Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Use properties of operations to argue for or against the equivalence of different expressions.
Use the relationship between factors and multiples for whole numbers.
Recognize the mathematical connections between the indicated operations with fractions and the corresponding operations with whole numbers.
Compose, decompose, and compare three-digit numbers according to their base-ten structure.
Look for structures and notation that make the order of operations clear when reading and writing mathematical expressions.
Reason that counting to 100 by tens reaches the same number as can be counted repeatedly by ones.
See the structure of a number as composed of its base-ten units.
Recognize the relationship between skip counting and the solutions to problems involving multiplication and division.
Notice when calculations are repeated and describe patterns in generalized, mathematical ways.
Represent situations in word problems using drawings and equations with symbols for unknown numbers.