Task / Page / Date

Standards

Materials and Resources

Technology

“Addition and Subtraction Word Problems” pg. 12
Ongoing throughout unit

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BookIf You Give A Mouse A Cookie (or any book that can be used to create word problems like the ones in the task chart).
Cookie shaped cereal for each student (or if using a different text, a variety of manipulatives for students to choose from).
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_ccOKla2DA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9hA9JvfLFQ&feature=relmfu
Math Center Games

http://pbskids.org/games/math.html
Videos
http://www.brainpopjr.com/math/additionandsubtraction/

“Building Trains” pg. 17 (Addition)
Jan.9

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Counting cubes (up to 10) or 2 sided counters.

Van de Walle Guide pg. 50


“Building Trains” (Subtraction)
pg. 21
Jan. 10

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Connecting Cubes (up to 10 per student) or other manipulatives like 2 sided counters, shapes, dominos, etc.)

PartPartWhole Mat (see pg. 23)


“Going Bananas”
pg. 25
Jan. 1114

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Paper

Pencil

Accessible manipulatives

5 bowls per group/student

Math Journal

Van de Walle

Banana Sheet pg. 31

Runts candy (optional)

Task Sheets pgs. 2930


“TugOWar”
pg. 32
Jan. 15

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1 counter

1 Sixsided dice

TugOWar game board (with number line)pg. 35


“Race to 20” (Revisited)
pg. 36
Jan. 16

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2 different color counters

1 number cube (16)

Race to 20 game boardpg. 38

Ten frame


“Shake and Spill Addition” (5 or 10) pg. 39
Jan. 1718

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Twocolor counters

One small cup, per student (like a mouthwash cup

One dryerase marker per student

Shake and Spill recording sheet for addition (pg. 42)

Anno’s Counting House by Mitsumasa Anno, or another similar counting book

PartPartWhole mat


“Shake and Spill Subtraction” (5 or 10 pg.43
Jan. 2223

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Twocolor counters

One small cup, per student (like a mouthwash cup)

One dryerase marker per student

Shake and Spill recording sheet for subtraction (pg. 46)

Anno’s Counting House (same as above)

PartPartWhole mat


SUMmoning 5’s and 10’spg.47
Jan. 24

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1 SUMmoning FIVES game board (pg. 50)

5 doublesided counters, per student

2 dice, per pair of students

Five frame

Van de Walle pg. 51

SUMmonings 10’s pg. 51 (for acceleration)


Bo Peep’s Domino Dilemmapg. 52
Jan. 2528

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Recording sheet (pg. 5558 )

Manipulatives


The Bike Shoppg. 59
Jan. 2930

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Bike Shop recording sheet (or journal)

Bicycle cutouts (if necessary; run on tag board) pg. 64


“Calling Out Reds!” pg. 65
Jan. 31

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Calling Out Reds? Recording Sheet pg. 68

Two different colored dice, per set of partners

Anno’s Counting House by Anno Mitsuasa

Ten frames

Van de Walle guide Activity 4.8


Dropping Pennies” pg. 69
Feb. 14

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Pencil

Recording sheet pg. 7273


“Make5 (or 10) Go Fish” pg. 74
Feb. 5

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Deck of playing cards for each pair of students, face cards removed (ten frame cards will also work for this game)


“Old Farmer McDonald” pg. 77
Feb. 67

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Old Farmer McDonald recording sheet pg. 80

Manipulatives

Pictures of barn animals or toy animals (not included)


“Four Sums in a Row” pg. 81
Feb. 8

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1 Four Sums in a Row game board (per pair of students)pg. 84

Student recording sheet pg.85

2 clothespins

24 doublesided counters, per set of partners


“The Candy Store” pg. 86
Feb. 11

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The Penny Pot by Barbara Derubertis

The Candy Store sheet (task description pg. 89)

Recording sheet and cut out candy pgs. 9092


Unit 5: Measuring and Analyzing Data (Feb. 12  March 22)

Vocabulary

Standards

Learning Targets

Capacity
Category
Classify
Heavier
Height
Length
Lighter
Longer
Shorter
Taller
Weight
Organize

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MD.1 We can describe objects by using measurable attributes. (length, weight, height, etc.)
MD.2 We can compare two objects with a measurable attribute and describe the differences. (using words shorter, taller, lighter, heavier, the same as, etc. )
MD.3 We can classify objects into given categories and count and sort the categories.

Task

Standards

Materials and Resources

Technology/Resources

Measurement and Me!
p.12
Feb. 12

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Measuring Penny
(Loreen Leedy)
Me and the Measure of Things (Joan Sweeney)

Chart paper

Bags with 2 items of various length, weight, height, and capacity


Does How I Measure Matter?
p. 14
Feb. 13

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Chart paper

Bags with 5 items of various length, weight, height, and capacity

Task sheets pp. 18, 19, 20


Ribbon War
p.21
Feb. 14

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The Best Bug Parade
(Stuart Murphy)

One bag of ribbon/string cut into varying lengths for each pair of students


Comparing Towers
p.24
Feb. 15

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Container

Different colored cubes


Shorter or Longer?
p.27
Feb. 19

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Containers with 10 connecting cubes

Task sheet (p.30)


Taller Than a Tower of Ten?
p.31
Feb. 2021

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Box of objects that taller, shorter, or the same height as a tower of five or ten cubes

Unifix cubes

Math journals

Task sheets pp. 3536


Rumplestiltskin is My Name
p.37
Feb. 2225

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(Kevin Henkes)

Index cards

Unifix cubes

Chart paper


Which is Longer?
p.41
Feb. 2627

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Unifix cubes

Paper clips

Counters

Pattern blocks

Items for measurement


Using a Balance Scale
p. 45
Feb. 28

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Balance scales

Items of various weight

Task sheet pp. 4849


How Heavy is It?
p.50
March 1

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(Stuart J. Murphy)

Balance scales

Common objects to weigh

Task sheet p.53


Ordering Containers
p. 54
March 4

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Variety of containers (10 per group)

Substances to fill containers (beans, sand, water, rice, etc.)

Funnel

Task sheet p. 57


Comparing Containers
p.58
March 5

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Variety of containers (10 per group)

Items for the children to choose from to fill containers (golf balls, plastic eggs, etc.)


Riddle Me!
p.61
March 6

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Riddle cards on pp. 6466

Balance scales

Items for the children to choose from to fill containers (golf balls, plastic eggs, etc.)


Measurement Olympics *culminating task
p.67
March 78

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4 boxes (one for each event)

See page 68 for instructions on what to place in each box.

Task sheet p.73


Sorting Attribute Blocks
p.74
March 11

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Attribute blocks for each group


Fun With Sorting
p.78
March 1213

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Common everyday objects for each group (see p. 79 for examples)

Recording sheet pp. 8182


Sorting Money
p.83
March 18

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Coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters)a bag of 15 per group

Recording sheet pp.8687


Who Lives at Your House?
p.88
March 1920

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Pictures representing family members (photos, drawings, etc.)


Guess My Sort
*culminating task
p.92
March 2122

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Random items for sorting (see p.93 for examples)


Unit 6: Further Investigation of Addition and Subtraction (March 25 May 3)

Vocabulary

Standards

Learning Targets


Addends

Addition

Combinations

Combine

Compare

Compose

Decompose

Difference

Equal

Number relationships

Numeric pattern

Quantity

Separate strategies

Subtraction

Sum

Symbols

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OA.1 We can use a variety of strategies to solve addition problems.
OA.1 We can use a variety of strategies to solve subtraction problems.
OA.2 We can solve addition word problems by using objects or drawings.
OA.2 We can solve subtraction word problems by using objects or drawings.
OA.3 We can decompose numbers into pairs in more than one way. (similar to number combinations).
OA.4 When we have a number from 19 we can find the number that makes 10. (Use ten frames).
OA.5 We can fluently add number combinations to 5.
OA.5 We can fluently subtract number combinations to 5.
(Have an understanding of… Examples: doubles, counting on, fact families, and communitive properties).

Task

Standards

Materials and Resources

Technology

“Ten Flashing Fireflies”
Pg. 13
March 2526

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Ten Flashing Fireflies by Philemon Sturges or similar book

Ten Flashing Fireflies work mat pg. 18

Ten Flashing Fireflies recording sheet pg. 17

10 centimeter cubes


“Got Your Number”
Pg. 20
March 2728

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A deck of playing cards (19 only and Ace=1)

Got Your Number Task Sheet


“By the Riverside”
Pg. 24
March 29April 1

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By the Riverside recording sheet pg. 27

Manipulatives


“Capturing Bears (5/10)”
Pg. 28
April 2/Centers

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Game to 5

11 Counting bears or counters

Capturing bears playing cards (7 cards per game)

Capturing Bears game board pgs. 3335

5 frame

Math journal

Game to 10

21 counting bears or counters

Capturing bears playing cards (16)

Capturing Bears game board pgs. 3739

10 frame

Math journal


“Fishing Tale”
Pg. 38
April 34

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10 connecting cubes (in a bag)

Recording sheet pg. 4345


“Moving Day”
Pg. 44
April 58

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Moving Day partpartwhole mat pg. 49

Recording sheet pg. 50

Centimeter cubes another counting manipulative (quantity depends on focus number)

Folder

Blank white paper

Colored pencils or crayons


“How Many Ways to Get to 10”
Pg. 49
April 911

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12 Ways to Get to 11 by Eve Merriam or a similar book

(11) 2 colored red/yellow counters per student

How many ways to get to 10? Recording sheet pg. 54


“A Day at the Beach”
Pg. 54
April 1215

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One is a Snail, Ten Is a Crab by April Pulley Sayre and Jeff Sayre, or similar book

Recording sheet

manipulatives


“At the Mechanics”
Pg. 58
April 1617

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At the Mechanic recording sheet pg.62

At the Mechanic playing cards pgs. 6364

Index cards

Tenframe

Red/yellow counters

Rekenrek


“Field Trip of Fives”
Pg. 64
April 1819

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Field Trip for Fives recording sheet pg. 68

Field Trip for Fives work mat pg. 69

Colored counters or linking cubes to match the teams


“The Magic Pot”
Pg. 69
April 2930

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The Magic Pot work mat pg. 7677

Magic Pot In and Out Cards pg. 7475

20 counters per student

Double tenframe or Rekenrek

099 chart

10sided dice or spinner (09)


“Equally Balancing Numbers”
Pg. 77
May 13

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Pattern blocks

Shaping 10 recording sheet pg. 82

Balancing Act work mat pg. 83

Equally Balancing Numbers recording sheet pg. 84

Shaping 5 recording sheet pg. 85

