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M1 Numbers and Operations

2. M.1a: We are learning to use place value to represent whole numbers through 1,000 using numerals, words, and physical models. 2. M.1b: We are learning to identify numbers as even or odd numbers and deciding if a set of objects is even or odd. 2. M.1c: We are learning to show equal representations for whole numbers by using addition and subtraction facts. 2. M.1d: We are learning to explain and show addition and subtraction for two-digit numbers without regrouping, e.g., doubling, making jumps of ten, partial sums or differences, counting up or back. 2. M.1e: We are learning to explain and demonstrate addition and subtraction for two-digit numbers with regrouping. We are learning to use strategies such as doubling, making jumps of ten, partial sums or differences, counting up or back. 2. M.1f: We are learning to estimate and verify answers in addition and subtraction problems with two-digit numbers.

2. M.1g: We are learning to solve multistep problems involving addition and subtraction. 2. M.1h: We are learning to count by twos, fives, and tens to 100. 2. M.1i: We are learning to model and demonstrate multiplication and division problems. 2. M.1j: We are learning to use words, numerals, and physical models to represent fractions and their relationship to the whole.

M2 Algebra

2. M.2a: We are learning to create and describe patterns with multiple attributes. 2. M.2b: We are learning to identify and extend a linear pattern by its rules. 2. M.2c: We are learning to use symbols to represent unknown quantities and identify values for symbols. 2. M.2d: We are learning to represent equivalence and extend the concept to situations involving symbols. 2. M.2e: We are learning to solve open sentences by representing an expression in more than one way using the associative property of addition. 2. M.2f: We are learning to model and describe a problem situation using symbols and operations. 2. M.2g: We are learning to describe qualitative changes. 2. M.2h: We are learning to describe quantitative changes, especially those involving addition and subtraction.

M3 Geometry
2. M.3a: We are learning to predict the results of putting together and taking apart two-dimensional shapes. 2. M.3b: We are learning to find and name locations using simple relationships and in coordinate systems, e.g., grids, maps. 2. M.3c: We are learning to identify shapes that have been rotated (turned), reflected (flipped), and translated (slide). Describe direction of translations, e.g., left, right, down, up. 2. M.3d: We are learning to identify and create shapes with symmetry.

M4 Measurement
2. M.4a: We are learning to tell time in five-minute intervals. 2. M.4b: We are learning to describe and compare relationships of time, e.g., minutes in an hour, hours in a day, days in a week, months in a year. 2. M.4c: We are learning to decide which unit of measure is appropriate in a given situation. 2. M.4d: We are learning to make and use estimates of measurement, including time volume, weight, and area. Verify results. 2. M.4e: We are learning to use repetition of a single unit to measure something larger than the unit.

M5 Data Analysis and Probability


2. M.5a: We are learning to develop categories for sorting a collection of materials. 2. M.5b: We are learning to collect, organize, represent, and interpret data using pictographs, bar graphs, and tables. 2. M.5c: We are learning to generate questions, collect and organize data to address the questions, and draw conclusions. 2. M.5d: We are learning how to read and interpret graphs and tables to identify main ideas, draw conclusions, and make predictions. 2. M.5e: We are learning how to describe events that are more likely, least likely, or equally likely to happen. 2. M.5f: We are learning how to use physical models and pictures to represent

possible arrangements of two or three objects. 2. M.5g: We are learning to identify events that can have more than one outcome, e.g., predicting weather, tossing coins.