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1st Grade Math Standards (Prior)

1st Grade Mathematics Skills
Prior Standards Implementation


Please go to Current 1st Grade Math Standards for current resources.


  • Number & Operations - Links to previous number and operations standards (e.g. count by 2's, 5's and 10's to 100; count forward and backward by one beginning with any number less than 100; identify odd and even whole numbers to 50).
  • Algebra - Links to previous algebra standards (e.g. describe how objects in a group are alike and different; use mathematical terms and symbols appropriately; interpret and solve simple open addition sentences).
  • Geometry - Links to previous geometry standards (e.g. recognize names, similarities and differences between simple geometric figures; create a figure made of shapes from memory; identify whole number on a number line).
  • Measurement - Links to previous measurement standards (e.g. compare and order objects by length, capacity and weight; measure and estimate length; using a ruler and using a scale).
  • Data Analysis & Probability - Links to previous data analysis and probability standards (e.g. interpret and make pictographs and bar graphs using concrete objects and pictures objects).


  • **GREAT TOOLS:


    Worksheet Generator - This site will allow you to create printable math worksheets from your browser. Including: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, mixed problems, fractions, measurement, graphing, telling time, and other charts.
    Math Teachers' Toolkit - Compilation of resources to help students understand concepts.

     

     

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