Math Outcomes “I Can” Statements
1. I can show what hundreths are using numbers and pictures.
2. I can read and write numbers up to 100 000.
3. I can read and write number words up to 100 000.
4. I can estimate numbers up to 100 000.
5. I can find and write composite and prime numbers
6. I can write multiples of numbers.
7. I can write the factors for a number.
8. I can compare and order whole numbers.
9. I can show what proper fractions are using numbers and pictures.
10. I can show what equivalent fractions are using pictures and symbols.
11. I can compare and order proper fractions.
12. I can compare and order decimals up to hundredths.
13. I can add and subtract decimals to hundredths using numbers and pictures.
14. I can estimate and calculate 3 numbers times 2 numbers.
15. I can estimate and calculate 3 numbers divided by 1 number.
16. I can multiply and divide decimals using pictures and numbers.
17. I can solve multiple step problems using different types of math operations.
Patterns and Relations
1. I can make charts to record data and identify patterns in it.
2. I can describe what a pattern is and how it grows using words and writing.
3. I can make two and three dimensional patterns using writing and pictures.
4. I can continue a number pattern in problem solving.
5. I can predict patterns and explain why the my prediction is correct.
Shape and Space
1. I can explain the meaning of length, width, height, depth, thickness, perimeter, and
2. I can decide what unit of measurement is correct for an object, distance, weight.
3. I can estimate and measure the perimeter of different shapes.
4. I can estimate and measure the area of different shapes.
5. I can estimate and measure the change in area and perimeter of a rectangle when its
dimensions are changed.
6. I can show the perimeter and area of rectangles using shapes and drawings.
7. I can estimate and measure the volume of containers using cm3.
8. I can order the volume of containers.
9. I can build objects of specific volume in cm3.
10. I can solve problems involving weight using g, kg, and t.
11. I can read a clock to the nearest minute and write time.
12. I can read and write time using a 24 hour clock.
13. I can write the symbols for minute, hour, and date. (min, h, s,)
14. I can make different sized triangles.
15. I can build and draw different geometric objects and shapes.
16. I can identify and name polygons based on the number of sides, angles, and vertices.
17. I can cover shapes with tangram pieces.
18. I can complete the drawing of a 3-D object on grid paper when I am given the front
19. I can experiment and determine how much information I need to draw a 2-D shape.
20. I can slide, rotate, and flip shapes and lines.
21. I can recognize a tessellation using regular and irregular shapes in my environment.
22. I can cover a surface with tessellation shapes.
23. I can make tessellations using polygons.
24. I can explain and demonstrate what a line of symmetry is.
25. I can plot ordered pairs up to 10
26. I can find a point using ordered pairs.
Statistics and Probability
1. I can make up survey questions and predict results.
2. I can tell what a population is.
3. I can tell the difference between a sample population and a total population.
4. I can understand what a graph is trying to show me.
5. I can classify and group data.
6. I can make frequency diagrams, line plots, and broken line graphs.
7. I can tell if data is reasonable, true, and if it makes sense.
8. I can make a good guess as to what the data means.
9. I can list all the possible outcomes of a single experiment.
10. I can define what best/worst, probable/improbable, always/more likely/equally
likely/less likely/never mean.
11. I can demonstrate probability through experiments.
12. I can do a probability experiment to prove they are not affected by who does them.