
NUMBERS AND OPERATIONS

Grade K
Adding and Subtracting with Bears: Given concrete materials, models subtraction problems using facts to 5.
Number Jar: Given concrete materials, counts with onetoone correspondence and recognizes "how many" in a group of up to 20 objects.
Stand Up for Tens: Orally accounts forward to 50 and backward from 10.
Grade 1
Building Numbers: Given concrete materials, solves subtraction problems using 2digit numbers.
Grouping by Tens: Given concrete materials, solves subtractions problems using 2digit numbers.
Number Pictures: Given concrete materials, names and then write 2digit numbers.
Grade 2
Build It and Build It Again: Given concrete materials, represnts a 2digit number is two different ways.
Grandpa Ones and Grandma Tens: A play about regrouping, given concrete materials, solves subtraction problems using 2digit numbers.
How Many Now? Given concrete materials and numeral cards, compares 3digit numbers as 10 more or less and 100 more or less.
Grade 3
Fair Share: Given concrete materials, models division problems using facts to 25.
How Many Tiles? Given concrete materials, models multiplication problems using facts to 25.
Number of the Day: Given concrete materials and numeral cards, represents 3 and 4digit numbers and identifies place value.

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GEOMETRY

Grade K
Circles, Triangles, and Squares: Given a set of geometric shapes, names and describes their attributes.
Hidden Shapes: Given a picture, locates geometric shapes in the picture.
Where is it? Part 1: Given position words, locates objects in a picture.
Where is it? Part 2: Given position words, locates objects in a picture.
Grade 1
Memory Game: Given a picture, redraws a design from memory.
Rectangles and Squares: Given a picture, compares and contrasts the attributes of two geometric shapes.
Shape Locator: Given oral directions, arranges concrete materials on a twodimensional surface and describes their location.
Grade 2
Memory Drawing: Given a picture, redraws a design from memory.
Shape Attributes: Given a picture, defines and compares geometric shapes by properties.
Grade 3
Making Shapes: Given concrete materials, combines geometric shapes in different ways to form the same shape.
Slides and Flips: Given a concrete object, transforms the object using flips, slides, and turns.
What’s in a Rectangular Prism?: Given a picture, finds the twodimensional representation of a rectangular prism and describes its attributes (number of faces, vertices, edges).

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MEASUREMENT

Grade K
Half Time: Given pictures of analog clocks, tells time to the halfhour.
How Long? Given concrete materials, uses nonstandard units to measure lengths of up to 5 units.
Time for Dinner: Given pictures of digital and analog clocks, tells time to the hour.
Which Tool?: Given pictures, determines the appropriate measurement tool to measure capacity, time, and temperature in the context of a reallife situation.
Grade 1
Colorful Measurement: Given concrete materials, uses nonstandard units to measure lengths of up to 10 units.
Pick a Card!: Given realworld contexts, determines the appropriate unit of measurement from pounds, inches, and minutes.
Grade 2
5 Minutes: Given pictures of analog clocks, compares time and tells time to the nearest 5 minutes.
Classroom Measurement: Given concrete materials, uses standard and nonstandard units to measure length.
Measurement Tools: Given pictures and realworld contexts, determines the appropriate tool to measure length, weight, capacity, and temperature.
Grade 3
Three Figures: Measures the area and perimeter of figures, using a grid and concrete materials.
Time Passes On: Given pictures of analog clocks and realworld contexts, tells time to the minute and solves elapsedtime problems.
What Do I Use?: Given realworld contexts, determines appropriate unit of measurement from inches, feet, square feet, and miles.

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ALGEBRA

Grade K
How Many Ants?: Given concrete materials, finds missing addends in pictorial representations of facts to 10.
Sorting Blocks and Buttons: Given concrete materials and/or pictures, sorts, classifies, and compares objects by at least 1 attribute.
TwoColor Patterns: Given concrete materials, identifies and extends 2category patterns.
Grade 1
Color Patterns Part 1: Given concrete materials, identifies, extends, and then creates 3category patterns.
Color Patterns Part 2: Given concrete materials, identifies, extends, and then creates 3category patterns.
Sorting Rules: Given concrete materials and/or pictures, sorts, classifies, and compares objects by at least 2 attributes.
This Way or That: Given pictorial representations, uses the commutative property to solve addition problems to 18.
Grade 2
Addition Patterns: Given a sequence of numbers, extends, describes, then creates growing number patterns.
Button Sort: Given concrete materials and/or pictures, sorts, classifies, and compares objects by at least 3 attributes.
Cars and Tires: Given information in a table, finds patterns to solve problems in a reallife context.
Grade 3
Sorting Shapes: Given concrete materials and/or pictures, sorts, classifies, and compares geometric figures by number of sides.
Starfish Rays: Given a table of numbers, completes, describes, and extends number patterns.
What’s Missing?: Given equations, solves for missing values in these equations.

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DATA ANALYSIS AND PROBABILITY

Grade K
Favorite Lunch Food: Given two picture graphs, chooses the correct graph for given data and reads the data.
Likely vs. Unlikely: Given realworld contexts, recognizes events as likely or unlikely
Rainforest Walk: Given concrete materials, organizes data in a bar graph.
Grade 1
Drawing Cards: Given a picture of two different kinds of cards, predicts the more likely of 2 possible outcomes when randomly drawing a card.
Muffin Match: Given two picture graphs, chooses the correct picture graph for given data and compares the data.
Walk Around the Pond: Given concrete materials, organizes data in a bar graph and answers questions relevant to the data in the graph.
Grade 2
Graph the Cubes: Given concrete materials and a tally chart, organizes data in a bar graph with 3 categories and formulates questions relevant to the data in the graph.
Most Likely vs. Least Likely: Given a picture, predicts the most likely and least likely of 3 possible outcomes when randomly picking an object from the bag.
Weather Match: Given two 3category bar graphs, chooses the correct bar graph for given data and compares the data.
Grade 3
Build a Bar Graph: Given concrete materials and a table, organizes data in a bar graph with 4 categories and formulates questions relevant to the data in the graph.
Match the Graph: Given two 4category bar graphs, chooses the correct graph for given data and compares the data.
Most Likely: Given a spinner with unequal sections, predicts the most likely of 3 possible outcomes when spinning the spinner.

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