## Course Description

### Semester A

During the first semester students will build fluency with basic math facts and add and subtract within 100 to solve word problems using strategic methods. Students will also manipulate numbers to 1000 using knowledge of hundreds, tens, and ones. Lastly, students with demonstrate arrays with repeated addition.

### Semester B

During the second semester students will use place value to add and subtract within 1000. They will use place value to estimate and solve word problems to demonstrate skills. Students will measure and compare length and represent it on a number line. They will work with money and time to compare value. Students will collect data and represented on graphs to discuss it. Lastly, they will recognize common 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional shapes by specific characteristics.

## Course Requirements

2

#### * Materials

Basic School Supplies

*Materials listed should be acquired by the student prior to beginning work in the course.

2 Semesters

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#### Technology Skills

• Word Processing Skills
• Email Communication (with assistance of parent or teacher)

## Semester A

#### Major Concepts:

• Fact Fluency
• Addition and Subtraction to 1000
• Associative and Commutative Properties
• Estimation

## Semester B

#### Major Concepts:

• Repeated Subtraction
• Whole Number Length
• Time: Minute, Hour, Day
• Money: Combinations of 1 dollar
• Area and Perimeter
• Simple Fractions: Equivalency
• Data
• Volume and Weight
• 2D and 3D Shapes