MA.P.NPO: Number Properties and Operations

MA.P.NPO.U: Enduring Knowledge - Understandings

MA.P.NPO.U.1: numbers, ways of representing numbers, relationships between numbers and number systems are means of representing real-world quantities.

MA.P.NPO.U.2: meanings of and relationships among operations provide tools necessary to solve realistic problems encountered in everyday life.

MA.P.NPO.S.NS: Skills and Concepts - Number Sense

MA.P.NPO.S.NS.1: read, write, count and model whole numbers 0-10,000, developing an understanding of place value for ones, tens, hundreds, thousands and ten thousands

MA.P.NPO.S.NS.2: apply multiple representations (e.g., drawings, manipulatives, base-10 blocks, number lines, expanded form, symbols) to describe and compare whole numbers and fractions (e.g., halves, thirds, fourths) in mathematical and real-world problems

MA.P.NPO.S.NS.3: order groups of objects according to quantity

MA.P.NPO.S.NS.4: order, compare and understand the relative magnitude of numbers from 0-10,000, using the symbols <, >, =, including the use of physical and visual models for smaller numbers

MA.P.NPO.S.NS.5: develop beginning fractional concepts (e.g., dividing an object into equal parts and naming the equal parts [e.g., halves, thirds, fourths])

MA.P.NPO.S.NS.6: expand fraction concepts (e.g., whole to part and part to whole; one-half is larger than one-fourth)

MA.P.NPO.S.NS.7: be introduced to and use decimals to represent money

MA.P.NPO.S.E: Skills and Concepts - Estimation

MA.P.NPO.S.E.1: explore appropriate estimation procedures for different situations

MA.P.NPO.S.E.2: apply and describe appropriate strategies for estimating quantities of objects and computational results

MA.P.NPO.S.NO: Skills and Concepts - Number Operations

MA.P.NPO.S.NO.1: develop an understanding of the concepts of addition and subtraction using physical objects and concrete materials

MA.P.NPO.S.NO.2: explore and develop an understanding of the concepts of multiplication and division using physical models

MA.P.NPO.S.NO.3: develop part-whole relations using numbers (e.g., 3 + 2 = 5, 1 + 4 = 5)

MA.P.NPO.S.NO.4: explore and solve two-digit addition and subtraction problems through the use of manipulatives

MA.P.NPO.S.NO.5: explore and develop factor-factor-product (e.g., 2 x 3 = 6) using manipulatives (e.g., hundreds charts, base-10 blocks, arrays)

MA.P.NPO.S.NO.6: multiply whole numbers through 10 x 10

MA.P.NPO.S.NO.7: relate division facts to multiplication facts (e.g., using factor-factor-product)

MA.P.NPO.S.NO.8: solve multi-digit addition and subtraction problems that contain numerals and symbols

MA.P.NPO.S.NO.9: add common fractions with like denominators using manipulatives

MA.P.NPO.S.NO.10: add and subtract decimals using money

MA.P.NPO.S.NO.11: use mental math, pencil-and-paper methods, calculators and/or computers to explore mathematical concepts and to assist with computation in problem solving situations

MA.P.NPO.S.PNO: Skills and Concepts - Properties of Numbers and Operations

MA.P.NPO.S.PNO.1: explore, develop and use the concepts of multiples

MA.P.NPO.S.PNO.2: skip-count forwards and backwards by 2s, 5s, 10s and 100s, using manipulatives, mental math and written and electronic means to communicate understanding

MA.P.NPO.S.PNO.3: explore, develop and use the concepts of odd and even numbers

MA.P.NPO.S.PNO.4: explore and use of properties of numbers for written and mental computation (e.g., 4+7+6 could be mentally regrouped as 4+6+7 using the commutative property of addition)

MA.P.M: Measurement

MA.P.M.U: Enduring Knowledge - Understandings

MA.P.M.U.2: measurements are determined by using appropriate techniques, tools and formulas.

MA.P.M.S.MPA: Skills and Concepts - Measuring Physical Attributes

MA.P.M.S.MPA.1: apply standard units to measure length (inches and centimeters), weight (pounds), time (hours, half-hours, quarter-hours, five- and one-minute intervals), money (coins and bills) and temperature (Fahrenheit and Celsius)

MA.P.M.S.MPA.2: use nonstandard units to measure and compare the length, weight, area or volume of familiar objects

MA.P.M.S.MPA.3: use standard units of measurement to identify, describe and compare measurable attributes of objects (e.g., length, weight, volume) and make estimates using appropriate units of measurement

MA.P.M.S.MPA.4: choose and use appropriate tools for specific measurement tasks

MA.P.M.S.MPA.6: estimate weight, length, perimeter, area, angle and time using appropriate units of measurement

MA.P.M.S.MPA.7: explore concepts of perimeter and area of rectangles using manipulatives

MA.P.M.S.MPA.9: combine coins and bills to make a given amount and make change up to a dollar

MA.P.M.S.MPA.10: relate time to daily activities, tell time to the hour, half-hour, quarter-hour, five minutes and one minute and determine elapsed time

MA.P.M.S.SM: Skills and Concepts - Systems of Measurement

MA.P.M.S.SM.1: determine equivalent U.S. customary measurements

MA.P.M.S.SM.2: describe, define, give examples of and use to solve real-world and/or mathematical problems both nonstandard and standard (U.S. Customary, metric) units of measurement to include length, time, money, temperature (Fahrenheit and Celsius) and weight

MA.P.DAP: Data Analysis and Probability

MA.P.DAP.U: Enduring Knowledge - Understandings

MA.P.DAP.U.2: the collection, organization, interpretation and display of data can be used to answer questions.

MA.P.DAP.U.3: the choice of data display can affect the visual message communicated.

MA.P.DAP.U.5: probability can be used to make decisions or predictions or to draw conclusions.

MA.P.DAP.S.DR: Skills and Concepts - Data Representations

MA.P.DAP.S.DR.2: display, read and compare data on student-invented graphs

MA.P.DAP.S.DR.3: read, display, compare and interpret student-collected data

MA.P.DAP.S.DR.4: display, read and compare data on a pictograph and bar graph

MA.P.DAP.S.DR.5: display data in line plots

MA.P.DAP.S.DR.6: analyze and make inferences from data displays (drawings, tables/charts, tally tables, pictographs, bar graphs, circle graphs, line plots, two-circle Venn diagrams)

MA.P.DAP.S.DR.7: use technology to organize and display data collected from student investigations

MA.P.DAP.S.ES: Skills and Concepts - Experiments and Samples

MA.P.DAP.S.ES.1: pose questions to generate data

MA.P.DAP.S.ES.3: use tools (including technology when appropriate) to organize and display student-collected data

MA.P.DAP.S.P: Skills and Concepts - Probability

MA.P.DAP.S.P.1: explore chance through games and events

MA.P.DAP.S.P.2: compare likely and unlikely outcomes

MA.P.DAP.S.P.3: explore basic concepts of probability through simple experiments

MA.P.AT: Algebraic Thinking

MA.P.AT.U: Enduring Knowledge - Understandings

MA.P.AT.U.1: patterns, relations and functions are tools that help explain or predict real-world phenomena.

MA.P.AT.U.2: numerical patterns can be written as rules that generate the pattern.

MA.P.AT.S.PRF: Skills and Concepts - Patterns, Relations and Functions

MA.P.AT.S.PRF.1: identify and describe patterns in real life and in numerical and geometric situations

MA.P.AT.S.PRF.2: reproduce and extend patterns using manipulatives

MA.P.AT.S.PRF.3: use pictures or words to create, reproduce, extend and explain patterns of shapes, objects, movements, sounds and numbers

MA.P.AT.S.PRF.4: recognize and extend simple number patterns

MA.P.AT.S.PRF.5: explore input-output machines (e.g., function machines) and solve simple function machine tasks

Correlation last revised: 5/11/2018

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