Math Fundamentals, Grade 1 - Teacher Reproducibles, Print EMC 3081

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EMC Number: 3081

Page Count: 224

EAN: 9781629383279

Comprehensive but not complicated! Math Fundamentals helps your first grade students navigate the new math. Math Models and “think” questions, plenty of skill practice, and real-world problems guide students in thinking through, analyzing, and solving problems.
 
To help you target instruction, each unit clearly lists the standards information, mathematical practices, and skills covered.
 
Within a unit, math lessons are presented simply. Every math lesson includes:
  • A Math Models reference page that shows students strategies for solving problems. This is helpful for parents and students transitioning to new math.
  • Skill practice pages that progress in difficulty.
  • A culminating problem-solving activity that leads students through the process of solving a real-life problem.
Grade 1 units:
  • Word problems
  • Operations and number relationships
  • Add and subtract within 20
  • Equivalency and unknown numbers
  • Counting and number sequences
  • Place value: two-digit numbers
  • Place value: addition and subtraction
  • Measuring length
  • Time
  • Charts and graphs
  • Money
  • Geometry
Designed to support new math programs, Math Fundamentals is the perfect easy-to-use supplement to your Common Core math or current math curriculum.
 
Better together! Use Math Fundamentals with Daily Math Practice for complementary skill practice that ensures your students master grade-level math.

This resource contains teacher support pages, reproducible student pages, and an answer key.

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