Grade | Number | Standard |
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1 |
111.13 (1.1) |
uses whole numbers to describe and compare quantities. |

1 |
111.13 (1.5) |
recognizes patterns in numbers and operations. |

1 |
111.13 (1.5) (B) |
is expected to find patterns in numbers, including odd and even. |

2 |
111.14 (2.11) (B) |
is expected to draw conclusions and answer questions based on picture graphs and bar-type graphs. |

2 |
111.14 (2.5) (A) |
is expected to find patterns in numbers such as in a 100s chart. |

K |
111.12 (K.1) |
uses numbers to name quantities. |

K |
111.12 (K.5) |
identifies, extends, and creates patterns. |

PK |
PK.1. (B) |
counts by ones to 10 or higher |

PK |
PK.1. (C) |
counts concrete objects to five or higher |

PK |
PK.1. (D) |
begins to compare the numbers of concrete objects using language (e.g., ''same'' or ''equal,'' ''one more,'' ''more than,'' or ''less than'') |

PK |
PK.1. (E) |
begins to name ''how many'' are in a group of up to three (or more) objects without counting (e.g., recognizing two or three crayons in a box) |