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Math plan for grades K-2
Released: Jun 15, 2016Math plan for grades K-2
CLASS TITLE: Math
The student will learn the goals listed in the CCSS below.
FOR K: Using Mathematical Reasoning BK. Beginning 1 & 2, and then BK. A ( MATH K), the student will cover the following objectives: patterning, identifying shapes, identifying ordinal positions, identifying coins and dollars and writing money amounts, sequencing numbers, comparing lengths-shorter and longer, using geoboards, counting by 1's, 5's, and 10's, acting out some simple story problems, counting to 100, identifying most and fewest, identifying right and left, measuring with a ruler--inches and centimeters, addition and subtraction facts, making congruent shapes, dividing shapes into halves and fourths, telling time to the half hour, identifying days of the week and seasons, drawing polygons, identifying geometric solids, identifying a dozen and half dozen, liquid measurements, and making, reading and writing observations about simple graphs.
For 1st or 2nd: Use chapter headings from math book (in order)
Daily math lessons using manipulatives as needed for counting, adding, subtracting, and measuring with different objects.
LEARNING GOALS/PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:
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Daily math lessons using manipulatives as needed for counting, adding, subtracting, and measuring with different objects. The student will have daily math lessons from the parent and will complete the practice and problem sets. Work will be corrected by the parent daily and errors gone over with the student. Average of daily scores reported in monthly progress reviews and on any weekly contact e-mails. Math fact drill work will be completed via flashcards and math games.
OR for those using computer math??
The student will have daily math lessons on the computer, which will also handle the correcting of daily work, quizzes, and tests and enter the percentage into the monthly review. The student will have tutoring throughout the year in math.
OR for those using Khan Academy:
Daily math lessons using manipulatives as needed for counting, adding, subtracting, and measuring with different objects. The student will have daily math lessons from the parent, who will correct the work and submit overall average of daily work scores or chapter test scores in the monthly review on WINGS. Math fact drill work will be completed via flashcards, math games, or Khan Academy (free on-line program). Review work will be put into monthly review, but will not be the primary curriculum.
PROGRESS CRITERIA/METHODS OF EVALUATION:
END OF YEAR: ASSESSMENT OF Math SKILLS
Student progress will be evaluated by daily work scores average % and quizzes reported in monthly progress reviews.
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