1st grade math

Discussion in 'Home Schooling' started by squawkers7, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. squawkers7

    squawkers7 radical rebel

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    The following list provides you with the basic concepts that should be attained by the end of the school year. Mastery of the concepts at the previous grade is assumed.


    • Read, print, locate, compare, order, represent, estimate, identify numbers to 100 and mentally add numbers to 10
    • Count by 2's, 5's and 10's to one hundred, count backwards from any given point from 100
    • Understand number conservation - 6 pennies is represented by a 6 etc.
    • Understand 1/2 and use the term applied to every day situations
    • Recognize coins, add pennies and take away pennies

    • Use and understand more than, less than, the same as, heavier than, lighter than, taller than etc.
    • Tell time to the half and full hour with both analog and digital clocks
    • Compare objects by several attributes and classify them (red small squares, red large triangles etc.)
    • Understand temperature differences outside and inside, colder weather and hotter weather
    • Measure items with non-standard units of measure (pencil lengths, finger widths etc.)

    • Describe, identify, create and sort shapes (squares, triangles, circles, rectangles etc.)
    • Describe similarities and differences in 3 dimensional objects (some slide, some roll etc.)
    • Construct pictures using a variety of shapes that can be identified
    • Recognize symmetry in drawings and shapes
    • Move shapes in front of, beside, behind, ahead of etc.
    :sunglasse My grandson is 6 1/2 yrs old & he likes doing math and is pretty good at it too.

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