#### M4.A: Numbers and Operations

M4.A.1: Demonstrate an understanding of numbers, ways of representing numbers, relationships among numbers and number systems.

M4.A.1.1: Use models and/or words to represent quantities as decimals, fractions or mixed numbers.

M4.A.1.1.1: Write the fraction or decimal, including mixed numbers, which corresponds to a drawing or set - no simplification necessary.

M4.A.1.1.2: Create a drawing or set that represents a given fraction or decimal, including mixed numbers (through the tenths).

M4.A.1.1.4: Write whole numbers in expanded, standard and/or word form through 6 digits (example of standard to expanded form: 43,076 = 40,000+3000+70+6).

M4.A.1.2: Compare quantities and magnitudes of numbers.

M4.A.1.2.1: Locate/identify fractions or decimals on a number line (decimals and fractions through the tenths - do not mix fractions and decimals).

M4.A.1.2.2: Compare and/or order whole numbers through 6 digits and amounts of money to \$100 (limit sets for ordering, to no more than 4 numbers).

M4.A.3: Compute accurately and fluently and make reasonable estimates.

M4.A.3.1: Apply rounding and/or estimation strategies to solve problems.

M4.A.3.1.1: Round whole numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, ten-thousand or hundred-thousand.

M4.A.3.1.3: Estimate the answer to addition, subtraction and multiplication problems using whole numbers through 6 digits (for multiplication, no more than 2 digits X 1 digit, excluding powers of 10).

M4.A.3.2: Compute using fractions or decimals (written vertically or horizontally - straight computation only).

M4.A.3.2.1: Solve addition or subtraction problems involving decimals through hundredths (decimal numbers must have the same number of places).

M4.A.3.2.2: Solve addition or subtraction problems with fractions with like denominators (denominators to 10, no simplifying necessary).

#### M4.B: Measurement

M4.B.1: Demonstrate an understanding of measurable attributes of objects and figures, and the units, systems and processes of measurement.

M4.B.1.1: Determine time and/or calculate elapsed time.

M4.B.1.1.3: Calculate the elapsed time, to the minute, in a given situation (limited to 2 adjacent hours).

M4.B.1.1.4: Determine the beginning or ending time, given the elapsed time (limited to 2 adjacent hours).

M4.B.2: Apply appropriate techniques, tools and formulas to determine measurements.

M4.B.2.1: Select and/or use appropriate tools and/or attributes for measuring quantities.

M4.B.2.1.1: Use or read a ruler (provided) to measure to the nearest 1/4 inch or centimeter.

M4.B.2.2: Estimate measurements of figures.

M4.B.2.2.1: Make reasonable estimates of weights, lengths and capacities of familiar objects (measurements in the same system).

#### M4.C: Geometry

M4.C.1: Analyze characteristics and properties of two- and three- dimensional geometric shapes and demonstrate understanding of geometric relationships.

M4.C.1.1: Identify/describe the basic properties of geometric figures in two or three dimensions.

M4.C.1.1.1: Identify, classify and/or compare two-dimensional figures (circle, triangle, square, parallelogram, trapezoid, rhombus, rectangle, pentagon, hexagon, octagon).

M4.C.1.2: Represent and/or use properties or relationships of points, lines, line segments, rays and angles.

M4.C.1.2.1: Identify points, lines, line segments or rays.

M4.C.2: Identify and/or apply concepts of transformations or symmetry.

M4.C.2.1: Apply the concepts of reflection and symmetry.

M4.C.2.1.1: Identify or create figures that have one, two or no lines of symmetry.

M4.C.3: Locate and describe relationships using the coordinate plane.

M4.C.3.1: Locate points on a simple grid.

M4.C.3.1.1: Match or plot the ordered pair with the appropriate point (or object) on a simple grid.

#### M4.D: Algebraic Concepts

M4.D.1: Demonstrate an understanding of patterns, relations and functions.

M4.D.1.1: Recognize, describe, extend, create and/or replicate a variety of patterns.

M4.D.1.1.1: Extend or find a missing element in a numerical or geometric pattern (+, - or x may be used - numerical patterns must be whole numbers).

M4.D.1.1.2: Identify/describe the rule for a numerical or geometric pattern shown (+, - or x may be used - numerical patterns must be whole numbers).

M4.D.1.1.3: Create or replicate a numerical or geometric pattern showing 3 repetitions (+, - or x may be used - numerical patterns must be whole numbers or money).

M4.D.1.2: Apply simple function rules.

M4.D.1.2.1: Determine the missing elements in a function table (functions may use +, - or x and whole numbers or money).

M4.D.1.2.2: Determine the rule for a function given a table (functions may use +, - or x and whole numbers).

#### M4.E: Data Analysis and Probability

M4.E.1: Formulate questions that can be addressed with data and/or collect, organize, display and analyze data.

M4.E.1.1: Interpret data shown on tables, charts, line graphs, bar graphs or pictographs.

M4.E.1.1.1: Describe, interpret and/or answer questions based on data shown in tables, charts, bar graphs or pictographs.

M4.E.1.2: Organize or display data using tables, bar graphs, line graphs or pictographs.

M4.E.1.2.1: Graph data or complete a graph given the data (bar graph or pictograph - grid is provided).

M4.E.1.2.2: Translate information from one type of display to another (table, chart, bar graph, or pictograph).

Correlation last revised: 5/23/2018

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