Math (easier review) 111 I can estimate quantities 0-100 using various computational methods and determine if an estimate is reasonable. *up to 99

135 I can compare two 2 digit numbers based on the meaning of the tens and ones digits using <, >, and =.

138 I can add within 100. (2 digit and a 1 digit, 2 digit and a multiple of 10, using models/drawings/place value/relationship of addition to subtraction and explain the reasoning used). *up to 70

140 I can subtract within 100. (2 digit and a 1 digit, 2 digit and a multiple of 10, using models/drawings/place value/relationship of addition to subtraction and explain the reasoning used) 1

232 I can add and subtract within 20 (fluently to 10, count on, make tens, decompose numbers, relate addition to subtraction, and use easier or known sums.

141 I can mentally find 10 more or ten less than a 2 digit number without counting and explain my reasoning.

142 I can subtract multiples of 10 from multiples of 10 using models, drawings, and place value strategies.

233 I can use addition and subtraction to solve word problems. (add to, take from, put together, take apart, compare unknowns in all positions, use objects, drawings, number lines, and equations to represent problems)

234 I can solve word problems that call of the addition of 3 whole numbers with a sum less than 20 (using objects, drawings, and equations).

236 I can understand subtraction as an unknown-addend problem. (For example, subtract 10 - 8 by finding the number that makes10 when added to 8.)

238 I can generate and continue a pattern using whole numbers that increase including evens, odds, or skip counting by 2s, 5s, or 10s. 1 *Estimation Count Base 10 Blocks

LITERACY 117 I can summarize and retell important events and main idea in order, using supporting details, facts, and information in literature.

114 I can determine the meaning of words, using knowledge of word structure (compound nouns, contractions, and inflectional endings)

Prefix Pre 116 I can make inferences and draw conclusions about characters, people, ideas, details, and story elements, using prior knowledge as well as illustrations and text, from a variety of texts.

121 I can identify the main idea and theme (central message, lesson or moral) in literature (determining importance).

|| KCK11R010117 Summarize and retell important events and main ideas in a logical order, using supporting details, facts, and information in literature. (130b, CC.RL.1.2, ACT) KCK11R010114* Determine the meaning of words, using knowledge of word structure, such as compound nouns, contractions, and inflectional endings. (118, CC.L.5.4, ACT) • Contractions ||

Checkpoint 5

Math

Identify coins & currency ($1, $5, $10) & state the value of each coin & currency using models.

105-Recognize & count a like group of coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, & quarters)

111-Estimate whole # quantities from 0-50 using different computational methods & determine if estimate is reasonable.

## Reading

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Variety of Stories Read Online

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## Math

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Study IslandCheckpoint Activities for Each Subject

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## Pacing/Assessment

Checkpoint 5

## Math

## Literacy

Checkpoint 6

Math

**[[http://henryanker.com/Math/Time/ClockWork/ClockWork_02.swf ]]

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http://www.oswego.org/ocsd-web/games/BangOnTime/clockwordres.html

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http://www.sadlier-oxford.com/math/enrichment/gr1/ch8/0108a.htm

http://www.hbschool.com/activity/counting_money/

http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/lets_compare/

http://resources.oswego.org/games/StopTheClock/sthecR.html

http://www.sadlier-oxford.com/math/enrichment/gr1/ch8/0108b.htm

[[http://www.sadlier-oxford.com/math/enrichment/gr2/ch11/02011b.htm ]]

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http://www.henryanker.com/Math/Number_Sense/Rounding/Rounding_Nearest_100_Set_01.swf

http://www.amblesideprimary.com/ambleweb/mentalmaths/guessthenumber.html

http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/length_strength4/

http://www.funbrain.com/cgi-bin/meas.cgi?A1=s&A2=0&A3=0

http://www.henryanker.com/Math/Geometry/Perimeter_Set_01.swf

http://www.sadlier-oxford.com/math/enrichment/gr1/ch9/0109a.htm

http://www.sadlier-oxford.com/math/enrichment/gr2/ch7/0207b.htm

http://www.sadlier-oxford.com/math/enrichment/gr2/ch7/0207b.htm

http://www.beaconlearningcenter.com/WebLessons/IsItPETime/PEtime.htm#page2

http://www.sadlier-oxford.com/math/practice/gr2/Chapt_11/measurement/0111.htm

**[[http://www.sadlier-oxford.com/math/enrichment/gr2/ch11/02011a.htm** ]]

http://www.henryanker.com/Math/Geometry/Perimeter_Set_02.swf

http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/bodymath/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/numbers/measuring/time/calculatingtime/flash0.shtml

http://www.sadlier-oxford.com/math/enrichment/gr2/ch7/0207b.htm

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http://www.globalclassroom.org/rulergame200/index.html

## Literacy

Checkpoint 7

Math

(easier review)

111 I can estimate quantities 0-100 using various computational methods and determine if an estimate is reasonable. *up to 99

135 I can compare two 2 digit numbers based on the meaning of the tens and ones digits using <, >, and =.

138 I can add within 100. (2 digit and a 1 digit, 2 digit and a multiple of 10, using models/drawings/place value/relationship of addition to subtraction and explain the reasoning used). *up to 70

140 I can subtract within 100. (2 digit and a 1 digit, 2 digit and a multiple of 10, using models/drawings/place value/relationship of addition to subtraction and explain the reasoning used) 1

232 I can add and subtract within 20 (fluently to 10, count on, make tens, decompose numbers, relate addition to subtraction, and use easier or known sums.

141 I can mentally find 10 more or ten less than a 2 digit number without counting and explain my reasoning.

142 I can subtract multiples of 10 from multiples of 10 using models, drawings, and place value strategies.

233 I can use addition and subtraction to solve word problems. (add to, take from, put together, take apart, compare unknowns in all positions, use objects, drawings, number lines, and equations to represent problems)

234 I can solve word problems that call of the addition of 3 whole numbers with a sum less than 20 (using objects, drawings, and equations).

236 I can understand subtraction as an unknown-addend problem. (For example, subtract 10 - 8 by finding the number that makes10 when added to 8.)

237 I can recognize multiple representations of the same pattern.

238 I can generate and continue a pattern using whole numbers that increase including evens, odds, or skip counting by 2s, 5s, or 10s.

1

*Estimation

Count Base 10 Blocks

LITERACY117 I can summarize and retell important events and main idea in order, using supporting details, facts, and information in literature.

114 I can determine the meaning of words, using knowledge of word structure (compound nouns, contractions, and inflectional endings)

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116 I can make inferences and draw conclusions about characters, people, ideas, details, and story elements, using prior knowledge as well as illustrations and text, from a variety of texts.

121 I can identify the main idea and theme (central message, lesson or moral) in literature (determining importance).

|| KCK11R010117

Summarize and retell important events and main ideas in a logical order, using supporting details, facts, and information in

literature. (130b, CC.RL.1.2, ACT)

KCK11R010114*

Determine the meaning of words, using knowledge of word structure, such as compound nouns, contractions, and inflectional endings. (118, CC.L.5.4, ACT)

• Contractions ||

Checkpoint 5

## Math

## Literacy

Math Checkpoint 8

Multiplication as repeated addition explanation.

Repeated Addition and Multiplication Matching

All Kinds of Math

Division as repeated subtraction

Literacy Checkpoint 8