1. Table of ContentsPage
    1. Front MatterV1 F1
      1. Title PageV1 F1
      2. Authors, Consultants, ReviewersV1 F3
      3. Digital ResourcesV1 F4
      4. Family EngagementV1 F5
      5. Avatar IntroductionsV1 F6
      6. Topic TitlesV1 F7
      7. Topic 1 TOCV1 F8
      8. Topic 2 TOCV1 F9
      9. Topic 3 TOCV1 F10
      10. Topic 4 TOCV1 F11
      11. Topic 5 TOCV1 F12
      12. Topic 6 TOCV1 F13
      13. Topic 7 TOCV1 F14
      14. Topic 8 TOCV2 F8
      15. Topic 9 TOCV2 F9
      16. Topic 10 TOCV2 F10
      17. Topic 11 TOCV2 F11
      18. Topic 12 TOCV2 F12
      19. Topic 13 TOCV2 F13
      20. Topic 14 TOCV2 F14
      21. Florida's B.E.S.T. StandardsV1 F15
      22. My Math Thinking and Reasoning HandbookV1 F23
      23. Grade 1 ReadinessV1 R1
    2. Topic 1: Understand Addition and Subtraction1
      1. enVision® STEM Project1
      2. Review What You Know2
      3. Pick a Project3
      4. 3-ACT MATH PREVIEW: Grab a Bite4
      5. Lesson 1-1: Add To5
      6. Lesson 1-2: Put Together9
      7. Lesson 1-3: Both Addends Unknown13
      8. Lesson 1-4: Take From17
      9. Lesson 1-5: Compare Situations21
      10. Lesson 1-6: More Compare Situations25
      11. Let's Investigate!: Bird Watching29
      12. Lesson 1-7: Change Unknown31
      13. Lesson 1-8: Practice Adding and Subtracting35
      14. Lesson 1-9: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Discuss Math Thinking with Others39
      15. Procedural Reliability Review Activity43
      16. Vocabulary Review44
      17. Reteaching45
      18. Assessment Practice49
      19. Performance Task53
    3. Topic 2: Add and Subtract with Facts to 1055
      1. enVision® STEM Project55
      2. Review What You Know56
      3. Pick a Project57
      4. Lesson 2-1: Count On to Add59
      5. Lesson 2-2: Doubles63
      6. Lesson 2-3: Near Doubles67
      7. Lesson 2-4: Facts with 5 on a Ten-Frame71
      8. Lesson 2-5: Add in Any Order75
      9. Lesson 2-6: Count Back to Subtract79
      10. Let's Investigate!: Scaredy Cats Game83
      11. Lesson 2-7: Think Addition to Subtract85
      12. Lesson 2-8: Automaticity Practice: Add and Subtract with Facts to 1089
      13. Lesson 2-9: Solve Real-World Problems with Facts to 1093
      14. Lesson 2-10: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Use Patterns and Structure to Make Connections97
      15. Automaticity Activity101
      16. Vocabulary Review102
      17. Reteaching103
      18. Assessment Practice107
      19. Performance Task111
    4. Topic 3: Add with Facts to 20113
      1. enVision® STEM Project113
      2. Review What You Know114
      3. Pick a Project115
      4. 3-ACT MATH PREVIEW: Go for a Spin116
      5. Lesson 3-1: Count On to Add117
      6. Lesson 3-2: Doubles121
      7. Lesson 3-3: Doubles Plus125
      8. Lesson 3-4: Make 10 to Add129
      9. Let's Investigate!: Big Celebrations133
      10. Lesson 3-5: Continue to Make 10 to Add135
      11. Lesson 3-6: Procedural Reliability Practice: Add with Facts to 20: Choose a Method139
      12. Lesson 3-7: Solve Real-World Problems with Facts to 20143
      13. Lesson 3-8: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Complete Tasks with Mathematical Fluency147
      14. Automaticity Activity151
      15. Vocabulary Review152
      16. Reteaching153
      17. Assessment Practice157
      18. Performance Task161
    5. Topic 4: Subtract with Facts to 20163
      1. enVision® STEM Project163
      2. Review What You Know164
      3. Pick a Project165
      4. Lesson 4-1: Count to Subtract167
      5. Lesson 4-2: Make 10 to Subtract171
      6. Lesson 4-3: Continue to Make 10 to Subtract175
      7. Let's Investigate!: Sneaky Squirrels179
      8. Lesson 4-4: Relate Addition and Subtraction181
      9. Lesson 4-5: Use Addition to Subtract185
      10. Lesson 4-6: Procedural Reliability Practice: Subtract with Facts to 20: Choose a Method189
      11. Lesson 4-7: Solve More Real-World Problems with Facts to 20193
      12. Lesson 4-8: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Complete Tasks with Mathematical Fluency197
      13. Procedural Reliability Activity201
      14. Vocabulary Review202
      15. Reteaching203
      16. Assessment Practice207
      17. Performance Task211
    6. Topic 5: Understand the Meaning of the Equal Sign213
      1. enVision® STEM Project213
      2. Review What You Know214
      3. Pick a Project215
      4. 3-ACT MATH PREVIEW: Weighed Down216
      5. Lesson 5-1: Find the Unknown Numbers217
      6. Lesson 5-2: True or False Equations221
      7. Let's Investigate!: True or False225
      8. Lesson 5-3: Explain Why Equations Are True or False227
      9. Lesson 5-4: Add Three or More Numbers231
      10. Lesson 5-5: Word Problems with Three or More Addends235
      11. Lesson 5-6: Solve Addition and Subtraction Word Problems239
      12. Lesson 5-7: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Represent Problems in Multiple Ways243
      13. Procedural Reliability Activity247
      14. Vocabulary Review248
      15. Reteaching249
      16. Assessment Practice251
      17. Performance Task253
    7. Topic 6: Collect, Represent, and Interpret Data255
      1. enVision® STEM Project255
      2. Review What You Know256
      3. Pick a Project257
      4. Lesson 6-1: Organize Data259
      5. Lesson 6-2: Collect and Represent Data263
      6. Let's Investigate!: Birth Month Data267
      7. Lesson 6-3: Interpret Data269
      8. Lesson 6-4: Continue to Interpret Data273
      9. Lesson 6-5: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Apply Math to Real-World Contexts277
      10. Procedural Reliability Activity281
      11. Vocabulary Review282
      12. Reteaching283
      13. Assessment Practice285
      14. Performance Task287
    8. Topic 7: Extend the Counting Sequence289
      1. enVision® STEM Project289
      2. Review What You Know290
      3. Pick a Project291
      4. 3-ACT MATH PREVIEW: Super Selfie292
      5. Lesson 7-1: Count by 1s to 120293
      6. Lesson 7-2: Count on a Number Chart to 120297
      7. Lesson 7-3: Count Backward by 1s301
      8. Let's Investigate!: Funny Uncle Fred305
      9. Lesson 7-4: Count by 2s307
      10. Lesson 7-5: Count by 5s311
      11. Lesson 7-6: Count and Write Numerals315
      12. Lesson 7-7: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Use Patterns and Structure to Make Connections319
      13. Procedural Reliability Activity323
      14. Vocabulary Review324
      15. Reteaching325
      16. Assessment Practice327
      17. Performance Task329
    9. Topic 8: Understand Place Value331
      1. enVision® STEM Project331
      2. Review What You Know332
      3. Pick a Project333
      4. Lesson 8-1: Make Numbers 11 to 19335
      5. Lesson 8-2: Numbers Made with Tens339
      6. Lesson 8-3: Count with Groups of Tens and Ones343
      7. Lesson 8-4: Tens and Ones347
      8. Let's Investigate!: Robot Names351
      9. Lesson 8-5: Continue with Tens and Ones353
      10. Lesson 8-6: Read and Write 2-Digit Numbers357
      11. Lesson 8-7: Different Ways to Model the Same Number361
      12. Lesson 8-8: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Use Patterns and Structure to Make Connections365
      13. Procedural Reliability Activity369
      14. Vocabulary Review370
      15. Reteaching371
      16. Assessment Practice375
      17. Performance Task379
    10. Topic 9: Plot, Order, and Compare Two-Digit Numbers381
      1. enVision® STEM Project381
      2. Review What You Know382
      3. Pick a Project383
      4. 3-ACT MATH PREVIEW: Digit Flip384
      5. Lesson 9-1: 1 More, 1 Less and 10 More, 10 Less385
      6. Lesson 9-2: Find Numbers on a Hundred Chart389
      7. Lesson 9-3: Compare Numbers393
      8. Let's Investigate!: Which Is Greater?397
      9. Lesson 9-4: Compare Numbers with Symbols (>, <, =)399
      10. Lesson 9-5: Plot Numbers on a Number Line403
      11. Lesson 9-6: Compare and Order Numbers Using a Number Line407
      12. Lesson 9-7: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Participate in Effortful Learning411
      13. Procedural Reliability Activity415
      14. Vocabulary Review416
      15. Reteaching417
      16. Assessment Practice419
      17. Performance Task421
    11. Topic 10: Add and Subtract with Numbers to 100423
      1. enVision® STEM Project423
      2. Review What You Know424
      3. Pick a Project425
      4. Let's Investigate!: Fill the Car427
      5. Lesson 10-1: Add Tens and Ones Using a Hundred Chart429
      6. Lesson 10-2: Make a Ten to Add: Use Models433
      7. Lesson 10-3: Add Tens and Ones Using a Number Line437
      8. Lesson 10-4: Add Using Place Value Models and Drawings441
      9. Lesson 10-5: Subtract Tens and Ones Using a Hundred Chart445
      10. Lesson 10-6: Break Apart Numbers to Subtract: Use Models449
      11. Lesson 10-7: Subtract Tens and Ones: Count Back Using a Number Line453
      12. Lesson 10-8: Subtract Tens and Ones: Count On Using a Number Line457
      13. Lesson 10-9: Subtract Using Place-Value Models and Drawings461
      14. Lesson 10-10: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Assess the Reasonableness of Solutions465
      15. Procedural Reliability Activity469
      16. Vocabulary Review470
      17. Reteaching471
      18. Assessment Practice475
      19. Performance Task479
    12. Topic 11: Compare and Measure Lengths481
      1. enVision® STEM Project481
      2. Review What You Know482
      3. Pick a Project483
      4. 3-ACT MATH PREVIEW: Hat Trick484
      5. Lesson 11-1: Compare and Order by Length485
      6. Lesson 11-2: Indirect Measurement489
      7. Lesson 11-3: Use a Ruler to Measure with Inches493
      8. Let's Investigate!: Estimation I Spy497
      9. Lesson 11-4: Estimate with Inches499
      10. Lesson 11-5: Use a Ruler to Measure with Centimeters503
      11. Lesson 11-6: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Apply Math to Real-World Contexts507
      12. Procedural Reliability Activity511
      13. Vocabulary Review512
      14. Reteaching513
      15. Assessment Practice515
      16. Performance Task517
    13. Topic 12: Time and Money519
      1. enVision® STEM Project519
      2. Review What You Know520
      3. Pick a Project521
      4. Lesson 12-1: Tell the Value of Coins523
      5. Lesson 12-2: Find the Value of a Group of Coins527
      6. Lesson 12-3: Tell the Value of Bills531
      7. Let's Investigate!: Sharing Money535
      8. Lesson 12-4: Find the Value of a Group of Bills537
      9. Lesson 12-5: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Assess the Reasonableness of Solutions541
      10. Lesson 12-6: Understand the Hour and Minute Hands545
      11. Lesson 12-7: Tell and Write Time to the Hour549
      12. Lesson 12-8: Tell and Write Time to the Half Hour553
      13. Procedural Reliability Activity557
      14. Vocabulary Review558
      15. Reteaching559
      16. Assessment Practice563
      17. Performance Task567
    14. Topic 13: Identify and Analyze Two-Dimensional (2-D) and Three-Dimensional (3-D) Figures569
      1. enVision® STEM Project569
      2. Review What You Know570
      3. Pick a Project571
      4. 3-ACT MATH PREVIEW: Drip Dry572
      5. Let's Investigate!: Animal Cards573
      6. Lesson 13-1: Use Attributes to Define Two-Dimensional (2-D) Figures575
      7. Lesson 13-2: Defining and Non-Defining Attributes of 2-D Figures579
      8. Lesson 13-3: Sketch 2-D Figures by Attributes583
      9. Lesson 13-4: Compose 2-D Figures587
      10. Lesson 13-5: Identify 2-D Figures in Real-World Objects591
      11. Lesson 13-6: Sort Geometric Figures595
      12. Lesson 13-7: Use Attributes to Define Three-Dimensional (3-D) Figures599
      13. Lesson 13-8: Defining and Non-Defining Attributes of 3-D Figures603
      14. Lesson 13-9: Compose with 3-D Figures607
      15. Lesson 13-10: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Participate in Effortful Learning611
      16. Procedural Reliability Activity615
      17. Vocabulary Review616
      18. Reteaching617
      19. Assessment Practice621
      20. Performance Task625
    15. Topic 14: Understand Fractions: Partition Shapes into Halves and Fourths627
      1. enVision® STEM Project627
      2. Review What You Know628
      3. Pick a Project629
      4. Lesson 14-1: Make Equal Parts631
      5. Let's Investigate!: Four-Color Flags635
      6. Lesson 14-2: Make Halves and Fourths of Rectangles and Circles637
      7. Lesson 14-3: Understand Halves and Fourths641
      8. Lesson 14-4: Math Thinking and Reasoning: Represent Problems in Multiple Ways645
      9. Procedural Reliability Activity649
      10. Vocabulary Review650
      11. Reteaching651
      12. Assessment Practice653
      13. Performance Task655
    16. End MatterG1
      1. GlossaryG1
  2. Standards Alignment of enVision Florida B.E.S.T. Mathematics ©2023, Grade 1 to Florida’s B.E.S.T Standards (Course 5012030)Page
    1. Algebraic Reasoning
      1. MA.1.AR.1.1: Apply properties of addition to find a sum of three or more whole numbers.  215
        225–226
        231–234
        235–238
        259–262
        263–266
      2. MA.1.AR.1.2: Solve addition and subtraction real-world problems using objects, drawings or equations to represent the problem.3
        4
        5–8
        9–12
        13–16
        17–20
        21–24
        25–28
        29–30
        31–34
        35–38
        39–42
        93–96
        97–100
        143–146
        193–196
        215
        239–242
        277–280
        57–58
        59–62
        116
        121–124
        125–128
        165–166
        216
        235–238
        269–272
        273–276
      3. MA.1.AR.2.1: Restate a subtraction problem as a missing addend problem using the relationship between addition and subtraction.85–88
        4
        31–34
        35–38
        181–184
        185–189
        217–220
      4. MA.1.AR.2.2: Determine and explain if equations involving addition or subtraction are true or false.216
        225–226
        221–224
        227–230
        243–246
      5. MA.1.AR.2.3: Determine the unknown whole number in an addition or subtraction equation, relating three whole numbers, with the unknown in any position. 217–220
        216
        227–230
        239–242
        243–246
    2. Data Analysis and Probability
      1. MA.1.DP.1.1: Collect data into categories and represent the results using tally marks or pictographs. 257–258
        259–262
        263–266
        267–268
        595–598
        591–594
      2. MA.1.DP.1.2: Interpret data represented with tally marks or pictographs by calculating the total number of data points and comparing the totals of different categories.259–262
        263–266
        267–268
        269–272
        273–276
        257–258
        277–280
    3. Fractions
      1. MA.1.FR.1.1: Partition circles and rectangles into two and four equal-sized parts. Name the parts of the whole using appropriate language including halves or fourths.629-630
        631–634
        635–636
        637–640
        641–644
        645–648
        553–556
    4. Geometric Reasoning
      1. MA.1.GR.1.1: Identify, compare and sort two- and three-dimensional figures based on their defining attributes. Figures are limited to circles, semi-circles, triangles, rectangles, squares, trapezoids, hexagons, spheres, cubes, rectangular prisms, cones and cylinders.571
        573–574
        575–578
        579–582
        599–602
        603–606
        611–614
        583–586
        595–598
      2. MA.1.GR.1.2: Sketch two-dimensional figures when given defining attributes. Figures are limited to triangles, rectangles, squares and hexagons. 583–586
        571
        575–578
        587–590
      3. MA.1.GR.1.3: Compose and decompose two- and three-dimensional figures. Figures are limited to semi-circles, triangles, rectangles, squares, trapezoids, hexagons, cubes, rectangular prisms, cones and cylinders. 587–590
        607–610
        571
      4. MA.1.GR.1.4: Given a real-world object, identify parts that are modeled by two- and three-dimensional figures. Figures are limited to semi-circles, triangles, rectangles, squares and hexagons, spheres, cubes, rectangular prisms, cones and cylinders. 591–594
        571
        607–610
        611–614
    5. Measurement
      1. MA.1.M.1.1: Estimate the length of an object to the nearest inch. Measure the length of an object to the nearest inch or centimeter.483
        484
        493–496
        497–498
        499–502
        503–506
        507–510
      2. MA.1.M.1.2: Compare and order the length of up to three objects using direct and indirect comparison. 485–488
        489–492
      3. MA.1.M.2.1: Using analog and digital clocks, tell and write time in hours and half-hours.521–522
        545–548
        549–552
        553–556
        572
      4. MA.1.M.2.2: Identify pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters, and express their values using the ¢ symbol. State how many of each coin equal a dollar. 521–522
        523–526
        527–530
      5. MA.1.M.2.3: Find the value of combinations of pennies, nickels and dimes up to one dollar, and the value of combinations of one, five and ten dollar bills up to $100. Use the ¢ and $ symbols appropriately. 521–522
        527–530
        531–534
        535–536
        537–540
        541–544
    6. Number Sense and Operations
      1. MA.1.NSO.1.1: Starting at a given number, count forward and backwards within 120 by ones. Skip count by 2s to 20 and by 5s to 100.291
        292
        293-296
        297–300
        301–304
        305-306
        307–310
        311–314
        315–318
        319–322
        79–82
        117–120
        167–170
        175–178
        259–262
        273–276
        385–388
        389–392
        429–432
        437–440
        445–448
      2. MA.1.NSO.1.2: Read numbers from 0 to 100 written in standard form, expanded form and word form. Write numbers from 0 to 100 using standard form and expanded form. 357–360
        292
        293–296
        297–300
        311–314
        333–334
        335–338
        339–342
        343–346
        347–350
        361–364
      3. MA.1.NSO.1.3: Compose and decompose two-digit numbers in multiple ways using tens and ones. Demonstrate each composition or decomposition with objects, drawings and expressions or equations. 333–334
        335–338
        339–342
        343–346
        347–350
        351–352
        353–356
        361–364
        365–368
        357–360
        449–452
      4. MA.1.NSO.1.4: Plot, order and compare whole numbers up to 100. 383
        384
        393–396
        397–398
        399–402
        403–406
        407–410
        411-414
      5. MA.1.NSO.2.1: Recall addition facts with sums to 10 and related subtraction facts with automaticity. 57–58
        59–62
        63–66
        67–70
        71–74
        75–78
        79–82
        83–84
        89–92
        93–96
        97–100
        9–12
        13–16
        17–20
        21–24
        25–28
        31–34
        39–42
        85–88
        129–132
        135–138
        171–174
      6. MA.1.NSO.2.2: Add two whole numbers with sums from 0 to 20, and subtract using related facts with procedural reliability. 115
        116
        117–120
        121–124
        125–128
        129–132
        133–134
        135–138
        139–142
        147–150
        165–166
        167–170
        171–174
        175–178
        179–180
        181–184
        185–189
        189–192
        197–200
        4
        5–8
        9–12
        13–16
        17–20
        21–24
        25–28
        79–82
        143–146
        193–196
        215
        221–224
        231–234
      7. MA.1.NSO.2.3: Identify the number that is one more, one less, ten more and ten less than a given two-digit number. 383
        385–388
        389–392
        301–304
      8. MA.1.NSO.2.4: Explore the addition of a two-digit number and a one-digit number with sums to 100. 425–426
        427–428
        429–432
        433–436
        437–440
        441–444
        465–468
      9. MA.1.NSO.2.5: Explore subtraction of a one-digit number from a two-digit number.425–426
        445–448
        449–452
        453–456
        457–460
        461–464
        465–468
    7. Mathematical Thinking and Reasoning
      1. MA.K12.MTR.1.1: Mathematicians who participate in effortful learning both individually and with others: 
        1. • Analyze the problem in a way that makes sense given the task.
            • Ask questions that will help with solving the task.
          • Build perseverance by modifying methods as needed while solving a challenging task.
          • Stay engaged and maintain a positive mindset when working to solve tasks.
          • Help and support each other when attempting a new method or approach.
          31-34
          35-38
          143-146
          167-170
          231-234
          239-242
          273-276
          347-350
          393-396
          411-414
          489-492
          545-548
          607-610
          611-614
          641-644
      2. MA.K12.MTR.2.1: Demonstrate understanding by representing problems in multiple ways. Mathematicians who demonstrate understanding by representing problems in multiple ways:  
        1. • Build understanding through modeling and using manipulatives.
          • Represent solutions to problems in multiple ways using objects, drawings, tables, graphs and equations.
          • Progress from modeling problems with objects and drawings to using algorithms and equations.
          • Express connections between concepts and representations.
          • Choose a representation based on the given context or purpose.
          5-8
          17-20
          59-62
          129-132
          243-246
          263-266
          311-314
          353-356
          361-364
          399-402
          433-436
          441-444
          461-464
          493-496
          645-648
      3. MA.K12.MTR.3.1: Complete tasks with mathematical fluency. Mathematicians who complete tasks with mathematical fluency:
        1. • Select efficient and appropriate methods for solving problems within the given context.
          • Maintain flexibility and accuracy while performing procedures and mental calculations.
          • Complete tasks accurately and with confidence.
          • Adapt procedures to apply them to a new context.
          • Use feedback to improve efficiency when performing calculations.
          89-92
          125-128
          135-138
          139-142
          147-150
          175-178
          189-192
          197-200
          343-346
          385-388
          453-456
          493-496
          531-534
          599-602
          641-644
      4. MA.K12.MTR.4.1: Engage in discussions that reflect on the mathematical thinking of self and others. Mathematicians who engage in discussions that reflect on the mathematical thinking of self and others:
        1. • Communicate mathematical ideas, vocabulary and methods effectively.
          • Analyze the mathematical thinking of others.
          • Compare the efficiency of a method to those expressed by others.
          • Recognize errors and suggest how to correctly solve the task.
          • Justify results by explaining methods and processes.
          • Construct possible arguments based on evidence.
          13-16
          21-24
          39-42
          63-66
          71-74
          121-124
          193-196
          221-224
          227-230
          393-396
          449-452
          523-526
          537-540
          575-578
          595-598
      5. MA.K12.MTR.5.1: Use patterns and structure to help understand and connect mathematical concepts. Mathematicians who use patterns and structure to help understand and connect mathematical concepts:
        1. • Focus on relevant details within a problem.
          • Create plans and procedures to logically order events, steps or ideas to solve problems.
          • Decompose a complex problem into manageable parts.
          • Relate previously learned concepts to new concepts.
          • Look for similarities among problems.
          • Connect solutions of problems to more complicated large-scale situations.
          9-12
          25-28
          75-78
          97-100
          181-184
          185-189
          235-238
          307-310
          319-322
          365-368
          385-388
          445-448
          545-548
          575-578
          637-640
      6. MA.K12.MTR.6.1: Assess the reasonableness of solutions. Mathematicians who assess the reasonableness of solutions: 
        1. • Estimate to discover possible solutions.
          • Use benchmark quantities to determine if a solution makes sense.
          • Check calculations when solving problems.
          • Verify possible solutions by explaining the methods used.
          • Evaluate results based on the given context.
          221-224
          227-230
          259-262
          269-272
          315-318
          353-356
          457-460
          465-468
          485-488
          499-502
          503-506
          523-526
          527-530
          541-544
          631-634
      7. MA.K12.MTR.7.1: Apply mathematics to real-world contexts. Mathematicians who apply mathematics to real-world contexts:
        1. • Connect mathematical concepts to everyday experiences.
          • Use models and methods to understand, represent and solve problems.
          • Perform investigations to gather data or determine if a method is appropriate.
          • Redesign models and methods to improve accuracy or efficiency.
          25-28
          93-96
          143-146
          189-192
          227-230
          273-276
          277-280
          441-444
          499-502
          503-506
          507-510
          549-552
          591-594
          607-610
          641-644
    8. ELA Expectations
      1. ELA.K12.EE.1.1: Cite evidence to explain and justify reasoning. 21
        41-42
        63
        83-84
        125
        137-138
        179-180
        185
        229-230
        231
        263
        267-268
        301
        309-310
        335
        351-352
        353
        393
        405-406
        427-428
        441
        495-496
        503
        527
        535-536
        581-582
        587
        635-636
      2. ELA.K12.EE.2.1: Read and comprehend grade-level complex texts proficiently.15-16
        39-42
        65-66
        97-100
        127-128
        147-150
        187-188
        197-200
        237-238
        243-246
        271-272
        277-280
        317-318
        319-322
        341-342
        365-368
        387-388
        411-414
        451-452
        465-468
        501-502
        507-510
        529-530
        541-544
        593-594
        611-614
        643-644
        645-648
      3. ELA.K12.EE.3.1: Make inferences to support comprehension.4
        10
        33
        72
        90
        116
        126
        130
        168
        190
        216
        222
        237-238
        270
        292
        302
        313-314
        344
        384
        400
        430
        484
        494
        528
        572
        573-574
        584
        638
      4. ELA.K12.EE.4.1: Use appropriate collaborative techniques and active listening skills when engaging in discussions in a variety of situations. 29-30
        31
        64
        75
        133-134
        135
        181
        186
        221
        225-226
        269
        274
        305-306
        307
        339
        354
        397-398
        403
        438
        457
        485
        497-498
        524
        537
        573-574
        575
        637
        642
      5. ELA.K12.EE.5.1: Use the accepted rules governing a specific format to create quality work.3
        19-20
        57-58
        77-78
        115
        127-128
        165-166
        195-196
        215
        229-230
        257-258
        261-262
        291
        317-318
        333-334
        355-356
        383
        387-388
        425-426
        439-440
        483
        505-506
        521-522
        525-526
        571
        577-578
        629-630
        639-640
      6. ELA.K12.EE.6.1: Use appropriate voice and tone when speaking or writing.25
        32
        59
        64
        143
        148
        182
        186
        221
        228
        273
        278
        293
        298
        339
        348
        399
        404
        437
        442
        489
        500
        523
        532
        603
        608
        641
        646
    9. English Language Learners
      1. ELD.K12.ELL.MA.1: English language learners communicate information, ideas and concepts necessary for academic success in the content area of Mathematics. 117
        118
        167
        168
        217
        218
        335
        336
        385
        400
        433
        434
        485
        486
        575
        580
      2. ELD.K12.ELL.SI.1: English language learners communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting. 343
        344
        348
        389
        408
        412
        437
        438
        445
        446
        450
        493
        494
        508