Enhanced 2007 Grade Level Expectations
M1.A.1: Read, compare, order, use and represent fractions, (halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths and tenths with all numerators); and compare, order, use and represent decimals to thousandths and convert between decimals and percentages.
M1.A.3: Recognize and apply concepts of prime and composite numbers and use divisibility rules for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10; and recognize and find factors and multiples of natural numbers.
M1.B.1: Compute and model all four operations with whole numbers, common fractions and decimals to thousandths, and do straight computation with these numbers and operations. Division limited to 2-digit whole number divisors and 3- digit dividends.
M1.B.2: Create, solve, and justify the solution for multi-step, real-life problems with whole numbers, common fractions and decimals to thousandths, with division limited to 2-digit whole number divisors and 3-digit dividends.
M2.E.1: Use properties/ attributes (limited to number of sides, number of angles, and length of sides, lines of symmetry, parallel sides, perpendicular sides, and angles relative to 90¡) to classify polygons; and to compare and classify rectangular prisms, including cubes; and triangular prisms and draw 2- dimensional shapes.
M2.E.3: Use ordered pairs as coordinates of points in the first quadrant of a coordinate plane.
M2.F.1: Perform conversions between inches, feet and yards; seconds, minutes and hours; pounds and ounces; and cups, pints, quarts and gallons.
M2.F.2: Solve problems involving direct measures of length, distance, elapsed time, temperature, capacity, mass and weight.
M2.F.3: Compute the area and perimeter of triangles and rectangles with whole numbers (formula use), and find the volume of rectangular solids using pictures of blocks or gridded diagram with correct units.
M3.C.1: Organize data to find modes, medians, means and ranges for sets of data and displays: Data displays include frequency distributions, tables, line plots, or bar graphs (e.g., given a bar graph, determine the mode, median, range and mean).
M3.D.1: Find the probabilities of simple events and represent them as fractions (simplest form not needed).
M3.D.4: Find the number of arrangements of 3 factors with no more than 4 choices per factor (e.g., tree diagram, organized list, pictures).
M4.G.1: Translate real-life situations into addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division sentences with whole numbers (mix of operations included).
M4.G.3: Solve problems involving linear patterns in the form of tables, graphs, words, rules and equations using whole numbers, decimals to hundredths and simple fractions.
M4.H.1: Evaluate formulas with no more than 3 variables using the computation specified in M1B1.6.
M4.H.6: Solve one-step equations using whole numbers with all four operations.
M4.K.2: Read and use statistics, tables, and graphs to communicate ideas and information. Data displays include frequency distributions, tables, line plots, histograms or bar graphs and pie charts/circle graphs (read only).
Correlation last revised: 12/4/2008