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Whole Numbers Kindergarten Math Whole Numbers Kindergarten Math Temperature Kindergarten Math Full & Empty Kindergarten Math More or Less Kindergarten Math Whole Numbers Kindergarten Math ### PA.2.1. Numbers, Number Systems and Number Relationships

#### 2.1.6.A. Model and compare values of whole numbers, mixed numbers, fractions, and decimals.

#### 2.1.6.B. Represent whole numbers, fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, and percents in equivalent forms.

#### 2.1.6.C. Use models to represent the concept of equivalent forms of a fraction, decimal, and/or percent.

#### 2.1.6.D. Apply place value concepts to order and compare decimals; use the number line to order and compare decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers.

#### 2.1.6.E. Apply number theory concepts to calculate the GCF (Greatest Common Factor) and/or LCM (Least Common Multiple) of two numbers.

#### 2.1.6.F. Apply the associative, commutative, distributive and/or identity properties to write equivalent forms of expressions.

### PA.2.10. Trigonometry

#### 2.10.6.A. Identify and compare parts of right triangles, including right angles, acute angles, hypotenuses, and legs.

### PA.2.11. Concepts of Calculus

#### 2.11.6.A. Make comparisons of numbers (e.g., more, less, same, least, most, greater than, less than).

#### 2.11.6.B. Describe the relationship between rates of change and another variable (e.g., time, temperature).

### PA.2.2. Computation and Estimation

#### 2.2.6.B. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers.

#### 2.2.6.C. Apply the associative, commutative, distributive, and/or identity properties to evaluate numerical expressions.

#### 2.2.6.D. Estimate solutions of problems involving whole numbers and decimals and check the reasonableness of those estimates.

### PA.2.3. Measurement and Estimation

#### 2.3.6.A. Use models to illustrate the meaning of perimeter, area, and volume.

#### 2.3.6.B. Use appropriate units to measure perimeter, area, and volume; use a protractor to measure angles between 0 and 180 degrees.

#### 2.3.6.C. Use given measurements to calculate a missing length, perimeter, area, and/or volume; Calculate elapsed time across am/pm and across days.

#### 2.3.6.D. Perform basic conversions within the metric and within the customary systems.

### PA.2.6. Statistics and Data Analysis

#### 2.6.6.A. Gather data from a variety of appropriate sources.

#### 2.6.6.B. Select an appropriate method to organize data; select an appropriate format to display data.

#### 2.6.6.C. Select and use, as appropriate, the mean, median, mode, and/or range to describe sets of data.

#### 2.6.6.E. Interpret data displayed in a table, histogram, graph, or data summarized by numerical measures.

### PA.2.7. Probability and Predictions

#### 2.7.6.A. Collect data and estimate the likelihood of outcomes of an event.

#### 2.7.6.C. Express the probability of a simple event as a fraction, decimal, and percent.

#### 2.7.6.D. List the possible outcomes for two independent events and compare the outcomes.

#### 2.7.6.E. Find and interpret the experimental probability of an outcome of a simple event.

### PA.2.8. Algebra and Functions

#### 2.8.6.A. Use the concept of equality to demonstrate understanding of the distributive property.

#### 2.8.6.B. Select and use strategies to solve number sentences (and inequalities) and explain the method of solution.

#### 2.8.6.C. Recognize, describe, extend, create, replicate, form a rule, and/or find a missing element for a variety of whole number patterns, sequences, and relationships verbally, numerically, symbolically, and graphically.

#### 2.8.6.D. Determine a functional rule from a table or graph.

#### 2.8.6.E. Use combinations of symbols and numbers to create expressions, equations, and inequalities that model mathematical situations.

#### 2.8.6.F. Interpret the results of solving equations in one variable in the context of the situation that motivated the model.

### PA.2.9. Geometry

#### 2.9.6.A. Identify, define, label, and/or describe properties of 1-, 2-, and 3- dimensional shapes and their related parts, and classify and compare 2- and 3- dimensional shapes on the basis of their properties.

#### 2.9.6.C. Identify on a 2- dimensional coordinate system the location of points with non-negative fractional or decimal coordinates; plot in a two-dimensional coordinate system a point represented by an ordered pair of nonnegative fractions, mixed numbers, or decimals.

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