• Math in Focus - Singapore Math

    Chapter titles are in red.  Common core standards for each chapter are included in a bulleted list.  Chapter specific vocabulary is also listed.

     

    Numbers to 5

    • Identify attributes that are the same and different in a set of objects or pictures
    • Count to 5 and write the numerals for these numbers

    Vocabulary

    one, two, three, four, five, same, different, blue, red, green, yellow, black, white, big, small, long, short, tall

     

    Numbers to 10

    • Count from 0 to 10 and write the numerals for these numbers
    • Compare two sets using one-to-one correspondence

    Vocabulary

    six, seven, eight, nine, ten, one more, one less, the same number

     

    Order by Size, Length, or Weight

    • Compare and order objects by size, length, and weight through sight and feel

    Vocabulary

    same size, different size, biggest, middle-sized, smallest, bigger than, taller than, smaller than, shorter than, longest, shortest, heaviest, lightest, heavier, lighter

     

    Counting and Numbers 0 to 10

    • Use the counting sequence to find one more and one less than a given number

     

    •  Count to 10 and write the numerals for these numbers

    Vocabulary

    one more, one less, fewer

     

    Size and Position

    • Recognize big and small things
    • Use prepositions to describe position

    Vocabulary

    big, bigger, small, smaller, same size, on top of, under, next to, behind, between, beside, in front of, in back of, inside, outside, before, after

     

    Numbers 0 – 20

    • Count to 20
    • Compare numbers to 20

    Vocabulary

    ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, more, fewer, greater than, less than

     

     Solid and Flat Shapes

    • Identify circles, triangles, squares, rectangles and hexagons

    Vocabulary

    face, edge, corner, big, small, shape pattern, cube, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid, circle, triangle, square, rectangle, hexagon

     

    Numbers to 100

    • Count from 0 to 10 and write numerals for these numbers
    • Compare to sets using one-to-one correspondence

    Vocabulary

    pairs, twos, fives, tally, ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, hundred, tens

     

    Comparing Sets

    • Compare two sets one-to-one to find the difference in the number of objects

    Vocabulary

    fewer, less, more, most, fewest

     

    Ordinal Numbers

    • Order small sets using first, second, third, and last

    Vocabulary

    first, next, last, second, third, before, after

     

    Calendar Patterns

    • Recognize the names of days of the week and months of the year
    • Recognize the pattern in the days and months

    Vocabulary

    day, week, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, today, tomorrow, yesterday, month, year, January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, warmer, cooler

     

    Counting On and Counting Back

    • Count on to 10; count back from 10

     

    Patterns

    • Create and extend patterns of shapes 

    Vocabulary

    repeating pattern, pattern unit

     

    Number Facts

    • Count numbers to 20 and write the numerals
    • Count on to find how many more are needed

     

    Length and Height

    • Compare lengths using words such as long, longer, and longest

    Vocabulary

    long, longer, longest, short, shorter, shortest, tall, taller, tallest

     

    Classifying and Sorting

    • Sort and classify objects by two or three attributes

    Vocabulary

    color, shape, size, pattern, same, different, sort

     

    Addition Stories

    • Write addition sentences for joining situations

    Vocabulary

    plus, is equal to, number sentence

     

    Subtraction Stories

    • Write subtraction stories for separating situations
    • Compare two numbers using one-to-one correspondence and write the number sentence

    Vocabulary

    minus, left, how many more

     

    Measurement

    • Compare objects of different weights and capacities
    • Compare duration of events

    Vocabulary

    heavy, heavier, light, lighter, holds more, holds less, hold the same amount, more time, less time

     

    Money

    • Identify penny, nickel, dime, and quarter
    • Understand how to use pennies, nickels, and dimes to purchase objects less than 10 cents

    Vocabulary

    penny, nickel, dime, quarter, cent, change