Model, explain, and develop reasonable proficiency with basic facts and algorithms

Standard 8-2 page 44, Grades K-4

Use a variety of mental computation and estimation techniques

Standard 7-1, page 94, Grades 5-8

Compute with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, integers, and rational
numbers

Standard 7-4, page 94, Grades 5-8

Select and use an appropriate method for computing from among mental
arithmetic, paper-and-pencil, calculator, and computer methods

Apply fractions and decimals to problem situations

Apply estimation in working with quantities, measurement, computation, and problem solving

Standard 8-4 page 44, Grades K-4

Select and use computation techniques appropriate to specific problems
and determine whether the results are reasonable

Standard 3-2 page 29, Grades K-4

Use models, known facts, properties, and relationships to explain their
thinking

Standard 7-6, page 94, Grades 5-8

Use estimation to check the reasonableness of results

Standard 13-4, page 116, Grades 5-8

Understand the structure and use of systems of measurement

Standard 13-5, page 116, Grades 5-8

Extend their understanding of the concepts of perimeter, area, volume,
angle measure, capacity, and weight and mass

Link conceptual and procedural knowledge

Standard 8-1 page 44, Grades K-4

Model, explain, and develop reasonable proficiency with basic facts
and algorithms

Standard 7-2, page 94, Grades 5-8

Develop, analyze, and explain procedures for computation and techniques
for estimation

Use calculators in appropriate computational situations

Standard 7-4, page 94, Grades 5-8

Select and use an appropriate method for computing from among mental
arithmetic, paper-and-pencil, calculator, and computer methods