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Mrs. Cauley

Math Intervention &
K-5 Math Curriculum Coordinator

DARCY.CAULEY@BALLINGERISD.NET

325-365-3527 ext. 3028

 


Kinder

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

Number Sets

¤Whole numbers to 20

¤Whole numbers to 120

¤Halves and fourths using words


¤Whole numbers to 1,200

¤Halves, fourths, and eighths using words

¤Whole numbers to 100,000

¤Fractions using symbolic notation

¤Whole numbers to 1,000,000,000

¤Decimals to tenths and hundredths

¤Fractions

¤Positive rational numbers

Decimals to thousandths

Number Representations & Relationships

¤Standard form

¤Decompositions within 10

¤Standard form

¤Expanded form

¤Decompositions within 120

¤Standard form

¤Word form

¤Expanded form

¤Decompositions within 1,200

¤Odd & Even

¤Standard form

¤Word form

¤Expanded notation

¤Decompositions within 120,000

¤Odd & Even

¤Rounding (whole numbers)

¤Standard form

¤Word form

¤Expanded notation

¤Decimals and fractions

¤Rounding (whole numbers)

¤Standard form

¤Word form

¤Expanded notation

¤Rounding (decimals)

Counting Numbers

¤Count to at least 20, forward & backward, with and without objects.

¤Recite to at least 100, forward, by 1s and 10s, from any given number.

¤Recite to 120, forward & backward, from any given number.

¤Skip count to 120 by 2s, 5s, and 10s.

¤Count fractional parts beyond one whole with models.




Compare & Order

¤Compare sets of objects and written numerals to at least 20

¤Compare whole numbers to 120 using comparative symbols >, <, =.

¤Order whole numbers to 120

¤Compare & order whole numbers to 1,200 using comparative symbols >, <, =.


¤Compare & order whole numbers to 100,00 using comparative symbols >, <, =.

¤Compare fractions (same numerator or same denominator)

¤Compare & order whole numbers to 100,000,000 using comparative symbols >, <, =.

¤Compare & order decimals to hundredths

¤Compare fractions (different numerator and different denominator)

¤Compare & order positive rational numbers and decimals to thousandths using comparative symbols >, <, =

Fractions

(No operations)


¤Halves and fourths in geometry

¤Halves, fourths, and eighths

¤Denominators of 2, 3, 4, 6, & 8 and beyond unless specified.

¤Unit fractions

¤Equivalent fractions

¤Symbolic notation

¤Benchmark fractions

¤Fractions to decimals

¤Equivalent fractions


Addition & Subtraction

¤Whole number within 10

¤Whole number within 20

¤Addition and subtraction facts within 20

¤Whole numbers within 1,000

¤Standard addition and subtraction algorithm with regrouping

¤Addition and subtraction facts within 20

¤Whole numbers within 1,000 fluently

¤Estimate solutions involving whole numbers

¤Whole numbers & decimals to hundredths

¤Fractions with EQUAL denominators

¤Estimate solutions involving whole numbers

¤Positive rational numbers fluently

¤Whole numbers and decimals to thousandths

¤Fractions with UNEQUAL denominators

¤Estimate to determine solutions involving whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.

Multiplication & Division



¤Contextual multiplication and division situations

¤Multiplication facts to 10 x 10 with automaticity and recall corresponding division facts

¤Multiply a two digit number by a one digit number

¤Divide a two digit number by a one digit number

¤Multiply and divide a four digit number by a one digit number

¤Multiply a two digit number by a two digit number

¤Multiply a number by 10 or 100 and describe the product

¤Estimate solutions involving whole numbers

¤Multiply (3 digit by 2 digit) & divide (4 digit by 2 digit) whole numbers

¤Multiply and divide decimals (to thousandths)

¤Multiply a whole number and a fraction

¤Divide a whole number by a unit fraction and a unit fraction by a whole number

¤Estimate to determine solutions.

Personal Financial Literacy

¤Income/money

¤Skills

¤Want/needs

¤Income/money

¤Goods/services

¤Want/needs

¤Saving & spending

¤Charitable Giving

¤Savings and spending

¤Deposits and withdrawals

¤Borrowing and lending

¤Producers and consumers

¤Cost to produce a simple item


¤Human capital/labor and income

¤Availability or scarcity of resources

¤Income, spending, saving, credit, and charitable giving

¤Fixed and variable expenses

¤Profit

¤Saving and spending

¤Financial institutions

¤Define: income tax, payroll tax, sales tax, and property tax

¤Gross income and net income

¤methods of payment

¤Systems for financial records

¤Balance a simple budget



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