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Jennifer Moon

1st Grade Math

Sooner Elementary School

Oklahoma City, OK

Urban Environment

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(13 Units, 110 Lessons)

Unit 13 - Understanding Addition(10 Lessons)

Unit 1 - Ordering Numbers(7 Lessons)

Unit 2 - Building Counting Skills(13 Lessons)

Unit 3 - Addition Strategies(9 Lessons)

Unit 4 - Understanding Subtraction(10 Lessons)

Unit 5 - Word Problems(7 Lessons)

Unit 6 - Understanding Shapes(7 Lessons)

Unit 7 - Fractions(5 Lessons)

Unit 8 - Measurement(5 Lessons)

Unit 9 - Graphs, Tables, and Charts(9 Lessons)

Unit 10 - Place Value(16 Lessons)

Unit 11 - Subtraction Strategies(7 Lessons)

Unit 12 - Understanding Time(5 Lessons)

Unit 13 - Understanding Addition(10 Lessons)

Addition: Vocabulary Introduction

1st Grade Math

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Understanding Addition

Big Idea:ADDITION...it is one of the most important concepts we need our first graders to develop in math. This lesson will begin building the foundation for strong skills in addition through the use of rich vocabulary.

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13 Resources

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Making 6 & 7

1st Grade Math

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Understanding Addition

Big Idea:We want our little ones to recognize that parts, when put together, make up a whole. We begin building the concept in this lesson by using small numbers, 0-7, to show how numbers are made up of two or more component parts.

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22 Resources

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Making 8

1st Grade Math

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Understanding Addition

Big Idea:We want our little ones to recognize that parts, when put together, make up a whole. We begin building the concept in this lesson by using small numbers, 0-8, to show how numbers are made up of two or more parts.

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20 Resources

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Representing Numbers on a Ten Frame

1st Grade Math

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Understanding Addition

Big Idea:Students begin working on base ten models in Kindergarten. This lesson is to build on that foundation and provide my students opportunities to decompose numbers and identify number models.

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18 Resources

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Addition Number Sentences

1st Grade Math

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Understanding Addition

Big Idea:Our little ones love to find out they can write a "sentence" using numbers and symbols. They like to think it is a secret code they are learning. This lesson teaches them to express their problem and answer with an addition sentence.

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17 Resources

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Is it true or false?

1st Grade Math

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Understanding Addition

Big Idea:We want out little ones to think BIG about math by examining problems, comparing information, and making decisions. To do this they must understand what an equals sign means and how to use it.

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16 Resources

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Addition Story Problems

1st Grade Math

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Understanding Addition

Big Idea:JOINING=ADDITION! We want our students to practice math vocabulary and identify that joining numbers is the same as addition.

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19 Resources

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Commutative Property: First Grade Style

1st Grade Math

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Understanding Addition

Big Idea:My students are learning addition strategies. I want my little ones to learn they numbers can change order and be added and the result will be the same. It's the Commutative Property!

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16 Resources

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Problem Solving: Using Objects

1st Grade Math

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Understanding Addition

Big Idea:Some problems can be solved by using objects. Students can use these objects to act out problems.

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20 Resources

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Understanding Addition:Unit Review, Test, and Test Strategy

1st Grade Math

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Understanding Addition

Big Idea:Students must learn to persevere to solve problems and learn to set goals for achieving mastery. We assess them to have proof of their accuracy and to give the student an idea of how much success they have achieved.

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11 Resources

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