Illinois Learning Standards
Stage F  Mathematics
Mathematics Classroom Assessments Aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards
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The assessments are coded according to learning standard and stage. Example: 6A.F is aligned to standard 6A, stage F (sixth grade). Sample student work, when available, will follow the assessment.

6A.F  Number Line
Determine the approximate value of each marking on a number line using fraction and decimal notation. 6B.F  Fraction of a Number
Demonstrate the meaning of multiplying fractions using color tiles.6B& 6C& 8C.F  Calculator Spelling
Create and solve number sentences on a calculator.6D.F  New Deck
Create a new deck of less than 52 cards showing given percents, explain how their created deck meets the criteria and how the sum of the percents can be more than 100%.7B.F  Estimation Zone
Estimate distance, weight, temperature, and elapsed time using reasonable units and will determine level accuracy by measuring using appropriate tool.7C.F Fish Tanks
Draw a diagram of a rectangular prismshaped and a triangular prismshaped fish tank labeling reasonable dimensions for a fish tank that might be purchased for a home. Calculate the surface area and volume, justifying the dimensions, procedures and calculations.8A & 8B.F Comparing Costs
Compare the costs of two cellular phone plans and determine the best rate.
8D.F Seesaw Balances
Determine how the weights of 7 objects on a seesaw can vary and still be in balance and write equations in algebraic terms. 9A & 10A & 10B & 6C & 7A.F Finding Pi
Determine the circumference and diameter of 6 different objects, calculate the sum, difference, product, and quotient of the circumference and diameter, and from these calculations determine thich relationship produces the value of pi.9B.F Incomplete Plans
Construct a building using snap cubes and an incomplete building plan (only two views) and draw the missing view.9B.F Polygons and Diagonals
Find the measure of the interior angles of given regular polygons and create a formula for finding the measure of the interior angles of any polygon.9C.F Quilt Patch Proof
Construct a convincing argument that the same amount of fabric is needed for each color of a quilt being made in a specific design and that one template will make both parts of the design. Justify the relationship between vertical angles and the sum of the interior angles of a triangle is 180º.10C.F Coin Drop
Calculate theoretical and empirical probability by dropping coins on a grid and recording data, and compare the theoretical to the empirical probability.
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