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Fall Semester (Sep-Dec)

Semester 1 Week 1

In this lesson, students develop number sense through counting, representing numbers, and comparing values. Starting with basic counting skills, students learn to look at picture representations of numbers (e.g., a picture of 5 balls represent the value of the number 5), and are able to identify the values of those numbers, read and write the numbers, and compare the values. Applied skills include one to one correspondence, subitizing, number pattern identification, and ordering numbers.

In this worksheet, we work on numbers to 10, including counting, representing numbers, and comparing values.

In working with numbers up to 1000, students build upon their foundational counting and number pattern skills, and apply these skills to work with larger numbers. Students will learn to use skip counting, estimation, place value understanding, and number comparisons to solve multi digit addition and subtraction problems. Students will interpret and utilize base ten representations and facts, to weave conceptual understanding with effective problem solving.

In this worksheet, we focus on counting larger numbers, skip counting, and comparing numbers to solve multi digit addition and subtraction problems.

Students will apply counting skills within hundreds and thousands, using the number 1,000 as a reference, to estimate and count larger numbers. Use of fixed amounts also helps with pattern recognition in number sequences. As larger numbers represent authentic numbers in real life, students will solve word problems within these contexts and may apply larger numbers to real life through authentic tools such as money. Students can practice representing numbers in standard and expanded numeric and word forms.

In this worksheet, we focus on building numbers to 10,000 using place value understanding, written place value words, and number patterns.

In Numbers to 100,000, students apply place value mastery by counting and comparing numbers by units of hundreds, thousands, and ten thousands. They will identify the place value of each digit given standard and expanded forms of multi digit numbers. Students also use place value understanding to identify patterns in number sequences.

In this worksheet, we focus on using place value understanding to count using five digit numbers.

In this lesson, students use place value understanding to determine size of numbers. Foundational skills are built upon as they work with larger numbers and extend on their understanding of number patterns and rounding digits with higher place value. Students also work on accurate written representation of larger numbers.

In this worksheet, we focus on counting and writing numbers with values up to 10,000,000, using place value understanding.

Semester 1 Week 2

In this lesson, students develop number sense through counting, representing numbers, and comparing values. Starting with basic counting skills, students learn to look at picture representations of numbers (e.g., a picture of 5 balls represent the value of the number 5), and are able to identify the values of those numbers, read and write the numbers, and compare the values. Applied skills include one to one correspondence, subitizing, number pattern identification, and ordering numbers.

In this worksheet, we work on numbers to 10, including counting, representing numbers, and comparing values.

Grade 2 Numbers to 1000 Counting and Place Value

In working with numbers up to 1000, students build upon their foundational counting and number pattern skills, and apply these skills to work with larger numbers. Students will learn to use skip counting, estimation, place value understanding, and number comparisons to solve multi digit addition and subtraction problems. Students will interpret and utilize base ten representations and facts, to weave conceptual understanding with effective problem solving.

In this worksheet, we focus on counting larger numbers, skip counting, and comparing numbers to solve multi digit addition and subtraction problems.

Grade 3 Numbers to 10,000 Counting and Place Value

Students will apply counting skills within hundreds and thousands, using the number 1,000 as a reference, to estimate and count larger numbers. Use of fixed amounts also helps with pattern recognition in number sequences. As larger numbers represent authentic numbers in real life, students will solve word problems within these contexts and may apply larger numbers to real life through authentic tools such as money. Students can practice representing numbers in standard and expanded numeric and word forms.

In this worksheet, we focus on building numbers to 10,000 using place value understanding, written place value words, and number patterns.

Grade 4 Numbers to 100,000 Counting and Place Value

In Numbers to 100,000, students apply place value mastery by counting and comparing numbers by units of hundreds, thousands, and ten thousands. They will identify the place value of each digit given standard and expanded forms of multi digit numbers. Students also use place value understanding to identify patterns in number sequences.

In this worksheet, we focus on using place value understanding to count using five digit numbers.

Grade 5 Numbers to 10,000,000 Counting and Place Value

In this lesson, students use place value understanding to determine size of numbers. Foundational skills are built upon as they work with larger numbers and extend on their understanding of number patterns and rounding digits with higher place value. Students also work on accurate written representation of larger numbers.

In this worksheet, we focus on counting and writing numbers with values up to 10,000,000, using place value understanding.

Semester 1 Week 3

Addition Facts to 10 teaches counting on, which is essentially adding by one, increasing the total as students count. Students count objects, use pictorial representations, then apply these skills with printed numbers. They learn that addition means to add a given number onto an initial number, and that these two parts equal their combined values, thus introducing the meaning of the equal sign as requiring equivalence and not indicating a next step. Teach students to actively apply the properties of addition, and practice adding different combinations to 10. They will also determine the missing numbers in different locations within a number sentence, using number bonds.

In this worksheet, we work on addition to 10, properties of addition, and practice adding different combinations to 10. They will also determine the missing numbers in different locations within a number sentence, using number bonds.

Addition to 1000 moves students from concrete to abstract ability in adding multi digit numbers. Place value understanding and base ten interpretation are securely established in order to regroup numbers. Students can start by building numbers by place value with hands-on manipulatives, before moving on to pictorial representations of these numbers. Students should work with concrete and pictorial tools to develop a solid and conceptual understanding of regrouping. Finally, teach students to use conceptual understanding of each digit’s place value with the standard algorithm. Students develop mastery of regrouping within each place value in order to regroup larger numbers accurately and efficiently.

In this worksheet, we focus on adding multi digit numbers with sums to 1000, without regrouping. Students use place value understanding of each digit to solve.

Grade 3 Mental Math and Estimation

Practicing mental math requires place value understanding. Teach students how to mentally add and subtract by decomposing numbers or reformulating numbers through compensation. Use place value understanding and rounding skills to estimate numbers and make sense of reasonable answers.

In this worksheet, we focus on using mental math strategies to add or subtract two digit numbers.

Grade 4 Estimation and Number Theory

Estimation is an important tool in math reasoning. Estimating utilizes strong place value understanding and is useful to check solutions quickly. Students who develop solid number theory are able to detect relationships among numbers, which cross many mathematical skills and serve as bases for higher skills. In these lessons, student learn to determine factors and multiples of specific numbers within 100, including common factors and common multiples numbers share.

In this worksheet, we focus on using estimation skills in solving multi digit problems with all four operations.

Grade 5 Whole Number Multiplication and Division

Students are taught to multiply and divide four digit numbers by two digit numbers, in problems including extended factors of tens, hundreds, and thousands. They will learn accessible strategies for multiplication and division of basic multi digit numbers, such as decomposing numbers and multiplying or dividing in parts, as demonstrated through area models, as well as the standard algorithms for efficient problem solving.

In this worksheet, we focus on multiplication of numbers and their extensions by tens and hundreds, with missing factors or products.

Grade 1 Subtraction Facts to 10

The concept of subtraction centers around the difference between a larger and a smaller number. Students will learn that one part is taken away from a larger whole, and the order of these cannot be reversed. Counting back is a useful tool to introduce this concept, since numbers become smaller in value when counting backwards, Students can practice this concretely on a ten frame or pictorially with a number line. As in addition, students should reinforce understanding of parts equalling a whole. In subtraction they are determining the unknown whole number. They continue to practice understanding the concept of equal, since the value of a part removed from a whole equals the remaining part.

In this worksheet, we work on subtraction to 10, practice this concretely on a ten frame or pictorially with a number line.

Addition to 1000 moves students from concrete to abstract ability in adding multi digit numbers. Place value understanding and base ten interpretation are securely established in order to regroup numbers. Students can start by building numbers by place value with hands-on manipulatives, before moving on to pictorial representations of these numbers. Students should work with concrete and pictorial tools to develop a solid and conceptual understanding of regrouping. Finally, teach students to use conceptual understanding of each digit’s place value with the standard algorithm. Students develop mastery of regrouping within each place value in order to regroup larger numbers accurately and efficiently.

In this worksheet, we focus on adding multi digit numbers with sums to 1000, regrouping tens to hundreds. Students use place value understanding of each digit.

Grade 3 Mental Math and Estimation

Practicing mental math requires place value understanding. Teach students how to mentally add and subtract by decomposing numbers or reformulating numbers through compensation. Use place value understanding and rounding skills to estimate numbers and make sense of reasonable answers.

In this worksheet, we focus on using mental math strategies to apply estimation skills and make sense of numbers.

Grade 4 Estimation and Number Theory

Estimation is an important tool in math reasoning. Estimating utilizes strong place value understanding and is useful to check solutions quickly. Students who develop solid number theory are able to detect relationships among numbers, which cross many mathematical skills and serve as bases for higher skills. In these lessons, student learn to determine factors and multiples of specific numbers within 100, including common factors and common multiples numbers share.

In this worksheet, we focus on determining factors within multiplication expressions.

Grade 5 Whole Number Multiplication and Division

Students are taught to multiply and divide four digit numbers by two digit numbers, in problems including extended factors of tens, hundreds, and thousands. They will learn accessible strategies for multiplication and division of basic multi digit numbers, such as decomposing numbers and multiplying or dividing in parts, as demonstrated through area models, as well as the standard algorithms for efficient problem solving.

In this worksheet, we focus on division of numbers and their extensions by tens and hundreds.

Grade 1 Subtraction Facts to 10

The concept of subtraction centers around the difference between a larger and a smaller number. Students will learn that one part is taken away from a larger whole, and the order of these cannot be reversed. Counting back is a useful tool to introduce this concept, since numbers become smaller in value when counting backwards, Students can practice this concretely on a ten frame or pictorially with a number line. As in addition, students should reinforce understanding of parts equalling a whole. In subtraction they are determining the unknown whole number. They continue to practice understanding the concept of equal, since the value of a part removed from a whole equals the remaining part.

In this worksheet, we continue to work on subtraction to 10. They continue to practice understanding the concept of equal, since the value of a part removed from a whole equals the remaining part.

In this lesson, students subtract three digit numbers with and without regrouping, utilizing understanding of place value. Students can start by building numbers by place value with hands-on manipulatives, before moving on to pictorial representations of these numbers. Students should work with concrete and pictorial tools to develop a solid and conceptual understanding of regrouping. Finally, teach students to use this conceptual understanding of each digit’s place value and regrouping with the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on subtracting multi digit numbers from 1000, without regrouping. Students use place value understanding of each digit.

In this lesson, students practice counting skills of larger numbers: hundreds and thousands, and consider real life context to make sense of the sizes of these numbers. Using place value skills, students learn to compare numbers and identify patterns in a number sequence. Students also practice reading and writing numbers in standard and expanded forms, numerically and in word format.

In this worksheet, we focus on using addition strategies to add multi digit numbers without regrouping, compare numbers, and number patterns.

Grade 4 Estimation and Number Theory

Estimation is an important tool in math reasoning. Estimating utilizes strong place value understanding and is useful to check solutions quickly. Students who develop solid number theory are able to detect relationships among numbers, which cross many mathematical skills and serve as bases for higher skills. In these lessons, student learn to determine factors and multiples of specific numbers within 100, including common factors and common multiples numbers share.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding multiples and common multiples of numbers, and linking factors and multiples of numbers.

Grade 5 Whole Number Multiplication and Division

Students are taught to multiply and divide four digit numbers by two digit numbers, in problems including extended factors of tens, hundreds, and thousands. They will learn accessible strategies for multiplication and division of basic multi digit numbers, such as decomposing numbers and multiplying or dividing in parts, as demonstrated through area models, as well as the standard algorithms for efficient problem solving.

In this worksheet, we focus on solving expressions in the correct order, when multiple operations are present within a problem.

Semester 1 Week 6

In this lesson, students apply both base ten and place value understanding, as they extend their counting past ten. Numbers are represented by place value: tens and ones. It is important to show students that ten individual ones can be grouped into a ten (a group of ten ones), to help them visualize the value of the whole number. With this knowledge, students can base their knowledge of numbers off of ten and then compare two digit number values, and determine patterns in number sequences.

In this worksheet, we work on counting to 20, adding numbers onto 10 and practicing place value understanding.

In this lesson, students subtract three digit numbers with and without regrouping, utilizing understanding of place value. Students can start by building numbers by place value with hands-on manipulatives, before moving on to pictorial representations of these numbers. Students should work with concrete and pictorial tools to develop a solid and conceptual understanding of regrouping. Finally, teach students to use this conceptual understanding of each digit’s place value and regrouping with the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on subtracting multi digit numbers from totals of 1000, regrouping hundreds to tens. Students use place value understanding of each digit.

Students will subtract three and four digit numbers without regrouping, relying on understanding of place value and the part-part-whole concept. Students can start by building numbers by place value with hands-on manipulatives, before moving on to pictorial representations of these numbers. Students should work with concrete and pictorial tools to develop a solid and conceptual understanding of regrouping. Finally, teach students to use this conceptual understanding of each digit’s place value and regrouping with the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on using subtraction strategies to subtract multi digit numbers without regrouping, compare numbers, and number patterns.

Grade 4 Whole Number Multiplication and Division

Introduce students to different methods of multiplying and dividing multi digit numbers by one or two digit numbers. Strategies include multiplying by one place value at a time or dividing by decomposing the larger number first, as well as using the standard algorithm for multiplication or division. Students are taught to synthesize multiplication and division skills with bar modeling when solving multi step word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on multiplying three digit numbers by a one digit number.

Grade 5 Whole Number Multiplication and Division

Students are taught to multiply and divide four digit numbers by two digit numbers, in problems including extended factors of tens, hundreds, and thousands. They will learn accessible strategies for multiplication and division of basic multi digit numbers, such as decomposing numbers and multiplying or dividing in parts, as demonstrated through area models, as well as the standard algorithms for efficient problem solving.

In this worksheet, we focus on multiplication and division of whole numbers, and using the bar model method to represent and solve word problems.

Semester 1 Week 7

In this lesson, students apply both base ten and place value understanding, as they extend their counting past ten. Numbers are represented by place value: tens and ones. It is important to show students that ten individual ones can be grouped into a ten (a group of ten ones), to help them visualize the value of the whole number. With this knowledge, students can base their knowledge of numbers off of ten and then compare two digit number values, and determine patterns in number sequences.

In this worksheet, we work on counting to 20, by ordering numbers and detecting patterns of numbers within 20.

In this lesson, students subtract three digit numbers with and without regrouping, utilizing understanding of place value. Students can start by building numbers by place value with hands-on manipulatives, before moving on to pictorial representations of these numbers. Students should work with concrete and pictorial tools to develop a solid and conceptual understanding of regrouping. Finally, teach students to use this conceptual understanding of each digit’s place value and regrouping with the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on subtracting multi digit numbers from totals of 1000, where tens and ones are zeroes. Students use place value understanding of each digit to solve.

Students will subtract three and four digit numbers without regrouping, relying on understanding of place value and the part-part-whole concept. Students can start by building numbers by place value with hands-on manipulatives, before moving on to pictorial representations of these numbers. Students should work with concrete and pictorial tools to develop a solid and conceptual understanding of regrouping. Finally, teach students to use this conceptual understanding of each digit’s place value and regrouping with the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on using subtraction strategies to subtract multi digit numbers with regrouping in the ones, tens, and hundreds places.

Grade 4 Whole Number Multiplication and Division

Introduce students to different methods of multiplying and dividing multi digit numbers by one or two digit numbers. Strategies include multiplying by one place value at a time or dividing by decomposing the larger number first, as well as using the standard algorithm for multiplication or division. Students are taught to synthesize multiplication and division skills with bar modeling when solving multi step word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on multiplying three digit numbers by a two digit number.

Grade 5 Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Add or subtract unlike or unrelated fractions by first converting to equivalent fractions while holding its original values. Fractions can also be regrouped when subtracting is required for mixed numbers. In this video, teachers are encouraged to follow a specific sequence of skill instruction that includes a form of bar model to demonstrate the relationship between unlike or unrelated fractions. Pictorial representations can be useful as reinforcements to demonstrate the concept.

In this worksheet, we focus on adding unlike fractons that are also unrelated, requiring a conversion of units in order to add.

Semester 1 Week 8

Students are taught to use more efficient strategies to add numbers with sums up to 20. Strategies include counting on from the highest number understood, adding by place value tens and ones, decomposing numbers to first form a ten, then adding on the remaining value, and creating equivalent but known sums. Learning these strategies helps to develop fluency in basic addition facts, while also teaching students how to use their knowledge of numbers to solve the problem. Students can then progress to more complex concepts, such as finding a missing added, which ties into subtraction.

In this worksheet, we work on adding numbers with sums up to 20, focusing on the make ten strategy.

Teach students how to use bar models as effective representations of unknown values and can be used in both addition and subtraction problems. In these lessons, the focus is on part-part-whole representation and comparison representation for bar models. In particular, students will need to identify missing parts or the whole from the word problem and represent them visually in a bar model. Bar models can also be used in solving complex number contexts found in two or more step word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on using the bar model to represent and solve one step problems.

Teach students how to solve two step addition and subtraction problems using bar models to represent the values, including the unknown value. Bar models can be used in part-part-whole type problems as well as comparison problems, and students need to interpret which type of problem they have before applying the bar model method.

In this worksheet, we focus on using bar models to represent and solve two step addition and subtraction word problems.

Grade 4 Whole Number Multiplication and Division

Introduce students to different methods of multiplying and dividing multi digit numbers by one or two digit numbers. Strategies include multiplying by one place value at a time or dividing by decomposing the larger number first, as well as using the standard algorithm for multiplication or division. Students are taught to synthesize multiplication and division skills with bar modeling when solving multi step word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on division through regrouping.

Grade 5 Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Fractions and mixed numbers share the same language as their decimal equivalents. Teach students the concept of fractions and decimals as parts of a whole, and mixed numbers as whole numbers and parts combined. Students should also be taught to use mathematical language when identifying fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals. They will see that the language is identical, and this can help them understand how fractions and decimals are different ways to represent the same values.

In this worksheet, we focus on fractions expressing a division problem, and representing each solution with decimals.

Semester 1 Week 9

Students are taught to use more efficient strategies to add numbers with sums up to 20. Strategies include counting on from the highest number understood, adding by place value tens and ones, decomposing numbers to first form a ten, then adding on the remaining value, and creating equivalent but known sums. Learning these strategies helps to develop fluency in basic addition facts, while also teaching students how to use their knowledge of numbers to solve the problem. Students can then progress to more complex concepts, such as finding a missing added, which ties into subtraction.

In this worksheet, we work on adding numbers with sums up to 20, focusing on adding tens and ones.

Teach students how to use bar models as effective representations of unknown values and can be used in both addition and subtraction problems. In these lessons, the focus is on part-part-whole representation and comparison representation for bar models. In particular, students will need to identify missing parts or the whole from the word problem and represent them visually in a bar model. Bar models can also be used in solving complex number contexts found in two or more step word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on using the bar model to represent and solve two step problems.

Grade 3 Multiplication Tables of 6, 7, 8, and 9

Multiplication of 6s, 7s, 8s, and 9s can be challenging for most students. As with the smaller numbers, students will apply similar strategies, including using the properties of multiplication to identify the unknown value, typically the product, but also a factor. Finding a missing factor ties directly to division concepts. Students should be able to use bar models to solve related word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on the multiplication of 6s as equal groups of 6, applying the distributive property of multiplication from 5s, and writing equations,

Grade 4 Whole Number Multiplication and Division

Introduce students to different methods of multiplying and dividing multi digit numbers by one or two digit numbers. Strategies include multiplying by one place value at a time or dividing by decomposing the larger number first, as well as using the standard algorithm for multiplication or division. Students are taught to synthesize multiplication and division skills with bar modeling when solving multi step word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on dividing two to four digit numbers by a one digit number.

Grade 5 Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Fractions and mixed numbers share the same language as their decimal equivalents. Teach students the concept of fractions and decimals as parts of a whole, and mixed numbers as whole numbers and parts combined. Students should also be taught to use mathematical language when identifying fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals. They will see that the language is identical, and this can help them understand how fractions and decimals are different ways to represent the same values.

In this worksheet, we focus on adding and subtracting mixed numbers, including regrouping of fractions and whole numbers as needed.

Semester 1 Week 10

Students are taught to use more efficient strategies to add numbers with sums up to 20. Strategies include counting on from the highest number understood, adding by place value tens and ones, decomposing numbers to first form a ten, then adding on the remaining value, and creating equivalent but known sums. Learning these strategies helps to develop fluency in basic addition facts, while also teaching students how to use their knowledge of numbers to solve the problem. Students can then progress to more complex concepts, such as finding a missing added, which ties into subtraction.

In this worksheet, we focus on using strategies such as doubles facts and decomposing numbers to find easier sums.

Teach students to use addition within arrays to set up multiplication expressions. Additionally, teach them to practice division through the idea of equal sharing and equal groups. Introduce common language between the operations helps students to understand the relationship between multiplication and division. Finally, teach students that two addends will always result in an even sum. This mirrors the understanding that all even numbers can be split equally in half, which reinforces doubles facts and prepares students for fractions.

In this worksheet, we focus on multiplication and division as related operations of repeated equal groups (multiplication) or shared equal groups (division).

Grade 3 Multiplication Tables of 6, 7, 8, and 9

Multiplication of 6s, 7s, 8s, and 9s can be challenging for most students. As with the smaller numbers, students will apply similar strategies, including using the properties of multiplication to identify the unknown value, typically the product, but also a factor. Finding a missing factor ties directly to division concepts. Students should be able to use bar models to solve related word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on the multiplication of 8s as equal groups of 8, applying the distributive property of multiplication from 5s, and writing equations,

Grade 4 Whole Number Multiplication and Division

Introduce students to different methods of multiplying and dividing multi digit numbers by one or two digit numbers. Strategies include multiplying by one place value at a time or dividing by decomposing the larger number first, as well as using the standard algorithm for multiplication or division. Students are taught to synthesize multiplication and division skills with bar modeling when solving multi step word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on solving multiplication and division word problems.

Grade 5 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Teach students to multiply or divide fractions in a specific progression of skills, using visual models, hands on activities, and real life contexts. Students will learn to simplify fractions, connect them to a visual model, and multiply or divide whole numbers with improper fractions or mixed numbers. Answers should always be reasonable, and students will apply mathematical understanding to these fractional concepts. They will understand that a fraction is a division expression and that multiplying by a fraction results in a smaller number.

In this worksheet, we focus on multiplying and simplyifying proper fractions.

Semester 1 Week 11

Students are taught to use more efficient strategies to add numbers with sums up to 20. Strategies include counting on from the highest number understood, adding by place value tens and ones, decomposing numbers to first form a ten, then adding on the remaining value, and creating equivalent but known sums. Learning these strategies helps to develop fluency in basic addition facts, while also teaching students how to use their knowledge of numbers to solve the problem. Students can then progress to more complex concepts, such as finding a missing added, which ties into subtraction.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding the missing addend in an addition problem.

Teach students to use addition within arrays to set up multiplication expressions. Additionally, teach them to practice division through the idea of equal sharing and equal groups. Introduce common language between the operations helps students to understand the relationship between multiplication and division. Finally, teach students that two addends will always result in an even sum. This mirrors the understanding that all even numbers can be split equally in half, which reinforces doubles facts and prepares students for fractions.

In this worksheet, we focus on using multiplication and division skills to solve word problems.

Grade 3 Multiplication Tables of 6, 7, 8, and 9

Multiplication of 6s, 7s, 8s, and 9s can be challenging for most students. As with the smaller numbers, students will apply similar strategies, including using the properties of multiplication to identify the unknown value, typically the product, but also a factor. Finding a missing factor ties directly to division concepts. Students should be able to use bar models to solve related word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on the relationship between multiplication and division, building skills through fact families and one step word problems.

Students are taught to add and subtract like and unlike fractions, including improper fractions by converting to new fractions that share the same unit fraction. This conversion does not change the value of the original fractions, however, enables students to understand fractional parts and relationships. Students also learn to rewrite whole numbers as fractions, and to simplify improper fractions into mixed number form.

In this worksheet, we focus on adding unlike fractions, where the denominators are different from each other.

Grade 5 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Teach students to multiply or divide fractions in a specific progression of skills, using visual models, hands on activities, and real life contexts. Students will learn to simplify fractions, connect them to a visual model, and multiply or divide whole numbers with improper fractions or mixed numbers. Answers should always be reasonable, and students will apply mathematical understanding to these fractional concepts. They will understand that a fraction is a division expression and that multiplying by a fraction results in a smaller number.

In this worksheet, we focus on multiplying mixed numbers, including steps to convert mixed numbers to improper fractions, and simplifying.

Semester 1 Week 12

Students are taught to use more efficient strategies to subtract numbers from totals up to 20. Strategies include counting backwards from the starting number, subtracting by place value tens and ones, decomposing numbers to result in ten, then subtracting the remaining value, and using the relationship between addition and subtraction. Students can use these strategies to develop fluency in basic subtraction facts, which mirror addition facts. Developing fact fluency and using efficient strategies is important to effectively solve word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on subtraction from numbers up to 20, by counting backward , or decomposing to a ten.

Grade 2 Multiplication Tables of 2, 5 and 10

Students can begin to work on learning multiplication tables through the numbers 2, 5, and 10. They should have been exposed to 2s and 10s through skip counting, place value, and number patterns. These multiplication tables set the stage for finding the product of multiplication expressions, and their related division equations. Students can also be introduced to the associative and distributive properties of multiplication, which they will use with larger numbers in future lessons. Using these properties helps students work with large or multiple numbers into parts that are more accessible.

In this worksheet, we focus on working with equal groups of 2, or the 2s times tables.

In this lesson, students focus on multiplying three digit numbers by one digit numbers, with and without regrouping. Pictorial representations and use of place value chips can be a great visual and interactive tool for instruction. Students can multiply by place value which is effective as a strategy on its own or as a step toward using the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on multiplication without regrouping. Strategies include skip counting, extending facts, applying the distributive property, and the standard algorithm.

In this lesson, students learn to identify equivalent fractions and form new fractions with different units that are equivalent in value to the original. It is important that they also understand how to represent whole numbers and parts of whole numbers as improper fractions and mixed numbers. Students can then solve problems, including word problems from real life contexts that contain improper fractions and mixed numbers.

In this worksheet, we focus on understanding and solving problems with mixed numbers, representing whole numbers with fractional parts.

Grade 5 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Teach students to multiply or divide fractions in a specific progression of skills, using visual models, hands on activities, and real life contexts. Students will learn to simplify fractions, connect them to a visual model, and multiply or divide whole numbers with improper fractions or mixed numbers. Answers should always be reasonable, and students will apply mathematical understanding to these fractional concepts. They will understand that a fraction is a division expression and that multiplying by a fraction results in a smaller number.

In this worksheet, we fcous on dividing fractions by a whole number, including simplifying the fractions.

Semester 1 Week 13

Students are taught to use more efficient strategies to subtract numbers from totals up to 20. Strategies include counting backwards from the starting number, subtracting by place value tens and ones, decomposing numbers to result in ten, then subtracting the remaining value, and using the relationship between addition and subtraction. Students can use these strategies to develop fluency in basic subtraction facts, which mirror addition facts. Developing fact fluency and using efficient strategies is important to effectively solve word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on the relationship between addition and subtraction, adding and subtracting numbers to 20.

Grade 2 Multiplication Tables of 2, 5 and 10

Students can begin to work on learning multiplication tables through the numbers 2, 5, and 10. They should have been exposed to 2s and 10s through skip counting, place value, and number patterns. These multiplication tables set the stage for finding the product of multiplication expressions, and their related division equations. Students can also be introduced to the associative and distributive properties of multiplication, which they will use with larger numbers in future lessons. Using these properties helps students work with large or multiple numbers into parts that are more accessible.

In this worksheet, we focus on working with equal groups of 5, or the 5s times tables.

In this lesson, students focus on multiplying three digit numbers by one digit numbers, with and without regrouping. Pictorial representations and use of place value chips can be a great visual and interactive tool for instruction. Students can multiply by place value which is effective as a strategy on its own or as a step toward using the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on multiplying numbers with regrouping, using place value understanding, extending facts, and the standard algorithm.

In this lesson, students learn to identify equivalent fractions and form new fractions with different units that are equivalent in value to the original. It is important that they also understand how to represent whole numbers and parts of whole numbers as improper fractions and mixed numbers. Students can then solve problems, including word problems from real life contexts that contain improper fractions and mixed numbers.

In this worksheet, we focus on converting mixed numbers into improper fractions, which is a necessary step in multiplying complex fractions.

Grade 5 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Teach students to multiply or divide fractions in a specific progression of skills, using visual models, hands on activities, and real life contexts. Students will learn to simplify fractions, connect them to a visual model, and multiply or divide whole numbers with improper fractions or mixed numbers. Answers should always be reasonable, and students will apply mathematical understanding to these fractional concepts. They will understand that a fraction is a division expression and that multiplying by a fraction results in a smaller number.

In this worksheet, we focus on multiplying and dividing fractions set within real life contexts/word problems.

Semester 1 Week 14

Students are taught to use more efficient strategies to subtract numbers from totals up to 20. Strategies include counting backwards from the starting number, subtracting by place value tens and ones, decomposing numbers to result in ten, then subtracting the remaining value, and using the relationship between addition and subtraction. Students can use these strategies to develop fluency in basic subtraction facts, which mirror addition facts. Developing fact fluency and using efficient strategies is important to effectively solve word problems.

In this worksheet we focus on subtraction strategies, by decomposing to a ten and using fact families.

Grade 2 Multiplication Tables of 2, 5 and 10

Students can begin to work on learning multiplication tables through the numbers 2, 5, and 10. They should have been exposed to 2s and 10s through skip counting, place value, and number patterns. These multiplication tables set the stage for finding the product of multiplication expressions, and their related division equations. Students can also be introduced to the associative and distributive properties of multiplication, which they will use with larger numbers in future lessons. Using these properties helps students work with large or multiple numbers into parts that are more accessible.

In this worksheet, we focus on working with equal groups of 10, or the 10s times tables.

Divide numbers consisting of up to four digits by a one digit number with and without remainders. Students will use strategies that include place value understanding and multiplication concepts and properties.

In this worksheet, we focus on division of four digit numbers by one digit numbers, resulting in a quotient with a remainder, using one step word problems and the standard algorithm.

In this lesson, students learn to identify equivalent fractions and form new fractions with different units that are equivalent in value to the original. It is important that they also understand how to represent whole numbers and parts of whole numbers as improper fractions and mixed numbers. Students can then solve problems, including word problems from real life contexts that contain improper fractions and mixed numbers.

In this worksheet, we focus on representing the numerical value equivalent to a fraction of a larger amount or set.

Grade 5 Area of a Triangle

In this lesson, students learn how to find the area of a triangle based on identification of the base and height of different types of triangles. Students should use pictorial representations to practice determining a triangles base and height, and thereafter, the area. They can then solve word problems based on the dimensions of a given triangle in space.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding the area of triangles.

Semester 1 Week 15

Students are taught to use more efficient strategies to subtract numbers from totals up to 20. Strategies include counting backwards from the starting number, subtracting by place value tens and ones, decomposing numbers to result in ten, then subtracting the remaining value, and using the relationship between addition and subtraction. Students can use these strategies to develop fluency in basic subtraction facts, which mirror addition facts. Developing fact fluency and using efficient strategies is important to effectively solve word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on subtracting from 20, by tens and ones.

Teach students to measure length with relevant tools accurately, using logic and sense of objects measured, as well as understanding that measurement tools use standardized intervals. Students will also learn to measure objects with different units and to estimate lengths based on existing knowledge of standards lengths. Students will also compare different lengths relative to each other or to an outside reference point.

In this worksheet, we focus on measuring lengths of objects using standard units or comparing lengths of objects to each other.

Divide numbers consisting of up to four digits by a one digit number with and without remainders. Students will use strategies that include place value understanding and multiplication concepts and properties.

In this worksheet, we focus on division of four digit numbers by one digit numbers, using the standard algorithm.

In this lesson, students learn to identify equivalent fractions and form new fractions with different units that are equivalent in value to the original. It is important that they also understand how to represent whole numbers and parts of whole numbers as improper fractions and mixed numbers. Students can then solve problems, including word problems from real life contexts that contain improper fractions and mixed numbers.

In this worksheet, we focus on solving word problems with fractions of a set.

Grade 5 Area of a Triangle

In this lesson, students learn how to find the area of a triangle based on identification of the base and height of different types of triangles. Students should use pictorial representations to practice determining a triangles base and height, and thereafter, the area. They can then solve word problems based on the dimensions of a given triangle in space.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding the area of triangles set within rectangles.

Semester 1 Week 16

Teach students to efficiently solve word problems requiring addition and subtraction to totals of 20. Introduce students to bar modeling which represents known and unknown values, and can be taught in both the concrete and pictorial levels. Bar modeling is extremely effective in representing all types of addition and subtraction problems, able to represent any unknown value: sum, missing addend, difference, minuend, or subtrahend.

In this worksheet, we focus on applying addition and subtraction skills to one step word problems.

Teach students to measure length with relevant tools accurately, using logic and sense of objects measured, as well as understanding that measurement tools use standardized intervals. Students will also learn to measure objects with different units and to estimate lengths based on existing knowledge of standards lengths. Students will also compare different lengths relative to each other or to an outside reference point.

In this worksheet, we focus on measuring lengths of objects using standard units and solving word problems involving unknown lengths.

Grade 3 Using Bar Models: Multiplication and Division

Teach students to use bar models when solving two step word problems that require all four operations. Students can practice interpreting word problems and determine which operation they would use per step. They should apply bar model representations that match each step. In these word problems, students should apply the addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division strategies they have learned.

In this worksheet, we focus on using bar models to represent and solve two step word problems, requiring all four operations.

Grade 4 Tables and Line Graphs

In this worksheet, we focus on reading, interpreting, and analyzing information presented in a table.

In this worksheet, we focus on beginning algebra, finding the value of the unknown, represented by different letters.

Semester 2 (Feb-May)

Semester 2 Week 1

Student will learn about attributes of shapes, using various manipulatives to form two and three dimensional shapes. They will learn how to see equal parts of two dimensional shapes, using fractional terms such as whole, parts, equal, and fractional units, setting a foundation for working with fractions.

In this worksheet, we focus on the attributes of shapes, and set a foundation for fractions.

Teach students how to practice mentally adding or subtracting numbers with and without regrouping. Strategies include adding or subtracting by place value, decomposing numbers to tens or hundreds, and adding or subtracting by multiples of ten or a hundred. Students can also using rounding to estimate sums or differences and check if their answers are reasonable.

In this worksheet, we focus on practicing mental math and estimation strategies in addition problems.

Add and subtract monetary values expressed as decimals, using redistribution of numbers as well as the standard algorithm. Money is consistently notated as wholes and parts of a whole to the hundredths place, and students should be careful to line up each digit to ensure accurate calculation. When solving word problems with money, students can use bar models to represent all known and unknown values.

In this worksheet, we focus on writing and adding multi digit monetary values of dollars and cents.

Introduce students to decimal concepts through tenths and hundredths of a whole and place value understanding of whole and less than a whole. Students will learn how to notate decimals, represent them pictorially, and compare or order decimals. Use pictorial representations and place value language (tenths, hundredths) to help students relate decimals and fractions to the tenths or hundredths place, and convert them to each other. Finally, students will practice adding and subtracting decimal values, by place value, using a number line, or the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on understanding decimals as parts of a whole, the place values of tenths and hundredths.

Skills in this lesson include writing decimal numbers, with practice and representation based on place value understanding, how to compare and order decimals, convert decimals and fractions to each other, and add and subtract decimals.

In this worksheet, we focus on understanding decimals to the thousandths place, comparing decimals values, and finding their fraction equivalents.

Semester 2 Week 2

Student will learn about attributes of shapes, using various manipulatives to form two and three dimensional shapes. They will learn how to see equal parts of two dimensional shapes, using fractional terms such as whole, parts, equal, and fractional units, setting a foundation for working with fractions.

In this worksheet, we focus on the attributes of shapes, and set a foundation for fractions.

Teach students how to practice mentally adding or subtracting numbers with and without regrouping. Strategies include adding or subtracting by place value, decomposing numbers to tens or hundreds, and adding or subtracting by multiples of ten or a hundred. Students can also using rounding to estimate sums or differences and check if their answers are reasonable.

In this worksheet, we focus on practicing mental math and estimation strategies in subtraction problems.

Add and subtract monetary values expressed as decimals, using redistribution of numbers as well as the standard algorithm. Money is consistently notated as wholes and parts of a whole to the hundredths place, and students should be careful to line up each digit to ensure accurate calculation. When solving word problems with money, students can use bar models to represent all known and unknown values.

In this worksheet, we focus on writing and subtracting multi digit monetary values of dollars and cents.

Introduce students to decimal concepts through tenths and hundredths of a whole and place value understanding of whole and less than a whole. Students will learn how to notate decimals, represent them pictorially, and compare or order decimals. Use pictorial representations and place value language (tenths, hundredths) to help students relate decimals and fractions to the tenths or hundredths place, and convert them to each other. Finally, students will practice adding and subtracting decimal values, by place value, using a number line, or the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on comparing decimal values and rounding decimals to the next place value.

Skills in this lesson include writing decimal numbers, with practice and representation based on place value understanding, how to compare and order decimals, convert decimals and fractions to each other, and add and subtract decimals.

In this worksheet, we focus on rounding decimals to the nearest whole number and finding their fraction equivalents.

Semester 2 Week 3

Counting to 40 enables students to add onto foundational skills of adding on and basic place value. Students will practice skip counting by smaller groups of twos or tens, which will prepare them for multiplication in future years. They will use place value skills to decompose and regroup numbers into new combinations without changing the original value, thereby strengthening place value understanding. Students will be comparing numbers values and learning how to communicate their understanding using symbols to represent relative size of numbers. They will also work on identifying patterns in number sequences.

In this worksheet we focus on numbers up to 40, by counting objects and using place value understanding.

In this lesson, students will identify coins and their values and add sums of different coin combinations. They will write monetary amounts in dollars and cents, using relevant symbols, and compare different values. Comparing monetary values incorporates accurate coin identification and determining differences, as well as understanding place value. Finally, students will solve money-based word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying coins and bills, and their combined values.

Grade 3 Metric Length, Mass, and Volume/Real-World Problems

In this lesson, students measure standard units of volume and mass and convert measurements to the same unit to for consistency in calculation. Students can also solve word problems using bar models.

In this worksheet, we focus on converting and comparing metric lengths and distances.

Introduce students to decimal concepts through tenths and hundredths of a whole and place value understanding of whole and less than a whole. Students will learn how to notate decimals, represent them pictorially, and compare or order decimals. Use pictorial representations and place value language (tenths, hundredths) to help students relate decimals and fractions to the tenths or hundredths place, and convert them to each other. Finally, students will practice adding and subtracting decimal values, by place value, using a number line, or the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on comparing fraction and decimal equivalents, and converting them to the other format.

Grade 5 Multiplying and Dividing Decimals

Teach students how to multiply or divide whole numbers by decimals to the hundredths place and multiply or divide decimals by whole numbers, and to solve word problems with decimals. Use place value manipulatives such as decimal place value chips to help students break down the concept. Students will also divide whole numbers by larger whole numbers, resulting in quotients containing decimals.

In this worksheet, we focus on multiplying decimals and understanding the resulting place value.

Semester 2 Week 4

Add numbers with sums up to 40, with and without regrouping. Strategies focus on adding by place value tens and ones, decomposing numbers to first form a ten, then adding on the remaining value. Students can use references such as place value charts, number lines, and number bonds to reinforce their practice. Students must understand place value in order to progress to addition using the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet we focus on adding numbers up to 40 without regrouping, using place value understanding.

In this lesson, students will identify coins and their values and add sums of different coin combinations. They will write monetary amounts in dollars and cents, using relevant symbols, and compare different values. Comparing monetary values incorporates accurate coin identification and determining differences, as well as understanding place value. Finally, students will solve money-based word problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on comparing monetary values and solving word problems involving money.

Grade 3 Metric Length, Mass, and Volume/Real-World Problems

In this lesson, students measure standard units of volume and mass and convert measurements to the same unit to for consistency in calculation. Students can also solve word problems using bar models.

In this worksheet, we focus on converting and comparing metric weights and volumes.

Introduce students to decimal concepts through tenths and hundredths of a whole and place value understanding of whole and less than a whole. Students will learn how to notate decimals, represent them pictorially, and compare or order decimals. Use pictorial representations and place value language (tenths, hundredths) to help students relate decimals and fractions to the tenths or hundredths place, and convert them to each other. Finally, students will practice adding and subtracting decimal values, by place value, using a number line, or the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on adding decimal values, using place value understanding.

Grade 5 Multiplying and Dividing Decimals

Teach students how to multiply or divide whole numbers by decimals to the hundredths place and multiply or divide decimals by whole numbers, and to solve word problems with decimals. Use place value manipulatives such as decimal place value chips to help students break down the concept. Students will also divide whole numbers by larger whole numbers, resulting in quotients containing decimals.

In this worksheet, we focus on dividing decimals and understanding the resulting place value.

Semester 2 Week 5

Add numbers with sums up to 40, with and without regrouping. Strategies focus on adding by place value tens and ones, decomposing numbers to first form a ten, then adding on the remaining value. Students can use references such as place value charts, number lines, and number bonds to reinforce their practice. Students must understand place value in order to progress to addition using the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet we focus on adding numbers up to 40, with regrouping. Place value understanding is established before using the standard algorithm.

Students will work with equal parts of a whole and name fractional parts using appropriate math language. The size and shape of the whole will vary. They will compare fractions that share the same unit as well as fractions of different sizes, and add and subtract unit fractions within a whole. Students should demonstrate understanding that fractions are parts of a whole and can be identified and compared within that whole.

In this worksheet, we focus on understanding fractions as equal parts of a whole, including determining the unit fraction.

Grade 3 Bar Graphs and Line Plots

Students will learn how to read and interpret data from bar graphs and line plots, and input data based on information. They will solve one and two step word problems, applying learned calculation skills, and answer questions based on the data.

In this worksheet, we focus on reading, interpreting, and analyzing information from bar graphs and line plots.

Introduce students to decimal concepts through tenths and hundredths of a whole and place value understanding of whole and less than a whole. Students will learn how to notate decimals, represent them pictorially, and compare or order decimals. Use pictorial representations and place value language (tenths, hundredths) to help students relate decimals and fractions to the tenths or hundredths place, and convert them to each other. Finally, students will practice adding and subtracting decimal values, by place value, using a number line, or the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet, we focus on subtracting decimal values, using place value understanding.

Grade 5 Multiplying and Dividing Decimals

Teach students how to multiply or divide whole numbers by decimals to the hundredths place and multiply or divide decimals by whole numbers, and to solve word problems with decimals. Use place value manipulatives such as decimal place value chips to help students break down the concept. Students will also divide whole numbers by larger whole numbers, resulting in quotients containing decimals.

In this worksheet, we focus on using rounding to estimate whole number values of decimal expressions.

Semester 2 Week 6

Using models based on place value understanding and the relationship between addition and subtraction, students will solve subtraction problems with totals from 40. Students will learn to use effective strategies to subtract numbers with and without regrouping, including place value charts, number lines, and number bonds to reinforce practice. Students must understand place value in order to progress to addition using the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet we focus on subtracting numbers from 40 without regrouping, using place value understanding.

Teach students about the unit fraction when adding and subtracting fractions. It is important that students do not add or subtract the numerator or denominator, but understand that the unit fraction represents one part of the whole. When adding and subtracting like fractions that share the same unit fraction, that unit fraction is repeatedly added or repeatedly subtracted (two-fourths is essentially one-fourth plus another one-fourth). Students must use fraction-specific language such as one-fourth, and not one over four, for conceptual understanding.

In this worksheet, we focus on comparing fractional values when they have the same numerator, and when they have the same denominator.

Teach fraction essentials, that they represent equal parts of a whole, with one part representing the unit fraction. Students will also learn how to write fractions accurately, the roles of a numerator and a denominator, and how to understand fractional order on a number line.

In this worksheet, we focus on understanding and placing fractions on a number line.

Students will learn angle notation to identify and name angles. Using a protractor, students will learn to measure angles in whole numbers and draw angles given whole number measurements.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying angle measurements using a protractor.

Grade 5 Multiplying and Dividing Decimals

Teach students how to multiply or divide whole numbers by decimals to the hundredths place and multiply or divide decimals by whole numbers, and to solve word problems with decimals. Use place value manipulatives such as decimal place value chips to help students break down the concept. Students will also divide whole numbers by larger whole numbers, resulting in quotients containing decimals.

In this worksheet, we focus on solving word problems containing decimal numbers, using all four operations.

Semester 2 Week 7

Using models based on place value understanding and the relationship between addition and subtraction, students will solve subtraction problems with totals from 40. Students will learn to use effective strategies to subtract numbers with and without regrouping, including place value charts, number lines, and number bonds to reinforce practice. Students must understand place value in order to progress to addition using the standard algorithm.

In this worksheet we focus on subtracting numbers from 40, with regrouping. Place value understanding is established before using the standard algorithm.

Teach students about the unit fraction when adding and subtracting fractions. It is important that students do not add or subtract the numerator or denominator, but understand that the unit fraction represents one part of the whole. When adding and subtracting like fractions that share the same unit fraction, that unit fraction is repeatedly added or repeatedly subtracted (two-fourths is essentially one-fourth plus another one-fourth). Students must use fraction-specific language such as one-fourth, and not one over four, for conceptual understanding.

In this worksheet, we focus on adding like fractions that share the same unit fraction.

In this lesson, students will learn how to compare and order fractions with the same unit fraction or with unlike denominators. Equivalent fractions can serve as a reference point for comparing sizes of fractions. Fractions can also be compared to each other without a reference point. Unlike fractions with different denominators can be compared when converted to the same unit fraction.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying equivalent fractions in visual represenations, and on finding equivalence among unlike fractions that are equivalent in value.

Students will learn angle notation to identify and name angles. Using a protractor, students will learn to measure angles in whole numbers and draw angles given whole number measurements.

In this worksheet, we focus on right angles and right angle turns.

In this lesson, students will learn to express parts of a whole as percentages, or percents of a whole, using the percent symbol. Students will also convert fractions or decimals to percentages, and percentages to fractions or decimals, and solve two step problems involving percents.

In this worksheet, we focus on understanding percents as parts of a whole, the whole represented by 100.

Semester 2 Week 8

Students will work on addition problems with three addends, using specific strategies based on simpler concepts. Students will learn to first identify two of the three numbers that add to ten, or to regroup numbers so that there is a ten to work with. When working on word problems, students need to solve situations on adding to, taking from, putting together, taking apart, and comparing, with unknowns in all positions.

Students will learn how to tell time on both analog and digital clocks, determining the passage of hours or minutes to the five minute interval. Students will also identify the time of day based on real life contexts and understand intervals of time before or after a set time.

In this worksheet, we focus on the minute hand, reading and writing time, and distinguishing a.m. from p.m.

Students will add and subtract proper fractions with the same denominator up to a sum of 1 whole or from a total of 1 whole. It’s important that students identify and add or subtract the unit fraction, and not the numerator or denominator separately. Teach and reinforce concepts with fraction manipulatives and careful use of pictorial representations. Strategies to build up conceptual understanding include decomposing a fraction to various smaller parts and adding up unit fractions to equal one whole.

In this worksheet, we focus on adding like fractions with sums less than one whole.

Grade 4 Perpendicular and Parallel Line Segments

In this lesson, students focus on lines, including points on a line, line segments, and parallel and perpendicular lines. Students will work with isolated lines and lines that form acute, right, or obtuse angles, within closed shapes. They will be identifying and drawing lines.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying and drawing perpendicular lines and parallel lines.

In this lesson, students will learn to express parts of a whole as percentages, or percents of a whole, using the percent symbol. Students will also convert fractions or decimals to percentages, and percentages to fractions or decimals, and solve two step problems involving percents.

In this worksheet, we focus on fraction represented by percents, with wholes equalling more or less than one hundred.

Semester 2 Week 9

In this lesson, students use knowledge of number sizes to read different units of measurement. First, students will compare and order lengths using standard and non-standard units. Encourage students to use logical reasoning to work out solutions. Students will also learn measurements of time in hour and half hour units. Finally, students will work on interpreting and using data to solve problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on lengths of objects by comparing lengths of objects to each other, and measuring lengths using a standard unit.

Grade 2 Multiplication Tables of 3 and 4

In this lesson, students use their knowledge of equal groups in terms of 3s and 4s to find the product of each expression. Learning the 3s and 4s times tables allows students to learn the related division facts. Students can practice using the distributive property of multiplication to interpret smaller products within the larger target expression. Additionally, students can be introduced to other multiplication properties, commutative, associative, which may also be known as turn around facts and extended facts, respectively.

In this worksheet, we focus on working with equal groups of 3, or the 3s times tables.

In this lesson, students will learn skills involving time. They will tell time to the minute, use time vocabulary terms, and convert time to a standard unit of minutes or hours. Students will also learn to add and subtract time, and solve word problems involving time.

In this worksheet, we focus on telling time to the minute, including time terminology.

Grade 4 Perpendicular and Parallel Line Segments

In this lesson, students focus on lines, including points on a line, line segments, and parallel and perpendicular lines. Students will work with isolated lines and lines that form acute, right, or obtuse angles, within closed shapes. They will be identifying and drawing lines.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying perpendicular lines and parallel lines in figures and drawing perpendicular or parralel lines.

In this lesson, students will learn to express parts of a whole as percentages, or percents of a whole, using the percent symbol. Students will also convert fractions or decimals to percentages, and percentages to fractions or decimals, and solve two step problems involving percents.

In this worksheet, we focus on solving multi step word problems involving percents, using all four operations.

Grade 1 Measurements: Time, Data and Graphs

In this lesson, students use knowledge of number sizes to read different units of measurement. First, students will compare and order lengths using standard and non-standard units. Encourage students to use logical reasoning to work out solutions. Students will also learn measurements of time in hour and half hour units. Finally, students will work on interpreting and using data to solve problems.

In this worksheet, we focus on telling time to the hour and the half hour.

Grade 2 Multiplication Tables of 3 and 4

In this lesson, students use their knowledge of equal groups in terms of 3s and 4s to find the product of each expression. Learning the 3s and 4s times tables allows students to learn the related division facts. Students can practice using the distributive property of multiplication to interpret smaller products within the larger target expression. Additionally, students can be introduced to other multiplication properties, commutative, associative, which may also be known as turn around facts and extended facts, respectively.

In this worksheet, we focus on working with equal groups of 4, or the 4s times tables.

Students will learn to identify right angles, parallel lines, and perpendicular lines. Use manipulatives such as angle brackets, geoboards, real life objects, and pictorial representations to reinforce teaching.

In this worksheet, we focus on understanding and identifying angles in real life contexts and two dimensional shapes.

Using knowledge of parallel and perpendicular lines, students will work on identifying properties of squares and rectangles. Given partial information, students will use problem solving skills to determine unknown angle measurements and side dimensions of squares.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying properties of squares and rectangles, given learned knowledge of line types.

Grade 5 Properties of Triangles and Four-sided Figures

Students will identify properties of two dimensional shapes and classify the shapes based on the its properties, and group the shapes further into subcategories. Students will work specifically with triangles, including triangle inequalities and angles, and solve problems, given partial information on the triangle.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying properties of different triangles, distinguishable by their angles.

Semester 2 Week 11

Building up mental math skills requires students to apply number sense, logical reasoning, and efficient math strategies based on base ten and place value knowledge. Using mental math helps students to strengthen fact fluency in addition and subtraction, and reinforces their problem solving processes. Additionally, applying mental math strategies can be useful when students explain their solutions.

In this worksheet, we focus on practicing mental math strategies in addition and subtraction problems.

Grade 2 Multiplication Tables of 3 and 4

In this lesson, students use their knowledge of equal groups in terms of 3s and 4s to find the product of each expression. Learning the 3s and 4s times tables allows students to learn the related division facts. Students can practice using the distributive property of multiplication to interpret smaller products within the larger target expression. Additionally, students can be introduced to other multiplication properties, commutative, associative, which may also be known as turn around facts and extended facts, respectively.

In this worksheet, we focus on working with the 3s and 4s times tables, multiplying and dividing, and multiplying extended facts.

Students will identify attributes of two dimensional shapes and determine attributes that may be shared by different shapes. Students will learn to categorize shapes and determine shapes that would not fit into categories.

In this worksheet, we focus on classifying two dimensional shapes, or polygons by their attributes.

Using knowledge of parallel and perpendicular lines, students will work on identifying properties of squares and rectangles. Given partial information, students will use problem solving skills to determine unknown angle measurements and side dimensions of squares.

In this worksheet, we focus on determining angle measurements or side lengths in squares and rectangles.

Grade 5 Properties of Triangles and Four-sided Figures

Students will identify properties of two dimensional shapes and classify the shapes based on the its properties, and group the shapes further into subcategories. Students will work specifically with triangles, including triangle inequalities and angles, and solve problems, given partial information on the triangle.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding angle measurements.

Semester 2 Week 12

In this worksheet, we focus on practicing numbers to 100, addition within 100 and subtraction within 100

Grade 2 Using Bar Models: Multiplication and Division

In this worksheet, we focus on using bar models to represent and solve 3s and 4s multiplication and division problems.

Students will identify attributes of two dimensional shapes and determine attributes that may be shared by different shapes. Students will learn to categorize shapes and determine shapes that would not fit into categories.

In this worksheet, we focus on determining whether two dimensional shapes are congruent or symmetrical.

This lesson focuses on problem solving, using students’ knowledge of area and perimeter. Working with squares and rectangles, students will determine unknown dimensions given one dimension, and identify the area or perimeter of more complex figures consisting of multiple squares or rectangles.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding the area or perimeter of squares and rectangles, given partial information.

Grade 5 Properties of Triangles and Four-sided Figures

Students will identify properties of two dimensional shapes and classify the shapes based on the its properties, and group the shapes further into subcategories. Students will work specifically with triangles, including triangle inequalities and angles, and solve problems, given partial information on the triangle.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying properties of four sided figures, and determining unkwown angle measurements.

Semester 2 Week 13

In this lesson, students count to 120, using the logic and patterns of numbers presented in a hundreds chart and other strategies. Students may group numbers by smaller set units which can also assist in estimation skills as size of numbers are more visible. Using related skills, students can practice adding and subtracting on a number line or by using place value understanding to identify number patterns. Students also compare larger two digit numbers and use symbols to represent relative size of the numbers.

In this worksheet, we focus on adding to 100, without regrouping, using place value understanding and practicing number patterns.

Grade 2 Using Bar Models: Multiplication and Division

In this worksheet, we focus on using bar models to represent and solve 3s and 4s multiplication and division problems.

Teach students how to find the area and perimeter of shapes, including complex or overlapping shapes that can be decomposed into multiple smaller and simpler shapes. Progress in skills from counting unit squares, to tiling, then to multiplying side lengths. Students will learn how to solve for unknown dimensions use area or perimeter information to determine unknown dimensions.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding the area of two dimensional spaces with single digit units.

This lesson focuses on problem solving, using students’ knowledge of area and perimeter. Working with squares and rectangles, students will determine unknown dimensions given one dimension, and identify the area or perimeter of more complex figures consisting of multiple squares or rectangles.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding the area or perimeter of more complex squares and rectangles.

Teach students to identify three dimensional prisms, pyramids, and spheres by the types and number of specific attributes: sides, faces, vertices.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying features of three dimensional shapes.

Semester 2 Week 14

This lesson focuses specifically on subtraction of numbers within 100. When regrouping is not required, values can simply be subtracted by place value, ones subtract ones and tens subtract tens. It is important that numbers are notated accurately according to their place value. When regrouping is required, students must understand the concept of regrouping numbers without changing the values of the numbers. In order to effectively use the standard algorithm, teachers should ensure that students understand regrouping.

In this worksheet, we focus on subtracting from 100, without regrouping, using place value understanding and practicing number patterns.

Teach students to work with information provided in picture graphs and bar graphs, They will learn how to read and interpret represent information in these graphs, as well as to create their own. Finally, students will demonstrate understanding of the information represented in these graphs by answering questions based on the graphs.

In this worksheet, we focus on reading and interpreting bar graphs and line plots to solve problems based on these representations.

Teach students how to find the area and perimeter of shapes, including complex or overlapping shapes that can be decomposed into multiple smaller and simpler shapes. Progress in skills from counting unit squares, to tiling, then to multiplying side lengths. Students will learn how to solve for unknown dimensions use area or perimeter information to determine unknown dimensions.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding the perimeter of two dimensional spaces.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying lines of symmetry in different figures.

Grade 5 Surface Area and Volume

Students will problem solve to determine the volume of three dimensional shapes using length, width, and height dimensions. Using pictorial representations of three dimensional solids made up of unit cubes, students can build up skill counting units that are unseen. Students can also draw three dimensional solids on isometric paper, or two dimensional versions on graph paper, which provides a different perspective on unseen dimensions. Finally, students can solve real-life word problems involving volumes of packed solids versus partially filled solids.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding the surface area and volume of three dimensional shapes, using unit cubes.

Semester 2 Week 15

Students will build foundational monetary skills by learning to identify coins and their respective values. They will be able to represent equivalent values of given coins through combinations of another type of coin. Students should apply these skills to real life contexts through word problems and games.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying coins and their values.

Teach students to work with information provided in picture graphs and bar graphs, They will learn how to read and interpret represent information in these graphs, as well as to create their own. Finally, students will demonstrate understanding of the information represented in these graphs by answering questions based on the graphs.

In this worksheet, we focus on reading and interpreting bar graphs and line plots to solve problems based on these representations of information.

Teach students how to find the area and perimeter of shapes, including complex or overlapping shapes that can be decomposed into multiple smaller and simpler shapes. Progress in skills from counting unit squares, to tiling, then to multiplying side lengths. Students will learn how to solve for unknown dimensions use area or perimeter information to determine unknown dimensions.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding the area or perimeter of two dimensional spaces, based on partial information provided.

In this worksheet, we focus on completing partially drawn figures to create symmetry.

Grade 5 Surface Area and Volume

Students will problem solve to determine the volume of three dimensional shapes using length, width, and height dimensions. Using pictorial representations of three dimensional solids made up of unit cubes, students can build up skill counting units that are unseen. Students can also draw three dimensional solids on isometric paper, or two dimensional versions on graph paper, which provides a different perspective on unseen dimensions. Finally, students can solve real-life word problems involving volumes of packed solids versus partially filled solids.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding the surface area and volume of three dimensional shapes set in word problems.

Semester 2 Week 16

Students will build foundational monetary skills by learning to identify coins and their respective values. They will be able to represent equivalent values of given coins through combinations of another type of coin. Students should apply these skills to real life contexts through word problems and games.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying coins and their values.

Grade 2 Geometry – Lines and Surfaces, Shapes and Patterns

In this lesson, students demonstrate understanding of different two and three dimensional shapes and their attributes. They will be able to identify two dimensional polygons, as well as smaller shapes within larger ones and use fractional terms to explain the relationship. Students will be able to classify three dimensional shapes by their attributes, visually and through touch.

In this worksheet, we focus on identifying and forming two dimensional shapes.

Grade 3 *Customary Length, Weight and Capacity (Optional)

This lesson focuses on measurement. Students will learn about relative sizes of measurement units, such as inches or feet, how to convert and express measurements of larger units into smaller units, and to record measurement equivalents in different units. Types of measurements vary by length, weight, or liquid capacity.

No homework this week. 🙂

Grade 5 Surface Area and Volume

Students will problem solve to determine the volume of three dimensional shapes using length, width, and height dimensions. Using pictorial representations of three dimensional solids made up of unit cubes, students can build up skill counting units that are unseen. Students can also draw three dimensional solids on isometric paper, or two dimensional versions on graph paper, which provides a different perspective on unseen dimensions. Finally, students can solve real-life word problems involving volumes of packed solids versus partially filled solids.

In this worksheet, we focus on finding the surface area, volume, or unknown dimensions of three dimensional shapes set in word problems.

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