Daily Math Practice, Grade 1
Overview - Your grade 1 students will build mastery and retention by applying these lessons for as little as 15 minutes a day. Practice computation, word problems, and dozens of other important math skills are covered, all in a range of difficulty appropriate for grade 1. Read more...
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Your grade 1 students will build mastery and retention by applying these lessons for as little as 15 minutes a day. Practice computation, word problems, and dozens of other important math skills are covered, all in a range of difficulty appropriate for grade 1. There are 36 weeks worth of lessons, each divided as follows. Practice five items a day Monday through Thursday: two computation problems, two items that practice a variety of math skills and one word problem. Friday's lesson contains a single problem that is more extensive and may require multiple steps. These problems emphasize reasoning and communication in mathematics. Daily Math Practice, Grade 1 includes practice lessons on the following topics:Computation addition facts, subtraction facts, column addition, 2-digit addition & subtraction, 3-digit addition & subtraction , solve word problems, Number, write number sentences, write word problems, read & write numbers read & write number words, place value, count by two, fives, tens, odd/even,ordinal numbers,estimation greater/less than, equal to, properties, number relationships, fractions, Patterns, sort & classify, create, name, describe, extend, Geometry, shapes, symmetry, Measurement, weight & capacity, time, money, Data, read & interpret graphs, create graphs and use tally marks. The page for each day features a place for the student to enter his or her name. All pages are reproducible. Just one example of an exercise found in this book is: "I put six pretzels, four marshmallows, and two cookies in my snack bag. How many things do I have in all?" (accompanied by illustration of pretzels). There is an answer key for each week and a scope and sequence chart. The scope and sequence charts detail the specific skills to be practiced and show when they will be presented. The skills included are those found in math texts at each level. Lessons are illustrated with basic line art of things familiar to any first grade student. All 112 reproducible pages perforated for easy removal.