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Teacher:____________________
School Year:____________________
First Grade Objective Sheet
Student:________________________
Objectives:
1
2
3
4
Comments:
NUMBER AND OPERATIONS
1. Understand and represent
relationships among numbers and
compute operations (addition and
subtraction) with and without
manipulatives.
a. Recognize and write numbers 0 to
100. (DOK 1)
b. Compose and decompose two-digit
numbers with representations in words
and physical models. (DOK 2)
c. Explain how to compare and order
two-digit numbers using the terms
“more,” “less,” “greater than,” “less
than,” “equal to,” and “almost,” and the
symbols >, <, and =. (DOK 1)
d. Use multiple representations for
addition (combining of sets) and
subtraction (take–away, missing
addend, comparison) to solve
problems. (DOK 1)
e. Find the sums of 3 single-digit
addends (for example: 3 + 6 + 2 =11).
(DOK 1)
f. Justify addition and subtraction of
two-digit whole numbers without
regrouping. (DOK 2)
g. Find equal money amounts with
different coin combinations up to
$0.25. (DOK 1)
h. Identify the value of coins (penny,
nickel, dime, quarter). (DOK 1)
i. Determine the value of like coins up
to $1.00. (DOK 1)
j. Find the value of mixed coins up to
$1.00. (DOK 1)
ALGEBRA
2. Recognize, extend, and create
patterns.
Teacher:____________________
School Year:____________________
First Grade Objective Sheet
Student:________________________
Objectives:
1
2
3
4
Comments:
NUMBER AND OPERATIONS
1. Understand and represent
relationships among numbers and
compute operations (addition and
subtraction) with and without
manipulatives.
a. Recognize and write numbers 0 to
100. (DOK 1)
b. Compose and decompose two-digit
numbers with representations in words
and physical models. (DOK 2)
c. Explain how to compare and order
two-digit numbers using the terms
“more,” “less,” “greater than,” “less
than,” “equal to,” and “almost,” and the
symbols >, <, and =. (DOK 1)
d. Use multiple representations for
addition (combining of sets) and
subtraction (take–away, missing
addend, comparison) to solve
problems. (DOK 1)
e. Find the sums of 3 single-digit
addends (for example: 3 + 6 + 2 =11).
(DOK 1)
f. Justify addition and subtraction of
two-digit whole numbers without
regrouping. (DOK 2)
g. Find equal money amounts with
different coin combinations up to
$0.25. (DOK 1)
h. Identify the value of coins (penny,
nickel, dime, quarter). (DOK 1)
i. Determine the value of like coins up
to $1.00. (DOK 1)
j. Find the value of mixed coins up to
$1.00. (DOK 1)
ALGEBRA
2. Recognize, extend, and create
patterns.
a. Use a pattern rule to translate and
recognize patterns from one pattern
representation to another. (DOK 2)
b. Formulate, explain, and generalize
patterns within and across addition
and subtraction. (DOK 2)
c. Model situations and solve
equations that require addition and
subtraction of whole numbers; use
objects, pictures, and symbols. (DOK
2)
d. Count by different units when given
a group of objects using 1’s, 2’s, 5’s,
and 10’s. (DOK 1)
GEOMETRY
3. Identify and classify properties of
.
two- and three-dimensional shapes
Identify and classify two-
a.
dimensional figures (triangle,
square, rectangle, circle, trapezoid,
hexagon, and rhombus). (DOK 1)
b. Identify and classify three-
dimensional figures (cube, rectangular
prism, and sphere) according to their
characteristics. (DOK 1)
c. Explain the part-whole relationships
resulting from the composition or
decomposition of plane and solid
figures. (DOK 2)
MEASUREMENT
4. Identify and apply measurable
attributes.
Use nonstandard units (paper
a.
clips, unifix cubes, etc.) and
standard units (inches,
centimeters) to measure length.
(DOK 1)
b. Compare weight of objects using a
balance scale with and without
nonstandard units. (DOK 1)
Compare and estimate capacity
c.
of various containers in
nonstandard units. (DOK 2)
d. Tell time to the hour and half-hour
intervals using both digital and analog
clocks. (DOK 1)
DATA ANALYSIS & PROBABILITY
5. Collect, organize, and interpret
data in graphical form.
Gather data, construct, and
a.
interpret simple bar graphs and
pictographs. (DOK 2)
Analyze and interpret data by
b.
using mathematical language such
as more than, less than, etc. (DOK
1)
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