## Grade 1 Math Curriculum

**Stepping into Grade 1 is a huge milestone for any child.**It’s also important for parents because the first year lays the foundation for upper grade math.

To help your child

**build a strong math foundation**, KooBits’ learning plan gives you all the Grade 1 topics aligned to the

**Philippine DepEd Math Curriculum**.

We have 100,000+ Grade 1 to Grade 6 questions to help your child master the syllabus at their own pace. See how KooBits can get your child learning and practising math today ↓

### Building Number Sense - Counting, Ordering and More or Less Concept

- Count to 10 in numbers
- Count to 10 in words
- To count the number of objects
- Count to 0
- Count the number of objects in a given picture
- Find multiple progression ordinal relationship with greater-than and less-than
- Concept of more-than using pictorial representation
- Concept of less-than using pictorial representation
- Count on to find 1 more
- Count back to find 1 less
- Find a number more than another number
- Find a number less than another number

### Building Number Sense - Arranging and Comparing Numbers

- Compare the number of objects in two or more sets
- Compare two numbers within 10
- Concept of more-than using pictorial representation
- Concept of less-than using pictorial representation
- Find number just-before or just-after another number
- Find number greater than or smaller than another number
- Use place value to compare two numbers within 20
- Use place value to compare three numbers within 20
- Order numbers within 20 by making number patterns
- Compare two numbers within 40
- Compare three numbers within 40
- Compare numbers within 100 when the tens are different
- Compare numbers within 100 when the tens are equal
- Find number just-before or just-after another number
- Identify the greatest or the smallest number from a given number list
- Identify the greatest or the smallest number from a given number list, and find the final value after one addition.
- Identify the greatest or the smallest number from a given number list, and find the final value after one subtraction
- Identify the greatest or the smallest number from a given number list and find the difference

### Working More With Addition and Subtraction - Number to 999

- Identify the greatest or the smallest number from a given number list
- Form smallest/greatest value with 3 given digits
- Use base ten blocks to read and write numbers to 1000
- Count on by 1s to 1000
- Count on by 10s to 1000
- Count on by 100s to 1000
- Use place value charts to show numbers to 1000
- Write numbers to 1000 in numerals
- Compare numbers to 1000
- Order 3-digit numbers
- Find the missing numbers in a pattern
- Write numbers to 1000 in words
- Write numbers to 1000 in expanded form

### Studying Multiplication

- Find the product of two numbers using the term groups
- One-step multiplication problem to find quantity for an item for one person
- Multiplication as repeated addition
- Write multiplication sentences
- Multiplication within 40
- Solve word problems involving multiplication within 40

### Understanding Philippine Money and Roman Numeral

- Recognizing PhP Money
- Comparing Php Money
- Counting PhP Money
- PhP Word Problems
- One-step addition problem involving cents
- One-step addition problem involving dollars
- One-step subtraction problem to find the amount difference (in dollars) between two persons
- Compare amounts of money
- Solve word problems involving adding and subtracting money in dollars only or in cents only

### Appreciating Geometry and Measurement

- Tell time to the hour
- Tell time to the half hour
- Appropriateness of events at different times of the day
- Days of the Week
- Months of the year
- Measure length using common objects
- Compare the lengths of two items
- Compare the lengths of three items
- Measure items in units
- Find the total length of two items
- Find the difference between two items
- Measure length using different objects
- Compare height – tall and short
- Compare length – long and short
- Use the terms tallest, longest, and shortest
- Sum numbers involving shapes of circle, triangle, rectangle and square
- Compare mass using words
- Count square tiles to find area
- Use square units and half-square units to measure area
- Compare the volumes of liquid in containers of the same size
- Identify pattern formations involving shapes of circle, triangle, rectangle and square
- Identify pattern formations involving shapes in combination of circle, triangle, rectangle and square
- Sum numbers involving length of objects
- Identify 2D shapes
- Identify 2D shapes from real objects and pictures
- Grouping shapes by attributes – sides, corners, sizes and colours
- Complete patterns with 2D shapes
- Identify three-dimensional shapes

### Building Number Sense - Ordinal Numbers

- Find ordinal relationship with just-before and just-after
- Find the number in the number list (numerical ordinal terms)
- Find the number in the number list (word ordinal terms)
- Find and compare two numbers in the number list
- Find and add two numbers in the number list
- Find and get the difference from two numbers in the number list
- Use first, second, up to tenth
- Use symbols 1st, 2nd, 3rd, up to 10th
- Use before, after and between to tell position
- Use left, right and next to

### Building Number Sense - Tens and Ones

- Use place value charts to show numbers to 20
- Use place value charts to show numbers to 40
- Use place value charts to show numbers up to 100

### Adding the Whole Numbers

- Make number bonds for numbers up to 10
- One-step addition problem involving the total quantity after an event
- To find total quantity for two characters
- Addition problem involving two persons with more-than relationship. Find quantity for the 2nd person.
- Use number bonds to add in any order
- Count on to add within 10
- Solve word problems involving addition within 10
- Adding the parts to find the total
- Writing addition equations
- One-step addition problem involving the total quantity after an event
- Add by counting on
- Add two 1-digit numbers by making 10
- Solve one-step word problems involving addition
- Add 1-digit and 2-digit numbers
- Addition without regrouping
- Addition with regrouping
- Add three 1-digit numbers within 40
- One-step addition problem involving the total quantity after an event
- Add ones to 2-digit numbers within 100 without regrouping
- Add tens to 2-digit numbers within 100
- Add 2-digit numbers within 100 without regrouping
- Add 2-digit numbers within 100 with regrouping
- One-step addition problem involving the total quantity after an event

### Working More With Addition and Subtraction - Addition within 999

- Two-step problem involving two persons with more-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 10)
- Two-step problem involving two events with more-than relationship. Find total quantity for both events (up to 10)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with more-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 20)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with more-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 40)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with more-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 100)
- One-step addition problem involving total quantity after an event
- Two-step problem involving two persons with either more-than or less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons
- Add 1-digit numbers to 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Add 2-digit numbers to 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Add 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Add up to 3-digit numbers with regrouping in ones
- Add up to 3-digit numbers with regrouping in tens
- Add up to 3-digit numbers with regrouping in tens and ones

### Introducing Division

- Find the quotient of two numbers using the term groups
- One-step division problem to find quantity for item each person gets after sharing equally
- Divide by sharing
- Divide by grouping
- Solve word problems involving division within 20
- Division within 20

### Learning Simple Graphs

- Find sum using data given in a picture graph
- Find the sum of particular objects using data given in a picture graph
- Interpret data in picture graphs
- Describe the data presented in a picture graph using ‘most’, ‘least’, ‘greatest’, ‘smallest’, ‘as much as’, and ‘as many as’

### Building Number Sense - Counting Numbers from 1 to 100

- Make a ten and count on
- Count to 20 in numbers
- Count to 20 in words
- Count the number of objects in a given picture
- Concept of more-than using pictorial representation
- Concept of less-than using pictorial representation
- Find number just-before or just-after another number
- Find number greater than or smaller than another number
- Count to 40 in numbers
- Count to 40 in words
- Count to 100 in tens
- Count to 100 in tens and ones

### Building Number Sense - Skip Counting

- Find the missing number(s) in a given number pattern
- Find the missing number given a number pattern
- Find missing numbers in pattern by adding or subtracting

### Subtracting Whole Numbers

- Use number bonds to subtract
- Subtract by taking away
- Count back to subtract within 10
- Count on to subtract within 10
- Writing subtraction equations
- One-step subtraction problem involving the final quantity after an event
- One-step subtraction problem to find the age difference between two persons
- Subtraction problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find quantity for the 2nd person.
- Solve word problems involving subtraction by finding the other part
- Solve word problems involving subtraction by taking away
- One-step subtraction problem involving the final quantity after an event
- One-step subtraction problem to find the age difference between two persons
- Subtract by counting back
- Subtract to get 10 first
- Solve one-step word problems involving subtraction
- Subtract from ones only
- Subtract from 10 first
- Subtraction without regrouping
- Subtraction with regrouping
- One-step subtraction problem involving the final quantity after an event
- One-step subtraction problem to find the age difference between two persons
- One-step subtraction problem involving the final quantity after an event
- One-step subtraction problem to find the age difference between two persons

### Working More With Addition and Subtraction - Subtraction within 999

- Two-step problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 10)
- Two-step problem involving two events with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both events (up to 10)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 20)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 40)
- Two-step problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons (up to 100)
- One-step problem involving the total quantity after an event
- Two-step problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find total quantity for both persons
- Subtract ones from 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Subtract 2-digit numbers from 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Subtract 3-digit numbers without regrouping
- Subtract 3-digit numbers with regrouping in tens and ones
- Subtract 3-digit numbers with regrouping in hundreds and tens
- Subtract 3-digit numbers with regrouping in hundreds, tens and ones
- Subtract within 1000 across zeros

### Recognizing Fraction

- Recognize the number of unit fractions in one whole
- Recognize and name a fractional part of a whole

### High-ability - Numbers to 999

- Add two numbers written as tens and ones
- Add numbers written as tens (single digit) and ones
- Add numbers written as tens (two digits) and ones

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