  • Reciting and printing the alphabet
• Recalling phonetic patterns
• Identifying common “sight words”
• Counting and printing numbers
• Basic number operations and measurements
• Identifying geometric shapes
• Reading stories with repetitive sound and spelling patterns
• Describing characters, settings and events from a story
• Differentiating fiction from nonfiction
• Writing using punctuation, capitalization, singular/plural nouns, and various verb tenses
• Comparing geometric shapes and identifying partitioned shapes
• Comparing measurements
• Identifying and comparing monetary values
• Using digital and analog clocks to tell time
• Counting to 120
• Understanding place values of two-digit numbers
• Adding and subtracting one and two-digit numbers
• Reading to understand cause-effect relationships in a story
• Sequencing the events in a story
• Comparing and contrasting events from different stories
• Using context clues to determine word meanings
• Answering comprehension questions such as who, what, when, where, why, and how
• Adding and subtracting numbers up to 1000, and up to four two-digit numbers in one problem
• Understanding fundamental properties of geometric shapes and partitioned shapes
• Skip-counting by twos, fives, tens, and hundreds
• Using the number line to compare values
• Identifying and adding the value of coins and paper money
• Measuring objects to the nearest inch, foot, and centimeter
• Reading to determine the main idea of a story
• Using root words to pronounce larger words and determine meaning
• Using conjunctions to produce compound sentences
• Multiplying integers 0-12 and dividing integers up to 100
• Determining an unknown factor in a multiplication or division equation
• Understanding common fractions, finding equivalent fractions, and expressing whole numbers as fractions
• Calculating area and perimeter
• Identifying chronological, compare and contrast, cause and effect, and problem and solution text formats
• Recognizing figurative language, such as metaphor, simile, idiom, and personification
• Understanding synonyms and antonyms
• Writing a four-paragraph essay with a clear introduction paragraph, two body paragraphs, and a concluding paragraph
• Writing using varied sentence structure, age-appropriate vocabulary, and self-corrected spelling and grammar
• Identifying types of lines and angles, and drawing lines of symmetry
• Adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers
• Using decimal notation for fractions with denominators of 10 or 100
• Dividing using place value strategies
• Finding factors and multiples of integers
• Using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to solve word problems
• Comparing and contrasting texts based on their theme, events, and ideas
• Quoting text to support an idea
• Deconstructing complex words into their prefixes, root words, and suffixes to determine meaning
• Graphing points on a coordinate plane
• Calculating volume
• Classifying geometric shapes into categories based on their properties
• Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions with different denominators
• Solving multi-step word problems using fractions and integers
• Converting between units of measurement, both standard and metric
• Multiplying by powers of 10
• Reading, writing, comparing, and rounding decimals to the thousandths place
• Solving pre-algebraic expressions for a missing piece of information
• Evaluating arguments and support for claims in a text
• Identifying and interpreting figures of speech
• Using subject, object, and possessive pronouns in their proper form
• Reading, writing, and evaluating algebraic expressions
• Solving one-variable algebraic equators and inequalities
• Interpreting relationships between independent and dependent variables
• Understanding and using ratios, proportions, and percents to solve problems
• Identifying and calculating mean, median, mode and range
• Dividing using multi-digit divisors and fractions
• Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing multi-digit decimals
• Finding the greatest common factor of two integers
• Understanding absolute value
• Reading to determine the author’s point of view and primary purpose
• Distinguishing connotations and denotations of words
• Adding, subtracting, factoring, and expanding linear expressions
• Solving multi-step “real world” word problems using positive and negative whole numbers, fractions and decimals
• Translating word problems into equations and inequalities using variables
• Calculating area, volume, and surface area of two- and three-dimensional figures
• Solving multi-step ratio and percent word problems involving money
• Calculating probability of one or multiple sequential events
• Reading to understand rhetorical structure
• Analyzing literature or informational text to identify the central theme and its subsequent developments
• Using a variety of verb forms to convey active and passive voice, and indicative, imperative, interrogative, conditional, and subjunctive moods
• Describing rotations, reflections, and translations of shapes in a coordinate plane
• Understanding congruence and similarity
• Finding angle measurements
• Solving functions and demonstrating the relationships between inputs and outputs
• Constructing and interpreting scatter plots using a line of best fit, the equation of a line, and the concepts of slope and intercept
• Graphing and solving linear equations and systems of linear equations
• Solving square and cube roots, and approximating value of irrational roots
• Solving expressions using integer exponents
• English
• Composition
• Literature
• Spanish
• Algebra I
• Geometry
• Algebra II
• Trigonometry
• Pre-Calculus
• Calculus
• College Algebra
• Life Science
• Earth Science
• Biology
• Chemistry
• Physics
• ACT
• PSAT
• SAT
• GED