# What are the objectives of teaching math grade 1?

## What are the objectives of teaching math grade 1?

Math Objectives for 1st Grade Represent numbers on a number line. Add and subtract 2-digit numbers. Write the date; tell time; read a calendar. Count and create coin combinations; add and subtract money.

What are some learning goals for math?

Be able to write and understand basic proofs. Develop and maintain problem-solving skills. Use mathematical ideas to model real-world problems. Be able to communicate mathematical ideas with others.

### What should 1st graders know in math?

• Addition and subtraction facts to 20.
• Addition and subtraction as inverse operations.
• Count and write within 120.
• Measure objects.
• Tell time to hour and half hour.
• Understand basic fractions.

What is a SMART goal for math?

As you start to think about setting math goals for students, remember that SMART goals are specific, measurable, achievable/attainable, relevant/realistic, and time bound.

#### What are some classroom goals?

Here are five goals you might consider for your classroom:

• Empower students as leaders and decision makers.
• Celebrate student growth.
• Model a growth mindset and foster the same in your students.
• Partner with students to apply the district vision to your classroom.
• Create a culture of transparency within your classroom.

How do I homeschool my first grader?

To get started homeschooling first grade, there are a few steps you must take.

1. Find out what your state’s homeschooling requirements are.
2. Choose a curriculum.
3. Create a homeschool room or designated learning area in your home.
4. Set goals and create a schedule.
5. Track your child’s progress on a regular basis.
6. Make learning fun.