Amber in AUS Posted April 5, 2009 Share Posted April 5, 2009 I have Math on the Level and we have been using the beginning math students pages but we are further along than that now so I decided it was high time I devised my scope & sequence so I had some idea what i was doing :lol: So, here is my scope & sequence can you please let me know if there is anything obvious in the wrong order. Or anything which has not been covered and should be before algebra. Math Scope & Sequence 1. Beginning counting 2. One to one correspondence 3. Recognising numbers 4. Writing numbers 5. Sequencing numbers 6. One digit addition 7. One digit subtraction 8. Position and direction (first, last) 9. Ordinal numbers, naming positions 10. Roman numerals 11. Patterns 12. Basic shapes 13. Measurement instructions 14. Measuring length 15. Measuring weight 16. Measuring volume/capacity 17. Adding three or more numbers 18. Skip counting, 2s, 5s, 10s 19. Multiplication with manipulatives 20. Dividing into groups with manipulatives 21. Matching objects 22. Half and whole 23. Getting familiar with fractions 24. Telling time 25. Numbers to 1000 26. Math symbols <, >, = 27. Vertical & horizontal formats 28. Multiple digit addition (no regrouping) 29. Multi digit subtraction (no regrouping) 30. Identify and count money 31. Addition/subtraction relationship 32. Addition with regrouping 33. Subtraction with regrouping 34. Two math languages (metric imperial) 35. Introducing metric units 36. Customary equivalent chart 37. One digit multiplication (no regrouping) 38. Simple division 39. One digit division 40. Variable for the answer 41. One digit multiplication with regroup 42. One digit division (small steps) 43. Add or subtract with cent or dollar sign 44. Place value with dollars and cents 45. Tenths and hundredths 46. Add or subtract with $ and decimal point 47. Fractions- parts of equal size 48. Fractions- Â½, 1/3, Â¼, 1/8 49. Positive and negative numbers 50. Multiple digit multiplication 51. Order of operations 52. Add or subtract with decimal point 53. Making change for amounts under $1 54. Making change for any amount 55. Large numbers to billions 56. Multiplying money 57. Multiplying with decimals 58. Dividing with $ and decimal point 59. Commutative property 60. Associative property 61. Different ways to show multiplication 62. Square and exponents 63. Expanded notation 64. Multiples 65. Primes, composite numbers and factoring 66. Prime factorisation and factor trees 67. Common factors 68. Adding positive and negative numbers 69. Subtracting positive and negative numbers 70. Time equivalents (reference page) 71. Adding and subtracting time 72. Measuring temperature 73. Fractions that are equal to one 74. Fractions â€“ 2/3, Â¾, 3/8, 5/8, 7/8 75. Add or subtract fractions (like denominators) 76. Co-ordinate planes 77. Geometric figures 78. Perimeter of a closed geometric figure 79. Area of a rectangle 80. Volume or a cube or rectangular prism 81. Area of a triangle 82. Area of a parallelogram 83. Pi and circumference of a circle 84. Area of a circle 85. Add or subtract fractions (unlike denominators) 86. Comparing fractions 87. Changing improper fractions to mixed numbers 88. Changing mixed numbers to improper fractions 89. The protractor and compass 90. Drawing angles 91. Drawing shapes 92. Learning and reading decimals 93. Percents, fractions and decimals 94. Converting percents, decimals and fractions 95. Ordering and comparing decimals 96. Add or subtract decimals 97. Rounding decimals 98. Dividing with decimals 99. Congruent angles and proportion 100. Converting between customary units 101. Learning metric units 102. Metric/customary conversion (reference page) 103. Metric and customary unit conversion 104. Area of a complex figure 105. Volume of a cylinder of right angle prism 106. Large numbers to trillions 107. Rounding and estimating 108. Place value (advanced) 109. Shortcut division (optional) 110. Divisible by rules or factor rules 111. Different ways to show division 112. Checking division by multiplying 113. Dividing- two or more digits in divisor 114. Repeating decimals 115. Division- writing remainders three ways 116. Multiplying fractions 117. Reducing fractions to their simplest form 118. Adding mixed numbers (like denominators) 119. Subtracting mixed numbers (like denominators) 120. Add or subtract mixed numbers (unlike denominators) 121. Multiplying mixed numbers 122. Surface area of a 3D figure 123. Arcs and sectors 124. Geometry words (reference page) 125. Reciprocals (multiplication inverse) 126. Understanding ratios and proportions 127. Cross products 128. Rates 129. Using ratios and proportions 130. Average (mean) 131. Mean, median, mode and range 132. Manipulating equations 133. Square roots 134. Scientific notations and powers of ten 135. The distributive property 136. Computing with powers of 10 137. Multiplying and dividing negative numbers 138. Solving for variables 139. Graphing equations 140. Mixed numbers and the distributive property 141. Dividing by fractions 142. Dividing by mixed numbers 143. Multiply or divide by converting to decimals 144. Probability 145. Computing interest 146. Computing tax Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

sweetbaby Posted April 5, 2009 Share Posted April 5, 2009 Wow! Looks pretty great to me. You definitely put some time and effort into it. (big applause) :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Rosie_0801 Posted April 5, 2009 Share Posted April 5, 2009 Lol. I started trying to put Carlita's concept chart into flow chart format. I'll let you know if I ever finish it! :) Rosie Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Amber in AUS Posted April 5, 2009 Author Share Posted April 5, 2009 Bump, anyone else have any comments? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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