I can use mental strategies (count on, make ten) to add or subtract numbers within 20 with ease
I can choose when to use addition and/or subtraction in a word problem.
I can represent addition and subtraction word problems using objects, drawings, and equations with unknowns in all positions.
I can identify a group of objects as being even or odd using different strategies.
I can represent addition word problems using objects, drawings, and equations with unknowns in all positions.
I can represent subtraction word problems using objects, drawings, and equations with unknowns in all positions.
I can explain the value of each digit in a three digit number (place value).
I can read and write numbers using expanded form (e.g., 200 + 30 +4).
I can determine when a three-digit number is greater than, less than, or equal to another three-digit number and cord the comparison using the symbols >, <, =.
I can write down and explain the steps that I followed as I used the concrete models or drawings to show how I added or subtracted to 1000.
I can identify and give the value of dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.
I can solve addition and subtraction problems using data from a picture or bar graph.
I can look at the time on an analog clock (when the hour hand is pointing to any numbers 1-12), say what time it is, and write the time as it would appear on a digital clock.
I can select an appropriate tool (e.g., ruler, yardstick, meter stick, measuring tape) to measure an object.
I can find the difference in length between two objects using standard units.
I can draw a given shape when given defining attributes.
I can explain the rights and duties of being a good citizen in my community.
I can develop an opinion about an issue in my community and identify solutions.
I can identify and explain the physical features of my community
I can identify, explain and create a variety of representations of physical characteristics of a place
I can describe how a person or event from the past has impacted my life
I can identify patterns of change through time
I can explain the difference between a producer and consumer.
I can explain the relationship between supply and demand.
I can fluently read and understand text at a second grade level (F&P end of the year level is M)
I can read stories and identify the lesson or moral of the story
I can answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions about stories and books
I can learn and use word patterns to help me read, spell, and write words
I can learn the rules of spoken and written English
I can participate in class discussions by listening and building on what others are saying
I can describe in my own words information learned from articles or books read aloud
I can work together with others to gather facts and information on a topic
I can ask and answer questions before, during, and after reading a text
I can use reading strategies to help me understand text
I can write opinion, informational, and narrative pieces of writing including an introduction, supporting details, and a conclusion
I can identify parts an informational text
I can compare and contrast texts
I can use my singing voice.
I can read, notate, and use music vocabulary accurately.
I can move accurately with a variety of music.
I can play a variety of instruments with correct technique
I can participate and contribute positively in music.
I can investigate different objects and group them by their observable properties
I can analyze different materials, and identify the properties that make it the right choice for a specific purpose.
I can observe how an object made of a small set of pieces can be taken apart and made into a new object.
I can prove that some changes caused by heating or cooling can be reversed and some cannot.
I can use information to give evidence that Earth events can happen quickly or slowly.
I can compare ways that are meant to slow or prevent wind or water from changing the shape of the land.
I can develop a model to represent the shapes and kinds of land and bodies of water in the area.
I can gain information to identify where water is found on Earth and that it can be solid or liquid.
I can design an investigation and collect data to determine if plants need sunlight and water to grow.
I can use drawings or simple models to show the relationship between plants and animals, and give evidence of how plants depend on animals for pollination.
I can use observations and data to compare and contrast plant and animal diversity in different habitats.
I can use “play” to make discoveries about art in my world
I can experiment with both 2D and 3D using a variety of materials
I can learn how to be safe using the materials and tools that make art.
I can learn to write my name on my art
I can talk about my art
I can build on my interests
I can select my art to display
I can explain to my teacher what my art means to me
I can be actively involved in group discussions about art
I can watch others use the internet, and understand it’s use to an artist
I can recognize the reasons that people make art
I can become involved with colors and how they make me feel
I can find art in the community