Learning Zone

Learning Zone



– – – – – – Grade K
– – – – – – Grade 1
– – – – – – Grade 2
– – – – – – Grade 3
– – – – – – Grade 4
              – – – – – * Add and subtract up to five digits.
              – – – – – * Carries out simple unit conversions.
              – – – – – * Collects, organize, represent and interpret data displayed in tables, bar, circl (5)
              – – – – – * Compares & analyzes 2D and 3D shapes. (6)
              – – – – – * Computes elapsed time. (3)
              – – – – – * Creates, describes and extends symbolic and numeric patterns. (1)
              – – – – – * Determines the value of variables in equations. (1)
              – – – – – * Finds the area and perimeter of rectangles, triangles &irregular shapes using di (1)
              – – – – – * Identifies and describes types of angles and lines. (1)
              – – – – – * Identifies appropriate tools &units (US &metric) to measure length, area, volume (1)
              – – – – – * Identifies fractions as part of a whole, parts of a groups or as a position on (3)
              – – – – – * Identifies, compares & orders fractions & decimals between 0 and 1. (4)
              – – – – – * Knows multiplication & division facts through 12×12 with automaticity. (7)
              – – – – – * Lists the possible combinations of objects from three sets. (1)
              – – – – – * Multiplies up to three digits by two digits. (4)
              – – – – – * Reads and writes and compares whole numbers to 100,000 including in expanded not (3)
              – – – – – Divides up to three digits by one digit & interpret remainders. (5)
              – – – – – Identifies decimal equivalents of common fractions. (1)
              – – – – – Identifies lines of symmetry. (3)
              – – – – – Lists & classifies possible outcomes in a probability situation.
              – – – – – Matches data sets with representations (graphs, tables, etc.)
              – – – – – Recognizes and applies commutative, associative and identiry properties of opera
              – – – – – Recognizes classes to which a number may belong. (2)
              – – – – – Recognizes similar and congruent figures.
              – – – – – Rounds whole numbers to 100,000. (3)
              – – – – – Select and use appropriate operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) to solve problems, including those involving money.
              – – – – – Solves problems involving proportional relationships.
              – – – – – Uses estimation strategies to judge reasonableness of an answer. (4)
              – – – – – Uses ordered pairs to describe paths. (1)
              – – – – – Uses reflections, rotations & translations to determine congruency.
– – – – – – Grade 5
– – – – – – Grade 6
– – – – – – Grade 7
– – – – – – Grade 8
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