**English Language Arts Standards***Ask and answer questions citing evidence from text.

*Recount fiction and non-fiction using text details.

*Use information from text features/structure to explain how ideas connect.

*Distinguish one's point of view from that of the author.

*Compare and contrast themes, setting and plots across texts.

*Compare and contrast key details presented in two texts.

*Read grade-level text with purpose and understanding.

*Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis skills.

*Identify and know the meaning of words with prefixes and suffixes.

*Read and write high frequency words.

*Compose writing pieces using appropriate writing style for task and purpose.

*Produce well organized multi-paragraph pieces.

*Use accurate standard English grammar when writing and speaking.

*Use accurate conventions. (Capitalization and punctuation)

*Use accurate spelling in written pieces.

*Determine the meaning of words using a variety of strategies and resources.

__Mathematics Standards:__

*Interpret products and quotients as equal groups or equal shares.

*Solve problems using the four operations of mathematics.

*Fluently multiply and divided within 100.

*Identify and explain arithmetic patterns.

*Round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.

*Fluently add and subtract within 1,000.

*Multiply one digit whole numbers by multiples of 10.

*Understand fractions as a whole.

*Represent fractions on a number line.

*Explain the equivalence of fractions.

*Tell and write time the nearest minute using analog clocks.

*Measure and estimate liquid volumes and masses of objects using the metric system.

*Represent and interpret data in picture, bar graphs and line plots.

*Measure lengths using halves and fourths of an inch.

*Find the are of figures by tiling.

*Solve problems involving perimeter of polygons.

*Understand that shapes in different categories may share attributes.

*Partition shapes into equal areas and express as a fractional part of a whole.

__Work Habits:__

*Show respect for adults, peers and property.

*Follow school rules.

*Accept responsibility.

*Adhere to classroom routines.