Standards, Goals, and Objectives
Subject: 1st Grade Math
Pennsylvania Standards
2.1.1.A: Demonstrate the relationship between numbers and quantities, including place value, onetoone correspondence, rote counting, counting by twos to 20, counting by tens and fives and comparing values of whole numbers up to 100.
2.2.1.A: Apply concepts of addition and subtraction to solve problems up to ten.
Goal Statement
In the next four weeks, students will learn the relationship between numbers and quantities of whole numbers up to 100 and applying concepts of addition and subtraction to solve problems up to ten.
Goal One: Students will accurately demonstrate their ability to identify and convert place values up to 100.
Objective 1: Students will identify the ones place in any twodigit number 4 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 2: Students will identify the ones place in any threedigit number 3 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 3: Students will identify the tens place in any twodigit number 4 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 4: Students will identify the tens place in any threedigit number 3 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 5: Students will identify the hundreds place in any threedigit number 4 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 6: Students will group single manipulates into groups of tens 4 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 7: Students will group ten long manipulates into one flat with 100% accuracy.
Goal Two: Students will write and orally count from 0 to 100 using the methods of rote counting and count by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s with 90% accuracy.
Objective 1: Students will write numbers 0 to 100 in the correct order with 95% accuracy.
Objective 2: Students will orally count from 0 to 100 to the teacher in the correct order with 100% accuracy.
Objective 3: Students will write numbers 0 to 20 in the correct order counting by 2’s with 90% accuracy.
Objective 4: Students will orally count by 2’s from 0 to 20 with 95% accuracy.
Objective 5: Students will write numbers 0 to 100 in the correct order counting by 5’s with 90% accuracy.
Objective 6: Students will orally count by 5’s from 0 to 100 with 95% accuracy.
Objective 7: Students will write numbers 0 to 100 in the correct order counting by 10’s with 90% accuracy.
Objective 8: Students will orally count by 10’s from 0 to 100 with 100 % accuracy.
Goal three: Students will apply concepts of addition and subtraction to solve problems up to ten with 95% accuracy.
Objective 1: Students will correctly solve 8 out of 10 addition problems with addends no larger than ten.
Objective 2: Students will correctly solve 8 out of 10 subtraction problems with minuends or subtrahends no larger than ten.
Pennsylvania Standards
2.1.1.A: Demonstrate the relationship between numbers and quantities, including place value, onetoone correspondence, rote counting, counting by twos to 20, counting by tens and fives and comparing values of whole numbers up to 100.
2.2.1.A: Apply concepts of addition and subtraction to solve problems up to ten.
Goal Statement
In the next four weeks, students will learn the relationship between numbers and quantities of whole numbers up to 100 and applying concepts of addition and subtraction to solve problems up to ten.
Goal One: Students will accurately demonstrate their ability to identify and convert place values up to 100.
Objective 1: Students will identify the ones place in any twodigit number 4 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 2: Students will identify the ones place in any threedigit number 3 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 3: Students will identify the tens place in any twodigit number 4 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 4: Students will identify the tens place in any threedigit number 3 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 5: Students will identify the hundreds place in any threedigit number 4 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 6: Students will group single manipulates into groups of tens 4 out of 5 times correctly.
Objective 7: Students will group ten long manipulates into one flat with 100% accuracy.
Goal Two: Students will write and orally count from 0 to 100 using the methods of rote counting and count by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s with 90% accuracy.
Objective 1: Students will write numbers 0 to 100 in the correct order with 95% accuracy.
Objective 2: Students will orally count from 0 to 100 to the teacher in the correct order with 100% accuracy.
Objective 3: Students will write numbers 0 to 20 in the correct order counting by 2’s with 90% accuracy.
Objective 4: Students will orally count by 2’s from 0 to 20 with 95% accuracy.
Objective 5: Students will write numbers 0 to 100 in the correct order counting by 5’s with 90% accuracy.
Objective 6: Students will orally count by 5’s from 0 to 100 with 95% accuracy.
Objective 7: Students will write numbers 0 to 100 in the correct order counting by 10’s with 90% accuracy.
Objective 8: Students will orally count by 10’s from 0 to 100 with 100 % accuracy.
Goal three: Students will apply concepts of addition and subtraction to solve problems up to ten with 95% accuracy.
Objective 1: Students will correctly solve 8 out of 10 addition problems with addends no larger than ten.
Objective 2: Students will correctly solve 8 out of 10 subtraction problems with minuends or subtrahends no larger than ten.
Alignment with Standards
Goals
1. Students will accurately demonstrate their ability to identify and convert place values up to 100.
2. Students will write and orally count from 0 to 100 using the methods of rote counting and count by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s with 90% accuracy. 
Standards
2.1.1.A: Demonstrate the relationship between numbers and quantities, including place value, onetoone correspondence, rote counting, counting by twos to 20, counting by tens and fives and comparing values of whole numbers up to 100.
2.1.1.A: Demonstrate the relationship between numbers and quantities, including place value, onetoone correspondence, rote counting, counting by twos to 20, counting by tens and fives and comparing values of whole numbers up to 100.

3. Students will apply concepts of addition and subtraction to solve problems up to ten with 95% accuracy.

2.2.1.A: Apply concepts of addition and subtraction to solve problems up to ten.

The learning goals are appropriate in terms of development because they are aligned with the Pennsylvania Standard Align System for first grade math, which is the targeted population. Also, the learning goals are appropriate in terms of prerequisite knowledge, skills' and other student needs because the learning goals were written in terms of knowledge, skills, and reasoning that are based off of the Standard Align System.
According to the Pennsylvania state kindergarten standard 2.1.K.F. students will have learned how to use concrete objects to solve addition and subtraction problems. This relates with learning goal number three which states students will apply concepts of addition and subtraction to solve problems up to ten with 95% accuracy. According to the Pennsylvania Kindergarten standard 2.1.K.D. students will have learned how to use concrete objects to demonstrate regrouping ones to tens with adult assistance. This relates to our learning goal one which states students will accurately demonstrate the ability to identify and convert place value up to one hundred. The difference between our learning goal and the kindergarten standard would be the removal of the adult assistance. After leaving kindergarten students will have learned how to demonstrate the relationship between numbers and quantities, including rote counting, one to one correspondence, counting by tens, and comparing values of whole numbers up to twenty. According to our second learning goal, students will write and orally count from zero to one hundred using the methods of rote counting, counting by two’s, five’s and ten’s, with 90% accuracy. The difference would be that students are now learning how to count by two’s and five’s not simply by ten’s.
For second grade students should be able to demonstrate the relationship between numbers and quantities including place value, one to one correspondence, rote counting, counting by 2’s,5’s, 10’s and comparing values of whole numbers up to five hundred (2.1.2.A). By using the knowledge that they gained in first grade, mainly that of counting by 2’s and 5’s up to 100, students will count by 2’s and 5’s up to 500. Pennsylvania standards for second grade also state that students will apply place value concepts in base ten numeration to order and compare whole numbers up to five hundred (2.1.2.D). According to our learning goal one students will have demonstrated their ability to identify and convert place value up to one hundred. Second grade standard 2.2.1.B. students should demonstrate strategies for addition and subtraction in order to solve single and double digit addition and subtraction problems. This standards aligns with our learning goal three, which states students will apply concepts of addition and subtraction to solve problems up to ten with 95% accuracy.
For second grade students should be able to demonstrate the relationship between numbers and quantities including place value, one to one correspondence, rote counting, counting by 2’s,5’s, 10’s and comparing values of whole numbers up to five hundred (2.1.2.A). By using the knowledge that they gained in first grade, mainly that of counting by 2’s and 5’s up to 100, students will count by 2’s and 5’s up to 500. Pennsylvania standards for second grade also state that students will apply place value concepts in base ten numeration to order and compare whole numbers up to five hundred (2.1.2.D). According to our learning goal one students will have demonstrated their ability to identify and convert place value up to one hundred. Second grade standard 2.2.1.B. students should demonstrate strategies for addition and subtraction in order to solve single and double digit addition and subtraction problems. This standards aligns with our learning goal three, which states students will apply concepts of addition and subtraction to solve problems up to ten with 95% accuracy.