What do numbers represent and how do they help us order and compare things in God’s world?
Numbers represent an amount that helps us order and compare things in God’s world.
Count, read, write, and understand numbers up to 120. (1.NBT.1)
Count by twos, fives, and twenty-fives up to 100.
Understand and compare two-digit numbers organized as groups of tens and ones. (1.NBT.2,3)
Understand and mentally find ten more or ten less than a given two-digit number. (1.NBT.5)
Add and subtract multiples of ten within 100 using models or drawings. (1.NBT.4,6)
How can objects be represented to help us understand the variety of God’s creation?
A single collection of objects can always be represented in more than one way to help us understand the variety of God’s
Understand, represent, compare, and apply addition and subtraction properties to word problems within 20; fluently add and subtract within 10 (1.OA.1,2,3,4,5,6); add up to three whole numbers within 20 (1.OA.2); add two-digit and one-digit numbers with regrouping within 100 using models or drawings. (1.NBT.4)
Work with addition and subtraction equations including unknowns. (1.OA.7,8)
How does measurement help us fulfill God’s plan?
Measurement allows us to be accurate and orderly as God planned.
Measure, order, compare, and express lengths of objects by counting non-standard units. (1.MD.1,2)
Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks. (1.MD.3)
Identify pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars, and dollar bills.
How do shapes and their parts help us appreciate God’s creation?
Shapes and their parts help us appreciate the beauty and order in everything God has designed.
Describe, build, and draw shapes with defining attributes. (1.G.1)
Compose two- and three- dimensional shapes to form composite or new shapes (1.G.2)
Partition circles and rectangles into two and four equal parts; describe the whole and its parts using the words halves, fourths, quarters, half of, quarter of and third of. (1.G.3)
How can we quantify our findings in a way that pleases God?
God has at various times commanded men to count, measure, and record their findings.
Organize, represent, compare, and interpret data with up to three categories. (1.MD.4)
NAD Standards // Math
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