The Idaho State Achievement Standards for Mathematics provides skills for kindergarten through twelfth grade.
The Idaho State Achievement Standards for Mathematics provides skills for Kindergarten.
The Algebraic Concepts Unit includes Competencies/Objectives which focus on algebraic equations and operations. This unit includes studying number systems, operations, and forms. Students explore the symbolic nature of algebraic concepts by identifying and extending patterns in algebra, by following algebraic procedures, and by proving theorems with properties.
The Geometry Unit includes Competencies/Objectives which focus on exploring geometric concepts from multiple perspectives. The Geometry Unit includes properties and construction of figures, proofs and theorems, history of geometry, transformations, logic, and problem solving.
The Mathematics Processes Unit focuses on mathematical connections, communication, modeling, concepts and procedures.
The Measurement Unit includes Competencies/Objectives which focus on measurement concepts, applications, and analysis. The Measurement Unit includes concepts of length, area, circumference, perimeter, volume, weight, formulas, distance, calendar, money, tools, accuracy, units, constructions, patterns and problem solving.
The Number Theory Unit focuses on manipulating number forms and classifications. Students make connections between number forms and their real-world applications.
The Probability/Statistics Unit focuses on data analysis and probability concepts. This unit includes collecting, analyzing, and making sense of real-world data (including overlapping data, inconclusive data, etc.).
The Problem Solving Unit focuses on the problem solving effort. This unit includes analyzing problems, evaluating solutions, problem exploration, and strategies.
Real Numbers and the Coordinate Plane
The Real Numbers and the Coordinate Plane Unit includes graphing equations, and making connections between algebraic concepts and their geometric correspondences.