1 st Grade Mathematics Students will have a basic understanding of adding numbers. Students will have basic word problem skills. Students will know basic.

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  • 1 st Grade Mathematics
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  • Students will have a basic understanding of adding numbers. Students will have basic word problem skills. Students will know basic problem solving techniques.
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  • Work through the Pre-Quiz problems
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  • Addition is the action or process of adding something to something else. Example: pick up 1 apple with your right hand. Pick up one apple with your left hand. Now how many apples are you holding? 2 apples left right
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  • This is the same as if it was written using: Numbers: 1 + 1 = 2 OR Words: One plus one equals two
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  • Draw Two Circles 2
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  • Now, Draw Three Circles 3
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  • Put the 2 circles and the 3 circles together and count how many circles you have 5 circles 2 + 3 = 5
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  • Click the correct answer 1 + 2 = A. 4 4 B. 2 2 C. 3 3
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  • Draw one circle for the number 1 Draw two circles for the number 2 Put the circles together and count them
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  • Sorry This is the wrong answer review slides 6-8. Try Again!
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  • Correct Yes, you answered the question correctly! You may move on with the lesson!
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  • Test the brain practice quiz!
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  • If Tom has one red apple and one green apple how many apples does Tom have? This is called a word problem. A Word Problem is a an exercise expressed as a situation in words. Dont worry it is not as hard as it seems!
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  • Draw how many red apples Tom has one red apple 1 Draw how many green apples Tom has One green apple 1
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  • How many apples are there? 2 apples
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  • Miah has one blue square and two orange squares. How many squares does Miah have? Click on the correct answer: A. 2 2 B. 3 3
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  • Draw however many blue squares there are Draw however many orange squares there are Put the squares together and count them
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  • Sorry This is not the correct answer review slides 13-15 Try Again!
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  • Correct Yes, you answered the question correctly! You may move on with the lesson!
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  • Test the brain practice quiz
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  • Quiz Lets try the quiz again and see the difference in your answers! Click green button for pre-quiz Click yellow arrow for answers
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  • The End! Congratulations you have completed the lesson!

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