# Ongoing Standards

 LANGUAGE ARTS MATH Multiple Meaning WordsIdentify multiple meaning words used as nouns and verbs.Example:  watch   1. a timepiece worn on the wrist (noun)                           2. to look at something (verb)                  can    1. a cylinder (noun)                           2. to be able to do something (verb) 2-digit Addition with Regrouping   Regroup 10 ones as 1 ten        Example:       23                   + 18 Double Consonant Syllabication-divide words with double consonants into syllablesExample:  lesson =  les/son                 beginning =  be/gin/ning 2-digit Subtraction with regrouping-Regroup 1 ten as 10 ones  43- 29 Common Nouns: identify common nouns in a sentence                        -er and -est endings:  identify words that mean "more than"  with -                                                   -er endings                                                 identify words that mean "the most" with -est   endings                                       Example:  bigger= more big                                                         biggest=the most big Plane ShapesPlane shapes: flat shapes.triangle, square, rectangle, pentagon, circle, hexagonSide: a line that is part of a shapeAngle: an angle is the space between two lines that meet at a vertexVertex: a point where two sides meetVertices: more than one vertex Proper nouns Example: city is a noun Fresno is a proper noun Compound words Example: cup + cake = cupcake back + pack= backpack Solid Shapescone, cylinder, sphere, rectangular prism, cube, pyramid Quotation Marks" "Example: (add the missing quotation marks) Mrs. Cortez asked, Ricky, do you want to carry the sword? Fractionshalf, halves, thirds, fourths, etc.whole, parts of a whole, unit fraction Plural NounsExample: add -es to words ending in ch, tch, sh, and xfox + es = foxes             dish + es = dishes Measurementinch, foot, yard, mile, centimeter, meter, unit Prefixesun= notun + happy = unhappy (not happy) Multiplicationequal groups, array, rows, columns, product2 x 3 =  2 "groups of" 3 ***  *** SuffixesExample: change the adjective quick to an adverb quickly-ly = in a way that is-ful= full of 5 Parts of a letterDate, Greeting, Body, Closing, and SignatureExample:                                                                          December 6, 2010Dear Pen Pal,     Let me tell you about my family. I have two brothers and one sister. My sister is the oldest. Her name is Mary and she helps me with my homework.                                                     Sincerely,                                                                      Lisa Commas Irregular Plural Nouns Rhyming Words -tion, -ture Cause and Effect Dictionary Entry WordsVerbsAdjectives