Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Our First Grade Math Goals

By the end of first grade, child can:
                        identify the month on a calendar
                        identify the year on a calendar
                        identify today’s date on a calendar
                        identify today’s day of the week (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, etc.)
                        identify tomorrow’s date & day of the week
                        count by 1s from to 140
                        count by 2s to 20 (skip-count)
                        count by 5s to 50 (skip-count)
                        count by 10s to 100 (skip-count)
                        understand a penny is 1 cent
                        determine the value of a pile of pennies (ex.: 9 pennies = 9 cents)
                        understand a nickel is 5 cents
                        determine the value of a pile of nickels (ex.: 8 nickels = 40 cents)
                        understand a dime is 10 cents
                        determine the value of a pile of dimes
                        determine the value of a mixed pile of pennies, nickels, and dimes
                        identify the missing shapes in a pattern (regular polygons: square, triangle)
                        count backwards from 10 to 1
                        count from a number less than 100 by 10s (example 6, 16, 26…)
                        identify inches on a ruler (a ruler with both centimeters and inches)
                        use a ruler to accurately measure a line (in whole inches, no fractions yet)
                        draw a line measuring a specific length in inches (example: 3 inches)
                        tell time to the half hour (examples: 10:00, 8:30)
                        divide shapes (circle, square) in half
                        shade half of a shape (circle, square)
                        identify fractional parts of a whole (half, one-fourth)

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