Math Units and Downloads
Unit 1: Place Value; Multidigit Addition and Subtraction
The principle focus of Unit 1 is place value concepts for multidigit whole numbers. Opening with place value and addition enables a relatively relaxed beginning of the school year and allows teachers and students to get acquainted and establish yearlong routines. Students will also explore addition and subtraction to add and subtract multi digit whole numbers.
Unit 1 has 5 main goals:

To introduce students to the Student Reference Book

To practice using the Base 10 place value system

To review rounding, addition, and subtraction

To solve multidigit number stories

To review geometric definitions of figures and properties
Unit 2: Multiplication and Geometry
The principle focus of Unit 2 is exploring various applications for multiplication, including rectangular array patterns and work with factors, factor pairs, multiplies, prime numbers, and composite numbers. Students will learn to interpret multiplication equations as multiplicative comparisons and they will work with patterns found in square numbers, multiples, factors, and "What's My Rule?" tables.
Measurement work in Unit 2 is also tied to multiplication. Working with units of time, students multiply to convert from hours to minutes and minutes to seconds. They will further explore the area formula for rectangles and also, will build on their study of geometry by identifying properties of shapes. Students will explore properties of angles and triangles as well as begin to classify and sort quadrilaterals.
Unit 3: Fractions and Decimals
In this unit, students explore fraction equivalence and compare and order fractions using different representations. They then extend their understanding of fractions to decimals, comparing and ordering decimals using the same methods as for comparing fractions.
Unit 4: Multidigit Multiplication
In this unit, students are introduced to the basic principles of multidigit multiplication by focusing on extending multiplication skills and exploring the partialproducts method. They use their knowledge of multiplication to find the areas of rectangles and to convert units of measurement.
Unit 5: Fraction and Mixed Number Computation; Measurement
In this unit, students explore the whole in fractions as well as adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers. Students use these computation skills to answer questions about line plots. They are also introduced to adding tenths and hundredths. Students build on their previous knowledge of rays to explore unit iteration for angles.
Unit 6: Division and Angles
In this unit, students explore the relationship between multiplication and division by developing a method for dividing whole numbers and solving division number stories. They are introduced to protractors and explore using them to measure and construct angles. Throughout Unit 6, we will focus the following key topics:

Strategies for division and partial quotients

Expressing and interpreting remainders

Measuring angles

Fraction concepts

Division Dash Directions and the gameboard for Division Dash are included!

Angle Tangle Angle Tangle is a great game to have students practice estimating, drawing, and measuring angles. Directions for this game are included!
Unit 7: Multiplication of a Fraction by a Whole Number; Measurement
In this unit, students formalize their understanding of multiplying a fraction by a whole number and use this knowledge to solve problems in realworld scenarios. Unit 7 will focus on the following skills:

Convert between gallons, quarts, pints, and cups

Multiply a fraction by a whole number

Solve fraction multiplication and division number stories

Write a number model to solve multistep division number stories

Identify and continue shape and number patterns

Create a line plot and answer questions about the date
Unit 8: Fraction Operations; Applications
In this unit, students apply their knowledge of fractions, number concepts, patterns, and geometry to different realworld scenarios. Unit 8 focuses on the following skills:

Using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve multistep number stories

Finding missing reallife angle measurements

Identifying shapes with line symmetry and drawing lines of symmetry

Solving computation problems involving decimals by converting to fractions, computing, and then converting back to a decimal

Finding equivalent names for numbers

Creating a line plot and answering questions using the data

Computing with fractions