Math
                                                

GO Math! is the new Kindergarten – Grade 6

elementary mathematics program developed by

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt to support the

Common Core State Standards. There is an emphasis

on critical math areas, depth of understanding,

interactive lessons, and great teacher and student

resources.

 

Operations and Algebraic

Thinking

Critical Area: Developing understanding of

addition, subtraction, and strategies for addition

and subtraction within 20

Chapter 1 Addition Concepts

1.1 Algebra: Use Pictures to Add To

1.2 Hands On: Model Adding To

1.3 Hands On: Model Putting Together

1.4 Problem Solving: Model Addition

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

1.5 Algebra: Add Zero

1.6 Hands On: Algebra • Add in Any Order

1.7 Hands On: Algebra • Put Together Numbers to 10

1.8 Addition to 10

Chapter 1 Review/Test

Performance Task

Chapter 2 Subtraction Concepts

2.1 Use Pictures to Show Taking From

2.2 Hands On: Model Taking From

2.3 Hands On: Model Taking Apart

2.4 Problem Solving: Model Subtraction

2.5 Use Pictures and Subtraction to Compare

2.6 Hands On: Subtract to Compare

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

2.7 Subtract All or Zero

2.8 Hands On: Algebra • Take Apart Numbers

2.9 Subtraction from 10 or Less

Chapter 2 Review/Test

Performance Task

Chapter 3 Addition Strategies

3.1 Algebra: Add in Any Order

3.2 Count On

3.3 Hands On: Add Doubles

3.4 Hands On: Use Doubles to Add

3.5 Hands On: Doubles Plus 1 and Doubles Minus 1

3.6 Practice the Strategies

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

3.7 Hands On: Add 10 and More

3.8 Hands On: Make a 10 to Add

3.9 Use Make a Ten to Add

3.10 Hands On: Algebra: Add 3 Numbers

3.11 Algebra: Add 3 Numbers

3.12 Problem Solving: Use Addition Strategies

Chapter 3 Review/Test

Performance Task

Chapter 4 Subtraction Strategies

4.1 Count Back

4.2 Hands On: Think Addition to Subtract

4.3 Use Think Addition to Subtract

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

4.4 Hands On: Make a 10 to Subtract

4.5 Break Apart to Subtract

4.6 Problem Solving: Use Subtraction Strategies

Chapter 4 Review/Test

Performance Task

Chapter 5 Addition and Subtraction Relationships

5.1 Problem Solving: Add or Subtract

5.2 Hands On: Record Related Facts

5.3 Identify Related Facts

5.4 Use Addition to Check Subtraction

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

5.5 Hands On: Algebra • Missing Numbers

5.6 Algebra: Use Related Facts

5.7 Choose an Operation

5.8 Hands On: Algebra • Ways to Make Numbers to 20

5.9 Algebra: Equal and Not Equal

5.10 Basic Facts to 20

Chapter 5 Review/Test

Performance Task

Number and Operations

in Base Ten

Critical Area: Developing understanding of whole

number relationships and place value, including

grouping in tens and ones

Chapter 6 Count and Model Numbers

6.1 Count by Ones to 120

6.2 Count by Tens to 120

6.3 Understand Ten and Ones

6.4 Hands On: Make Ten and Ones

6.5 Hands On: Tens

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

6.6 Hands On: Tens and Ones to 50

6.7 Hands On: Tens and Ones to 100

6.8 Problem Solving: Show Numbers in Different Way

6.9 Model, Read and Write Numbers from 100 to 110

6.10 Model, Read, and Write Numbers from 110 to 120

Chapter 6 Review/Test

Performance Task

Chapter 7 Compare Numbers

7.1 Hands On: Algebra • Greater Than

7.2 Hands On: Algebra • Less Than

7.3 Hands On: Algebra • Use Symbols to Compare

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

7.4 Problem Solving: Compare Numbers

7.5 Hands On: 10 Less, 10 More

Chapter 7 Review/Test

Performance Task

Chapter 8 Two-Digit Addition and Subtraction

8.1 Add and Subtract within 20

8.2 Hands On: Add Tens

8.3 Hands On: Subtract Tens

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

8.4 Use a Hundred Chart to Add

8.5 Hands On: Use Models to Add

8.6 Hands On: Make Ten to Add

8.7 Hands On: Use Place Value to Add

8.8 Problem Solving: Addition Word Problems

8.9 Practice Addition and Subtraction

Chapter 8 Review/Test

Performance Task

Measurement and Data

Critical Areas : Developing understanding of linear

measurement and measuring lengths as iterating

length units

Chapter 9 Measurement

9.1 Hands On: Order Length

9.2 Indirect Measurement

9.3 Hands On: Use Nonstandard Units to Measure Length

9.4 Hands On: Make a Nonstandard Measuring Tool

9.5 Problem Solving: Measure and Compare

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

9.6 Time to the Hour

9.7 Time to the Half Hour

9.8 Hands On: Tell Time to the Hour and Half Hour

9.9 Practice Time to the Hour and Half Hour

Chapter 9 Review/Test

Performance Task

Chapter 10 Represent Data

10.1 Read Picture Graphs

10.2 Hands On: Make Picture Graphs

10.3 Read Bar Graphs

10.4 Hands On: Make Bar Graphs

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

10.5 Read Tally Charts

10.6 Hands On: Make Tally Charts

10.7 Problem Solving: Represent Data

Chapter 10 Review/Test

Performance Task

Geometry

Critical Area : Reasoning about attributes of, and

composing and decomposing geometric shapes

Chapter 11 Three-Dimensional Geometry

11.1 Hands On: Three-Dimensional Shapes

11.2 Combine Three-Dimensional Shapes

11.3 Make New Three-Dimensional Shapes

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

11.4 Problem Solving: Take Apart Three-

Dimensional Shapes

11.5 Hands On: Two-Dimensional Shapes on Three-

Dimensional Shapes

Chapter 11 Review/Test

Performance Task

Chapter 12 Two-Dimensional Geometry

12.1 Sort Two-Dimensional Shapes

12.2 Hands On: Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes

12.3 Hands On: Combine Two-Dimensional Shapes

12.4 Combine More Shapes

12.5 Problem Solving: Make New Two-Dimensional Shapes

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

12.6 Find Shapes in Shapes

12.7 Take Apart Two-Dimensional Shapes

12.8 Equal or Unequal Parts

12.9 Halves

12.10 Fourths

Chapter 12 Review/Test

Performance Task