- Subchapter A
- Numbers
- For Grades: K-2
- Learning Goal 1
- Numbers can be used to count things, place them in order, measure them, or name them.

- Learning Goal 4
- Simple graphs can help to tell about observations.

- Learning Goal 5
- An important kind of relationship between things is one thing being part of a whole.

- Learning Goal 6
- The first digit of a two-digit number describes how many sets of 10 there are in the number.

- Learning Goal 1
- For Grades: 3-5
- Learning Goal 1
- The meaning of a digit in a many-digit number depends on its position.

- Learning Goal 4
- Measurements are always likely to give slightly different numbers, even if what is being measured stays the same.

- Learning Goal 5
- Fractions are numbers used to represent part of something.

- Learning Goal 6
- Symbols are used to signify which operations to perform on numbers. The most common are +, -, x, and รท.

- Learning Goal 1

- For Grades: K-2

- Numbers
- Subchapter B
- Symbolic Relationships
- For Grades: 3-5
- Learning Goal 1
- Mathematical statements using symbols may be true only when the symbols are replaced by certain numbers.

- Learning Goal 2
- Tables and graphs can show how values of one quantity are related to values of another.

- Learning Goal 1

- For Grades: 3-5

- Symbolic Relationships
- Subchapter C
- Shapes
- For Grades: K-2
- Learning Goal 1
- Circles, squares, triangles, spheres, cubes, cylinders and other shapes can be observed in things found in nature and in things that people build.

- Learning Goal 1
- For Grades: 3-5
- Learning Goal 1
- Length can be thought of as unit lengths joined together, area as a collection of unit squares, and volume as a set of unit cubes.

- Learning Goal 2
- If 0 and 1 are located on a line, any other number can be depicted as a position on the line.

- Learning Goal 4
- Objects can be described in terms of their shape or the shapes of their parts.

- Learning Goal 1

- For Grades: K-2

- Shapes