Standards

                                  Reading/LA & Math Standards
                                     "I Can Statements"

Math

MA 2.1.1a
I can read and write 
numbers 0-1000. 

MA 2.1.1b
I can count by 2's to 100. 

MA 2.1.1c
I can count backwards from 20-0. 

MA 2.1.1d
I can connect number words with the numbers they are (0-100). 

MA 2.1.1e
I can tell the amount of ones, tens, hundreds and thousands in numbers 1-1000. 

MA 2.1.1f
I can compare and order whole numbers 0-1000. 

MA 2.1.1g
I can tell where numbers are  0-1000. 

MA 2.1.1h
I can make pictures of fractions of one-half as a part of a whole. 

MA 2.1.2a
I can use objects, drawings, words, and symbols to explain the relationship between addition and subtraction (2+3=5 then 5-3=2). 

MA 2.1.2b
I can use objects, drawings, words, and symbols to explain the use of subtraction to find a missing addend (3+__=7 then 7-3=___). 

MA 2.1.3a I can add numbers with sums to 20. 

MA 2.1.3b
I can subtract numbers with differences from 20. 

MA 2.1.3c
I can add and subtract 3 digit numbers with regrouping.

MA 2.1.3d I can find sums and differences using many different ways. 

MA 2.1.4a
I can estimate two-digit number sums and differences and check if it makes sense. 

MA 2.1.4b
I can estimate the number of objects in a group. 

MA 2.2.1a
I can describe two-dimensional shapes. 

MA 2.2.1b
I can tell if two shapes are the same. 

MA 2.2.1c
I can compare two-dimensional shapes. 

MA 2.2.1d
I can identify solid shapes. 

MA 2.2.2a
I can identify numbers by finding them on a vertical number line. 

MA 2.2.2b
I can compare numbers by finding them on a horizontal number line. 

MA 2.2.2c
I can identify the direction moved for adding and subtracting using a horizontal number line. 

MA 2.2.3a
I can identify lines of symmetry in two-dimensional shapes. 

MA 2.2.3 b I can draw a line of 
symmetry in two-dimensional shapes. 

MA 2.2.4a
I can draw two-dimensional shapes. 

MA 2.2.5a
I can count different coins to $1.00. 

MA 2.2.5b
I can tell time by 5 minute intervals. 

MA 2.2.5c
I can use different tools to measure different things. 

MA 2.2.5d
I can measure length using feet and yards. 

MA 2.2.5e
I can compare and order objects using inches, feet, and yards. 

MA 2.3.1a
I can create and describe patterns using manipulatives and pictures. 

MA 2.3.2a
I can model addition and subtraction of numbers 0-100, using objects and number lines. 

MA 2.3.2b
I can tell and model change in addition (2+3=# +2). 

MA 2.3.3a
I can show the commutative property of addition (2+3=#+2). 

MA 2.4.1a
I can use pictographs. 

MA 2.4.1b
I can tell what pictographs show me.
 


Reading/LA

LA 2.1.3 a I can read, write, and spell 
words because I know letter sounds and 
spelling patterns.

LA 2.1.3 b I can read, write and spell 
sight words. 

LA 2.1.3 c I can blend sounds to read 
and write words. 

LA 2.1.3 d I can read words in 
sentences and paragraphs. 

LA 2.1.3 e I can use what I know about 
words to read. 

LA 2.1.3 f I can tell if I read a word 
correctly

LA 2.1.4 a I can read smoothly to help 
me understand what I am reading. 

LA 2.1.4 b I can read sight words 
correctly and smoothly. 

LA 2.1.4 c I can read with appropriate 
expression.

LA 2.1.4 d I can speed up or slow down 
my pace to help me understand what 
I read.

LA 2.1.5 a I can learn new words.
LA 2.1.5 b I can figure out what words 
mean

LA 2.1.5 c I can use new words to talk 
about things in my world.

LA 2.1.5 d I can find and use clues to 
figure out the meaning of new words. 

LA 2.1.5 e I can tell how words are 
related.

LA 2.1.5 f I can find the meaning of 
words by looking in different places.

LA 2.1.5 g I can use ABC order and 
guide words to find words. 

LA 2.1.6 a I can tell why the author 
wrote the story to help me 
understand what I read.

LA 2.1.6 b I can identify the characters, 
the setting, and the plot in the story. 

LA 2.1.6 c I can retell a story. 

LA 2.1.6 d I can explain different ways 
authors use words.

LA 2.1.6 e I can retell and summarize 
the main idea from informational text. 

LA 2.1.6 f I can tell how informational 
text is organized.

LA 2.1.6 g I can use what I know about 
text features to find information and 
understand what I read. 

LA 2.1.6 h I can identify the 
characteristics of different kinds of 
stories and books. 

LA 2.1.6 i I can compare and contrast 
characters and events to myself, to 
others, and to the world. 

LA 2.1.6 j I can ask and answer 
questions by using what I already 
know and have read. 

LA 2.1.6 k I can tell why I read. 

LA 2.1.6 l I can connect what I know to 
what I read, to other texts, and to the 
world

LA 2.1.6 m I can check my own 
comprehension and self-correct the 
errors

LA 2.1.6 n I can make a prediction, 
decide if it is right or wrong, and 
change it. 

LA 2.1.6 o I can respond to what I read 
in different ways. 

LA 2.2.1 a I can plan before I write. 

LA 2.2.1 b I can create a draft of my 
writing

LA 2.2.1 c I can revise my writing to 
improve it.

LA 2.2.1 d I can share ideas to improve 
my writing and the writing of others. 

LA 2.2.1 e I can make my writing better 
by fixing my mistakes. 

LA 2.2.1 f I can publish a neat copy of 
my writing. 

LA 2.2.1 g I can print neatly and 
correctly

LA 2.2.2 a I can write for a specific 
reason

LA 2.2.2 b I can write for different 
people

LA 2.2.2 c I can write short passages in 
a specific genre. 

LA 2.2.2 d I can use a main idea to 
organize my writing. 

LA 2.2.2 e I can compare examples of 
writing and write a similar piece.

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