I can round whole numbers to the nearest 10.
I can round whole numbers to the nearest 100.
I can add within 1000 with ease by using an algorithm or strategy based on place value.
I can subtract within 1000 with ease by using an algorithm or strategy based on place value.
I can explain the relationship between multiplication and division.
I can determine when to multiply and divide in word problems.
I can represent multiplication and division word problems using drawings, and equations with unknowns in all positions.
I can instantly recall from memory the product of any two-digit numbers.
I can decide if my answers are reasonable using mental math and estimation strategies including rounding.
I can explain any unit fraction (1/x) as one part of a whole.
I can use models to show and explain equivalent fractions.
I can estimate liquid volumes and masses of objects using standard units of measure (gram, kilograms, and liters).
I can use a ruler to measure lengths in whole, half, and quarter inches.
I can find the perimeter of polygons when given the lengths of all sides.
I can use attributes to identify shapes.
I can explain the rights and duties of being a citizen in Wisconsin
I can analyze the roles civic institutions play in my life
I can identify and explain the physical features of Wisconsin
I can analyze where and why people live where they do in Wisconsin
I can compare various cultures
I can explain the cause and effect of a specific historical event or person in Wisconsin
I can describe the role of money, banking, and savings in everyday life.
I can investigate how the cost of things change over time.
I can independently read, for a period of thirty minutes continuously, and understand text at a 3rd grade level. (F&P end of year level P)
I can retell and ask and answer questions about a text.
I can describe characters and how their actions affect events in the text.
I can determine the meaning of literal and figurative language in a text.
I can use the text to identify key details, the main idea and ask and answer questions about key details in an informational text.
I can understand academic vocabulary in 3rd grade science and social studies texts.
I can read multiple texts about science or social studies and answer questions about what I have read.
I can use what I learn from text features (specifically maps, illustrations and photographs) to understand the text.
I can write an opinion piece that includes an introduction that states an opinion, reasons that support the opinion, transition words between paragraphs and an ending section or statement.
I can write an informational piece that introduces a topic, includes illustrations, vocabulary words, transition words between informational sections and an ending statement or section.
I can write a narrative (either fictional or personal) that establishes a character or narrator, uses time order transitions, includes dialogue and provides a sense of closure at the end.
I can plan, draft, revise and edit my writing to include punctuation, capitalization and proper sentence structure.
I can conduct research and present a report about a topic.
I can participate in class discussions and small collaborative groups by listening, asking questions, sharing ideas, and building on the ideas of others.
I can write independently for a period of twenty minutes.
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 the effects of balanced and unbalanced forces on the motion of an object.
I can measure and observe an object’s motion to identify a pattern that can be used to predict future motion.
I can determine cause and effect relationships of electric or magnetic interactions between two objects not in contact with each other.
I can define a simple design problem that can be solved by applying scientific ideas about magnets.
I can construct an argument that some animals form groups that help members survive.
I can analyze fossil data that supports the existence of organisms and the environments in which they lived long ago.
I can construct an argument with evidence that some organisms thrive, some survive, and some cannot survive in a particular habitat.
I can analyze solutions to environmental changes that may cause changes in plant and animal life.
I can develop models to describe that organisms have unique and diverse life cycles but all have in common birth, growth, reproduction, and death.
I can analyze and interpret data to show that plants and animals have traits inherited from parents and that variation of these traits exists in a group of similar organisms.
I can use evidence to support the explanation that traits can be influenced by the environment.
I can use evidence to explain how the variations in characteristics among individuals of the same species may provide advantages in surviving, finding mates, and reproducing.
I can represent data in tables and graphical displays to describe typical weather conditions expected during a particular season.
I can obtain and combine information to describe climates in different regions of the world.
I can make a claim about the merit of a design solution that reduces the impacts of a weather related hazard.
I can demonstrate knowledge of color theory
I can apply knowledge of tools and materials
I can analyze components of visual imagery that convey messages
I can explain my artwork or portfolio of work
I can identify good application of design principles
I can utilize technology to present artwork
I can compare and contrast with the interpretation of others
I can speculate about processes an artist uses to create a work of art
I can create artworks that reflect community, tradition, and cultural influences
I can identify art concepts in the world around me
I can interpret art to learn more about the beliefs of others, as well as, a means to express my own beliefs