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    Unit Skills

    Please practice the following skills at home. Please spend a few minutes each night practicing your basic math facts.

    Units 1 & 2

    Count the values of coins and bill combinations.

    Addition facts for sums to 10.

    Place value for ones, tens, and hundreds.

    Complete number sentences; identify and use number patters to solve problems.

    Find equivalent names for numbers.

    Compare numbers using the following signs: <, >, =.

    Count by 2s, 5s, and 10s.

    Make tallies and give the total.

    Tell time to 5 minute intervals.


    Unit 3

    Solve Frames-and-Arrows problems having two rules.

    Make change with money.

    Tell time to 5-minute intervals.

    Identify place value in 2-digit and 3-digit numbers.

    Show pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters for a given amount of money.

    Know addition facts.


    Unit 4

    Devise and use strategies for finding sums of 2-digit numbers.

    Devise and use strategies for finding differences of 2-digit numbers.

    Estimate approximate costs and sums.

    Read degrees Fahrenheit on a thermometer.

    Add and subtract with multiples of 10.


    Unit 5

    Identify 3-dimensional shapes, such as rectangular prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones and spheres.

    Identify symmetrical figures.

    Find common attributes of shapes.

    Identify parallel and nonparallel line segments.

    Draw line segments.

    Identify 2-dimensional shapes.

    Unit 6

    Solve stories about multiples of equal groups.

    Solve equal-grouping and equal-sharing division problems.

    Use the trade-first method to solve 2-digit subtraction problems.

    Make ballpark estimates of exact answers.

    Model multiplication problems with arrays.

    Add three 2-digit numbers mentally.

    Add and subtract multiples of 10.

    Solve addition and subtraction number stories.

    Add three 1-digit numbers mentally.


    Unit 7

    Find missing addends for any multiple of 10.

    Find the median (middle value) of a data set.

    Add three 2-digit numbers mentally.

    Measure to the nearest inch.

    Measure to the nearest centimeter.

    Know complements of 10.

    Count by 2s, 5s and 10s and describe the pattern.

    Find missing addends for the next multiple of 10.

    Solve number-grid puzzles.

    Plot data on a bar graph.


    Unit 8

    Compare fractions less than one.

    Understand fractions as names for equal parts of a region or set.

    Understand that the amount represented by a fraction depends on the size of the whole (ONE).

    Shade a specified fractional part of a set.

    Give the fraction name for the shaded part of a set.

    Find equivalent fractions for given fractions.

    Shade a specified fractional part of a region.

    Give the fraction name for the shaded part of a region.


    Unit 9

    Identify equivalencies for millimeters, centimeters, decimeters, and meters.

    Measure to the nearest 1/2 inch.

    Measure to the nearest 1/2 centimeter.

    Use appropriate units for measurement and recognize sensible measurements.

    Find area concretely.

    Find perimeter concretely.

    Identify equivalencies for inches, feet and yards.

    Use a ruler, tape measure, and meter/yardstick correctly.


    Unit 10

    Use parentheses in number models.

    Solve money stories involving change.

    Estimate totals for "ballpark" check of exact answers.

    Know and express automatically the values of digits in 5-digit numbers.

    Read and write money amounts in decimal notation.

    Use equivalent coins to show money amounts in different ways.

    Use a calculator to compute money amounts.

    Exchange pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.

    Know and express automatically the values of digits in 2-, 3-, and 4-digit numbers.