First Grade
Math Standards Pacing Chart
3rd Nine Weeks

Number, Number Sense, and Operations

                I can recognize and write different forms for the same number using models,                         words, and number expressions; 10 blocks, numeral 10, 5+5, 15-5.
                I can read and write numerals 1-75.
                I can count backwards from 75.
                I can use place value concepts to represent whole numbers using                          numerals, words, expanded notation and physical models with                          ones and tens.
Examples:
  • Develop a system to count by twos, fives, and tens
  • Identify patterns and groupings in a 100’s chart
                I can identify and tell the value of a penny, nickel, dime, quarter and dollar.
                I can tell the value of a small collection of coins (up to one dollar) using                          1 or 2 different type coins; pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.
                I can show different combinations of coins that have the same value.
                I can recognize that fractions are equal size parts of a whole and/or of a set of                         objects.
                I can show common fractions with words and models for halves, thirds, and                         fourths.
Measurement
                I can tell time to the nearest half hour on both digital and dial watches                          and clocks.
                I can estimate and measure weight using non-standard units.
                I can estimate and measure lengths using non-standard (i.e., clocks of                          the same size) and standard units. (i.e.,entimeters, inches and feet
Data Analysis and Probability
                I can sort data into different groups.
                I can collect and organize data into charts using tally marks.
                I can place data in picture graphs and bar graphs using units of 1.
                I can read and understand charts, picture graphs, and bar graphs: to find                         information, to identify main ideas, to draw conclusions, and to make                         predictions.
                I can make up a question that can be answered by using information from a                         graph.
                I can arrange five objects by an attribute such as size or weight. I can identify                         the ordinal position of each object. (first, second, etc.)
                I can answer questions about the number of objects shown in a picture                          graph, bar graph or table graph.
 Example:
category with most, how many altogether in two categories

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