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# 4th

Paci
ng

15
days

Big Ideas
Essential
Questions and
Objectives
I can break a big
shape into equal
parts that have
special names.
(1.G.3)
How can you break
a shape into equal
parts?
What happens to
the parts when you
break up a shape?

Paci
ng

10
days

Big Ideas
Essential
Questions and
Objectives
You can change the
order of the
numbers when you
will get the same
numbers in any
order?
more than two
numbers, you can
group them in any
order. (1.OA.6)
more than two

Nine

Weeks

Standards

Unit Inclusion

## 1. G.3- Partition circles

and rectangles into two
and four equal shares,
describe the shares using
the words halves, fourths,
and quarters; and use the
phrases half-of, fourth-of,
and quarter-of. Describe
the whole as two-of, of
four of the shares.
Understand for these
examples that
decomposing into more
equal shares creates
smaller shares.

## Students will be identifying shape by names

The students are also going to be able to
name the sides and the vertices. Students
will be able to divide the shapes in to pieces
and identify the value of that piece to the
entire shape with 80% accuracy. This will help
with the start of fractions later on in higher

Standards

Unit Inclusion

## 1.OA.3- Apply properties

of operations a strategies
1. OA.2- Solve word
problems that call for
numbers whose sum is
less than or equal to 20.
within 20 demonstrating
subtraction with in t10.
Use strategies such as
counting on; making ten;
decomposing a number
leading to a ten; using the
relationship between

digits?
Equal signs mean
that the problem is
the same on both
sides. (1.OA.7)
What does an
equal sign mean?

and creating equivalent
but easier to known sums.
1. OA.7_ Understand the
meaning of equal sign,
and determine if
equations involving
are true or false.
1. OA.8- Determine the
unknown whole number in
equation relating to three
whole numbers.

Paci
ng

10
days

Big Ideas
Essential
Questions and
Objectives
I can use different
ways to put
numbers together
to make a bigger
number. (1.NBT.4)
numbers with more
than one digit?
Subtraction is when
you take a number
away from another
number. (1.NBT.6)
How do you
subtract?

Standards

## 1.NBT.4- Add with in 100,

a two digit number and a
multiple of ten, using
concrete models or
drawings and strategies
based on place value,
properties of operations,
and/or the relationship
subtraction; relate the
strategy to a written
method and explain the
reasoning used.
two-digit numbers, one
and ones, and sometimes
it is necessary a compose
a ten.
1.NBT.6- Subtract
multiples of 10 in the
range 10-90 from

Unit Inclusion

multiples of 10 in the
range 10-90, using
concrete models or
drawings and strategies
based on place value
properties of operations,
and/or the relationship