In the spring of every school year, we will take a state mandated test called the Nebraska State Accountability Math test (NeSA-M). Here is a list of the topics that will be assessed on this test.

MA 4.1.1.b Demonstrate multiple equivalent representations for decimal numbers through the hundredths place

MA 4.1.1.c Compare and order whole numbers and decimals through the hundredths place

MA 4.1.1.e Represent a fraction as parts of a whole, and/or parts of a set

MA 4.1.1.f Use visual models to find equivalent fractions

MA 4.1.1.h Locate fractions on a number line

MA 4.1.2.a Use drawings, words, and symbols to explain the meaning of division

MA 4.1.3.b Add and subtract decimals to the hundredth place

MA 4.1.3.c Multiply two-digit whole numbers

MA 4.1.3.e Mentally compute multiplication and division involving powers of 10

MA 4.1.3.f Select and apply the appropriate method of computation when problem solving

MA 4.2.1.a Identify two- and three- dimensional shapes according to their sides and angle properties

MA 4.2.1.b Classify an angle as acute, obtuse, and right

MA 4.2.1.c Identify parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines

MA 4.2.2.a Identify the ordered pair of a plotted point in first quadrant by its location

MA 4.2.5.b Identify time to the minute on an analog clock

MA 4.2.5.c Solve problems involving elapsed time

MA 4.2.5.d Identify the appropriate metric unit for measuring length, weight, and capacity/volume

MA 4.2.5.g Compute simple unit conversions for length within a system of measurement

MA 4.3.1.c Use ≤ and ≥ symbols to compare quantities

MA 4.3.1.d Select appropriate operational and relational symbols to make a number sentence true

MA 4.3.3.c Use symbolic representations of the commutative property of multiplication

MA 4.3.3.d Solve simple one-step whole number equations

MA 4.4.1.b Compare different representations of the same data

MA 4.4.1.c Interpret data and draw conclusions using dot/line plots

MA 4.4.2.a Make predictions based on data to answer questions from tables and bar graphs

MA 5.1.1.a Demonstrate multiple equivalent representations for whole numbers and decimals through the thousandths place

MA 5.1.1.b Compare and order whole numbers, fractions, and decimals through the thousandths place

MA 5.1.1.c Identify and name fractions in their simplest form and find common denominators for fractions

MA 5.1.1.d Recognize and generate equivalent forms of commonly used fractions, decimals, and percents

MA 5.1.1.e Classify a number as prime or composite

MA 5.1.1.f Identify factors and multiples of any whole number

MA 5.1.2.c Use words and symbols to explain the distributive property of multiplication over addition

MA 5.1.3.a Add and subtract positive rational numbers

MA 5.1.3.b Select, apply, and explain the appropriate method of computation when problem solving

MA 5.1.3.c Multiply decimals

MA 5.1.3.d Divide a decimal by a whole number

MA 5.1.4.a Estimate the sums and differences of positive rational numbers to check the reasonableness of such results

MA 5.2.1.a Identify the number of edges, faces, and vertices of triangular and rectangular prisms

MA 5.2.1.d Identify degrees on a circle

MA 5.2.2.a Plot the location of an ordered pair in the first quadrant

MA 5.2.5.b Identify correct unit (customary or metric) to the measurement situation

MA 5.2.5.f Determine the area of rectangles and squares

MA 5.3.2.a Model situations that involve the addition, subtraction, and multiplication of positive rational numbers using words, graphs, and tables

MA 5.3.3.b Use symbolic representations of the associative property

MA 5.3.3.c Evaluate numerical expressions by using parentheses with respect to order of operations

MA 5.3.3.d Evaluate simple algebraic expressions involving addition and subtraction

MA 5.3.3.e Solve one-step addition and subtraction equations involving common positive rational numbers

MA 5.4.1.a Represent data using line plots

MA 5.4.1.b Represent the same set of data in different formats

MA 5.4.1.c Draw conclusions based on a set of data

MA 5.4.3.b Generate a list of possible outcomes for a simple event

MA 5.4.3.c Explain the likelihood of an event that can be represented by a number from 0 to 1

__4th Grade__MA 4.1.1.b Demonstrate multiple equivalent representations for decimal numbers through the hundredths place

MA 4.1.1.c Compare and order whole numbers and decimals through the hundredths place

MA 4.1.1.e Represent a fraction as parts of a whole, and/or parts of a set

MA 4.1.1.f Use visual models to find equivalent fractions

MA 4.1.1.h Locate fractions on a number line

MA 4.1.2.a Use drawings, words, and symbols to explain the meaning of division

MA 4.1.3.b Add and subtract decimals to the hundredth place

MA 4.1.3.c Multiply two-digit whole numbers

MA 4.1.3.e Mentally compute multiplication and division involving powers of 10

MA 4.1.3.f Select and apply the appropriate method of computation when problem solving

MA 4.2.1.a Identify two- and three- dimensional shapes according to their sides and angle properties

MA 4.2.1.b Classify an angle as acute, obtuse, and right

MA 4.2.1.c Identify parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines

MA 4.2.2.a Identify the ordered pair of a plotted point in first quadrant by its location

MA 4.2.5.b Identify time to the minute on an analog clock

MA 4.2.5.c Solve problems involving elapsed time

MA 4.2.5.d Identify the appropriate metric unit for measuring length, weight, and capacity/volume

MA 4.2.5.g Compute simple unit conversions for length within a system of measurement

MA 4.3.1.c Use ≤ and ≥ symbols to compare quantities

MA 4.3.1.d Select appropriate operational and relational symbols to make a number sentence true

MA 4.3.3.c Use symbolic representations of the commutative property of multiplication

MA 4.3.3.d Solve simple one-step whole number equations

MA 4.4.1.b Compare different representations of the same data

MA 4.4.1.c Interpret data and draw conclusions using dot/line plots

MA 4.4.2.a Make predictions based on data to answer questions from tables and bar graphs

__5th Grade__MA 5.1.1.a Demonstrate multiple equivalent representations for whole numbers and decimals through the thousandths place

MA 5.1.1.b Compare and order whole numbers, fractions, and decimals through the thousandths place

MA 5.1.1.c Identify and name fractions in their simplest form and find common denominators for fractions

MA 5.1.1.d Recognize and generate equivalent forms of commonly used fractions, decimals, and percents

MA 5.1.1.e Classify a number as prime or composite

MA 5.1.1.f Identify factors and multiples of any whole number

MA 5.1.2.c Use words and symbols to explain the distributive property of multiplication over addition

MA 5.1.3.a Add and subtract positive rational numbers

MA 5.1.3.b Select, apply, and explain the appropriate method of computation when problem solving

MA 5.1.3.c Multiply decimals

MA 5.1.3.d Divide a decimal by a whole number

MA 5.1.4.a Estimate the sums and differences of positive rational numbers to check the reasonableness of such results

MA 5.2.1.a Identify the number of edges, faces, and vertices of triangular and rectangular prisms

MA 5.2.1.d Identify degrees on a circle

MA 5.2.2.a Plot the location of an ordered pair in the first quadrant

MA 5.2.5.b Identify correct unit (customary or metric) to the measurement situation

MA 5.2.5.f Determine the area of rectangles and squares

MA 5.3.2.a Model situations that involve the addition, subtraction, and multiplication of positive rational numbers using words, graphs, and tables

MA 5.3.3.b Use symbolic representations of the associative property

MA 5.3.3.c Evaluate numerical expressions by using parentheses with respect to order of operations

MA 5.3.3.d Evaluate simple algebraic expressions involving addition and subtraction

MA 5.3.3.e Solve one-step addition and subtraction equations involving common positive rational numbers

MA 5.4.1.a Represent data using line plots

MA 5.4.1.b Represent the same set of data in different formats

MA 5.4.1.c Draw conclusions based on a set of data

MA 5.4.3.b Generate a list of possible outcomes for a simple event

MA 5.4.3.c Explain the likelihood of an event that can be represented by a number from 0 to 1