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will use numbers to show order. 8B

will point to numbers on a number line to show which is _____. 8b1

will read/write numbers to show order or sequence events. 8b1

will use <, >, = signs to compare/contrast the value or size of whole numbers. 8b1

will use <, >, = signs to compare/contrast the value or size of decimal numbers. 8b2

will put ________________ (whole, decimal, fractional, percentage) numbers in order on a number line. 8b2

will use <, >, = signs to compare/contrast the value or size of percentages. 8b2

will use <, >, = signs to compare/contrast the value or size of fractions. 8b2

will convert fractions, decimals, percentages and use <. >, = signs to compare/contrast the size or value. 8b2

will demonstrate/apply the principle of 1:1 correspondence. 8C

will give one item to each person in the room. 8c1

will match one ___ to one ___ when ________________________________. 8c1

will recognize/name numbers 1-______. 6C

will repeat the names of 1-__ when presented each number. 6a1

will volunteer the names of 1-___ when presented each number. 6a1

will point to each number 1-___ from a set of ___ numbers, upon request. 6a1

will find and report/show where the numbers 1-___ can be found in the school environment. 6a1

will order decimal numbers by size/value. 6A

will put a series of ___ numbers in order, from smallest to largest. 6a1

will compare number values ranging from ___ to ___, using <, >, =. 6a1

will identify the larger of two numbers. 6a2

will insert missing numbers into a number line or other number sequence. 6a2

will put a series of ___ numbers in order, from smallest to largest. 6a2

will compare number values ranging from ___ to ___, using <, >, =. 6a2

will order fractions by size/value 6A

will insert missing numbers into a number line or other number sequence. 6a1

will put a series of ___ numbers in order, from smallest to largest. 6a2

will compare number values ranging from ___ to ___, using <, >, =. 6a2

will insert missing numbers into a number line or other number sequence. 6a2

will order whole numbers by size/value. 6A

will identify the larger of two numbers. 6a1

will identify the larger of two numbers. 6a2

will count objects to _____. 6A

will repeat an adult's counting as s/he gives one item to each person. 6a1

will read numbers written to the _____s place. 6a1

will read numbers to the ___ place found in the classroom environment. 6a1

will identify numbers written to the _____s place. 6a2

will read numbers written to the _____s place. 6a2

will write numbers written to the ____s place, using commas appropriately. 6a2

will read fractions correctly. 6a2

will identify and read fractions found in the classroom environment. 6a2

will read percentages correctly. 6a2

will convert percentages into equivalent fractions/decimals. 6a2

will identify and read percentages found in the classroom environment. 6a2

will name the place value associated with each digit in a ______-digit number. 6a2

will read and write large numbers. 6A

will rote count by 1s to ____. 6a1

will identify numbers written to the ______s place. 6a1

will write numbers written to the ____s place. 6a1

will independently count as s/he gives one item to each person in the room. 6a1

will read and write decimals, fractions, and percents. 6A

will idependently count as s/he touches items in a set. 6a1

will count objects by 1s to _____, upon request. 6a1

will write numbers written to the _____s place. 6a2

will count objects by 2s to _____, upon request. 6a1

will read numbers to the ___ place found in the classroom environment. 6a2

will count to 100, using a variety of intervals. 6A

will count by 1s to 100. 6a1

will count by 5s to 100. 6a1

will count by 10s to 100. 6a1

will explain/use knowledge of place value to _____ (e.g., 100s, 1,000,000s) 6A

will identify a specific place value associated with each digit in a ______-digit number. 6a2

will demonstrate knowledge and use of numbers and their representations in a broad range of theoretical and practical settings. 6A

will find the Greatest Common Factors of two numbers by listing factors. 6a1

will identify alternative representations (pictures, models, number lines, etc.) of fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals. 6a1

will compare and order the value of whole numbers and decimals from millions through thousandths using symbols <, >, or =. 6a1

will read, write, and identify place value of whole numbers and decimals from millions through thousandths using standard and expanded form. 6a1

will rewrite addition and multiplication number sentences and expressions using the operations of addition and multiplication & their inverse and commutative properties. 6a1

will compare and order the value of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals from billions through ten-thousandths and write and model equivalences. 6a3

will identify and represent integers on a number line. 6a3

will identify and use the divisibility rules of 2, 3, 5, and 10. 6a3

will identify a number that is one hundred more or one hundred less than a given number. 6a3

will distinguish between prime and composite numbers. 6a3

will compare and order rational and irrational numbers using Venn Diagrams, number lines, symbols (<, >, =), manipulatives, calculators, computer, and definitions. 6a3

will add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals, integers, fractions and mixed numbers. 6a3

will identify and use properties of numbers (commutative, associative, distributive, etc). 6a3

will read, write, and identify the place value from billions through millionths using standard and expanded form. 6a3

will add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomials. 6a5