number sense: count from 1 to 100 – count by ones, twos, fives and tens – understand halves,thirds, and fourths –
addition/subtraction: recall addition facts with sums to 18 and corresponding subtraction facts – recognize relationship between addition and subtraction
practical skills: determine the value of groups of coins up to $1.00 – tell time using analog and digital clocks to the half hour
Counting Drills – 1 to 100
Count to 100 [CCSS Standard.1.NBT.A.1]
Count to 120 [CCSS Standard.1.NBT.A.1]
Understand Place Value [CCSS Standard.1.NBT.B.2]
A two digit number represents amounts of tens and ones
(example 39 => how many tens? ____ how many ones? ____)
Words to Numbers [CCSS Standard.1.NBT.A.1]
(example fifty four= ____, ___ tens and___ ones)
Basic single digit addition: 1 through 12 [CCSS Standard.1.OA.C.6]
Combined addition drill 1 through 12 [CCSS Standard.1.OA.C.6]
Word Problems:: Basic Addition [CCSS Standard.1.OA.A.1]
Example: Jack puts five marbles in the bucket. Then he puts four more in? How many marbles did Jack put in the bucket?
Word Problems:: Add three whole numbers [CCSS Standard.1.OA.A.2]
Example: Laura saw six squirrels, five dogs and eight cats. How many animals did Laura see?
Use strategies for adding within sums of 20 [CCSS Standard.1.OA.C.6]
Add three numbers
Add three single digit numbers (example 3 + 3 + 2 = ____ ?)
Adding and subtracting 10
Mentally add or subtract 10 without having to count [CCSS Standard.1.OA.C.6]
(example 23 + 10 = _____?)
Subtraction drill 1 through 12
Basic single digit subtraction
Ways to make a number – addition
Multiple choice – which number pair sums to the answer?
(example 8 is equal to 5 + 2 , 5 + 3, 6 + 1, or 5 + 1?)
Mixed Addition and Subtraction
Fact Triangles [CCSS Standard 1.OA.B.3]
Reinforce the relationship between addition and subtraction with these fact triangle drills
1 – to – 10
Doubles – get ready for multiplication!
Example: 4 + 4 = 8 => 2 x 4 = 8
Telling Time [CCS Standard .1.MD.B.3]
Make a sum with the fewest number of coins
How many quarters/dimes/nickels/pennies does it take to make a sum?