Sansu Math® Teacher's Guide 1A
Sansu Math® Teacher's Guide 1A Sansu Math® Teacher's Guide 1A Sansu Math® Teacher's Guide 1A Sansu Math® Teacher's Guide 1A

Sansu Math® Teacher's Guide 1A

Grade 1

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Each unit of the Teacher's Guide begins with a unit overview that provides a discussion of core mathematical ideas, explanation of the learning trajectory for the unit and for the topic (across units), identification of key points, and ways to support students having difficulties with the unit.

The Teacher's Guides include full-color images of each page of the student textbook with overlaid answers, mirrored by a teacher’s page with lesson notes. These provide specific pedagogical suggestions, including hatsumon (key questions or problems to pose to students), anticipated responses, strategies to support student thinking, and assessment perspectives. 

Lesson plans are complemented by carefully-crafted instructional boards which guide students through the units. The Teacher's Guides place an emphasis on recognizing the student's experience, incorporating varied perspectives from student characters and encouraging young learners to make discoveries on their own.

Teacher's Guides are spiral bound books designed to lay flat, and include examples of blackboard organization that can be projected using classroom technology. 

Sansu Math® Teacher's Guide 1A is written for use with Sansu Math® Grade 1 student textbook for units 1-11.

  • Table of Contents

          Introduction to Sansu Math
         Teacher's Guide 1A
    1. Making Groups and Numbers
    2. Ordinal Numbers
    3. Two Numbers Together
    4. Adding Together and Adding More
    5. What is Left and What is the Difference?
    6. Numbers Greater Than 10
    7. Time -- Hour and Half-Hour
    8. Organizing Information
    9. Which One is Longer?
    10. Calculation of Three Numbers
    11. Which One Has More?

Download Sample Chapter:

Unit 10: Calculation of Three Numbers
This is a watermarked PDF which you may download and print for review purposes only.

Students can use flower-shaped counters and other manipulatives similar to those used by students in the book with the Math Block Set, which is similar to those used in Japan.

Learn more about the Math Block Set (click here to view it in our store).