## Mathematics

**Throughout the year we will use white boards, place value charts, number lines, number bonds, and games to learn various math strategies.**

***It is important for students to practice all the ways to make 10 and adding doubles (without using their fingers.) Also, doubles facts to include doubles

+1 and -1.

***It is important for students to practice all the ways to make 10 and adding doubles (without using their fingers.) Also, doubles facts to include doubles

+1 and -1.

April 23rd - Lessons include whiteboards, base of ten blocks, and place value charts

Drills, IXL, worksheets, hands on activities to review the school year

No homework for Math

**Please note - Lessons are subject to change depending on mastery of each skill. White boards, text books, counting blocks, place value charts, and games are used in addition to worksheets for math lessons.**

HOMEWORK

Monday: w/s of Find the Missing Number

Tuesday: Study for the test tomorrow

Wednesday: TEST

Thursday: NO HOMEWORK

Friday: NO HOMEWORK

April IXL

A.8 Number line to 1,000

B.1 Compare numbers to 1,000

E.10 Add doubles models

E.11 Add doubles without models

I.1 add multiple of 100

I.2 Multiples of 10 and 100

I.3 Add with 3 digit numbers

I.5 Add word problems 3 digit

March 4th - March 8th ****AL 2nd Grade level*******************

A.5 Skip count puzzle

B.2 Compare number to 1,000

B.4 Put numbers in order

B.5 Greatest/Least

U.3 Time Analog Clock

U4 Read the Clock

A.8 Number lines to 1,000

New IXL Skill 2/25

1st Grade Level:

A13 - Counting in 100s

A14 - 100 Chart

2nd Grade Level:

A.3 Skip Count Sequence

A.4 Counting Patterns

A.8 Number lines to 1,000

A.14 Count pattern to 1,000

Continue to review these skills

IXL Skill Builders for homework for Math

Q1 Names and values of common coins

Q3 Count pennies, nickles, and dimes

Q6 Exchanging coins

A10 Counting by 2, 10, and 5

A20 Sequencing