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can count to 100

can generate patterns that involve addition, subtraction and multiplication

can identify the missing number within an equation

can identify the properties of parallelograms

can make complex patterns (ABC) and count to __.

can measure mass in grams and liquid capacity in millimetres

can measure time intervals to the nearest minute

can move in response to simple tempos and moods of music.

can name all geometric shapes learned in class.

can relate years to decades

can reproduce and explain simple and more complex patterns

has difficulty counting

has difficulty solving math problems

has shown very strong mathematical problem solving skills

has shown very strong problem solving skills

has trouble counting in order

identifies and creates simple patterns and can order objects by size

is able to add and subtract three-digit numbers

is able to compare two related sets of data

is able to count to one-hundred without help or assistance

is able to identify and classify two dimensional geometric shapes

is able to identify complex shapes

is able to identify simple number patterns

is able to identify simple shapes

is able to interpret graphs using "most/least"

is able to interpret graphs using "most/least"

is able to measure objects using non-standard materials (i.e. paperclips)

is able to measure the volume of a liquid

is able to multiple and divide two digit numbers

is able to predict the frequency of an outcome

is able to represent and order numbers up to 10,000

is able to represent money amounts up to $100

is able to represent money amounts up to $1000

is able to understand the concept of probability

is beginning to investigate the concepts of quantity (ex. more, less)

is beginning to tell time on an analog clock.

is encouraged to practice creating and completing simple patterns at home.

is encouraged to practice math concepts at home

is encouraged to practice math concepts learned in class

is learning how to count by two's, five's and ten's

is showing a great interest in math

is unable yet to complete a simple pattern.

relates addition to combining two groups

understand how fractions relate to decimals (ie: 1/2 is equivalent to 0.5)

understands and is able to determine elapsed time

understands basic addition and subtraction

understands basic angles, such as a right angle and a 45 degree angle

understands basic shapes

understands decimal places, up to the place value of tenths

understands money

understands the concept of decades and centuries

uses non-standard measurement devices appropriately to find the length of objects

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