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will measure length, volume, and weight/mass using appropriate tools and units. 7A

will measure length in customary units to the nearest ____ (e.g., inch) given a ruler, tape measure, or measuring stick. 7a2

will measure volume in customary units to the nearest __ (e.g., fl. ounce, gal.) given a measuring cup. 7a2

will measure weight in customary units to the nearest ___ (e.g., ounce, pound) given a scale. 7a2

will add/subtract units of measure. 7a2

will multiply/divide units of measure. 7a2

will measure area in customary units to the nearest sq. ______. 7a2

will convert customary units for length or distance to other customary units for length/distance (e.g., miles to feet). 7a2

will convert customary units for volume to other customary units for volume (e.g., fl. Ounces to pints). 7a2

will convert customary units for weight/mass to other customary units for weight/mass (e.g., ounces to pounds). 7a2

will measure length in the metric system to the nearest __ (e.g., cm) given a ruler, tape measure, or measuring stick). 7a2

will measure volume in metric units to the nearest ________ (e.g., liter) given a measuring cup. 7a2

will measure weight/mass in metric units to the nearest _______ (e.g., gram, kilogram) given a scale. 7a2

will measure area in customary units to the nearest sq. ______. 7a2

will convert/estimate customary units for length or distance to/from metric units (e.g., miles to kilometers). 7a3

will convert/estimate customary units for volume to/from metric units for volume (e.g., quarts to liters). 7a3

will convert/estimate customary units for weight/mass to/from metric units (e.g., kilograms to pounds). 7a3

will use the following technology to measure: 7a3

will use measuring skills (length, volume, and weight/mass) to complete practical tasks in the environment. 7A

will compare/contrast the size of two or more measurements written in the same unit. 7a2

will compare/contrast the size of two or more measurements, requiring conversion into the same unit. 7a2

will add, subtract, multiply, and divide units of measure. 7a2

will measure and compare the length/width of a given item and space to determine fit. 7a3

will measure area of a given space and determine the amount of product needed to cover it (e.g., paint). 7a3

read/interpret a scale drawing. 7a3

will construct a scale drawing. 7a3

will measure and compare quantities using appropriate units, instruments and methods. 7A

will describe, determine and compare the perimeters of polygons and the area in square units of square, rectangles, and triangles, given the appropriate measures. 7a2

will classify and compare the following polygons; square, rectangle, parallelogram, pentagon, hexagon, and octagon. 7a2

will compare, classify, measure, and draw right, acute, and obtuse angles and triangles using a straightedge and protractor. 7a2

will find angle measures; estimate and solve application problems involving perimeter, area, surface area, and volume of plane and solid geometric figures. 7a3

will solve right triangle problems using the Pythagorean Theorem, indirect measurement, and definitions. 7a3

will measure in both the customary and metric systems; convert units within the same system. 7a3

will create and solve problems by finding the circumference and area of a circle when given the radius or diameter. 7a3

will use the concept of volume for cone/pyramids as one- third the product of the base and the height. 7a3

will use the concept of volume for prisms/cylinders as the product of the area of the base and the height. 7a3

will calculate area and circumference of circles using radius and diameter. 7a3

will use order relations to compare, order, or locate whole numbers, integers, fractions, and decimals on a number line. 7a3

will estimate meansurements and determine acceptable levels of accuracy. 7B

will estimate and measure temperature in Celsius and Fahrenheit units of the boiling point of water, freezing point of water, room termperature, and body temperature. 7b2

will estimate and/or measure liquid volume in cups, pints, quarts, gallons, milliliters, and liters. 7b2

will estimate and/or measure the weight/mass of real objects in ounces, pounds, tons, grams, and kilograms. 7b2

will estimate and/or measure the length of real objects in parts of an inch up to 1/8 inch, whole inches, feet, yards, miles, millimeters, centimeters, meters, and kilometers. 7b2

will recognize the images of figures after flips, slides, and turns (reflections, translations, and rotations). 7b2

will use estimation to solve problems with whole numbers and decimals including money; use to determine reasonableness. 7b2

will estimate and then verify the value of pi using measurement of physical models. 7b3

will use concrete materials to derive approximation for pi from actual measurements of circumference and diameter of a circle 7b3

will use estimation techniques with whole numbers, decimals, money, percent, fractions, and mixed numbers to solve or to verify solutions in application problems. 7b3

will estimate and find the surface area and the volume of three-dimensional figures. 7b3

will estimate and find the area and perimeter of polygons. 7b3

will estimate and find circumference and area of a circle 7b3

will estimate, measure, and perform operations involving length, mass, and capacity using customary and metric units. 7b3

will estimate using both a rough estimate and truncating before solving a problem involving computation 7b4

will select and use appropriate technology, instruments and formulas to solve problems, interpret results and communicate findings. 7C

will collect, organize, display, read and interpret numerical data in a variety of forms: tables, tally charts, bar graphs, line graphs, circle graphs, and stem-and-leaf plots. 7c2

will explore a variety of patterns with missing elements, incl. numeric & geometric patterns, as triangular numbers, perfect squares, patterns formed by powers of ten, & arithmetic seq. using paper & pencil, concrete mat., calc., &/or computers. 7c2

will use computation, estimation, calculators, and computers to solve application problems. 7c2

will represent or model decimals on a grid or use concrete materials. 7c3

will investigate and solve problems involving the volume and surface area of rectangular prisms using real objects and practical situations. 7c3

will solve problems involving missing measurements in plane and solid geometric figures using formulas and drawings including irregular figures, models, or definitions. 7c3

will represent & solve real world-problems by choosing the app. strategy, such as guess & check, make a table, write a proportion, find a pattern, work backwards, use a form., write an eq., or make a scale drawing. 7c3

will bisect a line segment and construct congruent angles using a compass and straightedge. 7c3

will measure real objects in order to develop the formulas for perimeter & area; determine the perimeter & area of a triangle, square, rectangle, parallelogram, & irregular figures given the appropriate measures. 7c3

will use a compass to construct congruent angles, bisect angles, and bisect line segments. 7c3

will use a protractor to measure and draw angles. 7c3

will use a scientific calculator to perform the basic operations of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. 7c4

will solve absolute value equations and inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify algebraic solutions. 7c5

will recognize, identify, and sketch the graphs of a parabola, circle, ellipse, and hyperbola. Graphing calculators will be used as a teaching aid. 7c5