PA7
recognize the meaning of halves when used in context 
2A3
estimate the size of numbers to the nearest multiple of 10 
3A1
compare and order whole numbers to the thousands 
PB1
count the results when small groups are combined 
2A4
identify simple fractions using models 
3A2
estimate the size of numbers to the nearest ten or hundred 
PB2
count the results when small groups are seperated 
2B1
recognize that multiplication can be used to determine the
total amount in groups of equal size 
3A3
use simple fractions to describe situations 
PB3
determine
how many more one group has than another 
2B7
demonstrate an understanding of basic principles so addition 
3A7
extend the placevalue system to model and record numbers involving
tenths 
PC1
copy and extend patterns including those involving number shape, size
and colour 
2B8
add 3 singledigit numbers

3A8
order and compare decimals to tenths 
PE1
develop spatial sense, including positioninspace and the language
associated with it 
2B9
model and perform the addition of two 2digit numbers, with and without
regrouping 
3B1
recognize several
meanings for multiplications 
PE2
develop spatial sense, including eyemotor
coordination 
2E1
develop aspects of spatial sense, including perceptual
constancy,
perception of spatial relationships, and visual discrimination 
3B6
add and subtract with and without regrouping (up to and including
threedigit numbers) 
PE5
recognize, name, describe, and compare 3D shapes (including
sphere, cylinder, cone, and cube) and 2D shapes (including square,
triangle, circle, and rectangle) 
2E4
recognize, name, and represent parallel lines and right angles 
3B7
recognize principles of multiplication and division. 
PF1
collect and organize data about issues of personal interest 
2E8
recognize surfaces and faces of 3D shapes 
3B9
continue to estimate in addition and subtraction situations 
PF2
form and interpret "people" graphs 
2E10
subdivide and change 2D figures 
3C4
record a repeated addition pattern using multiplicative notation 
PF3
interpret and create real and picture graphs 
2F2
create and interpret pictographs and symbolic bar graphs 
3C5
recognize the meaning of open sentences of the forms 
1A2
create equivalent sets and sets that differ by small amounts


3E8
predict the results of combining triangles and/or quadrilaterals

1A4
sort sets based on number


3F1
select appropriate strategies for collecting,
recording, organizing,
and describing relevant data

1A8
demonstrate an understanding of simple fractional parts 

3F2
interpret and create pictographs in which each symbol
represents more than one item 
1B1
recognize that addition is used to represent the joining of two groups


3F3
create bar graphs using simple scales

1B4
recognize that subtraction can be used to solve missing
addend problems 

3F4
implement plans with respect to the collection of data 
1B5
recognize how to use addition or subtraction to solve
comparison problems 

4A4
compare and order whole numbers 
1B6
move freely among representing an addition or subtraction
situation with a picture, a model, or a number sentence 

4A5
compare and order fractions 
1E1
develop aspects of spatial sense, including visual memory 

4A6
rename fractions with and without the use of models 
1E2
develop aspects of spatial sense, including figure ground perception


4A7
compare and order decimals with and without models 
1E4
recognize and represent angles 

4B1
add and subtract decimals involving tenths and hundredths,
and whole numbers to five digits 
1E6
describe
attributes of and sort and compare 2D and 3D shapes 

4B2
demonstrate an understanding of multiplication
meanings and applications 
1E7
recognize 2D figures in 3D shapes 

4B13
estimate sums and differences of whole numbers and decimals 
1F1
collect and organize data 

4B15
mentally solve appropriate addition and subtraction computations 
1F2
interpret and create concrete and picture graphs 

4B16
mentally multiply 2digit numbers by 10 or 100 
1F3
interpret and create pictographs and symbolic graphs 

4E1
draw various nets for rectangular prisms and cubes

1F4
pose oral questions in relation to conducting surveys and/or
interpreting data 

4E2
construct models for various cylinders, cones, prisms, and
pyramids 


4E3
construct
shapes given isometric
drawings 


4E4
explore relationships among 3D shapes 


4F1
recognize and use a variety of methods for the collection and
organization of data 


4F3
read and interpret bar graphs, line graphs, pictographs and
stemandleaf plots 


4F4
display position, using ordered pairs on a grid 


4F5
construct bar graphs, pictographs and stemandleaf plots 


4F6
interpolate data from a display 