Number and Operations I (Unit 1)

• I can read and write whole numbers through the hundred thousands place (4.1.2.4)
• I can compare and order whole numbers uusing models. (4.1.2.5)
• I can demonstrate fluency of multiplication facts 1-9 (4.1.1.1)
• I can multiply numbers by 10, 100, and 1,000. (4.1.1.2)
• I can multiply whole numbers as great as 3 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers. (4.1.1.3)
• I can estimate products. (4.1.1.4)
• I can solve real-world problems using addition, subtraction and multiplication. (4.1.1.5)

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Algebra (Unit 2)

• I can create and use input-output rules to solve (addition, subtractions, multipication, and division) problems and can record the inputs and outputs in a table. (4.2.1.1)
• I can write and interpret (read) number sentences that involve multiplication, division, and unknowns (variables) to represent a real-world problem. (4.2.2.1)
• I can find the values for the unknowns that make a number sentence true. (4.2.2.2)

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Data Analysis (Unit 3)

• I can display a data set in several ways, including a bar graph, timeline, Venn diagram, line plot or pictograph. (4.4.1.1)
• I can interpret data displayed on a graph or spreadsheet table. (4.4.1.1)

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Number and Operations II (Unit 4)

• I can demonstrate knowledge of multiplication and division facts 1-9. (4.1.1.1)
• I can solve whole number division problems as great as 3 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers. (4.1.1.6)

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Geometry (Unit 5)

• I can identify and describe different types of triangles in various contexts. (4.3.1.1)
• I can identify, draw and describe quadrilaterals in various contexts (4.3.1.2)
• I can measure angles in geometric figures and in real-world objects with a protractor. (4.3.2.1)
• I can compare angles according to size. (4.3.2.2)
• I can find the area of common quadraliterals (squares and rectangles). (4.3.2.3)
• I can find the areas of different geometric figures and real-world objects. (4.3.2.4)
• I can identify and apply translations (slides), reflections (flips), or rotations (turns) to figures. (4.3.3.1) (4.3.3.2) (4.3.3.3)
• I can recognize that translations, reflections and rotations preserve congruency. (4.3.3.4)

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Rational Numbers (Unit 6)

• I can represent equivalent fractions with models. (4.1.2.1)
• I can locate fractions, including improper fractions and mixed numbers, on a number line. (4.1.2.2)
• I can compare fractions using a number line. (4.1.2.2)
• I can add and subtract fractions with like denominators using models. (4.1.2.3)
• I can prove the fraction and decimal equivalents for tenths, hundredths, halves and fourths. (4.1.2.6)
• I can read and write decimals through the thousandths place. (4.1.2.4)
• I can compare and order decimals using models. (4.1.2.5)
• I can round decimals to the nearest tenth. (4.1.2.7)
• I can organzie data that may include fractions or decimals. (4.4.1.1)

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Number and Operations III (Unit 7)

• I can use addition and subtraction strategies to solve real-wordl problems with multi-digit numbers. (5.1.1.4)
• I can use more than one strategy to solve multi-digit addition and subtraction problems. (5.1.1.4)

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