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. 
Number Theory 
Read Numbers
The learner will be able to read and/or identify numbers (to 100).

Connecting: Number/Geometry
The learner will be able to relate mathematical relationships that may exist between number and geometric objects.

Classify Numbers: Characteristics
The learner will be able to classify numbers according to their characteristics.

Equivalent Forms
The learner will be able to comprehend the use and representation of numbers in many different yet equivalent forms (fractions).

Number Theory: Application
The learner will be able to show an ability to correctly use concepts and/or ideas related to number theory (addition, subtraction, addition relate to multiplication, commutative property of addition).

Number Forms: Relationships
The learner will be able to recognize relationships, and understand and/or use numbers and number ideas in a real world setting (prices of items in store, money, page numbers, making changes, counting, ordering, fill in missing number patterns).

Place Value: Applications
The learner will be able to understand and apply place value concepts when reading, writing, calculating, and estimating numbers (ones, tens, and hundreds).

Measurement 
Measurement: Estimation
The learner will be able to apply measurement approximations.

Problem Solving: Reasonableness
The learner will be able to exhibit an understanding of reasonableness of results when working with numbers and/or solving problems involving measurement concepts.

Units: Measurement Attributes
The learner will be able to illustrate, through the application of standard and/or nonstandard units, the characteristics of various kinds of measurements.

Calendar Concepts
The learner will be able to develop an understanding of calendars and their uses.

Money Concepts
The learner will be able to identify and understand how money is used.

Accuracy: Appropriate Instrument/Unit
The learner will be able to choose the appropriate tools and units of measurement necessary to find accurate measurements given a specific situation.

Measurement Concepts: Application
The learner will be able to apply the ideas of perimeter, area, volume, capacity, weight, and/or mass in displaying a comprehension of measurement systems, units, and/or instruments.

Measurement Concepts: Understanding
The learner will be able to display comprehension of measurement systems, units, and/or instruments, through the descriptions, computations, or estimations of size, place, and or time.

Problem Solving: Scale
The learner will be able to solve problems (including story problems) involving scale and measurement concepts (inch, centimeter, length, volume, weight).

Length
The learner will be able to determine the length of an object.

Time: Problem Solving
The learner will be able to solve problems involving time (hour and half hour).
