1st graders work on big ideas of mathematics like understanding place value. Students also explore measurement and shapes. They learn many strategies for addition and subtraction first within 20, then within 40, and finally within 100.
In 1st grade, students would be continuing to learn to add and subtract with numbers within 40 to 100. That means they would be working with problems such as 21 + 13 and progressing to a problem like 48 + 33.
To master the critical content, current 1st grade students should complete the following ~40 Zearn Math digital lessons:
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