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1 Kindergarten Math Priorities o Count, read, write #1-20 o Compare whole numbers o Recognize words to 10 o Represent numbers using physical models o Represent number facts to 20 o Add o Count by 2 s, 10 s o Count backwards o Subtract o Word o Fractions (whole, half) o using nonstandard units o Estimate o Time o Money o Sizes (big, bigger, small, smaller) o Patterns o Relationships o Describe patterns and relationships o Sort o Classify o Equal and unequal groups o Identify o Identify shapes (circle, square, triangle) o Classify shapes o Collect, organize and display data o Collect, organize and display with graphs o Data collection o Data interpretation

2 o Count and read numerals to 100 o Count backwards from 20 o Count, read and write order of whole numbers to 1,000 o Count by 2 s to 50 o Addition of single digits o Subtraction of single digits o Addition/subtraction double digits (tens/ones) to 50 o Property of zero o Addition/subtraction of double digits to 99 o Place value ones, tens, hundreds, thousands o Compare whole numbers up to 100 o Use words greater than, less than, and equal to. o Round by 5 s and 10 s o Time hour/ ½ hour o Money value (penny, nickel, dime) o Money o Using ruler inch/feet o Metric measures o Liquid measures o Fractions ½, ⅓, ¼ First Grade Math Priorities o Create stories from which simple addition and subtraction number sentences can be written o Solve missing addend o Write and draw word (basic) o Solve one and two step o Write and draw word using one and two step Goal 9 Geometric s o Identify and sort circle, square, triangle, rectangle o Draw twodimensional shapes o Number lines o Graphs o Read and interpret bar graphs

4 Third Grade Math Priorities o Add and subtract (single, double, triple digits and money) o Regrouping o Place value (reading/numbers) o Greater than and less than o Multiplication 2 and 3-digit numbers o Classify numbers o Money (grouping and counting change) o Division o Long division o Beginning fractions o Rounding to tens and hundreds o Time o Rounding (tens, hundreds, thousands) o Compare quantities o Volume o Mass o Metric units o Standard measurement o Word o Addition and subtraction including money o Identify unnecessary information o Evaluate methods and solutions o Use variables and number sentences to represent solutions to o Solve multi-step o Solve based on graphs and tables o Identify, describe and compare o Perimeter, area, volume o Symmetry o Circumference o Diameter o Write and solve selfcreated word o Solve using graphs and charts o Present topics with math data

5 o Place value o Powers of ten o Expanded notation o Whole numbers: add, subtract, multiply, and divide by one, two and three digits o Decimals read, write, identify (thousand place), round and compare decimals o Fractions (relate to decimals) o Percentages o Add, subtract, like and unlike fractions and mixed numbers o Identify model, represent equivalent fractions o Area and perimeter o Standard and metric measures o drawings, models and angles o Circle diameter, radius and circumference o Scale-maps o Metric system o Square units o Compare and order measures in standard and metric units o Time o Elapsed time o Use approximate units of measure Fourth Grade Math Priorities o Solve open number sentences o Variables and equations o Single step =, -, x, and division o Multi-step word o Multi-step measurement o Probability o Algebraic equations o Lines, points, rays, angles o Categorize o Describe, identity Properties and Geometric Relationships o Describe parts of o Symmetry o Area and perimeter o Circle diameter, radius and circumference o Graphs, charts, tables o Compare, interpret data o Gather, organize, display data o Graphing, tallies o Draw conclusions o Interpret relationships o Draw conclusions from data o Mean or average of series of numbers

6 o Place value o Powers of 10 o Fractions improper, mixed, simplify o Addition, subtraction, Division and multiplication of decimals and fractions o Percentages o Calculate, compare and convert length, perimeter, area, weight/mass and volume within the customary and metric systems. o Rounding o Estimation, rounding o Determine and communicate possible methods for estimating a given measure, selecting proper units in both customary and metric systems. Fifth Grade Math Priorities o Single step and multi-step addition, subtraction, multiplication, division o Simple measurement conversions o Multi-step using fractions, decimals, measurement, and conversion o Algebra concepts o Probability o Geometry o Angles o Polygons o Circle o Solids o Area o Perimeter o Circumference o Diameter o Compare geometric figures and determine their properties including parallel, perpendicular, similar, congruent and line symmetry. o Draw or construct two- and threedimensional including prisms, pyramids, cylinders and cones. o Formulate logical arguments about and patterns and communicate reasoning. o Graphing-line and bar and circle o Tallying o Graphing o Averages o Mean, median, mode, bell curve

7 o Whole numbers through trillions o Read, write and say decimals o Compare and order quantities o Powers and exponents o Fractions (add, subtract, divide, multiply) o Equivalent fractions o Unlike denominators o Fraction, decimal and percent relationships Goal 7 Estimate and o Whole and decimal numbers (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) o Integer number line o Circumference o Weight, capacity, length, temperature, and time o Perimeter, area and volume o and draw angles Sixth Grade Math Priorities o Order of operations o Properties of mathematics o Prediction o Solve using data o Create, describe, and solve involving open sentences o Solve multi-step involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, division o Numbers, currency, fractions, decimals and percents o Geometric patterns and figures o 2 to 3-dimensional shapes o Line segments o Bisectors o Angles o Triangles o Circles o Circumference and diameter o Perimeter, area, volume o Polygons o Tessellation o Congruency o Construct scale drawings o and draw angles to the nearest 5 degrees using a protractor o Create drawings or models representing specific measures o Qualifiers o Gather, organize, and display data o Schedules o Tables o Range, mean, median, and mode o Tallies o Line plots o Line, bar, and circle graphs o Use rates and derived units in real-life situations o Scattergrams, stem and leaf plot and box and whisker plot o Communicate the results of a survey or experiment and use them to predict future results and make relevant decisions based on data gathered o Ratios and probability o Explain the concept of Sample o Analyze, predict, discuss, and defend possible outcomes, probability, and odds.

8 o Rational numbers o Percent o Fractions, decimals o Equivalent fraction o Ratios o GCF, LCM o Number expressions o Inverse relationships (+, -, x, /) o Expanded notation o Exponential notation o Rational/irrational numbers o Consumer application (discount/irrational numbers) o Area, volume, weight, time o Ordered pairs o Proportional change o Scale o ment o Rate o Change o Calculate, compare and convert length, perimeter, area, weight/mass and volume within the customary and metric systems. o Apply the concepts and attributes of length, capacity, weight/mass, perimeter, area, volume, time, temperature and angle measures in practical situations. Seventh Grade Math Priorities o Graph data o Properties of numbers o Linear equations o Variables o Ordered pairs o Coordinate plane o Algebraic expressions o Evaluate expressions o Identify/analyze patterns o Angles o Parallel and perpendicular lines o Congruence o Geometric figures o Area o Volume o Formulate logical arguments about and patterns o Identify, describe, classify and compare two- and three- dimensional and models according to their properties. o Frequency distributions o Probability o Mean, median, mode o Collect/analyze data o Hypothesis o Draw conclusions

9 Goal 6 Numbers and o Represent and use numbers in equivalent forms, percentages, repeating decimals o Add, subtract, multiply, divide rational numbers, inverse relationships of math functions in equations o LCM and GCF o Compare real numbers using ratios and proportions o Rational and irrational numbers, square roots, relationships among subsets of real numbers Goal 7 Estimate and o area, length, volume, and surface area for geometric shapes o Use appropriate units o Vertices as ordered pairs to determine area and perimeter of polygon o Change in linear dimensions of an object changes perimeter o Compare Fahrenheit and Celsius o Draw models o Use derived units and indirect methods for obtaining measures Eighth Grade Math Priorities o Determine whether equations or data given in tables define functions o Basic properties associative, communicative, orders of operations of real numbers o Solve linear equations using addition, multiplication, and inverse operations o Domain of independent variables, range of dependent variables o Solve written as expressed o Describe how change in one variable affects others o Define, use, interpret linear relationships and represent them with graphs and equations o Translate algebraic expressions into phrases and sentences, graph inequalities o Analyze real world situations and patterns to see if linear or other simple relationships exist o Identify, describe, classify and compare two- and three- dimensional and models according to their properties. o Use geometric methods to analyze, categorize and draw conclusions about points, lines, planes and space o Construct, develop and communicate logical arguments (informal proofs) about geometric figures and patterns. o Develop and solve using geometric relationships and models, with and without the use of technology. o Analyze, predict, discuss possible outcomes o Estimate probability from a series of trials o s of central tendency o Displaying data o Visualize and represent three dimensional objects in two dimensions o Consumer applications, inductive and deductive reasoning, justify solutions for

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