This category encompasses the Common Core standards 1.OA.1 - 1.OA.8 (or 1.OA.A.1 - 1.OA.D.8). You can find helpful guides that provide videos and activities to help you teach these math standards here! Feel free to click through and find what you need!

The first two standards (1.OA.1 & 1.OA.2) focus on representing and solving problems that involve addition and subtraction. Students can use objects, drawings, and basic equations to represent numbers or word problems to solve equations. The sum of the numbers are equal to or less than 20.

The next two standards (1.OA.3 & 1.OA.4) focus on properties of operations and how to use those properties as strategies in solving addition and subtraction equations. For instance, if you have 6 bunnies in one box, and 4 bunnies in another box, then you have 10 fluffy bunnies: (6 + 4 = 10). Similarly, if you flip the boxes around, so you have 4 bunnies, and then 6 bunnies, you still have 10 fluffy bunnies: (4 + 6 = 10). The answer remains the same, and you are happy because you have bunnies. Anyway, these standards also discuss subtraction as unknown-addend problems: (10 - 7 = ? What makes 7 a 10?... 3! Therefore, 10 - 7 = 3).

The next two standards (1.OA.5 & 1.OA.6) cover addition and subtraction within 20 and the various methods students can use to solve equations: counting on, making ten, decomposing a number leading to a ten, etc.

The last two standards (1.OA.7 & 1.OA.8) cover working with addition and subtraction equations. Students learn how to read an equals sign, determine whether addition or subtraction statements are true or false, and find the missing whole number in an equation. Fun!

The first two standards (1.OA.1 & 1.OA.2) focus on representing and solving problems that involve addition and subtraction. Students can use objects, drawings, and basic equations to represent numbers or word problems to solve equations. The sum of the numbers are equal to or less than 20.

The next two standards (1.OA.3 & 1.OA.4) focus on properties of operations and how to use those properties as strategies in solving addition and subtraction equations. For instance, if you have 6 bunnies in one box, and 4 bunnies in another box, then you have 10 fluffy bunnies: (6 + 4 = 10). Similarly, if you flip the boxes around, so you have 4 bunnies, and then 6 bunnies, you still have 10 fluffy bunnies: (4 + 6 = 10). The answer remains the same, and you are happy because you have bunnies. Anyway, these standards also discuss subtraction as unknown-addend problems: (10 - 7 = ? What makes 7 a 10?... 3! Therefore, 10 - 7 = 3).

The next two standards (1.OA.5 & 1.OA.6) cover addition and subtraction within 20 and the various methods students can use to solve equations: counting on, making ten, decomposing a number leading to a ten, etc.

The last two standards (1.OA.7 & 1.OA.8) cover working with addition and subtraction equations. Students learn how to read an equals sign, determine whether addition or subtraction statements are true or false, and find the missing whole number in an equation. Fun!

This category includes the Common Core standards 1.G.1 - 1.G.3 (or 1.G.A.1 - 1.G.A.3). You can find helpful guides that provide videos and activities to help you teach these math standards here! Feel free to click through and find what you need!

All standards in the geometry category (1.G.1, 1.G.2, & 1.G.3) focus on shapes and their attributes. Your students will learn how to distinguish between defining attributes and non-defining attributes. Your students will also be able to compose both two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes as well as create new, exciting shapes from previous, familiar shapes, like Boddles! Or bunnies!

Later on, your students will learn to partition (cut) circles and rectangles into halves and fourths (quarters). They will also be able to describe a whole shape as 2 or 4 equal shares, and the more shares there are, the smaller each piece will be. Better use a pizza for this one.

All standards in the geometry category (1.G.1, 1.G.2, & 1.G.3) focus on shapes and their attributes. Your students will learn how to distinguish between defining attributes and non-defining attributes. Your students will also be able to compose both two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes as well as create new, exciting shapes from previous, familiar shapes, like Boddles! Or bunnies!

Later on, your students will learn to partition (cut) circles and rectangles into halves and fourths (quarters). They will also be able to describe a whole shape as 2 or 4 equal shares, and the more shares there are, the smaller each piece will be. Better use a pizza for this one.

This category covers the Common Core standards 1.MD.1 - 1.MD.4 (or 1.MD.A.1 - 1.MD.C.4). You can find helpful guides that provide videos and activities to help you teach these math standards here! Feel free to click through and find what you need!

The first two standards (1.MD.1 & 1.MD.2) focus on measuring lengths indirectly and by iterating (repeating) length units. Here, your students will compare 3 objects’ lengths by placing them in order and compare 2 objects by using a third. For instance, a baby bunny might be 1 pencil long or 2 cupcakes long, but make sure there are no gaps or overlaps when measuring that bunny.

The third standard (1.MD.3) covers how to tell time on both digital and analog clocks. The fourth standard (1.MD.4) focuses on representing and interpreting data with up to 3 categories. Your students will learn how to organize data as well as ask and answer questions about the data set. Psst, make it about bunnies.

The first two standards (1.MD.1 & 1.MD.2) focus on measuring lengths indirectly and by iterating (repeating) length units. Here, your students will compare 3 objects’ lengths by placing them in order and compare 2 objects by using a third. For instance, a baby bunny might be 1 pencil long or 2 cupcakes long, but make sure there are no gaps or overlaps when measuring that bunny.

The third standard (1.MD.3) covers how to tell time on both digital and analog clocks. The fourth standard (1.MD.4) focuses on representing and interpreting data with up to 3 categories. Your students will learn how to organize data as well as ask and answer questions about the data set. Psst, make it about bunnies.

This category covers the Common Core standards 1.NBT.1 - 1.NBT.6 ( or 1.NBT.A1 - 1.NBT.C6). You can find helpful guides that provide videos and activities to help you teach these math standards here! Feel free to click through and find what you need!

The first standard (1.NBT.1) discusses extending a counting sequence. Students can count to 120 starting from any number, and can identify the correct numeral a group of objects equals.

The next two standards (1.NBT.2 & 1.NBT.3) help your students understand place values. The numbers in a two-digit number represent 10s and 1s: (e.g. 15 = one 10 and five 1s; 20 = two 10s and zeros 1s). Your students will also learn how to use inequality symbols (>, =, and <) and make comparisons.

The last three standards (1.NBT.4, 1.NBT.5, & 1.NBT.6) make use of place values and properties of operations to add and subtract. Your students learn to add within 100 (both two and one-digit numbers and multiples of 10) using drawing, models, and other strategies to solve various equations. Students will learn to mentally add or subtract 10 from any 2 digit number, and they learn to subtract multiples of 10 from other multiples of 10 within the range 10-90. Sounds complicated, but we know your students will master this standard!

The first standard (1.NBT.1) discusses extending a counting sequence. Students can count to 120 starting from any number, and can identify the correct numeral a group of objects equals.

The next two standards (1.NBT.2 & 1.NBT.3) help your students understand place values. The numbers in a two-digit number represent 10s and 1s: (e.g. 15 = one 10 and five 1s; 20 = two 10s and zeros 1s). Your students will also learn how to use inequality symbols (>, =, and <) and make comparisons.

The last three standards (1.NBT.4, 1.NBT.5, & 1.NBT.6) make use of place values and properties of operations to add and subtract. Your students learn to add within 100 (both two and one-digit numbers and multiples of 10) using drawing, models, and other strategies to solve various equations. Students will learn to mentally add or subtract 10 from any 2 digit number, and they learn to subtract multiples of 10 from other multiples of 10 within the range 10-90. Sounds complicated, but we know your students will master this standard!

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