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Primary 1 - Number and Algebra: Whole Numbers

Standard 1.NA-WN.1 - Count and compare different groups of objects determining how many more objects are needed to get 10.

Included Skills:

Numbers up to 100

• 1.1 counting to tell the number of objects in a given set

• 1.2 number notation, representations and place values (tens, ones)

• 1.3 reading and writing numbers in numerals and in words

• 1.4 comparing the number of objects in two or more sets

• 1.5 comparing and ordering numbers

• 1.6 patterns in number sequences

• 1.7 ordinal numbers (first, second, up to tenth) and symbols (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc)

• 1.8 number bonds for numbers up to 10

• 1.9 use number-bond posters and make number stories to build and consolidate number bonds for numbers up to 10.

• 1.10 work in groups using concrete objects to

- make a group of ten and count on from 10 to tell the number (less than 20).

- make groups of ten and count tens and ones to tell the number (more than 20).

- estimate the number of objects in a set before counting.

- make sense of the size of 100.

• 1.11 use concrete objects and the base-ten set to represent and compare numbers in terms of tens and ones, and use language such as 'more than', 'fewer than', 'the same as', and 'as many as' to describe the comparison.

• 1.12 play games using dot cards, picture cards, numeral cards and number-word cards, etc. for number recognition and comparison.

• 1.13 describe a given number pattern using language such as '1 more/less' or '10 more/less' before continuing the pattern or finding the missing number(s).

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