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# What are we learning in Mathematics?

First Quarter

Numeration

Place Value

Patterns

## and properties of operations to

perform multi-digit arithmetic

nearest 10 or 100

subtraction

## Write consecutive whole

numbers on number lines

## Use patterns to determine

Compare 3-digit numbers and
write number sentences showing
Compare and order three 4-digit
numbers using a place-value

Place Value

## Represent fractions with

denominators of 10, 100, and 1000 as
decimals

## Write decimals in standard form,

word form, and expanded form
through thousandths

thousandths

Decimals

## Learn how digits within a multi-digit

whole number relate to each other by

## Represent decimals (tenths and

hundredths) as fractions

word form

## Identify the value of digits in whole

numbers up to billions

the comparison

billions

## Use pictures and place-value

blocks to model 3 digit numbers

patterns

## Write the standard, expanded, and

word form of whole numbers in the

## Identify and extend repeating

geometric and repeating numeric

## Use place value understanding

to round whole numbers to the

chart

problems

and Subtraction

## Use mental math to add and

Use number lines to explore how
to round 2 or 3-digit numbers to
the nearest 10 or 100

differences

compensation

thousandths

problems

## Use rounding and compatible

numbers to estimate sums and
differences of whole numbers and

Whole Numbers

## Add numbers to hundreds and

Multiplication of Whole

regrouping

Numbers

## Subtract numbers to thousands with

and without regrouping

## Compute sums and differences of

decimals involving tenths,

## Add and subtract decimals in tenths

mentally
sums and differences

decimals

## Apply a variety of methods to add

and subtract whole numbers

## Using Place Value to Add

hundred-thousands

digit numbers

## and use the two properties

together to check their work

order numbers

## Associative, Identity and Zero

thousands

properties of multiplication

and Subtract

## numbers using place-value patterns

sentence or equation

## Use place-value blocks to model

Multiplying by 1-digit

regrouping

mentally

## Draw a picture to help write a

number sentence and solve a

expanded algorithm

Estimate differences

regrouping

the same number

## Use the distributive property to

simplify expressions and solve
equations

## Use partial products or the

multi-digit numbers by a one-digit
number

problems

## Find the quotient of a division

problem whose dividend is a multiple
of 10, where division involves a basic

reasonableness

numbers

reasonable

problem

numbers

Numbers

value

numbers

fact

## Use rounding and compatible

numbers to estimate quotients of
whole numbers

Meanings of
Multiplication

sentences

## Write multiplication sentences

for arrays and use arrays to
solve problems

## Use the commutative property

of multiplication

sharing money

quotient

## Use pictures and equations to help

represent the remainder in a division
problem

## Write math stories for given

multiplication facts

Write explanations of
multiplication problems to
demonstrate understanding

## What are we learning in Mathematics?

Second Quarter 2016-2017
Second
Quarter

## Multiplication Facts: Use

Multiplying by 2-Digit

Patterns

Numbers

## Use patterns to multiply with

2, 5, and 9 as factors
Use patterns and properties to

## multiply with 0 and 1 as

factors

Divide by multiples of 10

## Identify one and two-digit

quotients

Multiplying Decimals

## Estimate products of whole

numbers and decimals

multiples of 10

## Use mental math to multiply

decimals by 10,100, and 1,000

products

## Analyze word problems and locate

missing or extra information.

## Multiply using arrays and an

expanded algorithm with partial

## Create visual representations for

division problems

arrays

Known Facts

numbers

## estimate the product of 2-digit

10 as a factor

multiply by multiples of 10

## Use rounding to estimate the

product of 2-digit numbers

## Use patterns to multiply with

Use basic multiplication facts

## Use patterns to find products

with factors of 2, 5, and 9

## Use number sense or models to

find products involving decimals

## and decimals using the standard

questions

algorithm

facts
Use known facts to find
products with 3, 4, 6, 7, and 8
as factors

## Record division as repeated

subtraction

possible combinations
Solve multi-step problems

## Use repeated subtraction to

model division

to find products
Multiply to find the number of

## Use place value to understand

the algorithm of long division

## problems involving sharing

and record solutions using
division number sentences

divisors

## Use mental math to divide

decimals by 10, 100, or 1,000

division

## Understand and explain the

placement of the decimal point in
decimal division

numbers

decimals

## find the answer to division

Solve word problems by writing

## Use compatible numbers,

rounding, multiplication facts,

problems

## Use basic facts and patterns of

zeros to solve division problems

## Use models to solve division

Dividing Decimals

## Use the standard algorithm to

divide 2-digit by 1-digit numbers

Meanings of Division

## Solve multi-step problems

Divisors

Multiplication
Use known facts and patterns

numbers

## Find the product of two decimal

estimate quotients

## Divide whole numbers by 1-digit

divisors resulting in quotients

Numerical Expressions,
Patterns & Relationships

## equations that represent the

problem situation

with remainders

Interpret remainders

## variables to represent relations

involving division

## represent multiplication and

expressed verbally

## objects and drawing a picture

Division Facts
Relate division and

fact families
Use fact families with divisors
of 2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and 9
Solve multiple-step problems
Use multiplication and division
facts to find the value of an
unknown in an equation
Divide with 0 and 1
Use multiplication and division
facts to solve problems
Draw a picture and write a
number sentence to solve a
division problem

problems

operations

expressions

## Determine whether a number is

prime or composite

## Use models and computations to

find equivalent fractions

## Use a number line to compare,

order, and find equivalent

## Use the order of operations to

evaluate expressions with whole

## Use the order of operations to

simply and solve basic algebraic

## Identify factors of whole numbers

using multiplication

## Use given values for variables to

evaluate numerical or algebraic

Ordering

## Determine a rule for a completed

table, and use the rule to write an
expression

given rules

## Identify relationships between

corresponding terms in a

fractions

sequence

expressions

problems

## Third Quarter 2016-2017

February

Understanding Fractions

and denominator

## Divide regions into equal parts

and use models to identify
fractional parts of a region or
set

## Use repeated subtraction to model

division
Record division as repeated

subtraction
Use place value to understand the

## algorithm of long division

Use the standard algorithm to
divide 2-digit by 1-digit numbers

set

## Identify fractions and mixed

numbers on a number line

## Use benchmark fractions to

estimate fractional parts

## Identify and draw fractional

parts of a length

Equivalence

form

## Explain how to estimate fractional

amounts of objects

## Identify and describe points, lines,

and planes
Learn geometric terms to describe

## parts of lines, and types of angles

Understand how to find the measure

## circle to find angle measures

Use a smaller angle to measure a

## larger angle by repeating the unit

Find unknown angle measures by

## Determine common multiples and

least common multiples of numbers
Find common denominators for
fractions with unlike denominators
Use models and computational

## of an angle using equivalent

fractions
Use unit angles and fractions of a

## Use a number line to estimate sums

and differences of fractions

## Make a table and use a pattern

to solve a problem

Fractions

## fractions with unlike denominators

and subtraction of fractions

## Draw a picture and write an equation

to solve a problem

## Use models to compare

fractions with the same
denominator

## Use models to compare

fractions with the same
numerator

## Use benchmark numbers to

Measure and draw angles using a

protractor
Identify polygons
Identify and classify triangles
Determine if a plane figure has line
symmetry and, if so, how many lines

compare fractions

## Use a number line to compare

fractions

of symmetry it has
Solve problems by making and
testing generalizations

Numbers

## Write improper fractions as mixed

numbers and mixed numbers as
improper fractions

## Place improper fractions and mixed

numbers on a number line

## Estimate sums and differences of

fractions and mixed numbers by
rounding to the nearest whole
number

mixed numbers

## Solve more complex problems

subtraction of mixed numbers

Time

March

## Tell and write time to the half

hour and quarter hour

minute

Numbers

## Solve simpler unit of time

conversions

like denominators

two events

problems

Area

## What does area mean?

How can you measure area?
What are different ways to find

## the area of a shape?

How can you use simpler

## problems to solve a problem?

How can rectangles with the
same area have different
perimeters?

## Measure the area of a shape by

counting the number of square

## Use standard units of area and

counting to measure the area of
a shape

## Use compatible numbers and

rounding to estimate with fractions

mixed numbers

denominators

multiplying

numbers

by whole numbers

Concepts

## procedures to add or subtract

Extending Fraction

## Use unit fractions and

multiplication to describe
fractions

## Use diagrams and write equations to

solve problems with unit fractions

mixed numbers

number line

## Find the elapsed time between

problems

Volumes of Solids

## Identify three-dimensional shapes

according to face, edges, and vertices

## Use objects to act out or break apart

problems into simpler ones in order

## numbers using models or symbols

using a formula

to solve problems

## Use the area of rectangles to

to reach a solution

rectangular solids

prisms

simpler problem

## Compare different rectangles

with the same area to discover
the change in perimeter

## Use equal-area parts of figures

to model unit fractions

## Select appropriate units and

tools for measuring the area of
given items

April

## Measurement and Data

Solving Measurement
Problems

## Choose an appropriate unit

and tool
Identify objects that weigh
about an ounce, a pound, or a
ton
Identify objects with a mass of

Units of Measure

## Use diagrams to show data and

analyze how the quantities are
related to solve real-world
measurement problems

yards)

## Convert from one unit of customary

capacity to another (gallons, quarts,

## pictograph and a bar graph

Make a pictograph from a table

or tally chart
Make a bar graph to represent
data in a table or tally chart

quantities

## Use the formulas for the

to solve real-world problems
Construct a line plot using given
data

## Convert one metric unit of length

into another (millimeters,

by counting

a pattern to fit

pints, cups)

## Convert from one metric unit of

capacity to another (milliliter, liter)

## Convert from one metric unit of mass

to another (milligrams, grams,
kilograms)

measurements in fractions of a
unit

## What are we learning in Mathematics?

Fourth Quarter 2016-2017
April

## Measurement and Data

Choose an appropriate unit
and tool
Identify objects that weigh

## Read and interpret data from a

Solving Measurement

Units of Measure

yards)

pints, cups)

## Solve real world problems that

involve money and giving change
by counting

## Convert from one unit of customary

capacity to another (gallons, quarts,

measurement problems

## Convert from one unit of customary

length to another (feet, inches,

## Use diagrams to show data and

analyze how the quantities are

ton

Problems

## about an ounce, a pound, or a

Identify objects with a mass of

## Convert from one customary unit of

weight to another (pounds, ounces,

## Make a pictograph from a table

or tally chart
Make a bar graph to represent

quantities

a pattern to fit

data

## Use the formulas for the

to solve real-world problems

## Convert from one metric unit of

capacity to another (milliliter, liter)

## Convert from one metric unit of mass

to another (milligrams, grams,
kilograms)

measurements in fractions of a
unit

May

Two-Dimensional Shapes

Measurement Units

and Conversions

## Identify and describe lines and

line segments
Identify and classify polygons

quarts, gallons

line plots

graphs

customary units

surveys

## Identify and classify triangles

Cut apart shapes and

## Interpret line plots and identify

outliers

unit of length

Combine and separate shapes

## Estimate and measure length by

choosing the most appropriate

Data

## rearrange the pieces to make

new shapes
Solve a problem by first solving
a simpler problem

## Estimate fluently and measure

with units of weight

## units to find perimeter

Find the perimeter of common
shapes
Match shapes to given

## Use information from a line plot

to solve problems involving data

## using these metric units

Classifying Plane

## Estimate and measure with units

of mass- grams and kilograms

## Compare several different units of

time and freely convert from one

perimeters
Recognize that different shapes

## and liters. Measure capacity

perimeter of a shape
Select appropriate tools and

## the nearest centimeter, and

choose the most appropriate

Perimeter

Figures

polygons

## measurements, or quantities that

led to a result that is given.

## Classify two-dimensional figures

into categories based on their

## Solve problems that require

finding the original times,

properties

## Classify and describe attributes

of triangles

Describe attributes of

shapes

June

## Liquid Volume and

Mass
Choose an appropriate unit
and tool
Estimate and measure in cups,
pints, quarts, and gallons
Identify objects which hold
about a cup, pint, quart, or
gallon

## Use the distributive property to

evaluate expressions
Identify missing numbers in

algebraic expressions
Use variables to write algebraic

expressions
Identify variable and operation in

algebraic expressions
Use basic facts and patterns to

divide mentally
Solve word problems involving

## division of large numbers

to thousandths
Identify place value for digits in

decimal numbers
Use place value to round decimals

to any place
Estimate quotients with 2-digit

divisors

## Identify objects that hold about

a liter or a milliliter
Estimate and measure in
grams and kilograms
Identify objects with a mass of
Estimate and measure in
ounces, pounds and tons
Identify objects that weigh
about an ounce, a pound, or a
ton

Coordinate Geometry

decimal grids

coordinate grid

## Find the distance between two

points by using ordered pairs

point

## Find the distance between two

points by finding competent
distances first
Graph ordered pairs and look for
a pattern
Work backward to solve a problem

## Understand the concept of a ratio

and use ratio language to
describe a ratio relationship
between two quantities

## Find the rate and unit rate to

compare quantities

## Draw a picture to solve a

problem involving units of
capacity and mass

Data
Use a line plot to organize the
results of an experiment
Collect data by measuring
lengths to the nearest fourth
of an inch and make line

Divide by fractions
Multiply fractions and whole

numbers
Measure volume by counting unit

cubes
Understand what volume is
Find volume of rectangular prisms
using a formula

proportional

## Read and interpret data from a

pictograph and a bar graph
Make a pictograph from a table
or tally chart
Make a bar graph to represent
data in a table or tally chart

## Create and use ratio tables to

solve a proportion

## Use unit rates to compare two

rates that have the same unit of
measure

prism

## Multiply decimals that require

the insertion of zeros in the

## plots to organize the data

and draw conclusions

product

## Identify the greatest common

factor of a set of numbers

## Write expressions to describe

patterns in an input/output table

## Use the properties of operations

to rewrite expressions

## Solve problems by using tables

and graphs to draw
conclusions