EDIT MAIN

By the end of the school year, your child is expected to:

• Read and write word names from one to one thousand.
• Work with numbers from 1 to 10,000.
• Use estimation strategies to solve problems (for example, compare to something already known, round off to nearest even number).
• Add 3- and 4- digit numbers.
• Subtract 2- and 3- digit numbers.
• Know which numbers are odd and which numbers are even.
• Use and understand fractions.
• Memorize multiplication facts/tables through 12.
• Create and solve multi-step problems which include addition, subtraction, and multiplication.
• Use calculators as appropriate.
• Show and use the identity and commutative properties for addition and multiplication.
• Show and explain that division is repeated subtraction, the opposite of multiplication, and equal sharing.
• Show and explain that multiplication is repeated addition and skip counting.
• Use appropriate vocabulary to draw polygons and polyhedra (solid figures): faces, angles, edges, and vertices.
• Name a 3-D object from different positions.
• Estimate and measure length (inches, feet, yards, centimeters, meters), weight (grams, ounces, pounds), and capacity (cups, pints, quarts, gallons, liters) using correct tools.
• Show the concepts of area and perimeter using a variety of standard (rulers) and non-standard (paper clips) units.
• Create \$5.00 using a variety of coins; make change up to \$5.00.
• Tell time to the nearest minute with digital and regular (analog) clocks.
• Solve word problems related to time and measurement.
• Read Celsius and Fahrenheit thermometers.
• Describe and copy patterns (*^~ *^~ *^~). Create similar patterns.
• Use Venn diagrams to solve problems.
• Read and interpret graphs and charts (bar, picture, circle, line, and line plots).
• Make and use time lines to show order of events.
• Decide the probability of events to occur using more, less, or equal.
• List arrangements (permutations) and combinations of up to 3 items.