**Handwriting**

At Adams Central, we use D'Nealian handwriting. Letters are written at a slight slant with tails. This makes for an easy transition to cursive next year in 2nd grade!

**Word Wall Words**

Students will be expected to recognize and spell these words by the end of the year. Mastering basic sight words helps us become more fluent readers! We will practice 5 words per week in the classroom, beginning with the words: we, can, go, at, the. We will continue to work our way down the list learning five new words each week.

we, can, go, at, the

am, me, see, is, up

my, to, and, do, in

it, had, on, got, like

has, he, look, are, come

his, here, did, for, get

have, of, play, said, will

him, she, was, they, went

this, that, with, what, you

all, down, when, where, saw

day, get, her, new, out

give, over, were, want, your

who, jump, because, I, eat

why, how, make, some, very

boy, girl, from, big, talk

can’t, but, could, friend, little

be, car, our, no, fun

night, by, good, old, people

thing, not, rain, us, kick

after, zoo, house, made, ride

tell, animal, there, nice, best

would, children, off, won’t, favorite

teacher, them, quit, now, pretty

love, put, too, sure, laugh

brother, sister, ask, smile, school

we, can, go, at, the

am, me, see, is, up

my, to, and, do, in

it, had, on, got, like

has, he, look, are, come

his, here, did, for, get

have, of, play, said, will

him, she, was, they, went

this, that, with, what, you

all, down, when, where, saw

day, get, her, new, out

give, over, were, want, your

who, jump, because, I, eat

why, how, make, some, very

boy, girl, from, big, talk

can’t, but, could, friend, little

be, car, our, no, fun

night, by, good, old, people

thing, not, rain, us, kick

after, zoo, house, made, ride

tell, animal, there, nice, best

would, children, off, won’t, favorite

teacher, them, quit, now, pretty

love, put, too, sure, laugh

brother, sister, ask, smile, school

Click on the file below to print flashcards for practice at home.

word_wall_words_on_grid_2016.docx |

## **Reading **

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Topics/Weekly Questions

August/September

Unit 1:

October/November

Unit 2:

December/January

Unit 3:

January/February

Unit 4:

March/April

Unit 5:

April/May

Unit 6:

Unit 1:

- What do you do at your school?
- What is it like where you live?
- What makes a pet special?
- What do friends do together?
- How does your body move?

October/November

Unit 2:

- What jobs need to be done in a community?
- What buildings do you know? What are they made of?
- Where do animals live together?
- How do people help out in the community?
- How can you find your way around?

December/January

Unit 3:

- What time is it? How do we measure time?
- How do plants change as they grow?
- What is a folktale?
- How is life different than it was long ago?
- How do we get our food?

January/February

Unit 4:

- How do animals' bodies help them?
- How do animals help each other?
- How do animals survive in nature?
- What insects do you know about? How are they alike/different?
- How do people work with animals?

March/April

Unit 5:

- How can we classify and categorize things?
- What can you see in the sky?
- What inventions do you know about?
- What sounds can you hear? How are they made?
- How do things get built?

April/May

Unit 6:

- How can we work together to make our lives better?
- Who helps you?
- How can weather affect us?
- What traditions do you know about?
- Why do we celebrate holidays?

**Writing**

- Being a Writer
- Writing to Tell My Stories
- How-To Books
- Writing to Share My Opinions
- Fairy Tales and Realistic Fiction
- Nonfiction Books
- Writing Letters to Persuade Others
- Poetry and Wrapping Up the Year

**Science and Social Studies**

## Countries will we learn about:

- Australia
- Brazil
- Canada
- China
- Egypt
- France
- Mexico
- U.S.A.

## Other topics we will learn about:

- Insects
- Manners
- Traffic Safety
- Past and Present
- Pumpkins
- Thanksgiving
- Christmas
- Frogs & Toads
- Visualizing Chapter Books
- My Father's Dragon
- Charlotte's Web

- Solids, Liquids, Gases
- Solar System
- Weather
- Oceans
- Circuses
- Recycling
- Economics
- Simple Machines
- Nutrition
- Fairy Tales

**Math**

All math lessons begin with a math meeting. During the math meeting, we learn about:

Lesson 1: Identifying what Mathematicians do

Lesson 2: Making towers for the numbers 1-10

Lesson 3: Writing the numbers 1,4, and 5

Lesson 4: Making towers for the numbers 1-9; Ordering the numbers 0-9

Lesson 5: Placing an object on a graph; Writing the numbers 2,3, and 7

Lesson 6: Identifying a circle and a square; Identifying the number of sides and angles of a square

Lesson 7: Graphing a picture on a pictograph; Identifying most and fewest on a graph; Identifying left and right

Lesson 8: Writing the numbers 0,6,8, and 9

Lesson 9: Ordering sets from smallest to largest; Identifying most and fewest; Ordering numbers from least to greatest

Lesson 10-1: Matching a number to a set; Collecting and sorting data; Using data to construct a bar-type graph

Lesson 10-2: Identifying the steps in the problem-solving process; Using logical reasoning to solve a problem

** Cumulative written assessment 1**

Lesson 11: Identifying morning and afternoon; Identifying first, last, between, and middle; Identifying first, second, and third

Lesson 12: Acting out "some, some more" and "some, some went away" stories

Lesson 13: Identifying a triangle, and its angles and number of sides; Sorting by one attribute

Lesson 14: Making a shape on a geoboard; Identifying inside and outside

Lesson 15-1: Acting out and drawing pictures for "some, some more" and some, some went away stories

Lesson 15-2: Sorting by one attribute

**Cumulative written assessment 2**

Lesson 16: Counting pennies

Lesson 17: Identifying a number between two numbers

Lesson 18: Dividing a solid in half

Lesson 19: Picturing and combining sets; Graphing a picture on a pictograph

Lesson 20-1: Counting from 0 to 23

Lesson 20-2: Making an organized list to solve a problem

**Cumulative written assessment 3**

Lesson 21: Writing addition number sentences; Representing equivalent forms of the same number

Lesson 22: Identifying ordinal numbers to sixth

Lesson 23: Addition facts: doubles with sums to 10

Lesson 24: Identifying a rectangle; Identifying the number of sides and angles of a rectangle

Lesson 25-1: Writing addition number sentences;Representing equivalent forms of the same number

Lesson 25-2: Identifying the attributes of pattern blocks

**Cumulative written assessment 4**

Lesson 26: Creating and reading a repeating pattern

Lesson 27: Addition facts: doubles with sums to 18

Lesson 28: Addition facts: doubles with sums to 18

Lesson 29: Identifying lighter and heavier using a balance

Lesson 30-1: Addition facts: doubles with sums to 18

Lesson 30-2: Looking for a pattern to solve a problem

**Cumulative written assessment 5**

Lesson 31: Covering designs with pattern blocks

Lesson 32: Ordering Numbers to 20 and Adding 1 to a number

Lesson 33: Writing number sentences for "some, some went away" stories; Creating subtraction problem situations

Lesson 34: Counting backward from 10 to 1 and Adding 1 to a number

Lesson 35-1: Identifying morning, afternoon, evening, and night

**Fact assessment 1 (doubles with sums of 10)

Lesson 35-2: Estimating and measuring length using nonstandard units

**Cumulative written assessment 6**

Lesson 36: Addition facts: adding 1

Lesson 37: Addition facts: adding 1

Lesson 38: Sorting items and creating a graph

Lesson 39: Weighing objects using nonstandard units

Lesson 40-1: Finding a sum by counting on; Making and reading a bar graph

***Facts assessment 2 (Doubles)

Lesson 40-2: Using logical reasoning to solve a problem

**Cumulative written assessment 7**

Lesson 41: Addition facts: adding 0

Lesson 42: Covering a design in different ways'

Lesson 43: Counting by 10's to 100

Lesson 44: Subtraction facts: subtracting 1

Lesson 45-1: Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 1

**Fact assessment 3: adding 1 and 0; doubles

Lesson 45-2: Identifying identical designs

**Cumulative written assessment 8**

Lesson 46: Counting dimes

Lesson 47: Counting by 2's

Lesson 48: Telling time to the hour

Lesson 49: Subtraction facts: subtracting 0 and subtracting a number from itself

Lesson 50-1: Estimating the capacity of containers, ordering containers by capacity; Identifying a 1-cup liquid measure

**Fact assessment 4: subtracting 1 and adding 1

Lesson 50-2: Drawing a picture to solve a problem

**Cumulative written assessment 9**

Lesson 51: Identifying the even numbers to 20

Lesson 52: Identifying and locating numbers on a hundred number chart

Lesson 53: Counting dimes and pennies

Lesson 54: Creating a design with a line of symmetry and identifying a line of symmetry

Lesson 55-1: **Fact assessment 5: subtracting 0; differences of 0; review facts;

Drawing a line of symmetry; Identifying one half of a whole; writing the fraction one half

Lesson 55-2: Estimating and measuring the capacity of containers using nostandard units; Writing a two-digit number for a set of objects; Comparing and ordering two-digit numbers

**Cumulative written assessment 10**

Lesson 56: Identifying odd and even numbers

Lesson 57: Numbering a clock face; showing time to the hour on a clock

Lesson 58: Adding 2 to an even number

Lesson 59: Adding 2 to an odd number

Lesson 60-1: Covering a design with pattern blocks; sorting, counting, and recording the pattern blocks used to cover a design

**Fact assessment 6: adding1, subtracting1, review facts**

Lesson 60-2: Looking for a pattern to solve a problem

**Cumulative written assessment 11**

Lesson 61: Addition Facts: Adding 2

Lesson 62: Comparing and ordering objects by length; measuring length using nonstandard units

Lesson 63: Writing numbers 0-10 using words

Lesson 64: Identifying Pairs

Lesson 65-1: **Fact Assessment 7**

Graphing pieces used to cover a design; reading a graph

Lesson 65-2: **Cumulative written assessment 12**

Identifying ordinal position to 26th

Lesson 66: Writing money amounts using the cent symbol; paying for items using dimes and pennies

Lesson 67: Dividing a square into halves

Lesson 68: Subtraction facts: subtracting 2

Lesson 69: Subtraction Facts: subtracting 2

Lesson 70-1: **Facts Assessment 8** (adding 2: review facts) Tallying; counting by 5's

Lesson 70-2: **Cumulative written assessment 13** Drawing a picture to solve a problem

Lesson 71: Using a ruler to draw a line segment

Lesson 72: Sorting common objects

Lesson 73: Adding two-digit numbers without regrouping using dimes and pennies

Lesson 74: Adding two-digit numbers without regrouping using dimes and pennies

Lesson 75-1: **Facts assessment 9** Adding two-digit numbers without regrouping using dimes and pennies

Lesson 75-2: **Cumulative written assessment 14**

Estimating and measuring area using nonstandard units

Combining geometric shapes to make new geometric shapes

Lesson 76: Addition facts: Showing doubles plus 1 facts

Lesson 77: Addition facts: identifying doubles plus 1 facts

Lesson 78: Addition facts: doubles plus 1 facts

Lesson 79: Addition facts: doubles plus 1 facts

Lesson 80-1: **Facts assessment 10**

Addition facts: doubles plus 1 facts

Lesson 80-2: **Cumulative written assessment 15**

Guessing and checking to solve a problem; acting it out to solve a problem

Lesson 81: Adding two-digit numbers without regrouping

Lesson 82: Identifying how many more on a graph

Lesson 83: Identifying and making congruent shapes

Lesson 84: Counting large collections; grouping by 10's

Lesson 85-1: **Facts assessment 11**

Using concrete and pictorial models to represent two-digit numbers

Comparing two-digit numbers; identifying the place value of digits in a two-digit number

Lesson 85-2: **Cumulative written assessment 16**

Trading pennies for dimes

Lesson 86: Adding two-digit numbers with regrouping using dimes and pennies

Lesson 87: Telling time to the half hour

Lesson 88: Dividing a shape into fourths; coloring halves and fourths

Lesson 89: Adding 10 to a number

Lesson 90-1: **Facts assessment 12**

Counting by 10's from a single-digit number

Lesson 90-2: **Cumulative written assessment 17**

Lesson 91: Adding 10 to a number

Lesson 92: Comparing and ordering numbers 10 100

Lesson 93: Counting by 100's

Lesson 94: Addition Facts: sums of 10; Identifying a missing addend

Lesson 95-1: **Facts assessment 13**; Addition facts: sums of 10

Lesson 95-2: **Cumulative Written assessment 18**

Estimating and measuring length using nonstandard units

Comparing the size of the unit and the number of units used to measure an object

Lesson 96: Drawing congruent shapes and designs

Lesson 97: Measuring and drawing line segments to the nearest inch

Lesson 98: Counting nickels

Lesson 99: Counting nickels and pennies

Lesson 100-1: **Facts assessment 14**; Ordering events by time

Lesson 100-2: **Cumulative written assessment 19**

Making an organized list to solve a problem

Lesson 101: Subtraction facts: subtracting a number from 10

Lesson 102: Subtraction facts: subtracting a number from 10

Lesson 103: Identifying dozen and half dozen

Lesson 104: Estimating and measuring distance using feet; creating a measuring tool

Lesson 105-1: **Facts assessment 15**; Addition facts: adding 9

Lesson 105-2: **Cumulative written assessment 20**

Identifying one, five, ten, and twenty-dollar bills; writing money amounts using a dollar sign

Lesson 106: Addition facts: adding 9

Lesson 107: Identifying one half, one third, and one sixth

Lesson 108: Using comparison symbols (>, <, and =)

Lesson 109: Dividing a set of objects by sharing

Lesson 110-1: **Facts assessment 16**

Identifying cup, quart, gallon, and liter containers

Estimating and measuring the capacity of a container in cups

Lesson 110-2: **Cumulative written assessment 21**

Acting it out to solve a problem; drawing a picture to solve a problem

Lesson 111: Addition Facts: Four of the last eight facts

Lesson 112: Identifying geometric solids (cones and spheres)

Lesson 113: Using bills to pay for items to $20

Lesson 114: Adding three single-digit numbers

Lesson 115-1: **Facts assessment 17**; Addition facts: the last four facts

Lesson 115-2: **Cumulative written assessment 22***

Rounding a number to the nearest multiple of 10 by estimating

Lesson 116: Counting dimes, nickels, and pennies

Lesson 117: Identifying fractional parts of a whole

Lesson 118: Graphing tags on a bar graph; writing observations about a graph

Lesson 119: Measuring and drawing line segments to the nearest centimeter

Lesson 120-1: **Facts assessment 18**; Identifying geometric solids (cubes and cylinders)

Lesson 120-2: **Cumulative written assessment 23**

Guessing and checking to solve a problem; acting it out to solve a problem

Lesson 121: Subtraction facts: differences of 1

Lesson 122: Identifying a fractional part of a set

Lesson 123: Subtracting 10 from a number

Lesson 124: Identifying and drawing polygons

Lesson 125-1: **Facts assessment 19**; Identifying geometric solids (rectangular prisms)

Lesson 125-2: **Cumulative written assessment 24** Subtraction facts: differences of 2

Lesson 126: Identifying and counting quarters; showing money amounts using coins

Lesson 127: Subtracting two-digit numbers without regrouping

Lesson 128: Identifying cold, cool, warm, and hot temperatures

Reading a thermometer to the nearest 10 degrees

Lesson 129: Subtraction facts: Subtracting half of a double

Lesson 130-1: **Facts assessment 20**; Identifying events as certain, unlikely, or impossible

Lesson 130-2: **Cumulative written assessment 25**

Drawing a picture to solve a problem; using a table to solve a problem

Lesson 131: Identifying and counting hundreds, tens, and ones

Lesson 132: Writing addition and subtraction fact families; subtraction facts: 9-4, 9-5, 9-3, and 9-6

Lesson 133: Representing numbers to 500 using pictures

Lesson 134: Writing addition and subtraction fact families; subtraction facts 7-3, 7-4, 8-3, and 8-5

Lesson 135: **Written cumulative assessment 26**

Estimating and weighing objects using nonstandard units

Exploring standard units of mass

- the calendar
- counting to 100
- odd and even numbers
- reading a graph
- patterns
- counting money
- tally marks
- telling time
- shapes
- adding by 10
- adding with doubles
- ones, tens, hundreds
- adding and subtracting number facts

**Saxon Math Skills Learned in Each Lesson:**Lesson 1: Identifying what Mathematicians do

Lesson 2: Making towers for the numbers 1-10

Lesson 3: Writing the numbers 1,4, and 5

Lesson 4: Making towers for the numbers 1-9; Ordering the numbers 0-9

Lesson 5: Placing an object on a graph; Writing the numbers 2,3, and 7

Lesson 6: Identifying a circle and a square; Identifying the number of sides and angles of a square

Lesson 7: Graphing a picture on a pictograph; Identifying most and fewest on a graph; Identifying left and right

Lesson 8: Writing the numbers 0,6,8, and 9

Lesson 9: Ordering sets from smallest to largest; Identifying most and fewest; Ordering numbers from least to greatest

Lesson 10-1: Matching a number to a set; Collecting and sorting data; Using data to construct a bar-type graph

Lesson 10-2: Identifying the steps in the problem-solving process; Using logical reasoning to solve a problem

** Cumulative written assessment 1**

Lesson 11: Identifying morning and afternoon; Identifying first, last, between, and middle; Identifying first, second, and third

Lesson 12: Acting out "some, some more" and "some, some went away" stories

Lesson 13: Identifying a triangle, and its angles and number of sides; Sorting by one attribute

Lesson 14: Making a shape on a geoboard; Identifying inside and outside

Lesson 15-1: Acting out and drawing pictures for "some, some more" and some, some went away stories

Lesson 15-2: Sorting by one attribute

**Cumulative written assessment 2**

Lesson 16: Counting pennies

Lesson 17: Identifying a number between two numbers

Lesson 18: Dividing a solid in half

Lesson 19: Picturing and combining sets; Graphing a picture on a pictograph

Lesson 20-1: Counting from 0 to 23

Lesson 20-2: Making an organized list to solve a problem

**Cumulative written assessment 3**

Lesson 21: Writing addition number sentences; Representing equivalent forms of the same number

Lesson 22: Identifying ordinal numbers to sixth

Lesson 23: Addition facts: doubles with sums to 10

Lesson 24: Identifying a rectangle; Identifying the number of sides and angles of a rectangle

Lesson 25-1: Writing addition number sentences;Representing equivalent forms of the same number

Lesson 25-2: Identifying the attributes of pattern blocks

**Cumulative written assessment 4**

Lesson 26: Creating and reading a repeating pattern

Lesson 27: Addition facts: doubles with sums to 18

Lesson 28: Addition facts: doubles with sums to 18

Lesson 29: Identifying lighter and heavier using a balance

Lesson 30-1: Addition facts: doubles with sums to 18

Lesson 30-2: Looking for a pattern to solve a problem

**Cumulative written assessment 5**

Lesson 31: Covering designs with pattern blocks

Lesson 32: Ordering Numbers to 20 and Adding 1 to a number

Lesson 33: Writing number sentences for "some, some went away" stories; Creating subtraction problem situations

Lesson 34: Counting backward from 10 to 1 and Adding 1 to a number

Lesson 35-1: Identifying morning, afternoon, evening, and night

**Fact assessment 1 (doubles with sums of 10)

Lesson 35-2: Estimating and measuring length using nonstandard units

**Cumulative written assessment 6**

Lesson 36: Addition facts: adding 1

Lesson 37: Addition facts: adding 1

Lesson 38: Sorting items and creating a graph

Lesson 39: Weighing objects using nonstandard units

Lesson 40-1: Finding a sum by counting on; Making and reading a bar graph

***Facts assessment 2 (Doubles)

Lesson 40-2: Using logical reasoning to solve a problem

**Cumulative written assessment 7**

Lesson 41: Addition facts: adding 0

Lesson 42: Covering a design in different ways'

Lesson 43: Counting by 10's to 100

Lesson 44: Subtraction facts: subtracting 1

Lesson 45-1: Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 1

**Fact assessment 3: adding 1 and 0; doubles

Lesson 45-2: Identifying identical designs

**Cumulative written assessment 8**

Lesson 46: Counting dimes

Lesson 47: Counting by 2's

Lesson 48: Telling time to the hour

Lesson 49: Subtraction facts: subtracting 0 and subtracting a number from itself

Lesson 50-1: Estimating the capacity of containers, ordering containers by capacity; Identifying a 1-cup liquid measure

**Fact assessment 4: subtracting 1 and adding 1

Lesson 50-2: Drawing a picture to solve a problem

**Cumulative written assessment 9**

Lesson 51: Identifying the even numbers to 20

Lesson 52: Identifying and locating numbers on a hundred number chart

Lesson 53: Counting dimes and pennies

Lesson 54: Creating a design with a line of symmetry and identifying a line of symmetry

Lesson 55-1: **Fact assessment 5: subtracting 0; differences of 0; review facts;

Drawing a line of symmetry; Identifying one half of a whole; writing the fraction one half

Lesson 55-2: Estimating and measuring the capacity of containers using nostandard units; Writing a two-digit number for a set of objects; Comparing and ordering two-digit numbers

**Cumulative written assessment 10**

Lesson 56: Identifying odd and even numbers

Lesson 57: Numbering a clock face; showing time to the hour on a clock

Lesson 58: Adding 2 to an even number

Lesson 59: Adding 2 to an odd number

Lesson 60-1: Covering a design with pattern blocks; sorting, counting, and recording the pattern blocks used to cover a design

**Fact assessment 6: adding1, subtracting1, review facts**

Lesson 60-2: Looking for a pattern to solve a problem

**Cumulative written assessment 11**

Lesson 61: Addition Facts: Adding 2

Lesson 62: Comparing and ordering objects by length; measuring length using nonstandard units

Lesson 63: Writing numbers 0-10 using words

Lesson 64: Identifying Pairs

Lesson 65-1: **Fact Assessment 7**

Graphing pieces used to cover a design; reading a graph

Lesson 65-2: **Cumulative written assessment 12**

Identifying ordinal position to 26th

Lesson 66: Writing money amounts using the cent symbol; paying for items using dimes and pennies

Lesson 67: Dividing a square into halves

Lesson 68: Subtraction facts: subtracting 2

Lesson 69: Subtraction Facts: subtracting 2

Lesson 70-1: **Facts Assessment 8** (adding 2: review facts) Tallying; counting by 5's

Lesson 70-2: **Cumulative written assessment 13** Drawing a picture to solve a problem

Lesson 71: Using a ruler to draw a line segment

Lesson 72: Sorting common objects

Lesson 73: Adding two-digit numbers without regrouping using dimes and pennies

Lesson 74: Adding two-digit numbers without regrouping using dimes and pennies

Lesson 75-1: **Facts assessment 9** Adding two-digit numbers without regrouping using dimes and pennies

Lesson 75-2: **Cumulative written assessment 14**

Estimating and measuring area using nonstandard units

Combining geometric shapes to make new geometric shapes

Lesson 76: Addition facts: Showing doubles plus 1 facts

Lesson 77: Addition facts: identifying doubles plus 1 facts

Lesson 78: Addition facts: doubles plus 1 facts

Lesson 79: Addition facts: doubles plus 1 facts

Lesson 80-1: **Facts assessment 10**

Addition facts: doubles plus 1 facts

Lesson 80-2: **Cumulative written assessment 15**

Guessing and checking to solve a problem; acting it out to solve a problem

Lesson 81: Adding two-digit numbers without regrouping

Lesson 82: Identifying how many more on a graph

Lesson 83: Identifying and making congruent shapes

Lesson 84: Counting large collections; grouping by 10's

Lesson 85-1: **Facts assessment 11**

Using concrete and pictorial models to represent two-digit numbers

Comparing two-digit numbers; identifying the place value of digits in a two-digit number

Lesson 85-2: **Cumulative written assessment 16**

Trading pennies for dimes

Lesson 86: Adding two-digit numbers with regrouping using dimes and pennies

Lesson 87: Telling time to the half hour

Lesson 88: Dividing a shape into fourths; coloring halves and fourths

Lesson 89: Adding 10 to a number

Lesson 90-1: **Facts assessment 12**

Counting by 10's from a single-digit number

Lesson 90-2: **Cumulative written assessment 17**

Lesson 91: Adding 10 to a number

Lesson 92: Comparing and ordering numbers 10 100

Lesson 93: Counting by 100's

Lesson 94: Addition Facts: sums of 10; Identifying a missing addend

Lesson 95-1: **Facts assessment 13**; Addition facts: sums of 10

Lesson 95-2: **Cumulative Written assessment 18**

Estimating and measuring length using nonstandard units

Comparing the size of the unit and the number of units used to measure an object

Lesson 96: Drawing congruent shapes and designs

Lesson 97: Measuring and drawing line segments to the nearest inch

Lesson 98: Counting nickels

Lesson 99: Counting nickels and pennies

Lesson 100-1: **Facts assessment 14**; Ordering events by time

Lesson 100-2: **Cumulative written assessment 19**

Making an organized list to solve a problem

Lesson 101: Subtraction facts: subtracting a number from 10

Lesson 102: Subtraction facts: subtracting a number from 10

Lesson 103: Identifying dozen and half dozen

Lesson 104: Estimating and measuring distance using feet; creating a measuring tool

Lesson 105-1: **Facts assessment 15**; Addition facts: adding 9

Lesson 105-2: **Cumulative written assessment 20**

Identifying one, five, ten, and twenty-dollar bills; writing money amounts using a dollar sign

Lesson 106: Addition facts: adding 9

Lesson 107: Identifying one half, one third, and one sixth

Lesson 108: Using comparison symbols (>, <, and =)

Lesson 109: Dividing a set of objects by sharing

Lesson 110-1: **Facts assessment 16**

Identifying cup, quart, gallon, and liter containers

Estimating and measuring the capacity of a container in cups

Lesson 110-2: **Cumulative written assessment 21**

Acting it out to solve a problem; drawing a picture to solve a problem

Lesson 111: Addition Facts: Four of the last eight facts

Lesson 112: Identifying geometric solids (cones and spheres)

Lesson 113: Using bills to pay for items to $20

Lesson 114: Adding three single-digit numbers

Lesson 115-1: **Facts assessment 17**; Addition facts: the last four facts

Lesson 115-2: **Cumulative written assessment 22***

Rounding a number to the nearest multiple of 10 by estimating

Lesson 116: Counting dimes, nickels, and pennies

Lesson 117: Identifying fractional parts of a whole

Lesson 118: Graphing tags on a bar graph; writing observations about a graph

Lesson 119: Measuring and drawing line segments to the nearest centimeter

Lesson 120-1: **Facts assessment 18**; Identifying geometric solids (cubes and cylinders)

Lesson 120-2: **Cumulative written assessment 23**

Guessing and checking to solve a problem; acting it out to solve a problem

Lesson 121: Subtraction facts: differences of 1

Lesson 122: Identifying a fractional part of a set

Lesson 123: Subtracting 10 from a number

Lesson 124: Identifying and drawing polygons

Lesson 125-1: **Facts assessment 19**; Identifying geometric solids (rectangular prisms)

Lesson 125-2: **Cumulative written assessment 24** Subtraction facts: differences of 2

Lesson 126: Identifying and counting quarters; showing money amounts using coins

Lesson 127: Subtracting two-digit numbers without regrouping

Lesson 128: Identifying cold, cool, warm, and hot temperatures

Reading a thermometer to the nearest 10 degrees

Lesson 129: Subtraction facts: Subtracting half of a double

Lesson 130-1: **Facts assessment 20**; Identifying events as certain, unlikely, or impossible

Lesson 130-2: **Cumulative written assessment 25**

Drawing a picture to solve a problem; using a table to solve a problem

Lesson 131: Identifying and counting hundreds, tens, and ones

Lesson 132: Writing addition and subtraction fact families; subtraction facts: 9-4, 9-5, 9-3, and 9-6

Lesson 133: Representing numbers to 500 using pictures

Lesson 134: Writing addition and subtraction fact families; subtraction facts 7-3, 7-4, 8-3, and 8-5

Lesson 135: **Written cumulative assessment 26**

Estimating and weighing objects using nonstandard units

Exploring standard units of mass