**MATH**

**Unit 5: Putting Numbers in their place**

**Unit 6: Place value**

__Expectations & Key Concepts Students will be assessed on:__- Represent quantities (to the hundreds) using connecting cubes, words, and symbols.
- Compose and decompose numbers using ones, tens, and hundreds.
- Show different partitions of numbers using connecting cubes, number lines, and number sentences (e.g., 154 = 100 + 50 + 4).
- Estimate a quantity using 10 and 100 as benchmarks.
- Read and write numbers (to the hundreds).
- Make connections between place value concepts and representations of numbers with counters, number lines, number sentences, and symbols.
- Recognize that different partitions of a number have the same total (e.g., 50 + 4 = 40 + 14).
- Read and write time to the nearest hour and half hour using analog and digital clocks.
- Represent two-digit and three-digit numbers using base-ten pieces, number lines, and symbols.
- Compose and decompose numbers using ones, tens, and hundreds.
- Show and recognize different partitions of numbers using different representations (base-ten pieces, number lines, number sentences).
- Estimate a quantity using 10 and 100 as benchmarks.
- Use words and symbols (e.g., <, >, =) to show comparisons of quantities.
- Compare and order three-digit numbers using base-ten pieces and a number line.