MATH

Learning Objectives

Content / Method  / Materials

Strategy for Evaluation

Expected Levels of Achievement


The students will be able to know number names and count in sequence. For example: counting from 1-10; counting from 11-100; linear counting; skip counting by 2’s, 5’s.

Use printed numerals ; printed numerals box; sandpaper numerals; sandpaper numerals box; bead materials; ten board, teens board, hundred board; stamp game; snake game

Teacher modeling, teacher observation, participation, and self-correcting materials

100% achievement of knowing number names and counting in sequence


The students will be able to count to tell the number of objects.

Use spindle boxes, cut-out numerals and counters, number rods; stamp game

Teacher modeling, teacher observation, participation, and self-correcting materials

90% achievement of counting objects to tell their number


The students will be able to compare numbers.

Use spindle boxes, cut-out numerals and counters, number rods; printed numerals ; printed numerals box; sandpaper numerals; sandpaper numerals box; bead materials; ten board, teens board, hundred board

Teacher modeling, teacher observation, participation, and self-correcting materials

85% achievement of comparing numbers


The students will be able to understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understand subtraction as taking apart and taking from.

Use addition snake game; addition strip board; subtraction strip board; counters / manipulatives; task cards

Teacher modeling, teacher observation, participation, and self-correcting materials

80% achievement of addition/subtraction


The students will be able to identify and describe shapes.

Use geometric cabinet demonstration tray; geometric form cards for the demonstration tray; geometric cabinet; geometric form cards; geometric form cards cabinet; geometric solids; geometric solids 3 part cards   Geometric Plane Figures with Box

Teacher modeling, teacher observation, participation, and self-correcting materials

90% achievement of holding book appropriately


The students will be able to analyze, compare, create, and compose shapes.

Use constructive triangles ; constructive blue triangles; binomial cube; trinomial cube; cylinder blocks; knobless cylinders; pink tower; pink tower stand/cards; brown stair; brown stairs cards; red rods; binomial cube; trinomial cube

Teacher modeling, teacher observation, participation, and self-correcting materials

90% achievement of analyzing, comparing, creating, and composing shapes


The students will be able to describe and compare measurable attributes of length and weight of objects.

Use red rods; pink tower; brown stairs; scale

Teacher modeling, teacher observation, participation, and self-correcting materials

85% achievement of measuring and weighing objects


The students will be able to classify objects and count the number of objects in each category.

Use sorting activities; manipulatives; counters; classification cards

Teacher modeling, teacher observation, participation, and self-correcting materials

85% achievement of classifying objects and counting