  STANDARD 1 - STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND THE BASE-TEN NUMERATION SYSTEM, PLACE VALUE CONCEPTS, SIMPLE FRACTIONS AND PERFORM OPERATIONS WITH WHOLE NUMBERS.

Standard 1, Objective 1 - Represent whole numbers up to 10,000, comprehend place value concepts, and identify relationships among whole numbers using base-ten models and symbolic notation.

Standard 1, Objective 2 - Use fractions to communicate and compare parts of the whole.

Standard 1, Objective 3 - Model problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Standard 1, Objective 4 - Compute and solve problems involving addition and subtraction of 3- and 4- digit numbers and basic facts of multiplication and division.

STANDARD 2 - STUDENTS WILL USE PATTERNS, SYMBOLS, OPERATIONS, AND PROPERTIES OF ADDITION AND MULTIPLICATION TO REPRESENT AND DESCRIBE SIMPLE NUMBER RELATIONSHIPS.

Standard 2, Objective 1 - Create, represent, and analyze growing patterns.

Standard 2, Objective 2 - Recognize, represent, and simplify simple number relationships using symbols, operations, and properties.

STANDARD 3 - STUDENTS WILL DESCRIBE AND ANALYZE ATTRIBUTES OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL SHAPES.

Standard 3, Objective 1 - Describe and compare attributes of two-dimensional shapes.

Standard 3, Objective 2 - Demonstrate the meaning of congruence through applying transformations.

STANDARD 4 - STUDENTS WILL SELECT AND USE APPROPRIATE UNITS AND MEASUREMENT TOOLS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS.

Standard 4, Objective 1 - Select and use appropriate tools and units to estimate and measure length, weight, capacity, time, and perimeter of two-dimensional figures.

Standard 4, Objective 2 - Solve problems involving measurements.

STANDARD 5 - STUDENTS WILL COLLECT AND ORGANIZE DATA TO MAKE PREDICTIONS AND IDENTIFY BASIC CONCEPTS OF PROBABILITY.

Standard 5, Objective 1 - Collect, organize, and display data to make predictions.

Standard 5, Objective 2 - Identify basic concepts of probability.  