Grade 1 Math Essential Learning Goals Lewiston School District Number & Operation I can count and show objects to 100. I can tell how numbers 0 to 100 are alike and different. I can tell which number is bigger or smaller, greater or less than. I can put numbers in order from smallest to largest and largest to smallest. I can count backwards from 20. I can name pennies, nickels, and dimes. I can tell how much each coin is worth. I can tell how much a group of pennies is worth, how much a group of nickels is worth, and how much a group of dimes is worth. I can see patterns in groups of numbers (1+1, 2+1, 3+1). I can add two numbers. I can make groups of 2 through 10 in lots of ways. I can find the answer to number stories through at least 10. I can tell when to add or subtract in a number story. I can show how I found the answer in a number story using numbers, pictures, words, objects or acting. I can make a close guess of how many objects there are in a group. Measurement I can tell time with a face clock and a digital clock, to the hour. I can tell how long an object is using different tools. I can measure length in inches and feet. I can arrange objects by weight or how much they hold and tell how they are the same and different. I can choose the best tool to measure an object. Algebra I can tell which numbers are greater, less, and equal. I can copy a pattern with three or more parts, and make it longer. Geometry I can name a triangle, rectangle (including a square), circle, cone and cube. I can find shapes in the world around me. I can sort 3-D (space) and 2-D (flat) shapes. I can tell how shapes are alike and different. Data Analysis I can use tally marks. I can gather data and put it on a graph. I can ask and answer questions about data.