Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Abstract individual objects into new conceptual groups.
Use properties of operations to argue for or against the equivalence of different expressions.
Abstract place value reasoning with whole numbers to decimal numbers.
Build on experiences with measurement tools to understand number lines as a more abstract tool for working with quantities.
Explain the process and result of multi-digit arithmetic.
Reason quantitatively with word problems by considering the units involved and how the quantities they describe increase or decrease with addition and subtraction or scale with multiplication and division.
Explore various ways of partitioning shapes into equal shares, such as different methods for dividing a square into fourths, to understand that each partition, regardless of shape, represents an equal share of the square.
Abstract real-world quantities into scaled graphs.
Critique the reasoning of others’ classifications of two-dimensional shapes.
Organize measurement and categorical data into categories based on size or type so comparisons can be made between categories instead of between individual objects.