This 1st Grade MATH resource provides parents and homeschooling families with 324 progressive curriculum questions and answers that align with elementary learning targets and content standards for 1st Grade.
It encompasses math questions related to basic arithmetic, calendar, clock, coins, counting, equations, greater or less than, measurement, money, numbers, odds and evens, ordinals, patterns, place value, range, Roman numerals, shapes, skip counting, sizes, and symbols.
Why Ask Me Smarter? Because it is kid-engaging in that the BRAIN cannot resist a question! Because it is a simplified and stream-lined format in interpreting an elementary school curriculum and prescribed learning targets! Because learning is optimized through progressive questioning and spaced retention! Because many of the questions reflect “I CAN” statements per grade level. Because it is a simple but important resource that serves to empower children with essential knowledge,
Can you count to 100 by 5’s? Which grade comes after first? What number comes next: 2,4,6,__? Is the number 23 odd or even? What is the shape of a racetrack? Which is greater: 60 or 70? What is 9+9? Does 3 + 2 equal 2 + 3? In the number 76, which number is in the 10’s column? How many months are there in one year? When you eat breakfast and get ready for your day, is it a.m. or p.m.? Which is bigger: one cup or one pint? Is a fraction a part or a whole? How many quarters are equal to one dollar? What letter is the Roman numeral for five: V or X? Do you find the range of numbers by subtracting the lowest number from the highest?
Ask Me Smarter! Making Knowledge FUN-da-men-tal!
Donna M. Roszak is a resident of Wisconsin where she lives with her husband and two sons. In between taking care of her family and teaching Spanish, she writes simplified versions of school curriculum guides. She has lived and studied in both Spain and Mexico, and has led student groups to both Spain and Peru.
She believes that all home-schooling families share in her passion for helping children learn and grow, for empowering them with the reinforcement of essential knowledge and facts, and for providing them the tools to become life-long learners and informed members of our global society. Ask Me Smarter! Just the facts, never mind the bells and whistles!