**MATH**

**Unit 4: Going to great lengths (Measurement)**

__Expectations & Key Concepts Students will be assessed on:__- Use words and symbols (e.g., <, >, =) to show
**comparisons**of quantities (e.g., lengths). - Use and apply
**place value**concepts and comparative language to compare and order lengths (e.g., shorter, longer, shortest, longest). - Solve
**word problems**(e.g., compare) involving length. - Recognize that the measure of a length is dependent on the size of the unit of measure(e.g., a pencil is 6 inches or 15 centimeters).
**Estimate**length using nonstandard (palms, footprints) and standard (centimeters, meters, inches, feet, yards) units.**Measure**length using nonstandard (palms, footprints) and standard (centimeters, meters, inches, feet, yards) units.**Select**and use appropriate**measuring units**(e.g., centimeters, meters, yards, inches, feet).**Make**a table, bar graph, and line plot to find information about a data set.**Read**a table, bar graph, and line plot to find information about a data set.**Use**a table, bar graph, and line plot to solve problems about a data set.**Determine**the**unknown number**in an addition or subtraction sentence relating three whole numbers for the facts in Group E.