# Saxon Math-1 _3e_ REVERSE Correlation to AZ 2008 Math Standard REVISED

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Lesson 1               What is Math and What Mathematicians Do
Lesson 2   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
Lesson 3   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
Lesson 4   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
4   S1 C1 PO2   Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
Lesson 5   S2 C1 PO1   Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
Lesson 6   S4 C1 PO1   Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
Lesson 7   S2 C1 PO1   Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
7   S2 C1 PO2   Ask and answer questions by interpreting simple displays of data, including tally charts or pictographs.
Lesson 8   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
Lesson 9   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
9   S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
9   S3 C3 PO2   Compare expressions using spoken words and the symbols = and ≠.
9   S4 C4 PO1   Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 10.1   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
10.1   S2 C1 PO1   Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
10.1   S2 C1 PO2   Ask and answer questions by interpreting simple displays of data, including tally charts or pictographs.
Lesson 10.2     S5 C2     Logic, Reasoning, Problem Solving, Proof
Lesson 11   S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
11    S1 C1 PO5   Recognize and compare ordinal numbers, first through tenth.
11      S5 C2     Logic, Reasoning, Problems Solving, Proof
Lesson 12   S1 C1 PO5   Recognize and compare ordinal numbers, first through tenth.
12    S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
Lesson A4913   S4 C1 PO1   Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
13    S4 C1 PO2   Compare/sort basic 2-dimensional figures using attributes and explain the reasoning for the sort.
13    S4 C4 PO1   Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 14   S4 C1 PO1   Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
Lesson 15.1   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
15.1   S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
15.1   S1 C2 PO4   Create word problems based on addition and subtraction facts.

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15.1   S3 C3 PO3   Represent a word problem requiring addition or subtraction facts using an equation.
Lesson 15.2   S4 C1 PO2   Compare/sort basic 2-dimensional figures using attributes and explain the reasoning for the sort.
15.2   S4 C4 PO1   Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 16   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
16    S1 C1 PO2   Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
Lesson 17   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
17    S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
17    S3 C3 PO2   Compare expressions using spoken words and the symbols = and ≠.
Lesson 18   S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 19   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
19    S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
19    S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
19    S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
19    S1 C2 PO4   Create word problems based on addition and subtraction facts.
19    S2 C1 PO1   Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
19    S2 C1 PO2   Ask and answer questions by interpreting simple displays of data, including tally charts or pictographs.
19    S3 C3 PO2   Compare expressions using spoken words and the symbols = and ≠.
Lesson 20.1   S1 C1 PO2   Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
20.1   S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
Lesson 20.2   S2 C3 PO1   Use Venn diagrams to sort, classify, and count objects and justify the sorting rule.
Lesson A7621   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
21    S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
21    S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
21    S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
21    S1 C2 PO4   Create word problems based on addition and subtraction facts.
21    S1 C2 PO5   Apply identity property to solve addition/subtraction problems & commutative property of addition.
21    S3 C3 PO1   Record equivalent forms of whole numbers to 100 by constructing models and using numbers.
21    S3 C3 PO3   Represent a word problem requiring addition or subtraction facts using an equation.
Lesson 22   S1 C1 PO5   Recognize and compare ordinal numbers, first through tenth.
Lesson 23   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.

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23   S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
23   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 24   S4 C1 PO1   Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.

Lesson 25.1   S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
25.1   S1 C2 PO4   Create word problems based on addition and subtraction facts.
25.1   S3 C3 PO3   Represent a word problem requiring addition or subtraction facts using an equation.
Lesson 25.2   S4 C1 PO1   Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
25.2   S4 C1 PO2   Compare/sort basic 2-dimensional figures using attributes and explain the reasoning for the sort.
Lesson 26   S3 C1 PO1   Recognize, describe, extend, create, and record repeating patterns.
Lesson 27   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
27   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
27   S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
27   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson A10028   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
28   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 29   S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
29   S4 C4 PO1   Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 30.1   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
30.1   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 30.2   S3 C1 PO1   Recognize, describe, extend, create, and record repeating patterns.
Lesson 31   S4 C1 PO1   Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
31   S4 C1 PO2   Compare/sort basic 2-dimensional figures using attributes and explain the reasoning for the sort.
Lesson 32   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
32   S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
32   S1 C1 PO5   Recognize and compare ordinal numbers, first through tenth.
32   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
32   S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
32   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
32   S3 C3 PO2   Compare expressions using spoken words and the symbols = and ≠.

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Lesson 33   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
33    S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
33    S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
33    S3 C3 PO3   Represent a word problem requiring addition or subtraction facts using an equation.
Lesson 34   S1 C1 PO2   Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
34    S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
34    S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
34    S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 35.1                Morning, Afternoon, Evening, Night
esson A12535.2   S4 C4 PO1   Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 36   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
36    S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
36    S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
36    S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
36    S1 C2 PO5   Apply identity property to solve addition/subtraction problems & commutative property of addition.
Lesson 37   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
37    S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
37    S1 C2 PO4   Create word problems based on addition and subtraction facts.
Lesson 38   S2 C1 PO1   Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
38    S2 C1 PO2   Ask and answer questions by interpreting simple displays of data, including tally charts or pictographs.
Lesson 39   S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
39    S4 C4 PO1   Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 40.1   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
40.1   S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
40.1   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
40.1   S3 C3 PO3   Represent a word problem requiring addition or subtraction facts using an equation.
40.1   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
40.1   S2 C1 PO1   Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
40.1   S2 C1 PO2   Ask and answer questions by interpreting simple displays of data, including tally charts or pictographs.
Lesson 40.2    S5 C2      Logic, Reasoning, Problem Solving, Proof

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Lesson 41   S1 C2 PO1    Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
41   S1 C2 PO2    Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
41   S1 C2 PO3    Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
41   S1 C2 PO5    Apply identity property to solve addition/subtraction problems & commutative property of addition.
Lesson 42   S4 C1 PO3    Describe the results of composing and decomposing 2-dimensional figures.
Lesson A15143   S1 C1 PO1    Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
43   S1 C1 PO2    Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
43   S1 C1 PO3    Identify numbers which are 10 more or less than a given number to 90.
Lesson 44   S1 C1 PO1    Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
44   S1 C2 PO1    Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
44   S1 C2 PO2    Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
44   S1 C2 PO3    Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 45.1   S1 C2 PO1    Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
45.1   S1 C2 PO3    Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 45.2   S4 C1 PO2    Compare and sort basic 2-dimensional figures using attributes and explain the reasoning for the sorting.
Lesson 46   S1 C3 PO1    Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 47   S1 C1 PO1    Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
47   S1 C1 PO2    Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
Lesson 48 M2 S4 C4 PO1 Tell time to the nearest minute using analog and digital clocks.
Lesson 49   S1 C2 PO2    Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
49   S1 C2 PO3    Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 50.1   S1 C3 PO1    Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
50.1   S2 C1 PO1    Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
50.1   S2 C1 PO2    Ask and answer questions by interpreting simple displays of data, including tally charts or pictographs.
50.1   S4 C4 PO1    Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 50.2     S5 C2      Logic, Reasoning, Problems Solving, Proof
Lesson 51   S1 C1 PO2    Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
Lesson 52   S1 C1 PO1    Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
52   S1 C3 PO1    Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
52   S3 C1 PO2    Recognize, describe, extend, create, and record growing patterns.

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Lesson A17653    S1 C1 PO1     Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
53    S1 C1 PO4     Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
Lesson 54 M2 S4 C2 PO1 Identify, with justification, whether a 2-dimensional figure has lines of symmetry.
Lesson 55.1 M2 S4 C2 PO1 Identify, with justification, whether a 2-dimensional figure has lines of symmetry.
Lesson 55.2    S1 C1 PO4     Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
Lesson 56    S3 C1 PO2     Recognize, describe, extend, create, and record growing patterns.
Lesson 57 M2 S4 C4 PO1 Tell time to the nearest minute using analog and digital clocks.
Lesson 58    S1 C1 PO2     Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
58    S1 C2 PO1     Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
58    S1 C2 PO2     Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
58    S1 C2 PO3     Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
58    S3 C1 PO2     Recognize, describe, extend, create, and record growing patterns.
Lesson 59    S1 C2 PO1     Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
59    S1 C2 PO2     Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
59    S3 C1 PO2     Recognize, describe, extend, create, and record growing patterns.
60    S4 C1 PO1     Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
60    S4 C1 PO2     Compare/sort basic 2-dimensional figures using attributes and explain the reasoning for the sort.
60.1    S2 C1 PO1     Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
60.2    S3 C1 PO1     Recognize, describe, extend, create, and record repeating patterns.
Lesson 61    S1 C2 PO3     Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 62    S1 C3 PO1     Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
62    S4 C4 PO1     Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 63    S1 C1 PO1     Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
Lesson 64    S1 C3 PO1     Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 65.1    S2 C1 PO1     Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
65.1    S2 C1 PO2     Ask and answer questions by interpreting simple displays of data, including tally charts or pictographs.
Lesson 65.2    S1 C1 PO1     Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
65.2    S1 C1 PO5     Recognize and compare ordinal numbers, first through tenth.
Lesson 66    S1 C1 PO1     Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
66    S1 C1 PO4     Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.

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Lesson 67   S4 C1 PO1   Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
67    S4 C1 PO2   Compare/sort basic 2-dimensional figures using attributes and explain the reasoning for the sort.
Lesson 68   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
68    S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
68    S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
68    S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 69   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
69    S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
esson A21470.1   S1 C1 PO2   Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
70.1   S2 C1 PO1   Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
70.1   S2 C1 PO2   Ask and answer questions by interpreting simple displays of data, including tally charts or pictographs.
Lesson 70.2     S5 C2     Logic, Reasoning, Problems Solving, Proof
Lesson 71   S4 C1 PO1   Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
71    S4 C1 PO2   Compare/sort basic 2-dimensional figures using attributes and explain the reasoning for the sort.
71    S4 C4 PO2   Measure and compare the length of objects using the benchmark of one inch.
Lesson 72   S2 C1 PO1   Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
72    S2 C1 PO2   Ask and answer questions by interpreting simple displays of data, including tally charts or pictographs.
Lesson 73   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
73    S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
73    S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
Lesson 74   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
74    S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
74    S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
Lesson 75.1   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
75.1   S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
75.1   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
75.1   S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using representations that connect to place value concepts.
Lesson 75.2   S4 C1 PO1   Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
75.2   S4 C1 PO3   Describe the results of composing and decomposing 2-dimensional figures.
75.2   S4 C4 PO1   Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.

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Lesson 76   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
76   S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
76   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
76   S1 C2 PO5   Apply identity property to solve addition/subtraction problems & commutative property of addition.
76   S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson A24177   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
77   S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
77   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
77   S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 78   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
78   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
78   S1 C2 PO5   Apply identity property to solve addition/subtraction problems & commutative property of addition.
78   S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 79   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
79   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
79   S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 80.1   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 80.2     S5 C2     Logic, Reasoning, Problems Solving, Proof
Lesson 81   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
81   S1 C2 PO4   Create word problems based on addition and subtraction facts.
Lesson 82   S2 C1 PO2   Ask and answer questions by interpreting simple displays of data, including tally charts or pictographs.
Lesson 83   S4 C1 PO1   Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
Lesson 84   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
84   S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.

Lesson 85.1   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
85.1   S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
85.1   S3 C3 PO1   Record equivalent forms of whole numbers to 100 by constructing models and using numbers.
85.1   S3 C3 PO2   Compare expressions using spoken words and the symbols = and ≠.
Lesson 85.2   S1 C1 PO2   Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.

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85.2   S1 C1 PO4     Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
Lesson A26786   S1 C1 PO1     Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
86   S1 C1 PO4     Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
86   S1 C2 PO1     Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
86   S1 C2 PO4     Create word problems based on addition and subtraction facts.
Lesson 87 M2 S4 C4 PO1 Tell time to the nearest minute using analog and digital clocks.
Lesson 88 M3 S1 C1 PO5 Express benchmark fractions as fair sharing, parts of a whole, or parts of a set.
Lesson 89   S1 C1 PO2     Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
89   S1 C1 PO3     Identify numbers which are 10 more or less than a given number to 90.
89   S1 C2 PO1     Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
89   S1 C3 PO1     Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
89   S3 C1 PO2     Recognize, describe, extend, create, and record growing patterns.

Lesson 90.1   S1 C1 PO2     Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
90.1   S1 C1 PO3     Identify numbers which are 10 more or less than a given number to 90.
90.1   S1 C3 PO1     Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 90.2   S3 C1 PO2     Recognize, describe, extend, create, and record growing patterns.
90.2     S5 C2       Logic, Reasoning, Problems Solving, Proof
Lesson 91   S1 C1 PO1     Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
91   S1 C1 PO4     Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
91   S1 C2 PO1     Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
Lesson 92   S1 C1 PO1     Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
92   S1 C1 PO2     Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
92   S1 C1 PO4     Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
92   S3 C3 PO2     Compare expressions using spoken words and the symbols = and ≠.
Lesson 93   S1 C1 PO2     Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
Lesson A29294   S1 C1 PO1     Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
94   S1 C2 PO2     Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
94   S1 C2 PO3     Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
94   S1 C2 PO4     Create word problems based on addition and subtraction facts.

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94   S1 C2 PO5   Apply identity property to solve addition/subtraction problems & commutative property of addition.
94   S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
94   S3 C3 PO1   Record equivalent forms of whole numbers to 100 by constructing models and using numbers.
94   S3 C3 PO3   Represent a word problem requiring addition or subtraction facts using an equation.
95   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
95   S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
95   S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
95   S3 C3 PO1   Record equivalent forms of whole numbers to 100 by constructing models and using numbers.
95   S3 C3 PO3   Represent a word problem requiring addition or subtraction facts using an equation.
Lesson 95.1   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
95.1   S1 C2 PO4   Create word problems based on addition and subtraction facts.
Lesson 95.2   S4 C4 PO1   Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 96   S4 C1 PO1   Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
Lesson 97   S4 C4 PO2   Measure and compare the length of objects using the benchmark of one inch.
Lesson 98   S1 C1 PO2   Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
Lesson 99   S1 C1 PO2   Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
100    S1 C1 PO5   Recognize and compare ordinal numbers, first through tenth.
100    S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
100    S4 C4 PO1   Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 100.1   S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
Lesson 100.2   S2 C3 PO1   Use Venn diagrams to sort, classify, and count objects and justify the sorting rule.
esson A317101   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
101    S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
101    S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
101    S1 C2 PO4   Create word problems based on addition and subtraction facts.
Lesson 102   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
102    S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 103   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
Lesson 104   S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
104    S4 C4 PO1   Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.

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104    S4 C4 PO2     Measure and compare the length of objects using the benchmark of one inch.
Lesson 105.1   S1 C2 PO2     Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
105.1   S1 C2 PO3     Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 105.2                  Identify bills and write money with a dollar sign.
Lesson 106    S1 C2 PO1     Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
106    S1 C2 PO3     Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
106    S1 C3 PO1     Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 107 M3 S1 C1 PO5 Express benchmark fractions as fair sharing, parts of a whole, or parts of a set.
Lesson 108    S1 C1 PO4     Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
108    S3 C3 PO2     Compare expressions using spoken words and the symbols = and ≠.
Lesson 109                  Division by sharing.
Lesson 110.1   S1 C3 PO1     Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
110.1   S4 C4 PO1     Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 111    S1 C2 PO2     Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
111    S1 C2 PO3     Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 112    S4 C1 PO1     Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
esson A342113                  Purchase with bills up t0 \$20.
Lesson 114    S1 C1 PO1     Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
114    S1 C2 PO1     Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
114    S1 C2 PO5     Apply identity property to solve addition/subtraction problems & commutative property of addition.
114    S3 C3 PO1     Record equivalent forms of whole numbers to 100 by constructing models and using numbers.
115    S1 C2 PO2     Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
Lesson 115.1   S1 C2 PO3     Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 115.2   S1 C3 PO1     Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 116    S1 C1 PO5     Count money to \$1.00.
Lesson 117 M3 S1 C1 PO5 Express benchmark fractions as fair sharing, parts of a whole, or parts of a set.
Lesson 118    S2 C1 PO1     Collect, record, organize, and display data using tally charts or pictographs.
118    S2 C1 PO2     Ask and answer questions by interpreting simple displays of data, including tally charts or pictographs.
Lesson 119    S4 C4 PO2     Measure and compare the length of objects using the benchmark of one inch.
Lesson 120.1 M3 S4 C1 PO3 Identify/describe 3-D figures & their real world relationships: sphere, cube, cone, cylinder, pyramids, rectangular prisms.

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Lesson 120.2      S5 C2      Logic, Reasoning, Problems Solving, Proof
Lesson 121   S1 C2 PO1     Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
121    S1 C2 PO2     Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
121    S1 C2 PO3     Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
121    S1 C3 PO1     Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 122 M3 S1 C1 PO5 Express benchmark fractions as fair sharing, parts of a whole, or parts of a set.
Lesson 123   S1 C2 PO1     Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
123    S1 C2 PO2     Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
123    S3 C1 PO2     Recognize, describe, extend, create, and record growing patterns.
Lesson 124   S4 C1 PO1     Identify and draw 2-dimensional geometric figures based on given attributes regardless of size or orientation.
125    S1 C2 PO2     Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
125    S1 C3 PO1     Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 125.1   S1 C2 PO3     Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 125.2   S1 C2 PO3     Develop/use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson 126 M3 S4 C1 PO3 Identify/describe 3-D figures & their real world relationships: sphere, cube, cone, cylinder, pyramids, rectangular prisms.
Lesson 127   S1 C1 PO1     Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
127    S1 C1 PO4     Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
127    S1 C2 PO1     Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
Lesson 128   S4 C4 PO1     Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 129   S1 C2 PO1     Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
129    S1 C2 PO2     Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
129    S1 C2 PO3     Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
129    S1 C3 PO1     Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 130.1                 Certain, likely, unlikely
Lesson 130.2   S2 C3 PO1     Use Venn diagrams to sort, classify, and count objects and justify the sorting rule.
Lesson 131   S1 C1 PO1     Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
131    S1 C1 PO2     Count forward to 100 and backward from 100 by 1s & 10s from different starting points, and forward to 100 by 2s & 5s.
131    S1 C1 PO4     Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
131    S3 C3 PO1     Record equivalent forms of whole numbers to 100 by constructing models and using numbers.
Lesson 132   S1 C2 PO2     Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.

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132    S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
esson A387133   S1 C1 PO1   Express whole numbers 0 to 100, in groups of tens and ones using and connecting multiple representations.
133    S1 C1 PO4   Compare and order whole numbers through 100 by applying the concepts of place value.
Lesson 134   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.
134    S1 C2 PO2   Add/subtract numbers that total less than 100 using various representations that connect to place value concepts.
134    S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
134    S1 C3 PO1   Use estimation to determine if sums are more or less than 5, more or less than 10, or more or less than 20.
Lesson 135.1   S4 C4 PO1   Compare and order objects according to length, capacity, and weight.
Lesson 135.2   S1 C2 PO3   Develop and use multiple strategies for addition facts to 10+10 and their related subtraction facts.
Lesson A   S1 C2 PO1   Solve contextual problems using multiple representations for addition and subtraction facts.

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