Extend their understanding of whole number operations to fractions, decimals, integers, and rational numbers

Link conceptual and procedural knowledge

Standard 5-1, page 87, Grades 5-8

Understand, represent, and use numbers in a variety of equivalent forms
(integer, fraction, decimal, percent, exponential, and scientific notation)
in real-world and mathematical problem situations

Standard 6-1, page 91, Grades 5-8

Understand and appreciate the need for numbers beyond the whole numbers

Standard 6-2, page 91, Grades 5-8

Develop and use order relations for whole numbers, fractions, decimals,
integers, and rational numbers

Standard 6-3, page 91, Grades 5-8

Extend their understanding of whole number operations to fractions,
decimals, integers, and rational numbers

Develop concepts of fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals

Standard 12-2 page 57, Grades K-4

Develop number sense for fractions and decimals

Standard 4-2 page 32, Grades K-4

Relate various representations of concepts or procedures to one another

Standard 5-4, page 87, Grades 5-8

Investigate relationships among fractions, decimals, and percents

Standard 6-3, page 91, Grades 5-8

Extend their understanding of whole number operations to fractions,
decimals, integers, and rational numbers

Understand how the basic arithmetic operations are related to one another

Understand how the basic arithmetic operations are related to one another

Relate various representations of concepts or procedures to one another

Standard 6-3, page 91, Grades 5-8

Extend their understanding of whole number operations to fractions,
decimals, integers, and rational numbers

Standard 14-3 page 184, Grades 9-12

Appreciate that seemingly different mathematical systems may be essentially
the same