### Grade Specific Curriculum

## Grade 1 Curriculum

Through our 1st grade math worksheets, students start by learning numbers 1 to 12. They compare and order these numbers before moving onto addition and subtraction. Similarly, the students will also learn basic concepts of geometry, including plane and solid figures. The students will then learn to count up to 100 and study number patterns. They are introduced to relationships between fives and tens, and tens and ones. They will be able to recognize and count money. The basic concepts of measurement and time help the students in their daily life. Using our 1st grade math worksheets, students will also learn to solve the problems of addition and subtraction facts up to 18. Data, graphs and fraction identification will also be an essential part of the curriculum. After every 4 lessons, the students will get one revision worksheet, and at the end they will review lesson 1 to 14 and lesson 15 to 27. These revisions will help them to remember the entire course. The Math Challenges sections are reserved for high-achieving students.

**Unit 1.1** Facts from 0 to 5

**Unit 1.2** Facts from 6 to 10

**Unit 1.3** Facts of 10, 11, and 12

**Unit 1.4** Identify Patterns for Numbers to 9

**Unit 1.5** Count Objects

**Unit 1.6** Learning Number Names

**Unit 1.7** Using Objects in Problem Solving

**Unit 1.8** Math Challenges

**2.1** Two Number Comparisons

**2.2** Three Number Comparisons

**2.3** Ordering 0 to 6

**2.4** Ordering 7 to 12

**2.5** Ordering Numbers Using a Number Line

**2.6** Problem Solving

**2.7** Math Challenges

**3.1** Addition Using Objects

**3.2** Addition Equaling 6

**3.3** Addition Equaling 7

**3.4** Addition Equaling 8

**3.5** Addition Equaling 9

**3.6** Math Challenges

**4.1** Addition using a number line

**4.2** Learning Addition Number Sentences

**4.3** Stories about Joining in Addition

**4.4** Order in Adding

**4.5** Using Objects in Problem Solving

**4.6** Math Challenges

**5.1** Subtraction Using Objects

**5.2** Missing Parts of 6

**5.3** Missing Parts of 7

**5.4** Missing Parts of 8

**5.5** Missing Parts of 9

**5.6** Math Challenges

**6.1** Subtraction Using a Number Line

**6.2** Subtraction Using Number Sentences

**6.3** Stories about Separation in Subtraction

**6.4** Comparing Using Subtraction

**6.5** Relating Subtraction and Addition

**6.6** Using Objects in Problem Solving

**6.7** Math Challenges

**7.1** Number Representation in Ten-Frames

**7.2** Using Ten-Frame Representation

**7.3** Understanding Parts of 10

**7.4** Missing Parts of 10

**7.5** Problem Solving Using Tables

**7.6** Math Challenges

**8.1** Addition with 0, 1, 2

**8.2** Finding Doubles

**8.3** Finding near Doubles

**8.4** Addition Facts on Ten-Frame

**8.5** Making 10 on a Ten-Frame

**8.6** Solving Problems

**8.7** Math Challenges

**9.1** Using Subtraction with 0, 1, and 2

**9.2** Introducing Subtracting: Thinking Addition

**9.3** Subtraction Thinking Addition to Subtract to 8

**9.4** Subtracting: Thinking Addition to 12 with Subtraction

**9.5** Problem Solving Using Pictures

**9.6** Math Challenges

**10.1** Identifying the Plane Shapes

**10.2** Properties of Plane Shapes in Geometry

**10.3** Making New Shapes

**10.4** Breaking Apart Shapes

**10.5** Move Shapes

**10.6** Congruence

**10.7** Symmetry

**10.8** Math Challenges

**11.1** Using an Organized List to Solve Problem

**11.2** Geometric Identification of Solid Figures

**11.3** Flat Surfaces and Vertices

**11.4** Count Edges and Faces

**11.5** Count Vertices and Sides

**11.6** Recognize same and different shapes

**11.7** Sorting Solid Figures in Geometry

**11.8** Math Challenges

**12.1** Pattern

**12.2** Describing Patterns

**12.3** Number Patterns

**12.4** Geometric Patterns

**12.5** Using Patterns to Predict

**12.6** Extending Shape Patterns

**12.7** Finding Patterns in Problem Solving

**12.8** Math Challenges

**13.1** Numbers: 11 to 14

**13.2** Numbers: 15 to 17

**13.3** Numbers: 18 to 20

**13.4** Making Number 11 to 20 Part I

**13.5** Making Number 11 to 20 Part II

**13.6** Skip Count by Ten

**13.7** Math Challenges

**14.1** Counting on a Chart

**14.2** Skip Counting

**14.3** Odd and Even Number

**14.4** Ordinal Numbers

**14.5** Number Patterns in Tables

**14.6** Patterns in Problem Solving

**14.7** Math Challenges

**15.1** Counting Groups of 10 and Remainders

**15.2** Rounding Number to the Nearest Ten

**15.3** Numbers Composed of Tens Part I

**15.4** Numbers Composed of Tens Part II

**15.5** Tens and Ones

**15.6** Expanded form of Number

**15.7** Different Ways of Making Numbers

**15.8** Problem Solving

**15.9** Math Challenges

**16.1** Using 1 More, 1 Less, 10 More, 10 Less

**16.2** How to Make Numbers on a Hundred Chart

**16.3** Number Comparison with '>', '<', or '='

**16.4** Number Ordering with a Hundred Chart

**16.5** Estimating Using a Number Line

**16.6** Learning Before, After, and Between

**16.7** Three Numbers Ordering

**16.8** Making an Organized List

**16.9** Math Challenges

**17.1** Identify Penny, Nickel, Dime, and Quarter

**17.2** Learning Penny and Nickel Values

**17.3** Penny, Nickel, and Dime Values

**17.4** Quarter Values

**17.5** Half Dollar and Dollar Values

**17.6** Math Challenges

**18.1** Counting Set of Coins

**18.2** Equivalents Set of different coins

**18.3** Least Number of Coins to Make Equivalent Amounts

**18.4** Purchasing

**18.5** Problem Solving

**18.6** Math Challenges

**19.1** Length

**19.2** Estimating and Measuring Length

**19.3** Problems Solving

**19.4** Inches and Feet

**19.5** Centimeter and Meters

**19.6** Perimeters

**19.7** Comparing by Capacity

**19.8** Math Challenges

**20.1** Measuring Cups, Pints, and Quarts

**20.2** Measuring Liters

**20.3** Measuring, Comparing, and Ordering Weight

**20.4** Measuring Pounds

**20.5** Measuring Grams and Kilograms

**20.6** Temperature Ordering and Comparing

**20.7** Read a Thermometer Using ° F and ° C

**20.8** Math Challenges

**21.1** Understanding the Hour and Minute Hands

**21.2** How to Tell and Write Time to the Hour

**21.3** How to Tell and Write Time to the Half-Hour

**21.4** Estimating and Ordering Lengths of Time

**21.5** Recognize A.M. and P.M.

**21.6** Math Challenges

**22.1** Hours and Minutes Relationship

**22.2** Using Table Data to Solve Problem

**22.3** Understanding Days and Weeks

**22.4** Understanding the Calendar

**22.5** Math Challenges

**23.1** Computing Doubles

**23.2** Computing Doubles and 1 more

**23.3** Computing Doubles and 2 more

**23.4** Problem Solving

**23.5** Addition Using a Ten-Frame

**23.6** More on Addition Using a Ten-Frame

**23.7** Addition When First Number are Missing

**23.8** Adding Three Numbers

**23.9** Making Tables in Problem Solving

**23.10** Math Challenges

**24.1** Addition and Subtraction Facts Family Part I

**24.2** Addition and Subtraction Facts Family Part II

**24.3** Using Addition Facts to Subtract

**24.4** Subtraction Fact Families

**24.5** Subtraction When First Numbers are Missing

**24.6** Problem Solving

**24.7** Math Challenges

**25.1** Understanding Data and Graphs

**25.2** Pictures Graphs

**25.3** Bar Graphs

**25.4** Location

**25.5** Counting Data Using Tally Marks

**25.6** Drawing Picture Graphs

**25.7** Making Graphs in Problem Solving

**25.8** Math Challenges

**26.1** Equal and Unequal Parts

**26.2** Fractions

**26.3** Making Parts of a Set

**26.4** Describing Parts of Set

**26.5** Problem Solving

**26.6** Math Challenges

**27.1** Addition of Groups of Tens

**27.2** Using a Hundred Chart to Add Tens

**27.3** Computing Two Numbers by Adding Tens

**27.4** Two-Digit Number Addition

**27.5** Use a Hundred Chart to Subtracting Tens

**27.6** Use Cubes to Subtract Tens

**27.7** Two-Digit Number Subtraction

**27.8** Problem Solving

**27.9** Math Challenges