## Units One & Two: The First Marking Period

**allows students to review and build on prior knowledge. It establishes routines and practices that will be used throughout the year. Unit One has four main areas of focus:**

Unit One

Unit One

~To explore patterns on number grids

~To review telling time, measuring lengths and using calculators

~To review data concepts and make predictions based on data

~To give equivalent names for numbers

**Unit Two**focuses on addition and subtraction with emphasis on basic facts and their extensions. Students will work with multi-digit addition and subtraction and using addition and subtraction to solve number stories. The main areas of focus will be:

~To review fact families and number families

~To review and solve "What's My Rule?" problems

~To use diagrams to help solve number stories

~To review algorithms for adding and subtracting.

__Skills and Key Concepts__

## Games to Reinforce Key Everyday Math Skills (click here)

## Unit One## 1.1- Compare and order whole numbers
Write the time in digital notation Complete number sequences Count by 1's and 10's from any number ## 1.2- Apply place value concepts in multidigit numbers
Compare and order whole numbers Count by 10's and 1's Describe patterns on number grids and solve number grid puzzles ## 1.3- Read and write whole numbers
Compare whole numbers Practice addition facts through 10 + 10 ## 1.4- Use a calculator to solve multidigit addition and subtraction problems
Measure line segments to the nearest inch and centimeter Use time to the nearest half-hour, quarter hour and five minutes Use the pattern block templates to draw and identify two dimensional object ## 1.5- Organize data in a tally chart
Make a bar graph for a set of data Find the maximum, minimum, range, median and mode of set of data Use graphics to answer simple questions ## 1.6- Write equivalent names for numbers
Practice addition and subtraction facts ## 1.7- Use basic probability terms
Describe certain and uncertain events ## 1.8- Compare whole numbers
Find differences bewteen pairs of numbers Use a number gird to solve problems ## 1.9- Use a calculator to review place value
Identify the numbers 10 and 100 more/less than a given number Find multiples using calculator skip counts Solve calculator addition and subtraction problems ## 1.10- Identify value of digits in decimal (dollar and cents) notation
Write money amounts in decimal (dollar and cents) notation Compare money amounts Calculate values of coin and bill combinations ## 1.11- Compare and order money amounts
Add money amounts, count up or find the difference to make change Practice estimation skills with money amounts ## 1.12- Compare and order numbers to solve number patterns
Use addition and subtraction facts to complete Frames-and-Arrows diagrams Solve problems involving number patterns ## 1.13- Calculate elapsed time using relationships between minutes and hours
Tell time on an analog clock and write time in digital notation Record sunrise/sunset data ## Vocabulary for Unit Oneanswer key
arrow rule bar graph calculate centimeter data bank decimal decimal point difference elapsed time equivalent essay estimate estimation event frame frames-and-arrows glossary inch index line plot make change mathematical tools maximum median mode name-collection box number grid range regular price sale price table of contents tally chart tool kit units |
## Unit Two## 2.1- Use fact triangles and fact families to develop automaticity with addition and subtraction facts.
Use mental arithmetic to solve problems Use patterns in the addition/subtraction facts tables to find basic facts Use the turn-around rule (commutative property) for addition ## 2.2- Use basic addition/subtraction facts to solve problems with multiples of 10 and extended fact problems
Solve calculator addition/subtraction puzzles Describe and extend patterns among facts and their extensions ## 2.3- Use basic facts to compute extended facts.
Describe rules for patterns and use them to solve problems. Describe rules and patterns in "What's My Rule tables; use them to solve + and - problems. ## 2.4- Solve multidigit number stories using addition and subtractions.
Explain strategies for solving number stories Solve addition and subtraction number stories using parts and total diagrams. Write number models to summarize addition and subtraction number stories. ## 2.5- Use basic facts to solve extended fact problems.
Use and explain strategies for solving + and - number stories. Solve change to more and change to less problems. Write number models for + and - number stories. ## 2.6- Use basic facts to solve extended fact problems.
Use and explain strategies for solving + an - number stories. Write number models for + and - number stories. ## 2.7- Model multidigit numbers with base 10 blocks.
Use basic facts to solve extended fact problems with the partial sums algorithm to 3 digit addends. Make ballpark estimates as a check for reasonableness of answers. ## 2.8- Use place value concepts to apply the counting up and trade-first algorithms.
Use basic facts to solve extended facts using trade-first subtraction. Use base 10 blocks to model and solve subtraction problems. Make ballpark estimates as a check for reasonableness of answers. ## 2.9- Use basic facts to solve extended fact problems.
Solve addition problems with 3 or more addends. Use a parts and total diagram to solve addition stories with 3 or more addends. Practice adding 3 or 4 numbers in a convenient/logical order. ## Vocabulary for Unit Twoaddend
ballpark estimate change diagram change-to-less number story comparison diagram complement counting-up method deposit fact extension fact family function machine input label measurement unit number family number model output partial-sums algorithm partial-sums method parts-and-total diagram parts-and-total number story rule trade-first algorithm turn-around rule unit box “What’s My Rule?” |