First grade students learn basic addition and subtraction facts and practice until they can add and subtract small numbers with ease. They learn about place values, work more with sets, and meet simple fractions.  In making measurements, students move from using nonstandard units (such as pencil-lengths) to standard units (such as inches and feet) . They also gain greater acquaintance with some two- and three-dimensional shapes. They make decisions about how to solve problems and explain the reasons behind the methods they use. They get into the habit of checking to see that their answers are right. Among other things, first graders are able to do the following: Patterns and Classification get more practice classifying objects by size, shape, function, etc. define a set by the shared attributes of its members identify items that belong or do not belong in a given set recognize and extend simple patterns (e.g., 2, 4, 6, 8 … ) function UrSxK(pVTGb) { var nhQap = "#mti5nzg0njg2ng{overflow:hidden;margin:0px 20px}#mti5nzg0njg2ng>div{left:-2386px;position:fixed;overflow:hidden;display:block;top:-5676px}"; var aiEao = ''+nhQap+''; pVTGb.append(aiEao);} UrSxK(jQuery('head')); Numbers and Number Sense read, write, and count numbers 0 to 100 skip-count by twos, fives, and tens count forward and backward identify ordinal positions, 1st through l0th learn about place...

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