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#### 0206.1. Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment):

##### 0206.1.1. Read and write time up to five-minute intervals.

##### 0206.1.12. Write numbers and translate word clues to number sentences and vice versa.

##### 0206.1.13. Use manipulatives such as pattern blocks, tangrams, etc. to explore geometric concepts of symmetry and transformations.

##### 0206.1.2. Relate days, dates, weeks, months, and years to a calendar.

##### 0206.1.4. Solve problems involving elapsed time in hour and half-hour intervals.

##### 0206.1.5. Count the value of a set of coins up to one dollar and use the transitive property of equality to recognize equivalent forms of values up to $1.00.

##### 0206.1.6. Read thermometers with Fahrenheit and Celsius scales.

##### 0206.1.7. Measure weight to the nearest pound or kilogram.

##### 0206.1.8. Use concrete models or pictures to show whether a fraction is less than a half, more than a half, or equal to a half.

##### 0206.1.9. Match the spoken, written, concrete, and pictorial representations of halves, thirds, and fourths.

### TN.2. Number and Operations

#### 0206.2. Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment):

##### 0206.2.1. Starting at any number, count by ones, twos, fives, tens, and hundreds up to 1000.

##### 0206.2.11. Solve addition and subtraction problems in context using various representations.

##### 0206.2.2. Read and write numbers up to 1000 using numerals and up to 100 using words.

##### 0206.2.3. Locate and interpret numbers on a number line.

##### 0206.2.4. Recognize that place-value notation represents the sums of multiples of powers of ten (e.g., 853 as 8 hundreds + 5 tens + 3 ones).

##### 0206.2.5. Compare and order multi-digit numbers up to 1000.

##### 0206.2.6. Use various models such as number lines, pictures, and base-ten blocks to illustrate addition and subtraction.

##### 0206.2.7. Develop fluency at recalling basic addition facts and related subtraction facts.

##### 0206.2.8. Use efficient procedures, and understand why they work, to solve problems involving the addition and subtraction of two- and three-digit whole numbers (including those that require regrouping).

##### 0206.2.9. Apply appropriate methods to estimate and mentally calculate sums or differences with ones, tens, and hundreds.

#### GLE 0206.2. Grade Level Expectations:

##### GLE 0206.2.1. Understand and use place value concepts to 1000.

##### GLE 0206.2.2. Understand and use the base-ten numeration system.

##### GLE 0206.2.3. Use efficient and accurate strategies to develop fluency with multi-digit addition and subtraction.

##### GLE 0206.2.4. Develop an initial understanding of multiplication.

### TN.3. Algebra

#### 0206.3. Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment):

##### 0206.3.2. Given a description, extend or find a missing term in a pattern or sequence.

##### 0206.3.3. Record and study patterns in lists of numbers created by repeated addition or subtraction.

##### 0206.3.5. Understand and use the commutative and associative properties of addition and multiplication.

##### 0206.3.7. Find unknowns in number sentences and problems involving addition, subtraction and multiplication.

#### GLE 0206.3. Grade Level Expectations:

##### GLE 0206.3.1. Develop pattern recognition.

##### GLE 0206.3.2. Extend knowledge of the properties of numbers and operations to multiplication.

##### GLE 0206.3.3. Solve simple arithmetic problems using various methods.

### TN.4. Geometry and Measurement

#### 0206.4. Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment):

##### 0206.4.3. Understand the property of transitivity as it relates to linear measurement (for example: If A is longer than B, and B is longer then C, then A is longer than C).

##### 0206.4.4. Estimate, measure, and calculate length to the nearest unit: meter, centimeter, yard, foot, and inch.

#### GLE 0206.4. Grade Level Expectations:

##### GLE 0206.4.1. Recognize, classify, and transform 2- and 3-dimensional geometric figures.

##### GLE 0206.4.2. Understand the meaning and process of linear measurement.

##### GLE 0206.4.3. Add, subtract, compare, compute and estimate linear measurements.

### TN.5. Data, Probability and Statistics

#### 0206.5. Checks for Understanding (Formative/Summative Assessment):

##### 0206.5.1. Read, interpret, and analyze data shown in tables, bar graphs and picture graphs.

##### 0206.5.2. Read, interpret, and create tables using tally marks.

##### 0206.5.3. Explain whether a real world event is likely or unlikely.

#### GLE 0206.5. Grade Level Expectations:

##### GLE 0206.5.2. Determine whether an event is likely or unlikely.

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