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Concepts Covered:

 1. • Identify, read, and write any given numeral. • Identify odd and even numbers. • Addition and subtraction. • Identify the place value of a digit by its position in the ones, tens, or hundreds place. • Demonstrate place value using expanded notation. 2. • Identify, read, and write any given numeral in standard form. 3. • Demonstrate place value using expanded notation, e.g. 999 = 900 + 90 + 9 • Addition. 4. • Demonstrate place value, e.g. 999 = 9 hundreds + 9 tens + 9 ones. • Addition. 5. • Identify the place value of a digit by its position in the ones, tens or hundreds place. 6. • Demonstrate knowledge of single digit addition facts. • Demonstrate knowledge of subtraction facts. • Demonstrate that addition and subtraction are inverse operations. 7. • Measure time in hour, half-hour, and five-minute intervals. 8. • Identify patterns in a table or list. 9. • Count and order numbers by ones, twos, threes, and fives. • Recognize patterning. 10. • Identify and read the symbols 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, and 1/10 as names for some fractions. 11. • Read markings of a ruler using inches. 12. • Read markings of a ruler using centimeters. 13. • Recognize the Associative Property of Addition. • Recognize the Commutative Property of Addition. • Identify a missing addend. • Recognize algebraic expression. 14. • Compare any two numbers using the symbols greater than (>), less than (<), and equal to (=). 15. • Demonstrate knowledge of single digit addition facts by solving for n. • Demonstrate knowledge of subtraction facts by solving for n. • Recognize algebraic expression. 16. • Add three-digit numbers without regrouping. • Subtract three-digit numbers without regrouping. • Add and subtract two-digit numbers with regrouping. 17. • Identify spheres, cubes, cylinders, cones, and rectangular prisms with physical objects that are found in the students' environment. 18. • Use data to describe events as more likely, less likely or equally likely. 19. • Recognize that multiplication can be repeated addition. • Demonstrate knowledge of the basic multiplication facts. 20. • Recognize that multiplication can be repeated addition. • Demonstrate knowledge of the basic multiplication facts. • Arrays. 21. • Recognize the operational symbols for division. • Perform division using the basic division facts. • Arrays. 22. • Solve problems involving length, area, temperature and time. 23. • Describe data, answer questions, and draw conclusions based on data representation. 24. • Determine the value combinations of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars to \$1.00.
Center Includes:
• 34 page color flip chart
• Instructions
• Black line master of student response sheet
• Answer key
• Measures 19 inches wide and 13 inches high
• Provides up to 34 weeks of review
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