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Volume 1 Authors Altieri • Balka • Day • Gonsalves • Grace • Krulik Malloy • Molix-Bailey • Moseley • Mowry • Myren Price • Reynosa • Santa Cruz • Silbey • Vielhaber

About the Cover California Focus The orange is the most common fruit tree in the world

It was first introduced in southern California around 1770

The Western Pond turtle floating over an orange grove in Valencia,

California,

is on the lookout for crops damaged by freezing temperatures

Mathematics Focus Plane shapes and solid shapes are featured topics in First Grade

Ask students to identify all of the solid shapes on the cover and then all of the plane shapes

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Start Smart Chapter 1

Patterns and Number Sense

Chapter 2

Understanding Addition

Chapter 3

Understanding Subtraction

Chapter 4

Data and Graphs

Chapter 5

Addition Strategies to 12

Chapter 6

Subtraction Strategies to 12

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Numbers to 100

Chapter 9

Measurement

Chapter 10

Addition and Subtraction Strategies to 20

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Geometry

Chapter 13

Place Value

Chapter 14

Two-Digit Addition and Subtraction

Standards Review Looking Ahead to Grade 2

Authors

Mary Behr Altieri

Roger Day,

Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES Yorktown Heights,

New York

Professor Emeritus Saint Mary’s College Notre Dame,

Indiana

Mathematics Department Chair Pontiac Township High School Pontiac,

Illinois

Philip D

Gonsalves Mathematics Coordinator Alameda County Office of Education and California State University East Bay Hayward,

California

Stephen Krulik

Carol E

Consultant Albuquerque,

New Mexico

Mathematics Consultant Cherry Hill,

New Jersey

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill,

North Carolina

Rhonda J

Molix-Bailey Lois Gordon Moseley

Brian Mowry

Mathematics Consultant Mathematics by Design Desoto,

Independent Math Educational Consultant/Part-Time Pre-K Instructional Specialist Austin Independent School District Austin,

Staff Developer NUMBERS: Mathematics Professional Development Houston,

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Ellen C

Christina L

Jack Price

Mary Esther Reynosa

Consultant Teacher Conejo Valley Unified School District Thousand Oaks,

California

Professor Emeritus California State Polytechnic University Pomona,

California

Instructional Specialist for Elementary Mathematics Northside Independent School District San Antonio,

Rafaela M

Santa Cruz Robyn Silbey

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California Gaithersburg,

Maryland

Kathleen Vielhaber Mathematics Consultant St

Missouri

Contributing Authors

Donna J

Long Viken Hovsepian Professor of Mathematics Mathematics Consultant Indianapolis,

Indiana Rio Hondo College Whittier,

California

Dinah Zike Educational Consultant Dinah-Might Activities,

San Antonio,

California Mathematics Advisory Board Macmillian/McGraw-Hill wishes to thank the following professionals for their invaluable feedback during the development of the program

They reviewed a variety of instructional materials at different stages of development

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Bokesch Rancho Bernardo High School San Diego,

California

Patty Brown Teacher John Muir Elementary Fresno,

California

David J

Chamberlain Secondary Mathematics Resource Teacher Capistrano Unified School District San Juan Capistrano,

California

Eppie Chung K-6 Teacher Modesto City Schools Modesto,

California

Lisa Marie Cirrincione Middle School Teacher Lincoln Middle School Oceanside,

California

Carol Cronk Mathematics Program Specialist San Bernardino City Unified School District San Bernardino,

California

Ilene Foster Teacher Specialist– Mathematics Pomona Unified School District Pomona,

California

Grant A

Fraser,

Professor of Mathematics California State University,

Los Angeles Los Angeles,

California

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Avalos Mathematics Consultant Hacienda Heights,

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Suzanne Bocskai Freire Teacher Kingswood Elementary Citrus Heights,

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Beth Holguin Teacher Graystone Elementary San Jose,

California

Donna M

Kopenski,

Mathematics Coordinator K-5 City Heights Educational Collaborative San Diego,

California

Kelly Mack 6th Grade Teacher Captain Jason Dahl Elementary San Jose,

California

Juvenal Martinez Dual Immersion/ESL Instructor Aeolian Elementary Whittier,

California

John McGuire Associate Principal Pacific Union School Arcata,

California

Donald R

Price Teacher,

Adjunct Professor Rowland Unified School District Rowland Heights,

California

Kasey St

James Mathematics Teacher Sunny Hills High School Fullerton,

California

Arthur K

Wayman,

Professor of Mathematics Emeritus California State University,

Long Beach Long Beach,

California

Beverly Wells First Grade Teacher Mineral King Elementary School Visalia,

California

Frances Basich Whitney Project Director,

Mathematics K-12 Santa Cruz County Office of Education Capitola,

California

Consultants Macmillan/McGraw-Hill wishes to thank the following professionals for their feedback

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Mathematical Content

Family Involvement

Viken Hovsepian Professor of Mathematics Rio Hondo College Whittier,

California Grant A

Fraser,

Professor of Mathematics California State University,

Los Angeles Los Angeles,

California Arthur K

Wayman,

Professor of Mathematics Emeritus California State University,

Long Beach Long Beach,

California

Paul Giganti,

Mathematics Education Consultant Albany,

California

Assessment Jane D

Gawronski Director of Assessment and Outreach San Diego State University San Diego,

California

Literature David M

Schwartz Children’s Author,

Speaker,

Storyteller Oakland,

California

Vertical Alignment Berchie Holliday National Educational Consultant Silver Spring,

Maryland Deborah A

Hutchens,

Principal Norfolk Highlands Elementary Chesapeake,

Virginia

Cognitive Guided Instruction Susan B

Empson Associate Professor of Mathematics and Science Education University of Texas at Austin Austin,

English Learners

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Cheryl Avalos Mathematics Consultant Los Angeles County Office of Education,

Retired Hacienda Heights,

California Kathryn Heinze Graduate School of Education Hamline University St

Minnesota

California Reviewers Each California Reviewer reviewed at least two chapters of the Student Edition,

giving feedback and suggestions for improving the effectiveness of the mathematics instruction

Sherry G

Anderson Teacher/G

Coordinator Will Rogers Elementary Lynwood,

California

Kristi Iverson First Grade Teacher Village Oaks Elementary Stockton,

California

Deborah Shapiro 5th Grade Teacher Nancy Cory Lancaster,

California

Ysaaca Axelrod Kindergarten Teacher El Monte Elementary Concord,

California

Sheri Leiken Teacher Weathersfield Elementary Thousand Oaks,

California

Cathy Bullock Teacher Capri Elementary Encinitas,

California

Sarab H

Lopes Teacher Anza Elementary El Cajon,

California

Maureen Smith Curriculum Specialist Fremont Unified School Dist

California

Michelle Callender Teacher Morgan/Kincaid Preparatory School of Integrated Studies Victorville,

California

Karen E

Lund 5th Grade Teacher Meadow Park Elementary Irvine,

California

Olivia Campos 4th Grade Teacher Morrison Elementary Norwalk,

California Malaura Page Easton,

Kindergarten Teacher La Pluma School La Mirada,

California

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Edwards 5th Grade Classroom Teacher David Reese Elementary Sacramento,

California Lisa B

Friedberg 4th Grade Teacher Alderwood Basics Plus School Irvine,

California Wendy Smith Hernandez Kindergarten Teacher Herndon-Barstow Elementary Fresno,

California Beth Holguin Teacher Graystone School San Jose,

California

Efrain Melendez Teacher Livermore Valley USD Livermore,

California Jean A

Nelson Teacher Fremont Elementary School Alhambra,

California Tara Pahia Elementary Teacher Bear Gulch Elementary Rancho Cucamonga,

California Dr

Donald R

Price Teacher,

Adjunct Professor Rowland Unified School District Rowland Heights,

California Kitty Ritz,

Teacher Monte Vista Elementary Rohnert Park,

California Corinne E

Schwartz First Grade Teacher Lincrest Elementary School Yuba City,

California

Joseph M

Snodgrass 3rd Grade Teacher Park Elementary School Alhambra,

California Marie W

Stevens Elementary Mathematics Coordinator LAUSD Los Angeles,

California Jane Traut Classroom Teacher Lang Ranch Elementary School Thousand Oaks,

California Rachel C

Trowbridge Teacher Evergreen Elementary San Jose,

California Cynthia H

Vandemoortel Educator Alderwood Basics Plus School Irvine,

California Norine Yale Teacher Justin Elementary Simi Valley,

California Dr

Darlene York Education Consultant Associate Professor Antioch University Seattle,

Washington

Data Analysis,

and Probability: Huntington Beach

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Patterns and Number Sense Are You Ready for Chapter 1

Extend a Pattern

Algebra

Algebra

Algebra

Numbers to 10

Algebra

Compare Numbers

Algebra

Order Numbers

Algebra

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Higher Order Thinking 18,

Understanding Addition Are You Ready for Chapter 2

Addition Stories

Algebra

Adding Zero

Algebra

Algebra

6 7 8 9

Ways to Make 4,

Higher Order Thinking 60,

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Understanding Subtraction Are You Ready for Chapter 3

Subtraction Stories

Algebra

Subtract Zero and All

Algebra

Subtract from 4,

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Subtract from 10,

Higher Order Thinking 92,

104 88,

Data and Graphs Are You Ready for Chapter 4

Sort and Classify

Tally Charts

Read a Bar Graph

Make a Bar Graph

Algebra

Higher Order Thinking 138 124,

126 130

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California Standards Practice

Addition Strategies to 12 Are You Ready for Chapter 5

Add in Any Order

Algebra

Doubles

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Chapter Review/ Test

Higher Order Thinking 152 162,

168 154

Subtraction Strategies to 12 Are You Ready for Chapter 6

Count Back 1,

Algebra

Use a Number Line to Subtract

Use Doubles to Subtract

Algebra

Algebra

Higher Order Thinking 196 182,

194 192

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California Standards Practice

Time Are You Ready for Chapter 7

1 2 3 4

Ordering Events

Telling Time to the Hour and Half Hour

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California Standards Practice

Higher Order Thinking 222 210,

212 214

Numbers to 100 Are You Ready for Chapter 8

Counting to 20

Hundred Chart

Estimating With Groups of Tens

Skip Counting by 2s,

Algebra

Algebra

Higher Order Thinking 240,

256 242,

250 248

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Chapter Review/ Test

Measurement Are You Ready for Chapter 9

Explore Length

Explore Weight

Nonstandard Units of Weight

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Chapter Review/ Test

Higher Order Thinking 272 274,

288 286

Addition and Subtraction Strategies to 20 Are You Ready for Chapter 10

Doubles

Make 10 to Add

Algebra

Algebra

Add Three Numbers

Algebra

Use Doubles to Subtract

Algebra

Algebra

Algebra

Higher Order Thinking 308,

312 302,

318 322

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Money Are You Ready for Chapter 11

1 2 3 4 5

Pennies and Nickels

Nickels,

Equal Amounts

Money Amounts

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Higher Order Thinking 338 336,

354 348

Geometry Are You Ready for Chapter 12

Solid Shapes

Relate Solid Shapes to Plane Shapes

Position

Algebra

Higher Order Thinking 376 370,

384 368

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Place Value Are You Ready for Chapter 13

Algebra

Numbers to 50

Estimate Numbers

Compare Numbers to 100

Algebra

Algebra

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Higher Order Thinking 402 416,

426 404

Two-Digit Addition and Subtraction Are You Ready for Chapter 14

Add and Subtract Tens

Algebra

Add Two-Digit Numbers

Estimate Sums

Subtract with Two-Digit Numbers

Estimate Differences

Higher Order Thinking 440 444,

454 458

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California Standards Review Tips for Success

CA1 Practice by Standard: Number Sense

CA3 Practice by Standard: Algebra and Functions

CA9 Practice by Standard: Measurement and Geometry

CA11 Practice by Standard: Statistics,

Data Analysis,

CA15 Practice by Standard: Mathematical Reasoning

Equal Parts

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One Half

471 Inches

Higher Order Thinking 472 468,

478 470

Reference English-Spanish Glossary

R3 Photo Credits

R27 Facts Practice

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Problem Solving

7 Geometry

Data Analysis,

California Valley Quail

Rober Maier/Animals Animals

Problem Solving

Serapes are colorful wool shawls worn on the shoulders

Many years ago serapes were traded for California horses

Patterns Complete the pattern

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Tell about the pattern

Number Sense

The San Diego Zoo is home to giant pandas

How Many

Giant pandas at the San Diego Zoo

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Write how many

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Compare How Many Count

Write the number

Circle the group that has more objects

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Draw 8 red ladybugs

Draw 5 orange ladybugs

Circle the group that has less objects

Algebra and Functions

The golden poppy is the California state flower

Sort the Flowers

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Look at the flowers

Circle the yellow flowers

Put an X on the red flowers

Draw a box around the blue flowers

April 6th is Poppy Day in California

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Kraulis/Masterfile,

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Same and Different Circle the flower that is different

Look at the pictures

Tell one thing about them that is the same

Tell one thing about them that is different

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Measurement

The General Sherman tree in Sequoia National Park

The General Sherman is the largest tree in the world

Taller or Shorter

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Circle the tallest one

Put an X on the shortest one

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More and Less 2

Circle the tree that has fewer children around it

Circle the tree that has more children around it

Circle the object that is heavier

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Circle the object that is lighter

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Geometry

Find the Shapes

A sand castle on the beach

Look at the sand castle

Circle the shapes you see

You have only 4 hours to build a sand castle at the Sand Castle Festival at Seal Beach,

California

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Color the Shapes 2

Look at the sand castle

Color the different shapes

Draw a sand castle using the following shapes

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Statistics,

Data Analysis,

Huntington Beach is home to the longest pier in California

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Pier Activities

The pier on Huntington Beach,

California

At the pier,

What do you like to do

What do you like to do

Color a box to show each vote

How many votes did each activity get

Beach Activities 3

What would you like to do at the beach

Draw a to show each vote

How Many

How many votes did each get

Color a box on the graph to show each vote

What would you do at the beach

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Which activity got the most votes

Patterns and Number Sense

Key Vocabulary pattern pattern unit number

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Explore How many balloons do you see

Chapter 1

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Use a 2

Use a 3

Copy the pattern

This page checks skills needed for Chapter 1

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How many

Dear Family,

Today my class started Chapter 1,

Patterns and Number Sense

In this chapter,

I will learn about patterns and numbers to 20

Here is an activity we can do and a list of books we can read together

Key Vocabulary Activity

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There are 13 languages

Books to Read One…Two…Three… Sassafras

Murphy Harper Trophy,

One Moose,

Twenty Mice by Clare Beaton Barefoot Press,

! by Denise Fleming Henry Holt & Company,

Incorporated,

Estimada familia: Hoy mi clase comenzó el Capítulo 1,

Los patrones y el sentido numérico

En este capítulo,

aprenderé sobre patrones y los números hasta el 20

A continuación,

hay una actividad que podemos hacer y una lista de libros que podemos leer juntos

Cariños,

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Un alce,

veinte ratones de Clare Beaton Barefoot Books,

Cuenta con Pablo de Barbara DeRubertis The Kane Press,

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Libros para leer

Extend a Pattern Get Ready Main Idea I will extend a pattern

Vocabulary

These shapes make a pattern

It repeats over and over

Orange,

Check Circle the pattern unit

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Chapter 1

How do you know what could come next in a pattern

Remember

Practice Circle the pattern unit

A pattern unit repeats over and over to make a pattern

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Make It Right Dave made this pattern

Tell why Dave is wrong

Make it right

Math at Home Activity: Make a pattern using sound

Ask your child to tell what part you are repeating to make the pattern

Create a Pattern Get Ready Mario is making a pattern

The pattern unit is three shapes long

It repeats over and over

Main Idea I will create a pattern

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Use pattern blocks

Make a pattern

Trace the pattern blocks

Then color

Chapter 1

Explain how you would use sound to create a pattern

Lesson 2

Richard Hutchings

Practice

Remember

Use pattern blocks

Make a pattern

Trace the pattern blocks

Then color

A pattern unit repeats over and over

Make a pattern

Use any pattern blocks

Math at Home Activity: Draw two or three shapes

Ask your child to make a pattern using these shapes

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Use words to tell about the pattern

Find a Pattern Main Idea I will find a pattern to solve a problem

Luis used a pattern to make a bracelet

A bead fell off

Which bead is missing

What do I need to find out

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How will I solve the problem

Find a pattern

Look Back Does my answer make sense

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Lesson 3

Remember

Find a pattern to solve

LaToya used a pattern to make a necklace

A bead fell off

Which color bead is missing

Lucy was wearing a necklace

It broke and 2 of the beads are lost

Which color beads are missing

Joe is making a bracelet

He needs 2 more beads to finish

Which color beads are needed

Math at Home Activity: Make a pattern using small items such as beads or coins

Have your child find the pattern then extend the pattern using more objects

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Find a pattern to solve

This is Carmen’s necklace

Two beads fell off

Which color beads are missing

Numbers to 10 Get Ready Main Idea

A number tells how many there are

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I will count and write numbers to 10

Vocabulary

Check Draw 1

Lesson 4

5 Count

Write the number

Write the name of the number

How do you know which number to write

zero one two three four five six seven eight nine ten

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Practice Count

Write the number

Write the name of the number

A number tells how many

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Remember

zero one two three four five six seven eight nine ten

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Lesson 4

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Write these numbers in order from one to ten

San Francisco is a big city

You can ride around the city on cable cars

Cable cars go up and down hills

You can hear them coming

The bells go “Ding-ding

How many people are riding on this cable car

How many people are riding on this cable car

Math at Home Activity: Say a number between 0 and 10

Have your child draw that many objects and write the number

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Numbers 11 to 15 Get Ready Numbers from 11 to 15 can be made with one group of 10 and some more

Main Idea I will count and write numbers 11 to 15

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Check Count

Circle a group of 10

Write the number and the name of the number

Chapter 1

What is the same about these numbers: 11,

Practice Count

Circle a group of ten

Write the number and the name of the number

eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen

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Math at Home Activity: Say a number between 10 and 15

Have your child draw that many objects and write the number

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Number Sense Use the picture

Write how many there are

Numbers 16 to 20 Get Ready See

Main Idea I will count and write numbers 16 to 20

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Circle a group of 10

Write the number and the name of the number

Chapter 1

What pattern do you see in the names of the numbers 13–19

Practice Count

Circle a group of 10

Write the number and the name of the number

sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty

Write the name of the number

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Math at Home Activity: Say a number between 16 and 20

Have your child use pennies,

or other small objects to show the number

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Number Sense Choose a number from 16 to 20

Write the number

Mid-Chapter Check Lessons 1-6

Name Circle the pattern unit

Draw your own pattern

Write the number of objects you counted

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Hakeem is making a pattern

He needs 2 more beads

Draw the beads he needs

Chapter 1

Chapter 1 Circle the pattern unit

Make a pattern

Write the number and the name of the number

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Formative Assessment

Main Idea I will choose a strategy to solve a problem

Your Mission:

Find where the yellow beads are

What do I need to find out

I have a necklace with 6 beads

There are 2 of each color: red,

I have 1 red in the front and 1 red in the back

I have the 2 blue in the middle

Where are the yellow beads

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How will I solve the problem

One way is to act it out

Look Back Does my answer make sense

Lesson 7

33 Veer

Problem-Solving Strategies Choose a strategy

Keshia made this pattern

How many stars did she use

• Act it out • Draw a picture • Find a pattern

Ally has 20 beads to make bracelets

Each bracelet has 10 beads

How many bracelets can she make

The class seating chart went boy,

Who is seated next

Math at Home Activity: Take advantage of problem-solving opportunities such as riding in the car,

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Hugo and Mike play catch

Then Omar and Alicia join them

How many children are playing catch

Compare Numbers Get Ready 12

Main Idea

I will compare numbers

Vocabulary is greater than

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Think 4 cubes are more than 2 cubes

Use to show each number

Compare

Circle the correct words

Chapter 1

Is 11 less than 12

Practice Use to show each number

Compare

Circle the correct words

Thinking Math Alicia has 4 marbles

Kata has 14 marbles

Ama has 11 marbles

Who has the most

Math at Home Activity: Say the number 15

Have your child give three numbers that are more than 15 and three numbers that are less than 15

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Extra Practice Name Compare

Circle the words

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The Bigger the Better Counting

You Will Need

Play with a partner

Put your on START

Choose a

Roll it the same time as your partner

Whoever rolls the bigger number gets to move one space

If you roll the same number,

The first person to reach FINISH wins

Order Numbers Get Ready A number line shows numbers in order

Main Idea I will order numbers

Vocabulary number line order before after

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Write the missing number

Chapter 1

How do you find which number is one less than 7

Lesson 9

Practice

Write the missing number

Math at Home Activity: Say a number between 1 and 20

Have your child tell the numbers that come just before and just after that number

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Number Sense Count back

Write the missing numbers

Real-World Real-World MATH MATH

Patterns Patterns are are everywhere

! This This coral coral snake snake has has aa pattern pattern on on it

This This book book belongs belongs to to

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Butterfly

Circle the animal you think has more black stripes

These animals have patterns too

F O LD D'O WN

The caterpillar changes into this butterfly

! Can you find a pattern on the butterfly

This caterpillar has a pattern too

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Show a color pattern on the butterfly below

Chapter Review/Test

Vocabulary Complete the sentences

Word Bank number line

A a repeating part of a pattern

A a line with numbers on it

Concepts

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Circle the pattern unit

Draw what comes next

Draw a pattern

Draw the missing shape

Chapter 1

Write the number

Write the name of the number