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1 | Notes | Weeks 1-3 | Weeks 4-6 | Weeks 7-10 | End of Term Goals | ||

2 | Stage 1 to Stage 2-3 | At all stages, prompt for imaging by giving students opportunities to solve the problem WITHOUT materials first. | Strategy: Solve addition problems up to 10/20 using materials - read numbers to 20 - count forward to 20 - say number after 20 - patterns to 10 - facts 10 | Strategy: Solve addition and subtraction problems within 20 using materials - read and write numbers to 20 - count backward from 20 - say numbers before 20 - order numbers to 20 | Strategy: Solve addition and subtraction problems by using imaging Strategy: Students will use equal sharing with materials to solve ratio/proportion problems of shapes and sets. | - Moving from one-to-one to counting from one on materials to solve addition and subtraction problems - Students will image objects to solve addition and subtraction problems - Students will use equal sharing with materials to solve ratio/proportion problems of shapes and sets. | |

3 | Stage 2-3 - Stage 4 | When introducing counting on, add no more than 5 or 6 so chn. can track in their head. Scaffold up to 10. | Strategy: Solve addition / subtraction problems by counting on/back from largest number - FNWS / BNWS to 100 - Before / after numbers to 100 - Order numbers to 100 | Strategy: Solve addition / subtraction problems by counting on/back from largest number Strategy: Solve addition / subtraction problems by increasing / descreasing in tens (eg 3-13-23) - skip count in tens | Strategy: Review equal sharing (halves, quarters, eighths) - skip counting twos, fives, tens | - Solve addition problems up to 100 by counting on from the largest number - Solve subtraction problems up to 100 by counting back - Solve addition / subtraction problems by increasing / descreasing in tens (eg 3-13-23) | |

4 | Stage 4 - Early 5 | For addition problems, add using single digits | Strategy: Solve addition problems by using knowledge of basic facts (eg. knowledge of doubles) - FNWS/BNWS to 1000 - Before / after to 1000 | Strategy: Solve addition and subtraction problems by going up / back through tens - Groupings within 100 (eg. 25 + 75) | Strategy: Find fractions of a number using knowledge of halves or from known addition facts - skip counting in 3s, 4s | - Solve addition problems by using knowledge of basic facts (eg. knowledge of doubles) - Solve addition and subtraction problems by going up / back through tens - Solve ratio/proportion problems using knowldge of halves or known addition facts | |

5 | Early 5 - Stage 5 | For addition problems, add using two digits | Strategy: Solve addition and subtraction problems by going up / back through tens (partitioning numbers : 23 + 57 is 20+50 and 3+7) | Strategy: Solve addition and subtraction problems by going up / back through tens (partitioning numbers : 23 + 57 is 20+50 and 3+7) Strategy: Work out how many groupings of twos / fives / tens in numbers up to 100 / 1000 (eg. groups of twos that are in numbers to 20 - 8 groups of 2 in 17) | Strategy: Find fractions of a number using knowledge of halves or from known addition facts - skip counting in 3s, 4s | - Solve addition and subtraction problems by going up / back through tens (partitioning numbers : 23 + 57 is 20+50 and 3+7) - Solve ratio/proportion problems using knowldge of halves or known addition facts |

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