Criterion-Referenced Test Frameworks
B.a.1: Recognize and apply place-value concepts to whole numbers less than 1,000
B.a.2: Read, write, and represent numbers using words, numerals, pictures (e.g. base-ten blocks), number lines, , arrays, expanded forms (24=20+4) and symbolic renaming e.g., 24=30-6.
B.a.3: Compare and order whole numbers less than 1,000
B.a.6: Identify a fractional part of a collection/set.
B.a.7: Read, write and represent fractional parts of a whole e.g., 1/4, 1/2.
B.b.1: Use addition and subtraction in everyday situations and solve one-step word problems.
B.b.3: Demonstrate the concept of multiplication as grouping or repeated addition in context with products up to 50.
B.b.4: Demonstrate understanding of the concept of division as repeated subtraction, partitioning/sharing or measuring (dividend up to 30 and divisors up to 5).
B.b.5: Use fractions to represent quantities when solving problems involving equal sharing or partitioning.
B.b.6: Represent with shaded circles, rods, squares, pictorial representations of a whole.
B.b.7: Estimate sums to tens and hundreds and differences to ten.
C.b.2: Apply concepts of single-motion geometry (e.g., slides, flips and turns) to match two identical shapes.
C.c.1: Use simple 2-dimensional coordinate systems to find locations on maps and to represent points and simple figures with coordinates of letters and numbers, (e.g., (E, 3)).
D.a.1: Describe attributes of length, time and temperature and identify appropriate units to measure them. Units include: inches, feet, yards, centimeters, meters, seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years and degrees Fahrenheit/Celsius.
D.b.1: Read and interpret measuring instruments to determine the measurement of objects with non-standard and standard units to the nearest centimeter or 1/2-inch.
D.b.4: Investigate measurements of area.
D.c.1: Apply estimation techniques using non-standard units.
E.a.1: Answer and pose questions about collecting, organizing and displaying data. Work with data in the context of real-world situations by determining what data to collect and when and how to collect it to answer questions.
E.a.2: Collect, organize and display data in simple bar graphs and charts including translating data from one form to the other.
E.b.1: Determine if the occurrence of future events are more, less or equally likely to occur.
F.a.1: Recognize, extend, describe, create and replicate a variety of patterns including attribute, number and geometric patterns. Such as:
F.a.1.a: Picture patterns
F.a.1.b: Patterns in tables and charts
F.a.1.c: "What's-my-rule?" patterns
F.a.1.d: Patterns using addition and subtraction rules.
F.a.2: Focusing on relationships within patterns as well as extending patterns e.g., patterns and relationships represented with pictures, tables and charts, and "what's-my-rule?" patterns using addition and subtraction rules.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018