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American Symbols & HolidaysThanksgiving Day Patterns First Grade Math Subtraction is not Commutative Second Grade Math Patterns & Sorting Kindergarten Math Addition Kindergarten Math Whole Numbers Kindergarten Math On & Off Kindergarten Math ### PA.2.1. Numbers, Number Systems and Number Relationships

#### 2.1.3.A. Apply one-to-one correspondence and number patterns to count up and count back and to compare values of whole numbers and values of money.

#### 2.1.3.C. Use drawings, diagrams or models to show the concept of fraction as part of a whole.

#### 2.1.3.D. Apply place value concepts and base-ten numeration to order and compare whole numbers.

#### 2.1.3.E. Apply number patterns even and odd, factors and multiples to represent numbers in various ways.

#### 2.1.3.F. Understand the concepts of addition and subtraction and use the inverse relationships between addition and subtraction to determine unknown quantities in equations.

### PA.2.10. Trigonometry

#### 2.10.3.A. Identify right angles in the environment.

### PA.2.11. Concepts of Calculus

#### 2.11.3.A. Identify whole number quantities and measurements from least to most and greatest value.

### PA.2.2. Computation and Estimation

#### 2.2.3.A. Develop fluency in the use of basic facts for the four operations.

#### 2.2.3.B. Add and subtract single- and double-digit numbers with regrouping and triple-digit numbers, without regrouping including problems with money.

#### 2.2.3.D. Estimate values, sums, and differences of quantities and conclude the reasonableness of those estimates.

### PA.2.3. Measurement and Estimation

#### 2.3.3.A. Demonstrate an understanding of measurable characteristics and the need to quantify those characteristics.

#### 2.3.3.B. Identify a measurable characteristic of an object, select an appropriate standard or non-standard unit of measure and tool, and determine the measurement to a specified level of accuracy.

#### 2.3.3.C. Tell time on an analog and digital clock, identify times of day and night as a.m. and p.m., and calculate elapsed time.

#### 2.3.3.F. Estimate and verify measurements of length, area, weight, and capacity.

### PA.2.6. Statistics and Data Analysis

#### 2.6.3.B. Organize and display data using pictures, tallies, charts, bar graphs and pictographs.

#### 2.6.3.C. Describe data displayed in a diagram (e.g., Venn) a graph or a table.

#### 2.6.3.D. Analyze data shown in tables, charts, diagrams, and graphs; compare the data from two categories displayed in a graph and compare representations of a set of data in different graphs.

### PA.2.7. Probability and Predictions

#### 2.7.3.B. Determine whether different outcomes of the same event are equally likely or not equally likely.

#### 2.7.3.C. Write the likelihood of an event as a fraction.

### PA.2.8. Algebra and Functions

#### 2.8.3.A. Use the concept of equality and concrete objects to demonstrate understanding of commutative, associative, and identity properties.

#### 2.8.3.B. Use concrete objects and trial and error to solve number sentences (equations and inequalities).

#### 2.8.3.C. Recognize, describe, extend, create, and replicate a variety of patterns including attribute, activity, number, and geometric patterns.

#### 2.8.3.D. Use a rule to find a missing value and determine a rule for a given pattern.

#### 2.8.3.E. Use concrete objects or combinations of symbols and numbers to represent expressions, equations, and inequalities that model mathematical situations.

### PA.2.9. Geometry

#### 2.9.3.A. Name, describe and draw/build 2- and 3- dimensional shapes

#### 2.9.3.B. Identify and draw lines of symmetry.

#### 2.9.3.C. Identify locations of points with whole number coordinates on a number line or on a 2- dimensional coordinate system.

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