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1 Kindergarten Math I can statements Student name:. Number sense Date Got it Nearly I can count by 1s starting anywhere from 1 to 10 and from 10 to 1, forwards and backwards. I can look at a group of 1 to 5 objects or dots and name how many are in the group. I can match any numeral from 1 to 10 with what it means. I can use pictures and words to show what a number means. I can compare numbers from 1 to 10. Patterns and Relations Date Got it Nearly I know what a repeating pattern is. I can look at a pattern and know that it is repeating pattern. I can make my own repeating pattern. I can take a repeating pattern and add more to it. I can make patterns with objects, sounds, and actions. Shape and Space Date Got it Nearly I can look at two objects and see how they are the same or different in how long they are. I can look at two objects and see how they are the same or different in how heavy or light they are. I can look at two objects and see how they are the same or different in how much they can hold. I can pick out objects based on colour, size, shape, corners, movement, and if it can be used with another object to make the same shape. I can make a 3-D shape. I can say how an object is 3-D (e.g. big, little, round, like a box, like a can).

2 Grade 1 Math I can statements Student name:. Number sense Date Got it Nearly I can count by 1s starting anywhere from 1 to 100 and from 100 to 1, forwards and backwards. I can skip count forward by 2s from 0 to 20. I can skip count forward by 5s and 10s from 0 to 100. I can look at a group of 1 to 10 objects or dots and name how many are in the group. I can count up to a certain number and know that the last number means how many. I can count objects and know that is only one count. I can count up to a certain number and know how to count on from that number. I can count using parts of a group of objects or equal groups to count sets. I can use pictures and words to show what any number from 0 to 20 means. I can compare sets of objects from 0 to 20 to solve a problem using referents (known quantity). I can estimate an amount of objects from 0 to 20 by using referents (known quantity). I can use pictures and words to show how a number can be grouped equally with and without singles. I can pick out a number from 0 to 20 that is one more, two more, one less, or two less than a given number. I can do my addition and subtraction facts for numbers with answers up to 20, using pictures, words, numbers, and objects. I can use the correct Math words to explain when I am adding and subtracting. I can make up addition and subtraction word problems. I can use words, pictures, and numbers to show how to solve a word problem. I can explain how to count on. I can explain how to count backwards. I can explain how to make 10. I can explain how to double a number. I can explain and do my addition and subtraction Math facts up to 18. Patterns and Relations Date Got it Nearly I know what a repeating pattern of two to four objects is. I can look at a pattern and know that it is repeating pattern. I can make my own repeating pattern. I can take a repeating pattern and add more to it. N6

3 I can make patterns with objects, sounds, diagrams, or actions. I can use a repeating pattern and make the same one using different objects, sounds, diagrams, or actions. I can use pictures or words to explain how sets of objects from 0 to 20 can be equal or unequal. I can use the equal symbol to show if two numbers or amounts are the same. Shape and Space Date Got it Nearly I can look at two objects and see how they are the same or different in how long they are. I can look at two objects and see how they are the same or different in how heavy or light they are. I can look at two objects and see how they are the same or different in how much they can hold. I can order objects according to length (height), weight (mass), and volume (capacity). I can compare objects according to length (height), weight (mass), and volume (capacity), using words. I can compare objects by filling. I can compare objects by covering or matching. I can group 3-D and 2-D objects based on colour, size, shape, corners, movement, and if it can be used with another object to make the same shape. I can explain the sorting rule for 3-D and 2-D objects. I can make a 2-D and 3-D shape, using a given model. I can look around my world and show how 2-D objects are like 3-D objects (e.g. big, little, round, like a box, like a can). PR3 PR4

4 Grade 2 Math I can statements Student name:. Number sense Date Got it Nearly I can count by 2s forward and backward. I can count by 5s forward and backward. I can count by 10s forward and backward. I can count by 10s, starting at any number from 1 to 9. I can identify and correct errors in a given skip counting pattern. I can count a sum of money with pennies, nickels or dimes (to 100 ). I can count using groups of 2s, 5s or 10s and counting on. I can use manipulatives or pictures to tell if a given number is even or odd. I can find even and odd numbers on a number line and in a hundred chart. I can sort a set of numbers into even and odd. I can tell which place an object is in using ordinal numbers up to tenth. I can compare the ordinal place of an object in two different sequences. I can order a set of numbers forward and backwards. I can find missing numbers in a hundred chart or a sequence. I can find errors in an ordered sequence and hundred chart. I can show a number using ten frames and base ten materials. I can show a number using coins (pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters). I can show a number using tallies. I can show a number pictorially. I can show a number using number sentences (24 + 6, , 40 10). I can read a number (0 100) that is written in numbers or words. I can record a number (0 20) in words. I can estimate an amount by comparing it to a referent (known quantity). I can estimate the number of groups of ten in an amount using 10 as a referent. I can choose between two possible estimates for a quantity and explain my choice. I can show and tell about the meaning of each digit in a two digit number using counters. I can count the number of objects in a given set using groups of 10s and 1s, and record the result as a 2-digit numeral under the headings of 10s and 1s. I can describe a 2-digit numeral in at least two ways(24 is 2 N6 N6 N6

6 I can solve a problem using increasing patterns. I can tell about increasing patterns in the environment. I can find and tell about missing parts in a concrete, pictorial or symbolic increasing pattern. I can tell if two groups of the same object are equal by using a balance scale. I can make, draw and tell about two unequal sets of the same object. I can show how to make two equal sets unequal. I can choose the unequal set in a group of sets of objects. I can find whether two sides of a number sentence are equal (=) or not equal ( ). I can model and record things that are equal and not equal using manipulatives. Shape and Space Date Got it Nearly I can tell that are seven days in a week and twelve months in a year. I can name yesterday s/tomorrow s date. I can name the month that comes before and after a given month. I can name and order the months of the year. I can solve a problem involving time which is limited to the number of days in a week and the number of months in a year. I can choose an item to help me measure the length of an object and tell why it is a good choice. I can choose an item to help me measure the mass of an object and tell why it is a good choice. I can estimate the number of items needed for a measuring an object. I can explain why the number of units of a measurement will depend on what is used to measure. I can explain why overlapping or leaving gaps does not result in accurate measures. I can estimate and measure something using an object many times to help me find the measurement. I can estimate and measure, using an object, a length that is not a straight line. I can measure an object, change the orientation, remeasure and explain the results. I can tell about the differences between two pre-sorted sets and explain the sorting rule. I can tell about two common attributes of items within a sorted group. I can sort a set of 2-D shapes according to two attributes and explain the sorting rule. I can sort a set of 3-D objects according to two attributes and explain the sorting rule. I can sort a set of 3-D objects and explain the sorting rule. I can tell about common attributes of cubes, spheres, cones, cylinders and pyramids. PR3 PR3 PR3 PR3 PR4 PR4

8 Grade 3 Math I can statements Student name:. Number sense Date Got it Nearly I can count by 1s starting anywhere from 0 to 1000 and from 1000 to 0, forwards and backwards. I can skip count forwards and backwards by 5s, 10s, or 100s from any starting point. I can skip count forwards and backwards by 3s, using starting points that are multiples of 3 (e.g. 6, 9, 12 ). I can skip count forwards and backwards by 4s, using starting points that are multiples of 4 (e.g. 8, 12, 16 ). I can skip count forwards and backwards by 25s, using starting points that are multiples of 25 (e.g. 50, 75, 100 ). I can show and explain numbers from 0 to 1000 using words, pictures, and numbers. I can compare numbers from 0 to I can order numbers from 0 to I can estimate an amount of objects from 0 to 1000 by using referents (known quantity). I can use words and pictures to explain the place value of numbers from 0 to I can add 2-digit numbers. I can explain how to add 2-digit numbers. I can subtract 2-digit numbers. I can explain how to subtract 2-digit numbers. I can estimate a sum to solve an addition word problem. I can estimate a difference to solve a subtraction word problem. I can do my addition and subtraction facts for numbers with answers up to 1000, using pictures, words, numbers, and objects. I can explain how to double a number. I can explain how to make 10. I can explain that the order of the numbers in an addition or subtraction question doesn t matter. I can explain the rule when adding and subtracting with 0. I can show how addition and subtraction Math facts (from 0 to 18) are related and use them to solve word problems (e.g. 13 7, think 7 +? = 13). I can multiply to 5 x 5. I can use multiplication facts to 5 x 5 to help me divide. I can explain how a fraction is a part of a whole. I can show how fractions are used in real life (e.g. cutting a pizza into parts). I can compare fractions that have the same denominator. N6 N

9 Patterns and Relations Date Got it Nearly I can explain an increasing pattern. I can extend an increasing pattern. I can compare an increasing pattern. I can make an increasing pattern using numbers from 0 to I can make an increasing pattern with objects, sounds, diagrams, or actions. I can explain a decreasing pattern. I can extend a decreasing pattern. I can compare a decreasing pattern. I can make a decreasing pattern using numbers from 0 to I can make a decreasing pattern with objects, sounds, diagrams, or actions. I can solve a simple addition question that has an unknown variable. I can solve a simple subtraction question that has an unknown variable. Shape and Space Date Got it Nearly I can explain how time passes using minutes. I can explain how time passes using hours. I can explain how time passes using days. I can explain how time passes using weeks. I can explain how time passes using months. I can explain how time passes using years. I can solve a problem by understanding that are 60 seconds in a minute. I can solve a problem by understanding that are 60 minutes in an hour. I can solve a problem by understanding that each month has a certain number of days. I can measure the length (height) of an object in cm or m by understanding which measurement unit is best. I can explain and show how cm and m are related. I can estimate the length using cm or m. I can measure the length, width, and height of a 3-D object. I can measure the mass of an object in g or kg. I can explain and show how g and kg are related. I can understand the perimeter of a regular shape. I can understand the perimeter of an irregular shape. I can explain 3-D objects by the shape of the faces. I can explain 3-D objects by the number of edges. I can explain 3-D objects by the number of vertices. I can sort regular polygons according to number of sides. I can sort irregular polygons according to number of sides. PR3 PR3

10 Statistics and Probability Date Got it Nearly I can collect and organize data to answer questions by using tally marks. I can collect and organize data to answer questions by using line plots. I can collect and organize data to answer questions by using charts. I can collect and organize data to answer questions by using lists. I can make a bar graph to solve problems. I can label a bar graph to solve problems. I can read a bar graph to solve problems.

11 Grade 4 Math I can statements Student name:. Number sense Date Got it Nearly I can show and explain whole numbers from 0 to using pictures and numbers. I can compare numbers from 0 to I can order numbers from 0 to I can do my addition facts for numbers with answers up to , using pictures, words, numbers, and objects. I can explain what happens when I multiply a number by 0 and 1. I can explain what happens when I divide a number by 1. I can skip count forwards and backwards from a known fact. I can double numbers to help solve mental math problems. I can halve numbers to help solve mental math problems. I can double a number and add one more group to it. I can halve a number and add one more group to it. I can double a number and subtract one more group to it. I can halve a number and subtract one more group to it. I can use the pattern of the 9s times table to solve simple multiplication facts to 9 x 9. I can use the pattern of the 9s times table to solve simple related division facts to 9 x 9. I can multiply a 2-digit or 3-digit number by a 1-digit number to solve problems. I can divide a 2-digit dividend by a 1-digit divisor. I can estimate quotients of simple division problems using my own strategies (with or without materials). I can name and record fractions for the part of a whole. I can name and record fractions for the part of a set. I can compare fractions. I can order fractions that have the same numerator and explain why they are ordered. I can show that two same fractions may not be equal (e.g. half of a large apple does not equal half of a small apple). I can show how fractions are used in real life. I can show a fraction using pictures and manipulatives. I can order fractions that have the same denominator and explain why. I can name which benchmark ( 0, ½, 1) that a given fraction is closest to. I can order a given set of fractions on a number line. I can use words, pictures, and numbers to describe and show decimals from the tenths and hundredths. I can explain the meaning of each digit in a given decimal. N6

12 I can show a given decimal using dimes and pennies. I can give a real-life example of where tenths and hundreds are used. I can write an equal decimal in which a given tenth can be shown as hundredths. I can read decimals as fractions. I can change a given fraction to a decimal (tenths and hundredths) I can change a given decimal to a fraction (tenths and hundredths). I can make a picture or use manipulatives to show an equal fraction and decimal. I can add decimals to hundredths I can subtract decimals to hundredths. I can add and subtract decimals up to the hundredths using estimation. I can add and subtract decimals up to the hundredths using mental math Patterns and Relations Date Got it Nearly I can pick out and explain patterns found in tables and charts (including multiplication chart). I can fill in missing parts in a given table or chart. I can pick out errors found in a given table or chart. I can make a pattern found in a table using hands-on materials. I can make a pattern found in a table using hands-on materials to solve problems. I can pick out and explain how numbers are related using charts and diagrams to solve problems. I can solve a given problem using a Carroll diagram. I can identify a sorting rule for a given Venn diagram. I can explain how to solve a given problem as an equation with an unknown symbol. I can figure out one-step equations with an unknown symbol. Shape and Space Date Got it Nearly I can explain how time passes using a digital clock. I can explain how time passes using an analog clock. I can explain how time passes using a 24 hour clock. I can read various calendar dates. I can write calendar dates in various ways. I can measure the area of regular 2-D shapes. I can measure the area of irregular 2-D shapes. I can understand that area is measured using square units. I can understand which square unit is best used for PR3 PR4 PR4 PR4 PR5 PR6

13 different areas. I can estimate area in cm 2 and m 2. I can record area in cm 2 and m 2. I can make different rectangles for a given area (cm 2 and m 2 ). I can understand that different rectangles may have the same area. I can draw and explain rectangular and triangular prisms. I can make rectangular and triangular prisms from their nets. I can give examples of rectangular and triangular prisms found in the environment. I can understand the line of symmetry by picking out symmetrical 2-D shapes. I can understand the line of symmetry by drawing symmetrical 2-D shapes. I can understand the line of symmetry by drawing one or more lines of symmetry in a 2-D shape. I can understand congruency using pictures and words. Statistics and Probability Date Got it Nearly I can understand how to use a symbol to represent a number of items in a graph (many to 1 correspondence). I can use the data from a pictograph that I have drawn and read with many to 1 correspondence. I can use the data from a bar graph that I have drawn and read with many to 1 correspondence.

14 Grade 5 Math I can statements Student name:. Number sense Date Got it Nearly I can show and explain whole numbers from 0 to using pictures and numbers. I can use estimation strategies to solve problems using front-end rounding. I can use estimation strategies to solve problems using regrouping. I can use estimation strategies to solve problems using similar numbers. I can use mental math strategies to skip count from a known fact to solve simple multiplication facts to 81. I can use mental math strategies to skip count from a known fact to solve simple division facts from 81. I can use mental math strategies such as doubling or halving to figure out basic multiplication facts to 81. I can use mental math strategies such as doubling or halving to figure out basic division facts from 81. I can use mental math strategies such as using patterns in the 9s facts to figure out basic multiplication facts to 81. I can use mental math strategies such as using patterns in the 9s facts to figure out basic division facts from 81. I can use mental math strategies for multiplication, such as annexing then adding zero (e.g. 30 x 400 = 3 x 4 or 12 thousands). I can use mental math strategies for multiplication, such as halving and doubling. I can use mental math strategies for multiplication, such as using the distributive properties (e.g. 5 x 43 is the same as 5 x 40 plus 5 x 3). I can understand how to multiply 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers. I can understand how to divide a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number and what the remainder means. I can understand fractions by explaining and drawing equivalent fractions. I can compare fractions with the same denominators using words and pictures. I can compare fractions with different denominators using words and pictures. I can draw and explain decimals with words, pictures, and numbers (tenths, hundredths, and thousandths). I can show how decimals and fractions are related to the thousandths. I can compare decimals to the thousandths using benchmarks, place value, and equivalent decimals. I can order decimals to the thousandths using benchmarks, N6

15 place value, and equivalent decimals. I can understand how to add decimals to the thousandths. I can understand how to subtract decimals to the thousandths. Patterns and Relations Date Got it Nearly I can find the pattern rule to make predictions about the next missing elements (i.e. numbers, symbol, or picture). I can solve one-step equations with whole number coefficients with whole number answers (e.g. 8k = 56). Shape and Space Date Got it Nearly I can draw, build, or show rectangles with a given area or perimeter. I can understand how to measure the length of objects in mm. I can understand how to measure the volume (capacity) by choosing the correct unit (cm 3 or m 3 ). I can estimate the volume (capacity) by choosing the correct unit (cm 3 or m 3 ). I can measure and record the volume (capacity) by choosing the correct unit (cm 3 or m 3 ). I can build a rectangular prism of a chosen volume. I can understand capacity by explaining how ml and L are related. I can choose the best unit to show the capacity of an object. I can estimate the capacity of an object. I can measure and record the capacity of an object. I can explain and give examples of edges and faces of 3-D objects that are parallel. I can explain and give examples of edges and faces of 3-D objects that are perpendicular. I can explain and give examples of edges and faces of 3-D objects that are horizontal. I can explain and give examples of edges and faces of 3-D objects that are vertical. I can explain and give examples of sides of 2-D objects that are parallel. I can explain and give examples of sides of 2-D objects that are perpendicular. I can explain and give examples of sides of 2-D objects that are horizontal. I can explain and give examples of sides of 2-D objects that are vertical. I can pick out quadrilaterals according to their attributes (i.e. sides, angles). I can group quadrilaterals according to their attributes (i.e. sides, angles). I can draw and explain a single translation of a 2-D shape. I can draw and explain a single rotation of a 2-D shape. I can draw and explain a reflection of a 2-D shape. 1 1

16 I can pick out a single translation of 2-D shapes. I can pick out a single rotation of 2-D shapes. I can pick out a single reflection of 2-D shapes. SS8 SS8 SS8 Statistics and Probability Date Got it Nearly I can understand the difference between first and secondhand data. I can draw double bar graphs to display data. I can use the data from a double bar graph to make conclusions. I can use the words impossible, possible or certain to explain the chances that a single outcome would happen. I can use the words less likely, equally likely or more likely to compare the chances that two possible outcomes would happen. SP3 SP4

17 Grade 6 Math I can statements Student name:. Number sense Date Got it Nearly I can show and explain place value for numbers greater than I can show and explain place value for numbers less than one thousandth. I can solve problems for large numbers using technology. I can find multiples of numbers less than 100. I can list factors of numbers less than 100. I can identify prime numbers. I can identify composite numbers. I can use multiples to solve problems. I can match improper fractions to mixed numbers. I can show an understanding of ratio using pictures, words, or symbols. I can show an understanding for percentage of whole numbers using pictures, words, or symbols. I can show an understanding of integers using pictures, words, or symbols. I can show an understanding of multiplication of decimals with 1-digit whole number multipliers. I can show an divide decimals with a 1-digit natural number divisor. I can explain how to use the order of operations for whole numbers with technology. I can explain how to use the order of operations for whole numbers without technology. Patterns and Relations Date Got it Nearly I can use a table of values to solve problems. I can show patterns and relationships using graphs and tables. I can explain patterns and relationships using graphs and tables. I can use equations with letter variables to show relationships between numbers and what they mean. I can show the meaning of preservation of equality (i.e. how each side of the equation is equal) with words, pictures, numbers, and symbols. I can explain the meaning of preservation of equality (i.e. how each side of the equation is equal) with words, pictures, numbers, and symbols. N6 PR3 PR4 PR4

18 Shape and Space Date Got it Nearly I can pick out angles found in the real world. I can group angles according to their size. I can estimate the size of angles using 45, 90, and 180 as reference angles. I can draw an angle when given a degree. I can label the angle of a given degree. I can show that the sum of the inside angles of a triangle equal 180. I can show that the sum of the inside angles of a quadrilateral equal 360. I can make up and use a formula to find the perimeter of a polygon. I can make up and use a formula to find the area of a rectangle. I can make up and use a formula to find the volume of a right rectangular prism. I can draw different kinds of triangles. I can compare different kinds of triangles in different orientations. I can explain the sides and angles of regular polygons. I can compare the sides and angles of regular polygons. I can explain the sides and angles of irregular polygons. I can compare the sides and angles of irregular polygons. I can do a combination of translations on a single 2-D shape with technology. I can do a combination of translations on a single 2-D shape without technology. I can do a combination of rotations on a single 2-D shape with technology. I can do a combination of rotations on a single 2-D shape without technology. I can do a combination of reflections on a single 2-D shape with technology. I can do a combination of reflections on a single 2-D shape without technology. I can do a combination of transformations of 2-D shapes, in a row, to make a design. I can explain a combination of transformations of 2-D shapes, in a row. I can pick out a combination of transformations of 2-D shapes, in a row. I can pick out and graph ordered pairs on the first quadrant of a Cartesian plane. I can do a single transformation of a 2-D shape in the first quadrant of a Cartesian plane. I can explain a single transformation of a 2-D shape in the first quadrant of a Cartesian plane. Statistics and Probability Date Got it Nearly I can draw and label line graphs to show data. SS8 SS9 SS9

19 I can look at line graphs to understand the data. I can choose the best method for collecting data (i.e. questionnaires, experiments, databases, or electronic media). I can graph collected data. I can use the information from a graph to solve problems. I can understand the probability by identifying all possible outcomes of a probability experiment. I can explain the difference between experimental and theoretical probability. I can determine the theoretical probability of outcomes in a probability experiment. I can determine experimental probability of outcomes in a probability experiment. I can compare experimental results with theoretical results in a probability experiment. SP3 SP3 SP4 SP4 SP4 SP4 SP4

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