Giles County Board of Education Mathematics The Terra Nova Complete Battery for Mathematics is "designed to help students show what they know and can do. Many questions call for critical thinking, reasoning, and problem solving. Questions allow students to use different strategies and to take individual paths to a solution. Realworld topics engage students' interest, and the extensive use of graphics reduces the need for explanatory text and provides a supportive context. Themes group items into meaningful configurations, and items are generally sequenced to promote initial success so that students will continue with confidence to more challenging questions. 
Numeration 
Counting: Sets of Objects
The learner will be able to make a count of sets of elements singly and/or through the use of grouping.

Magnitude: Relative Values
The learner will be able to develop a sense of relative values of the magnitude of common quantities, such as a reasonable estimation of the weight of a common object.

Numeration: Relationships
The learner will be able to apply previously learned number relationships in the discovery of new number relationships.

Numeration: Use/Study
The learner will be able to connect the application of number in their environment to the analysis of number.

Estimation: Appropriateness
The learner will be able to use estimation where appropriate (estimating weight, length, number of items).

Patterns: Geometric/Understand
The learner will be able to understand and/or apply geometric patterns.

Patterns: Relationships
The learner will be able to apply patterns and relationships in the evaluation of various scenarios.

Estimation: Real Numbers
The learner will be able to choose and apply suitable real number estimation and computation.

Compare/Order
The learner will be able to compare and/or order numbers and/or objects.

Number Uses
The learner will be able to demonstrate an understanding that numbers are used for counting, measuring, ordering, and estimating.

Patterns: Describe/Analyze/Extend
The learner will be able to make, study, continue, and/or describe many different patterns.

Counting: Problem Solving
The learner will be able to solve problems using counting.

Ordinal Number
The learner will be able to identify the ordinal number (first, second, third, etc.) of a specific object in a row of objects.

Ordering Numbers
The learner will be able to order a sequence of whole numbers which may include whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percents, and integers.

Computing
The learner will be able to correctly perform various computations including in the context of given problems.
