### Course Overview

The Acellus Grade 1 Math course focuses on addition, subtraction through the number 20, whole number relationships and place value, linear measurement, measuring lengths, and geometric shapes.

### Course Objectives & Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of Acellus Grade 1 Math, students will be able to recognize equal numbers of objects, number words for 0 – 29, and ordinal numbers; count 0 – 20; add within word problems and sentences; use the Order Property for Addition; count on 1 and on 2; use a number line; add zero, near doubles, and doubles; subtract within word problems and sentences; subtract zero and all; take numbers apart; subtract using 10; use the relational properties of addition and subtraction; use the correct operation; write addition and subtraction sentences; and compare amounts, and identify greater than and less than symbols, and use the symbols to compare numbers to include real-life situations. Students will also be able to sort, classify, and tally; make graphs and pictures to include real-life situations; correctly identify possible and impossible; compare, measure, and estimate length; use nonstandard units, inches, and centimeters; estimate capacity; and use length and estimation in real-life situations; identify shapes, plane figures, and solid figures as well as make new shapes; identify equal and unequal parts, halves, and fourths; use shapes and fractions in real-life situations; identify, extend, and create pictorial and number patterns; tell time with both analog and digital clocks to include identifying the half-hour; use spatial sense related to position, follow directions to include everyday situations, and find distances on a map. Finally, students will be able to add by using 10; add doubles and near doubles; use addition when subtracting; and add three numbers, add in word problems; count over 100; add using the ones and tens place values; add 2-digit numbers 10 – 20, add and count using groups of 10, and use mental math to add and subtract by 10.