Unit 1 Topic 3: Combining
Curriculum & Pacing Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic 3 Topic 4
Standards




3.1 Double Compare and Double Compare Dots
Double Compare and Double Compare Dots (Game)
 Finding the total of two or more quantities up to a total of 20 by counting all, counting on, or using number combinations
 Comparing two quantities up to 20 to see which is larger
 Visualizing and retelling the action in an addition situation
 Modeling the action of an addition problem with counters or drawings
3.2 FiveinaRow
FiveinaRow (Game)
 Connecting number names and written numbers to the quantities they represent
 Finding the total of two or more quantities up to a total of 20 by counting all, counting on, or using number combinations
 Comparing two quantities up to 20 to see which is larger
3.3 Addition Story Problems
Addition Story Problems
 Visualizing and retelling the action in an addition situation
 Modeling the action of an addition problem with counters or drawings
 Finding the total of two or more quantities up to a total of 20 by counting all, counting on, or using number combinations
 Introducing standard notation (+ and =) for representing addition situations
3.4 Roll and Record
Roll and Record (Game)
 Connecting number names and written numbers to the quantities they represent
 Finding the total of two or more quantities up to a total of 20 by counting all, counting on, or using number combinations
 Visualizing and retelling the action in an addition situation
 Modeling the action of an addition problem with counters or drawings
3.5 More Addition Story Problems
More Addition Story Problems
 Visualizing and retelling the action in an addition situation
 Modeling the action of an addition problem with counters or drawings
 Finding the total of two or more quantities up to a total of 20 by counting all, counting on, or using number combinations
 Introducing standard notation (+ and =) for representing addition situations
3.6 Assessment: Double Compare and Combining Games
Assessment: Double Compare and Combining Games
 Comparing two quantities up to 20 to see which is larger
 Finding the total of two or more quantities up to a total of 20 by counting all, counting on, or using number combinations
 Seeing that adding the same two numbers (e.g., 4 and 3) results in the same total, regardless of context (e.g., number cubes, cards, objects)
3.7 How Many in All?
How Many in All?
 Finding the total of two or more quantities up to a total of 20 by counting all, counting on, or using number combinations
 Developing an understanding of how the quantities in the counting sequence are related: each number is 1 more or 1 less than the number before or after it
 Recording a solution to a problem
Trimester 1 Assessment Halfsheet
Be sure to discuss True and False equations throughout this topic and give OAT 5 and 6 when you feel it is appropriate during this topic.
Be sure to discuss True and False equations throughout this topic and give OAT 5 and 6 when you feel it is appropriate during this topic.