Illinois Learning Standards
Stage C  Mathematics
Mathematics Classroom Assessments Aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards
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The assessments are coded according to learning standard and stage. Example: 6A.C is aligned to standard 6A, stage C (third grade). Sample student work, when available, will follow the assessment.

6A.C  Expanded Numbers
Listen to and write numbers in expanded form (e.g., 425 = 400+20+5), use baseten blocks to build each of those numbers, and solve problems using expanded notation. 6A.C  Pizza Pizza Fractions
Determine fractional parts of a whole pizza, build fractional parts using fraction sticks, and generate equivalent forms of fractions.6A & 7A.C  Measure Your Pencil
Measure the length of a pencil and record its length in (a.) centimeters and fractional parts of a decimeter and meter and (b.) inches and fractional parts of a foot and yard.6B.C  Miles of Smiles
Solve story problems using fact extensions.6C.C  Menu Planner
Plan a menu for a family of 4 for a day; estimate the cost of purchasing items on that menu based on a $50.00 budget; calculate the actual costs of those items; and compare the estimated and actual costs.6D.C  M & M's
Manipulate M & M’s to answer questions concerning fractions, percents, rates, and ratios.7B & 7A & 7C.C  Around We Go
Measure the area and the perimeter of a section of the floor.8A.C  Complete the Pattern
Extend two geometric patterns and two numeric patterns.8B & 8D.C  Doggie Time
Represent a pattern using a table, pictograph and Unifix cubes and make predictions based on these representations.8C.C  Fact Families
Calculate answers to four different problems using only the numbers 6, 7, and 42.9A/9B.C Straws and Shapes
Identify the twodimensional representations of threedimensional objects and build threedimensional objects of twodimensional representations of shapes.9B.C  Symmetry and Similarity
Draw three figures that have lines of symmetry and identify similar shapes.9C.C  Shapely Figures
Represent various threedimensional geometric figures with pictures, categorize each picture by the figure it represents, justify the placement of each picture, answer questions about the relationship between twodimensional and threedimensional shapes.10A & 10C.C  Flip a Coin
Predict how many times a coin will land heads or tails when it is flipped 50 times.10B.C  Pizza Party
Create and administer a class survey and followup survey to determine what kind of pizzas and beverages to order for a class pizza party.
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