**Math**

- Add and subtract two- and three-digit numbers with regrouping (i.e. making ones into tens, tens into hundreds)
- Find the answers to simple multiplication problems using repeated addition or counting by multiples
- Understand place value up to four digits

Time and Measurement— - Tell time accurately using an analog (non-digital) clock
- Estimate and measure objects using various units of measurement

Graphing— - Collect, organize, display, and interpret numerical data in diagrams, graphs, charts, and tables

Fractions— - Find fractions (e.g. one-third, one-fourth) of a group of objects

Problem Solving— - Solve time problems (e.g. problems involving minutes or hours)
- Know when to add, subtract, or multiply to solve a problem
- Use a variety of different strategies (e.g. using manipulatives, calculators, drawings, or sketches) to solve a problem
- Demonstrate an understanding of mathematical problems using words, pictures, and symbols

**English**

Reading—

- Read, understand, interpret, and evaluate age-appropriate fiction and non-fiction
- Demonstrate an understanding by answering questions aloud and in written form
- Recognize the topic of a story and the details that support the story’s theme
- Relate new information to things he or she already knows
- Accurately read grade-appropriate material aloud

Writing— - Organize thoughts and information for writing and revising written work
- Stay on topic and include appropriate facts and details
- Write for a variety of purposes and audiences
- Correctly use spelling, grammar, capitalization, and punctuation

Speaking and Listening— - Listen and speak effectively in formal and informal settings Vocabulary, Phonics, and Study Skills—
- Continue to develop vocabulary and fluency in reading
- Use phonics (sounding out) and context clues (understanding other words in a sentence) to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words
- Correctly use reference materials (e.g. dictionary, encyclopedia)