**8.NA**– Number and algebra**8.NA.1**– Apply multiplicative strategies flexibly to whole numbers, ratios, and equivalent fractions (including decimals and percentages)**8.NA.2**– Use multiplication and division as inverse operations on whole numbers**8.NA.3**– Apply additive strategies flexibly to decimals and integers**8.NA.4**– Find and represent relationships in spatial and number patterns, using:**8.NA.4.a**– Tables and graphs**8.NA.4.b**– Equations for linear relationships**8.NA.4.c**– recursive rules for non-linear relationships

**8.NA.5**– Apply inverse operations to simple linear relationships.

**8.GM**– Geometry and measurement**8.GM.1**– Use metric and other standard measures**8.GM.2**– Make simple conversions between units, using decimals**8.GM.3**– Use side or edge lengths to find the perimeters and areas of rectangles, parallelograms, and triangles and the volumes of cuboids**8.GM.4**– Sort two and three-dimensional shapes into classes, considering the relationships between the classes and justifying the decisions made**8.GM.5**– Identify and describe the features of shapes or patterns that change or do not change under transformation**8.GM.6**– Create or identify nets for rectangular prisms and other simple solids, given particular requirements**8.GM.7**– Draw or make objects, given their plan, front, and side views or their perspective views**8.GM.8**– Describe locations and give directions, using scales, bearings, and co-ordinates.

**8.S**– Statistics**8.S.1**– Investigate summary, comparison, and relationship questions by using the statistical enquiry cycle:**8.S.1.a**– Gather or access multivariate category, measurement, and time-series data**8.S.1.b**– Sort data and display it in multiple ways, identifying patterns, variations, relationships, and trends and using ideas about middle and spread where appropriate**8.S.1.c**– Interpret results in context, identifying factors that produce uncertainty

**8.S.2**– Express as fractions the likelihoods of outcomes for situations involving chance, checking for consistency between experimental results and models of all possible outcomes.