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**Note:** The Iowa Core Essential Elements are intended only for students with significant cognitive disabilities and who participate in alternate assessments.

## Operations and Algebraic Thinking (EE.4.OA)

### Use the four operations with whole numbers to solve problems. (EE.4.OA.A)

- Demonstrate the connection between repeated addition and multiplication. (EE.4.OA.A.1)
- Demonstrate the connection between repeated addition and multiplication. (EE.4.OA.A.2)
- Solve one-step real-world problems using addition or subtraction within 100. (EE.4.OA.A.3)

### Gain familiarity with factors and multiples. (EE.4.OA.B)

- Show one way to arrive at a product. (EE.4.OA.B.4)

### Generate and analyze patterns. (EE.4.OA.C)

- Use repeating patterns to make predictions. (EE.4.OA.C.5)

## Number and Operations in Base Ten (EE.4.NBT)

### Generalize place value understanding for multi-digit whole numbers. (EE.4.NBT.A)

- Not applicable. See EE.5.NBT.1. (EE.4.NBT.A.1)
- Compare whole numbers to 10 using symbols (<, >, =). (EE.4.NBT.A.2)
- Round any whole number 0-30 to the nearest ten. (EE.4.NBT.A.3)

### Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic. (4.NBT.B)

- Add and subtract two-digit whole numbers. (EE.4.NBT.B.4)
- Not applicable. See EE.4.OA.1. (EE.4.NBT.B.5)
- Not applicable. (EE.4.NBT.B.6)

## Number and Operations—Fractions (EE.4.NF)

### Extend understanding of fraction equivalence and ordering. (EE.4.NF.A)

- Identify models of one half (1/2) and one fourth (1/4). (EE.4.NF.A.1)
- Identify models of one half (1/2) and one fourth (1/4). (EE.4.NF.A.2)

### Build fractions from unit fractions by applying and extending previous understandings of operations on whole numbers. (EE.4.NF.B)

- Differentiate between whole and half. (EE.4.NF.B.3)
- Not applicable. See EE.4.OA.1–2 and EE.5.NBT.5. (EE.4.NF.B.4)

### Understand decimal notation for fractions, and compare decimal fractions. (EE.4.NF.C)

- Not applicable. See EE.7.NS.2.c-d.. (EE.4.NF.C.5)
- Not applicable. See EE.7.NS.2.c-d.. (EE.4.NF.C.6)
- Not applicable. See EE.7.NS.2.c-d.. (EE.4.NF.C.7)

## Measurement and Data (4.MD)

### Solve problems involving measurement and conversion of measurements from a larger unit to a smaller unit. (EE.4.MD.A)

- Identify the smaller measurement unit that comprises a larger unit within a measurement system (inches/foot, centimeter/meter, minutes/hour). (EE.4.MD.A.1)
- (EE.4.MD.A.2)
- Tell time using a digital clock. Tell time to the nearest hour using an analog clock. (EE.4.MD.A.2.a)
- Measure mass or volume using standard tools. (EE.4.MD.A.2.b)
- Use standard measurement to compare lengths of objects. (EE.4.MD.A.2.c)
- Identify coins (penny, nickel, dime, quarter) and their values. (EE.4.MD.A.2.d)

- Determine the area of a square or rectangle by counting units of measure (unit squares). (EE.4.MD.A.3)

### Represent and interpret data. (EE.4.MD.B)

- (EE.4.MD.B.4)
- Represent data on a picture or bar graph given a model and a graph to complete. (EE.4.MD.B.4.a)
- Interpret data from a picture or bar graph. (EE.4.MD.B.4.b)

### Geometric measurement: understand concepts of angle and measure angles. (EE.4.MD.C)

- Recognize angles in geometric shapes. (EE.4.MD.C.5)
- Identify angles as larger and smaller. (EE.4.MD.C.6)
- Not applicable. See EE.4.G.2.a. (EE.4.MD.C.7)

## Geometry (EE.4.G)

### Draw and identify lines and angles, and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles. (EE.4.G.A)

- Recognize parallel lines and intersecting lines. (EE.4.G.A.1)
- Describe the defining attributes of two- dimensional shapes. (EE.4.G.A.2)
- Recognize that lines of symmetry partition shapes into equal areas. (EE.4.G.A.3)

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