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Given moderate assistance, ________ will double digit addition problems without carrying over using visual supports, single digit subtraction problems using visual supports, and identify coins (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter) using real coins in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given moderate assistance, ________ will double digit addition problems without carrying over using visual supports, single digit subtraction problems using visual supports, and identify coins (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter) using real coins in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

*[Number, Number Sense and Operations Standard Number and Number Systems 4. Count money and make change using coins and paper bills to ten dollars. 10. Explain and use relationships between operations, such as: a. relate addition and subtraction as inverse operations]*

Given minimum assistance, ________ will solve single digit addition problems using visual supports and/or manipulatives in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum assistance, ________ will solve double digit addition problems without carrying over using visual supports and/or manipulatives in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given moderate assistance, ________ will solve single-digit subtraction problems using visual supports and/or manipulatives in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum assistance and using real coins, ________ will identify coins (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter) from a field of three in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

**Provided with a visual/multi-sensory support, _________ will demonstrate fluency using whole numbers within addition and subtraction computations with minimum assistance given 4/5 recorded opportunities**

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*[Math 9: 1.2 Demonstrate fluency in computations using real numbers.]*

Provided with a visual/multi-sensory support, _________ will demonstrate fluency using whole numbers (0-10) within addition computations given 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Provided with a visual/multi-sensory support, _________ will demonstrate fluency using whole numbers (0-10) within subtraction computations given 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Provided with a visual/multi-sensory support, _________ will demonstrate fluency using whole numbers (0-20) within addition computations with minimum assistance given 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Provided with a visual/multi-sensory support, _________ will demonstrate fluency using whole numbers (0-20) within subtraction computations (no regrouping) with minimum assistance given 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Provided with a visual support, such as color coding on addition and subtraction signs, _________ will use a calculator to check his addition and subtraction computations in 4/5 opportunities.

**Given minimum assistance, _____________ will demonstrate understanding of the concepts; more, less, one more than with numbers (1-20) in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

**Given minimum assistance, _____________ will use manipulatives to identify 'more, less, one more than' in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

Given minimum assistance, _____________ will identify 'more, less, one more than' with numbers (1-10) in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given minimum assistance, _____________ will identify 'more, less, one more than' with numbers (1-20) in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

**Given visual supports such as a number line, ________ will increase the basic math skills of counting out correct number of objects needed to 10, determining correct sums to 10, and taking sets apart to find correct difference no greater than 9, while participating in various activities such as stocking or sorting in 4/5 opportunities with 1 minimum visual or gestural cue.**

**Multiplication**

Given minimum assistance, ________ will increase his understanding of operations by calculating the answer of 0-11 times tables and computing the correct answer to story problems (addition, subtraction and multiplication) in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given minimum assistance, ________ will increase his understanding of operations by calculating the answer of 0-11 times tables and computing the correct answer to story problems (addition, subtraction and multiplication) in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given minimum assistance, ________ will understand and verbalize his knowledge of the symbol (x) for multiplication by stating "____ groups of ____", in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given minimum assistance, ________ will use manipulatives to create "___ groups of ____" and calculate the answer in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given minimum assistance, ________ will multiply and calculate the answer of the 0 -1 times tables in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given minimum assistance, ________ will multiply and calculate the answer of the 2-3 times tables in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given minimum assistance, ________ will multiply and calculate the answer of the 4-9 times tables in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given minimum assistance, ________ will multiply and calculate the answer of the 10-11 times tables in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given minimum assistance, ________ will identify the correct operation for the word problem and solve the word problem in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

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*Fractions***Given visual support (e.g., color-coding, highlighting), __________ will demonstrate an understanding of parts of a whole by shading/creating /naming fractions/ interpreting pie graphs and solving word problems containing fractions with minimum assistance (one gestural or verbal prompt) on 80% of 10 trials over 2 months as measured by observation and performance assessments.**