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5.1 Numbers and Operations Continued

5.1 Numbers and Operations Continued

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Unit 5.1  Number and Operations (cont.)Numbers can be expressed in many different ways to help us solve problems.
Unit 5.1 -Number and Operations (cont.)
Numbers can be expressed in many different ways to help us solveproblems.Multiplication/Division facts: 0 through 12How do I add andsubtract wholenumbers?
5.1.2 -Estimate (fraction and decimal) sums ordifferences)5.1.4 -Identify missing information and/or toomuch information in contextual problems.
How do I multiplynumbers?
5.2.2 -Write the primefactorization of numbersthrough 50 using bothexponential andstandard notation.
How do I dividenumbers?
5.1.3Recognize the unit associated with the remainder in a divisionproblem or the meaning of the fractional part of a whole given in eitherdecimal or fraction form.5.2.3Select a reasonable solution to a real-world division problem inwhich the remainder must be considered.5.2.4Solve problems involving the division of two-and three-digitwhole numbers by one-and two-digit whole numbers.
 
Unit 5.1  Number and Operations (cont.)Numbers can be expressed in many different ways to help us solve problems.
   M   o   n   t    h   W   e   e    k   D   a   y
Daily Learning ObjectivesKIPPsters will be able to
State PerformanceIndicatorsTopical EssentialQuestionsVocabulary andReferenceAssessmentEvidence
   A   u   g   u   s   t   2   0   1   0   1   o    f   8    (   W   e   e    k   o    f   8    /   1   6    )
   1   o    f   3   9 .   5
5.1.17- Know the multiples of three up to 36 as thenumber of times it is repeatedly added.5.1.18- Add multi-digit whole numbers withregrouping.5.1.2  Estimate(fraction and decimal)sums and differences.5.1.4  Identify missinginformation and/or toomuch information incontextual problems.How do I add andsubtract wholenumbers?
Addition
Addends ,sum, AdditiveIdentity Property,Commutative Property,Associative Property,Regrouping, Verifying the sum using theinverse operation, mentalmath 
Subtraction
Minuend, Subtrahend,Difference, Regrouping,Verifying the difference usingthe inverse operation, mentalmath
Estimation Rules
Rounding
Daily Reinforcement
(2 minutes timed):Multiplication facts 2, 3,5, and 10.
   2   o    f   3   9 .   5
5.1.19- Know the multiples of 4 up to 48 as thenumber of times it is repeatedly added.5.1.20- Subtract multi-digit numbers withregrouping.
   3   o    f   3   9 .   5
 5.1.21- Round numbers to the nearest ten,hundred, thousand, ten-thousand, hundredthousand or million.
   4   o    f   3   9 .   5
5.1.22- Know the multiples of 6 up to 72 as thenumber of times it is repeatedly added.5.1.23- Use mental math to estimate the sums anddifferences of numbers by rounding.
   5   o    f   3   9 .   5
5.1.24- Solve story problems involving separatingor comparing using a problem solvingmethod.
 
Unit 5.1  Number and Operations (cont.)Numbers can be expressed in many different ways to help us solve problems.
   M   o   n   t    h   W   e   e    k   D   a   y
Daily Learning ObjectivesKIPPsters will be able to
State PerformanceIndicatorsTopical EssentialQuestionsVocabulary andReferenceAssessmentEvidence
   A   u   g   u   s   t   2   0   1   0   2   o    f   8    (   W   e   e    k   o    f   8    /   2   3    )
   6   o    f   3   9 .   5
5.1.25- Know the multiplication facts for zero andone.5.1.26- Define and identify the parts of amultiplication fact.5.1.27- Represent the product of two factors bycreating a model, such as an array.5.1.4 
Identify missinginformation and/or toomuch information incontextual problems.
 How do I multiplynumbers?
Multiplication
(repeated addition)
 
Factors, product, multiplesMultiplication symbolsZero PropertyIdentity PropertyCommutative Property
Multiplication Models
ArraysMultiplication Table
Factorization
 PairsRainbows
Powers of 10
 
Daily Reinforcement
(2 minutes timed):Multiplication facts 0-8 and 10.
   7   o    f   3   9 .   5
5.1.28- Know the multiples of 7 up to 84 as thenumber of times it is repeatedly added.5.1.29- Describe the difference between multiplesand factors for numbers 2 through 8 and10.
   8   o    f   3   9 .   5
 5.1.30- List the factor pairs of a number up to 144.
   9   o    f   3   9 .   5
5.1.31- Know the multiples of 8 up to 96 as thenumber of times it is repeatedly added.5.1.32- Describe the effect of place value whenmultiplying whole numbers by 10, 100,and 1,000.
   1   0   o    f   3   9 .   5
5.1.33- Solve story problems involving equalgroups using a problem solving method. 

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