•  Topics that will be covered this year are below but this is just a guide.
    1st Grading Period
    Place Value
           •Compose and decompose numbers up to 100,000
           •Base 10 place value system
           •Compare and order Numbers
    Addition/Subtraction to 1,000 
           •Strategies based on place value, properties of operations
           •Problem solving (1 and 2 step problems)
           •To nearest 10 & 100
    Data Analysis
    • Read and Summarize data
      • Frequency Table
      • Dot plot
      • Pictograph
      • Bar graph 
    • Solve 1 and 2 step problems using these charts and graphs
    2nd Grading Period
    Data Analysis - Con't
    Multiplication/Division & Area
        • Basic facts to tens (10x10)
        • Commutative, associative, and distributive properties
        • Determine area of rectangles 
        • Problem solving 
        • Two digit by one digit multiplication
        • Fact families           
        • One and two step problems with multiplication and division
        • Area of composite figures formed by rectangles
    Paired Number/Patterns
       • Represent real-world relationships using number pairs in tables
    Measuring Time & Perimeter/Area 
         • Elapsed time using addition/subtraction
         • Review length measurement
         • Determine the perimeter of a polygon and with missing sides
     3rd Grade Period
    Measuring Time & Perimeter/Area.... Con't
    Personal Financial Literacy
    • Coins and bills
    • Spending, Credit, Saving and Finanical Decisions
    • Human Capital and Scarcity
        •Represent fractions greater than 0 and less than 1
        •Equivalent fractions 
        •Locate and name fractions on a number line
        •Composing and decomposing fractions
    4th Grading Period
    Fractions ...Con't
      •Use attributes to recognize quadrilaterals 
      •Classify and sort 2-D/3-D shapes based on attributes using formal geometric language 
      •Decompose 2-D figures into parts 
    Measurement – Customary & Metric 
       •When is it appropriate to use measurements of liquid volume (capacity) or weight
       •Determine liquid volume (capacity) or weight using appropriate tools