Math Moves: Step Up Your Math Game Grade 1 is a daily Common Core spiral review with weekly assessments.
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One of the most effective ways to foster mastery and retention of mathematical skills is through a daily cumulative review. Using this spiral review, students are exposed to skills and concepts that touch all 4 mathematical domains each week. By using Math Moves, you will also be able to scaffold instruction to meet the individual needs of each student based on each student’s particular needs.
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Included in this 180 page pack you will find the following:
• Daily Work-Weeks 1-9 have between 4-6 questions each. As the year progresses, then the number of questions will increase.
• Weekly Assessment- A separate weekly assessment page covering the same standards from the daily work; all 4 domains covered every week!
• Answer Keys for daily work and assessment.
• Common Core State Standards listed on each question on the answer key
• Tiered approach-the questions get progressively more rigorous throughout the year
• Questions written to meet the standards for mathematical practice
• CCSS checklist for a visual of when standards are being addressed
Math Moves works great for morning work, but can also be used for homework. It can also be used for older grades as a review or for lower grades as enrichment!
**This is a zipped file- Four PDF files included in the zipped file. You will need to be able to unzip this file to access the documents.***
Please download the preview file to see a sample of Week 1, Test 1 and the answer keys for both.
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