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## Math

U.S. PresidentsU.S. Presidents Measuring Length Kindergarten Math Addition Facts First Grade Math Place Value Second Grade Math Whole Numbers Kindergarten Math Comparing Fractions Third Grade Math Whole Numbers Kindergarten Math **Ordinals**Worksheets :4Study Guides :1Vocabulary :2**Subtraction Facts**Worksheets :3Study Guides :1Vocabulary :1**Subtraction is not Commutative**Worksheets :3Study Guides :1Vocabulary :1**Time**Worksheets :4Study Guides :1Vocabulary :2### TN.1. Mathematical Processes

#### 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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