View again

All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.
PDF
12 pages
0 downs
4 views
Share
Description
Using Addition. Maria Luisa Sotelo First Grade Mains School. Objectives. 1. Student will explore the order property. Students will identify combinations for sums through 10. Students will write vertical addition sentences. Students will solve story problems about money to 10 cents.
Transcript
Using AdditionMaria Luisa SoteloFirst GradeMains SchoolObjectives1. Student will explore the order property.
• Students will identify combinations for sums through 10.
• Students will write vertical addition sentences.
• Students will solve story problems about money to 10 cents.
• StandardsFirst Grade: MathematicsNumber Sense1.3 Represent equivalent forms of the same numberthrough the use of physical models, diagrams and number expression.2.5 Show the meaning of addition and subtraction.StandardsFirst Grade: MathematicsMathematical Reasoning1.2 Use tools, such as manipulatives and sketches tomodel problems.3.0 Students note connections between one problem and another.StandardsFirst Grade: MathematicsAlgebra and Functions1.0 Students use number sentence with operational symbols and expressions to solve problems.1.2 Students understand the meaning of symbols +, -, = .Activities
• Students will use connecting cubes to practice addition to 10.
• Students will make math picture dictionaries.
• Students will line up at the front of the room and teacher will help them make combinations of sums to 10.
• Students will make flashcards with addition problems to 10.
• Students will use calculators to practice their addition.
• Teacher will use transparencies 2.1-2.5 to demonstrate story problems.
• Activities
• Students will play computer games such as Speed Math, Stanley’s Sticky Stories, and Resource Carnival Countdown to practice their addition facts to 10.
• Students will use worksheets from the Hartcourt Brace Mathematics student activity book.
• PicturesAssessmentStudents will be given a pre and post test to compare growth in their learning of addition skills up to ten.At least 70% of the students should be able to pass the test with 75% or better.Using TechnologyTeacher used overhead projector to show the process of adding numbers.Students used calculators and computer games to practice their addition math skills to 10.Adding is Fun7+2=94+6=104+4=82+7=90+6=67+1=82+2=43+4=7Results
Related Search
Similar documents

### Using a Number Track for Addition 