Alignment to Standards for AK

1 E&C-1. reasonable answers to real-life situations, paper/pencil computations, or calculator results by estimating 'how many' and 'how much' in a given set up to 20
1 E&C-3. solves problems involving recalling addition and subtraction facts 0-10 (M3.1.2)
1 F&R-2. functions, patterns, or sequences by creating patterns involving number, shape, size, rhythm, or color (M4.1.1)
1 F&R-3. adding and subtracting whole numbers to 20 using manipulatives to solve story problems (M4.1.4)
1 N-10. number theory by identifying fact families (M1.1.3)
1 N-3. whole numbers to one hundred by identifying ordinal position, first to the twentieth (M1.1.4)
1 N-6. mathematical operations by using objects, pictures, and problem situations to model addition and subtraction of whole numbers (M1.1.3)
1 N-7. identifying groups of objects as repeated addition or equal shares (M1.1.3)
2 E&C-4. solves problems involving recalling addition and subtraction facts to 20 (M3.1.2)
2 F&R-1. functions, patterns, or sequences by identifying and continuing patterns, including numbers (M4.1.1)
2 F&R-3. algebraic thinking by solving a problem with an unknown (e.g., 7 + ? = 10) (M4.1.4)
2 N-5. the processes of addition and subtraction of whole numbers and their relationships (M1.1.3)
2 N-6. number theory by skip counting by modeling or explaining the commutative and identity properties of addition (M1.1.7)
2 N-7. number theory (skip count by 2's, 5's, or 10's; add or subtract by 10; identify even or odd numbers) (M1.1.6)
2 N-8. number theory by modeling fact families (M1.1.3)
3 E&C-3 basic addition and subtraction facts, sums to 20, and corresponding subtraction facts
3 F&R-4 algebraic thinking by using an open number sentence (addition or subtraction) to solve for an unknown represented by a box or circle (e.g., 5+? =16, ?_7=4, 5+2=? ) (M4.1.4)
3 M1.1.3 processes of addition and subtraction, describing the relationship between the operations.
3 M1.1.4 Select and use various representations of ordinal and cardinal numbers.
3 M1.1.6 Identify, describe, and extend patterns inherent in the number system. Skip count by 2ês, 5ês, and 10ês. Add and subtract by 10. Identify even and odd numbers.
3 M1.1.7 Demonstrate the commutative and identity properties of addition.
3 M10.1.1 Apply mathematical skills and processes to literature.
3 M3.1.4 Model multiplication as repeated addition and grouping objects; model division as –sharing equally” and grouping objects.
3 M4.1.4 Complete open space sentences with missing numbers; use appropriate vocabulary including greater than, less than, and equal to; and use the correct symbols.
3 N-3 conceptual understanding of whole numbers to one thousand by using appropriate representations of ordinal or cardinal numbers (M1.1.4)
3 N-6 addition and subtraction of whole numbers and their relationships (M1.1.3)
3 N-8 number theory by modeling and explaining commutative property of addition (L) (M1.1.7)
3 N-9 number theory by identifying or using patterns in the number system (skip count by 2ês, 5ês, or 10ês; add or subtract by 10; even or odd numbers) (M1.1.6)
3 SC1.2 describing how some traits (e.g., claws, teeth, camouflage) of living organisms have help
3 SC2 structure, function, behavior, development, life cycles, and diversity of living organisms.
3 SC2.1 sorting animals and plants into groups based on appearance and behaviors
3 SC2.2 observing and comparing external features of plants and of animals that may help them grow, survive, and reproduce
3 SC3.1 an understanding that all organisms are linked to each other and their physical environments through the transfer and transformation of matter and energy by identifying and sorting examples of living and non-living things in the local environment (L)
4 F&R-4 algebraic thinking by using an open number sentence (addition, subtraction, or multiplication) to solve for an unknown represented by a box or circle (e.g., 9 «? = 36, ?« 8=56, 3 « 6= ?) (M4.2.5)
4 SC2 understanding of the structure, function, behavior, development, life cycles, and diversity of living organisms.
4 SC2.2 an understanding of the structure, function, behavior, development, life cycles, and diversity of living organismscharacteristics and requirements of living things
4 SC3.1 an understanding that all organisms are linked to each other and their physical environments through the transfer and transformation of matter and energy by identifying examples of living and non-living things and the relationship between them (e.g., livi
5 F&R-5 algebraic thinking by using an open number sentence (addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division) to solve for an unknown represented by a box or circle (e.g., 256 É? =8,?É8=56, 36É3=? ) (M4.2.5)
5 M4.2.1 Use patterns and their extensions to make predictions and solve problems; describe patterns found in the number system including those formed by multiples, factors, perfect squares, and power of 10.
5 M4.2.4 Use words, lists, and tables to represent and analyze patterns.
5 SC3 understanding that all organisms are linked to each other and their physical environments through the transfer and transformation of matter and energy. (food webs, habitats)
K E&C-1. comparing the number of objects in different sets using more, less, same
K E&C-3. solves problems involving adding and subtracting whole numbers up to ten using manipulatives (M3.1.3)
K F&R-4. adding or subtracting whole numbers to 10 using manipulatives to solve story problems (M4.1.4)
K MEA-1. comparisons between objects using concepts of big/little, long/short, large/small, more/less, same (M2.1.1)
K N-10. model addition and subtraction of whole numbers (M1.1.3)
K N-5. whole numbers to 20 by identifying ordinal position, first to the tenth (M1.1.4)
K N-9. mathematical operations by recognizing (+), (-), and (=) signs (M1.1.3)

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