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Operations and Algebraic Thinking 


RIT Band 
Concepts to Introduce 
111–120 
Addition / Subtraction:

131–140 
Addition / Subtraction:

Represent and Solve Word Problems:


141–150 
Addition / Subtraction:

Counting and Cardinality:


Properties and Relationships of Operations:


Represent and Solve Word Problems:


151–160 
Addition / Subtraction:

Represent and Solve Word Problems:


161–170 
Addition / Subtraction:

Multiplication / Division:


Number Sentences / Equations / Equivalence:


Represent and Solve Word Problems:


171–180 
Represent and Solve Word Problems:

181–190 
Multiplication / Division:

Properties and Relationships of Operations:


Represent and Solve Word Problems:


191–200 
Properties and Relationships of Operations:

Represent and Solve Word Problems:


201–220 
Multiplication / Division:

Represent and Solve Word Problems:


221–230 
Multiplication / Division:

Number and Operations 


RIT Band 
Concepts to Introduce 
101–110 
Counting and Cardinality:

111–120 
Compare / Order:

Counting and Cardinality:


Place Value:


121–130 
Compare / Order:

Counting and Cardinality:


131–140 
Compare / Order:

Number Line:


141–150 
Compare / Order:

Place Value:


151–160 
Compare / Order:

Place Value:


161–170 
Addition / Subtraction:

Number Line:


Place Value:


171–180 
Addition / Subtraction:

Compare / Order:


Number Sentences / Equations / Equivalence:


Place Value:


Properties and Relationships of Operations:


Rounding / Estimation (Whole Numbers and Decimals):


181–190 
Addition / Subtraction:

Fractions—Represent / Model:


Place Value:


191–220 
Place Value:

221–230 
Fractions—Equivalence:

Measurement and Data 


RIT Band 
Concepts to Introduce 
101–110 
Length:

Volume:


111–120 
Data Analysis:

Length:


Weight / Mass:


121–130 
Data Analysis:

Length:


Time:


131–140 
Data Analysis:

Data Representation:


Length:


141–150 
Data Analysis:

Length:


151–160 
Data Representation:

Length:


161–170 
Data Analysis:

Length:


Money:


Perimeter / Circumference:


Problem Solving with Units:


Time:


171–180 
Money:

Perimeter / Circumference:


Time:


181–190 
Area:

Length:


Time:


191–210 
Data Analysis:

Money:


Time:


Represent and Solve Word Problems:


211–220 
Time:

Geometry 


RIT Band 
Concepts to Introduce 
111–120 
Identification and Classification of 2D Shapes:

Identification and Classification of 3D Shapes:


Spatial Concepts and Symmetry:


121–130 
Identification and Classification of 2D Shapes:

Spatial Concepts and Symmetry:


131–140 
Identification and Classification of 2D Shapes:

Identification and Classification of 3D Shapes:


Spatial Concepts and Symmetry:


141–150 
Identification and Classification of 2D Shapes:

Spatial Concepts and Symmetry:


151–160 
Fractions—Represent / Model:

Identification and Classification of 3D Shapes:


Spatial Concepts and Symmetry:


161–170 
Fractions—Represent / Model:

Identification and Classification of 2D Shapes:


Identification and Classification of 3D Shapes:


Spatial Concepts and Symmetry:


171–180 
Identification and Classification of 3D Shapes:

181–190 
Fractions—Represent / Model:

Identification and Classification of 2D Shapes:


191–200 
Fractions—Represent / Model:

201–210 
Fractions—Represent / Model:

Foundational Skills 


RIT Band 
Concepts to Introduce 
111–120 
Phonics—Consonants:

121–130 
Alphabetic Concepts:

Phonics—Consonants:


Phonics—Decoding:


Phonics—High Frequency and Sight Words:


Sentence and Word Concepts:


131–140 
Book Concepts:

Phonics—Consonants:


Phonemic Awareness—Blending:


Phonemic Awareness—Initial Sounds:


Phonological Awareness—Rhyming:


Sentence and Word Concepts:


141–150 
Phonics—Consonants:

Phonics—Decoding:


Phonemic Awareness—Blending:


Phonemic Awareness—Ending Sounds:


Phonemic Awareness—Initial Sounds:


Phonemic Awareness—Manipulation:


151–180 
Book Concepts:

Phonics—Decoding:


Phonics—Rhyming:


Phonics—Syllabication:


Phonemic Awareness—Manipulation:


181–190 
Phonics—Decoding:

Language and Writing 


RIT Band 
Concepts to Introduce 
111–120 
Prepositions, Conjunctions, Interjections:

121–130 
Ending Punctuation:

131–150 
Ending Punctuation:

Sentence Completeness:


Spelling Patterns:


151–160 
Adverbs:

Agreement:


Capitalization:


Editing and Proofreading:


Ending Punctuation:


Nouns:


Prepositions, Conjunctions, Interjections:


Pronouns:


Revising:


Verbs:


161–170 
Adjectives:

Agreement:


Capitalization:


Commas:


Drafting:


Editing and Proofreading:


Introductions, Transitions, Conclusions:


Main Ideas, Topic Sentence, Supporting Details:


Nouns:


Pronouns:


Spelling Patterns:


Verbs:


171–180 
Apostrophes:

Capitalization:


Drafting:


Editing and Proofreading:


Introductions, Transitions, Conclusions:


Main Ideas, Topic Sentence, Supporting Details:


Quotation Marks and Dialogue:


Research Questions, Sources, Thesis Statement:


Sentence Completeness:


Spelling—Affixes and Roots:


181–190 
Commas:

Introductions, Transitions, Conclusions:


Research Questions, Sources, Thesis Statement:


191–200 
Commas:

Sentence Structure:


Research Questions, Sources, Thesis Statement:

Literature and Informational Text 


RIT Band 
Concepts to Introduce 
111–120 
Main or Central Idea, Topic, Titles:

121–130 
Book Concepts:

Characterization:


Locating Information:


Main or Central Idea, Topic, Titles:


131–140 
Inferences, Conclusions, Predictions:

Plot:


Sequencing:


Setting:


141–150 
Author's Craft—Figurative Language 
Locating Information:


151–160 
Assertions and Claims:

Author's Craft—Figurative Language:


Author's Craft—Perspective, Attitude:


Book Concepts:


Characterization:


Locating Information:


Plot:


Text Features, Visuals:


Theme, Moral, Lesson:


161–170 
Author's Craft—Figurative Language:

Cause and Effect:


Characteristics of Genre—Literary:


Characterization:


Facts and Opinions:


Locating Information:


Main or Central Idea, Topic, Titles:


Plot:


Purpose:


Supporting Details:


Text Features, Visuals:


Theme, Moral, Lesson:


171–180 
Characteristics of Genre—Literary:

Inferences, Conclusions, Predictions:


Locating Information:


Plot:


Point of View:


Purpose:


Setting:


Text Features, Visuals:


181–210 
Author's Craft—Imagery, Description:

Main or Central Idea, Topic, Titles:


Supporting Details:


Text Features, Visuals:


Text Structure—Organization:


211–220 
Author's Craft—Figurative Language:

Vocabulary Use and Functions 


RIT Band 
Concepts to Introduce 
131–140 
Unknown and MultipleMeaning Words:

Word Categorization, Classification:


Word Relationships:


141–150 
Base Words, Affixes:

Word Categorization, Classification:


Word Relationships:


151–160 
Base Words, Affixes:

Unknown and MultipleMeaning Words:


Word Nuances and Shades of Meaning:


161–180 
Academic and Content Vocabulary:

Base Words, Affixes:


Word Nuances and Shades of Meaning:


181–190 
Academic and Content Vocabulary:

Unknown and MultipleMeaning Words:


191–200 
Base Words, Affixes:

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