### General

Mrs. Martin's quizzes and tests

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- General
### General

Mrs. Martin's quizzes and tests

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- Review: Beginning of Year
### Review: Beginning of Year

Review: Beginning of Year

I can:

**NS 1**I can identify and make equivalent (equal) forms ofwhole numbers.

**NS 3**I can use math language and symbols to compare andorder (less than, greater than, equal to, greater than or

equal, less than or equal to, <, >, =,<,>).

**NS 4**I can count money and make change using coins andpaper bills to ten dollars.

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- Adding & Subtracting Whole Numbers
### Adding & Subtracting Whole Numbers

Adding & Subtracting Whole Numbers

I can:

**NS 12**I can add and subtract whole numbers with and without regrouping.- Resources:
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- Linear Measure & Area
### Linear Measure & Area

Linear Measure & Area

I can:

**M 7**I can estimate the perimeter, area, and volume usingmanipulatives.

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- Multiplication & Division
### Multiplication & Division

Multiplication & Division

I can:

**NS 8**I can explain multiplication using repeated addition, skipcounting arrays and area model. For example:

ü I can write an equation for word problems with

multiplication.

**NS 9**I can explain division by using repeated subtraction,arrays, sharing equally, and area model. For example:

ü I can write a story problem for division.

ü I can identify what a remainder means in a division

story problem.

**NS 10**I can explain and use relationships between operations,such as:

ü Understand addition and subtraction as opposite

operations;

ü Understand multiplication and division as opposite operations;

ü Understand that multiplication is repeated addition;

ü Understand that division is repeated subtraction.

**NS 11**I can show and use the commutative property (order)for addition (2+3=3+2) and multiplication (2x3=3x2)

and the associative property (grouping) for addition

(2+4)+3=2+(4+3) and multiplication (2x4)x3=2x(4x3).

**NS 13**I can show I know my multiplication facts through 10and division facts to 10.

**NS 14**I can multiply 2- and 3- digit numbers by a single-digitnumber (without remainders for division). I can divide 2-

and 3-digit numbers by a single-digit number.

**P 1**I can describe the multiplication pattern or state the rulein words.

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- Place Value & Decimals
### Place Value & Decimals

Place Value & Decimals

I can:

**NS 2**I can use place value to show whole numbers and decimals using numerals, words, expanded notation, and models. For example:ü Recognize 100 means (10 tens) as well as a single number (1 hundred) through hands-on activities.

ü Describe the expanded form of multiplication (3205 as 3 x 1000 plus 2 x 100 plus 5 x 1).

ü Show the size of 1,000 in many ways (packaging 1,000 objects into 10 boxes of 100, modeling a meter with centimeter and decimeter strips, or gathering 1,000 pop can tabs).

ü Explain the idea of tenths and hundredths using a variety of objects, such as metric pieces, base ten blocks, decimal squares, or money.

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- Geometry & Patterns
### Geometry & Patterns

Geometry & Patterns

**I can:****G 1**I can identify the vertex, edge, angle, side, and face of ashape.

**G 2**I can identify, draw, and make models of right, obtuse,acute, and straight angles.

**G 3**I can plot a point on a grid.**G 4**I can find and draw lines of symmetry.**G 5**I can build a three-dimensional model of an object usingcubes.

**P 2**I can find a number sequences, with and without acalculator.

**P 3**I can use patterns to make predictions and solveproblems.

**P 4**I can solve problems by using objects, pictures, tables,numbers, letters, and other symbols.

**P 5**I can write, solve, and explain simple number sentenceswhere there is a missing number.

**P 6**I can write number sentences using the symbols =, >, or<.

**P 7**I can make tables to record information to find patternsand rules.

**P 8**I can identify the change in amount, by using addition andsubtraction.

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- Fractions
### Fractions

Fractions

**I can:****NS 5**I can show fractions and mixed numbers using words, numerals, and pictures.**NS 6**I can correctly place common fractions and mixed numbers on a number line.**NS 7**I can understand that decimals and fractions are similar ways of showing parts of a whole or a set (3/10 = 0.3).

- Measurement, Data, & Probability
### Measurement, Data, & Probability

Measurement, Data, & Probability

**I can:****M 1**I can name and choose the correct units for measuring:

ü Length - miles, kilometers, and other units of measure;

ü Volume (capacity) – gallons;

ü Weight - ounces, pounds, grams, or kilograms;

ü Temperature - degrees (Fahrenheit or Celsius).**M 2**I can list items that are the same size of common units (a gallon container of milk; a postage stamp is about a square inch).**M 3**I can find elapsed time using a calendar or clock.**M 4**I can read thermometers in both Fahrenheit and Celsius scales.**M 5**I can estimate and measure length, weight, and volume (capacity), using metric and U.S. customary units.**M 6**I can use correct measurement tools and methods.I can:

**DA 1**I can collect and organize information from an experiment to answer a question.**DA 2**I can draw and understand picture graphs in which a picture stands for more than one object.**DA 3**I can read, make, and understand bar graphs with spaces greateResources:

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- End of Year Projects & Review
### End of Year Projects & Review

End of Year Projects & Review

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- 12 April - 18 April
### 12 April - 18 April