# Module 10 - Math 1A - Course Guide

## Module Overview:

In this module students count money. They'll observe and recreate patterns using visual memory. Students will select the number with the greatest value. Students will identify numbers with the least value. Students will learn the addition facts of 13 and work with combinations. Students will continue to practice addition facts.

## Module Materials:

Lesson # Lesson Title Material(s)
1 Do You Have Enough? Monopoly or Monopoly Jr. (optional);
2 The Greatest Value 30 counters
small dry erase board (optional)
dry erase marker (optional)
3 The Least small dry erase board (optional)
dry erase marker (optional)
4 Thirteen: Addition Facts Addition flashcards (optional);
5 The Nearest Inch Ruler (in inches);

Module Objectives:

Lesson # Lesson Title Objective(s)
1 Do You Have Enough?
1. Count money and determine if there is enough to make a purchase.
2. Observe and recreate patterns using visual memory.
2 The Greatest Value
1. Select the number with the greatest value.
3 The Least
1. Select the number with the least value.
2. Determine which of four objects weighs the least.
4 Thirteen: Addition Facts
1. Practice the addition facts of 13.
2. Determine which container holds more or less.
5 The Nearest Inch
1. Measure a line segment to the nearest inch.

Module Key Words:

Key Words
count money
recreate patterns
greatest value
least value
least weight
combinations
13
addition facts

Module Assignments:

Lesson # Lesson Title Page # Assignment Title
1 Do You Have Enough? 2 Do You Have Enough Money? Assignment
2 The Greatest Value 5 Ladybug Place Value Assignment
3 The Least 3 The Least Assignment
3 The Least 5 Which is Heaviest? Assignment
5 The Nearest Inch 2 Measure with Inches at Home Assignment

## Learning Coach Notes:

Lesson # Lesson Title Notes
1 Do You Have Enough? Extend this lesson by teaching your student how to play Monopoly. For this age, try Monopoly Junior because the game is quicker.
2 The Greatest Value Extend this lesson by getting a small dry erase board and marker. Write two sets of 2-digit numbers on the board. Have your student circle the greater number. Next, have them tell how many tens and ones are in each number.
3 The Least Extend this lesson by getting a small dry erase board and marker. Write two sets of 2-digit numbers on the board. Have your student circle the smallest number. Next, have them tell how many tens and ones are in each number.
4 Thirteen: Addition Facts If you have the opportunity, get some addition facts, flashcards. Flash them to your student to have them practice addition facts. To extend the lesson of capacity, get a variety of containers, and have your student predict which will hold more. Have them fill the containers with water and then use a large measuring cup to measure how much each container held.
5 The Nearest Inch In this lesson, your student will need a ruler to measure objects around the house or classroom. Extend the activity by having them measure more than the suggested items.

## 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.

Lesson Title Question
Do You Have Enough?
1. Name 4 coins you use to pay for things.
2. What is a penny worth?
3. What is a nickel worth?
4. What is a dime worth?
5. What is a quarter worth?
6. What is a pattern?
The Greatest Value
1. How can you tell which number is the greatest?
The Least
1. What does least mean?
Thirteen: Addition Facts
1. What addition facts equal 13?
2. Can you name the container that holds more or less?
The Nearest Inch
1. How do you use a ruler?

## 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.

Lesson Title Video Question
Do You Have Enough? Pattern Observatory
1. In your Math notebook, draw the patterns Zoe sees in the video.
2. Create your own pattern when you are done watching the video.
The Least Weighing In
1. What objects were the heaviest and had to be removed from the ship?
Thirteen: Addition Facts Holds More, Holds Less
1. In your Math notebook draw and write the objects that hold more.
The Nearest Inch Measuring Length in Inches
1. How do you line up a ruler when you measure with it?

## 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?

# Book Author Lexile Level
1 The Mission of Addition Brian P. Cleary
2 Alexander Who Used To Be Rich Last Sunday Judith Viorst AD570L
3 The Penny Pot Stuart J. Murphy 480L
4 Place Value David A. Adler AD550L
5 What's The Place Value? Shirley Duke
6 How Big Is a Foot? Rolf Myller NC580L
7 Inch by Inch Leo Lionni 210L
8 Gavin the Gator: Greater Than and Less Than Kathleen L. Stone
9 Alfie the Alligator: A Teaching Rhyme About Comparing Numbers Sandy Turley
10 Hershey's Milk Chocolate Weights And Measures Book Jerry Pallotta AD540L
11 Capacity Henry Pluckrose 540L

## Module Outing:

Take some time to apply what your student is learning to the real world. Suggested outings are below.

# Outing