Standards-based assessment and Instruction

# Sample Math Index

• Dandelion Dilemma, Fall
• Riding at the Playground, Fall
• Sweet Sale, Fall
• Calendar 1, Winter
• Calendar 2, Winter
• Dan the Dog, Winter

## Calendar

• Calendar 1, Winter
• Calendar 2, Winter

## Concept of Equal

• Pizza Pieces, Spring

## Counting

• Riding at the Playground, Fall
• Calendar 1, Winter
• Calendar 2, Winter

## Days of the Week

• Flies and Frog, Winter
• Dan the Dog, Winter

## Division

• Time for Math, Winter
• New Kittens, Winter

## Extending Patterns

• Calendar 1, Winter
• Calendar 2, Winter

## Fair Share

• Pete's Pizza, Spring

## Fractions

• Pete's Pizza, Spring
• Pizza Pieces, Spring
• Cake, Cookies, and Pie, Spring

## Geometry

• Concepts Time for Math, Winter

## Metric

• Measurement Dandelion Dilemma, Fall

## Money

• Sweet Sale, Fall

## Multiplication Concepts

• Riding at the Playground, Fall
• Dandelion Dilemma, Fall
• Party Balloons, Spring
• Patty's Party, Spring
• Pizza Celebration, Spring

## Patterns

• Flies and Frog, Winter
• Dan the Dog, Winter
• Blowing Up Balloons, Spring

## Problem Solving

• Blowing Up Balloons, Spring

## Sample Space

• Dandelion Dilemma, Fall

## Shape

• Time for Math, Winter

## Spatial Visualization

• Patty's Party, Spring

## Square

• Patty's Party, Spring

## Strategy of Making an Organized List

• Blowing Up Balloons, Spring

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