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Standard(s):2.2, 2.5DESIRED RESULTSUnderstandings
Clocks and calendars are used to keep track of time.
Number grids can be used to organize and discover patterns.
Place value helps us to write numbers.Essential QuestionsKnowledge and Skill
What are number sequences?
What is place value?
What are equivalent numbers?Everyday Math routines:
Math Message
Math boxes
Partner and small group work/games
Slate routine
Calculator use
Home Links“Easy” addition facts.ASSESSMENT EVIDENCETeacher observation of skill development includinganecdotal notes on class participation, work with peers, work with manipulatives, work in math journals, etc.
Count by 2s, 5s, and 10s.
Make tallies and give totals.LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Unit 1 Numbers and Routines

Standard(s):2.5,2.6, 2.7, 2.8DESIRED RESULTSUnderstandings
Addition and subtraction are inverse operations.
Numbers can be added and/or subtracted using a variety of strategies.Essential QuestionsKnowledge and Skill
How can addition and subtraction be used tomodel number stories?
What is the +9 shortcut?
How can missing numbers be identified innumber sequences?
Make up, represent, and solveaddition stories
Review and practice addition factsstrategies for: +0, +1, +2, +3, doubles, turn-around facts
Explore and practice the +9 shortcut,and doubles-plus-one and doubles-plus-twostrategies
Identify related addition andsubtraction facts in fact families
Review and practice subtractionfacts strategies for –0, -1
Develop and practice counting-upand counting-back strategies for subtraction
Develop and practice –9 and –8strategies
Use a given addition or subtractionrule to generate a number sequence; identifythe rule for a given number sequence(“frames-and-arrows” routine)
Identify missing numbers in number  pairs generated by a rule; determine the ruleused to generate number pairs (“what’s myrule?” routine)
Fish Eyes: A Book You Can Count On
Unit 2 Addition and Subtraction Facts

Dominoes Version of Addition Top-ItFact triangles