# Fill in the gaps with grade level roadmaps

Target the precise skills and concepts each student needs.

We’ve developed a system of organizing the 300 skills a student must learn cumulatively in order to be Algebra-ready. The skills and concepts covered in *Teach to One Roadmaps *allow students to gain unlearned, prerequisite skills while still advancing at grade level.

Browse the skills and concepts covered in each grade level below.

## Roadmaps Skill Cluster

## Grade

## Description

## Adding & Subtracting Large Numbers

4

I will subtract large whole numbers.

## Adding & Subtracting Large Numbers

4

I will add large whole numbers.

## Whole Numbers

2

I will read and write numbers to 1,000 using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form.

## Whole Numbers

2

I will compare two three-digit numbers.

## Whole Numbers

4

I will round whole numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand.

## Whole Numbers

4

I will compare whole numbers up to millions.

## Whole Numbers

4

I will read and write whole numbers up to millions using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form.

## Basic Multiplication

3

I will multiply one-digit whole numbers by multiples of 10.

## Basic Multiplication

4

I will identify and use the distributive property of multiplication over addition, relating it to area models.

## Basic Multiplication

4

I will calculate and list multiples of whole numbers.

## Basic Multiplication

4

I will multiply large whole numbers by one-digit whole numbers using area models to represent partial products.

## Basic Multiplication

4

I will multiply 2-digit by 2-digit numbers using area models to represent partial products.

## Multiplying & Dividing

3

I will solve word problems involving multiplication and division.

## Multiplying & Dividing

4

I will divide large whole numbers by one-digit whole numbers and explain remainders within context.

## Multiplying & Dividing

4

I will make sense of multiplicative comparisons.

## Multiplying & Dividing

4

I will understand the value of a single digit in a multi-digit whole number and explain the relationship between digits.

## Understanding Area

4

I will explore the relationship between the perimeter and area of rectangles.

## Understanding Area

4

I will recognize area as additive and find the area of polygons composed of rectangles.

## Comparing Fractions

3

I will compare fractions with the same numerator or denominator.

## Comparing Fractions

4

I will compare and order fractions using the math symbols <, >, and =.

## Comparing Fractions

4

I will compare decimals using models.

## Decomposing Fractions

4

I will decompose a fraction or mixed number into a sum of fractions with the same denominator in more than one way, recording each decomposition by an equation.

## Decomposing Fractions

4

I will add and subtract fractions with like denominators.

## Decomposing Fractions

4

I will add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators.

## Decomposing Fractions

4

I will understand a fraction as a multiple of a unit fraction.

## Decomposing Fractions

4

I will recognize and generate equivalent products of fractions and whole numbers.

## Fraction Equivalence

3

I will recognize and generate equivalent fractions using visual models.

## Fraction Equivalence

3

I will recognize and generate fractions and whole numbers that are equivalent.

## Fraction Equivalence

4

I will create equivalent fractions and explain fraction equivalence.

## Fraction Equivalence

4

I will understand decimals are part of a whole and express decimals as fractions to tenths or hundredths.

## Fraction Equivalence

4

I will use fraction equivalence to add fractions with denominators of 10 and 100.

## Data Displays

2

I will read and interpret different types of graphs.

## Data Displays

4

I will create line plots to display a data set measured in fractions to solve problems using addition and subtraction.

## Basic Alegraic Thinking

3

I will solve two-step word problems using all four operations.

## Basic Alegraic Thinking

4

I will generate a number or shape pattern that follows a given rule and identify features of the pattern.

## Basic Alegraic Thinking

4

I will define, identify, and use the commutative and associative properties of addition and multiplication.

## Basic Alegraic Thinking

4

I will identify all the factors of a given whole number and identify prime and composite numbers.

## Basic Alegraic Thinking

4

I will solve word problems involving operations with whole numbers.

## Geometry Fundamentals

4

I will draw and measure angles and classify angles as acute, obtuse, right, and straight.

## Geometry Fundamentals

4

I will identify and draw intersecting, perpendicular, and parallel lines.

## Geometry Fundamentals

4

I will identify and classify lines, line segments, rays, and angles.

## Geometry Fundamentals

4

I will understand angles measured in degrees as a fraction of a circle.

## Geometry Fundamentals

4

I will solve addition and subtraction problems to find unknown angles.

## Geometry Fundamentals

4

I will identify and draw lines of symmetry in a figure.

## Unit Conversions

4

I will convert customary units of length.

## Unit Conversions

4

I will convert customary units of weight.

## Unit Conversions

4

I will convert customary units of capacity.

## Unit Conversions

4

I will convert metric units of length.

## Unit Conversions

4

I will convert metric units of mass and capacity.

## Unit Conversions

4

I will solve problems related to elapsed time.

## Multiplication and Division Fundamentals

3

I will determine an unknown whole number in a multiplication or division equation.

## Multiplication and Division Fundamentals

3

I will understand multiplication and know multiplication facts up to 10 times 10.

## Multiplication and Division Fundamentals

3

I will interpret division as equal shares and know division facts with one-digit numbers.

## Representing Fractions

2

I will partition shapes and describe the shares using halves, thirds, and fourths.

## Representing Fractions

3

I will describe fractions using numbers, words, and pictures.

## Representing Fractions

3

I will represent fractions on a number line.

## Representing Fractions

4

I will add and subtract fractions with like denominators using models.

## Addition & Subtraction

2

I will find sums and differences within 100 and represent them on the number line.

## Addition & Subtraction

3

I will add numbers within 1000 using a variety of strategies.

## Addition & Subtraction

3

I will subtract numbers within 1000 using a variety of strategies.

## Measuring Rectangles

3

I will develop and use a formula for finding the area of rectangles.

## Measuring Rectangles

3

I will use a ruler to measure to the nearest inch or fraction of an inch.

## Measuring Rectangles

3

I will calculate the perimeter of regular or irregular polygons and solve problems involving perimeter.

## Measuring Rectangles

3

I will understand the concept of area and find area of figures by counting square units.