Each topic in this chapter engages students in the following ways:

   EXPLORE: Videos pose a task for students to solve.  

        PRACTICE: Students practice the key ideas.

     REFLECT: Students consolidate learning by journaling.

CHAPTER 9 NUMBERS TO 40

In the spiral approach, students continue the learning of numbers and numerations from textbook 1A towards numbers beyond 20. Students have previously experienced the informal concept of place value with grouping objects up to 20 into tens and ones. In this chapter, the formal concept of tens and ones for 2-digit numbers is introduced.

CHAPTER 10 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION WORD PROBLEMS

In this chapter, students’ understanding of the addition and subtraction operations is further developed using number stories that are rephrased into questions. For example, students learn about subtraction as a way to find the difference between numbers. Students will be focusing on the use of number bonds as well as bar models to solve the problems. Word problems that involve comparison and addition of three numbers will be covered as well.

PRACTICE

Workbook Pages

  • C10.1 pg 25-26
  • C10.2 pg 27-28
  • C10.4 pg 31-32
  • C10.6 pg 35-36
 

Helping at Home

Online Apps & Games

Braining Camp Apps

CHAPTER 11 NUMBERS TO 120

This chapter covers the reading and writing of numbers to 120 in numerals and in words. Place-value concepts is reinforced with the use of concrete materials such as base-ten blocks and place-value cards. Students will also learn how to partition 2-digit numbers in different number of tens and ones using number bonds.

CHAPTER 12 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION WITHIN 100

In this chapter, students will learn how to add and subtract 2-digit numbers with and without regrouping by using number bonds. Lessons on families of addition and subtraction will be covered as well. Practices are designed to familiarize students with the partitioning of numbers to 20 into pairs and finding all pairs of multiples of 10 that make up 100.

CHAPTER 13 LENGTH AND HEIGHT

The concept of length is the simplest attribute among the series on measurement. Like all other measurements, the introduction of length starts from simple comparison to measuring with non-standard units before proceeding on to the use of standard units at a later stage.

EXPLORE

Anchor Task Videos

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Downloads

 

 

PRACTICE

Workbook Pages

 

 

Books

  • How Tall? written by Mark Weakland
  • Actual Size written by Steve Jenkins

REFLECT

CHAPTER 14 TIME

In Grade 1, students are only required to master the skill of clock reading such as tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks, as well as acquire a sense of time through the association of events of a day.

CHAPTER 15 MONEY

Money is an important topic that relates to real life. In this chapter, students will learn to recognize all coins and work out the sum to find the total value of coins. To count money proficiently, students must be skilled in whole numbers and place-value concepts up to hundreds as these are important prerequisites.

PRACTICE

Workbook Pages

 

 

Online Apps & Games

Math Learning Center

CHAPTER 16 DATA

This is the first time students encounter graphical representation in statistics. In this chapter, students will first learn how to represent data by making lists, tables, and picture graphs. The teaching of picture graphs at this level includes making sense of graphical representations, reading graphs, and simple interpretations of graphical data.

EXPLORE

Downloads

PRACTICE

Workbook Pages

 

 

REFLECT

Journal Prompt