1-1 Addition: Writing Addition Number Sentences
I can show word sentences with cubes and then record them.
Vocabulary: part, whole
1-2 Addition: Stories About Joining
I can represent joining stories with connecting cubes and write corresponding addition number sentences.
1-3 Subtraction: Writing Subtraction Number Sentences
I can use cubes to find the missing part of a whole. I can record results as an introduction to writing subtraction sentences.
Vocabulary: subtraction sentence, minus (-), subtract, difference
1-4 Subtraction: Stories About Separating
I can model separating stories with cubes, and write subtraction sentences to solve them.
1-5 Subtraction: Stories About Comparing
I can show comparing stories with cubes, and write number sentences to solve them.
Vocabulary: more, fewer
1-6 Subtraction: Connecting Addition and Subtraction
I can write addition and subtraction number sentences.
2-1 Addition: Adding 0, 1, 2
I can use knowledge about 0, 1, and 2 more than to Solve addition exercises that use those addends.
2-2 Addition: Doubles
I can use counters and make drawings to represent doubles facts and use the representations to complete doubles.
2-3 Addition: Near Doubles
I can use connecting cubes to model doubles and near doubles facts.
Vocabulary: near doubles
2-4 Addition: Adding in Any Order
I can use two color connecting cube trains to learn about changing the order of addends in addition facts.
2-5 Addition: Adding Three Numbers
I can take connecting cubes in order to get three number to add. Then I can choose an order to add the numbers.
2-6 Addition Making 10 to Add
I can use counters and ten-frames to make a 10 to help add.
2-7 Problem Solving: Draw a Picture and Write a Number Sentence
I can draw pictures and write number sentences to solve story problems.
Vocabulary: number sentence
3-1 Subtraction: Subtracting 0, 1, 2
I can apply the concepts of 0 less than, 1 less than, and 2 less than to write and solve subtraction sentences.
3-2 Subtraction: Thinking Addition to Subtract Doubles
I can use doubles facts to subtract.
3-3 Subtraction: Thinking Addition to 10 to Subtract
I can use addition facts to solve related subtraction facts.
3-4 Subtraction: Thinking Addition to 18 to Subtract
I can use counters and subtraction cards to model related addition and subtraction.
3-5 Subtraction: Making 10 to Subtract
I can use ten-frames and the make 10 strategy to help them subtract.
3-6 Problem Solving: Two Question Problems
I can use the answer to one question to answer the second question in story problems.
4-1 Addition: Repeated Addition
I can use repeated addition to write number sentences and solve word problems.
4-2 Addition: Building Arrays
I can use counters to build arrays and then use the arrays to help write addition sentences.
4-3 Addition: Practicing Repeated Addition
I can solve problems that involve repeated addition.
4-4 Problem Solving: Draw a Picture and Write a Number Sentence
I can draw pictures as a way to solve problems.
5-1 Number: Models for Tens and Ones
I can form groups of tens and ones using concrete materials. I can count the tens and ones and write the number.
5-2 Number: Reading and Writing Numbers
I can read and write number words for 0 to 99.
Vocabulary: number word, digit
5-3 Number: Using Symbols to Compare Numbers
I can learn how to use the >, <, and = symbols to compare two digit numbers.
Vocabulary: >(greater than), <(less than), =(equal to)
5-4 Number: Counting to 100
I can use a hundred chart to identify the number that is before or after a given number.
Vocabulary: before, after
5-5 Number: 10 More or 10 Less
I can use part of a hundred chart to see that the numbers that are 10 more or 10 less than a given number lie just above and just below it on the chart.
5-6 Patterns: Even and Odd Numbers
I can use cubes to determine which numbers, from 1 through 20, are even and which are odd.
Vocabulary: even, odd
5-7 Problem Solving: Use Data from a Chart
I can use a chart to solve problems.
6-1 I can mentally add multiples of 10 to a two-digit number.
6-2 I can mentally add a two-digit number and a one-digit number.
6-3 I can add a two-digit number to a two-digit number using mental math.
6-4 I can use a hundred chart to add 2 two-digit numbers.
6-5 I can add using multiples of 10.
6-6 I can use number problems to solve problems.
7-1 I can subtract multiples of 10 from two-digit numbers using mental math.
7-2 I can find the missing part of 100 by counting up from the given part.
7-3 I can find the difference between two-digit numbers less than 100.
7-4 I can subtract using multiples of 10.
7-5 I can determine whether I can solve problems with missing information or extra information.
Adding Two-Digit Numbers
8-1 I can use models to add a one-digit number to a two-digit number.
8-2 I can use concrete models to add a one-digit number to a two-digit number and decide if regrouping is necessary.
8-3 I can add a one-digit number, regroup if necessary, and record the process in a vertical addition frame.
8-4 I can use place-value models and the standard algorithm to add 2 two-digit numbers.
8-5 I can use the standard algorithm symbolically to add two-digit numbers, with and without regrouping.
8-6 I can use number lines to model two-digit addition.
8-7 I can use paper and pencil to add 3 and 4 two-digit numbers.
8-8 I can use different methods to help me solve addition problems.
8-9 I can draw pictures and write number sentences to solve addition problems.
Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers
9-1 I can regroup 1 ten as 10 ones when subtracting.
9-2 I can use models to subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number with or without regrouping.
9-3 I can subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number with and without regrouping using the standard algorithm.
9-4 I can use models to subtract two-digit numbers, with and without regrouping.
9-5 I can use the standard subtraction algorithm to subtract a two-digit number from another two-digit number.
9-6 I can use number lines to model two-digit subtraction.
9-7 I can relate addition to subtraction by using one operation to check the other.
9-8 I can use different methods to solve two-digit subtraction problems.
9-9 I can solve two-question problems. I can select the operation to solve each question.
Place Value to 1,000
10-1 I can count by hundreds to 1,000.
10-2 I can use place value models to show numbers up to 1,000.
10-3 I can identify and record three-digit numbers in expanded from, standard form, and number word form.
10-4 I can add and subtract multiples of 10 or 100 to and from a three-digit number without regrouping.
10-5 I can find, identify, and apply number patterns to numbers on a hundred chart.
10-6 I can skip count by different amounts on the number line and use the patterns to identify the numbers that come next.
10-7 I can compare three-digit numbers using the symbols <, =, >.
10-8 I can order 3 three-digit numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least.
10-9 I can solve problems by finding number patterns.
Three-Digit Addition and Subtraction
11-1 I can explore different strategies for adding three-digit numbers.
11-2 I can add three-digit numbers mentally without regrouping.
11-3 I can use place-value blocks to add 2 three-digit numbers with regrouping.
11-4 I can use paper and pencil to add 2 three-digit numbers with regrouping.
11-5 I can explore different strategies to subtract three-digit numbers.
11-6 I can be given a quantity and one of its parts, and then will find the missing part by counting on or counting back.
11-7 I can use models to subtract three-digit numbers with regrouping.
11-8 I can subtract three-digit number using a standard algorithm.
11-9 I can use logical reasoning to solve problems.
12-1 I can identify solid figures by their faces or flat surfaces, edges, and vertices.
12-2 I can identify the plane shapes that form the flat surfaces of solid figures.
12-3 I can identify and draw polygons and list their attributes.
12-4 I can recognize and name trapezoids, parallelograms, and hexagons, put shapes together to make new shapes, and identify the number of sides and vertices in each shape.
12-5 I can cut shapes apart to make new shapes.
12-6 I can divide rectangles into equal squares and count how many squares are needed to completely partition the rectangle.
12-7 I can determine whether a shape has been divided into equal or unequal parts. If the parts are equal, I can count the number of parts.
12-8 I can use clues to solve riddles about plane shapes and solid figures.
13-1 I can identify the value of a group of half-dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.
13-2 I can count collections of coins that include half-dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.
13-3 I can show the same amount of money using different sets of coins.
13-4 I can count money amounts greater than one dollar and write the amount with a dollar sign and decimal point.
13-5 I can make an organized list to find different combinations of coins.
14-1 I can complete and record addition problems using two-digit coin amounts.
14-2 I can subtract using two-digit coin amounts.
14-3 I can estimate the sum and difference of 2 two-digit numbers.
14-4 I can solve problems involving adding and subtracting money by using the try, check, and revise strategy.
15-1 I can measure the lengths of objects using nonstandard units.
15-2 I can estimate and measure items using inches.
15-3 I can estimate and measure length and height using centimeters.
15-4 I can estimate and measure items that are about an inch, foot, and yard.
15-5 I can estimate and measure the lengths and heights of objects in centimeters and meters.
15-6 I can estimate and measure the lengths and heights of objects with different units.
15-7 I can use addition and subtraction to solve measurement problems.
15-8 I can measure to compare length and express the length difference in a standard length unit.
15-9 I can use string and rulers to measure to the nearest inch the length of paths that are not straight.
Time, Graphs, and Data
16-1 I can learn to associate numerals on an analog clock face with increments of five minutes.
16-2 I can read and express time in terms of quarter and half past an hour and before an hour.
16-3 I can represent a set of data in a tally chart and in a bar graph.
16-4 I can use rulers to measure objects and graph the results.
16-5 I can make and use a pictograph to solve problems.
16-6 I can use picture graphs and bar graphs to solve problems.