In the Numbers unit, students show, compare, order, and read numbers up to 50. Students will estimate amounts up to 50.
In the Counting unit, students will count by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s to 50. Students will find ordinal numbers, order the months of the year, and read a calendar.
In the Patterns unit, students find, describe, and create patterns. Students use shapes, colours, numbers, sounds, and actions to create and analyze patterns around them.
Addition and Subtraction
In the Addition and Subtraction unit, students develop an understanding of basic addition and subtraction, including utilizing the appropriate symbols. Students learn mental strategies and how to solve word problems.
In the Measurement unit, students measure attributes of two- and three-dimensional shapes. They use the concept of measure to compare, describe, and order objects.
Shapes, Figures, and Positions
In the Shapes, Figures, and Positions unit, students sort and build two- and three-dimensional shapes and figures. Students find and describe symmetry in shapes and create symmetrical designs. Students describe locations on maps.
Graphs and Charts
In the Graphs and Charts unit, students learn about recording, organizing, and reading data in pictographs and concrete graphs. Students also ask and answer questions about graphs.
Composing, Decomposing, and Groups
In the Composing, Decomposing, and Groups unit, students explore composing and decomposing numbers up to 50. They also develop a basic understanding of fractions through learning about wholes, halves, and fourths. Students learn how to divide shapes into equal parts.
In the Coding unit, students are introduced to coding and learn how to give basic instructions to computers. Students learn how to find and correct mistakes in code.
Likely and Unlikely Events
In the Likely and Unlikely Events unit, students explore probability through the examination of likely and unlikely events in everyday situations by describing and comparing the likelihood of events.
In the Money unit, students learn about the value of coins and bills. Students count and compare money amounts. Students also solve addition problems related to money by counting the value of multiple coins.
Throughout the course, students will be encouraged to build their social-emotional learning skills by focusing specifically on positive motivation and how to use self-talk strategies with themselves and their peers.