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Elementary school

Math Curriculum
MATH is based on the Minnesota State Standards and the Everyday Math Curriculum.
Number and Numeration
�� reads and writes whole numbers up to 1,000,000; identifies places in such numbers and the values of the digits in those places
�� reads, writes, and models with manipulatives decimals through hundredths; identifies places in such numbers and the values of the digits in those places
�� translates between whole numbers and decimals represented in words, in base-10 notation, and with manipulatives
�� reads, writes, and models fractions
�� solves problems involving fractional parts of a region or a collection
�� finds multiples of 2, 5, and 10
�� uses numerical expressions involving one or more of the basic four arithmetic operations to give equivalent names for whole numbers
�� uses manipulatives and drawings to represent equivalent names for fractions and to generate equivalent fractions
�� compares and orders whole numbers up to 1,000,000
�� uses manipulatives to order decimals through hundredths
�� uses area models and benchmark fractions to compare and order fractions

Operations and Computation
�� demonstrates automaticity with all addition and subtraction facts through 10 + 10; uses basic facts to compute fact extensions
�� solves problems involving the addition and subtraction of whole numbers and decimals in a money context
�� demonstrates automaticity with x0, x1, x2, x5, and x10 multiplication facts; uses strategies to compute remaining facts up to 10 x 10
�� solves problems involving the multiplication of 2- and 3-digit whole numbers by 1-digit whole numbers
�� makes reasonable estimates for whole number addition and subtraction problems
�� recognizes and describes change, comparison, and part-and-total situations
�� uses repeated addition, arrays, and skip counting to model multiplication
�� uses equal sharing and equal grouping to model division

Data and Chance
�� collects and organizes data to create charts, tables, bar graphs, and line plots
�� uses graphs to ask and answer simple questions and draw conclusions
�� describes events using basic probability terms
�� predicts the outcomes of simple experiments and tests the predictions using manipulatives
�� expresses the probability of an event by using “______ out of ______” language

Measurement and Reference Frames
�� measures length to the nearest ½ inch and ½ centimeter; estimates length
�� draws and describes angles as records of rotations
�� describes and uses strategies to measure the perimeter of polygons
�� counts unit squares to find the area of rectangles
�� describes relationships among inches, feet, and yards
�� describes relationships between minutes in an hour, hours in a day, days in a week
�� tells and shows time to the nearest minute on an analog clock; tells and writes time in digital notation

Geometry
�� identifies and draws points, intersecting and parallel line segments and lines, rays, and right angles
�� identifies, describes, models, and compares plane and solid figures including circles, polygons, spheres, cylinders, rectangular prisms, pyramids, cones, and cubes using appropriate geometric terms
�� creates and completes 2-dimensional symmetric shapes or designs; locates multiple lines of symmetry in a 2-dimensional shape

Patterns, Functions, and Algebra
�� extends, describes, and creates numeric patterns; describes rules for patterns and uses them to solve problems
�� uses words and symbols to describe and write rules for functions involving addition, subtraction, and multiplication and uses those rules to solve problems
�� reads, writes, and explains number sentences using the symbols +, -, x, ÷, =, <, and > �� writes expressions and number sentences to model number stories; solves number sentences
�� recognizes that numeric expressions can have different values depending on the order in which the operations are carried out
�� understands that grouping symbols can be used to affect the order in which operations are carried out
�� describes and applies the Commutative and Associative Properties of Addition, the Commutative Property of Multiplication, and the Multiplicative Identity     
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