California Common
Core Mathematics
Kindergarten – High School
How are the content standards organized?
The standards
are clustered into five domains. The domains are listed below.
Note
the changes that occur in some domains from K5 to 68 to High School (HS)
1^{st} 
2^{nd} 
3^{rd} 
4^{th} 
5^{th} 
6^{th} 
7^{th} 
8^{th} 
HS 

Geometry 
Geometry 

Measurement and Data 
Statistics & Probability 
Statistics & Probability 

Number & Operations: Base Ten 
Number System 
Number & Quantity 

Operations & Algebraic Thinking 
Expressions & Equations 
Algebra 

Counting & Cardinality 

Number & Operations: Fractions

Ratios & Proportional Relationships 
Functions 
Functions 
What are the Standards for
Mathematical Practice?
The Standards for
Mathematical Practice (SMPs) describe ways in which students engage with the
mathematics content throughout the grade levels. Students apply the practices
as they become competent practitioners in the elementary, middle and high
school years.
Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. 
Use appropriate tools strategically. 
Reason abstractly and quantitatively. 
Attend to precision. 
Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. 
Look for and make use of structure. 
Model with mathematics 
Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning. 
SMP Chart for Students and Parents
SMP Progression by grade (K12)
Why does the math look different?
The
language of the Common Core standards, the shifts in mathematics instruction,
and the goals of the Standards for Mathematical Practices have transformed the
way in which our students are learning mathematics.

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