# Math Mammoth Grade 1-A

## by Maria Miller Author

****Chapter Introductions are excluded from below divisions because they do not contain student assignments**** Math Mammoth Grade 1 Complete Curriculum is a complete math program for 1st grade that is aligned to the Common Core Standards. It consists of two student worktexts (A and B), a separate answer key for each, tests, cumulative reviews, and in the download version, an additional worksheet maker (Internet access required) to make extra practice worksheets when needed. The four main areas of study for first grade are: The concepts of addition and subtraction, and strategies for addition and subtraction facts (chapters 1-2; chapter 4); Developing understanding of whole number relationships and place value till 100 (chapter 3 and chapter 7); Developing understanding of measuring lengths as iterating length units (chapter 6); and Reasoning about attributes of geometric shapes, such as the number of sides and the number of corners, and composing and decomposing geometric shapes (chapter 6). Additional topics we study in first grade are clock to the half hour (chapter 5) and counting coins (chapter 8).

### Additional Details

- Resource Type
- book
- Print Status
- In Print
- Lessons
- 50
- Pages
- 146
- Suggested Grades
- 1st - 2nd
- Publisher
- Kagi
- Edition
- 3.0
- Copyright
- 2007-2012
- URL
- http://www.mathmammoth.com/complete/grade_1.php

### Lessons

- 0.1 Equal Amounts; Same and Different
- 0.2 Writing Numbers
- 0.3 Counting
- 0.4 Position Words, Colors, and Shapes
- 0.5 Patterns
- 1.1 Two Groups and a Total
- 1.2 Learn Symbols "+" and "="
- 1.3 Addition Practice 1
- 1.4 Which is More?
- 1.5 Missing Items
- 1.6 Sums with 5
- 1.7 Sums with 6
- 1.8 Adding on a Number Line
- 1.9 Sums with 7
- 1.10 Sums with 8
- 1.11 Adding Many Numbers
- 1.12 Addition Practice 2
- 1.13 Sums with 9
- 1.14 Sums with 10
- 1.15 Comparisons
- 1.16 Chapter 1 Review
- Chapter 1 Test
- 2.1 Subraction is "Taking Away"
- 2.2 Count Down to Subract
- 2.3 Subtraction and Addition is the Same Picture
- 2.4 When Can You Subtract?
- 2.5 Two Subtactions from one Addition
- 2.6 Two Parts - One Total
- 2.7 Fact Families
- 2.9 "How Many More" Problems and Difference
- 2.8 How Many More?
- 2.10 "How Many More" Problems and Subtraction
- 2.11 Chapter 2 Review
- Chapter 2 Test
- 3.1 Counting in Groups of 10
- 3.2 Naming and Writing Numbers
- 3.3 The Teen Numbers
- 3.4 Building Numbers 11-40
- 3.5 Building Numbers 41-100
- 3.6 A 100-Chart
- 3.7 Add and Subtract Whole Tens
- 3.8 Practicing with Numbers
- 3.9 Which Number is Greater?
- 3.10 Numbers Beyond 100
- 3.11 More Practice with Numbers
- 3.12 Skip-Counting Practice
- 3.13 Bar Graphs
- 3.14 Tally Marks
- 3.15 Chapter 3 Review
- Chapter 3 Test

### User Reviews

You'll need to log in to your account before leaving a review. Don't have an account? You can sign up for free!