Grade 1
  • Counts up to 100   
  • Uses place value concepts   
  • Reads and writes the numerals for numbers to 100   
  • Represents fractions using words, numerals, and physical models   
  • Uses ordinal numbers to order objects   
  • Models, represents and explains multiple strategies for addition and subtraction processes up to 10   
  • Incorporates a variety of strategies to solve mathematical problems (including estimation) and explains to others the process used   
  • Identifies, creates, compares, and sorts two-and three-dimensional shapes while using attributes to describe them   
  • Tells time to the hour and half hour on digital and analog timepieces   
  • Estimates and measures length, volume and weight using non-standard and standard units of measure   
  • Sorts and classifies objects by multiple attributes   
  • Creates and extends more complex shaped and number patterns   
  • Describes and models a problem situation using words, objects, and number sentences   
  • Discusses possible outcomes of a math problem or scenario and predicts whether they are likely to occur

Grade 2
  • Counts beyond 100   
  • Uses place value concepts to represent, compare, add, subtract and order whole numbers using physical models, numerals and words   
  • Reads and writes numbers beyond 100   
  • Represents fractions using words, numerals and physical models on a consistent basis and compares equivalent fractions   
  • Models, represents and explains multiplication as repeated addition, rectangular arrays, and skip counting   
  • Models, represents and explains multiple strategies for addition and subtraction processes up to 18   
  • Identifies and determines whether two-dimensional shapes are congruent or similar by copying or using superposition   
  • Tells time to the minute on both analogue and digital timepieces and calculates elapsed time   
  • Sorts objects and explains the classification process   
  • Determines appropriate strategies to solve mathematical problems and communicates the steps involved in the process

Grade 3
  • Constructs and verbalizes a variety of materials and strategies to solve problems   
  • Applies mathematical vocabulary in written and oral explanations   
  • Demonstrates numbers sense and accuracy in computation   
  • Observes patterns using the 100 chart    
  • Grasps multiplication facts through 10    
  • Uses multiplication or division notation to correctly write number sentences

Grade 4
  • Demonstrates fluency in adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing   
  • Analyzes and solves multi-step problems   
  • Uses associative and distributive properties   
  • Identifies and generates equivalent forms of fractions   
  • Represents and interprets data using graphs   
  • Uses models and words to describe patterns and relationships   
  • Writes, solves and verifies solutions to multi-step problems using measurement

Grade 5
  • Compares and orders whole and decimal numbers   
  • Computes long division, addition, subtraction and multiplication of decimals   
  • Identifies fraction, percent and decimal equivalencies   
  • Simplifies and adds fractions   
  • Employs and communicates orally and in writing, various problem solving strategies
An independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school, toddler through grade 12

Lower & Middle Schools, 5000 Clubside Rd, Lyndhurst, OH 44124
Upper School, PO Box 8002 (12465 County Line Rd), Gates Mills, OH 44040
Gries Center, 10823 Magnolia Dr, Cleveland, OH 44106

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