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This unit allows students in Grade 1 to build on their understanding of place value that began in Kindergarten with numbers 11-19, and extend this understanding to addition within 100. In Kindergarten, students kept each count as a single count as they explored a set of 10 objects and leftovers. In this unit, students in Grade 1 are expected to recognize that a set of 10 objects is a unit called a “ten” (unitizing). Students in First Grade also use concrete materials, models, drawings, and place value strategies to add within 100 by being flexible with numbers as they solve problems. It is the expectation that students in Grade 1 also engage in mental calculation, such as mentally finding ten more or ten less than a given two-digit number without having to count by ones. In Grade 1 students are not expected to compute the differences of two-digit numbers other than multiples of ten. Deferring such work until Grade 2 allows two-digit subtraction with and without decomposing to occur in close succession, highlighting the similarity between these two cases. It is important to note that the standard algorithm of carrying or borrowing is neither an expectation nor a focus in Grade 1.
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Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract
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Ten More or Ten Less
CCSC Alignment: 1.NBT.C.5
Students identify counting by 10s as the most efficient way to count a larger quantity of objects up to 99, identify patterns in numbers to help them identify 10 more and 10 less, build two-digit numbers to compare quantities that are 10 more and 10 less, and mentally find 10 more and 10 less than a given number.
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Using My Hundred Chart
CCSC Alignnment: 1.NBT.C.5
Students strengthen and reinforce their understanding of number patterns on the hundreds chart and use them to find 10 more or 10 less than a given number.