Checkpoint #1 September 14–17, 20, 2010 FOUNDATIONS: BEYOND LETTERS AND WORDS (17-18 days)
KCK10R010103 Concepts about Print: Identify and distinguish between letters, words, and sentences (R1.1.1.3)
Additional standards to be determined
Checkpoint #2 October 13–15, 18–19, 2010 FOUNDATIONS: BEYOND LETTERS AND WORDS (17–18 days)
Standards to be determined
2nd Quarter
Checkpoint #3 November 12, 15–18, 2010
BUILDING SOLID STRUCTURES: SENTENCES CONNECTING IDEAS (17–18 days)
KCK10R010116 Word Reading in Context: Determine the meaning of unknown words or phrases in a passage, using picture and context clues (R1.1.3.2, ACT)
KCK10R010134b Literature/Characterization: Identify and describe characters in grade-level-appropriate passages (R1.2.1.1)
KCK10R010135 Literature/Setting: Identify and describe the setting in grade-level-appropriate passages (R1.2.1.2)
Checkpoint #4 December 15–17, 20–21, 2010
BUILDING SOLID STRUCTURES: SENTENCES CONNECTING IDEAS (17–18 days)
KCK10R010127 Making Connections: Compare and contrast information, like topics and characters, between a variety of passages (R1.1.4.8)
KCK10R010121 Text Features: Locate and discuss the title, author, illustrator, and illustrations in a variety of passages (R1.1.4.2)
3rd Quarter
Checkpoint #5 February 1–2, 4, 7–8, 2011
DOORS AND WINDOWS: ADDING DETAILS AND OPENING NEW POSSIBILITIES (17–18 days)
KCK10R010126 Sequencing/Literature/Plot: Identify and sequence plot events according to basic story structure of beginning, middle, and end in grade-level-appropriate
passages (R1.1.4.7, R1.2.1.3, ACT)
KCK10R010129 Inferring: Infer causes of problems or of outcomes in fiction and nonfiction texts
KCK10R010137 Literature/Synthesis: Listen to or read to connect [personal experiences and] ideas with those of other cultures in literature (R1.2.2.1)
Checkpoint #6 March 4, 7–10, 2011
DOORS AND WINDOWS: ADDING DETAILS AND OPENING NEW POSSIBILITIES (17–18 days)
KCK10R010117 Word Reading in Context: Determine the meaning of words in a passage, by identifying synonyms and antonyms (R1.1.3.3, ACT)
KCK10R010122 Inferring/Prediction: Make predictions from a variety of passages, using pictures, content, and prior knowledge (R1.1.4.3)
KCK10R010130b Retelling/Summarizing: Retell [or role play] important events, information, and main ideas in a variety of narrative and expository passages (R1.1.4.9, ACT)
KCK10R010131 Determining Importance: Identify the topic, main idea, and supporting details in a variety of passages (R1.1.4.10, ACT)
Checkpoint #7 April 13–15, 18–19, 2011
RAISE THE ROOF: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER (17–18 Days)
KCK10R010118 Structural Analysis: Determine the meaning of words, using knowledge of word structure, such as compound nouns, contractions, and inflectional endings
(tense, plurality, possession, comparison) (R1.1.3.4)
KCK10R010124 Inferring: Make inferences and draw conclusions about characters, people, details, and other elements, using prior knowledge, picture clues, and text from a
variety of passages (R1.1.4.5, ACT)
KCK10R010125 Text Structure: Identify text structure, including sequence, problem-solution, and comparison and contrast in a variety of passages (R1.1.4.6)
Checkpoint #8 May 13, 16–19, 2011
RAISE THE ROOF: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER (17–18 days)
KCK10R010130a Determining Importance: Distinguish between important and unimportant information using his or her own purposes as well as the text structures and word
cues the author provides (R1.1.4.9, ACT)
KCK10R010103 Concepts about Print: Identify and distinguish between letters, words, and sentences (R1.1.1.3)
I can tell the difference between letters, words, and sentences. Phonemic Awareness/Phonics: Identify sounds of both upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet (R1.1.1.1)]
I can say the sounds for all upper and lower-case letters.
KCK10R010102 [Phonics: Identify names of both upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet with automaticity (R1.1.1.2)]
I can name all the upper and lowercase letters.
KCK10R010107 [Concepts about Print: Apply concepts of print when reading, such as front-toback, top-to-bottom, left-to-right, and capitalization (R1.1.2.1)]
I can use concepts of print such as front-to-back, top-to-bottom, and left-to-right when reading.
KCK10R010128 [Sensory Images: Utilize imagery to facilitate understanding of a story]
I can use imagery to help me understand a story.
KCK10R010204 [Ideas and Content: Discuss the differences between copying and using one’s own words concerning narrative and expository writing (W1.1.1.4, W1.1.2.5)]
I can talk about the difference between copying and using my own words in writing.
KCK10R010205 [Organization: Participate in shared writing activities where prewriting strategies are included in narrative and expository writing (W1.1.1.5, W1.1.2.8)]
I can participate in shared writing activities focused on prewriting strategies.
KCK10R010213 [Conventions: Use correct spacing between words in narrative and expository writing (W1.1.1.15, W1.1.2.18)]
I can leave spaces between my words when I write
KCK10R010104 [Phonemic Awareness: Identify and manipulate individual sounds in words, using phoneme isolation, identification, categorization, blending, segmentation, deletion, addition, substitution (R1.1.1.4)]
I can take sounds apart and put them ogether to make words.
KCK10R010105
[Phonological Awareness: Identify [and
make] oral rhymes, and segment and
manipulate onsets and rimes, in spoken
words (R1.1.1.5, R1.1.1.7)]
I can make rhymes.
KCK10R010106
[Phonics: Use knowledge of letter-sound
correspondences, such as consonantvowel
patterns, blends, digraphs, and
word families, when reading unknown
words (R1.1.1.6)]
I can read CVC words.
KCK10R010115
[Word Reading in Context: Demonstrate
automatic recognition of common sight
words in context (R1.1.3.1)]
I can quickly read 1st grade sight
words in books.
KCK10R010112
[Maintaining Fluency: Read
expressively when rereading familiar
text, with appropriate pace, phrasing,
intonation, and rhythm of speech
(R1.1.2.3)]
I can sound like I am talking when I
reread familiar text
KCK10R010113
[Maintaining Fluency: Read fluently at
instructional or independent reading
levels, using knowledge of sentence
structure (fluent, phrased reading)
(R1.1.2.4)]
I can read in phrases, rather than
word by word, at instructional or
independent levels.
KCK10R010114
[Maintaining Fluency: Read fluently at
instructional or independent reading
levels, using a variety of word-solving
strategies (R1.1.2.5)]
I can use word-solving strategies to
read fluently at instructional and
independent levels.
KCK10R010108
[Reading Behaviors/Monitoring and
Correcting: Use at least two sources of
information to self-monitor and selfcorrect
(language structure, meaning,
and letter-sound information)]
I can ask, “Does it look right? Does it
sound right? Does it make sense?” to
help me read and fix my mistakes.
KCK10R010109
[Reading Behaviors/Monitoring and
Correcting: Use known words to selfmonitor
and self-correct]
I can use words I know to help me
read and fix my mistakes.
KCK10R010201
[Ideas and Content: Choose and write
about an idea and use words to express
this idea in narrative and expository
writing (W1.1.1.1, W1.1.2.1)]
I can choose a topic or idea and write
about it.
KCK10R010207
[Organization: Write several complete
sentences about one idea in narrative
writing (W1.1.1.7)]
I can write several complete
sentences about one idea in narrative
writing.
KCK10R010202
[Ideas and Content: Orally communicate
and write using personal experience in
narrative writing, and to provide
information in expository and
informational writing (W1.1.1.2,
W1.1.2.3)]
I can talk and write about personal
experiences.
KCK10R010116
Word Reading in Context:
Determine the meaning of unknown
words or phrases in a passage, using
picture and context clues (R1.1.3.2,
ACT)
I can use pictures and story clues
to find the meaning of words.
KCK10R010134b
Literature/Characterization: Identify
and describe characters in gradelevel-
appropriate passages
(R1.2.1.1)
I can name and describe
characters in a book.
KCK10R010135
Literature/Setting: Identify and
describe the setting in grade-levelappropriate
passages (R1.2.1.2)
I can identify and describe the
setting of a story.
KCK10R010111
[Concepts about Print: Use punctuation
to read instructional or independentlevel
text fluently (R1.1.2.2)]
I can use punctuation to help me
read instructional or independentlevel
text fluently.
KCK10R010203
[Ideas and Content: Use details in
pictures and words to develop narrative
and expository writing (W1.1.1.3,
W1.1.2.2)]
I can add details with pictures and
words to make my writing better.
KCK10R010205
[Organization: Participate in shared
writing activities where prewriting
strategies are included in narrative and
expository writing (W1.1.1.5,
W1.1.2.8)]
I can participate in shared writing
activities using prewriting strategies.
KCK10R010127
Making Connections: Compare and
contrast information, like topics and
characters, between a variety of
passages (R1.1.4.8)
I can tell how characters and topics
are alike and different.
KCK10R010121
Text Features: Locate and discuss the
title, author, illustrator, and illustrations
in a variety of passages (R1.1.4.2)
I can find and talk about the title,
author, illustrator, and illustrations
of a book.
KCK10R010104
[Phonemic Awareness: Identify and
manipulate individual sounds in words,
using phoneme isolation, identification,
categorization, blending, segmentation,
deletion, addition, substitution (R1.1.1.4)]
I can add, take away, and substitute
sounds to make new words.
KCK10R010106
[Phonics: Use knowledge of letter-sound
correspondences, such as consonant-vowel
patterns, blends, digraphs, and word
families, when reading unknown words
(R1.1.1.6)]
I can use blends, digraphs, and word
families to read words.
KCK10R010119
[Reference Tools: Use developmentallyappropriate
resources for access to words
and word meanings, such as word walls and
picture dictionaries]
I can use word walls and picture
dictionaries to learn about words and
their meanings.
KCK10R010108
[Reading Behaviors/Monitoring and
Correcting: Use at least two sources of
information to self-monitor and self-correct
(language structure, meaning, and lettersound
information)]
I can ask, “Does it look right? Does it
sound right? Does it make sense?” to
help me read and fix my mistakes.
KCK10R010109
[Reading Behaviors/Monitoring and
Correcting: Use known words to self-
monitor and self-correct]
I can use words I know to help me read
and fix my mistakes.
KCK10R010112
[Maintaining Fluency: Read expressively
when rereading familiar text, with
appropriate pace, phrasing, intonation, and
rhythm of speech (R1.1.2.3)]
I can sound like I am talking when I
reread familiar text.
KCK10R010113
[Maintaining Fluency: Read fluently at
instructional or independent reading levels,
using knowledge of sentence structure
(fluent, phrased reading) (R1.1.2.4)]
I can read in phrases, rather than word
by word, at instructional or independent
levels.
KCK10R010114
[Maintaining Fluency: Read fluently at
instructional or independent reading levels,
using a variety of word-solving strategies
(R1.1.2.5)]
I can use word-solving strategies to read
fluently at instructional and independent
levels.
KCK10R010206
[Organization: Write sentences with ideas
presented in a sequential order in narrative
and expository writing (W1.1.1.6,
W1.1.2.9)]
I can put my ideas in order when writing
narrative and expository text.
KCK10R010208
[Sentence Fluency: Write a simple sentence
that is a complete thought and is easy to
read aloud (Convey complete thoughts
when writing sentences for narrative and
expository writing) (W1.1.1.11,
W1.1.2.15)]
I can write a complete sentence that is
easy to read aloud.
KCK10R010126
Sequencing/Literature/Plot: Identify and
sequence plot events according to basic
story structure of beginning, middle, and
end in grade-level-appropriate passages
(R1.1.4.7, R1.2.1.3, ACT)
I can put important story events in
order of beginning, middle, and end.
KCK10R010129
Inferring: Infer causes of problems or of
outcomes in fiction and nonfiction texts
I can infer the cause of a problem or
outcome in narrative and expository
texts.
KCK10R010137
Literature/Synthesis: Listen to or read to
connect [personal experiences and] ideas
with those of other cultures in literature
(R1.2.2.1)
I can make text-to-self and text-toworld
connections.
KCK10R010132
[Sequencing: Follow multi-step
directions]
I can follow multi-step directions.
KCK10R010133
[Establishing Purpose: Establish a
purpose for reading or listening, such as
to be informed, to follow directions, or
to be entertained]
I can set a purpose for reading and
listening.
KCK10R010209
[Word Choice: Identify and use nouns
and verbs in narrative and expository
writing (W1.1.1.9, W1.1.2.13)]
I can use nouns and verbs in
narrative and expository writing.
KCK10R010215
Conventions: Use correct subject/verb
agreement in narrative and expository
writing (W1.1.1.17, W1.1.2.20, ACT)
I can use verbs that match my subjects.
KCK10R010117
Word Reading in Context: Determine
the meaning of words in a passage, by
identifying synonyms and antonyms
(R1.1.3.3, ACT)
I can use synonyms and antonyms to
determine the meaning of words.
KCK10R010122
Inferring/Prediction: Make predictions
from a variety of passages, using
pictures, content, and prior knowledge
(R1.1.4.3)
I can make predictions using
pictures, content, and prior
knowledge.
KCK10R010130b
Retelling/Summarizing: Retell [or role
play] important events, information, and
main ideas in a variety of narrative and
expository passages (R1.1.4.9, ACT)
I can retell important events,
information, and main idea in
narrative and expository texts.
KCK10R010131
Determining Importance: Identify the
topic, main idea, and supporting details
in a variety of passages (R1.1.4.10,
ACT)
I can identify the topic, main idea,
and supporting details in text.
KCK10R010134a
[Monitoring for Understanding: Apply
monitoring strategies in text when
confused, such as reread and read ahead
(R1.2.1.1)]
I can use strategies like rereading or
reading ahead when I am confused.
KCK10R010108
[Reading Behaviors/Monitoring and
Correcting: Use at least two sources of
information to self-monitor and selfcorrect
(language structure, meaning,
and letter-sound information)]
I can ask, “Does it look right? Does
it sound right? Does it make sense?”
to help me read and fix my mistakes.
KCK10R010109
[Reading Behaviors/Monitoring and
Correcting: Use known words to selfmonitor
and self-correct]
I can use words I know to help me
read and fix my mistakes.
KCK10R010112
[Maintaining Fluency: Read
expressively when rereading familiar
text, with appropriate pace, phrasing,
intonation, and rhythm of speech
(R1.1.2.3)]
I can sound like I am talking when I
reread familiar text.
KCK10R010113
[Maintaining Fluency: Read fluently at
instructional or independent reading
levels, using knowledge of sentence
structure (fluent, phrased reading)
(R1.1.2.4)]
I can read in phrases, rather than
word by word, at instructional or
independent levels.
KCK10R010114
[Maintaining Fluency: Read fluently at
instructional or independent reading
levels, using a variety of word-solving
strategies (R1.1.2.5)]
I can use word-solving strategies to
read fluently at instructional and
independent levels.
KCK10R010119
[Reference Tools: Use developmentallyappropriate
resources for access to
words and word meanings, such as word
walls and picture dictionaries]
I can use word walls and picture
dictionaries to learn about words and
their meanings.
KCK10R010203
[Ideas and Content: Use details in
pictures and words to develop narrative
and expository writing (W1.1.1.3,
W1.1.2.2)]
I can add details with pictures and
words to make my writing better.
KCK10R010206
[Organization: Write sentences with
ideas presented in a sequential order in
narrative and expository writing
(W1.1.1.6, W1.1.2.9)]
I can put my ideas in order when
writing narrative and expository text.
KCK10R010210
Word Choice: Use new words to make
narrative and expository writing more
interesting (W1.1.1.10, W1.1.2.14,
ACT)
I can use new words to make my
narrative and expository writing
more interesting.
KCK10R010211
[Voice: Express feelings through
pictures and words in narrative writing
(W1.1.1.8)]
I can express feelings through
pictures and words in narrative
writing.
KCK10R010214
Conventions: Use correct capitalization
at the beginning of sentences and correct
ending punctuation in sentences in
narrative and expository writing
(W1.1.16, W1.1.2.19)
I can use capital letters at the
beginning of sentences and correct
ending marks.
KCK10R010212
[Voice: Convey feelings and thoughts
about a topic in expository writing with
the purpose of informing the reader
(W1.1.2.12)]
I can add in feelings and thoughts in
expository writing.
KCK10R010123
Questioning: Respond logically to
literal, inferential, and critical thinking
questions before, during, and after
listening to or reading a variety of
passages (R1.1.4.4)
I can answer questions using
information from the text and from
my own thinking.
KCK10R010118
Structural Analysis: Determine the
meaning of words, using knowledge
of word structure, such as compound
nouns, contractions, and inflectional
endings (tense, plurality, possession,
comparison) (R1.1.3.4)
I can determine what words mean
using knowledge of word structure
(compound nouns, contractions, and
endings).
KCK10R010124
Inferring: Make inferences and draw
conclusions about characters, people,
details, and other elements, using prior
knowledge, picture clues, and text from
a variety of passages (R1.1.4.5, ACT)
I can infer about story elements
using prior knowledge, picture clues,
and text.
I can draw conclusions about story
elements using prior knowledge,
picture clues, and text.
KCK10R010125
Text Structure: Identify text structure,
including sequence, problem-solution,
and comparison and contrast in a variety
of passages (R1.1.4.6)
I can identify sequence,
problem/solution and
compare/contrast structures in
passages.
KCK10R010130a
Determining Importance: Distinguish
between important and unimportant
information using his or her own
purposes as well as the text structures
and word cues the author provides
(R1.1.4.9, ACT)
I can tell the difference between
important and unimportant
information in a text.
KCK10R010110
[Reading Behaviors/Searching for and Using
Information: Notice and use multiple sources of
information to support understanding, such as
graphics, labels, captions, simple diagrams, table of
contents, index, and glossary]
I can use text features to help me learn.
KCK10R010120
[Text Types: Participate in discussions about narrative,
expository, and technical passages read aloud or
independently (R1.1.4.1)]
I can participate in discussions about text types.
KCK10R010108
[Reading Behaviors/Monitoring and Correcting: Use
at least two sources of information to self-monitor and
self-correct (language structure, meaning, and lettersound
information)]
I can ask, “Does it look right? Does it sound right?
Does it make sense?” to help me read and fix my
mistakes.
KCK10R010109 [Reading Behaviors/Monitoring and Correcting: Use known words to self-monitor and self-correct]
I can use words I know to help me read and fix my mistakes.
KCK10R010112 [Maintaining Fluency: Read expressively when rereading familiar text, with appropriate pace, phrasing, intonation, and rhythm of speech (R1.1.2.3)]
I can sound like I am talking when I reread familiar text.
KCK10R010113 [Maintaining Fluency: Read fluently at instructional or independent reading levels, using knowledge o

sentence structure (fluent, phrased reading) (R1.1.2.4)]
I can read in phrases, rather than word by word, at instructional or independent levels.
[Maintaining Fluency: Read fluently at instructional or independent reading levels, using a variety of wordsolving strategies (R1.1.2.5)]
I can use word-solving strategies to read fluently at instructional and independent levels.
KCK10R010136 [Author’s Purpose: Tell the author’s purpose, such as to entertain or to inform]
I can decide if the author’s purpose was to entertain or inform.
KCK10R010217 [Research/Prewriting: Discuss curriculum topics or topics of interest]
I can brainstorm and talk about topics to write about.
KCK10R010216 Conventions: Spell most words like they sound in narrative and expository writing (W1.1.1.18, W1.1.2.21)
I can spell words like they sound.
KCK10R010218 [Research/Prewriting: Ask questions about a topic being studied or an area of interest]
I can ask questions about a topic.
KCK10R010219 [Research/Prewriting: Recognize, with guidance, that different formats exist and can use the resources to locate relevant print and non-print information]
I can look for information from a variety of sources with help.
KCK10R010220 [Research/Rough Draft: Observe the recording of or independently record relevant information (shared writing or guided/independent writing)]
I can write down what I’ve learned.
KCK10R010221 [Research/Revise and Edit: Analyze work according to teacher created or collaboratively developed rubric and revise to meet the objective]
I can fix up my work and make it better.
KCK10R010222
[Research/Presentation: Share project with an
appropriate audience]
I can share my work with an audience.
Checkpoint #1 September 14-17, 20, 2010
ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM 1 (18 days)
KCK10M010101 Understand, explain, represent, compare, and order whole numbers from 0 through 100 using concrete objects (M1.1.1.K1, M1.1.1.K2a)
KCK10M010113 (N) State and use basic addition facts with sums from 0 through 10 and corresponding subtraction facts (M1.1.4.K2, M1.1.4.K7, ACT)
KCK10M010311 State common time conversions including the number of days in a week and months in a year (M1.3.2.K6)
KCK10M010107 Read and write whole numbers from 0 through 100 in numerical form and write in words whole numbers from 0 through 20 (M1.1.2.K1, M1.1.2.K4)
KCK10M010209 Describe and compare two whole numbers from 0 through 100 using the terms is equal to, is less than, or is greater than (M1.2.2.K3)
Checkpoint #2 October 13-15, 18-19, 2010
ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM 1 (7 days)
KCK10M010113 (N) State and use basic addition facts with sums from 0 through 10 and corresponding subtraction facts (M1.1.4.K2, M1.1.4.K7, ACT)
TIME (4 days)
KCK10M010308 Read and tell time to the nearest hour and half-hour using analog and digital clocks (M1.3.2.K3)
2-D GEOMETRY (7 days)
KCK10M010305 Sort plane figures and solids by a given attribute (M1.3.1.A2)
KCK10M010302 Recognize, investigate, and draw circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and ellipses (M1.3.1.K1, M1.3.1.K2)
2nd Quarter
Checkpoint #3 November 12, 15-18, 2010
2-D GEOMETRY (8 days)
KCK10M010312 Describe the spatial relationship between two concrete objects and the movement of concrete objects using appropriate vocabulary (behind, above, below,
on, under, beside, in front of, right, left, up, down) and recognize that changing an object’s position or orientation does not change the name, size, or shape of
the object (M1.3.3.K1, M1.3.3.K2, M1.3.3.K3)
FRACTIONS (3 days)
KCK10M010102 Recognize, compare, and order a whole, a half, and a fourth and represent equal parts of a whole (halves, fourths) using concrete objects, pictures, diagrams,
fraction strips, or pattern blocks (M1.1.1.K2b, M1.1.1.K3, ACT)
ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM 2 (8 days)
KCK10M010110 Use the concepts of the commutative property of addition and the additive identity with whole numbers and demonstrate their meaning using concrete
objects to solve problems (M1.1.2.K7, M1.1.2.A1)
KCK10M010106 Demonstrate that smaller whole numbers are within larger whole numbers using whole numbers from 0 to 30 (M1.1.1.A3)
KCK10M010107 Read and write whole numbers from 0 through 100 in numerical form and write in words whole numbers from 0 through 20 (M1.1.2.K1, M1.1.2.K4)
Checkpoint #4 December 15-17, 20-21, 2010
ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM 2 (14 days)
KCK10M010101 Understand, explain, represent, compare, and order whole numbers from 0 through 100 using concrete objects (M1.1.1.K1, M1.1.1.K2a)
KCK10M010209 Describe and compare two whole numbers from 0 through 100 using the terms is equal to, is less than, or is greater than (M1.2.2.K3)
KCK10M010210 Represent real-world problems using concrete objects, pictures, oral descriptions, and symbols and the basic addition and subtraction facts with one
operation and one unknown (M1.2.2.A1)
KCK10M010110 Use the concepts of the commutative property of addition and the additive identity with whole numbers and demonstrate their meaning using concrete
objects to solve problems (M1.1.2.K7, M1.1.2.A1)
KCK10M010113 (N) State and use basic addition facts with sums from 0 through 10 and corresponding subtraction facts (M1.1.4.K2, M1.1.4.K7, ACT)
MONEY (4 days)
KCK10M010104 Identify coins and currency ($1, $5, $10) and state the value of each coin and each type of currency using money models (M1.1.1.K5)
KCK10M010105 Recognize and count a like group of coins (pennies, nickels, dimes) (M1.1.1.K6)
3rd Quarter
Checkpoint #5 February 1-2, 4, 7-8, 2011
DATA ANALYSIS (13 days)
KCK10M010408 Determine the mode after sorting by one attribute (M1.4.2.K4)
KCK10M010409 Sort and record qualitative data sets using one attribute (M1.4.2.K5)
KCK10M010402 Display and read graphs using concrete objects and pictographs (with a whole symbol or picture representing one object) that show quantitative and
qualitative data in a clear, organized, and accurate manner including a title, labels, and whole number intervals (M1.4.2.K1a, M1.4.2.K1b, ACT)
KCK10M010403 Display and read frequency tables (tally marks) that show quantitative and qualitative data in a clear, organized, and accurate manner including a title, labels,
and whole number intervals (M1.4.2.K1c, ACT)
KCK10M010404 Display and read horizontal and vertical bar graphs that show quantitative and qualitative data in a clear, organized, and accurate manner including a title,
labels, and whole number intervals (M1.4.2.K1d, ACT)
KCK10M010405 Display and read Venn diagrams that show quantitative and qualitative data in a clear, organized, and accurate manner including a title, and labels
(M1.4.2.K1e, ACT)
KCK10M010410 Communicate the results of data collection and answer questions (identifying more, less, fewer, greater than, or less than) based on information from: a.
graphs using concrete objects; b. a pictograph with a whole symbol or picture representing only one (no partial symbols or pictures); c. a horizontal or
vertical bar graph (M1.4.2.A1a-c, ACT)
KCK10M010407 Identify the minimum and maximum values in a data set (M1.4.2.K3)
PROBABILITY (2 days)
KCK10M010401 Recognize and state whether a simple event in an experiment or simulation, including the use of concrete objects, can have more than one outcome and if a
particular outcome is impossible, possible, or certain (M1.4.1.K1, M1.4.1.K2, ACT)
MEASUREMENT (5 days)
Checkpoint #6 March 4, 7-10, 2011
MEASUREMENT (5 days)
KCK10M010307 Compare and order two measurements using longer, shorter (length); taller, shorter (height); heavier, lighter (weight); hotter, colder (temperature); and the
weight of two concrete objects using a balance (M1.3.2.K2a, M1.3.2.K2b, M1.3.2.K2c, M1.3.2.K2d, M1.3.2.A1, M1.3.2.A2)
KCK10M010306 Use whole number approximations for length and weight using nonstandard units of measure and identify objects that are about the same length, weight, or
volume as a given object (M1.3.2.K1, M1.3.2.A3)
KCK10M010309 Select and use appropriate measuring tools for length, weight, volume, and temperature for a given situation (M1.3.2.K4)
KCK10M010310 Measure length and weight to the nearest whole unit using nonstandard units (M1.3.2.K5)
ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM 3 (12 days)
KCK10M010106 Demonstrate that smaller whole numbers are within larger whole numbers using whole numbers from 0 to 30 (M1.1.1.A3)
KCK10M010119 Read and write horizontally and vertically the same addition expression (M1.1.4.K8)
KCK10M010109 Identify any whole number from 0 through 50 as even or odd (M1.1.2.K6, ACT)
KCK10M010301 Locate and plot whole numbers from 0 through 100 on a segment of a number line (horizontal/vertical) (M1.2.3.K1, M1.3.4.K1, ACT)
KCK10M010103 Identify and use ordinal numbers first through tenth (M1.1.1.K4)
4th Quarter
Checkpoint #7 April 13-15, 18-19, 2011
ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM 3 (8 Days)
KCK10M010111 Estimate whole number quantities from 0 through 100 using various computational methods and determine if an estimate is reasonable (M1.1.3.K1,
M1.1.3.K2, ACT)
KCK10M010314 Use a number line to model addition and counting and subtraction using whole numbers from 0 to 100 (M1.1.2.K3, M1.3.4.K2, M1.3.4.K3, ACT)
KCK10M010315 Solve real-world problems involving counting and adding whole numbers from 0 to 50 using a number line (M1.3.4.A1, ACT)
KCK10M010207 Explain and use symbols to represent unknown whole number quantities from 0 through 20 (M1.2.2.K1)
KCK10M010117 Perform and explain addition of whole numbers with sums through 99 without regrouping using different strategies (M1.1.4.K6a, ACT)
KCK10M010120 Solve one-step real-world addition or subtraction problems with various groupings of two-digit whole numbers without regrouping (M1.1.4.A1, ACT)
KCK10M010209 Describe and compare two whole numbers from 0 through 100 using the terms is equal to, is less than, or is greater than (M1.2.2.K3)
KCK10M010118 Perform and explain subtraction of two-digit whole numbers without regrouping using different strategies (M1.1.4.K6b, ACT)
PATTERNS AND FUNCTIONS (15 Days)
KCK10M010205 Identify and continue a pattern presented in various formats including numeric, visual, verbal, kinesthetic, and written (M1.2.1.K3, ACT)
KCK10M010206 Recognize multiple representations of the same pattern (M1.2.1.A2, ACT)
Checkpoint #8 May 13, 16-19, 2011
ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM 4 (18 days)
KCK10M010211 State numerical relationships for whole numbers from 0 through 50 in a horizontal or vertical function table (input/output machine, T-table) using various
methods including mental math, paper and pencil, and concrete objects (M1.2.3.K2, M1.2.3.A1, M1.2.3.K3)
KCK10M010114 Skip count by 2s, 5s, and 10s through 50 (M1.1.4.K3)
KCK10M010115 Use repeated addition (multiplication) with whole numbers to find the sum when given the number of groups (ten or less) and given the same number of
concrete objects in each group (ten or less) (M1.1.4.K4, ACT)
KCK10M010116 Use repeated subtraction (division) with whole numbers when given the total number of concrete objects in each group to find the number of groups
(M1.1.4.K5, ACT)
KCK10M010108 Represent whole numbers from 0 through 100 using various groupings and place value models (place value mats, hundred charts, or base ten blocks)
emphasizing ones, tens, and hundreds and identify the place value of the digits (M1.1.2.K2, M1.1.2.K5, ACT)
3-D GEOMETRY (10 days)
KCK10M010303 Recognize cubes, rectangular prisms, cylinders, cones, and spheres (M1.3.1.K3)
KCK10M010305 Sort plane figures and solids by a given attribute (M1.3.1.A2)
􀁨KCK10M010101 Understand, explain, represent, compare, and order whole numbers from 0 through 100 using concrete objects (M1.1.1.K1, M1.1.1.K2a)
° I can show whole numbers from 0 through 50 using concrete objects.
° I can order whole numbers from 0 through 50 using concrete objects.
􀁨KCK10M010113 (N) State and use basic addition facts with sums from 0 through 10 and corresponding subtraction facts (M1.1.4.K2, M1.1.4.K7, ACT)
° I can state and use addition facts with sums up to 10 and corresponding subtraction facts.
KCK10M010311 State common time conversions including the number of days in a week and months in a year (M1.3.2.K6)
° I can state the number of days in a week.
° I can state the number of months in a year.
􀁨KCK10M010107 Read and write whole numbers from 0 through 100 in numerical form and write in words whole numbers from 0 through 20 (M1.1.2.K1, M1.1.2.K4)
° I can read and write numbers from 0 through 50 in a numerical form.
° I can read and write numbers 0 through 10 using word form.
° I can read and write a number in numerical form when it is given in word form from 0 through 50.
􀁨KCK10M010212 [Understand, explain, and use mathematical models to represent mathematical concepts, procedures, and relationships; Mathematical models include: process models (concrete objects, pictures, diagrams, number lines, unifix cubes, hundred charts, measurement tools, or calendars) to model computational
procedures and mathematical relationships, to compare and order numerical quantities, and to represent fractional parts (M1.2.4.K1a, ACT)]
° I can use models to compare and order numerical quantities.
° I can use models to add and subtract.
􀁨KCK10M010103 Identify and use ordinal numbers first through tenth (M1.1.1.K4)
° I can identify and use ordinal numbers first through tenth.
􀁨KCK10M010111 Estimate whole number quantities from 0 through 100 using various computational methods and determine if an estimate is reasonable (M1.1.3.K1, M1.1.3.K2, ACT)
° I can use different strategies to estimate whole number amounts up to 30.
° I can estimate if an answer is reasonable.
􀁨KCK10M010114 Skip count by 2s, 5s, and 10s through 50 (M1.1.4.K3)
° I can skip count by 2s, 5s, and 10s from 0 through 30.
􀁨KCK10M010209 Describe and compare two whole numbers from 0 through 100 using the terms is equal to, is less than, or is greater than M1.2.2.K3)
° I can compare two numbers from 0 through 50 using the words is equal to, is less than, or is greater than.
􀁨KCK10M010109 Identify any whole number from 0 through 50 as even or odd (M1.1.2.K6, ACT)
° I can choose a way to show numbers 0 through 50 as even or odd.
􀁨KCK10M010301 Locate and plot whole numbers from 0 through 100 on a segment of a number line
(horizontal/vertical) (M1.2.3.K1, M1.3.4.K1, ACT)
° I can locate and plot numbers up to 50 on a number line.
° I can identify if a number comes before or after another number.
° I can use a number line to count up and d wn.
(N) State and use basic addition facts with sums from 0 through 10 and corresponding subtraction facts (M1.1.4.K2, M1.1.4.K7, ACT)
° I can state and use addition facts with sums up to 10 and corresponding subtraction facts.
KCK10M010308 Read and tell time to the nearest hour and half-hour using analog and digital clocks (M1.3.2.K3)
° I can read and tell time to the hour and half-hour using analog and digital clocks.
KCK10M010313 [Show two concrete objects or shapes are congruent by physically fitting one object or shape on top of the other (M1.3.3.A1)]
° I can show that two objects or shapes are congruent.
􀁨KCK10M010304 [Demonstrate how a geometric shape made of several plane figures can be separated to make two or more different plane figures; several plane figures can be combined to make a new geometric shape; several solids can be combined to make a new geometric shape (M1.3.1.A1a-c)]
° I can create a new shape by combining or taking apart plane figures.
􀁨KCK10M010305 Sort plane figures and solids by a given attribute (M1.3.1.A2)
° I can sort plane figures by a given attribute.
KCK10M010302 Recognize, investigate, and draw circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and ellipses (M1.3.1.K1, M1.3.1.K2)
° I can draw circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and ellipses.
° I can recognize circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and ellipses.
KCK10M010312 Describe the spatial relationship between two concrete objects and the movement of concrete objects using appropriate vocabulary (behind, above, below, on, under, beside, in front of, right, left, up, down) and recognize that changing an object’s position or orientation does not change the name, size, or shape of the object (M1.3.3.K1, M1.3.3.K2, M1.3.3.K3)
° I can state the relationship between two objects using appropriate vocabulary.
° I can understand that changing an object’s position or orientation does not change its name, size, or shape.
KCK10M010102 Recognize, compare, and order a whole, a half, and a fourth and represent equal parts of a whole (halves, fourths) using concrete objects, pictures, diagrams, fraction strips, or pattern blocks (M1.1.1.K2b, M1.1.1.K3, ACT)
° I can identify a whole, a half, and a fourth using concrete objects.
° I can compare and order a whole, a half, and a fourth using concrete objects.
􀁨KCK10M010212 [Understand, explain, and use mathematical models to represent mathematical concepts, procedures, and relationships; Mathematical models include: process models (concrete objects, pictures, diagrams, number lines, unifix cubes, hundred charts, measurement tools, or calendars) to model computational procedures and mathematical relationships, to compare and order numerical quantities, and to represent fractional parts (M1.2.4.K1a, ACT)]
° I can use various models to represent fractions.
KCK10M010110 Use the concepts of the commutative property of addition and the additive identity with whole numbers and demonstrate their meaning using concrete objects to solve problems (M1.1.2.K7, M1.1.2.A1)
° I can use examples of the commutative property of addition to solve problems using concrete objects.
􀁨KCK10M010106 Demonstrate that smaller whole numbers are within larger whole numbers using whole numbers from 0 to 30 (M1.1.1.A3)
° I can show a smaller number within a larger number using whole numbers from 0 to 30 (4 + 6, 5 + 5, 7 + 3 are within 10).
􀁨KCK10M010107 Read and write whole numbers from 0 through 100 in numerical form and write in words whole numbers from 0 through 20 (M1.1.2.K1, M1.1.2.K4)
° I can read and write numbers from 0 through 100 in numerical form.
° I can read and write numbers 11 through 20 using word form.
° I can read and write a number in numerical form when it is given in word form from 0 through 100.
KCK10M010112 [Compute with efficiency and accuracy using various computational methods including mental math, paper and pencil, concrete objects, and appropriate technology (M1.1.4.K1, ACT)]
° I can compute accurately using different strategies.
° I can compute efficiently using different strategies.
KCK10M010210 Represent real-world problems using concrete objects, pictures, oral descriptions, and symbols and the basic addition and subtraction facts with one operation and one unknown (M1.2.2.A1)
° I can solve real-world subtraction problems with one operation and one unknown using models.
KCK10M010214 [Understand, explain, and use mathematical models to represent mathematical concepts, procedures, and relationships; Mathematical models include: fraction models (fraction strips or pattern blocks) to compare, order, and represent numerical quantities (M1.2.4.K1c, ACT)]
° I can use various models to represent fractions.
° I can use various models to compare, order, and represent numerical quantities.
􀁨KCK10M010212 [Understand, explain, and use mathematical models to represent mathematical concepts, rocedures, and relationships; Mathematical models include: process models (concrete objects, pictures, diagrams, number lines, unifix cubes, hundred charts, measurement tools, or calendars) to model computational procedures and mathematical relationships, to compare and order numerical quantities, and to represent fractional parts (M1.2.4.K1a, ACT)]
° I can use models to add and subtract.
􀁨KCK10M010101 Understand, explain, represent, compare, and order whole numbers from 0 through 100 using concrete objects (M1.1.1.K1, M1.1.1.K2a)
° I can show whole numbers from 0 through 100 using concrete objects.
° I can compare whole numbers from 0 through 100 using concrete objects.
° I can order whole numbers from 0 through 100 using concrete objects.
􀁨KCK10M010209 Describe and compare two whole numbers from 0 through 100 using the terms is equal to, is less than, or is greater than (M1.2.2.K3)
° I can compare two numbers from 0 through 100 using the words is equal to, is less than, or is greater than.
KCK10M010210 Represent real-world problems using concrete objects, pictures, oral descriptions, and symbols and the basic addition and subtraction facts with one operation and one unknown (M1.2.2.A1)
° I can solve real-world addition problems with one operation and one unknown using models. KCK10M010110 Use the concepts of the commutative
property of addition and the additive identity with whole numbers and demonstrate their meaning using concrete objects to solve problems (M1.1.2.K7, M1.1.2.A1)
° I can use examples of the commutative property of addition to solve problems using concrete objects.
􀁨KCK10M010113 (N) State and use basic addition facts with sums from 0 through 10 and corresponding subtraction facts (M1.1.4.K2, M1.1.4.K7, ACT)
° I can state and use addition facts with sums up to 10 and corresponding subtraction facts.
KCK10M010104 Identify coins and currency ($1, $5, $10) and state the value of each coin and each type of currency using money models (M1.1.1.K5)
° I can identify coins and currency.
° I can state the value of each coin and currency.
KCK10M010105 Recognize and count a like group of coins (pennies, nickels, dimes) (M1.1.1.K6)
° I can calculate the value of combinations of like coins.
KCK10M010408 Determine the mode after sorting by one attribute (M1.4.2.K4)
° I can identify the mode after sorting by one attribute.
KCK10M010409 Sort and record qualitative data sets using one attribute (M1.4.2.K5)
° I can sort data sets using one attribute.
° I can record data sets using one attribute.
KCK10M010402 Display and read graphs using concrete objects and pictographs (with a whole symbol or picture representing one object) that show quantitative and qualitative data in a clear, organized, and accurate manner including a title, labels, and whole number intervals (M1.4.2.K1a, M1.4.2.K1b, ACT)
° I can correctly use title, labels, and numbers to represent a data set.
KCK10M010403 Display and read frequency tables (tally marks) that show quantitative and qualitative data in a clear, organized, and accurate manner including a title, labels, and whole number intervals (M1.4.2.K1c, ACT)
° I can display and read tables with tally marks in a clear, organized, and accurate manner.
° I can correctly use titles, labels, and number intervals
KCK10M010404 Display and read horizontal and vertical bar graphs that show quantitative and qualitative data in a clear, organized, and accurate manner including a title, labels, and whole number intervals (M1.4.2.K1d, ACT)
° I can read horizontal and vertical bar graphs.
° I can organize information to display horizontal and vertical bar graphs.
° I can correctly use title, labels, and numbers to represent a data set on a bar graph.
KCK10M010405 Display and read Venn diagrams that show quantitative and qualitative data in a clear, organized, and accurate manner including a title, and labels (M1.4.2.K1e, ACT)
° I can read a Venn diagram.
° I can organize information to display in a Venn diagram.
° I can correctly use title, labels, and numbers to represent a data set in a Venn diagram.
KCK10M010410 Communicate the results of data collection and answer questions (identifying more, less, fewer, greater than, or less than) based on information from: a. graphs using concrete objects; b. a pictograph with a whole symbol or picture representing only one (no partial symbols or pictures); c. a horizontal or vertical bar graph (M1.4.2.A1a-c, ACT)
° I can use information from graphs to communicate results.
KCK10M010407 Identify the minimum and maximum values in a data set (M1.4.2.K3)
° I can find the minimum and maximum values in a data set.
KCK10M010406 [Collect data using different techniques (observations or interviews) and explain the results (M1.4.2.K2)]
° I can collect and report data using different techniques.
KCK10M010218 [Understand, explain, and use mathematical models to represent mathematical concepts, procedures, and relationships; Mathematical models include: graphs using concrete objects, pictographs, frequency tables, horizontal and vertical bar graphs, and Venn diagrams or other pictorial displays to organize, display, and explain data (M1.2.4.K1h, M1.2.4.K1i, ACT)]
° I can use various models to organize, display, and explain data.

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0111 I can use different strategies to estimate whole number amounts up to 100. I can estimate if an answer is reasonable.



0314 I can use a number line to model addition and subtraction using whole numbers.

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0315 I can use a number line to solve real-world problems.


0207 I can explain and use a symbol to represent an unknown number in an equation from 0-20.


0117 I can use different strategies to solve addition and subtraction problems from 0-99.


0120 I can solve real-world addition problems with two-digit whole numbers without regrouping. I can solve real-world subtraction problems with two –digit whole numbers without regrouping.


0209 I can compare two numbers from 0-100 using the words is equal to, is less than, or is greater than.




0118 I can use different strategies to solve two-digit subtraction problems without regrouping.


0205 I can create repeating patterns. I can identify different patterns. I can continue a repeating pattern shown in pictures, numbers, and concrete objects.



0206 I can show the same pattern in different ways.