Unit 5.1 Number and Operations (cont.)Numbers can be expressed in many different ways to help us solve problems.
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Daily Learning ObjectivesKIPPsters will be able to
State PerformanceIndicatorsTopical EssentialQuestionsVocabulary andReferenceAssessmentEvidence
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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?
Addends ,sum, AdditiveIdentity Property,Commutative Property,Associative Property,Regrouping, Verifying the sum using theinverse operation, mentalmath
Minuend, Subtrahend,Difference, Regrouping,Verifying the difference usingthe inverse operation, mentalmath
(2 minutes timed):Multiplication facts 2, 3,5, and 10.
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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.
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5.1.21- Round numbers to the nearest ten,hundred, thousand, ten-thousand, hundredthousand or million.
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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.
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5.1.24- Solve story problems involving separatingor comparing using a problem solvingmethod.