Math 1 Lesson: Review: numbers up to 100 1.1. Knowledge to remember - Read, write, count, compare numbers up to 100 Know the structure of two-digit numbers. - Add, subtract (don't remember) within 100 - Determine the number before and after the number of a number. - Apply calculations to solve word problems. - Measure the length and draw a line when the given length … [Read more...] about Math 1 Lesson: Review: numbers up to 100

# Grade 1 Math

## Math 1 Lesson: Review: numbers up to 10

Math 1 Lesson: Review: numbers up to 10 1.1. Knowledge to remember - Know how to read, count, compare numbers within 10. - Proficient in addition and subtraction within 10; relationship between addition and subtraction - Find the unknown component of addition and subtraction within 10 - Proficient in solving and presenting word problems within 10 1.2. Math … [Read more...] about Math 1 Lesson: Review: numbers up to 10

## Math 1 Lesson: Clock, time

Math 1 Lesson: Clock, time 1.1. Knowledge to remember - Get familiar with the clock face, hour hand, minute hand. - Know how to see and read the correct time, draw or turn the clock hands to indicate the correct hours of the day. - Recognize moments in daily life. 1.2. Mathematical forms about Clocks, time Type 1: Watch the clock and then read the … [Read more...] about Math 1 Lesson: Clock, time

## Add and subtract (don’t remember) within 100

Add and subtract (don't remember) within 100 1.1. Knowledge to remember - Know how to calculate, add and subtract (don't remember) two-digit numbers. - Add and subtract numbers within 100; - The relationship between addition and subtraction. - Apply to solve word problems. 1.2. Math forms on Addition and Subtraction (don't remember) within 100 Type 1: … [Read more...] about Add and subtract (don’t remember) within 100

## Weekdays

Weekdays 1.1. Knowledge to remember - Know the week has 7 days, know the names of the days of the week. - Know how to read the day, date and month on the daily peeled calendar. 1.2. Maths for Days of the Week Type 1: Things in a week. There are 7 days in a week: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Form 2: Read the day, date … [Read more...] about Weekdays

## Subtraction within 100 (minus not remembered)

Subtraction within 100 (minus not remembered) 1.1. Knowledge to remember - Know how to calculate and subtract two-digit numbers. - Mentally subtract numbers within 100; - Apply to solve word problems. 1.2. Mathematical forms on Subtraction within 100 (minus minus) Form 1: Performing the calculation Perform the subtraction of two-digit numbers by working … [Read more...] about Subtraction within 100 (minus not remembered)

## Addition within 100 (addition without memory)

Addition within 100 (addition without memory) 1.1. Knowledge to remember - Know how to set, calculate and add two-digit numbers. - Mental addition of numbers within 100 (addition do not remember); - Apply to solve word problems. - The first step to know about the property of addition: When swapping two numbers in an addition, the result does not … [Read more...] about Addition within 100 (addition without memory)

## Solve word problems (continued)

Solve word problems (continued) 1.1. Knowledge to remember - Identify word problems with given numbers (known things) and numbers to find (unknown things); - Understand math for what? What to ask ? And the solution to the problem has a subtraction. - Know how to solve problems including: Answers, calculations and answers. 1.2. Types of Maths on Solving … [Read more...] about Solve word problems (continued)

## Table of numbers from 1 to 100

Table of numbers from 1 to 100 1.1. Knowledge to remember Recognize that 100 is the successor of 99. - Read, write, make tables of numbers from 0 to 100. - Know some characteristics of the numbers in the table. 1.2. Maths on Tables of numbers from 1 to 100 Form 1: Number 100 The number 100 is the largest number in the sequence from 0 to 100 and is the … [Read more...] about Table of numbers from 1 to 100

## Compare two-digit numbers

Compare two-digit numbers 1.1. Knowledge to remember - Know based on number structure to compare two or more two-digit numbers: If two numbers have the same tens digit, the one with the larger ones will be greater. If two numbers are different from the tens digit, the number with the larger tens will be greater. - Determine the largest and smallest number in … [Read more...] about Compare two-digit numbers