**Course Description**

Grade 1 to 3 Math

**Course Objective: **The students will receive instruction in and demonstrate the ability to perform basic mathematical functions and problem-solving in the areas of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and geometry.

**Textbook: Math 1 to 3**

- enVision Math by Scott Foresman–Addison Wesley Copyright 2017

**Materials:**

- Student textbook
- Practice and enrichment worksheets
- Manipulative materials
- Calculators

**Time Allotment:**

- 45 minutes per day, 2 days per week

**The course focuses on 4 critical areas.**

**First**, the students will work to understand addition and subtraction, and can perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division . They will work with addition and subtraction equations and understand the relationship between addition and subtraction.

**Second**, the students will begin to understand how numbers relate to each other, including grouping in tens and ones.

**Third**, the students will develop an understanding of linear measurements and length units. They will also learn how to tell and write time.

**Fourth**, the students will begin to understand the attributes of shapes and how to create them. They will understand how to put some shapes together to create a new shape, or how to recognize shapes at different orientations.

**Course Content:**

- Course Introduction
- Counting Numbers
- Pattern Recognition
- Charts and Graphs: Bar, Dot plot, Box plot, Line Graph, Histrograph etc
- Addition/Subtraction/Multiplication/Division
- Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers, Money, and Decimals
- Multiplication of Whole Numbers
- Division of Whole Numbers
- Number Comparison
- Number Ordering
- Find Mod, Mean, Sum, Average, Mean
- Geometry Shapes: Line, Rectangle, Square, Circle, Cube, Triangle, Cone etc
- Time and Clock
- Picture Matching
- Measuring Distance
- Data and Graphs
- Place Value
- Fractions
- Decimals
- Problem Solving

**Areas to be evaluated:**

- Class participation
- Homework assignments
- Computation time tests
- Tests
- Quizzes

**Additional activities:**

- Math vocabulary journals
- Math games