- Instructors
- Anjelika Fields
- Brittany Humphreys
- Mrs. Lora Bolt
- Robert Sanders
- Mrs. Sierra Moore
- Term
- 2021-2022 School Year
- Department
- 1st Grade

EQ: How can you use a related fact to find an unknown number?

In class: Lesson 5.6

Workbook pages 285-288

Missing addend in a fact family

For help on understanding Fact families:

Homework: Workbook page 289-290

EQ: How do you choose when to add and when to subtract to solve a problem?

In class: Lesson 5.7

Workbook pages 291-296

Word problems

Workbook pages 291-296

Word problems

Example:

Mary sees 8 squirrels. Jack sees 9 more squirrels than Mary. How many squirrels does Jack see?

Do you add or subtract to solve?

EQ: How can you add and subtract in different ways to the same number?

In class: Lesson 5.8

Create different ways to add or subtract to equal a certain number

Workbook pages 298-302

For example:

How many ways can you make 12?

6 + 6, 5 + 4 + 3, 12 – 0

EQ: How can you decide if a number sentence is true or false?

In class: Lesson 5.9

Check to see if both equations equal the same number

Workbook pages 303-305

At home: Workbook page 307-308

Example:

These are true: 15 = 15, 17 = 9 + 8

These are false: 12 = 2, 8 + 8 = 16 - 8

EQ: How can you use a related fact to find an unknown number?

In class: Lesson 5.5

Missing addend

Workbook pages 279-284

At home: IXL Practice:

D.14 Related addition facts

H.13 Related subtraction facts

EQ: How can you use addition to check subtraction?

In class: Lesson 5.4

Solving Subtraction facts, then checking the answer with addition.

Workbook pages 273-278

At home: IXL Practice:

D.14 Related addition facts

EQ: How do you know if addition and subtraction facts are related?

In class: Lesson 5.3

Identifying a Fact family by looking at the numbers

Workbook pages 267-272

EQ: How do related facts help you find missing numbers?

In class: Lesson 5.2

Model “Fact Families” or related facts using 3 digits.

3 + 4 = 7 also 4 + 3 = 7

7 - 4 = 3 also 7 - 3 = 4

Workbook pages 261-266

For help on understanding Fact families:

EQ: How can making a model help you solve?

In class: Lesson 5.1

Addition and subtraction word problems using a bar model

Workbook pages 256-260

At home:

D.12 Addition word problems- sums up to 20

Rocket Math for fluency!

In class:

Review addition and subtraction strategies.

Thanksgiving math centers.

At home: Rocket math for fluency

In class:

Review addition and subtraction strategies.

Thanksgiving math centers.

At home: Rocket math for fluency

In class:

Review addition and subtraction strategies centers.

At home:

Rocket Math for fluency1

Chapter 4 Test.

At Home: Review any missed questions with your child.

Chapter 4 Test.

At Home: Review any missed questions with your child.

EQ: How can knowing subtraction strategies help me solve problems?

In class: Chapter 4 Review

Review counting back strategy and fluency.

At home: Subtraction IXL Skills

Rocket Math for fluency!

EQ: How can acting out a problem help you solve the problem?

In Class: Lesson 4.6

Using different subtraction strategies to solve

Acting out, drawing counters, mental math.

Workbook pages 241-246

At home: IXL Skills

H.6 Subtraction word problems with pictures - up to 10

H.7. Subtraction word problems

EQ: How can you make a ten to help you subtract?

In Class: Lesson 4.4

Using tens frames to help you solve

Remember to fill up the first tens frame before moving on to the next.

Workbook pages 229 - 234

At home: IXL Skill

B.3 Which model matches?

B.4 What does the model show?

EQ: How can you use addition to help you find the answer to a subtraction fact?

In Class: Lesson 4.3

Using addition to help you solve

Use 6 + 3 = 9 to solve 9 - 6 = 3

Workbook pages 223-228

At Home: Rocket Math for fluency!

EQ: How can you use an addition fact to find the answer to a subtraction fact?

In Class: Lesson 4.2

Using addition to help you solve subtraction

Think 6 + __= 8, So 8 - 6 = ____

Workbook pages 217-222

At Home: IXL Skill

D.14 Related Addition Facts

EQ: How can you count back 1, 2, or 3?

In class: Lesson 4.1

Counting Back to subtract

9-2 =

To solve, count back from 9, 8, 7

Workbook pages 211- 216

At Home: Finish any workbook pages at home

EQ: What addition strategies do I know to help me solve?

In class: Chapter 3 Test

At home: Review your child’s test with them, and look any over missed problems.

EQ: What addition strategies do I know to help me solve?

In class: Chapter 3 Test

At home: Review your child’s test with them, and look any over missed problems.

EQ: How do you solve addition word problems by drawing a picture?

In class: Lesson 3.12

Workbook pages 198-201.

Addition word problems

At home: Finish any workbook pages from lesson 3.12

IXL Practice:

A.5 Count on ten frames

D.11 Addition facts- sum up to 20

E.2 Add doubles

EQ: How can you group numbers to add three addends?

In class: Lesson 3.11

8 + 6 + 2

Add 8 and 2 to use the strategy make a ten. Then add 10 and 6.

Workbook pages 198-201.

At home: Finish any workbook pages from lesson 3.11

IXL Practice: Level C Math

Rocket math for fluency!

EQ: How can you add 3 numbers?

In class: Lesson 3.10

Adding 3 numbers

7 + 3 + 4 = _____

Workbook pages 185-190

At home: Finish any workbook pages from lesson 3.10

IXL Practice: Level C Addition

Happy Halloween!

EQ: How do you use the make a ten strategy to add?

In class: Lesson 3.8

Workbook pages 173- 177

4 + 8, to make a ten it would be 10 + 2

At home:

Play “Chop” with your child. “Chop” is game where you have 10 items. We use cubes usually. “Chop” the items into two groups. Hide one group behind your back, and only allow your partner to see one hand. Your partner knows you have 10 total items. They have to try to figure out how many items you have behind your back. For example, If I only show my partner I have 4 items in my right hand, they have to guess how many I have in my left hand. They know I have 10 total, so they can solve by 4 + __ = 10 OR 10 – 4 = ____.

EQ: How can you use a ten frame to add 10 and some more?

In class: Lesson 3.7

Using a ten frame to model 10 and drawing the other addend

Example: 10 + 3

Workbook pages 167-171

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

Rocket Math for fluency!

IXL Skill: Level C Math

D.5 Addition word problems with pictures- sums up to 10

D.6 addition word problems – sums up to 10

EQ: What strategies can you use to solve addition fact problems?

In class: Lesson 3.6

Review of Counting on and switching addends.

Workbook pages 162-166

At home:

Review any missed questions on the Mid- Chapter checkpoint with your child.

Rocket Math for fluency!

IXL Skill: Level C Math

D.1 Addition facts- sums up to 10

50th day of school celebration!

EQ: How can you use what you know about doubles to find other sums?

In class: Lesson 3.5

Doubles plus 1 and doubles minus 1

Example: 2 + 2, 2 + 3, 2+ 1

Workbook pages 155- 160

At home:

Finish any workbook pages.

Rocket Math for fluency!

EQ: How can you use doubles to help you add?

In class: Lesson 3.4

Using doubles to help you add faster.

Example: 9 + 8

1 + 8 + 8

1 + 16= 17

so, 9 + 8 = 17

At home: Review today's worksheets with your child.

EQ: How can you use doubles to help you add?

In class: Lesson 3.4

Using doubles to help you add faster.

Example: 9 + 8

1 + 8 + 8

1 + 16= 17

so, 9 + 8 = 17

At home: Review today's worksheets with your child.

EQ: What are doubles facts?

In class: Lesson 3.3

Adding doubles facts (Adding the same two numbers together) Ex. 4 + 4, 5 + 5

Workbook pages 143-148

At home: Finish any workbooks pages.

Have your students sing “It’s the Doubles Baby” song to you.

To help your child sing the song:

https://youtu.be/jG6n5xLt-0Q

Celebrations & concessions!

Have a great break!

EQ: How do you count on 1,2, or 3?

In class: Lesson 3.2

Counting on to add

Example: 9 + 2 = ____ “Think of the greater number, 9. Count on 2. Think 9, 10, 11. The sum is 11.”

Workbook pages 137-141

At home: Finish any workbooks pages.

Rocket Math for Fluency!

EQ: How do you count on 1,2, or 3?

In class: Lesson 3.2

Counting on to add

Example: 9 + 2 = ____ “Think of the greater number, 9. Count on 2. Think 9, 10, 11. The sum is 11.”

Workbook pages 137-141

At home: Finish any workbooks pages.

Rocket Math for Fluency!

EQ: What happens if you change the order of the addends when you add?

In class: Lesson 3.1

Switching addends

EX. 3 + 7 = 10, 7 + 3 = 10

Workbook Pages 131- 136

At home: Rocket Math for fluency!

IXL Addition Skills

EQ: What happens if you change the order of the addends when you add?

In class: Lesson 3.1

Switching addends

EX. 3 + 7 = 10, 7 + 3 = 10

Workbook Pages 131- 136

At home: Rocket Math for fluency!

IXL Addition Skills

Chapter 2 Subtraction Test

At Home: Review any missed questions with your child.

Rocket Math for fluency

Chapter 2 Subtraction Test

At Home: Review any missed questions with your child.

Rocket Math for fluency

Chapter 2 Review

At Home: Review these skills with your child

Drawing pictures to solve

Comparing objects

Bar models

Counting up

Subtracting zero

IXL Subtraction Skills on Level C Math

EQ: Why are some subtraction facts easy to subtract?

In class: Lesson 2.9

Subtracting from 10 or less

Workbook pages 118-120

At home:

Have your student show you a subtraction strategy they use (Touch points, using their fingers, or counting back).

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: Why are some subtraction facts easy to subtract?

In class: Lesson 2.9

Subtracting from 10 or less

Workbook pages 118-120

At home:

Have your student show you a subtraction strategy they use (Touch points, using their fingers, or counting back).

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you show all the ways to take apart a number?

In class: Lesson 2.8

Subtracting a number from 9 and 10

Workbook pages 111-116

At home: Finish page 115-116

Use any real-life objects to model subtraction

For example- We have 9 legos. I lose 3 of them. How many legos do I have now?

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you show all the ways to take apart a number?

In class: Lesson 2.8

Subtracting a number from 9 and 10

Workbook pages 111-116

At home: Finish page 115-116

Use any real-life objects to model subtraction

For example- We have 9 legos. I lose 3 of them. How many legos do I have now?

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: What happens when you subtract 0 from a number?

In class: Lesson 2.7

Subtracting 0 from a number

Workbook pages 106-107

At home:

Have your student show you a subtraction strategy they use (Touch points, using their fingers, or counting back).

Have your child sing this song to you and solve:

https://youtu.be/QkPa9V2wtZs

EQ: What happens when you subtract 0 from a number?

In class: Lesson 2.7

Subtracting 0 from a number

Workbook pages 106-107

At home:

Have your child sing this song to you and solve:

https://youtu.be/QkPa9V2wtZs

EQ: How can you use models to compare and subtract?

In class: Lesson 2.6

Subtraction word problems

Workbook pages 100-102

At home:

Give your student a story problem to solve. For example, “I have 4 pennies. 3 pennies are taken away. How many do I have now?”

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you use models to compare and subtract?

In class: Lesson 2.6

Subtraction word problems

Workbook pages 100-102

At home:

Give your student a story problem to solve. For example, “I have 4 pennies. 3 pennies are taken away. How many do I have now?”

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you use pictures to compare and subtract?

In class: Lesson 2.5

Subtracting using pictures

Different ways to make a model

Workbook pages

At home:

IXL Level C Math: Understand subtraction

Create subtraction word problems with your child with real life objects!

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you use pictures to compare and subtract?

In class: Lesson 2.5

Subtracting using pictures

Different ways to make a model

Workbook pages

At home:

IXL Level C Math: Understand subtraction

Create subtraction word problems with your child with real life objects!

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How do you solve subtractions problems by making a model?

In class: Lesson 2.4

Subtracting with Part part whole model

Workbook pages 87-91

At home: Finish any workbook pages, IXL Subtraction

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How do you solve subtractions problems by making a model?

In class: Lesson 2.4

Subtracting with Part part whole model

Workbook pages 87-91

At home: Finish any workbook pages, IXL Subtraction

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How do you model taking apart?

In class: Lesson 2.3

Subtracting with counters

Drawing models

Workbook pages 80-85

At home: Finish any workbook pages, IXL Subtraction

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How do you model taking apart?

In class: Lesson 2.3

Subtracting with counters

Drawing models

Workbook pages 80-85

At home: Finish any workbook pages, IXL Subtraction

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you model taking from a group?

In class: Lesson 2.2

Subtracting with pictures and taking away

Example: 6 bugs and 2 fly away

Workbook pages 75-79

At home: Finish any workbook pages

Use any real-life objects to model subtraction

For example- 9 legos, 4 go missing. How many do we have now?

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you model taking from a group?

In class: Lesson 2.2

Subtracting with pictures and taking away

Example: 6 bugs and 2 fly away

Workbook pages 75-79

At home: Finish any workbook pages

Use any real-life objects to model subtraction

For example- 9 legos, 4 go missing. How many do we have now?

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you show taking away from with pictures?

In class: Lesson 2.1

Subtracting with pictures

Example: 6 bugs and 2 fly away

Workbook pages 70-74

At home: Finish any workbook pages

Use any real-life objects to model subtraction

For example- 9 legos, 4 go missing. How many do we have now?

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you show taking away from with pictures?

In class: Lesson 2.1

Subtracting with pictures

Example: 6 bugs and 2 fly away

Workbook pages 70-74

At home: Finish any workbook pages

Use any real-life objects to model subtraction

For example- 9 legos, 4 go missing. How many do we have now?

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

EQ: How can you show taking away from with pictures?

In class: Lesson 2.1

Subtracting with pictures

Example: 6 bugs and 2 fly away

Workbook pages 70-74

At home: Finish any workbook pages

Use any real-life objects to model subtraction

For example- 9 legos, 4 go missing. How many do we have now?

For help on how to subtract you can watch:

Chapter one test!

At home: Review any missed questions on the test.

Any IXL addition Level C math skills.

EQ: How does a model help solve an addition problem?

In class: Chapter One Review

Review Addition strategies in contextual problems

Making a model, adding on, switching addends

Vocabulary Review- Addend, Sum, Total

At home: Review the chapter one review test.

IXL Level C math:

B.3 Addition sentences up to 10: which model matches?

D.5 Addition word problems with pictures- sums up to 10

EQ: How does a model help solve an addition problem?

In class: Chapter One Review

Review Addition strategies in contextual problems

Making a model, adding on, switching addends

Vocabulary Review- Addend, Sum, Total

At home: Review the chapter one review test.

IXL Level C math:

B.3 Addition sentences up to 10: which model matches?

D.5 Addition word problems with pictures- sums up to 10

EQ: Why are some addition facts easy to add?

In class: Lesson 1.8

Addition fluency

Addition contextual problems

Addition with pictures

Workbook pages 56-60

At home: IXL addition. Message your teacher on bloomz for account information if needed!

EQ: Why are some addition facts easy to add?

In class: Lesson 1.8

Addition fluency

Addition contextual problems

Addition with pictures

Workbook pages 56-60

At home: Have your child explain an addition strategy to you. For example, counting counters or drawing a picture to help.

EQ: Why are some addition facts easy to add?

In class: Lesson 1.8

Addition fluency

Addition contextual problems

Addition with pictures

Workbook pages 56-60

EQ: How can you show all the ways to make a number?

In class: Lesson 1.7

Using cubes to show different ways to find the same sum.

Example:

4 + 2 = 6, 2 + 4 = 6

3 + 3 = 6

1 + 5 = 6, 5 + 1 =5

0 + 6 = 6

Workbook pages 50-54

At home: Finish any workbook pages

Mid Chapter Review

Review:

Part Part Whole

Changing order of addends

Adding Zero

Adding fluently

At home: Finish any worksheets.

EQ: Why can you add addends in any order?

In class: Lesson 1.6

Adding two numbers, then switching the order

Example: 3 + 2 = 5, 2 + 3 + 5

Workbook pages 44-48

At home: Have your student use objects within your house to add. Example, 3 pennies plus 4 pennies equal 7. Then, Switch the numbers in order. 4 pennies plus 3 pennies still equals 7.

EQ: What happens when you add 0 to a number?

In class: Lesson 1.5

Adding zero using dominos and work tasks

Example: Mike has 7 books. Cheryl does not have any books. How many books do they both have?

Workbook pages 37-40

At home:

Follow this link for help:

http://youtu.be/xcOvnRsGyZ4

http://youtu.be/xcOvnRsGyZ4

EQ: How do you solve addition problems by making a model?

In class: Lesson 1.4

Reading word problems and using the bar model to solve.

Example: There are 7 dogs in the park. Then 1 more dog joins them. How many dogs are in the park now? 7 + 1 = ______

Workbook pages 32-36

At home: Review the Mid-Chapter Checkpoint with your childEQ: How do you model putting together?

In class: Lesson 1.3

Task problems

Use cubes or pictures to solve

Example: There are 3 small cats and 4 big cats. How many cats are there?

Workbook pages 25-29

Task problems

Use cubes or pictures to solve

Example: There are 3 small cats and 4 big cats. How many cats are there?

Workbook pages 25-29

At home: Use any objects at home and create addition problems to find the sum

Follow this link for help:

http://youtu.be/xcOvnRsGyZ4

Follow this link for help:

http://youtu.be/xcOvnRsGyZ4

EQ: How can you model adding to, or joining, a group?

In class: Lesson 1.2

Using cubes to show adding to.

Example: 3 cubes and 1 more equal 4 cubes.

Workbook pages 20-24

At home: Use any objects at home and create addition problems to find the sum!

4 socks and 1 more equal 5 socks.

4 socks and 1 more equal 5 socks.

EQ: How do pictures show adding to, or joining?

In class: Lesson 1.1

Adding using pictures

Example: 4 butterflies and 2 butterflies equal _____ butterflies

Workbook pages 14-18

At home:

Give your student an addition problem with pictures. “3 circles and 2 circles equals ____ circles.”