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THE DISTRICT OFFICE SUMMER HOURS ARE
MONDAY - THURSDAY 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
First Grade Math
Instructor: Mrs. Tyfanie Neubauer   
Welcome to 1st grade math! I have separated the math standards we will be working on by quarters. Please help your child at home with the following skills:

 QTR. 1
  • cc.1oa.1 - Use different strategies for addition and subtraction to solve word problems (within 20).
  • cc.1oa.2 -Solve word problems where I have to add 3 whole numbers.
  • cc.1oa.3 - Use fact families to help me solve addition problems (commutative).
  • cc.1oa.3 - Use addition facts I know well to help me solve problems where there are more than two numbers (associative).
  • cc.1oa.5 - Understand how counting up is like adding and counting down is like subtracting.
  • cc.1oa.6 - Add and subtract within 20 with fluency.
  • cc.1oa.8 - Figure out what a missing number is in an addition or subtraction problem.
QTR 2
  • cc.1oa.1- Use different strategies for addition and subtraction to solve word problems.
  • cc.1oa.4 - Use what I know about addition facts to help me answer subtraction fact problems.
  • cc.1oa.5- Understand how counting up is like adding and counting down is like subtracting.
  • cc.1oa.6- Add and subtract within 20 with fluency.
  • cc.10a.7- Tell if addition or subtraction number sentences are true because I understand what an equal sign means.
  • cc.1oa.8- Figure out what a missing number is in an addition or subtraction problem.
  • 1.nbt.1- Count up to 120 starting at any number under 120.
  • 1.nbt.2- Tell how many tens and how many ones are in a number.
  • 1.nbt.2a- Show that I know what a "ten" is.
  • 1nbt.2b-  Show that any number between 11 and 19 is a group of "ten" and a certain number of ones.
  • 1.nbt.2c- Show that I understand the numbers I use when I count by tens have a certain number of tens and ones.
  • 1.nbt.3- Compare two-digit numbers using <, >, and = because I understand tens and ones.
Go to the math links to work on theses skills.
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 1st Grade Math Expectations
Quarter Expections
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