NC SCOC Objective & I can statements:

Academic Vocabulary

Teaching Strategies:

Materials needed:

Competency Goal 1: The learner will read, write, and model whole numbers through 99 and compute with whole numbers

1.01a – I can match a number with number words, sets of objects, and other ways of showing that number.




1.01b – I can count objects.




1.01c – I can read and write numbers to 99.




1.01d – I can compare and order sets and numbers.




1.01e – I can count groups of ones and tens to name a number.




1.01f – I can estimate how many objects there are in a set.




1.01g – I can tell whether sets or numbers are equal or not equal




1.02 – I can group and count objects by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s.




1.03 – I can use different strategies to add. I can use different strategies to subtract.

 difference
 addition
 subtraction
 sum (total)



1.04 – I can write word problems. I can solve word problems by drawing pictures.

 number sentence (equation)



Competency Goal 2: The learner will use nonstandard units of measure and tell time.

2.01a – I can choose what to use to measure an object.

 standard (units)
 nonstandard (units)



2.01b – I can estimate size.




2.01c – I can compare objects by their length, weight, and capacity.




2.02a – I can tell time to the hour and halfhour.




2.02b – I can solve problems using a clock and calendar.


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Competency Goal 3: The learner will identify, describe, draw, and build basic geometric figures.

3.01  I can find, build, draw and name parallelograms, squares, trapezoids, and hexagons.




3.02 – I can find, build, and name cylinders, cones, and rectangular prisms.




3.03 – I can tell how shapes are alike and different.




(3.04 Solve problems involving spatial visualization)




Competency Goal 4: The learner will understand and use data and simple probability concepts

4.01 – I can collect, organize, talk about, and show information using line plots and tallies.




4.02 – I can tell when something is certain, impossible, more likely or less likely to happen.

 certain
 impossible
 less likely (unlikely)
 more likely (likely)



Competency Goal 5: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of classification and patterning.

5.01 – I can sort and group objects by two attributes at the same time.

 attribute/characteristics



5.02 – I can use a Venn Diagram to show similarities and differences.




5.03  I can make and continue patterns. I can name the pattern unit. I can change the pattern into numbers, letters, words, or pictures.




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