Grade | Number | Standard |
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2,3,4 |
MA 2-4) 4.1.3c |
Solve and check a mathematical problem by using the related facts. |

2,3,4 |
MA 2-4) 4.2.1 |
students will estimate, add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers without and with calculators and solve word problems. |

2,3,4 |
MA 2-4) 4.2.1a |
the basic facts of addition (1-20), subtraction (1-20), multiplication (1-144), and division (1-144). |

2,3,4 |
MA 2-4) 4.6.1 |
students will use and interpret variables and mathematical symbols to write and solve one-step equations. |

3-5 |
SC5.3.1 |
Students will investigate and compare the characteristics of living things. |

3-5 |
SC5.3.1.b |
Identify how parts of plants and animals function to meet basic needs (e.g., leg of an insect helps an insect move, root of a plant helps the plant obtain water) |

3-5 |
SC5.3.2 |
Students will identify variations of inherited characteristics and life cycles. |

K-1 |
MA K-1)1.1.1. |
the sequential order of the number system. |

K-1 |
MA K-1)1.1.2 |
students will demonstrate ways of representing numbers and compare relations among numbers. |

K-1 |
MA K-1)1.1.2a |
Count objects to demonstrate one-to-one correspondence. |

K-1 |
MA K-1)1.1.2b |
Use comparison vocabulary (bigger, smaller, more, less, equal, higher, and lower). |

K-1 |
MA K-1)1.1.2d |
Connect number words and numerals to the quantities they represent. |

K-1 |
MA K-1)1.1.3a |
Identify how numbers are used in counting situations |

K-1 |
MA K-1)1.2.1 |
students will demonstrate the concepts of addition and subtraction up to 10. |

K-1 |
MA K-1)1.2.1b |
Recognize the symbols + and - as representing the operations of addition and subtraction. |

K-1 |
MA K-1)1.2.1c |
Recognize the symbol = represents equal quantities. |

K-1 |
MA K-1)1.2.1f |
Compute efficiently and accurately basic number facts for addition and subtraction. |

K-2 |
SC2.1.1.c |
Select and use simple tools appropriately |

K-2 |
SC2.3.1.c |
Identify external parts of plants and animals |

K-2 |
SC2.3.2.a |
Describe how offspring resemble their parents |