### 1: Number Concepts/Number and Relationship Operations

#### 1.1: Students will demonstrate number sense and apply number theory concepts.

1.1.1: demonstrate an understanding of number meanings with respect to whole numbers, fractions and decimals

1.1.2: explore integers, ratios and percents in common, meaningful situations

1.1.3: read and write whole numbers and decimals and demonstrate an understanding of place value (to millions and to thousandths)

1.1.4: order whole numbers, fractions and decimals and represent them in multiple ways

#### 1.2: Students will demonstrate operation sense and apply operation principles and procedures in both numeric and algebraic situations.

1.2.2: model problem situations involving the addition and subtraction of simple fractions

1.2.4: apply computational facts and procedures (algorithms) in a wide variety of problem situations involving whole numbers and decimals

### 2: Patterns and Relations

#### 2.1: Students will explore, recognize, represent and apply patterns and relationships, both informally and formally.

2.1.1: describe, extend and create a wide variety of patterns and relationships to model and solve problems involving real-world situations and mathematical concepts

2.1.3: represent mathematical patterns and relationships in a variety of ways (including rules, tables and one- and two-dimensional graphs)

2.1.4: solve linear equations using informal, non-algebraic methods

### 3: Shape and Space

#### 3.1: Students will demonstrate an understanding of and apply concepts and skills associated with measurement.

3.1.1: extend understanding of measurement concepts and attributes to include volume, temperature, perimeter and angle

3.1.2: communicate using standard units, understand the relationship among commonly used SI units (e.g., mm, cm, m, km) and select appropriate units in given situations

3.1.3: estimate and apply measurement concepts and skills in relevant problem situations and select and use appropriate tools and units

#### 3.2: Students will demonstrate spatial sense and apply geometric concepts, properties and relationships.

3.2.1: identify, draw and build physical models of geometric figures

3.2.2: describe, model and compare 2- and 3-D figures and shapes, explore their properties and classify them in alternative ways

3.2.3: investigate and predict the results of transformations and begin to use them to compare shapes and explain geometric concepts (e.g., symmetry and similarity)

3.2.4: solve problems using geometric relationships and spatial reasoning

### 4: Data Management and Probability

#### 4.1: Students will solve problems involving the collection, display and analysis of data.

4.1.1: collect, organize and describe relevant data in multiple ways

4.1.2: construct a variety of data displays (including tables, charts and graphs) and consider their relative appropriateness

4.1.3: read, interpret, and make and modify predictions from displays of relevant data

4.1.4: develop and apply measures of central tendency (mean, median and mode)

4.1.5: formulate and solve simple problems (both realworld and from other academic disciplines) that involve the collection, display and analysis of data and explain conclusions which may be drawn

#### 4.2: Students will represent and solve problems involving uncertainty.

4.2.1: explore, interpret and make conjectures about everyday probability situations by estimating probabilities, conducting experiments, beginning to construct and conduct simulations, and analyzing claims which they see and hear

4.2.2: determine theoretical probabilities using simple counting techniques

Correlation last revised: 1/22/2020

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