Module 3 - Math 1A - Course Guide
In this module students will learn the concept of 11. They will compare lengths. Students will add pairs. Students will learn the concept of 12. They will make a selection based on a set of clues. Students will fill in the missing numbers when counting up or down. Students will Identify comparison and position word pairs.
- Crayons or colored pencils
- Blank paper
|Lesson #||Lesson Title||Objective(s)|
|1||Eleven and Comparing Length||
|3||Twelve and Logic Puzzles||
Module Key Words:
adding pairs of numbers
counting up and down
skip count by 2
in front of behind
|Lesson #||Lesson Title||Page #||Assignment Title|
|1||Eleven and Comparing Length||3||Comparing Length Assignment|
|2||Adding Pairs||2||Adding 2 Numbers Assignment|
|2||Adding Pairs||4||Comparing Weight Assignment|
|3||Twelve and Logic Puzzles||4||Match the Puppy and Owner Assignment|
|4||Count It!||2||Missing Numbers Assignment|
|5||Position Words||3||Position Words Assignment|
Learning Coach Notes:
|Lesson #||Lesson Title||Notes|
|1||Eleven and Comparing Length||In the lesson activity, your student will be asked to compare the lengths of different school supplies. Help them gather a variety of supplies to compare, such as a crayon, pencil, glue stick, scissors, etc.|
|2||Adding Pairs||In one of the interactive lesson activities, your student will use dominoes online. Dominoes are excellent math manipulatives; it may be helpful to have real dominos on hand in the house. You can extend the activity by getting out the real dominos and playing a game of war with them. Deal out two dominos one to you and one to your student. The person with the highest number keeps the dominos. The one with the most at the end wins. Another game you can play is to find the matching sums. Place the dominos face up randomly on a table. Have your student look for dominoes that have the same sum. For example, four dots and one dot on one domino, and three dots with two dots, they both equal 5, they would be a match. Time how long it takes for your student to match sums and play again, trying to beat their time.|
|3||Twelve and Logic Puzzles||To extend this lesson, search online for kid’s logic puzzles and have your student try some more puzzles.|
|4||Count It!||To continue practicing skip counting by 2’s, give your student objects such as pennies, nickels, or other coins to count in groups of 2 by 2’s to see how many there are total.|
Module Guiding Questions:
When a student starts a lesson ask them questions to check for prior knowledge and understanding and to review concepts being taught. At the end of the lesson ask the questions again to see if their answer changes.
|Eleven and Comparing Length||
|Twelve and Logic Puzzles||
Module Video Questions:
When a student watches a video take time to ask them questions about what they watched. Suggested questions for the videos in this module are listed here. Suggestion: Have the student watch the entire video first all the way through. Then have them watch the video a second time, as they watch it pause the video and ask the questions.
|Twelve and Logic Puzzles||Scavenger Hunt||
Module Suggested Read Aloud Books:
Take time to read to your student or have them read aloud to you. Read a different book each day. While reading the book point out concepts being taught. You may purchase these books or find them at your local library. Suggested things to discuss while reading the book:
- What is the main idea?
- What are three things new you learned?
- How does this book relate to what you are learning about?
|1||Count it Higher with Wildflowers 11 to 20: A Counting Book||Jady Shea|
|2||Longer or Shorter?||Gloria Chen|
|3||Beanstalk: The Measure of a Giant||Ann McCallum||560L|
|4||Domino Addition||Lynette Long||AD660L|
|5||Is It Heavy or Light?||Sheila Rivera|
|6||Missing Math: A Number Mystery||Loreen Leedy||550L|
|7||Hide-and-Seek: A First Book of Position Words||R. D. Ornot||320L|
Take some time to apply what your student is learning to the real world. Suggested outings are below.