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Number and Operations
Grade Level: 4 Names of Developers: Mary Beth Feldmann,
Barbara Purdon
Leanne Adkins, Leanna Banks, and Kara Pendleton
Topic  Dates Taught  Dates Assessed 
Understand numbers, ways of representing numbers, relationships among numbers, and number systems The student should be able to: •
understand the place value structure of the • develop understanding of fractions as parts of • describe the properties of odd and even • use models, manipulatives, benchmarks, and 

Understand meanings of operations and how they relate to one another The student should be able to: •
understand the various meanings of • understand the effects of multiplying and • understand the effects of adding and 

Compute fluently and make reasonable estimates The student should be able to: • add,
subtract, multiply, & divide whole • develop and use strategies to estimate • develop and use strategies to estimate 
Grade Level: 5 Names of Developers: Mary Beth Feldmann,
Barbara Purdon
Leanne Adkins, Leanna Banks, and Kara Pendleton
Topic  Dates Taught  Dates Assessed 
Understand numbers, ways of representing numbers, relationships among numbers, and number systems The student should be able to: •
understand the placevalue structure of the • read, write, rename, compare, and model • recognize and generate equivalent forms of • describe classes of numbers according to • develop multiple representations of numbers • develop an understanding of estimation of the 

Understand meanings of operations and how they relate to one another The student should be able to: •
understand and use properties of operations, • identify and use relationships between • understand the various meanings of • develop meaning for the relationships 

Compute fluently and make reasonable estimates The student should be able to: •
develop and use appropriate estimation • select appropriate methods and tools for • add and subtract simple fractions with 
Grade Level: 6 Names of Developers: Mary Beth Feldmann,
Barbara Purdon
Leanne Adkins, Leanna Banks, and Kara Pendleton
Topic  Dates Taught  Dates Assessed 
Understand numbers, ways of representing numbers, relationships among numbers, and number systems The student should be able to: •
develop meaning for fractions, decimals, • compare, order, and represent numbers in • develop an understanding of place value of • use prime, composite, prime factorization, • develop meaning of ratio (describe and 

Understand meanings of operations and how they relate to one another The student should be able to: •
understand the meaning and effects of • use the properties of operations (associative, • develop meaning for the inverse relationship 

Compute fluently and make reasonable estimates The student should be able to: •
develop a variety of appropriate methods • develop fluency when completing algorithms • develop and use strategies for solving 
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