# COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS (CCSS) LOUISIANA GRADE-LEVEL .

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K.MD.1KMeasurement and DataDescribe and comparemeasurable attributes.K.MD.2KMeasurement and DataDescribe and comparemeasurable attributes.K.MD.3KMeasurement and DataClassify objects and count thenumber of objects in eachcategory.K.G.1KGeometryIdentify and describe shapes(squares, circles, triangles,rectangles, hexagons, cubes,cones, cylinders, and spheres).K.G.2K.G.3KKGeometryGeometry1. Describe measurable attributes ofobjects, such as length or weight.Describe several measurable attributes ofa single object.No GLE match was found.The CCSS is specific in its focus ondescribing measurable attributes which is notfound in the GLEs.2. Directly compare two objects with ameasurable attribute in common, to seewhich object has ―more of‖/―less of‖ theattribute, and describe the difference. Forexample, directly compare the heights oftwo children and describe one child astaller/shorter.3. Classify objects into given categories;count the numbers of objects in eachcategory and sort the categories by count.M.K.1515. Use comparative andsuperlative vocabulary inmeasurement settings (e.g.,longest, shortest, most, hottest,heaviest, biggest )KM.K.2121. Collect and organizeconcrete data using tally markchartsK1. Describe objects in the environmentusing names of shapes, and describe therelative positions of these objects usingterms such as above, below, beside, infront of, behind, and next to .M.K.1616. Name and identify basicshapes using concrete models(e.g., circles, squares, triangles,rectangles, rhombuses, balls,boxes, cans, cones)KIdentify and describe shapes(squares, circles, triangles,rectangles, hexagons, cubes,cones, cylinders, and spheres).2. Correctly name shapes regardless oftheir orientations or overall size.Identify and describe shapes(squares, circles, triangles,rectangles, hexagons, cubes,cones, cylinders, and spheres).3. Identify shapes as two-dimensional(lying in a plane, ―flat‖) or threedimensional (―solid‖).The CCSS and the GLEs do not sharesimilar language regarding this CCSS.However, it was determined that the CCSSand M.K.21 have a similar, if not mostly thesame, intent.M.PK.10 also aligns.M.K.18 also aligns.The CCSS cluster statement includeshexagons which was not found in the alignedGLEs.No GLE match was found.M.PK.11 was considered as a possiblematch. However, it is not clear if the GLEmeans "recognize an object regardless of itsposition in space," or "recognize an object'sposition in space." Since the intent of theGLE could not be precisely determined, theGLE could not be considered a match for theCCSS.No GLE match was found.The CCSS includes specificity that is notfound in the GLEs.

1.OA.81OperationsandAlgebraicThinkingWork with addition andsubtraction equations.8. Determine the unknown whole numberin an addition or subtraction equationrelating to three whole numbers. Forexample, determine the unknown numberthat makes the equation true in each ofthe equations 8 ? 11, 5 – 3, 6 6 .M.2.1313. Find the missing number inan equation involving additionor subtraction (e.g., # 4 7, 8- # 3)21.NBT.11Number andOperationsin Base TenExtend the counting sequence.1. Count to 120, starting at any numberless than 120. In this range, read andwrite numerals and represent a number ofobjects with a written numeral.M.1.11. Count to 100 by 1s, 5s, 10s,and 25s1Because the CCSS makes no mention ofuse of objects, pictures, and verbalinformation, the intent is that the unknownnumber can be determined based solely onthe other numbers in the equation. M.1.19was considered as a possible match, but itrequires the use of objects, pictures, andverbal information, which is not the sameintent as the CCSS.M.1.2 also aligns.M.1.11 also aligns.The CCSS includes numbers to 120, but theGLEs include numbers to 100. The CCSSincludes representing a number of objectswith a written numeral which is not found inthe GLEs.1.NBT.21Number andOperationsin Base TenUnderstand place value.1.NBT.31Number andOperationsin Base TenUnderstand place value.2. Understand that the two digits of a twodigit number represent amounts of tensand ones. Understand the following asspecial cases 3. Compare two two-digit numbers basedon meanings of the tens and ones digits,recording the results of comparisons withthe symbols , , and .M.1.5M.1.105. Model and read place valuein word, standard, andexpanded form for numbersthrough 9910. Using a number line orchart, locate, compare, andorder whole numbers less than100 and identify the numberscoming before/after a givennumber and between 2 givennumbers11M.3.2 also aligns.The CCSS includes comparing based onwhat is essentially place value, but M.1.10specifically relates comparison in terms ofusing a number line or chart. While thefundamental intents of the CCSS and theGLE are the same, there is a higherexpectation level in the CCSS than what isfound in the GLE.The CCSS includes recording comparisonswith the symbols , , and , but use of twoof these symbols does not occur until M.3.2.

1.MD.21Measurement and DataMeasure lengths indirectly and byiterating length units.2. Express the length of an object as awhole number of length units, by layingmultiple copies of a shorter object (thelength unit) end to end; understand thatthe length measurement of an object isthe number of same-size length units thatspan it with no gaps or overlaps. Limit tocontexts where the object beingmeasured is spanned by a whole numberof length units with no gaps or overlaps.M.K.1414. Measure and estimatelength and capacity using nonstandard units (e.g., sticks,paper clips, blocks, beans)K1.MD.31Measurement and DataTell and write time.3. Tell and write time in hours and halfhours using analog and digital clocks.M.1.2111.MD.41Measurement and DataRepresent and interpret data.M.1.321.G.11GeometryReason with shapes and theirattributes.4. Organize, represent, and interpret datawith up to three categories; ask andanswer questions about the total numberof data points, how many in eachcategory, and how many more or less arein one category than in another.1. Distinguish between defining attributes(e.g., triangles are closed and threesided) versus non-defining attributes (e.g.,color, orientation, overall size); build anddraw shapes to possess definingattributes.2. Compose two-dimensional shapes(rectangles, squares, trapezoids,triangles, half-circles, and quarter-circles)or three-dimensional shapes (cubes, rightrectangular prisms, right circular cones,and right circular cylinders) to create acomposite sha

COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS (CCSS) LOUISIANA GRADE-LEVEL EXPECTATIONS (GLE) CCSS ID (Grade, Domain, Grade-Specific Standard No.) Grade Domain Cluster CCSS GLE ID (Content Area, Grade, GLE No.) GLE GLE Grade Level Analyst's Comments K.CC.1 K Counting and Cardinality Know number names and the count sequence. 1. Count to 100 by ones and by tens. M .

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