Scope and Sequence:
|Quarter 1||Quarter 2||Quarter 3||Quarter 4|
|Unit Titles||Numerical and Proportion Reasoning Part 1
Numerical and proportional Reasoning Part 2
|Algebraic Reasoning: Patterns and Functions
|CMT Intensive Review
Numerical and Proportional Reasoning Part 3
|Data Probability and Statistics
Numerical and Proportional Reasoning Part 4
(grade level expectations or standards)
|Locate, label, compare and order numbers to 1,000
Place value, patterns and number lines
Determine and compare the values of sets of coins and write the value using decimal notation
Regroup forms of two and three-digit numbers
State multiplication and division facts with factors of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10.
Write and solve multiplication and division stories,
multiplication and division of two and three digit numbers by one-digit numbers
|Explore and describe patterns and sequences using tables, graphs and charts.
Reflect on mathematical relationships involving additions, subtraction, multiplication and division as open number sentences
Match number sentences to story problem.
Demonstrate equivalence using the commutative and associative properties of whole numbers.
Sort polygons and solids through using characteristics such as the relationship of sides (parallel), (perpendicular), kinds of angles, (acute, right and obtuse), symmetry and congruence
|Use models and pictures to represent fractions and label the parts with words and symbols.
Use counting and grouping of objects to find equal parts of a set of objects and use models and number patterns to identify amounts such as 2/3 of 12 is 8.
Estimate fractional values and measure to the nearest half unit with the aid of number lines and rulers.
Identify equivalent fractions
Compare and order fractions with like and unlike denominators of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8.
Identify patterns with equivalent ratio.
Draw and interpret simple maps using coordinate system, shapes of pictures.
Tell time to the minute, using analog and digital clocks, and identify AM and PM.
Use calendars and clocks to plan and sequence events.
Estimate time problems
|Display, read, interpret and draw conclusions from data that is represented in a variety of ways including tables, charts, lists, diagrams, line plots and bar graphs.
Identify range and mode for given sets of data.
Make predictions and test them by conducting probability experiments and recording results.
Construct and use models to identify equivalent fractions and to compare and order fractions with like and unlike denominators.
Simplifying fractions to lowest terms
Ordering fractions with different denominators.
|Numbers Up to 1,000
Values of Coins
The Facts, Gimme Just the Facts
It Must Be Thanksgiving
Begin With Buttons
Bulletin Board Border
|Mars Fraction Hunt
The Deluxe Birthday Cake
Time For Spongebob
The King’s Foot
|Every Breath You Take
First Names First
Tidying Up The White House
(text, calcs, manips)