Number and Quantity 
 practice and apply estimation and computation, using whole numbers and decimals
 describe quantities in terms of “parts of a whole” and translate that description into fraction form
 locate and describe positive integers in terms of their position on the number line

Algebra and Functions 
 choose the appropriate method of computation (e.g., calculator, mental, pencil and paper) to solve multistep mathematical problems

Algebra 
 model a variety of realworld and mathematical problems with expressions and/or equations
 use the inverse relationships for the basic operations of addition and subtraction to determine unknown quantities

Functions 
 generate simple numerical or pictorial patterns based on a given rule

Geometry 
 identify line segments in geometric figures and estimate or calculate their lengths
 practice selecting appropriate units of measure (e.g., inches or feet, hours or minutes, centimeters or meters) and converting between units

Statistics and Probability 
 organize, display, and analyze data in a variety of ways
 read and interpret data from different displays (e.g., charts, tables) and use the data in computation (e.g., mean, median, mode, range)
