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1 Virginia State Standards Alignments for Mathematics Providing rigorous mathematics intervention for K-8 learners with unparalleled precision

2 K.1 The student, given two sets, each containing 10 or fewer concrete objects, will identify and describe one set as having more, fewer, or the same number of members as the other set, using the concept of one-to-one correspondence. K.2.a K.2.b The student, given a set containing 15 or fewer concrete objects, will tell how many are in the set by counting the number of objects orally. The student, given a set containing 15 or fewer concrete objects, will write the numeral to tell how many are in the set. Identify a set with the same number of objects SMMA_LO_00922 as a given set (1 to 5 objects). Identify a group with more objects than a given SMMA_LO_00923 group (1 to 5 objects). Identify a group with fewer objects than a given SMMA_LO_00924 group (1 to 5 objects). Make a set with the same number of objects as SMMA_LO_00926 a given set (1 to 5 objects). Make a group with one more object than a given SMMA_LO_00927 group (one to five objects). Make a group with one fewer object than a given SMMA_LO_00928 group (1 to 5 objects). Make a group with the same number of objects SMMA_LO_00929 as a given group (6 to 9 objects). Make a group with one more object than a given SMMA_LO_00930 group (six to nine objects). Make a group with one fewer object than a given SMMA_LO_00931 group (6 to 9 objects). Create a set with the same, more, or fewer SMMA_LO_00953 number of objects than a given group (1 to 9 objects). Create a set with one more object than a given SMMA_LO_00954 set (1 to 9 objects). Create a set with one fewer object than a given SMMA_LO_00955 set (1 to 9 objects). Identify the group with the greatest number of SMMA_LO_00959 shapes of a given type (1 to 6). R: Match objects to show a one-to-one SMMA_LO_00921 correspondence (2 to 5 objects). R: Move objects to show a one-to-one SMMA_LO_00925 correspondence (1 to 5 objects). Match a digit to a set with that number of objects SMMA_LO_00934 (0 to 5). Identify the group of objects that represent a SMMA_LO_00956 number (1 to 5 objects). Identify the number of objects for a word name. SMMA_LO_00964 (1 to 9 objects). Count objects by pairing each object with one SMMA_LO_02093 number 1 to 10; determine how many objects there are when 1 more is added. R: Make a group with one to five objects. SMMA_LO_00938 R: Make a group with 6 to 9 objects. SMMA_LO_00945 Enter the number shown (1 to 5). SMMA_LO_00932 Count objects arranged in a row (1-5 objects). SMMA_LO_00933 Count objects not arranged in a row (1 to 5 SMMA_LO_00935 objects). Count specific objects within a larger set (1 to 6 SMMA_LO_00936 objects). Find the next number in a sequence, counting by SMMA_LO_ 's (1 to 5). Enter the number shown (1 to 9). SMMA_LO_00942 Count objects not arranged in a row (6 to 9 SMMA_LO_00943 objects). Find the next number in a sequence, counting by SMMA_LO_ 's (1 to 9).

3 K.2.b K.2.c The student, given a set containing 15 or fewer concrete objects, willselect the corresponding numeral from a given set of numerals. K.3 The student, given an ordered set of ten objects and/or pictures, will indicate the ordinal position of each object, first through tenth, and the ordered position of each object. K.4.a K.4.b K.4.c K.6 The student, given a set containing 15 or fewer concrete objects, will write the numeral to tell how many are in the set. The student will count forward to 100 and backward from 10. The student will identify one more than a number and one less than a number. The student will count by fives and tens to 100. The student will model adding and subtracting whole numbers, using up to 10 concrete objects. Count objects arranged in a row (one to nine SMMA_LO_00957 objects). Count specific objects within a larger set (6 to 9 SMMA_LO_00958 objects). Count objects by pairing each object with one SMMA_LO_02092 number 1 to 10; determine how many objects there are. Identify the group of objects that is 1 to 5 SMMA_LO_00701 nonstandard units long or tall. Identify a number from a spoken number (1 to SMMA_LO_ ). Identify a number from a spoken number (6 to SMMA_LO_ ). R: Enter the number shown (0 to 4). SMMA_LO_00001 R: Enter the number shown (5 to 9). SMMA_LO_00002 Identify the nth object in a sequence (first to SMMA_LO_00941 fifth). Identify the ordinal word for the nth object in a SMMA_LO_00968 sequence (first to fifth). Find the next number in a sequence, counting by SMMA_LO_ 's (1 to 5). Order four numbers from least to greatest (1 to SMMA_LO_ ). Find a missing number in a sequence, counting SMMA_LO_00951 by 1's (1 to 20). Find a missing number in a sequence, counting SMMA_LO_00960 by 1's (1 to 9). Find a missing number in a sequence, counting SMMA_LO_00970 by 1's (10 to 20). Find a missing number in a sequence, counting SMMA_LO_00982 by 1's (11 to 50). Find a missing number in a sequence, counting SMMA_LO_00983 by 1's (51 to 99). Identify four numbers ordered from least to SMMA_LO_00985 greatest (two-digit). Find the number that comes before a given SMMA_LO_00949 number, counting by 1's (1 to 9). Find a number that is one fewer or one greater SMMA_LO_00962 than a given number (1 to 9). Find a number that is one less or one more than SMMA_LO_00984 a given number (two-digit). Subtract 1 from a number (two-digit minuends, SMMA_LO_01427 no regrouping). Find a missing number in a sequence, counting SMMA_LO_00971 by 10's (10 to 100, visual support). Find a missing number in a sequence, counting SMMA_LO_00981 by 10's (10 to 100). Count two set of objects to find the total (sums 2 SMMA_LO_00005 to 5). Count two sets of objects to find the total (sums SMMA_LO_ to 10). Add using basic math facts displayed SMMA_LO_00013 horizontally (sums 6 to 10). Add 1 to a number (sums 1 to 10). SMMA_LO_00015

5 K.9 The student will tell time to the hour, using analog and digital clocks. K.10 The student will compare two objects or events, using direct comparisons or nonstandard units of measure, according to one or more of the following attributes: length (shorter, longer), height (taller, shorter), weight (heavier, lighter), temperature (hotter, colder). Examples of nonstandard units include foot length, hand span, new pencil, paper clip, and block. K.11.a The student will identify, describe, and trace plane geometric figures (circle, triangle, square, and rectangle). K.11.b The student will compare the size (larger, smaller) and shape of plane geometric figures (circle, triangle, square, and rectangle). Tell time to the hour using an analog clock. SMMA_LO_00714 Tell time to the hour using digital and analog SMMA_LO_00716 clocks. R: Identify the hour or minute hand of a clock. SMMA_LO_00697 Match objects of the same height (3 heights). SMMA_LO_00687 Match objects of the same length (3 lengths). SMMA_LO_00688 Given 3 objects, Identify the shortest or longest SMMA_LO_00693 object. Identify the tallest object. SMMA_LO_00694 Identify the objects that are taller or shorter than SMMA_LO_00743 a nonstandard unit. Identify which familiar object is heavier. SMMA_LO_00781 R: Identify the object that is a different length. SMMA_LO_00709 R: Identify the object that is a different height. SMMA_LO_00712 Identify circles or squares by name. Identify triangles or rectangles by name. Identify a geometric figure (circle, triangle, rectangle, or square). Identify circles or squares by name. Identify triangles or rectangles by name. Identify 3-, 4-, and 5-sided figures. Identify a shape by two positive tests, e.g., red, circle. Match a geometric figure to its name (circle, triangle, square, or rectangle). Identify the object modeled by a geometric figure. Identify the figure that is not of a given type (rectangle or triangle). Count the geometric figures in a picture. SMMA_LO_00529 SMMA_LO_00530 SMMA_LO_00531 SMMA_LO_00544 SMMA_LO_00546 SMMA_LO_00550 SMMA_LO_00565 SMMA_LO_00568 SMMA_LO_00570 SMMA_LO_00571 SMMA_LO_00572 Match simple geometric figures that have the SMMA_LO_00514 same size, shape, and color. Match geometric figures that have the same size SMMA_LO_00516 and shape (simple figures). Move puzzle pieces to complete a puzzle (2 SMMA_LO_00534 pieces). Match congruent irregular polygons. SMMA_LO_00545 Identify the figure with a different shape. Match a shape to a picture containing that shape. Identify shapes that are alike. Identify the figure that has a different number of sides from a given figure. Match similar figures in different orientations. Identify figures with more or fewer than a given number of sides. Identify the rectangle with the same size and shape as a given rectangle. Identify the smaller or bigger rectangle. SMMA_LO_00547 SMMA_LO_00548 SMMA_LO_00549 SMMA_LO_00553 SMMA_LO_00566 SMMA_LO_00587 SMMA_LO_00736 SMMA_LO_00747

6 K.12 The student will describe the location of one object relative to another (above, below, next to) and identify representations of plane geometric figures (circle, triangle, square, and rectangle) regardless of their positions and orientations in space. K.13 The student will gather data by counting and tallying. K.15 The student will sort and classify objects according to attributes. 1.1.a The student will count from 0 to 100 and write the corresponding numerals. 1.1.b The student will group a collection of up to 100 objects into tens and ones and write the corresponding numeral to develop an understanding of place value. Identify the object on the top, in the middle, or on SMMA_LO_00524 the bottom. Identify the object on the left or the right. SMMA_LO_00525 Identify the picture on the left or right. SMMA_LO_00526 Identify the object inside or outside a convex SMMA_LO_00532 figure. Identify the object that is the top, middle or SMMA_LO_00540 bottom one. Identify the object that is the top, middle, or SMMA_LO_00543 bottom one. Determine whether points are outside, inside, or SMMA_LO_00552 on a geometric figure. Identify the object that is near or far from another SMMA_LO_00574 object. Identify objects inside or outside a convex figure. SMMA_LO_00575 Identify the object behind or in front of another SMMA_LO_00584 object in a three-dimensional perspective. R: Match each set of tally marks to a total (1 to SMMA_LO_ ). Match pictures that are identical. SMMA_LO_00515 Match pictures with shapes that are alike. SMMA_LO_00517 Match the face of a geometric solid to a plane SMMA_LO_00518 figure. Match similar irregular polygons. SMMA_LO_00555 Identify matching congruent figures under SMMA_LO_00557 rotation and/or reflection. Classify geometric figures by a shape attribute. SMMA_LO_00576 Formulate questions around numerical data. SMMA_LO_01642 R: Identify the figure that is a different color from SMMA_LO_00541 a given figure. R: Identify a pair of objects that are not the same SMMA_LO_00692 size. R: Identify the biggest or smallest object. SMMA_LO_00695 Identify a number, model, or word with the same SMMA_LO_00965 value (1 to 9). Identify a written number from a spoken number SMMA_LO_00977 (two-digit). Enter the number for a word name (two-digit). SMMA_LO_01001 Find the number of a set of objects (grouped SMMA_LO_00976 tens and ones; two-digit). Show a number using base-ten blocks (twodigit). SMMA_LO_00978 Enter the number equal to a given number of SMMA_LO_00979 ones and tens (0 to 9 tens, 1 to 9 ones). Decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones SMMA_LO_02094 and some further ones. Compose numbers from 11 to 19 given ten ones SMMA_LO_02095 and some further ones by using objects. R: Find a number equal to 2 to 9 ones. SMMA_LO_00972 R: Enter the number equal to 1 to 9 ones. SMMA_LO_00973 R: Enter the number equal to 1 to 9 tens. SMMA_LO_00974 R: Enter the number of tens for a given multiple of ten (10 to 90). SMMA_LO_00975

8 1.5 The student will recall basic addition facts with sums to 18 or less and the corresponding subtraction facts. Add using basic math facts displayed SMMA_LO_00042 horizontally (sums 10 to 18). Add 9 to a number (sums 10 to 18). SMMA_LO_00045 Find the missing addend in a number sentence SMMA_LO_00048 (sums 10 to 18). Find the missing addend in a number sentence SMMA_LO_00052 (three addends, sums 1 to 9). Find the missing addend in a number sentence SMMA_LO_00066 (three addends, sums 10 to 19). Complete fact families with four facts (sums 3 to SMMA_LO_ ). Solve for c in a + b = c (sums 0 to 9). SMMA_LO_00323 Solve for c in a - b = c (differences 1 to 9). SMMA_LO_00324 Solve for c in a + b = c (sums 10 to 18). SMMA_LO_00327 Solve for c in a - b = c (differences 1 to 9). SMMA_LO_00329 Solve for a or b in a + b = c (sums 0 to 9). SMMA_LO_00330 Solve for a or b in a - b = c (differences 0 to 9). SMMA_LO_00331 Solve for a or b in a + b = c (sums 10 to 18). SMMA_LO_00332 Solve for a or b in a - b = c (differences 0 to 18). SMMA_LO_00333 Identify a missing number in an addition and SMMA_LO_01035 subtraction fact family. Use guess and check to solve an addition and SMMA_LO_01240 subtraction problem (basic facts). Subtract using basic math facts displayed SMMA_LO_01415 horizontally (minuends 0 to 5). Subtract using basic math facts (minuends 0 to SMMA_LO_ ). Subtract using basic math facts displayed SMMA_LO_01417 horizontally (minuends 6 to 9). Subtract using basic math facts (minuends 6 to SMMA_LO_ ). Subtract using basic math facts (minuends 1 to SMMA_LO_ ). Subtract using basic math facts (differences are SMMA_LO_ ). Subtract 1 from a number (minuends 1 to 9). SMMA_LO_01421 Subtract a number from 10 (subtrahends 1 to 9). SMMA_LO_01424 Subtract a number from its double (differences 1 SMMA_LO_01425 to 9). Subtract using basic math facts displayed SMMA_LO_01429 horizontally (minuends 10 to 14, subtrahends 1 to 9). Subtract (student choice, minuends 10 to 15, SMMA_LO_01430 subtrahends 0 to 5, no regrouping). Find the missing subtrahend in a subtraction SMMA_LO_01432 number sentence (minuends 0 to 9). Subtract using basic math facts (student choice, SMMA_LO_01433 minuends 16 to 19, subtrahends 1 to 9). Subtract using basic math facts (minuends 15 to SMMA_LO_ , subtrahends 6 to 9). Subtract using basic math facts (minuends 11 to SMMA_LO_ , subtrahends 1 to 8). Subtract using basic math facts (minuends 11 to SMMA_LO_ , subtrahends 1 to 9).

11 1.8 The student will tell time to the halfhour, using analog and digital clocks. 1.9 The student will use nonstandard units to measure length, weight/mass, and volume a The student will compare, using the concepts of more, less, and equivalent, the volumes of two given containers The student will identify and trace, describe, and sort plane geometric figures (triangle, square, rectangle, and circle) according to number of sides, vertices, and right angles The student will construct, model, and describe objects in the environment as geometric shapes (triangle, rectangle, square, and circle) and explain the reasonableness of each choice The student will investigate, identify, and describe various forms of data collection (e.g., recording daily temperature, lunch count, attendance, favorite ice cream), using tables, picture graphs, and object graphs. Tell time to the half-hour using an analog clock. SMMA_LO_00724 Find the height (2 to 9 nonstandard units). SMMA_LO_00710 Count to find the height and width (2 to 5 SMMA_LO_00713 nonstandard units). Find the total length of two objects (nonstandard SMMA_LO_00720 units, sums 2 to 5). Estimate the height and width (2 to 5 SMMA_LO_00721 nonstandard units). Measure the length of an object (2 to 7 SMMA_LO_00777 nonstandard units). R: Count to find how long or tall (2 to 9 SMMA_LO_00705 nonstandard units). R: Identify an object given the height and width SMMA_LO_00725 in nonstandard units. R: Find the distance between two objects (2 to 8 SMMA_LO_00732 nonstandard units). Identify the container with the greatest or least SMMA_LO_00696 capacity. Count the number of sides in a polygon. SMMA_LO_00586 Identify corners (vertices) of polygons. SMMA_LO_00589 Count the corners (vertices) of a polygon (3 to 7 SMMA_LO_00596 corners). R: Match halves of figures (top and bottom). SMMA_LO_00563 R: Identify open and closed figures. SMMA_LO_00580 R: Connect points on a geoboard to copy a SMMA_LO_00611 figure. Identify puzzle pieces needed to make a given SMMA_LO_00564 shape, and then complete the puzzle (4 to 6 pieces). R: Match a plane figure to a geometric design SMMA_LO_00554 that uses the figure. Given a chart of tree growth, infer which of two years there was more rainfall The student will interpret Read and interpret a horizontal or vertical information displayed in a picture or pictograph (four to six items). object graph, using the vocabulary Determine the most or the least from a more, less, fewer, greater than, less horizontal or vertical pictograph (four to six than, and equal to. items). Read and interpret a horizontal or vertical pictograph (six items). Read a pictograph (3 categories, 1 to 9 items per category). Read and interpret a pictograph about birds counted (2 to 5 birds in each row). SMMA_LO_01305 SMMA_LO_00131 SMMA_LO_00135 SMMA_LO_00150 SMMA_LO_01124 SMMA_LO_01299

12 1.16 The student will sort and classify concrete objects according to one or more attributes, including color, size, shape, and thickness The student will demonstrate an understanding of equality through the use of the equal sign. 2.1.a 2.1.b R: Match complex congruent figures in different orientations. Determine if equations involving addition and subtraction are true or false. The student will read, write, and Find the sum or difference when a two-digit identify the place value of each digit number is added to or subtracted from a number in a three-digit numeral, using (base-ten block models). numeration models. Find two numbers when given place value clues (two-digit). Identify a number with a given digit in the ones or tens place. Find a number equal to 1 to 9 hundreds. Find the number of hundreds equivalent to a multiple of 100 (100 to 900). The student will round two-digit numbers to the nearest ten. SMMA_LO_00581 SMMA_LO_02024 SMMA_LO_00989 SMMA_LO_00990 SMMA_LO_00995 SMMA_LO_01007 SMMA_LO_01008 Identify the word name for a three-digit number. SMMA_LO_01009 Identify the number represented by a set of SMMA_LO_01010 objects (pictorial models of hundreds, tens, and ones; three-digit). Use base-ten blocks to show a number (threedigit). SMMA_LO_01012 Enter a three-digit number in a place-value chart SMMA_LO_01013 (base-ten block models, three-digit). Identify a number with a given digit in the ones, SMMA_LO_01014 tens, or hundreds place. Find a number equal to 1 to 9 hundreds, 0 to 9 SMMA_LO_01015 tens, and 0 to 9 ones. Identify the number, model, word name, or SMMA_LO_01018 expanded notation that has a different value (three-digit). Enter a three-digit number in a place-value chart SMMA_LO_01025 (base-ten block models, three-digit). Enter the number for a word name (100 to 999). SMMA_LO_01042 Find a number equal to 1 to 9 hundreds, 0 to 9 SMMA_LO_01047 tens, and 0 to 9 ones. Given a number (1-9) of groups of 10 objects, SMMA_LO_02011 determine how many more groups of 10 objects are needed to make a hundred. Round a two-digit number to the nearest ten. SMMA_LO_01028 Estimate the number of objects to the nearest SMMA_LO_01548 ten (21 to 49 objects). Round two-digit numbers to the nearest ten. SMMA_LO_01647 Round a two-digit number to the nearest ten SMMA_LO_01648 (hundreds chart). Round a two-digit number to the nearest ten. SMMA_LO_01649 R: Identify the multiple of 5 that is closest to a SMMA_LO_01005 given number. R: Identify the multiple of 5 that is closer to a SMMA_LO_01006 number (25 to 94).

13 2.1.c 2.3.a The student will compare two whole numbers between 0 and 999, using symbols (>, <, or =) and words (greater than, less than, or equal to). The student will identify the parts of a set and/or region that represent fractions for halves, thirds, fourths, sixths, eighths, and tenths. Compare numbers using < or > symbols (1 to 19). Compare sums (sums 1 to 9). Compare numbers using < or > symbols (20 to 99). Compare differences (minuends 1 to 9). Identify a number that is greater than or less than a spoken number (1 to 9). Identify the number with the greatest value (1 to 9). Identify two numbers within a range (1 to 9). Find two numbers when given place value clues (two-digit). Identify two numbers that make an inequality true (0 to 9). Identify two numbers that make an inequality true (two-digit). Find two numbers within a range (two-digit). Identify the greatest or least number (two-digit). Identify the greatest or least number (threedigit). Find a number between two given numbers (1 to 999). Identify four numbers that are in consecutive order (three-digit). Identify whole numbers on a number line that satisfy the inequality (0 to 10). Identify the greatest or least number (threedigit). Identify four numbers that are in consecutive order (three-digit). Identify a set of numbers between two numbers, or less than or greater than a given number (101 to Identify 999). the value that is greater than one number and less than another in context. R: Identify a number on a number line between two given numbers (1 to 9). Identify a model that represents a fraction (halves, thirds, fourths). Count the fractional parts and total number of parts in a set (halves, thirds, fourths). Identify the figure divided into equal parts (halves to eighths). Identify the picture that shows one number is one-half of another number. Count shaded parts and the total number of parts (halves to eighths). R: Identify the figure showing the fraction of a set shaded (halves, thirds, fourths). R: Count the shaded and total number of elements in a set (halves to eighths). SMMA_LO_00325 SMMA_LO_00326 SMMA_LO_00328 SMMA_LO_00337 SMMA_LO_00946 SMMA_LO_00947 SMMA_LO_00963 SMMA_LO_00990 SMMA_LO_00994 SMMA_LO_00997 SMMA_LO_00998 SMMA_LO_00999 SMMA_LO_01019 SMMA_LO_01020 SMMA_LO_01021 SMMA_LO_01023 SMMA_LO_01026 SMMA_LO_01029 SMMA_LO_01068 SMMA_LO_01554 SMMA_LO_00993 SMMA_LO_00404 SMMA_LO_00412 SMMA_LO_00417 SMMA_LO_00418 SMMA_LO_00419 SMMA_LO_00413 SMMA_LO_00423

15 2.7.b The student, given two whole numbers, each of which is 99 or less, will find the difference, using various methods of calculation. 2.8 The student will create and solve one- and two-step addition and subtraction problems, using data from simple tables, picture graphs, and bar graphs. 2.9 The student will recognize and describe the related facts that represent and describe the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction. Solve for c in a - b = c (minuends 20 to 99, SMMA_LO_00338 subtrahends 1 to 9, no regrouping). Solve for c in a - b = c (minuends 20 to 99, twodigit subtrahends, no regrouping). SMMA_LO_00340 Solve for c in a - b = c (minuends 20 to 99, SMMA_LO_00342 regrouping). Find the difference between two numbers (twodigit, presented as a sentence). SMMA_LO_01000 Subtract two multiples of 10 (student choice, SMMA_LO_01426 minuends 20 to 90, subtrahends 10 to 80). Subtract (student choice, minuends 21 to 95, SMMA_LO_01428 subtrahends 1 to 9, no regrouping). Subtract multiples of 10 (student choice, SMMA_LO_01437 minuends 20 to 90, subtrahends 10 to 80). Subtract multiples of 10 (minuends 20 to 90, SMMA_LO_01438 subtrahends 10 to 80, horizontal presentation). Subtract (minuends 21 to 99, subtrahends 1 to SMMA_LO_ , no regrouping). Subtract a multiple of 10 from a 2-digit number SMMA_LO_01452 (minuends 11-99, vertical presentation). Subtract (student choice, minuends 21 to 99, no SMMA_LO_01454 regrouping). Subtract two numbers displayed horizontally SMMA_LO_01462 (counting up strategy, minuends 21 to 98, subtrahends 2 to 9, regrouping). Subtract two-digit numbers with regrouping SMMA_LO_01463 (vertical presentation). Subtract two numbers displayed horizontally SMMA_LO_01472 (counting up strategy, minuends 25 to 98, subtrahends 6 to 9, regrouping). Subtract two-digit numbers with regrouping SMMA_LO_01473 (vertical presentation). Find the difference of two whole numbers (twodigit numbers, regrouping). SMMA_LO_01488 Explain how to solve a subtraction problem, SMMA_LO_02013 either by using place value blocks or by rewriting the problem as an addition problem. Mentally find 10 more or 10 less than a given SMMA_LO_02020 two-digit number; model the solution with place value blocks. Solve an addition problem using data in a table SMMA_LO_01595 (sums 100 to 198). Read and interpret a table about temperature. SMMA_LO_01646 Read and interpret a table. SMMA_LO_01695 R: Solve a subtraction problem in context to find SMMA_LO_01561 how much is left (two-digit numbers, no regrouping). R: Solve a subtraction problem involving coins SMMA_LO_01579 (two-digit numbers, no regrouping). Create a fact family (addition and subtraction). SMMA_LO_01857

16 2.10.a 2.11.a 2.11.c The student will count and compare a collection of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters whose total value is \$2.00 or less. The student will estimate and measure length to the nearest centimeter and inch. The student will estimate and measure liquid volume in cups, pints, quarts, gallons, and liters The student will tell and write time to the nearest five minutes, using analog and digital clocks b The student will identify specific days and dates on a given calendar The student will read the temperature on a Celsius and/or Fahrenheit thermometer to the nearest 10 degrees a The student will draw a line of symmetry in a figure. Find equivalence of nickels and dimes (1 to 5 dimes). Show another way to represent an amount of money (10 to 24 cents in pennies, nickels, and dimes). Identify the set of coins that has greater value (16 to 75 cents in pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters). Find the total value of a group of quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies (sums to \$1.65). R: Identify items that can be purchased for a nickel. Measure the length of an object to the nearest inch (2 to 6 inches). Find the total length of two to four objects laid end to end (2 to 6 inches). Measure the length of an object to the nearest centimeter (3 to 12 cm). Measure two lengths and find the sum (metric, sums 2 to 9). Measure the length of an object to the nearest inch (1 to 6 inches). Measure two metric lengths, write an addition problem, and find the sum (sums 2 to 12 centimeters). Measure the length of an object to the nearest centimeter (4 to 12 centimeters). Measure the length of an object in centimeters or inches (whole numbers). Measure the length of an object in cm and inches; relate the two measurements to the sizes of the units. Measure two objects in inches; determine how much longer one object is than the other. R: Identify a vertical distance (2 to 9 centimeters). R: Select the appropriate ruler to measure vertical or horizontal lengths. Match amounts of liquid in containers (3 amounts). Show time to 5-minute intervals using digital and analog clocks. Match digital times with descriptions (e.g., quarter to or quarter past). Enter the missing date on a calendar. Read a thermometer to the nearest 10 degrees (Fahrenheit). Draw a vertical or horizontal line of symmetry. Identify the lines of symmetry in an object. SMMA_LO_00738 SMMA_LO_00745 SMMA_LO_00765 SMMA_LO_01611 SMMA_LO_01541 SMMA_LO_00703 SMMA_LO_00748 SMMA_LO_00750 SMMA_LO_00753 SMMA_LO_00755 SMMA_LO_00756 SMMA_LO_00762 SMMA_LO_00785 SMMA_LO_02003 SMMA_LO_02015 SMMA_LO_00758 SMMA_LO_00812 SMMA_LO_00689 SMMA_LO_00744 SMMA_LO_00806 SMMA_LO_00700 SMMA_LO_00768 SMMA_LO_00608 SMMA_LO_01699

17 2.15.b The student will identify and create figures with at least one line of symmetry The student will identify, describe, compare, and contrast plane and solid geometric figures (circle/sphere, square/cube, and rectangle/rectangular prism) The student will use data from experiments to construct picture graphs, pictographs, and bar graphs The student will analyze data displayed in picture graphs, pictographs, and bar graphs. Identify the vertical line of symmetry. SMMA_LO_00595 Identify the horizontal line of symmetry. SMMA_LO_00597 Identify lines that are lines of symmetry. SMMA_LO_00623 Complete a symmetrical drawing. SMMA_LO_00647 Identify the shape with a given number of lines SMMA_LO_01773 of symmetry. Identify matching congruent geometric solids. SMMA_LO_00567 Identify similar three-dimensional figures. SMMA_LO_00592 Identify a geometric solid (cylinder, pyramid, or SMMA_LO_00616 rectangular prism). Identify geometric solids (cones, cubes, SMMA_LO_00622 cylinders, pyramids, rectangular prisms, spheres). Sort two-dimensional and three-dimensional SMMA_LO_01677 shapes. Create a vertical bar graph from a table and SMMA_LO_01130 interpret data in the graph. Collect, tally, and graph the results generated by SMMA_LO_01144 a spinner. Create a bar graph using data from a chart of SMMA_LO_01696 values. R: Label the categories of a vertical bar graph SMMA_LO_01138 based on data from a table. R: Create a table based on data from a bar SMMA_LO_01645 graph. Read and interpret a horizontal or vertical SMMA_LO_00138 pictograph (four to six items). Interpret the shorter or taller bar of a vertical bar SMMA_LO_01131 graph as having fewer or more items. Create a table from a vertical bar graph. SMMA_LO_01132 Identify the two-column vertical bar graph that SMMA_LO_01133 shows one category has fewer than, the same number as, or more than the other category. Identify a vertical bar graph that represents data SMMA_LO_01134 in a table. Identify the vertical bar graph that shows a SMMA_LO_01135 strictly increasing or decreasing trend. Identify the table that represents the data in a SMMA_LO_01136 vertical bar graph. Construct a vertical bar graph based on data SMMA_LO_01146 from a horizontal bar graph. Identify the number of categories in a vertical bar SMMA_LO_01148 graph that are less than, equal to, and greater than a given value. Construct a horizontal bar graph based on data SMMA_LO_01150 from a vertical bar graph. Analyze a bar graph to find the number of bars SMMA_LO_01154 that fall within a given range. Complete and interpret a pictograph. SMMA_LO_01207 Read and interpret data about tree growth from SMMA_LO_01302 a bar graph. Given a bar graph of tree growth, calculate the SMMA_LO_01303 height a tree grew from one year to another. Read a bar graph and answer questions about SMMA_LO_01304 tree growth over time.

19 3.2 The student will recognize and use the inverse relationships between addition/subtraction and multiplication/division to complete basic fact sentences. The student will use these relationships to solve problems. Solve for a, b, or c in a + b + c = d (sums 10 to 19). Solve for a or b in a + b = c (sums 10 to 108). Solve for a or b in a + b = c (sums 12 to 98). SMMA_LO_00335 SMMA_LO_00336 SMMA_LO_00341 Solve for a or b in a - b = c (minuends 20 to 99, SMMA_LO_00343 no regrouping). Solve for a or b in a + b = c (sums 101 to 199, SMMA_LO_00345 no regrouping). Solve for a or b in a - b = c (minuends 21 to 99, SMMA_LO_00347 subtrahends 1 to 9, no regrouping). Solve for a or b in a x b = c (products 1 x 2 to 5 x SMMA_LO_ ). Solve for a or b in a b = c (combinations 6 6 SMMA_LO_00354 to 9 9). Find the missing factor (products 6 x 6 to 9 x 9). SMMA_LO_00877 Find the missing factor (products 2 x 2 to 12 x SMMA_LO_ ). Identify a missing number in related addition and SMMA_LO_01060 subtraction number sentences (two-digit sums, two-digit differences). Work backwards to solve a problem with a SMMA_LO_01266 missing number. Identify an expression that can be used to solve SMMA_LO_01275 a problem (inverse operations). Work backward to solve a two-step problem. SMMA_LO_01288 Find the missing subtrahend in a subtraction SMMA_LO_01470 number sentence (minuends 21 to 99). Find the missing minuend in a number sentence SMMA_LO_01478 (minuends 21 to 99). Find the missing subtrahend in a number SMMA_LO_01480 sentence (minuends 10 to 99). Find the missing minuend in a subtraction SMMA_LO_01486 number sentence (minuends 10 to 99, no regrouping). Find the missing minuend in a subtraction SMMA_LO_01491 number sentence (minuends 20 to 98, subtrahends 11 to 89). Solve an addition problem in context (two-digit SMMA_LO_01656 addends, sums less than 100, no regrouping). Solve a one-step equation (addition, sums to SMMA_LO_ ). Identify the missing variable of addition or SMMA_LO_01687 subtraction equations (sums 10 to 50, minuends 10 to 50). Identify the missing number (addend or sum) in SMMA_LO_02010 an addition equation, for numbers 20 and less. Identify the missing number (minuend, SMMA_LO_02014 subtrahend, or difference) in a subtraction equation, for numbers 20 and less.

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