Topic: Base ten |
Mathematics |
| Standard 2. Understands and applies basic and advanced properties of the concepts of numbers |
| | Level I (Grade K-2) |
| | | Benchmark 4. | Uses base ten concepts to compare whole number relationships (e.g., 4 is less than 10, 30 is 3 tens) and represent them in flexible ways (e.g., expanded form, decomposing numbers) |
| | | | Knowledge/skill statements |
| | | | | 1. | Understands the whole number relationship of "less than" |
| | | | | 2. | Understands the whole number relationship of "greater than" |
| | | | | 3. | Uses base ten concepts to compare whole number relationships |
| | | | | 4. | Uses base ten concepts to represent whole numbers in expanded form |
| | | | | 5. | Uses base ten concepts to represent decomposed whole numbers |
| | Level II (Grade 3-5) |
| | | Benchmark 7. | Uses base ten concepts to represent decimals and fractions in flexible ways (e.g., composing and decomposing numbers |
| | | | Knowledge/skill statements |
| | | | | 1. | Uses base ten concepts to represent decimals in flexible ways. |
| | | | | 2. | Uses base ten concepts to represent fractions in flexible ways. |
| | | | | 3. | Uses base ten concepts to compose decimal numbers. |
| | | | | 4. | Uses base ten concepts to decompose decimal numbers. |