|Category: Grade 1|
Tessa, Dan, and Aida are playing with their stickers. They want to learn how objects are classified. There are many ways how objects are classified. How will they classify their stickers? Will they classify it by color? By shape? By size? Or by the number of corners?
Ed joins his friends Dan, Tessa, and Aida to classify their stickers according to a given condition. One such condition is classifying their objects according to the number of dots on the stickers. Another is classifying the objects into those with corners and those without corners.
Ed, Dan, Tessa, and Aida are picking guavas in Dan’s garden. Each one of them picks their own number of guavas. They each compare how many guavas they have. They soon learn how to compare sets of objects and numbers.
Inside the classroom, the teacher is teaching the students how to form sets of objects. The students try to form a set by the number of objects they have. They form other sets with equal or different number of objects and compare them to one another.
The children are at the park, sitting on a mat with their bags containing their food. The children brought different kinds of food like sandwiches, juice, and fruit. They try to arrange their sets of food from least to greatest and from greatest to least. They learn about ordering sets of objects and numbers.
At school, Ed, Aida, Tessa, Dan and their teacher are inside a kiosk preparing for their 15th foundation week celebration. The students are assigned to make a string of flaglets to be hung along the corridors and to prepare different arrangements of flaglets using two colors. The students arrange the shapes in different ways and learn how to find the missing shapes or numbers.
Inside the classroom, the teacher is teaching the students how to find the missing digits using subtraction. The students were given a combination of missing digits to solve. The students find and solve the missing digits in number sentences involving subtraction of whole numbers.
Ed, Tessa, Aida, and Dan join the “hit the pot” game during their school fair. They each collect their number of candies. A pair of students combined their candies that add up to the same sum even if the two numbers were alternated. The students learn how to express a number as a sum of two whole numbers.
The children gather around a table in the math garden. The children remembered their last lesson about expressing a number as a sum of two numbers and thought of trying to find the missing addends or sum.
At the school canteen, Ed, Tessa, Aida, and Dan spend their allowance to buy their favorite food. They each buy a pair of snack which add up to their respective total amounts. They compared who spent the most and who spent the least. They learned about subtracting whole numbers involving money.