Manchester Public Schools
Office of Equity and Partnerships
Grade 12 Math Curriculum Information
Here are the things your child will be expected to accomplish during the school year…
Math
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  • Understand addition and subtraction as a relationship of 2 parts to a total/whole.
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  • Understand how to use addition and subtraction to solve problems that represent situations for adding to and taking from. (e.g. I have 3 apples.  I need 5 more apples to make an apple pie.  How many apples do I need to make the apple pie?) Ã¢Â€Â‹
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  • Learn addition and subtraction facts for numbers up to 10.
Fall
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  • During the winter, first grade students are expected to:
    • Understand how to decompose numbers and use strategies to add and subtract numbers up to 20.
      • decompose means to take apart
         
number bond                         open number line                              ten-frame





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  • Understand how to use addition and subtraction to solve problems that represent situations for taking apart and comparing. (e.g. Isaiah has 2 apples and Jada has 6 apples.  How many more apples does Jada have than Isaiah?
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  • Fluently and accurately add and subtract numbers to 10. (e.g. 7 + 3 = 10 and 10 - 7 = 3)
Winter
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  • During the spring, first grade students are expected to:
    • Understand that the digits in 2-digit numbers represent groups of ten and ones. (place value)
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  • Solve addition and subtraction problems in situations of putting together and comparing to find a missing part . (e.g. There are 12 kittens at the pet store.  8 Kittens are gray and the rest are black.  How many kittens are black?)

  • Become fluent with all combinations that make 10 and subtract from 10, to help students add and subtract numbers within 20 (using strategies) and use their understanding of place value to add and subtract numbers larger than 20. (e.g.,28 + 5, 39 + 20, 74 - 26, 80 - 30)

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Spring
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