# Saxon Math

Saxon 1

#### number concepts to 20

Lesson 1: Identifying Today’s Date

Lesson 2-4: Numbers 1-5, Ordering Number 0-9

Lesson 5: Writing the Number 2, 3, and 7

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

Lesson 11: Writing the Number 10, Identifying Morning and Afternoon, Identifying First, Last, Between, Identifying First, Second, Third

Lesson 12: Writing the Number 11, Acting Out Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 13: Writing the Number 12, Identifying a Triangle, Identifying the Number of Sides and Angles of A Triangle, Sorting by One Attribute

Lesson 14: Writing the Number 13, Making a Shape on the Geoboard, Identifying Inside and Outside

Lesson 15: Writing the Number 14, Acting out and Drawing Pictures for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 16: Writing the Number 15, Counting Pennies

Lesson 17: Writing the Number 16, Identifying the Season – Fall

Lesson 18: Writing the Number 17, Dividing a Solid in Half

Lesson 19: Writing the Number 17, Picturing and Combining Sets, Graphing a Picture on a Pictograph

Lesson 20: Assessment

Lesson 21: Writing the Number 19, Writing Addition Number Sentences

Lesson 22: Writing the Number 20, Identifying Ordinal Position to Sixth

Lesson 32: Writing the Number 29, Ordering Numbers to 20, Adding One to a Number

Lesson 34: Writing the Number 31, Counting Backward from 10-1, Adding One to a Number

*Lessons 35-129: Saxon Math takes students up to the number of 117 that includes writing the number, simple addition/subtraction, measurement, geography, counting money (pennies, by nickels, by dimes), doubles, reading graphs, group counting/skip counting (by 2’s, 5’s, 10’s), adding zero

#### ways to make 10

Lesson 4: Making Towers for the Number 1-9, Ordering the Numbers 0-9

Lesson 107, 109: Writing the Number 97, Identifying One Half, One Third, and One Sixth

Lesson 11: Writing the Number 10, Identifying Morning and Afternoon, Identifying First, Last, Between, Identifying First, Second, Third

Lesson 85: Trading Pennies for Dimes

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

Lesson 11: Writing the Number 10, Identifying Morning and Afternoon, Identifying First, Last, Between, Identifying First, Second, Third

Lesson 12: Writing the Number 11, Acting Out Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 13: Writing the Number 12, Identifying a Triangle, Identifying the Number of Sides and Angles of A Triangle, Sorting by One Attribute

Lesson 14: Writing the Number 13, Making a Shape on the Geoboard, Identifying Inside and Outside

Lesson 15: Writing the Number 14, Acting out and Drawing Pictures for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 16: Writing the Number 15, Counting Pennies

Lesson 17: Writing the Number 16, Identifying the Season – Fall

Lesson 18: Writing the Number 17, Dividing a Solid in Half

Lesson 19: Writing the Number 18, Picturing and Combining Sets, Graphing a Picture on a Pictograph

Lesson 22: Writing the Number 20, Identifying Ordinal Position to Sixth

Lesson 23: Writing the Number 21, Addition Facts – Doubles to 10

Lesson 28: Writing the Number 26, Addition Facts – Doubles to 18

Lesson 29: Writing the Number 27, Addition Facts – Doubles

Lesson 32: Writing the Number 29, Ordering Numbers to 20, Adding One to a Number

Lesson 34: Writing the Number 31, Counting Backward from 10-1, Adding One to a Number

#### repeating patterns with multiple elements and attributes

Lesson 26: Writing the Number 24, Identifying the Attributes of Pattern Blocks

Lesson 28-29: Writing the Number 26-27, Doubles Addition Facts

Lesson 31: Writing the Number 28, Covering Designs with Pattern Blocks

Lesson 38: Writing the Number 25, Sorting Items and Creating a Graph

Lesson 43, 45: Counting by 10’s to 100, Counting Dimes

Lesson 47: Counting by 2’s

Lesson 49: Identifying Even Number to 20

Lesson 52: Counting Dimes and Pennies

Lesson 53: Counting by 10’s and 2’s

Lesson 55: Identifying Odd and Even Numbers

Lesson 57: Adding Two to an Even Number

Lesson 58: Adding Two to an Odd Number

Lesson 59: Writing the Number 54, Covering a Design with Pattern Blocks, Sorting, Counting and Recording the Pattern Blocks Used to Cover a Design

Lesson 62: Subtracting a Number from Itself, Subtracting 0

Lesson 64: Identifying Pairs

Lesson 71: Counting by 5’s

Lesson 84: Counting Large Collections, Grouping by 10’s and 1’s

Lesson 86: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using Dimes and Pennies (With Regrouping)

Lesson 88: Dividing a Square into Fourths, Coloring Halves and Fourths

Lesson 89-92: Adding Ten to a Number

Lesson 104: Identifying a Dozen and Half Dozen

#### change in quantity to 20, concretely and verbally

Lesson 32: Writing the Number 29, Ordering Numbers to 20, Adding One to a Number

Lesson 34:  Writing the Number 31, Counting Backward from 10-1, Adding One to a Number

#### meaning of equality and inequality

Lesson 81: Identifying How Many More

Supplementation Required

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

Lesson 36, 39: Weighing Objects Using Nonstandard Units

Lesson 46: Identifying One-Cup Liquid Measure

Lesson 61: Measuring Length Using Non-Standard Units

Lesson 71: Tallying

Lesson 72: Using a Ruler to Draw a Line Segment

Lesson 97: Measuring to the Nearest inch Using a Ruler

Lesson 106: Measuring Using Feet

Lesson 109: Estimating and Measuring the Capacity of a Container in Cups

Lesson 117: Measuring Line Segments Using Centimetres

#### comparison of 2D shapes and 3D objects

Lesson 6: Identifying a Circle and a Square, Identifying the Number of Sides and Angles of a Square

Lesson 13: Identifying a Triangle

Lesson 14: Making a Shape on a Geoboard

Lesson 83: Making Congruent Shapes

Lesson 102: Identifying Geometric Solids (Cones and Spheres)

Lesson 118: Identifying Geometric Solids (Cylinders and Cubes)

Lesson 123: Drawing Polygons

#### concrete graphs, using one-to-one correspondence

Lesson 7, 19: Graphing a Picture on a Pictograph

Lesson 69: Graphing Pieces Used to Cover a Design

Lesson 113: Graphing Tags on a Bar Graph, Writing Observations about a Graph

#### likelihood of familiar life events, using comparative language

Lesson 17:  Identifying the Season – Fall

Lesson 35: Identifying Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Night

Lesson 65: Identifying the Season – Winter

Lesson 116: Identifying the Season – Spring

Lesson 129: Identifying the Season – Summer

• The student can compare seasons via creating a 4-square graph, verbal explanation, T-chart

Supplementation Required

#### financial literacy — values of coins, and monetary exchanges

Lesson 11: Identifying One Dollar

Lesson 16: Counting Pennies

Lesson 45, 52: Counting Dimes and Pennies

Lesson 66: Writing Money Amounts Using the Cent Symbol, Paying for Items Using Dimes and Pennies

Lesson 85: Trading Pennies for Dimes

Lesson 86: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using Dimes and Pennies (without regrouping)

Lesson 99: Counting Nickels

Lesson 101: Counting Nickels and  Pennies

Lesson 114: Counting Dimes, Nickels and Pennies

## Curricular Competencies

### Reasoning/Analyzing

#### Use reasoning to explore and make connections

Lesson 9: Ordering Sets from Smallest to Largest, Ordering Numbers from Least to Greatest, Identifying Fewest, Most

Lesson 12: Acting Out Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 15: Acting Out and Drawing Pictures for Some, Some more and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 66: Writing Money Amounts Using the Cent Symbol, Paying for Items Using Dimes and Pennies

#### Estimate reasonably

Lesson 48: Telling Time to the Hour

Lesson 87: Telling Time to the Half Hour

Lesson 97: Measuring to the Nearest inch Using a Ruler

Lesson 109: Estimating and Measuring the Capacity of a Container in Cups

#### Develop mental math strategies and abilities to make sense of quantities

Lesson 109: Estimating and Measuring the Capacity of a Container in Cups

#### Use technology to explore mathematics

Supplementation Required

#### Model mathematics in contextualized experiences

Supplementation Required

### Understanding/Solving

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

Lesson 12: Acting Out Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 15: Acting Out and Drawing Pictures for Some, Some more and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 25: Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More Stories

#### Visualize to explore mathematical concepts

Supplementation Required

#### Develop and use multiple strategies to engage in problem solving

Lesson 12: Acting Out Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 15: Acting Out and Drawing Pictures for Some, Some more and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 25: Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More Stories

#### 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

Lesson 25: Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More Stories

Lesson 33: Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some Went Away Stories

### Communicating/Representing

#### Communicate mathematical thinking in many ways

Lesson 12: Acting Out Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 15: Acting Out and Drawing Pictures for Some, Some more and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 25: Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More Stories

#### Use mathematical vocabulary and language to contribute to mathematical discussions

Lesson 12: Acting Out Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 15: Acting Out and Drawing Pictures for Some, Some more and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 25: Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More Stories

#### Explain and justify mathematical ideas and decisions

Supplementation Required

#### Represent mathematical ideas in concrete, pictorial, and symbolic forms

Lesson 12: Acting Out Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 15: Acting Out and Drawing Pictures for Some, Some more and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 25: Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More Stories

### Connecting/Reflecting

#### Reflect on mathematical thinking

Supplementation Required

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

Lesson 17:  Identifying the Season – Fall

Lesson 35: Identifying Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Night

Lesson 54: Writing the Number 49, Following a Recipe, Identifying One Half and One Fourth

Lesson 56: Numbering a Clock Face, Drawing Time to the Hour on a Clock

Lesson 65: Identifying the Season – Winter

Lesson 109: Identifying a Quart, Gallon, Liter, Estimating and Measuring the Capacity of a Container in Cups

Lesson 116: Identifying the Season – Spring

Lesson 129: Identifying the Season – Summer

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

Supplementation Required