Learning Outcomes:

Level I Outcomes
It is expected that students should be able to:
explain or use examples of keywords such as digit, place value, rounding, estimating, greater than, less than, equal, not equal, odd , even, zero, horizontal, vertical, operation, sum, difference, addition, subtraction, increase, decrease;identify place value to 100;recognize vertical and horizontal format for adding and subtracting;read and write digits 0 to 9;count to 100;read and write whole numbers to 100;compare and order whole numbers to 100;add whole numbers whose sum is 20 or less without carrying;subtract whole numbers that are 20 or less, without borrowing/trading in;round whole numbers to the nearest 10;use and apply patterns (shapes, letter and numbers);count by 2’s; 5’s; 10’s; up to 100;recognize coins and their values;show the relationship between manipulatives and numbers to 20;estimate (ex. “It takes me about an hour to get to work in the morning”);use estimation in situations such as transportation and time management (ex. estimating commuting time per day);apply addition (to 20) to one step word problems in real life situations;apply subtraction (20 or less) to one step word problems in real life situations;explain or use examples of keywords such as rectangle, square, triangle, circle, and perimeter;identify rectangle, square, triangle, and circle;recognize am/pm clock notation;recognize common base time units and their relationship to each other (seconds to minutes, etc);apply logical thinking to math operations;use critical thinking skills;give and receive help in a respectful manner;organize work, with help, for easy access;work independently for short periods of time;receive feedback and respond appropriately;identify personal shortterm numeracy goals;ask for help appropriately;recognize personal learning strengths;recognize math anxiety;use strategies to manage math anxiety;locate information in a text book with help; and,manage frustrations of learning.
Level II Outcomes
It is expected that students should be able to:
• explain or use examples of keywords such as multiplier, multiplicand, multiple, multiplication, multiply, product, double, triple, twice, carrying, borrowing, of (ex: 2 groups of 3), times by;
• place value to 1,000,000;
• show the relationship between multiplication and repeated addition;
• read and write whole numbers to 1,000,000 in digits and words;
• compare and order whole numbers to 1,000,000 (use <; >; =; ≠);
• round whole numbers up to and including 1,000,000;
• add whole numbers without carrying;
• subtract whole numbers without borrowing;
• add whole numbers with carrying;
• subtract whole numbers with borrowing;
• estimate a sum using whole numbers;
• estimate a difference using whole numbers;
• multiply two whole numbers that are less than or equal to 10;
• memorize 10 X 10 multiplication chart;
• explain or use examples of key words such as expanded notation;
• show the relationship between multiplication and repeated addition;
• write numbers in expanded notation to 10,000;
• write numbers as repeated additions or multiplication;
• multiply one digit numbers by 10; 100; 1000;
• apply addition to solve multistep word problems reflecting real life situations;
• apply subtraction to solve multistep word problems reflecting real life situations;
• apply multiplication to onestep word problems reflecting real life situations;
• make change up to $1.00;
• use manipulatives to explain multiplication;
• recognize time using an analog clock;
• recognize 24 hour system International clock notation;
• convert units of time;
• convert to and from 12 hour notation to 24 hour notation;
• add time units;
• subtract time units;
• explain or use examples of keywords such as perimeter;
• calculate perimeter of a square;
• apply logical thinking to math operations;
• work independently and ask for help when needed;
• receive and respond to feedback;
• manage time to complete work;
• identify shortterm personal numeracy goals;
• identify personal learning strengths and styles;
• use a multiplication table grid;
• use “Answer Key” to mark and selfassess;
• locate information in a text book and check that the question was accurately transferred;
• organize computation effectively;
• use critical thinking skills; and
• manage frustrations of learning.
