Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Explain why a group of objects is even or odd and if a strategy for deciding works with any group of objects.
Look for repeated reasoning both within individual patterns and in mathematical relationships between pairs of patterns.
Use the base-ten structure to add and subtract, including adding and subtracting multiples of ten.
Engage in spatial structuring by tiling rectangles with rows and columns of squares to build understanding of two-dimensional regions.
Make counting efficient by following rows, columns, or other patterns in a group of arranged objects.
Repeat the reasoning afforded by the uniformity of the base-ten system, where 10 copies compose 1 base-ten unit of the next highest value.
See the structure of place value as not just a making of tens with greater place values, but a making of tenths with lesser place values.
Use the structure of place value to organize computation with whole numbers and decimals.
Sort shapes into categories (squares, circles, triangles, etc.) based on attributes of the shapes.
Look for structure in the multiplicative relationship between unlike denominators when creating equivalent fractions.