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




1.1 How Many of Each?
How Many of Each?
 Practicing the rote counting sequence forward and backward, starting from any number 1 to 30
 Finding as many 2addend combinations of a number as possible
 Proving that all of the possible combinations have been found
 Recording solutions to a problem
1.2 Missing Parts
Missing Parts
 Solving a problem in which the total and one part are known
 Finding and exploring relationships among combinations of numbers up to 10
 Developing counting on as a strategy for combining two numbers
 Using numbers and standard notation (+, =) to record
1.3 Combinations of Numbers
Combinations of Numbers
 Solving a problem in which the total and one part are known
 Finding and exploring relationships among combinations of numbers up to 10
 Finding as many 2addend combinations of a number as possible
1.4 Combinations of Numbers, continued
Combinations of Numbers, continued
 Solving a problem in which the total and one part are known
 Finding and exploring relationships among combinations of numbers up to 10
 Finding as many 2addend combinations of a number as possible
 Proving that all of the possible combinations have been found
1.5 Dot Addition
Dot Addition
 Finding and exploring relationships among combinations of numbers up to 12
 Connecting written numbers and standard notation (+, =) to the quantities and actions they represent
1.6 Addition Games
Addition Games
 Finding the total of two or more quantities up to a total of 20 by counting all, counting on, or using number combinations
 Connecting written numbers and standard notation (+, =) to the quantities and actions they represent
 Using numbers and standard notation (+, =) to record
 Visualizing and retelling the action in addition
1.7 Counting On
Counting On
 Visualizing and retelling the action in addition situations
 Finding the total of two or more quantities up to a total of 20 by counting all, counting on, or using number combinations
 Connecting written numbers and standard notation (+, =) to the quantities and actions they represent
 Developing counting on as a strategy for combining two numbers
1.8 Solving an Addition Story Problem
Solving an Addition Story Problem
 Estimating whether an amount is more or less than a given quantity
 Visualizing and retelling the action in addition situations
 Finding the total of two or more quantities up to a total of 20 by counting all, counting on, or using number combinations
 Connecting written numbers and standard notation (+, =) to the quantities and actions they represent
1.9 Assessment: How Many of Each
Assessment: How Many of Each?
 Finding and exploring relationships among combinations of numbers up to 15
 Connecting written numbers and standard notation (+, =) to the quantities and actions they represent
 Using the equal sign to show equivalent expressions
1.10A True or False?
True or False?
 Connecting written numbers and standard notation (+, –, =) to the quantities and actions they represent
 Using the equal sign to show equivalent expressions
 Determining whether equations are true or false

