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1st Grade Mathematics, students will extend their understanding of number concepts from 0 to 120. The course starts with a review of kindergarten concepts and introduces place value. Students will compare numbers using symbols (<, >, =) and number lines. The course teaches students addition and subtraction using multiple methods. The methods include composing and decomposing numbers with number bonds, number lines, hundreds charts, doubles, doubles plus one, ten less ten more, place value models, expanded and standard forms, and algorithms. These methods are also used for missing values and story problems. Other concepts covered in this course include shapes and solids, fractions, measurements of length and time, data collection, pictographs and bar graphs, and financial literacy and U.S. currency. Throughout the course, students practice addition and subtraction math facts for numbers up to 20. Each Unit also has hands-on activities and projects to further students’ understanding of spiraling concepts.
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