SMART Math 1 Content


Topics – Section A & B

 Year End Holiday

Semester 1

(Jan – Mar)  

 March Holiday

Semester 1

(Mar – May)

  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Multiply
  • Divide
  • Box Sums
  • Picture Math
  •  Four Operations on
  • Whole Numbers
  • Models on Whole Numbers
  • Alphabetic  Addition / Subtraction)
  • Guess & Check
  • Visual Pattern
  • Number Pattern
  •  Counting Triangles
  • Counting Squares
  • Counting Rectangles
  •  Money & Measure
  • (Addition / Subtraction)
  • Length & Mass
  • Shape Division
  • Perimeter & Area

Mid-Year Holiday

Semester 2
(Jun – Sept)  
 September Holiday 

Semester 2
(Sept – Nov)    

  •  Graph
  • Time
  • Problem Sum on Time
  • Tessellations & Symmetry
  • Problem Sum on Age
  • Problem Sum on Money
  •  Money & Measure
  • (Addition / Subtraction)
  • Length & Mass
  • Guess & Check
  • Replacement Concept
  • Working Backwards
  • Visual Pattern
  • Sticky Puzzles
  • Number Pattern
  •  One Digit Problem Sum on Whole Numbers
  • Listing
  • Counting Routes
  • Number of Terms
  • Summation

# Topics covered are subjected to change depending on the ability of students

Topics – Section C

  Addition within 10

 Addition & Subtraction within 20   Addition & Subtraction within 40

 Addition & Subtraction within 100

  • To find total quantity after one event
  • To find total quantity for two characters
  • Given quantity for one character and quantity relationship, find quantity for another character
  • Given quantity for one character and quantity relationship, find total quantity
  • To find total quantity for two events
  •  Given initial quantity, find final quantity after one addition event
  • Given initial quantity, find final quantity after one subtraction event
  • Given quantity for one character and quantity relationship, find total quantity
  • Given quantity for one character and quantity relationship, find total quantity
  • Given age for two characters, find age difference
  •  Given initial quantity, find final quantity after one addition event
  • Given initial quantity, find final quantity after one subtraction event
  • Given quantity for one character and quantity relationship, find total quantity
  • Given quantity for one character and quantity relationship, find total quantity
  • Given age for two characters, find age difference
  • Given initial quantity, find final quantity after one addition event
  • Given initial quantity, find final quantity after one subtraction event
  • Given quantity for one character and quantity relationship, find total quantity
  • Given quantity for one character and quantity relationship, find total quantity
  • Given age for two characters, find age difference

Subtraction within 10

 Multiplication & Division  Money

 Numbers

  •   Given initial quantity, find final quantity after one event
  • Given quantity for one character and quantity relationship, find quantity for the other character
  • Given quantity for one character and quantity relationship, find total quantity
  • Given two events with less-than relationship, find total quantity
  • Given age for two characters, find age difference
  •  To find the product of two numbers using the term groups
  • Given quantity in each group and number of groups, find total quantity
  • To find the quotient of two numbers using the term groups
  • Given the total quantity and number of characters, find quantity for each character
  • Given number of groups and quantity in each group, find total number after one event
  •  To find total amount in cents
  • To find total amount in dollars
  • Given amount for one character and amount relationship, find total amount for two characters
  • Given amount for one character and amount relationship, find total amount for two characters
  • To find the difference of amount between two characters
  •  Numbers up to 10
  • Numbers up to 20
  • Numbers up to 40
  • Numbers up to 100
  • Ordinal Numbers

 Geometry

 Statistics  Measurement

 

  •  Shapes & Patterns
  •  Picture Graphs
  •  Length
  • Time

# Topics covered are subjected to change depending on the ability of students

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