June 16, 2019

Here is a list of skills and concepts that students are assessed against at each grade level.

Kindergarten
• Know counting sequence to 100
• Count and tell the number of objects
• Read and write numerals to 20
• Compare numerals
• Understand concept of addition and subtraction
• Understand place value (11-19)
• Identify and describe shapes
• Use strategies to solve problems accurately
• Justify their thinking
• Begin to use mathematical language

• Extend the counting sequence to 120
• Read and write numerals to 120
• Compare two 2-digit numbers using <, >, =
• Represent and solve addition and subtraction problems
• Work with addition and subtraction equations
• Fluently add and subtract within 20
• Understand place value tens and ones
• Tell and write time to the half hour
• Reason with shapes and their attributes
• Use strategies to solve problems accurately
• Justify their thinking
• Begin to use mathematical language

• Represent and solve addition and subtraction problems
• Memorize addition and subtraction facts within 20
• Understand place value to the thousands
• Fluently add and subtract within 100
• Measure and estimate lengths in standard units
• Tell and write time to five minutes
• Solve word problems with money
• Reason with shapes and their attributes
• Use strategies to solve problems accurately
• Justify their thinking
• Critique the thinking of others
• Use mathematical language

• Add and subtract within 1000
• Represent and solve multiplication and division problems
• Multiply and divide within 100
• Memorize multiplication facts of two one-digit numbers
• Solve word problems involving the four operations (+, - , x, ÷)
• Develop understanding of fractions as numbers
• Solve problems involving measurement to include time
• Understand concepts of area and perimeter
• Reason with shapes and their attributes
• Use strategies to solve problems accurately
• Justify their thinking
• Critique the thinking of others
• Use precise mathematical language

• Use the four operations with whole numbers to solve problems
• Perform multi-digit arithmetic
• Understand fraction equivalence and ordering
• Add and subtract fractions and multiply a fraction by a whole number
• Solve word problems involving operations on fractions (+, -, x)
• Understand decimal notation for fractions, and compare decimal fractions
• Solve problems involving measurement and conversion of measurements
• Understand concepts of angles and measure angles
• Draw and identify lines and angles
• Classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles
• Use strategies to solve problems accurately
• Justify their thinking
• Critique the thinking of others
• Use precise mathematical language