SECOND GRADEThe following goals are expected to be secure by the end of Grade 2. Please note that these are secure goals, but they are not the only concepts to which students will be exposed at this grade level. Students will have a rich curriculum, and their experiences in math will introduce them to many new concepts that will deepen over time.  Number & Operation Knows easier addition facts with sums to 10 Knows easier subtraction facts with minuend to 10 Knows addition facts with sums to 20 Represents numbers in a variety of ways Solves simple addition number stories Adds three one-digit numbers mentally Reads, writes, and compares whole numbers up to three digits Constructs fact families for addition and subtraction Multiplies numbers with 0 and 1 as factors Algebra Identifies and completes number patterns Finds missing addends for the next multiple of 10 Counts by 2s, 5s, and 10s and describes patterns GeometryIdentifies two dimensional shapes such as polygons Measurement Demonstrates calendar concepts and skills Tells time to five-minute intervals Exchanges pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters Uses equivalent coins to show money amounts in different ways Uses calculator to compute money amounts Data Analysis and Probability Makes tallies and gives totals Plots data on a bar graph Compares quantities from a bar graph THIRD GRADEThe following goals are expected to be secure by the end of Grade 3. Please note that these are secure goals, but they are not the only concepts to which students will be exposed at this grade level. Students will have a rich curriculum, and their experiences in math will introduce them to many new concepts that will deepen over time. Number & Operation Knows addition facts through 20 Knows subtraction facts through 20 Reads, writes, and compares whole numbers up to four digits Identifies place value in whole numbers up to five digits Completes fact and number families Adds four-digit numbers with regrouping Subtracts four-digit numbers with regrouping Counts by 10s and 100s Finds equivalent names for numbers Reads, writes, and compares simple fractions Understands decimals through hundredths Algebra Skills developing, but no new secure skills are expected at this time. Geometry Compares attributes of three- and four-sided figures Identifies symmetric figures and draws lines of symmetry Measurement Measures line segments to the nearest inch and centimeter Data Analysis and ProbabilityReads and interprets line plots, identifying least frequent and most frequentFOURTH GRADEThe following goals are expected to be secure by the end of Grade 4. Please note that these are secure goals, but they are not the only concepts to which students will be exposed at this grade level. Students will have a rich curriculum, and their experiences in math will introduce them to many new concepts that will deepen over time.Number & Operation Uses addition and subtraction number stories to solve multi-step word problems Uses multiplication algorithm effectively Uses division algorithm Finds equivalent names for numbers Knows multiplication facts through factors of 10 Knows division facts Understands the relationship between multiplication and division Solves multiplication and division number stories Compares whole numbers to seven digits Estimates sums Identifies the whole for fractions Identifies fractional parts of sets and regions Uses simple fractions to solve addition and subtraction problems Renames fractions as decimals or percents Algebra Skills developing, but no new secure skills are expected at this time. Geometry Draws and measures line segments to nearest inch and centimeter Draws and identifies reflections, slides, and rotations of figures Finds area and perimeter Identifies congruent and similar figures Measurement Uses dollars and cents notation Data Analysis and Probability Identifies maximum and minimum of data