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- 1. GOALS OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS<br />
- 2. 1st Grade Math<br />
- 3. Number <br />Read, print, locate, compare, order, represent, estimate, identify numbers to 100 and mentally add numbers to 10 <br />Count by 2's, 5's and 10's to one hundred, count backwards from any given point from 100<br />Understand number conservation - 6 pennies is represented by a 6 etc. <br />Understand ½ and use the term applied to every day situations <br />Recognize coins, add pennies and take away pennies<br />
- 4. Measurement<br />Use and understand more than, less than, the same as, heavier than, lighter than, taller than etc. <br />Tell time to the half and full hour with both analog and digital clocks <br />Compare objects by several attributes and classify them (red small squares, red large triangles etc.)<br />Understand temperature differences outside and inside, colder weather and hotter weather <br />Measure items with non-standard units of measure (pencil lengths, finger widths etc.) <br />
- 5. 2ndGradeMath<br />
- 6. Number <br />Read print numbers to 20 and locate, compare, order, represent, estimate, identify numbers to 1000 and mentally add and subtract numbers to 20 <br />Understand Place Value to be able to trade 10 one's for a ten etc. <br />Count by 1's, 2's, 5's, 10's beyond 100. <br />Locate numbers when requested to 1000 <br />Understand the reverse properties of whole numbers 5+7 is the same as 7+5<br />
- 7. Measurement <br />Use and understand more than, less than, the same as, heavier than, lighter than, taller than etc.<br />Measure with a variety of cups, rulers and measuring spoons <br />Time - hours, minutes and seconds <br />Use the terms inches, feet, yards, centimeters, meters etc.<br />Know the months of the year and tell time to the quarter hour <br />Use a thermometer and count money to a dollar including being able to create different sets that equal a dollar <br />
- 8. 3rd Grade Math<br />
- 9. Number<br />Read print numbers to 1000 and locate, compare, order, represent, estimate, identify numbers to 1000<br />Mentally add and subtract numbers to 20 <br />Understand Place Value to be able to regroup numbers up to 1000<br />Count by 1's, 2's, 5’s, 10's and 25's beyond 1000 <br />Understands the basic fractions<br />Locate numbers when requested to 1000 <br />
- 10. Add and subtract four digit numbers (with carrying/regrouping)<br />Multiplication and division facts up to facts of 7, well on your way to memorizing these facts <br />Count by skipping numbers when requested <br />Add and subtract coins up to $10.00 <br />Identify money amounts from words to numbers <br />Compute word problems with addition and subtraction, multiplication and division<br />
- 11. Measurement<br />Use and understand linear measurement terms (inches, feet, yards, centimeters, meters etc.) <br />Measure with a variety tools and make relatively accurate estimations <br />Time - hours, minutes and seconds, read and record on both analog and digital <br />Measure temperatures accurately <br />Make appropriate change in money concepts <br />Measure perimeter and capacity in a variety of shapes and containers <br />Compare a variety of measurement tools <br />
- 12. 4th Grade Math<br />
- 13. Numbers<br />Read print numbers to 10 000 and locate, compare, order, represent, estimate and identify numbers to 10 000<br />Count by 3's, 4's, 6's, 7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's to 100 <br />Multiplication facts are committed to memory up to the 10 X tables. (Understand the division facts also) <br />Understand decimals to the hundredths 0.01 and be able to add and subtract decimals. <br />Demonstrate an understanding of fractions. <br />Select the appropriate problem solving methods in word problems for the above operations <br />
- 14. Measurement<br />Complete understanding of inches, feet, yards, miles, millimeters, centimeters, meters, kilometers etc. <br />Measure accurately, and make appropriate estimations of which units of measure apply. <br />Full understanding of years, decades, centuries, millenniums. <br />Full comprehension of making change and adding money up to $50.00 <br />Measure perimeter and area and be able to measure a variety of polygons. <br />Measure mass and volume by selecting the appropriate units<br />
- 15. 5th Grade Math<br />
- 16. Numbers<br />Read print numbers to 100 000 and locate, compare, order, represent, estimate and identify numbers to 100 000 using regular and expanded forms<br />Full understanding of place value to the right and left of 0 - 4 places<br />Count by 3's, 4's, 6's, 7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's, 11's and 12's to 144 <br />Multiplication facts are committed to memory up to the 12 X tables(Understand the division facts also)<br />
- 17. Understand decimals to the thousandths 0.013 and be able to add and subtract decimals. <br />Demonstrate a solid understanding of fractions and their related decimals to 100dths. <br />Multiply and divide decimals <br />Communicate mathematical thinking in problem solving - selecting the appropriate strategies <br />Select the appropriate problem solving methods in word problems for the above operations<br />
- 18. Measurement<br />Complete understanding of inches, feet, yards, miles, millimeters, centimeters, meters, kilometers and apply these terms to problem solving activities<br />Measure accurately, and make appropriate estimations of which units of measure apply. <br />Construct or illustrate items using a variety of units of measure <br />
- 19. Estimate and round accurately <br />Read and write dates using a variety of methods (Jan. 10, 2002, 01/10/02 etc.)<br />Money amounts to $1000.00 in making change and in problem solving <br />Investigate and solve measurement problems with circumference, perimeter, volume, <br />
- 20. 6th Grade Math<br />
- 21. Number<br />Recognize numbers from 0.001 to 1 000 000 and locate, compare, order, represent, estimate and identify numbers to 1 000 000 using regular and expanded forms<br />Full understanding of place value to the right and left of 0 - 4 places <br />Understanding of fractions, decimals, mixed numbers and improper fractions with a comprehension of greater than and less than concepts <br />
- 22. Ability to compare and order all of the above<br />Understanding of ratio, rate, rounding and percentages <br />Identify multiples, factors, composites and prime numbers to 100, mental division and multiplication of numbers with 0's <br />Identify and use integers around them <br />Perform multi-step word problems involving all of the above <br />
- 23. Measurement<br />Complete understanding of inches, feet, yards, miles, millimeters, centimeters, meters, kilometers and apply these terms to problem solving activities<br />Use and understand all prefixes of measurement terms <br />Understand and use squared units and cubed units along with linear measures <br />
- 24. Be able to make conversions between units - inches to feet etc. <br />Select the appropriate units of measurement in problems<br />Read and write dates using a variety of methods (Jan. 10, 2002, 02/10/02 etc.)<br />Money amounts to $10,000.00 in making change and in problem solving<br />Investigate measures of circumferences, parallelograms, rectangles, triangles and be able to sketch shapes <br />Calculate the volume of prisms (rectangular) and understand the rules for calculating volumes and prisms <br />
- 25. Thank you for your cooperation<br />

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