## Mathematics

**Chapter 13 builds up to chapter 14. We needed to review chapter 13 this week, the students were not ready to move on.****Chapter 14 Mental Math**January 8 - 12th

Objectives: Using vocabulary correctly

Mentally add 1-digit numbers **Doubles Facts ****THEY ARE IMPORTANT TO KNOW**

Mentally add 1-digit number to a 2-digit number

Mentally add a 2-digit number to tens

Mentally subtract a 1-digit number

Mentally subtract a 1-digit number from a 2-digit number

Mentally subtract tens from a 2-digit number

Test: Thursday or Friday

We used white boards, place value charts, number lines, number bonds and games to learn these strategies.

Regrouping is a challenging concept to understand. We will continue to practice next week and take a test on what they have learned.

In addition, students will learn the last part of this chapter to count numbers. It is important for students to know the many ways to make 10.

__Important Reminder__

__Please be sure that students continue to practice all the ways to make 10, their double facts and counting on skills. Don't forget subtraction portion, counting back. All with numbers up to 20.__2/25 - 3/2

**Chapter 19 - Money**

L1 - Vocabulary

Students learn to recognize and name a penny, nickle and dime

Understand the cent sign

skip-count to find the value of a collection of coins

Exchange one coin for a set of coins of equal value

Use different combinations of coins less than 25 cents to buy things - We will have a classroom store

L2 - Quarter

Know and name a quarter

Exchange a quarter for a set of coins of equal value

L3 - Counting Money

Count money in cents up to $1 using the count on strategy

Choose the correct value of coins when buying items

Use different combinations of coins to show the same value

L4 Adding and subtracting money

Add to find the cost of items

subtract to find the change

add and subtract money in cents up to 1$

Solve real-world problems involving addition and subtraction of money

Monday - pg.

Tuesday - pg. 216

Wednesday - pg. 221 and 222

Thursday - pg. 228 and 229

Friday: NO school