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Learning Standard

5.NBT.B.7

Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used.

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Target IEP Goal

By (date), when given exercises with add and subtract decimals, the student will add decimal numbers using blocks, improving number and operations in base ten skills from 0/10 work samples out of ten consecutive trials to 8/10 work samples in ten consecutive trials.

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IEP Goal Objectives

1

Use Place Value Models for Decimal Numbers

By (date), when given exercises with decimal place value, the student will use place value models for decimal numbers, improving number and operations in base ten skills from 0/10 work samples out of ten consecutive trials to 8/10 work samples in ten consecutive trials.

2

Use Number Lines - Up to 100

By (date), when given exercises with counting, the student will use number lines - up to 100, improving measurement and data skills from 0/10 work samples out of ten consecutive trials to 8/10 work samples in ten consecutive trials.

3

Count Forward (up to 100)

By (date), when given exercises with counting to 100, the student will count forward (up to 100), improving number and operations in base ten skills from 0/10 work samples out of ten consecutive trials to 8/10 work samples in ten consecutive trials.

4

Count up (up to 20)

By (date), when given exercises with counting forward and back to 20, the student will count up (up to 20), improving counting and cardinality skills from 0/10 work samples out of ten consecutive trials to 8/10 work samples in ten consecutive trials.

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