US545&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=counting%20on%20addition%20worksheets%20for%20first%20grade
- Use pictures to write addition sentences
- Identify and solve doubles facts
- Write a number sentence from word problem

**Test on the above concepts will be given on 11/9**

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Chapter 3

Be able to:

- Write subtraction sentences
- Subtract differences from 12
- Use a number line to count back to subtract
- Use pictures to write subtraction sentences

**Test on the above concepts will be given on 12/14**

Use math homework as practice. Also, feel free to search on the Internet the above concepts to find practice worksheets to complete for extra practice.

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Be able to complete fact families for a test on

Example:

2,3,5

2+3=5

3+2=5

5-3=2

5-2=3

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Chapter 4

Be able to :

- Read and use Venn Diagrams, tally charts, picture graphs, pictographs,bar graphs, surveys, use a graph to solve problems
- Use Homework packet pages to help study

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__Chapter 5__

Be able to :

- Identify ten as a set of tens and one 26= 2 tens and 6 ones
- Count by 10s to 100 and read and write numbers for 10=ten,20=twenty,30=thirty,...100
- write numbers 11-100 using numbers and number words and to represent numbers 11-100 as tens and ones. 11=eleven 1 ten and 1 one, 17=seventeen 1 ten 7 ones, 96-ninety-six, 9 tens 6 ones
- estimate the quantity in a set of up to 60 objects
- identify the value of an underlined digit- 43= 30 or 3, 94= 90 or 9
- to write the expanded form of 2-digit numbers. 37= 3 tens 7 ones, 30+7 91= 9 tens 1 one, 90+1
- identify before, between, after
- <,> =
- order numbers to 100
- even and odd
- count by 2s and 5s to 100
- Problem solving

**Chapter test will be on Google any of the above concepts for practice worksheets.**_______________________________________________________________________________________________________

**Chapter 6 Be able to:Test will be on 4/03**- Sums through 18. Be able to add numbers with answers of 18 or less.
- Great facts practice site: http://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/addition.html
- Subtract from 18 or less
- Adding with 3 numbers 3+6+4=13
- Fact families to 20
- Missing parts of a number sentence 8+____=13, ____+4=11
- Make a table

Chapter 7 on Be able to :

- Identify a sphere, cone, square, triangle
- Identify plane figure shapes made when tracing solid figure shapes. page 93
- Which comes next in a pattern page 97
- Identify closed figures page 89
- Draw a figure with the same shape and the same size page 100
- Identify a slide, flip, turn page 96 and 97
- Find a pattern, show the same pattern using numbers page 102

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Chapter 8 test on

- Be able to tell time to the hour and half hour
- Identify elasped time

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Final Assessment Be able to :

- addition and subtraction
- Use a tally chart to complete a bar graph
- adding 3 numbers
- Complete a fact family
- <,>,=
- number order ex. 40,41,42 113,114,115
- Write the number for the tens and ones
- Tell the value of an underlined digit 58= 8 64= 60
- Write a number in expanded form 32= 30+2
- Word problems ex. Joe has 4 cars and 5 tops. How many toys does he have in all? Answer 4+5=9 Joe has 9 toys.
- Time to the hour and half hour ex. 1:00, 2:00, 4:00, 5:00, 3:30, 1:30, 6:30
- Identify simple shapes, corners, faces, edges and open/closed firgures