**A. Counting and number patterns**

- Skip-counting by twos
- Skip-counting by fives
- Skip-counting by tens
- Skip-counting by fives and tens
- Skip-counting by twos, fives, and tens
- Skip-counting stories
- Skip-counting sequences
- Count forward and backward by fives and tens
- Count forward and backward by twos, fives, and tens
- Skip-counting puzzles
- Number lines – up to 100
- Hundred chart
- Number lines – up to 1,000
- Count forward – up to 1,000
- Count forward by tens – up to 1,000
- Count forward and backward by fives, tens, and hundreds
- Count forward and backward by twos, fives, tens, and hundreds
- Even or odd
- Even or odd numbers on number lines
- Identify numbers as even or odd
- Select even or odd numbers
- Which even or odd number comes before or after?

**B. Comparing and ordering**

- Comparing numbers up to 100
- Comparing numbers up to 1,000
- Put numbers up to 100 in order
- Put numbers up to 1,000 in order
- Greatest and least – word problems – up to 100
- Greatest and least – word problems – up to 1,000

**C. Names of numbers**

- Ordinal numbers up to 10th
- Spell word names for numbers up to 20
- Writing numbers up to 100 in words – convert words to digits
- Writing numbers up to 100 in words – convert digits to words
- Writing numbers up to 1,000 in words – convert words to digits
- Writing numbers up to 1,000 in words – convert digits to words
- Roman numerals I, V, X, L

**D. Patterns**

- Repeating patterns
- Growing patterns
- Find the next shape in a repeating pattern
- Find the next shape in a growing pattern
- Complete a repeating pattern
- Make a repeating pattern
- Find the next row in a growing pattern

**E. Addition – one digit**

- Add one-digit numbers – sums to 10
- Ways to make a number with addition – sums to 10
- Match addition sentences and models – sums to 10
- Write addition sentences to describe pictures – sums to 10
- Turn words into an addition sentence – sums to 10
- Addition with pictures – sums to 20
- Write addition sentences to describe pictures – sums to 20
- Addition sentences using number lines – sums to 20

• New! Add by counting on – sums to 20 - Add one-digit numbers
- Addition input/output tables – sums to 20
- Add zero
- Add doubles using models
- Add doubles
- Add doubles – complete the sentence

• New! Add using doubles plus or minus one - Make ten to add
- Addition word problems – sums to 20
- Addition sentences for word problems – sums to 20
- Complete the addition sentence – sums to 20
- Balance addition equations – sums to 20
- Which addition sentence is true?
- Add three one-digit numbers
- Addition word problems – three one-digit numbers
- Add four or more one-digit numbers
- Addition word problems – four or more one-digit numbers
- Identify repeated addition in arrays – sums to 10
- Write addition sentences for arrays – sums to 10
- Identify repeated addition in arrays – sums to 25
- Write addition sentences for arrays – sums to 25

**F. Subtraction – one digit**

- Subtract one-digit numbers – up to 10
- Ways to subtract – up to 10
- Write subtraction sentences – up to 10
- Subtract doubles
- Subtraction with pictures
- Write subtraction sentences to describe pictures – up to 18

• New! Subtract by counting back – up to 20 - Subtraction sentences using number lines – up to 20
- Subtract by counting on – up to 20

• New! Use ten to subtract - Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number up to 18
- Subtraction input/output tables – up to 18
- Subtract zero/all
- Subtraction word problems – up to 18
- Subtraction sentences for word problems – up to 18
- Complete the subtraction sentence – up to 18
- Balance subtraction equations – up to 18
- Which subtraction sentence is true?

**G. Addition – two digits**

- Add multiples of 10
- Write addition sentences to describe pictures
- Use models to add a two-digit and a one-digit number – without regrouping
- Use models to add a two-digit and a one-digit number – with regrouping
- Add a two-digit and a one-digit number – without regrouping
- Add a two-digit and a one-digit number – with regrouping

• New! Break apart a one-digit number to add - Use models to add two-digit numbers – without regrouping
- Use models to add two-digit numbers – with regrouping
- Add two-digit numbers without regrouping – sums to 100
- Add two-digit numbers with regrouping – sums to 100

• New! Break apart a two-digit number to add

• New! Add two-digit numbers – sums to 100 - Add two-digit numbers – sums to 200
- Use compensation to add – up to two digits
- Addition input/output tables – up to two digits
- Ways to make a number using addition
- Addition word problems – up to two digits
- Complete the addition sentence – up to two digits
- Write the addition sentence – up to two digits
- Balance addition equations – up to two digits
- Add three numbers up to two digits each
- Addition word problems – three numbers up to two digits each
- Add four numbers up to two digits each
- Addition word problems – four numbers up to two digits each

**H. Subtraction – two digits**

- Subtract multiples of 10
- Write subtraction sentences to describe pictures – up to two digits
- Use models to subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – without regrouping
- Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – without regrouping
- Use models to subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – with regrouping
- Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – with regrouping

• New! Break apart a one-digit number to subtract - Use models to subtract two-digit numbers – without regrouping
- Subtract two-digit numbers – without regrouping
- Use models to subtract two-digit numbers – with regrouping
- Subtract two-digit numbers – with regrouping

• New! Break apart a two-digit number to subtract - Use compensation to subtract – up to two digits
- Subtraction input/output tables – up to two digits
- Ways to make a number using subtraction
- Subtraction word problems – up to two digits
- Complete the subtraction sentence – up to two digits
- Write the subtraction sentence – up to two digits
- Balance subtraction equations – up to two digits

**I. Addition – three digits**

- Add multiples of 100
- Add multiples of 10 or 100
- Use models to add three-digit numbers – without regrouping
- Use models to add three-digit numbers – with regrouping
- Addition with three-digit numbers
- Use compensation to add – up to three digits
- Addition word problems – up to three digits
- Complete the addition sentence – up to three digits
- Write the addition sentence – up to three digits
- Balance addition equations – up to three digits

**J. Subtraction – three digits**

- Subtract multiples of 100
- Subtract multiples of 10 or 100
- Use models to subtract from three-digit numbers – without regrouping
- Use models to subtract from three-digit numbers – with regrouping
- Subtract across zeros
- Subtract from three-digit numbers
- Use compensation to subtract – up to three digits
- Subtraction word problems – up to three digits
- Complete the subtraction sentence – up to three digits
- Write the subtraction sentence – up to three digits
- Balance subtraction equations – up to three digits

**K. Properties**

- • New! Add in any order
- Related addition facts
- Related subtraction facts
- Fact families
- Addition and subtraction terms
- Solve inequalities using addition and subtraction shortcuts

**L. Mixed operations**

- Add and subtract numbers up to 20
- Ways to make a number using addition and subtraction – up to 20
- Addition and subtraction word problems – up to 20
- Solve word problems using guess-and-check – up to 20
- Balance addition and subtraction equations – up to 20
- Which addition or subtraction sentence is true?
- Write the addition or subtraction rule for an input/output table – up to 20
- Input/output tables – add and subtract by 10
- Add and subtract numbers up to 100
- Ways to make a number using addition and subtraction – up to 100
- Addition and subtraction word problems – up to 100
- Two-step addition and subtraction word problems – up to 100
- Balance addition and subtraction equations – up to 100
- Write the addition or subtraction rule for an input/output table – up to 100
- Input/output tables – add and subtract by 100
- Input/output tables – add and subtract by 10 or 100
- Which sign (+ or -) makes the number sentence true?
- Write addition and subtraction sentences
- Inequalities with addition and subtraction – up to 100
- Add and subtract numbers up to 1,000

**M. Place values**

- Place value models – tens and ones
- Place value models – up to hundreds
- Place value models – up to thousands
- Identify a digit up to the hundreds place
- Place value – tens and ones
- Place value – up to hundreds
- Place value – up to thousands
- Convert to/from a number – tens and ones
- Regroup tens and ones – ways to make a number
- Regroup tens and ones
- Convert to/from a number – up to hundreds
- Convert between place values – ones and hundreds
- Convert between place values – ones, tens, and hundreds
- Convert from expanded form – up to hundreds

**N. Estimation and rounding**

- Estimate to the nearest ten
- Round to the nearest ten
- Round to the nearest ten or hundred
- Estimate sums
- Estimate differences

**O. Logical reasoning**

- Guess the number

**P. Money**

- Names and values of common coins
- Names and values of all coins
- Count money – pennies, nickels, and dimes only
- Count money – up to $1
- Count money – up to $5
- Equivalent amounts of money – up to $1
- Exchanging money – with pictures
- Exchanging money
- Comparing groups of coins
- Add money – up to $1
- Add money – up to $1: word problems
- Subtract money – up to $1
- Subtract money – up to $1: word problems
- Add and subtract money – up to $1
- Add and subtract money – up to $1: word problems
- Purchases – do you have enough money – up to $1
- Purchases – do you have enough money – up to $5
- Which picture shows more – up to $5
- Least number of coins
- How much more to make a dollar?
- Correct amount of change
- Making change

**Q. Time**

- Match digital clocks and times
- Match analog clocks and times
- Match analog and digital clocks
- Read clocks and write times: hour and half hour
- Read clocks and write times
- Time words: o’clock, half, quarter
- A.M. or P.M.
- Compare clocks
- Elapsed time word problems: find the end time
- Elapsed time word problems: find the elapsed time
- Time patterns
- Months of the year
- Read a calendar I
- Read a calendar II
- Number of days in each month
- Relate time units

**R. Data and graphs**

- Which tally chart is correct?
- Interpret tally charts
- Which table is correct?
- Interpret data in tables
- Interpret bar graphs I
- Interpret bar graphs II
- Which bar graph is correct?
- Create bar graphs
- Interpret line plots
- Create line plots
- Interpret pictographs I
- Interpret pictographs II
- Create pictographs I
- Create pictographs II
- Count shapes in a Venn diagram
- Sort shapes into a Venn diagram

**S. Units of measurement**

- Read a thermometer

• New! Measure length with inch cubes - Measure using an inch ruler
- Which customary unit of length is appropriate: inches or feet?
- Which customary unit of length is appropriate: inches, feet, or yards?
- Customary units of length: word problems

• New! Compare lengths: customary units - Which customary unit of weight is appropriate?
- Which customary unit of volume is appropriate?
- Measure using a centimeter ruler
- Which metric unit of length is appropriate?
- Metric units of length: word problems

• New! Compare lengths: metric units - Which metric unit of weight is appropriate?
- Which metric unit of volume is appropriate?
- Choose the appropriate measuring tool

**T. Two-dimensional shapes**

- Name the two-dimensional shape
- Select two-dimensional shapes
- Count sides and vertices
- Compare sides and vertices
- Equal sides

• New! Name polygons: up to 6 sides

• New! Name polygons: up to 12 sides - Flip, turn, and slide
- Identify congruent shapes
- Symmetry
- Identify lines of symmetry
- Compose two-dimensional shapes

**U. Three-dimensional shapes**

- Name the three-dimensional shape
- Cubes
- Select three-dimensional shapes
- Count vertices, edges, and faces
- Compare vertices, edges, and faces
- Identify faces of three-dimensional shapes
- Identify shapes traced from solids
- Shapes of everyday objects I
- Shapes of everyday objects II

**V. Geometric measurement**

- Perimeter
- Perimeter: word problems
- Tile a rectangle with squares
- Area
- Select figures with a given area
- Create figures with a given area
- Create rectangles with a given area

**W. Fractions**

- Equal parts
- Identify halves
- Identify thirds
- Identify fourths
- Identify halves, thirds, and fourths
- Make halves
- Make thirds
- Make fourths
- Make halves, thirds, and fourths
- Make halves, thirds, and fourths in different ways

• New! Identify a half, a third, and a fourth - Identify the fraction
- Which shape illustrates the fraction?
- Fractions of a group
- Fractions of a whole: modeling word problems
- Fractions of a whole: word problems
- Fractions of a group: word problems

**X. Probability**

- More, less, and equally likely
- Certain, probable, unlikely, and impossible

**Y. Multiplication**

- Count equal groups
- Identify multiplication sentences for equal groups
- Write multiplication sentences for equal groups
- Relate addition and multiplication for equal groups
- Write multiplication sentences for arrays
- Write multiplication sentences for number lines
- Multiplication facts for 2, 3, and 4
- Multiplication facts up to 5
- Multiplication facts for 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10

**Z. Division**

- Divide by counting equal groups
- Write division sentences for groups
- Divisors and quotients up to 5