Missouri Standards Quarterly Objectives
ELA Standards:
  1. I can identify noun, plural nouns, proper nouns, and pronouns.
  2. I can identify and name the past, present, future, and irregular tense of verbs.
  3. I can identify adjectives and adverbs. 
  4. I can use an apostrophe o form contractions and show possession. 
  5. I can decode unknown words using grade appropriate strategies. 
  6. I can determine the meaning of unknown words using context clues. 
  7. I can use references materials to find the spelling or meaning of unknown words.
  8. I can write complete sentences with proper capitalization, punctuation, and agreement. 
  9. I can spell unknown words using grade appropriate spelling rules. 
  10. I can write a paragraph with a topic sentence, supporting details, and a closing. 
  11. I can write a narrative paragraph.
  12. I can write a persuasive paragraph. 
  13. I can write an informative paragraph.
  14. I can use the writing process. 
  15. I can write a friendly letter with grade appropriate conventions. 
  16. I can write a report using a variety of media. 
  17. I can read grade appropriate sight words. 
  18. I can spell grade appropriate words. 
  19. I can actively speak and listen to others in complete sentences. 
  20. I can ask and answer questions using the text to support my answers.
  21. I can identify and differentiate the main idea and details in a text. 
  22. I can identify characters' traits and points of view in a story. 
  23. I can determine and identify proper usage of text features in nonfiction. 
  24. I can explain the message or moral from fables and folktales. 
  25. I can describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges. 
  26. I can ask and answer who, what, where, why, when, and how questions to demonstrate key understanding of a text.
  27. I can compare and contrast characters and texts.
  28. I can comprehend grade level text.
  29. I can read fluently on grade level. 
  30. I can understand figurative language in stories. 


Quarter 1

Math Standards:
  1. I can use strategies to solve addition word problems
  2. I can use strategies to solve subtraction word problems
  3. I can fluently add with 20 using mental strategies 
  4. I can fluently subtract with 20 using mental strategies
  5. I can explain and demonstrate the use of ones, tens, hundreds
  6. I can count within 1000; by 1's, 10's, 100's
  7. I can read and write numbers to 1000 in different ways
  8. I can add 2 digit numbers
  9. I can subtract 2 digit numbers
  10. I can use strategies to add numbers within 1000 and regroup
  11. I can use strategies to subtract numbers within 1000 and borrow
  12. I can compare 3-digit numbers
  13. I can use place value to add and subtract up to 4-digit numbers
  14. I can use place value to add and subtract mentally (100 or 10)
  15. I can explain how place value strategies work when adding or subtracting
Quarter 2

Math Standards:
  1. I can use strategies to solve subtraction word problems
  2. I can fluently add with 20 using mental strategies
  3. I can fluently subtract with 20 using mental strategies
  4. I can determine whether a group (up to 20) has an odd or even number and write an equation
  5. I can add 2 digit numbers
  6. I can subtract 2 digit numbers
  7. I can use strategies to add numbers withing 1000 and regroup
  8. I can use strategies to subtract numbers within 1000 and borrow
Quarter 3
Math Standards:
  1. I can use different tools to measure and estimate objects using standard units
  2. I can use two different units of measure for the same object and compare
  3. I can measure the lengths of objects and express differences in a standard unit
  4. I can use addition to solve measurement word problems
  5. I can use subtraction to solve measurement word problems 
  6. I can estimate lengths using units of in, ft, cm, and meters
Quarter 4
Math Standards:
  1. I can determine whether a group (up to 20) has an odd or even number and write an equation
  2. I can create arrays with equal groups of objects (to gain understanding of multiplication)
  3. I can represent whole numbers as lengths from 0 and whole number sums and differences on a number line
  4. I can tell and write time within 5 minutes. 
  5. I can solve word problems involving money (dollars and cents)
  6. I can generate measurement data by measuring lengths of objects and create a line plot with the data
  7. I can draw a graph to represent data
  8. I can draw and recognize shapes (quadrilateral, triangle, pentagon, hexagon, and cube) by their number of angles or faces. 
  9. I can partition a rectangle into rows and columns and count to find total number (area)
  10. I can divide a rectangle into halves, thirds, fourths