everyday math pacing guide 2012

```EVERYDAY MATH PACING GUIDE
2012-2013
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Implement 5 minutes of fact fluency everyday.
o Netbooks
o EM games
o Math Facts in a Flash
o Holey cards
o teacher games
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Consult the Curriculum Framework for specific SOL topics and information.
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Display Word Walls from DOE Resources.
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During daily calendar time include discussion on:
o ordinal numbers
o time
o weather
o money
o temperature
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Consult resources such as for additional activities on flex days*:
o Enhanced Scope and Sequence Lessons
o AIMS
o VA Master Everyday Math correlation notebook which can be accessed on E-planner
o Exam View
*Other resources can be used on Flex Days. These are a list of suggested resources
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Everyday Math Rubric Conversion of RSA’s
o 4 = 100%
o 3 = 90%
o 2 = 80%
o 1 = 70%
o 0 = 50%
FIRST GRADE PACING GUIDE – EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS
Week
Dates
1
Aug.
27-31
2
Sept.
3-7
3
10-14
4
17-21
5
24-28
6
Oct.
1-5
7
8-12
Objectives
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Count the Days
Job Management Routines
Count up on the number-line
Using Mathematical Tools
Slate routine
Practice writing numbers 1 and 2
One more and One less
Comparing pairs of numbers
Introduce tally marks for data
Experience equal-chance events
Introduce calendar
Practice rules for small groups
Explorations with manipulatives
Introduce weather routines
Practice telling and solving number stories
Practice counting up and back on number grid
Explore uses of numbers
Explore complements of 10
Introduce Math Box routine
Introduce unit labels and calculators
Introduce analog clock
Introduce A.M. and P.M.
Practice telling time to hour
Develop sense of duration of a minute
Compare lengths of objects
Practice drawing straight lines/Practice using dominoes
Lessons
1.1-1.3
1.4-1.6
1.7-1.9
1.10-1.12
1.12-1.14
2.1-2.4
2.5-2.7
8
15-19
9
22-26
10
Oct.
29Nov.2
11
5-9
12
12-16
13
19-23
14
26-30
15
Dec.
3-7
16
10-14
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Introduce pennies and cents
Reinforce comparing numbers
Introduce nickels
Exchange pennies for nickels
Practice finding values of combinations of nickels and pennies
Introduce number models for change to more situations
Extend number models to change to less situations
Practice making up and solving stories, review counting money
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Explore visual patterns
Explore even and odd patterns
Explore skip-counting patterns on number grid
Even and Odd and patterns
Review basic number-line concepts
Practice counting on number line
Introduce addition and subtraction on number line
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Review telling time to hour and half hour
Introduce Frames and Arrows routine
Introduce Frames and Arrows problems
Introduce counting up and back on calculator
 Introduce the dime, dollars and cents
 Practice exchanging pennies, nickels, and dimes
Practice finding values of collections of dimes, nickels, pennies
Introduce line plots
Explore domino dot patterns
Provide practice for all basic addition facts
Introduce Math Message routine
Review thermometers and temperatures to 2 degrees
Provide practice measuring and comparing lengths using
nonstandard units
 Practice measuring with nonstandard units and with standard
foot.
 Introduce the inch as standard unit of length and practice
measuring to the nearest inch.
 Practice estimating and measuring lengths in inches
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2.8-2.10
2.11-2.14
3.1-3.4
3.5-3.6
3.7-3.10
3.11-3.12
3.13-3.15
4.1-4.4
4.5-4.7
17
17-21
18
Dec.31
-Jan.4
19
7-11
20
14-18
21
21-25
22
Jan.28
-Feb.1
23
4-8
24
11-15
 Practice using tape measure to measure curved and flat objects
in inches
 Measure heights, make bar graphs
 Explore to dimensional shapes
 Explore base 10 blocks
 Review telling time hour and half hour
 Introduce time to the quarter hour
 Investigate time lines
 Introduce and make number scrolls
 Introduce addition facts and fact power
 Provide experience with place-value concepts for tens and ones
 Introduce the symbols < and >
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Develop the concept of area by counting units
Provide experiences with weighing objects on a pan balance
Provide practice with rational counting
Introduce addition of 2 digit numbers
Practice with more than and less than number stories
 Provide experiences with writing number models for number
stories
 Introduce number stories that involve finding differences
 Provide practice with a variety of number stories
 Provide experience with sums generated by rolling dice
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Introduce the turn-around rule for addition
Practice addition facts with +1, +0, double facts, and sums to 10
Introduce “What’s My Rule” routine
Provide experiences with output and input for given rules
Experience exploring patterns in sums with 2 dice
Introduce Name-Collection boxes
Introduce Fact Triangles
4.8-4.11
4.12-4.13
5.1-5.3
5.4-5.6
5.7-5.9
5.10-5.13
5.14-6.2
6.3-6.6
25
18-22
26
Feb.25
-Mar.1
27
4-8
28
11-15
29
18-22
30
Apr.
1-5
31
8-12
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Introduce centimeter
Practice drawing line segments to nearest cm.
Explore various shapes of triangles
Extend “What’s My Rule” to finding missing input numbers
Find the value of collections of quarters, dimes, nickels, and
pennies
Introduce My Reference Book
Introduce statistical landmarks: range and middle value
Collect data and make bar graphs
Reinforce sorting attribute blocks
Reinforce sorting attribute blocks to facilitate learning addition
facts
Guide the identification of plane shapes
Investigate shape characteristics
Extend children’s familiarity with polygons
Guide the identification of spheres, cylinders, rectangular
prisms, pyramids, cones, and cubes and their characteristics
Explore symmetrical shapes
Review, reinforce and assess counting and exchanging coins
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Reinforce understanding of money
Introduce dollars and use money to explore place value
Extend place value concepts to hundreds
Develop use of counting for making change
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 Guide exploration of dividing regions into equal parts
 Guide further understanding of fractional parts of a whole and
introduce unit fraction notation
 Introduce fractional parts of collections
 Guide explorations between multiples and fractions
 Reinforce naming fractional parts of regions
 Provide practice with addition facts
6.7-6.8
6.9-6.12
6.13-7.2
7.3-7.5
7.6-8.1
8.2-8.3
8.4-8.7
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15-19
33
22-26
34
Apr.29
-May3
35
6-10
36
13-17
37
20-24
 Provide experiences counting by 1s and 10s on number grid to
 Provide opportunities to develop proficiency in
 Reinforce counting, adding, and subtracting with 10s and 1s
using the number-grid patterns
 Provide practice adding/subtracting 2 digit numbers
 Provide experiences comparing capacities of containers
 Create symmetric designs
 Make second height measurement
 Extend fraction concepts to fractions other than unit fractions
 Review fraction concepts
 Use region models to compare fractions
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Introduce the idea of equivalent fractions
Provide experiences with making line plots
Review telling time on analog clock and writing in digital notation
Provide experiences with elapsed time
Review showing amounts of money with coins
Solve number stories involving 2 digit numbers
Solve comparison number stories and calculate amounts of
change from purchases
Review names and characteristics of polygons and 3dimensional shapes
Use information on a map to find temperature differences
Review place value through hundreds
8.8-9.1
9.2-9.4
9.5-9.7
9.8-10.2
10.3-10.6
10.7
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