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Language of Numbers Unit 1 is a consumable workbook for students. The focus is to build a solid understanding of whole numbers leading to fluency in the language of numbers. Please see the long description for details about the content and focus of this workbook.

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Language of Numbers Unit 1 is a consumable workbook for students. The focus is to build a solid understanding of whole numbers leading to fluency in the language of numbers.

With the guidance you provide by following carefully structured lesson plans, students will:

• write the whole numbers.
• learn to print the ten digits.
• add 1, 2, 3, and 4.
• Subtract 1, 2, 3, and 4.
• build vocabulary
• solve equations (number sentences).
• develop a mental image of the number line, reducing reliance on crutches such as finger-counting.
• add 5 or more; understand even and odd numbers.
• solve problems—by adding, by subtracting.
• find the number needed.
• subtract 5 or more.
• set up numbers to acquire an understanding of houses (place value).
• spell the numbers.
• solve problems by finding the number needed.
• learn patterns for solving addition, subtraction, and number-needed problems.
• write story problems involving addition, subtraction, and number needed.
• count by 2s and 5s; tell time; use signholder.
• learn symbols—cents, equals, is greater than, is less than, minus, plus, times.
• measure length, weight, and temperature.
• understand the houses (place value)—tens, hundreds.
• add three numbers; add numbers in the tens house.
• learn the pairs 5+5 through 9+9.
• subtract numbers in the tens house.
• learn the pairs—plus 1, 2, 3, 4—less 1, 2, 3, 4.
• subtract with the pairs.
• find the number needed with the pairs.
• find the sequence of numbers; groups (sets)—joining, separating, equivalent, nonequivalent.
• distinguish numerals from the numbers.
• find the missing number.
• understand greater than, less than.
• explore the commutative property, associative property.
• use parentheses.
• name and rename numbers; understand numbers—even, odd.
• experience fractions—one-half, one-fourth, one-third.
• develop a mental image of fractions.
• experience geometry—a point, line, line segment, square, rectangle, triangle, circle, closed figures—inside, outside.
• listen to directions and apply what they know.
• multiply—with 2, with 3; work with money.
• master 100 addition facts, 100 subtraction facts.