Standards for the lesson plan Measurement: Crafts: Cereal Hands and Feet
These standards and benchmarks are from McREL's online database, Content Knowledge: A Compendium of Standards and Benchmarks for K12 education (4th edition, 2004) (http://www.mcrel.org/standardsbenchmarks/.) The mathematics portion of the database was developed using National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards in addition to other nationally recognized standards documents. Standard 2: Understands and applies basic and advanced properties of the concepts of numbers Grades K3 Benchmark 1: Understands that numerals are symbols used to represent quantities or attributes of realworld objects Benchmark 2: Counts whole numbers (i.e., both cardinal and ordinal numbers) Benchmark 3: Understands symbolic, concrete, and pictorial representations of numbers (e.g., written numerals, objects in sets, number lines) Benchmark 4: Understands basic whole number relationships (e.g., 4 is less than 10, 30 is 3 tens) Standard 4: Understands and applies basic and advanced properties of the concepts of measurement Grades K3 Benchmark 1: Understands the basic measures perimeter, area, volume, capacity, mass, angle, and circumference Benchmark 5: Understands that measurement is not exact (i.e., measurements may give slightly different numbers when measured multiple times) Standard 9: Understands the general nature and uses of mathematics Grades K3 Benchmark 2: Understands that mathematical ideas and concepts can be represented concretely, graphically, and symbolically
