Math – K, 1st, and 2nd Grades

Below you will find Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade active Math lessons.  The SOL is listed along with the purpose of each lesson to help you find an appropriate Math lesson.  Please check in from time to time as we update our webpage as we create new content.

Number and Number SenseSOLPurpose
1 2 3 Count and Move with MeK.1a, 1.1aReview number sense through exercise by completing the designated exercise for each number.
Comparing Numbers WarK.1, 2.1c, 3.1c, 4.1bCompare numbers to decide which is greater by playing a game similar to war.
Counting AerobicsK.4c, 1.1d, 2.2aPractice counting patterns using body movements.
Domino DotsK.1aTell how many are in the set of 15 or fewer by counting the number of objects orally.
Extraordinary OrdinalsK.3, 1.3, 2.3a&bReview ordinal words and positions.
Find the One’s Place1.2a, 2.1aIdentify the one’s place value through movement.
Fraction Frenzy1.4b, 2.4a&bSort fractions into the appropriate groups. (K: fourths and halves; 1st: fourths, thirds and halves)
Hoop To ItK.1bPractice counting and forming groups of a given number.
Hopping by Two’s1.1d, 2.2aSkip count by twos in order to assemble a puzzle.
Line 'Em Up!1.3Read the directions and put the characters in ordinal order, while using teamwork.
More or Less MovementK.2a, 1.2b, 2.1cDemonstrate an understanding of equality through using the equal sign.
Number Line ScootK.3c, 1.1a&bReview their understanding of the number line and cardinality.
Odd or Even2.4c, 5.3bIdentify if a number is odd or even while incorporating movement.
Place Value Boot Camp1.2aPractice grouping numbers by 10s and 1s to better understand the concept of place value.
Poppin CountK.1b, 1.1d, 2.2aPut numbers in order and count to 30.  Put numbers in order and skip count by 5’s or 10’s to 100 (or to a stopping point the teacher finds appropriate).
Round Em Up2.1dSort numbers by rounding to the nearest tens.
Skip CountingK.3a, 1.1d, 2.2aReview number identification, and practice skip counting patterns.
Computation and EstimationSOLPurpose
Addition Cone Maze1.6, 2.5Practice addition facts by completing a series of addition problems with a partner.
Addition Number Line HopK.6, 1.6Hop on a number line to show addition and subtraction.
Addition Subtraction Number Line RelayK.6, 1.6Relay to collect addition/subtraction cards and place the sum/difference on a number line.
Double It Up1.7, 2.5bRecall basic addition facts with an emphasis on “Doubles Facts.”
Math Fact Match UpK.6, 1.6, 1.7b, 2.5bUse addition and subtraction strategies to solve math facts, through 12, while working in a relay with classmates. Kindergarten may use concrete objects when solving.
Math TagMany SOL’sReview any math topic by playing a game of tag.
Movin Math Facts1.6, 1.7b, 2.5bPractice math facts and do a corresponding exercise.
Number Combination Stations1.7a&bDemonstrate “adding on” strategy by hopping for the next addends.(sums through 10)
Roll Add and Move1.7a&bRoll dice, add/build numbers, and exercise according to their sum.
Subtraction BowlingK.6, 1.7bPractice the concept of subtraction by bowling a ball, knocking down cups, and creating a subtraction equation.
Subtraction Spinner1.5, 2.5Roll dice, spin spinner, and exercise according to their difference.
Sum Day For Fitness!1.7b, 2.5bRecall basic addition facts.
Mixed Addition 11.7b, 2.5bRecall basic addition facts via an on screen presentation.
Mixed Addition 21.7b, 2.5bRecall basic addition facts via an on screen presentation.
Mixed Addition 31.7b, 2.5bRecall basic addition facts via an on screen presentation.
Adding with 8's1.7b, 2.5bRecall 8's addition facts via an on screen presentation.
Adding with 9's1.7b, 2.5bRecall 9's addition facts via an on screen presentation.
Adding with 10's1.7b, 2.5bRecall 10's addition facts via an on screen presentation.
Balance It OutK.9Decide which objects would be heavier between 2 objects.
BankruptK.7, 1.8Review the name and value of coins, and determining the value of a collection.
Inchworm Measurement Hunt1.10Practice measuring the length of different pictures using non-standard measurement units.
Rock Around the Clock1.9b, 2.9Practice telling time using a large clock.
Tick Tock Set the Clock1.9b, 2.9Manipulate the minute and hour hands to represent analog times.
Shape RelayK.10a&b, 1.11a&bReview the names of shapes, shape attributes, and practice identifying shapes by name and characteristics. also review the location of the shape.
Shape Shuffle2.13Review the names of shapes and the number of sides, vertices, edges and corners.
Sort Those ShapesK.10a&b, 1.11a&bSort themselves by shape and use the attributes to do an assigned movement that corresponds to the shape.
Super Shape Sorting2.13, 4.11Sort shapes into plane (2-Dimensional) and solid (3-Dimensional) categories. Using alternate cards, be able to sort shapes into circle, triangle, square, and rectangle categories.
Probability and StatisticsSOLPurpose
Game GraphK.11a&b, 1.12a&b, 2.15 a&bPlay games and create an object or bar graph to show the class favorite. The student will interpret the information displayed on the class graph.
Graph Fit2.15a&bCollect data and graph the number of exercises they are able to complete in a given time.
Roll, Graph, and ExerciseK.11a&b, 1.12a&bRoll the dice, color the graph, and perform the associated exercise.
Taking TalliesN/APractice counting and representing numbers using tally marks.
Patterns, Functions, and AlgebraSOLPurpose
Exercise Equality1.15, 2.17Demonstrate an understanding of equality/inequality by recognizing the symbols =, ≠ in various representations.
Pumpkin PatternsK.13, 1.14, 2.16Use movement to create a variety of repeating and/or growing patterns.

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