Problem solving solve problems with and without manipulatives
 demonstrate that a problem can be solved in more than one way
 solve multistep problems
 write about solutions
 generalize solutions and apply to new situations
Reasoning  draw conclusions
 use models, facts, properties, and relationships to explain thinking
 compare and contrast figures, discuss strategy
Communication discuss mathematical concepts and relationships
 draw pictures and use objects to illustrate mathematical concepts
 write about mathematical topics presented in class
 explore patterns and relationships
Connections understand the mathematical processes and procedures of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, and relate them to one another
 apply mathematical skills and concepts (measurement, graphs, and data analysis) to other subject areas
Number Sense and Numeration read and write any given 4 digit number
 understand concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division and their relationship to one another
 explore number patterns and computation from 1 to 1,000
Whole Number Operations add any two or more numbers less than 1,000
 subtract any two numbers with subtrahend less than 1,000
 Basic facts: addition, subtraction, and multiplication
Fractions know fractional parts: 1/2, 1/3, 1/4 1/5, 1/6, 1/8
 use models to show and compare equivalent fractions.
Geometry Describe, model, and classify geometric figures: square, triangle, circle , rectangle, rhombus, trapezoid, and parallelogram
 cylinder, cone, cube sphere, and pyramid angles: (right, acute, obtuse, straight)
 congruence and symmetry
Measurement length – half inch, quarter inch
 measure to nearest half inch, quarter inch
 tell time to nearest minute
 explore area of rectangular regions and perimeter of shapes
 estimate and measure using quarts, gallons
 understand coin value
 given a specified amount of money and a price list, determine what can be purchased
 tell time to the hour, half hour, and minute
Data Analysis and Probability collect data construct picture, circle, and bar graphs
 interpret data from bar, picture, and circle graphs
 write questions and answers using information from a graph
 use manipulatives to explore probability
