Math Objectives

• Math Objectives

Number and Operations

·      Whole Number Concepts

1.     One to One correspondence

2.     Relating sets of objects to numerals

3.     Using ordinal numbers for position

4.     Counting, reading, writing, renaming numbers to 100

5.     Comparing and ordering

6.     Forms of numbers (standard form, expanded form)

7.     Skip counting

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·      Whole Number Addition and Subtraction

2.     Basic facts and fact strategies

3.     Using concrete/pictorial models

4.     Addition number sentences

5.     Problem solving

Algebra

·      Patterns & Relationships

1.     Sorting & classifying objects

2.     Patterns with objects/geometric figures

3.     Skip counting

4.     Number patterns/sequences

·      Number sentences, Equations & Inequalities

1.     Modeling problem situations with objects

2.     Completing number sentences

3.     Writing number stories for number sentences

·      Measurement

1.     Sequencing events

2.     Compare and order by duration

3.     Calendar

4.     Nearest hour/half hour

·      Length & Perimeter

1.     Compare attributes of objects

2.     Comparing & ordering using direct comparison

3.     Measuring with non-standard units

Geometry

·      Plane & Solid Figures

1.     Spatial reasoning: over, under, above, below

2.     Sorting shapes by attributes

3.     Geometric models for real-world situation

4.     Circles, rectangles, square, triangle

5.     Spheres, rectangular solids, cylinders, cones

6.     Describing shapes

·      Symmetry, Congruence, and Transformations

Data Analysis and Probability

·      Reading & Making Graph

1.     Pictographs/real graphs

2.     Bar graph

·      Data Collection and Analysis

1.     Sorting objects

3.     Collecting and organizing data

Problem Solving

·      Problem-Solving Skills and Strategies

1.     Use data from a picture, graph, or table

2.     Extra or missing information

3.     Two-question problems

4.     Draw a picture

5.     Make an organized list

6.     Make a table or graph

7.     Act it out, use objects

8.     Look for a pattern

9.     Tyr, check and revise

10.   Evaluate solutions for reasonableness

·      Reasoning, Communication, Connections

1.     Comparing/contrasting

2.     Classifying/sorting

3.     Finding/extending/using patterns

4.     Drawing conclusions and evaluating arguments

5.     Evaluate solutions for reasonableness

6.     Communicating ideas with objects, words, pictures and numbers

7.     Explaining a solution process

8.     Recording observations using objects, words, pictures and numbers

9.     Relating informal language to match language and symbols

10.   Making connections between mathematical strands

11.   Making connections to other curriculum areas

12.   Making connections to daily life

·      Representation

1.     Whole number addition/subtraction using concrete/pictorial models

2.     Geometric models for real-life situations

3.     Solving problems by drawing a picture/diagram