 Understanding the Grade 1 Math Syllabus & How You Can Support Your Child
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. ### Building Number Sense - Counting, Ordering and More or Less Concept

1. Count to 10 in numbers
2. Count to 10 in words
3. To count the number of objects
4. Count to 0
5. Count the number of objects in a given picture
6. Find multiple progression ordinal relationship with greater-than and less-than
7. Concept of more-than using pictorial representation
8. Concept of less-than using pictorial representation
9. Count on to find 1 more
10. Count back to find 1 less
11. Find a number more than another number
12. Find a number less than another number

### Building Number Sense - Arranging and Comparing Numbers

1. Compare the number of objects in two or more sets
2. Compare two numbers within 10
3. Concept of more-than using pictorial representation
4. Concept of less-than using pictorial representation
5. Find number just-before or just-after another number
6. Find number greater than or smaller than another number
7. Use place value to compare two numbers within 20
8. Use place value to compare three numbers within 20
9. Order numbers within 20 by making number patterns
10. Compare two numbers within 40
11. Compare three numbers within 40
12. Compare numbers within 100 when the tens are different
13. Compare numbers within 100 when the tens are equal
14. Find number just-before or just-after another number
15. Identify the greatest or the smallest number from a given number list
16. Identify the greatest or the smallest number from a given number list, and find the final value after one addition.
17. Identify the greatest or the smallest number from a given number list, and find the final value after one subtraction
18. 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

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

### Studying Multiplication

1. Find the product of two numbers using the term groups
2. One-step multiplication problem to find quantity for an item for one person
4. Write multiplication sentences
5. Multiplication within 40
6. Solve word problems involving multiplication within 40

### Understanding Philippine Money and Roman Numeral

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

### Appreciating Geometry and Measurement

1. Tell time to the hour
2. Tell time to the half hour
3. Appropriateness of events at different times of the day
4. Days of the Week
5. Months of the year
6. Measure length using common objects
7. Compare the lengths of two items
8. Compare the lengths of three items
9. Measure items in units
10. Find the total length of two items
11. Find the difference between two items
12. Measure length using different objects
13. Compare height – tall and short
14. Compare length – long and short
15. Use the terms tallest, longest, and shortest
16. Sum numbers involving shapes of circle, triangle, rectangle and square
17. Compare mass using words
18. Count square tiles to find area
19. Use square units and half-square units to measure area
20. Compare the volumes of liquid in containers of the same size
21. Identify pattern formations involving shapes of circle, triangle, rectangle and square
22. Identify pattern formations involving shapes in combination of circle, triangle, rectangle and square
23. Sum numbers involving length of objects
24. Identify 2D shapes
25. Identify 2D shapes from real objects and pictures
26. Grouping shapes by attributes – sides, corners, sizes and colours
27. Complete patterns with 2D shapes
28. Identify three-dimensional shapes

### Building Number Sense - Ordinal Numbers

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

### Building Number Sense - Tens and Ones

1. Use place value charts to show numbers to 20
2. Use place value charts to show numbers to 40
3. Use place value charts to show numbers up to 100

1. Make number bonds for numbers up to 10
2. One-step addition problem involving the total quantity after an event
3. To find total quantity for two characters
4. Addition problem involving two persons with more-than relationship. Find quantity for the 2nd person.
5. Use number bonds to add in any order
6. Count on to add within 10
7. Solve word problems involving addition within 10
8. Adding the parts to find the total
10. One-step addition problem involving the total quantity after an event
12. Add two 1-digit numbers by making 10
13. Solve one-step word problems involving addition
14. Add 1-digit and 2-digit numbers
17. Add three 1-digit numbers within 40
18. One-step addition problem involving the total quantity after an event
19. Add ones to 2-digit numbers within 100 without regrouping
20. Add tens to 2-digit numbers within 100
21. Add 2-digit numbers within 100 without regrouping
22. Add 2-digit numbers within 100 with regrouping
23. One-step addition problem involving the total quantity after an event

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

### Introducing Division

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

### Learning Simple Graphs

1. Find sum using data given in a picture graph
2. Find the sum of particular objects using data given in a picture graph
3. Interpret data in picture graphs
4. 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

1. Make a ten and count on
2. Count to 20 in numbers
3. Count to 20 in words
4. Count the number of objects in a given picture
5. Concept of more-than using pictorial representation
6. Concept of less-than using pictorial representation
7. Find number just-before or just-after another number
8. Find number greater than or smaller than another number
9. Count to 40 in numbers
10. Count to 40 in words
11. Count to 100 in tens
12. Count to 100 in tens and ones

### Building Number Sense - Skip Counting

1. Find the missing number(s) in a given number pattern
2. Find the missing number given a number pattern
3. Find missing numbers in pattern by adding or subtracting

### Subtracting Whole Numbers

1. Use number bonds to subtract
2. Subtract by taking away
3. Count back to subtract within 10
4. Count on to subtract within 10
5. Writing subtraction equations
6. One-step subtraction problem involving the final quantity after an event
7. One-step subtraction problem to find the age difference between two persons
8. Subtraction problem involving two persons with less-than relationship. Find quantity for the 2nd person.
9. Solve word problems involving subtraction by finding the other part
10. Solve word problems involving subtraction by taking away
11. One-step subtraction problem involving the final quantity after an event
12. One-step subtraction problem to find the age difference between two persons
13. Subtract by counting back
14. Subtract to get 10 first
15. Solve one-step word problems involving subtraction
16. Subtract from ones only
17. Subtract from 10 first
18. Subtraction without regrouping
19. Subtraction with regrouping
20. One-step subtraction problem involving the final quantity after an event
21. One-step subtraction problem to find the age difference between two persons
22. One-step subtraction problem involving the final quantity after an event
23. One-step subtraction problem to find the age difference between two persons

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

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

### Recognizing Fraction

1. Recognize the number of unit fractions in one whole
2. Recognize and name a fractional part of a whole

### High-ability - Numbers to 999

1. Add two numbers written as tens and ones
2. Add numbers written as tens (single digit) and ones
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