Math Lessons for a Living Education Level 1

number concepts to 20

Lesson 1: The Adventure Begins! We Learn Numbers 0-9

Lesson 2: How Many Eggs? Review of Numbers 0-9

Lesson 7: Learning to Count with Bigger Numbers – Place Values

Lesson 8: More Work with Place Values

Lesson 10: Place Value, Patterns of 10s

Lesson 17: Two by Two (Introducing Skip Counting by 2’s)

Lesson 18: Number Families, Addition to 10

Lesson 21: Solving for an Unknown

Lesson 23: Counting by 5’s

ways to make 10

Lesson 10: Place Value, Patterns of 10s

Lesson 18: Number Families, Addition to Ten

Lesson 19: Counting by 10

Lesson 21: Solving for an Unknown

addition and subtraction to 20 (understanding of operation and process)

Lesson 12: Introducing the + and – Symbols

Lesson 14: Writing & Adding Numbers; Introducing the Days of the Week

Lesson 16: More Addition; Introducing Squares

Lesson 21: Solving for an Unknown

Lesson 29: Introduction to Subtraction

Lesson 30: Subtraction -1

repeating patterns with multiple elements and attributes

Lesson 4: Circles and Patterns

Lesson 6: More Numbers, Patterns, Shapes; Introducing Triangles

Lesson 10: Place Value, Patterns of 10s

Lesson 11: Practice with Patterns and Shapes

Lesson 17: Two by Two (Introducing Skip Counting by 2s)

Lesson 22: Tally Marks to Make Groups of 5

Lesson 23: Counting by 5s

change in quantity to 20, concretely and verbally

Lesson 21: Solving for an Unknown

meaning of equality and inequality

Supplementation Required

direct measurement with non-standard units (non-uniform and uniform)

Supplementation Required

comparison of 2D shapes and 3D objects

Lesson 3: A Bed for Pokey: Introducing Rectangles

Lesson 6: More Numbers, Patterns, Shapes; Introducing Triangles

Lesson 11: Practice with Patterns and Shapes

Lesson 16: More Addition; Introducing Squares

Lesson 31: Review of Shapes

3D shapes not covered – Supplementation Required

concrete graphs, using one-to-one correspondence

Supplementation Required

likelihood of familiar life events, using comparative language

Supplementation Required

financial literacy — values of coins, and monetary exchanges

Supplementation Required

Curricular Competencies

Reasoning/Analyzing

Use reasoning to explore and make connections

Lesson 2, page 31

Lesson 5, page 67

Estimate reasonably

Supplementation Required

Develop mental math strategies and abilities to make sense of quantities

Place Value Village – beginning with Lesson 7, page 85

Use technology to explore mathematics

Supplementation Required

Model mathematics in contextualized experiences

Lesson 1, page 19

Lesson 2, page 31

Lesson 3, page 41

Lesson 3, page 53

Lesson 5, page 70

Lesson 6, page 83

Understanding/Solving

Develop, demonstrate, and apply mathematical understanding through play, inquiry, and problem solving

Lesson 2, page 31

Lesson 3, page 41

Lesson 4, page 53

Lesson 6, page 83-88

Visualize to explore mathematical concepts

Lesson 7, page 94

Lesson 9, page 107

Lesson 11, page 123

Develop and use multiple strategies to engage in problem solving

Lesson 11, page 123

Lesson 18: Number Families, Addition to Ten

Lesson 21: Solving for an Unknown

Lesson 22: Tally Marks to Make Groups of 5

Lesson 33, page 303

Lesson 34, page 309

Lesson 35, page 317

Page 344: Right Brain Flashcards

Engage in problem-solving experiences that are connected to place, story, cultural practices, and perspectives relevant to local First Peoples communities, the local community, and other cultures

Supplementation Required

Communicating/Representing

Communicate mathematical thinking in many ways

Lesson 22, page 213

Lesson 31: Review of Shapes

Lesson 33, page 300, 302-304

Lesson 34, page 309

Lesson 35, page 317

Use mathematical vocabulary and language to contribute to mathematical discussions

Lesson 9, page 103

Lesson 17, page 178

Lesson 19, page 194

Lesson 24, page 230

Explain and justify mathematical ideas and decisions

Lesson 9, page 103

Lesson 17, page 178

Lesson 19, page 194

Lesson 24, page 230

Represent mathematical ideas in concrete, pictorial, and symbolic forms

This curriculum incorporates mathematical ideas in concrete, pictorial, and symbolic forms throughout.

Connecting/Reflecting

Reflect on mathematical thinking

Lesson 9, page 103

Lesson 12, page 134

Lesson 18, page 186

Lesson 21, page 206

Connect mathematical concepts to each other and to other areas and personal interests

Lesson 2, page 31

Lesson 3, page 41

Lesson 4, page 53

Lesson 22, page 213

Lesson 35, page 317

Incorporate First Peoples worldviews and perspectives to make connections to mathematical concepts

Supplementation Required