1st Grade Mathematics Skills                                                                                                                                                   

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Last updated 11/11

Measurement Standard

Geometry and Spatial Sense Standard Patterns, Functions and Algebra Standard Data Analysis and Probability Standard

  (A)     Number, Number Sense and Operations Standard

(Based on State of Ohio
Curriculum Standards)

1.      Use ordinal numbers to order objects; e.g., first, second, third.

 

  1. A Math Game sheet  for 1st Grade   4  Star
  2. Teachers Tool box
  3. Math Web page   Listed you will find many methods of teaching math to your students.   4  Star
  4. Give the Dog a Bone - use a hundreds charts to find numbers.         A very good website.  Students will enjoy.   4 star
  5. Find the Number    This is a fun game that students will enjoy trying to find the number against time.
  6. Math lines  Use the game to learn about math addition
  7. Math Dictionary animation for kids  This is an outstanding website allowing you to explore a comprehensive view of math with many examples  4 Star
  8. Talking Calculator  Students will have fun entering number for all areas.
  9. Flash Video on Place values of numbers.   Outstanding presentation of this idea.
  10. Number line  Great tool to use to show numbers lines
  11. Number line worksheet generator
  12. Abacus   A great resource for demonstrating place value, counting, addition and subtraction. You need to click on the signs to add or remove beads.  4 Star
  13. Numbers to 1000  Good for demonstrating place value for 3 digit numbers.  4 Star
  14. Bead Numbers An online abacus involving some problem solving. The free area is a good teaching tool for demonstrating how an abacus with hundreds, tens and ones works.  4 Star
  15. Group the Blocks and Identify  A place value game which can help children to understand how grouping works in numbers with hundreds, tens and units.  4 Star
  16. Sheppard Math  On line and fun site for learning Math Covers a lot of areas  4 Star
  17. Bobby Bear  Use counting strategies to make as many outfits for Bobbie Bear as you can, using different colored shirts and pants.
  18. Turtle Pond    Estimate length and angle measure while guiding a turtle to a pond using computer commands
  19. Math Glossary   Click on this link to illustrate and teach.  This link will present a Visual illustration. 4 Star
  20. Count your chickens  Fun site to learn how to count
  21. Counting the animals. 
  22. Count The Fish   This site will allow students to add or subtract fish.  4 star  
  23. Save the Whale The whale is stuck in the lake, she wants to got to the sea. Click on the number bond that would complete the water pipe. Then place your choice on the end of the water pipe.  
  24. Funky Mummy  Recall number facts up to 10+10. See the Funky Mummy dance when you get it right! Get 10 answers correct without clicking on a wrong sarcophagus and you can write in Egyptian hieroglyphs.
  25. Funky Mummy 2  Recall bonds of 20. See the Funky Mummy dance when you get it right! Get 10 answers correct without clicking on a wrong sarcophagus and you can write in Egyptian hieroglyphs 
  26. Count the Fish Game 2  This is a fun site that will show students how to count.  4 star
  27. Add and Subtract  Magic Tunnel Fun game site to learn how to add and subtract.   4 Star
  28. Guess my Number   This website will present numbers and students must guess what number the computer is thinking of.  3 Star
  29. Hidden Picture - The answer is given and you must select the problem to reveal a hidden picture. Good for a pair of students together.  4 star
  30. Visualize the Number line - Using a number line, this activity shows how to use the line to add problems.  3 Star
  31. Addition Surprise - Use a grid to move numbers to the correct spot.  3 Star
  32. Adding Machine    Here is a new fun website to learn addition facts.  You have three (3) levels.
  33. Kids Port.  Great site to assist in all areas
  34. Ant Parade - count by twos and threes to pick correct number of ants
  35. Connect the dots - count by 2s and 5s
  36. Connect the Dots - count by ones or fives.
  37. Connect the Dots - make a dog by counting by fives.
  38. Counting by Twos - Click on the fish that has the next number.
  39. Counting by Twos - What is the Next Number if Counting Up by Twos?
  40. Counting by Twos - Counting Up by Twos
  41. Practice sequences at FreeMathTest - counting by 2's, counting by 5's, counting by 10's
  42. Jungle Counting - A lion, with a southern accent, asks students to count items in the picture. 1-10
  43. Super Sequencer - Input the starting number of a sequence, the increment (amount of change), and then select the speed with which the next numbers will be displayed. an your students predict the nect nunber?
  44. Video on counting using concrete and abstract examples        
  45. Counting Backwards    This is a smart board lesson allowing the students to count backwards by 1.  SB
  46. Base Ten   This smart Board lesson will allow your students to better learn base ten.   Created by: Alesha Kordic.
  47. Video to accompany Base Ten Smart Board Lesson

Count with Lecky

Count with Lecky

A counting and numeral recognition set of activities. Develop your mouse control and counting skills as you help Lecky collect objects to match numbers in the 1 to 5 or 6 to 10 range.

 

Fish Tank

Fish Tank

The fish tank is a number matching activity for up to ten objects. It develops mouse skills by requiring children to catch fish by clicking on the moving fish. Children have to decide when they have caught the right amount

Number Labelling

Number Labeling

Drag and drop the names of the numbers on to the picture. The name box will turn green if correctly placed.

 

 

Double Function Machine

Two operation function machine with options to hide or reveal numbers and set all operations and numbers.
 

 

        Math Facilitator Lessons   

 

 

2.   Recognize and generate equivalent forms for the same number using physical models, words and number expressions; e.g., concept of ten is described by “10 blocks,” full tens frame, numeral 10, 5 + 5, 15 - 5, one less than 11, my brother’s age.

 

Concrete and abstract forms of learning how to count and place values.  Very good websites  
  1. Number Line using a Mummy  Very good  Manipulative
  2. Addition & Subtraction   Truly an outstanding website.  You will want to use this over and over again! 
  3. Addition  Addition and Subtraction Learning
  4. Addition   Alien Addition space game used here to help in learning addition.  4 Star
  5. Eggs on Legs Addition   Crack the egg to see if you have the answer.
  6. Addition  Jet ski addition game  4 Star
  7. Addition   Two diget
  8. Calculation Balance  Great website to connect numbers to words. (Many different grade levels)
  9. Bottle Take away.  Break bottles to take away numbers.
  10. Number Line - Manipulative
  11. Base Ten  - Manipulative
  12. Numbers using 100's 10's and 1's  - Manipulative
  13. Counter - Manipulative
  14. Ghost Blaster This game focuses on finding multiples of 10.
  15.  Ghost Blaster 2    This games lets you choose to practice sums of the number you set
  16. Tally website very good example
  17. Base Ten     This is a smart board Example that  4 Star   illustrates the use of Base Ten  SB
  18. Base 10 - build blocks to create numbers with tens and ones. 4 Star
  19. Base 10 Blocks - Exploring whole decimal numbers with blocks
  20. 3-D Boxes  Calculate how many cubes you need to make the different 3D shapes shown with this Flash activity
  21. Paintbrush Math - each color is a different answer, solve the addition problems to paint the picture.  Fun Site 3 Star
  22. Illustrate Place Values - Create your numbers using the ones and tens place.
  23. Trading Game - Students explore regrouping using place value blocks.
  24. Counting by Fives -Count up by 5s .  What is the Next Number if Counting Up by Fives?
  25. Counting by Tens - Count up by 10s.  What is the Next Number if Counting Up by Tens?
  26. Fairy Fog - Count by 2,5,10,and 100s.
  27. Bunny Count - count items and match them up with equal amounts and their numeric value.
  28. Chutes and Ladders   Basic game like Chutes and Ladders. Its called Snakes and Ladders. Can be played with one or two people. Good for remedial addition skills.
  29. Mucky Monsters   An activity for Reception children, identifying more and less.
  30. Wabbet Words  Read the sentence and then find a carrot with the appropriate number, e.g. 'Less then 26' choose any carrot that is less than 26.  If it asks for less than 0, or if there are no appropriate numbers then press the arrow to choose another number. The mouse pointer has been replaced by the rabbit.
  31. Brilliant Beadstring  Teaching tool only:
    Choose one or two beadstrings. Practice bonds of 10 or 20, number facts to 10 or 20.  Year 2 classes could practice '5 and a bit' facts. Drag the screen shade over to the left beano New hide a number. 
  32. Save Cracker Learn and practice single digit addition facts by turning the tumblers on a safe. If you get four correct you can enter the safe and play a game. 
  33. Flight 4 fuel  Collect fuel by flying into it. SHOOT THE FUEL THAT YOU DON'T WANT!  The faster you shoot the fuel that you don't want, the faster you see new fuel! 
  34. + 5 Fuel Stop Add 5 units of fuel to each ship that lands at your refueling base. Year 1 children can do this by counting on. Year 2 children can do this by breaking 5 into it's bonds e.g. 17+5= 17+3+2.  
  35. Hit the Ogre  Add together numbers like 6, 7, 8 and 9 by using facts that we know, such as 6=5+1. So to make addition more efficient we can think of these numbers as '5 and a bit'. First adding the 5, then the 'bit'. In this activity the player will need to partition two such numbers before they add them together  4 Star
  36. Special Space Jump adding single digit numbers by bridging through 10.   With many thanks to Karen Gray, who suggested this activity.  Will only bridge through 10 and no other multiples of 10. Intended as a starting point for teachers. First keypad will not allow the players to jump straight to the answer.  
  37. Stores and word problems on this site.  I read each story and you will find that you may read these to your students or have them read themselves.  You will find the stories not only entertaining but hopefully the students will learn from them.
  38. Addition    Smart Board Lessons with many games   SB
  39. Apple Math   Using Smart Board Software students will learn how to count, sort, and use Patterns using this lessons   Created by Dan Hoffman  SB

 

3.  Read and write the numerals for numbers to 100.

 

  1. Smart Board Lesson by:  Angie Bechstine  SB
  2. Find the sum    Fun way to add numbers to find the sum.  If you find the correct answer a photo will develop.
  3. Counting to 100 - Count objects to 100
  4. Worksheet Generator - Print your own one hundred chart. A one hundred chart can be used to teach counting or skip counting.
  5. Broken number grid needs to get repaired.  Find missing number

4.   Count forward to 100, count backwards from 100, and count or backward starting at any number between 1 and 100.

 

  1. The less than Lake maze   A fun maze to jump around on. 4 Star
  2. The 'More than' Marsh Maze   A fun maze to jump around on 4 Star
  3. Counting to 100 - Count objects to 100
  4. Counting Down -What is the next number if counting down?
  5. Space Hopscotch - Count forward from 6 to 24 by 2's and then count backard from 24 to 6 by 1's. [for advanced students]
  6. Ten in the Bed - (counting from ten down to one) - this story will read itself to you. After students are familiar with the story, you can use a version that asks your students to do the reading.

     

 

5.   Use place value concepts to represent whole numbers using numerals, words, expanded notation and physical models with ones and tens. For example:

a.      Develop a system to group and count by twos, fives and tens.

b.      Identify patterns and groupings in a 100’s chart and relate to place value concepts.

c.       Recognize the first digit of a two-digit number as the most important to indicate size of a number and the nearness to 10 or 100.

 

  1. Bridging Shuttle An activity for demonstrating the technique of 'bridging'.  
  2. Counting - students complete the next numbers in a sequence; starting at 1 - 5, starting at 10 - 50, starting at 50 - 100
  3. Counting Down -What is the Next Number if Counting Down?
  4. The 'Less than' Lake Maze - Help Monster cross the lake by jumping from one stepping stone to the next. The next number on a stone must be smaller than the one before. 
  5.  Smart Board Lesson by:  Angie Bechstine  SB
  6. The 'More than' Marsh Maze - Help Monster cross the marsh by jumping from one island to the next. The next number on an island must be more than the one before. 
  7. Space Hopscotch - Count forward from 6 to 24 by 2's and then count backward from 24 to 6 by 1's.
  8. Super Sequencer - (forward only) Input the starting number of a sequence, the increment (amount of change), and then select the speed with which the next numbers will be displayed. an your students predict the next number?
  9. Counting two digit numbers  This site will allow the students to add two digits using a train and animation as a means to learn

 

6.      Identify and state the value of a penny, nickel, dime, quarter and dollar.

 

You will discover a website with videos - worksheets- smart board to help you teach your students about coins.

  1. Time and Money - Web Page Many Examples
  2. Counting Coins Money - Manipulative
  3. Smart Board lesson  Counting Money by Becky Sivula  SB
  4. Smart Board Lesson-2 Counting Money  SB
  5. Counting Money  -  Different levels of counting money.
  6. Counting Change - a match game, counting coins to find amount of change and matching it with a numerical value.  Very good site
  7. Snack Machine  Using smart board determine values and amounts of candy and the change you will receive.  SB
  8. Cash Out - You're the cashier at this crazy store. You need to give change to the customers buying things. Try to sell as many items as possible before the time runs out.
  9. Coins for Candy - Students identify, know the value of, and compare the values of a penny, nickel, and dime. (Author - Sandi King)
  10. Counting Coins - Add up coins
  11. Count the Coins -  Outstanding examples of counting coins Interactive.
  12. Discovering Coin Values - a target amount is given and students drag coins to the slide to equal that amount [values over 50¢ used]  4 Star Fun one
  13. Grandpa's Game -Students count money. (Author - Sandi King) [50¢ and $1 coins are used at the end of this game]
  14.  
  15. Counting with money   You will find a very useful Smart Board lesson allowing the students to learn how to use money.  Created by:  Stephanie Mahoney  SB

7.   Determine the value of a small collection of coins (with a total value up to one dollar) using 1 or 2 different type coins, including pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.  

  1. Smart Board Lesson Created by:  Angie Bechstine  SB
  2. Let's Count Money (introduction and instructions) followed by a quiz - coin value problems occasionally display amounts greater than 50¢. This site uses both sides of the coins!
  3. Match the coins to the amount - a printable from Enchanted Learning (another version of this activity) (a third worksheet on this topic)
  4. Money Flashcards - Coins and bills, or just coins, are displayed and students determine the value. Best used as a whole class review; this is not a game with an end. Occasionally values greater than 50¢ are displayed.
  5.  U. S. Coins (printables from Enchanted Learning) - Scroll a bit more than halfway down this page until you see Adding and Subtracting Coins (Printouts). Look below that to see about six dozen printables of various difficulty.
  6. Which Coin? - Students select the coin that completes the total needed.

 

8.   Show different combinations of coins that have the same value.

  1. Match the coins to the amount - a printable from Enchanted Learning (another version of this activity) (a third worksheet on this topic)
  2. Money Flashcards - Coins and bills, or just coins, are displayed and students determine the value. Best used as a whole class review; this is not a game with an end. Occasionally values greater than 50¢ are displayed.
  3. U. S. Coins (printables from Enchanted Learning) - Scroll a bit more than

 

9.   Represent commonly used fractions using words and physical models for halves, thirds and fourths, recognizing fractions are represented by equal size parts of a whole and of a set of objects.

  1. Fraction Machine   You may use this machine to design and create your own fractions.   Easy to use and illustrate Fractions and decimal equivalent.
  2. Fabulous Fractions -Students learn the concept of equal parts as related to fractions. (Author - Karen Chandler)
  3. Fraction Match - find the fraction that matches with the correct graph
  4. Fractions II - fourths
  5. Fraction Review - beginning fractions
  6. Identify With Circles - fraction practice where student types in numerator and denominator
  7. Fire-Fighters on Fractions.  Super Power Point on learning fractions.  This is a must for learning fractions.

 

10.  Model, represent and explain addition as combining sets (part + part = whole) and counting on. For example:
a.
     
Model and explain addition using physical materials in contextual situations.
b.
     
Draw pictures to model addition.
c.
      
Write number sentences to represent addition.
d.
     
 Explain that adding two whole numbers yields a larger whole number. 

  1. Base 10 - build blocks to create numbers with tens and ones.
  2. Base 10 Blocks - Exploring whole decimal numbers with blocks
  3. Illustrate Place Values - Create your numbers using the ones and tens place.

 

11.  Model, represent and explain subtraction as take-away and comparison.
      For example:

a.
       Model and explain subtraction using physical materials in contextual situations.
b.
       Draw pictures to model subtraction.
c.
       Write number sentences to represent subtraction.
d.
      
Explain that subtraction of whole numbers yields an answer smaller than the original number. 

  1. Wicked Math    This site will allow you to master many different areas of math using animation.
  2. Flash cards for math   Easy to challenging.

12.    Use conventional symbols to represent the operations of addition and subtraction.

 

  1. Great Equations - Drag the correct numbers to complete given equations . Students select from three or four numbers to complete number sentences.
  2. Walrus World - Students learn strategies for solving real world problems. (Author - Randy Russell)
  3. Basic addition-1 facts in adding numbers.  Very cute very simple
  4. Basic Addition-2  This is the second step in learning addition.
  5. Basic Addition - 3   Fun Memory Game
  6. Basic Addition - 4   Mystery Picture Game
  7. Basic Addition - 5 Mystery Picture
  8. Basic Addition - 6  Adding 2 digit numbers step by step with out regrouping
  9. Basic Addition - 7  Adding 2 digit numbers step by step with out regrouping

Printable Work sheets
Ways To Make 10
Adding Same Numbers
Adding Numbers 1 to 9
Problem Solving 1
Problem Solving 2
Problem Solving 3
Addition & Subtraction
Example:34 + 48
Addition & Subtraction of Three 2-Digit Numbers
Example:12 + 13 -11

13.   Model and represent multiplication as repeated addition and rectangular arrays in contextual situations; e.g., four people will be at my party and if I want to give 3 balloons to each person, how many balloons will I need to buy?

 

  1. My Backpack - Students add columns and find missing addends using data generated from a chart. (Author - Sandi King)

 

14.   Model and represent division as sharing equally in contextual situations; e.g., sharing cookies.

 

 

15.  Demonstrate that equal means “the same as” using visual representations.

 

 

16.    Develop strategies for basic addition facts, such as: 
            
a.
   counting all;
             b.
    counting on;
            
c.
    one more, two more;
             d.
    doubles;
             e.
   
doubles plus or minus one;
             f.
     make ten;
             g.
    using tens frames;
             h.
    identity property (adding zero).

 

  1. Chutes and Ladders  Basic game like Chutes and Ladders. Its called Snakes and Ladders. Can be played with one or two people. Good for remedial addition skills  Fun game maybe played with one or more students. 

17   Develop strategies for basic subtraction facts, such as:

a.
     relating to addition (for example,  
     think of 7 - 3 = ? as “3 plus ? equals
     7”);
b.
    one less, two less;
c.
    all but one (for example, 8 - 7, 5 - 4);
d.
   
using tens frames;
e.
    missing addends.

 

  1. Combomatic (Addition and Subtraction)   This interactive website teaches how to add and subtract more complicated numbers by first having the student do a simple problem and then giving them four variations of the problem within the same number families.

(B)   Measurement Standard

  1. Recognize and explain the need for fixed units and tools for measuring length and weight; e.g., rulers and balance scales.

 

  1. Teaching Measures – Choose from three modules; length, mass, and capacity. Each category offers several activities for your large screen display as well as supporting worksheets.
  2. Measurement   Interactive  website to measure inches.
  3. Checking your 5 senses challenged    This site will allow you the teacher to show them why students should measure and not allow for their own senses to always make the correct decision.  4 Star
  4. Flash Video on Estimation of Measurements. 4 Star

Measure with your students  4 Star

  1. Measure with Paper Clips    Have your students learn how to measure using paper clips.    
  2. Measure with Inches  
  3. Measure with Pounds
  4. Which tool to measure with

 

 

 

2.    Tell time to the hour and half hour on digital and analog (dial) timepieces.

 

Some great sites discovered by: Mrs. Ketterick from Saint Francis de Sales

This is a link to a website designed to provided lessons in elapsed time using Videos, corresponding worksheets and Smart board

  1. Interactive Clock  Outstanding
  2. Teaching Time Outstanding site.  4 star
  3. Telling Time     Outstanding site4 star
  4. Bang on Time   Outstanding Site  4 star
  5. Stop the Clock  15 minute intervals
  6. Stop the Clock    5 minute intervals
  7. Stop the Clock    1 minute intervals
  8. Hickory Dickory Clock  Find the right time for the mouse and the cheese
  9. Telling time Practice  Move the hands to tell the time.
  10. Clock Works -   Three different level of learning.
  11. TRAIN TIME -  Word and visual problem solving with time.
  12. The Difference between two times.    -   This link will is a gain both a word and a visual problem. 4 star
  13. Time around the U.S,  This website will show you the different times across the United States in one glance.
  14. Time worksheet generator 
     
  15. Rock around the ClockMusic Video 
  16. What is AM and What is PM - Music Video
  17. Telling time game  Using smart board students will learn how to tell time.  by Dan Hoffman SB
  18. Telling Time game Using smart board and Cryptic clock Smart board by Dan Hoffman  SB
  19. Telling Time   This website will allow the student to view the correct time and then adjust it depending on what you want to view.   4 Star
  20. Telling Time   Smart Board Lesson  SB
  21. Analog Clock – (whole class activity) You call out a time and ask a student to set the clock.
  22. Clock Craft - Make a simple paper clock that you can use to practice telling time (from Enchanted Learning)
  23. Clock Program – Start with either an analog or a digital clock, then set the other clock to the time given on the first clock.
  24. Draw Hands - free worksheets from Math Slice, time intervals from 1 hour to one minute
  25. Identifying Time to the Hour -
  26. Tell Time - free worksheets from Math Slice, time intervals from 1 hour to one minutes 
  27. Telling Time to the Half Hour - Click on the Start arrow to go to the game. Look at the analog clock to determine the time, then select the digital clock that matches. This game consists of ten questions.
  28. Telling Time - Players must drag the digital displays to the matching analogue clock (telling time to the half-hour). All against the clock of course! Other times : (fifteen minute increments) (five minute increments) (one minute increments) - For whole class instruction there is a clock available (digital or analog) which can be advanced by increments)
  29. Telling Time Practice - Drag the hands of the clock to show the correct time. (some of these may be a bit hard)
  30. Time To Go - Students tell time to the half hour. (Author - Randy Russell)
  31. Time Quiz - Practice half hour skills
  32. Worksheet Generator - You decide on the variables; students tell the time or draw the hands on the clock face, time increments from half-hour to one minute, and answer sheet.
  33. Jeopardy.  This game will allow you to review in many different areas
  34. Tell Time Kids have to tell the time on a regular clock via a selection of digital time..
  35. Time - Analog and Digital Clocks – Virtual Manipulative Interactively set the time on a digital and analog clocks.

Work sheets for telling time

Hours
Examples
Exercise 1 a
Exercise 1 b
Exercise 2 a
Half Hours
Examples
Exercise 1 a
Exercise 1 b
Exercise 2 a

3.   Order a sequence of events with respect to time; e.g., summer, fall, winter and spring; morning, afternoon and night.

 

 

4.  Estimate and measure weight using non-standard units; e.g., blocks of uniform size.

 

  1. Measuring     Length Mass and Capacity.  Animation
5.  Estimate and measure lengths using non-standard and standard units; i.e., centimeters, inches and feet.
  1. Centimeters - To Nearest Whole Number (from FunBrain)
  2. Centimeters - To Half Centimeter (from FunBrain)
  3. Inches - To Nearest Whole Number (from FunBrain)
  4. Inches - To Quarter Inch (from FunBrain)
  5. Measure it - practice using a ruler - inches and centimeters
  6. Teaching Measures – Choose from three modules; length, mass, and capacity. Each category offers several activities for your large screen display as well as supporting worksheets.
  7. The Ruler Game - Learn To Read A Ruler (inches only - increments from inches to sixteenths)
  8. Worksheet Generator - (inches only) Print your own worksheets to let your students practice reading a ruler.

 

(C)  Geometry and Spatial Sense Standard

1. Identify, compare and sort two-dimensional shapes; i.e., square, circle, ellipse, triangle, rectangle, rhombus, trapezoid, parallelogram, pentagon and hexagon. For example:
 

a.  Recognize and identify triangles and rhombuses independent of position, shape or size;

b.  Describe two-dimensional
     shapes using attributes such as
     number of sides and number
     of vertices (corners or angles).

 

  1. Shape Game   What can you make? This website will allow students to move shapes around and create using their imagination.  4 Star
  2. Mr. Mumble - Students take a look at how to describe two-dimensional shapes. (Author - Julie Thompson)
  3. Nash adventure.   Nash needs to climb a wall what shape must he use?
  4. Puzzle  Great way to relax within the geometry unit. All these puzzles are very addicting to students, parents, and teachers.
  5. Find the shapes  In this game you will free the princes if you follow the directions for shapes
  6. Finding shapes on earth   Travel to the planet.
  7. TEACHERS TOOL BOX  - SHAPES

     

     

 

  2.  Create new shapes by combining or cutting apart existing shapes.

 

  1. Geo Cleo - Students take a look at how to describe three-dimensional shapes. (Author - Julie Thompson)
  2. Flash Video   Geometric shapes with Tangrams  4 Star

 

  3.  Identify the shapes of the faces of three-dimensional objects.

 

  1. Geometry (Grades Pre-K - 2)

 

  4.  Extend the use of location words to include distance (near, far, close to) and directional words (left, right).

 

 
5. Copy figures and draw simple two-dimensional shapes from memory.
  1. Geometry tool box.   This tool box will allow you to explore using a compass and ruler.   It has many outstanding qualities that may be used for teaching students.  If you have an LCD projector this website is for you.

(D)  Patterns, Functions and Algebra Standard

1.  1  Sort, classify and order objects by two or more attributes, such as color and shape, and explain how objects were sorted.

 

  1. Patterns    This is a flash video on understand patterns with objects and numbers.  4 Star

 

  1. Colour Sequence

    Color Sequence Coloring and matching activity. Useful for developing the language of color and pattern as well as visual discrimination skills.

    Colour Train

    Color Train

    Match the colors of the train as it passes by.

     

    Butterfly Gallery using animation and your imagination you may make a butterfly.  A must see link! 4 Star 

     

    This is one outstanding website  it encourages imagination and creative thinking.  It will take awhile to load up but well worth the wait.  4 Stars

     

    Butterfly

    Butterfly

    Color and pattern matching activity using the spots on a butterfly

     

    String of beads

    String of beads

    Use the string of beads to copy color sequence patterns.
     

    Compare and Order

    Compare and Order

    Comparison activities - developing the language of comparison using such terms as biggest, smallest, longest, etc.
    Odd One OutOdd One Out
    F
    ind the odd one out from the very sweet honey bears, it's more difficult than you think!

     

    Which spaceman is different is a fun way to determine which is different.

     

     

     

     

    Circle the cat.  The objective is to trap the cat so it cannot escape. To trap the cat, you need to encircle it with green dots. It's really quite addictive and lots of fun as well. The only tip I can give you is to pay attention to the green dots that are already in place when the game starts and try to utilize those as much as possible.

     

    The Big Zing.  This is a fun website allowing students to participate in many different activities

     

     

  2. Who's Missing find the next pattern 4 star
  3. Smart Board Lesson on Patters 4 star
  4. Sound PatternsFun site
  5. Cyper Pattern player - great site 4 star
  6. Pattern Video  You will view an outstanding video on patterns.  It not only explains but will allow the student to answer questions.  4 Start
  7. Patterns  This is a Smart Board lesson Created by:  Ana Rodrizuez
  8. Video to accompany Partterns Smart Board Lesson
  9. Patterns  This website will allow the student to view and learn about patterns.  You will also have the opportunity to solve a pattern.  4 star
  10. Pattern making - What comes next? 4 star
  11. Tick Tac Toe   A game to be played against the computer 3 star
  12. Decoder Badge Badge - Dial    (Christmas Story) We have provided a  version of the printable 1936 decoder badge LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE. This  version is for those who want to start decoding quickly. Just cut out the number disc, pin it to the front of the badge and away you go.  I have provided the two parts.  Great way to have you're kids learn patterns.
  13. Oochina the Archeologist - identify patterns to solve a puzzle 4 star  but Difficult
  14. To help Oochina fix the space station   you must remember a sequence of colors.   4 star  but Difficult
  15. Fun Pattern game.  Very basic matching game. Find the odd item. Works best when you can sit by student and ask the difference in the attributes of each item.
  16. Virtual Goose - You must match the egg the goose is sitting to one of the other four eggs. Caution, the eggs will have been turned.
  17. What's My Class?  In this game, students put the animals in the right bag. Animals are sorted by the group they belong to. Students can do this independently.
  18. Connect the dots.  Connect the dots puzzles by various skip counting amounts. Allows them to use numbers in reverse order.
  19. One False Move - Number grid where kids earn points for a haunted house. They put numbers in order from a random grid.
  20. Bar Graph  Enter data to create a bar graph, then manipulate the graph's maximum and minimum values.
  21. Bar Graph shapes    Sort colored shapes into a bar graph.
  22. E-manipulatives - money, counters, number line, pattern cubes and more.
  23. Math LingoFor each term or definition, click on the matching piece on the game board. This site gives the user audio directions.
     
  24. Lady Bug Manipulative   Create a program using the website to move the lady but in certain directions to find the Leaf.  This is a one of a kind program please try it and see how it works.  You're students will enjoy it.
  25. Colors and Shapes Play with Colors and Shapes with Ellie the Elephant.  Very good site   Fun
  26. Arthur and the Alien  Assembly required to put the alien together.   Should be interesting.  Must use your imagination.
  27. Pumpkin Match  Students will use smart board to match pumpkin heads.   Simple but affective.   SB  Created by Sandra Grande
  28. Circle the differences    Students will circle the difference in each slide.  Created by Dan Hoffman SB

2. Extend sequences of sounds, shapes or simple number patterns, and create and record similar patterns. For example:

       a.    Analyze and describe patterns with multiple attributes using numbers and shapes; e.g., AA, B, aa, b, AA, B, aa, b,…

       b.    Continue repeating and growing patterns with materials, pictures and geometric items; e.g., XO, XOO, XOOO, XOOOO.

 

  1. Smart Board Assignment  Created by:  Becky Sivula SB
  2. Pattern Blocks: Hands-on manipulative to learn the basic concepts of fractions, addition and subtraction of fractions, and more...
  3. Brenda's Bedroom Border - Students complete a pattern. (Author - Paulette Boggs)
  4. Missing Numbers - Students find the missing numbers in a sequence. (Author - Carol Senn)
  5. Crazy Pattern Machine  This game involves choosing the missing element in a pattern. Students can complete this game independently

     

 

  3.  Describe orally the basic unit or general plan of a repeating or growing pattern.

 

  1. Kids Have Pets - Students learn about the parts of a bar graph and how to collect information. (Author - Sandi King)
  2. Kinds Of Graphs - Students learn about various types of graphs. (Author - Sandi King)

 

   4.           Solve open sentences by representing an expression in more than one way using the commutative property; e.g., 4 + 5 = 5 + 4 or the number of blue balls plus red balls is the same as the number of red balls plus blue balls      (R + B = B + R).

 

  1.  Jeopardy.  This game will allow you to review in many different areas

5.       Describe orally and model a problem situation using words, objects or number phrase or sentence.

 

  1. One Little Ball Story Book  Students read the story and add to get the answers

(E)  Data Analysis and Probability Standard

  1.  Identify multiple categories for sorting data.

 

  1. Grapher - interactive column graph maker, students can change values and labels
  2. Kids Have Pets - Students learn about the parts of a bar graph and how to collect information. (Author - Sandi King)

 

  2.  Collect and organize data into charts using tally marks.

 

  1. I Am Special - Picture graphs are used in real world situations as students organize information, record data, and use mathematical language to read and interpret the graphs. (Author - Sandi King)

 

  3.  Display data in picture graphs with units of 1 and bar graphs with intervals of 1.

 

  1. Kinds Of Graphs - Students learn about various types of graphs. (Author - Sandi King)
  2. Caps for Sale video   This video will tell a story and use simple graphs to explain it. * by Ric Cattell

 

  4.  Read and interpret charts, picture graphs and bar graphs as sources of information to identify main ideas, draw conclusions, and make predictions.

 

  1. Kinds Of Graphs - Students learn about various types of graphs. (Author - Sandi King)
  2. Data analysis and Graphs   You will find an outstanding and an exceptional lesson using Smart Board technology.   SB  Created by Kim Taylor
  3. Smart Board Lesson  Created by: Barb Tarka  SB

 

  1. Introduction to Coordinate Graphing

    Introduce elementary students to coordinate graphing through seasonal coloring activities.   The fall Jack-O-Lantern activity requires students to use the grid code and crayons or markers to create a jack-o-lantern on a blank 9x9 grid.   The use of letters on the horizontal axis and numbers on the vertical axis introduces young students to coordinate pairs without the confusion of the standard (h,v) format.   Notice that it is important that elementary students become accustomed to listing the horizontal coordinate first as this will transfer to the Cartesian coordinates they will use in later grades.

     

 

5. Construct a question that can be answered by using information from a graph.

 

  1. What Should I Wear? - Students use models to determine possible outcomes. (Author - Michaél Dunnivant)
  2. Is It PE Time? - Students use a chart (table) to solve problems. (Author - Sandi King)
  3. All The Parts - Students learn the parts of a graph. (Author - Sandi King)
  4. Construct a Bar Graph - Enter the data and create your own bar graph.
  5. Grapher - interactive column graph maker, students can change values and labels
  6. How It All Stacks Up - Students interpret and compare information using a bar graph. (Author - Sandi King)
  7. Kids Have Pets - Students learn about the parts of a bar graph and how to collect information. (Author - Sandi King)
  8. Kinds Of Graphs - Students learn about various types of graphs. (Author - Sandi King)

 

  6.  Arrange five objects by an attribute, such as size or weight, and identify the ordinal position of each object.

 

  1. Identify Shapes - two- and three-dimensional geometric figures are used
  2. Solid Pattern Pieces - Students name the different faces of solid figures to make objects using a pattern. (Author - Paulette Boggs)
  3. What comes next? - find the next shape in the pattern
  4. Send in the Trolls game  This online interactive game has the student arrange a group of trolls from shortest to tallest and then identify the middle troll. Each round of the game adds more trolls.
  5. Height game  In this online game, the player has to sort the height of the players on the field.
  6. Pie Chart Manipulative Explore percentages and fractions using pie charts

 

  7.  Answer questions about the number of objects represented in a picture graph, bar graph or table graph; e.g., category with most, how many more in a category compared to another, how many altogether in two categories.

 

  1. How It All Stacks Up - Students interpret and compare information using a bar graph. (Author - Sandi King)
  2. Kids Have Pets - Students learn about the parts of a bar graph and how to collect information. (Author - Sandi King)
  3. Kinds Of Graphs - Students learn about various types of graphs. (Author - Sandi King)

 

  8.  Describe the likelihood of simple events as possible/impossible and more likely/less likely; e.g., when using spinners or number cubes in classroom activities.

 

  1. Spinners – Manipulative Work with spinners to learn about numbers and probabilities.