## Unit 1

Figure the Facts

The instruction in Unit 1 is designed to help students develop confidence and fluency with number relationships, operations and facts in the range of 0-20. The goal of this unit is to help students develop solid understandings of addition and subtraction and some of the ways in which these two operations compliment each other.

Bridges Math lessons are taught in three components, whole group Problems & Investigations, small group Work places, Number Corner daily activities, and assessments .

Bridges Math lessons are taught in three components, whole group Problems & Investigations, small group Work places, Number Corner daily activities, and assessments .

September

Calendar Grid

Students look for patterns, fluently add and subtract to 20, and solve one step subtraction problems,

Calendar Collector

Students skip count by 5's to 1000, add with sums to 1000, tell time to the hour, and understand A.M. and P.M.

Daily Rectangle

Students will determine if a number of objects is odd or even, and write an equation to represent the number of objects in an array

Computational Fluency

Students will fluently add and subtract using mental strategies and use the relationship between addition and subtraction to add and subtract within 20

Number Line

Students will skip count by 10's, read and write numbers to 1000, mentally add 10 to any 3-digit number

Calendar Grid

Students look for patterns, fluently add and subtract to 20, and solve one step subtraction problems,

Calendar Collector

Students skip count by 5's to 1000, add with sums to 1000, tell time to the hour, and understand A.M. and P.M.

Daily Rectangle

Students will determine if a number of objects is odd or even, and write an equation to represent the number of objects in an array

Computational Fluency

Students will fluently add and subtract using mental strategies and use the relationship between addition and subtraction to add and subtract within 20

Number Line

Students will skip count by 10's, read and write numbers to 1000, mentally add 10 to any 3-digit number

Work Places

Students use a variety of games to practice the addition and subtraction strategies learned in the lessons.

Students use a variety of games to practice the addition and subtraction strategies learned in the lessons.

Problems and Investigations

Using a number rack, students first reinforce mental strategies of facts to 10 and are introduced to strategies to 20. The strategies include doubles and halves, doubles +1 and -1, and even and odd numbers. At the end of the unit students use the strategies in story problems.

Using a number rack, students first reinforce mental strategies of facts to 10 and are introduced to strategies to 20. The strategies include doubles and halves, doubles +1 and -1, and even and odd numbers. At the end of the unit students use the strategies in story problems.