- Read print numbers to 10 000 and locate, compare, order, represent, estimate and identify numbers to 10 000
- Count by 3's, 4's, 6's, 7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's to 100
- Multiplication facts are committed to memory up to the 10 X tables. (Understand the division facts also)
- Understand decimals to the hundredths 0.01 and be able to add and subtract decimals.
- Demonstrate an understanding of fractions.
- Select the appropriate problem solving methods in word problems for the above operations
- Complete understanding of inches, feet, yards, miles, millimeters, centimeters, meters, kilometers etc.
- Measure accuratey, and make appropriate estimations of which units of measure apply.
- Full understanding of years, decades, centuries, millenniums.
- Full comphrension of making change and adding money uip to $50.00
- Measure perimenter and area and be able to measure a variety of polygons.
- Measure mass and volume by selecting the appropriate units
- Identify, sort, classify a variety of geometric shapes and figures.
- Make a variety of geometric 'skeletons' with straws, toothpics etc.
- Full understanding of similar and congruent figures.
- Measure a variety of angles with a protractor.
- Apply translations, reflections and rotations with geometric figures, geo-boards and coordinates.
- Identify, create, analyze and extend patterns and describe the rules
- Determine the values in equations when there are missing terms in the four operations.
- Demonstrate equivalence in equations with the 4 operations.
- Predict results based on logical reasoning before collecting data
- Conduct surveys and experiments and represent the collected data on a graph
- Construct a variety of graphs and label them appropriately
- Discuss the real world need for data and the collection of data
- Read and interpret data in a variety of graphs etc.
- Begin using tree diagrams to organize data, make decision on data gathered and sorted.
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