### Geometry

 If your goal is 180 or less:  • Identifies and names a triangle • Identifies and names a square • Identifies and names a cube • Recognizes geometric shapes in real-world objects • Identifies sides and vertices of polygons  • Identifies and names a cone • Compares open and closed figures • Sorts solid figures and objects according to attributes • Identifies position of shapes (e.g., inside, outside, between) • Classifies polygons by sides and vertices • Identifies and names a cube • Identifies and names a sphere • Identifies plane figures with line symmetry • Identifies equal parts by using modelsIf your goal is between 181 and 190:  • Identifies and names a triangle • Identifies and names a square • Identifies and names a cube • Recognizes geometric shapes in real-world objects • Classifies polygons by sides and vertices • Identifies and names a cube • Identifies and names a sphere • Identifies plane figures with line symmetry • Identifies equal parts by using models • Determines and names locations in the first quadrant on a labeled grid or coordinate system (e.g., map or graph) • Identifies lines • Identifies parallel lines • Uses models to compare angles relative to right angles • Identifies right angles • Identifies corners (vertices) of cubes • Identifies the number of faces on rectangular prisms • Identifies and names a cylinder • Identifies and names a sphere • Sorts 2-D shapes and objects according to their attributes • Creates a new shape by combining different shapes, or identifies the different shapes that were used to make the original shape • Identifies plane figures with line symmetry • Identifies the number of lines of symmetry in plane figuresIf your goal is between 191 and 200:  • Classifies polygons by sides and vertices • Identifies and names a cube • Identifies and names a sphere • Identifies plane figures with line symmetry • Identifies equal parts by using models • Determines and names locations in the first quadrant on a labeled grid or coordinate system (e.g., map or graph) • Identifies lines • Identifies parallel lines • Uses models to compare angles relative to right angles • Identifies right angles • Identifies corners (vertices) of cubes • Identifies the number of faces on rectangular prisms • Identifies and names a cylinder • Identifies and names a sphere • Sorts 2-D shapes and objects according to their attributes • Creates a new shape by combining different shapes, or identifies the different shapes that were used to make the original shape • Identifies plane figures with line symmetry • Identifies the number of lines of symmetry in plane figures • Graphs ordered pairs in the first quadrant • Determines and names locations in the first quadrant on a labeled grid or coordinate system (e.g., map or graph) • Determines the distance between horizontal and vertical lines in the first quadrant of a rectangular coordinate system • Determines the distance between points, following grid lines, in the first quadrant on a coordinate graph (as in city blocks) • Locates the origin on a coordinate grid • Identifies parallel lines • Uses models to compare angles relative to right angles • Identifies and names a parallelogram • Identifies and names a trapezoid • Identifies and names a hexagon • Classifies polygons by number of sides • Classifies polygons by sides and angles • Identifies corners (vertices) of cubes • Classifies cubes by their properties (e.g., edges with equal lengths, faces with equal areas and congruent shapes, right angle corners) • Identifies and names a cylinder • Classifies plane figures by the number of lines of symmetryIf your goal is between 201 and 210: • Determines and names locations in the first quadrant on a labeled grid or coordinate system (e.g., map or graph) • Identifies lines • Identifies parallel lines • Uses models to compare angles relative to right angles • Identifies right angles • Identifies corners (vertices) of cubes • Identifies the number of faces on rectangular prisms • Identifies and names a cylinder • Identifies and names a sphere • Sorts 2-D shapes and objects according to their attributes • Creates a new shape by combining different shapes, or identifies the different shapes that were used to make the original shape • Identifies plane figures with line symmetry • Identifies the number of lines of symmetry in plane figures • Graphs ordered pairs in the first quadrant • Determines and names locations in the first quadrant on a labeled grid or coordinate system (e.g., map or graph) • Determines the distance between horizontal and vertical lines in the first quadrant of a rectangular coordinate system • Determines the distance between points, following grid lines, in the first quadrant on a coordinate graph (as in city blocks) • Locates the origin on a coordinate grid • Identifies parallel lines • Uses models to compare angles relative to right angles • Identifies and names a parallelogram • Identifies and names a trapezoid • Identifies and names a hexagon • Classifies polygons by number of sides • Classifies polygons by sides and angles • Identifies corners (vertices) of cubes • Classifies cubes by their properties (e.g., edges with equal lengths, faces with equal areas and congruent shapes, right angle corners) • Identifies and names a cylinder • Classifies plane figures by the number of lines of symmetry • Determines the distance between horizontal and vertical lines in the first quadrant of a rectangular coordinate system • Locates the origin on a coordinate grid • Identifies rays • Identifies perpendicular lines • Identifies acute angles • Identifies obtuse angles • Identifies and names a trapezoid • Identifies and names a rhombus • Identifies and names a quadrilateral • Classifies polygons by type of angle • Identifies corners (vertices) of cubes • Identifies the number of edges on rectangular prisms • Predicts and verifies the effects of combining or subdividing basic shapesIf your goal is between 211 and 220:  • Graphs ordered pairs in the first quadrant • Determines and names locations in the first quadrant on a labeled grid or coordinate system (e.g., map or graph) • Determines the distance between horizontal and vertical lines in the first quadrant of a rectangular coordinate system • Determines the distance between points, following grid lines, in the first quadrant on a coordinate graph (as in city blocks) • Locates the origin on a coordinate grid • Identifies parallel lines • Uses models to compare angles relative to right angles • Identifies and names a parallelogram • Identifies and names a trapezoid • Identifies and names a hexagon • Classifies polygons by number of sides • Classifies polygons by sides and angles • Identifies corners (vertices) of cubes • Classifies cubes by their properties (e.g., edges with equal lengths, faces with equal areas and congruent shapes, right angle corners) • Identifies and names a cylinder • Classifies plane figures by the number of lines of symmetry • Determines the distance between horizontal and vertical lines in the first quadrant of a rectangular coordinate system • Locates the origin on a coordinate grid • Identifies rays • Identifies perpendicular lines • Identifies acute angles  • Identifies obtuse angles • Identifies and names a trapezoid • Identifies and names a rhombus • Identifies and names a quadrilateral • Classifies polygons by type of angle • Identifies corners (vertices) of cubes • Identifies the number of edges on rectangular prisms • Predicts and verifies the effects of combining or subdividing basic shapes • Determines coordinates of geometric figures in the first quadrant • Identifies rays • Determines which lines are perpendicular (analysis) • Identifies acute angles • Recognizes the interior angle relationships of triangles • Classifies equilateral triangles • Identifies and names a rhombus • Identifies and names a quadrilateral • Compares polygons by properties • Identifies properties of quadrilaterals • Classifies polygons by type of angle • Identifies the number of edges on rectangular prismsIf your goal is between 221 and 230: • Determines the distance between horizontal and vertical lines in the first quadrant of a rectangular coordinate system • Locates the origin on a coordinate grid • Identifies rays • Identifies perpendicular lines • Identifies acute angles • Identifies obtuse angles • Identifies and names a trapezoid • Identifies and names a rhombus • Identifies and names a quadrilateral • Classifies polygons by type of angle • Identifies corners (vertices) of cubes • Identifies the number of edges on rectangular prisms • Predicts and verifies the effects of combining or subdividing basic shapes • Determines coordinates of geometric figures in the first quadrant • Identifies rays • Determines which lines are perpendicular (analysis) • Identifies acute angles • Recognizes the interior angle relationships of triangles • Classifies equilateral triangles • Identifies and names a rhombus • Identifies and names a quadrilateral • Compares polygons by properties • Identifies properties of quadrilaterals • Classifies polygons by type of angle • Identifies the number of edges on rectangular prisms • Determines which lines are perpendicular (analysis) • Recognizes the interior angle relationships of triangles • Classifies isosceles triangles • Classifies scalene triangles • Identifies properties of circles • Compares polygons by properties • Identifies properties of quadrilateralsIf your goal is between 231 and 240:    Determines coordinates of geometric figures in the first quadrant • Identifies rays • Determines which lines are perpendicular (analysis) • Identifies acute angles • Recognizes the interior angle relationships of triangles • Classifies equilateral triangles • Identifies and names a rhombus • Identifies and names a quadrilateral • Compares polygons by properties • Identifies properties of quadrilaterals • Classifies polygons by type of angle • Identifies the number of edges on rectangular prisms • Determines which lines are perpendicular (analysis) • Recognizes the interior angle relationships of triangles • Classifies isosceles triangles • Classifies scalene triangles • Identifies properties of circles • Compares polygons by properties • Identifies properties of quadrilaterals • Determines the distance between two points • Classifies polygons by properties • Uses picture representations to identify symmetry of plane figures with respect to a point or lineIf your goal is greater than 240:    Determines which lines are perpendicular (analysis) • Recognizes the interior angle relationships of triangles • Classifies isosceles triangles • Classifies scalene triangles • Identifies properties of circles • Compares polygons by properties • Identifies properties of quadrilaterals • Determines the distance between two points • Classifies polygons by properties • Uses picture representations to identify symmetry of plane figures with respect to a point or line
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