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Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I.

Cognitive: Give the place value of each digit in a 6 or more digit number. Read and write numbers through billions in figures and in words correctly. Psychomotor: Write numbers through billions in figures and in words. Affective: Observe accuracy in reading and writing numbers through billions in figures and in words. Reading and writing numbers through billions in figures and in words Ref: BEC-PELC 1.A.1 Mat: Place value Chart, number cards Value: Alertness, accuracy A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Writing numbers in expanded form. 2. Review Reading smaller group of numbers written on reusable materials B. Developmental Activities 1. Presentation Strategy 3 (See Lesson Guide, p. 2) 2. Generalization How many periods are there in a billion? What are the periods in a billion? Application 1. Write the following numbers in words? a) 2 750 000 b) 3 726 513 c) 43 000 210

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Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I. Cognitive: Identify the properties of addition used in an equation. Add numbers using the properties. Psychomotor: Write the sum of a given set of numbers. Affective: Appreciation for the use of the properties of addition. Using the properties of Addition to help find the Sum Ref: BEC-PELC I.A.2.a. Mat: Flashcards Value: Appreciation for beauty/ Be clean and orderly A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Writing numbers in expanded form. 2. Review Reading smaller group of numbers written on reusable materials Developmental Activities 1. Presentation (See Lesson Guide, p. 4-5) 2. Generalization What are the properties of addition? What is the commutative property of addition? Associative property? Identity property? Application Name the properties used. 1. (7 + 8) + 2 = 7 + (8 + 2) 2. 3+9=9+3 3. 4 + (7 + 6) = (4 + 6) + 7

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Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I. Cognitive: Identify the properties of multiplication. Find the product using the properties of multiplication. Psychomotor: Write the equation and the answer illustrating the properties of multiplication. Affective: Be alert in every activity Identifying and showing the Properties of Multiplication. Reference : BEC-PELC I.A.2.b Mat: counters Values. Cooperation, active participation A. Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Name the properties used. a. (5 + 7) + 4 = 5 + (7 + 4) b. 6+3=3+6 2. Checking of assignment Developmental Activities 1. Presentation Strategy 1(See Lesson Guide, p. 6-7) 2. Generalization What are the properties of multiplication?

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Identify the property of multiplication illustrated. 1. 4 761 x 0 = 0 2. 8 x 27 = 27 x 8 3. 8 x (4 x 9) = (8 x 4) x 9 Write true or false. If true , identify the property of multiplication illustrated. 1. 8x4=4x8 2. 5 x (2 x 6) = (5 x 2) x (6 x 5) 3. (3 x 4)+ (4 x 5) = (3 x 4) x 5

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C. billions 4 .3 Materials: flashcards. Presentation Strategy 1(See Lesson Guide. Affective: Demonstrate consciousness too much food wastage Rounding numbers to the nearest tens. hundreds. hundred millions 4. p. ten thousands.A. 456 000 II. IV. Round the numbers to the nearest Tens 1. thousands. Review Strategy 1: Show me card Developmental Activities 1. Psychomotor: Write numbers rounded to the indicated place value. List down at least 2 numbers that can rounded off to the nearest: 1. 10) 2. 700 000 000 3. 1. Drill Drill on reading Numbers through Billions 2. 6 812 563 Hundreds Thousands V. hundreds 2. Reference: Math textbook. millions 5. thousands 3. BEC-PELC I. Preparatory Activities 1.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I. 7 354 754 3. III. Cognitive: Round off numbers to the nearest indicated place value. etc. 4 315 652 2. place value charts Value: Consciousness of too much food wastage A. 890 2. B. Generalization How do we round off numbers? Application Name the place value where the numbers are rounded.

Presentation (See Lesson Guide. 1. Write the sum and difference of the numbers indicated? Sum Difference V.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I. Review Review on identity property of addition. Numbers 1. Cognitive: Review the process of adding and solving large numbers with and without regrouping. Generalization How do we add/subtract large numbers with regrouping? Without regrouping? Application Do the indicated operation. 13-14) 2. Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of whole numbers. Developmental Activities 1. Preparatory Activities 1. 638 431 + 972 302 + 439 166 = 2. 984 207 542 263 481 563 2.4.a Materials: flashcards. From 189 860 take away 56 780.A. BEC-PELC I. What is 299 749 123 increased by 187 894 091? Complete the chart. Drill Basic addition and subtraction facts. B. 1. Reviewing the process of adding and solving large numbers with and without regrouping Addition and subtraction of large number with and without regrouping. Affective: Persevere in working with large numbers. Reference: Math textbook. cooperation A. IV. Solve the following correctly. 2. What is the total of 143 321 478 939 and 113 026 788 519? 3. III. 2. C. Psychomotor: Write numbers in column properly. 725 983 654 336 343 459 5 . counters Value: Perseverance. 906 382 – 529 495 = II. p.

BEC-PELC I. 1. 45 681 x 27 x 53 x 13 Read each problem.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I. Presentation (See Lesson Guide. Psychomotor: Write the correct solution in multiplying whole numbers. Paz sold? Lesson Plan in Mathematics V 6 . How many mathematics books did Mr. IV. Write the mathematical sentence then solve. p. Reviewing the process of multiplying whole numbers Reference: Math textbook.b Materials: flashcards. C. Mr. B. V. Mr. 5 629 x 47 = 2. 40 306 2.A. Preparatory Activities 1. 1. 1. 2. Affective: Persevere in one’s work. Pazsold 12 times as many.4. Find the product of the following. 16-17) 2. Developmental Activities 1. Mental Computation. Generalization How do we multiply whole numbers? Application Multiply. 37 715 3. counters Value : Patience A. III. Cognitive: Review the process of multiplying whole numbers. Rico sold 2 321 copies of mathematics books. 31 695 x 43 = II. Drill Basic facts in multiplication through flash cards.

Before selling the mangoes.4. 7332 ÷ 52 = II. B. p. C.c Materials: flashcards. Presentation Strategy 1(See Lesson Guide. Drill Basic facts on division through flash cards. IV. Generalization How will you divide whole numbers? Application Divide. Cognitive: Review the process of dividing whole numbers. Preparatory Activities 1. Dividing whole numbers Reference: Math textbook. How Lesson Plan in Mathematics V 7 . he placed them equally in 6 kaings. Affective: Perform the operation with speed and accuracy. Psychomotor: Find the quotient of given numbers. 15184 ÷ 24 = _____ 3. Find the quotient of the following. 1. 2. 1. counters Value : Speed and accuracy A.Date: ___________________ I. 18-19) 2. 1. BEC-PELC I. many mangoes were placed in each kaing? V. 1359 ÷ 23 = 2. Mental Computation.A. Mang Berto gathered 1 350 mangoes from his orchard. Developmental Activities 1. 13248 ÷ 24 = _____ 2. III. 239708 ÷ 48 = _____ Read each problem and solve.

critical thinking A.5. C. Preparatory Activities 1. copra did IV. 21) 2. flashcards Value: Thoughtfulness.a Materials: Charts. There were 4 grade levels which joined the parade at Luneta. 1. Solve for the following problems. p. III. multiplication and division. Mr. girl Solve the following problem. He sold 19 568 eggs to store owners. Cognitive: Solve 1-step word problem using any of the four fundamental operations. How many pupils in all joined the parade? V. How many more kilograms of he sell in January than in June? II. Developmental Activities 1. Solving one – step word problems using any of the four fundamental operations Reference: BEC-PELC I. 1.A. Review Review the steps in problem solving. Generalization What are the steps in solving word problems? Application Solve the following problems. Omar collected 31 242 eggs. Drill Drill on the basic addition. Miss Lorenzo distributed 3 264 squares of cloth equally among her 16 girls to make a table cover. Affective: Develop critical thinking in analyzing and solving word problems. subtraction. Sison sold 41 000 kilograms of copra in January and another 29 368 kilograms in June. Presentation Strategy 1(See Lesson Guide. How many eggs were left unsold? 2. Psychomotor: Solve accurately and correctly 1-step word problems. How many squares of cloth did each receive? Lesson Plan in Mathematics V 8 . B.Date: ___________________ I. 2. Each grade level had 42 pupils.

If each typewriter costs P 3000. An egg vendor bought 600 eggs from the Solder Farm. Solve the following problem. The average speed of the plane was 550 miles per hour. 2.to 3.00 for the basketball uniforms. C. alertness. B. cooperation A. how much was the school’s s 9 . How much did she pay in all? V.b Materials: Charts. uniforms? IV.A. She paid Php. Each of the 4 officials of the Sports Club contributed P 1 032. Solving 2-3 – step word problems using any of the four fundamental operations Reference: BEC-PELC I. Checking of assignments. p. An airplane covered the following distances in 3 trips: 1 300 miles. 23 . multiplication facts and division facts through the use of flash cards. subtraction facts. 972 miles and 1 580 miles. What was the average distance covered in the three trips? 2.Date: ___________________ I. Drill Drill on the basic addition facts. The PTA donated P 39 510 to the school to buy 15 typewriters. Presentation (See Lesson Guide. Affective: Solve 2-3-step word problem using any of the four fundamental operations with accuracy.word problems correctly. 28 per dozen.24) 2. Developmental Activities 1. How much was raised for the basketball II. flashcards Values: Accuracy . Psychomotor: Solve 2. 1. III. Generalization What are the steps you should follow in solving word problems? What is the most important thing to consider in problem solving? Application Solve the following problems. Read and solve. Cognitive: Solve 2-3-step word problem using any of the four fundamental operations.5. Preparatory Activities 1.

Preparatory Activities 1.1. 76 b. Developmental Activities 1. ____. p. ____ 1. Cognitive: Differentiate odd from even numbers Identify odd and even numbers. number cards Value: Alertness A. then p + p + n = ____ V. Affective: Show alertness in playing group games.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I. C. ____ 2. B. Generalization How do you differentiate odd numbers from even numbers? Application Write odd or even on the blank before each number. Psychomotor: Play actively in group games. 20. ____. IV. 10 . 476 2.1 Materials : Concrete objects. Drill Write the missing numbers. 4311. a. 22. 4321. 26) 2. 32. ____. If n is an odd number and p is an even number. III. 263 ____ 3.A 5. 4301. 1263 3. Presentation Strategy 3 (See Lesson Guide. 3104 ____ 2. Review Skip Counting. 5778 II. 7000 Answer each question 1. 26. Ring all even numbers and box all the odd numbers 1. Differentiate Odd and Even Numbers Reference: BEC PELC I.

Finding the greatest common factor of given numbers. IV. 4=? 2. Find the GCF.A 5. Generalization What are the methods of finding GCF of numbers? Application Give all the factors of each number. 11 . III. what are some of the prime factors of each number? V. Cognitive: Give the common factor of a given number. Find the greatest common factors of given numbers. number cards Value: Cooperation A. B. If the GCF of two numbers is 36. 12 = ? 8=? 30 = ? 20 = ? II. 12 = ? 27 = ? 18 = ? GCF = ? 24 = ? GCF = 3.2 Materials : Concrete objects. Drill Mental drill on Odd and Even numbers 2. Then box the GCF. Psychomotor: Compute the GCF of given numbers using any method.1. 24 = ? 30 = ? 36 = ? GCF = ? Answer each question 1. 1. Express each number as a product of its prime factors. Preparatory Activities 1.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I. Affective: Show cooperation with the group in finding factors. 18 = ? 2. 28-29) 2. Reference: BEC PELC I. Review Factorization Developmental Activities 1. p. C. Presentation Strategy 3 (See Lesson Guide. 1.

1.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I. 12 . B. p. 53 II.3 Materials: pocket chart. Name the prime numbers between 1 and 50. Psychomotor: Manipulate the given objects as directed. Name the composite numbers between 50 and 100. _____ 1.1. IV. Then encircle the number if it is prime. 48 2. 32) Developmental Activities 1. 21 Answer the questions. III. 2. Write P if the number is prime and C if composite.A 5. Drill Game 2. Presentation Strategy 2 (See Lesson Guide. Review Factors of a Number 3. C. Generalization What are prime numbers? Composite numbers? Application List all the factors of each number. Identifying Prime and Composite Numbers Reference: BEC PELC I. 1. Preparatory Activities 1. V. models. Affective: Appreciate the importance of little things/objects around us. Cognitive: Identify prime and composite numbers. Motivation (See Lesson Guide. 36 3. 28 _____ 2. p. cut outs Value: Cooperation A. 36 _____ 3. 32) 2.

78 2. Generalization How do you find the prime factors of a number? II. III. a. flashcards Value: Alertness A. 28 3. Motivation (See Lesson Guide. 80 3. 48 Write the prime factors of the following. 24 Give the prime factors of the following number using any method. Psychomotor: Write the prime factors of a given number correctly. Drill a. 84 2. 17 b. 1. Finding the prime factors of a number Reference: BEC PELC I. B.4 Materials : Chart. Cognitive: Find the prime factors of a number. What is twice the product of 4 and 5? 2. p. Review Tell whether the following numerals are prime or composite. Preparatory Activities 1. Affective: participate actively in the discussion.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I. 30 2. 3 c. p. 60 3. 1. 90 V. 5 3.1. 35) Developmental Activities 1. C. 36) 2. Presentation Strategy 2 (See Lesson Guide.A 5. Application Find the prime factors of these numbers using any method 1. 13 . IV.

p.5 Materials: Chart. Fixing Skills List down the first 5 multiples of each pair of numbers. Preparatory Activities 1. Identifying multiples of given numbers. 1. 60 b. 39) 2. C. 14 . 30 50 3. Psychomotor: Write numbers legibly Affective: Demonstrate willingness in doing group activities. 1. 66. 117 3. 105 5. 38) Developmental Activities 1. 20 15 40 2. 39. Generalization How do identify multiples of given numbers? Application Encircle the numbers that are not multiple of the number at the left. 1. 34 c.A 5. Find five multiples of 9 with a sum of 9. 150 3. 78) II. 44. 96 2. 90 9 7 6 12 15 13 V. B. flashcards Value: Willingness to join in group activities. a. 64. 11 (22. III. 52. Motivation (See Lesson Guide. 2. 55. Find two multiples of 12 with a sum of 9.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I. p. Cognitive: Identify multiples of a given numbers. Review Find the prime numbers of these numbers. Drill Game: Treasure Hunting 2. 50 3. Presentation (See Lesson Guide. IV.1. Answer the following. A. Put a check under a number at the top if the number at the left is a multiple of it. 72 4. 26. 37. 13 (36. 78) 2. 8 1. Reference: BEC PELC I.

100 Finding the least common multiples of a set of numbers Reference: BEC PELC I. (Distribute old calendars) 2. 1. Checking of Assignment 3. C. 100 Find the least multiple of a set of numbers. Developmental Activities 1. Show multiples of a number by 10. V.1. 30 15 . p. 18 . Preparatory Activities 1. 38) B. 50 __ __ __ __ __ 15 __ __ __ __ __ III. 36 2. 12 . II. 39) Application List down the first five multiples of each pair of numbers and then circle their LCM 1. Drill Drill on finding prime and composite numbers. 10 and 20 3. Express each number as a product of prime factors.5 Materials : old calendar. Give the LCM of each pair of numbers. Motivation (See Lesson Guide. 1. number cards A. 6 and 9 2.A 5. Presentation (See Lesson Guide. IV.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ___________________ I. p. Then find the LCM. Value: Willingness to join group activities Showing multiples of a given number by 10.

Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ____________________ I. 10 and 4 II. Drill Drill on giving numbers in sequence. a. 16 Find the LCM of these sets of numbers 1. B. C. 30 2. Preparatory Activities 1. 45 V. 16 . 0.1. Name the LCM of these set of numbers. 41) Developmental Activities 1. 36 2. 20. 24 and 36 b. Presentation Strategy 1(See Lesson Guide. ___.A 5. 6. 18. 8. IV. 15 and 40 c. p. 1. 42) 2. ___.6 Materials : flashcards. 8. Motivation (See Lesson Guide. 1. 12. Generalization What is the least common multiple (LCM) of a set numbers? Application Give the least common multiple (LCM). 12 and 24 3. ruler Value: Cooperation A. III. 9 . p. 3. Review Find the GCF of the following using the prime factorization. 12. 6 and 8 2. 18 3. ___ 2. 12. 8. 3 and 6 3. Affective: Work cooperatively with the other members of the group. Finding the Least Common Multiple (LCM) of a set of numbers Reference: BEC PELC I. 12. Cognitive: Find the least common multiple of a set of numbers Psychomotor: Write the multiples and least common multiple of a set of numbers. 12.

5 Motivation (See Lesson Guide. Put a check on the blank if the first number is divisible by the second number. 864 . 10 Reference: BEC PELC I. 125 C. Presentation (See Lesson Guide. Review Give at least 5 multiples of the following numbers. 5. p. or 10. Put a check under each corresponding column to identify whether each given number is divisible by 2. Drill 126 ÷ 3 = n 522 ÷ 6 = n 2. 45) II. 2 _____ 2. 5. 606 .Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ____________________ I. 405 5 10 V. IV. _______ 1. 120 2.A 5.1. Cognitive: State divisibility rules for 2. Developmental Activities 1. 1. B.7 Materials: flashcards. 5. Affective: Participate actively in class discussion. III. State Divisibility Rules of 2. 3. 10 2 1. Generalization Recall the divisibility rules for 2. p. 16 _______ 2. ruler Value: Active participation A. X if not. and 10 Classify numbers as divisible by 2. 3 c. 5. 4 b. Psychomotor: Post the corresponding number in the correct place in Venn diagram. 5 and 10. Application Write on the blank before each item whether the given number is divisible by 2. 45-46) 2. Preparatory Activities 1. 5 and 10. 10 _____ 17 . a.

Presentation (See Lesson Guide. 300 Motivation (See Lesson Guide. Drill Divide mentally 366 ÷ 6 = n 148 ÷ 2 = n 2. 299. or 9. and 9 Classify numbers as divisible by 3. 3. 18 . B. 40. State Divisibility Rules of 3. Application Put a check under the correct column applying the rules for divisibility.1. Generalization Recall the divisibility rules for 3. Preparatory Activities 1.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ____________________ I. 25. 26. 627 V. 20. and 9 Reference: BEC PELC I.7 Materials : flashcards. 14. 48) II. IV. 54. 3 6 9 120 315 C. p. 363 ____ 3. Review Encircle the number(s) which are exactly divisible by the given number before each item. which are divisible by the given number before each item.A 5. Identify if the number is divisible by 3. 346. Write on the blanks. 1. 2 a. 6. 65. Cognitive: State divisibility rules for 3. Developmental Activities 1. 846. 630 ____ 2. p. 84 5 2. 6 and 9. III. 48) 2. 6 and 9. 6. 6. 15 10 b. 3 1. Affective: Participate actively in class discussion. 16. 17. 423 ____ Encircle the numbers. Psychomotor: Put check marks under corresponding column where divisibility rules apply. Venn Diagram Value: Active participation A.

9. 6.1. 4. 9. State divisibility rules for 2. 6. and 10 Psychomotor: Form numbers satisfying given conditions. 3. 50-51) II. 3000 C. 9.7 Materials : flashcards. 9 and 10. Encircle 2. 4. Review Have the pupils recall the divisibility rules taken so far. Preparatory Activities 1. 3. teamwork A. 5. IV. Cognitive: State divisibility rules for 2. Application Write on the blank before each item whether the given number is divisible by 2. p. Drill On easy division (Mental Computation) 488 ÷ 8 = n 279 ÷ 3 = n 2. 5. and 10 _______ 1. Affective: Participate actively in class discussion. 3. 5. Presentation (See Lesson Guide. and 10 if the number is divisible by these numbers 1. 19 . 702 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 2. 4. 423 _______ 2. 3. 6. 9.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ____________________ I. III. 3. 4. 5. 4. 5746 _______ 3. and 10 Reference: BEC PELC I. Developmental Activities 1. B. 6. 3. 6. 4. and 10 Classify numbers as divisible by 2. 3. 5. 2 3 4 5 6 9 532 4554 249 10 V. Checking of assignment. 1632 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 Put a check under each column where divisibility rules apply. Motivation (See Lesson Guide. ruler Value: Active participation.A 5. Generalization Recall the divisibility rules for 2. 51) 2. p. 5. 6. 9.

Cognitive: Visualize changing dissimilar fractions to similar fractions.A 1 Materials : fraction cards. 4/10 3. 55) Developmental Activities 1. 55-56) 2. Review Identifying pairs of equivalent fractions. 2/4 3. active participation in class activities A. p. Preparatory Activities 1. 3/10 2.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ____________________ I. p. 2/12 2. C. B. 3/20 . 1. Psychomotor: Illustrate or match fractions equal to a given pair of dissimilar fractions. Generalization How do we rename dissimilar fractions to similar fractions? Application Rename these dissimilar fractions to similar fractions. IV. 4/6 2. 7/8. 3/4 II. 1. 5/12 Rename these dissimilar fractions as similar fractions. Rename dissimilar fractions to similar fractions. 2/8 . Reference: BEC PELC II. 2. 3/5 V. 2/9 . 3. Renaming dissimilar fractions to similar fractions. Motivation (See Lesson Guide. 4/10. 3/10 . charts Value: Helpfulness. III. 5/8 . Visualize changing dissimilar fractions to similar fractions. 6/8 . 20 . Drill Drill in finding the LCM of given numbers. Checking of assignment. Write as similar fractions 1. Affective: Demonstrate helpfulness at all times by helping with the household chores. Presentation Strategy 1 (See Lesson Guide.

2 and 1. Using cross product to determine whether 2 fractions are equal. 2 ___ 2. 59-60) 2. Who ate more pizza? 3. Cognitive: Identify equal fractions. 21 . Review Answer the following. p. 2/3 ______ II. Motivation (See Lesson Guide. ¼ . Psychomotor: Write the cross product of a given pair of fractions. Identifying Equal Fractions. ___________ 1. 3/10 ___________ 2. 2/5 _______ 2. 1.1 Materials : flashcards. Presentation Strategy 1 (See Lesson Guide. Luz and Noemi were both given one pizza by their cousin. Preparatory Activities 1. 3/12 ___________ 3. Drill Drill on basic multiplication facts 2. A. 59) Developmental Activities 1. 1 _7 3 = 12 4 = V. 2/8 .2. ½ . Generalization How do we identify equal fractions? Application Check if the fractions are equal.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ____________________ I. Use cross product to determine whether 2 fractions are equal. Affective: Appreciate things receive. write YES if the pair of fractions are equal and NO if not. IV. B. Luz ate ¾ of her pizza while Noemi ate 5/7 of hers. 3/6 Write the missing numerator And denominator to make the statement correct. use the cross product method. C.A 1. On the blanks before each number. Then write equal or not equal. 1. fractional kit Value: Positive attitude towards sharing. p. III. 3/8 . ¼ . Reference: BEC PELC II.

Drill Drill on basic division facts 2. 14/28 3. 1. Psychomotor: Illustrate the process of changing fractions to lowest terms. V. Reduce the following to lowest term. IV. 16/20 2. Affective: Demonstrate diligence in doing one’s schoolwork. Generalization How do we change fractions to lowest terms? When do we say that a fractions is in its lowest terms? Application Box the fraction in the higher term. 64. __/6 . Changing Fractions to lowest or Higher terms Reference: BEC PELC II.A 1. Motivation Do you love to eat cake? What kind of cake do you want to eat? B. 3/7 2. cartolina strips Value: Diligence A. 1. 3/9 3. 9/10 II. 21/24 Complete the set of fractions 1. Cognitive: Change fractions to lowest terms or higher terms. 6 b. 1/3 . Developmental Activities 1. Presentation Strategy 1 (See Lesson Guide.3 Materials : Activity sheets. p. 63) 2. C. __/9 22 . Review Find the GCF of the following pairs of numbers. Preparatory Activities 1. III. 24 3. 24. a.Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ____________________ I. Transform them in the lowest terms.

Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ____________________ I. Cognitive: Change fractions to lowest terms or higher terms. Psychomotor: Illustrate the process of changing fractions to lowest terms Affective: Demonstrate diligence in doing one’s schoolwork. Changing Fractions to lowest or Higher terms Reference: BEC PELC II.A 1.3,Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp.68-73 Materials: Activity sheets, cartolina strips Value: Diligence 1. Drill on basic division facts 2. Review on finding the GCF Find the GCF of the following pairs of numbers. 1. 24 and 6 2. 64 and 24 3. Do you love to eat cake? What kind of cake do you want to eat? 1. Refer to Lesson Guide pp. 69-70 2. a. Give three fractions equivalent to the given 1. 3/7 _______, _________, ____________ 2. 3/9 _______, _________, ___________ b. Reduce the following fractions to their lowest term. 1. 5/15 _______ 2. 21/28 ________ 3. How do we change fraction to lowest terms? When do we say a fraction is in the lowest term? How can we identify fraction in its lowest term? Reduce the following to lowest term 1. 16/20 2. 14/28 3. 8/24 (See Lesson Guide pp72-73) A. B. Encircle the fraction which does not belong to the group. 1. 7/14 6/9 ½ 8/16 2. 3/7 1/3 5/15 4/12 Give the GCF of each fraction, then change fractions to its lowest terms. 1. 2/4 = ______ = ______ 2. 5/15 = ______ = ______ 3. 4/12 = ______ = ______

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Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ____________________ I. Cognitive: Estimate fractions close to 0, ½ , or 1 Psychomotor: Draw regions and/or construct number lines to aid in estimation. Affective : Demonstrate proper attitude in winning or losing a game/contest. Estimating Fractions close to 0, ½ , or 1 Reference: BEC PELC II.A. 2, Lesson Guide in Mathematics, pp. 73 - 78 Materials: flashcards, number line Values: Sportsmanship Drill on rounding off whole numbers Review in comparing fractions. (Group Activity) See Lesson Guide p74. Refer to Lesson Guide pp. 75-76 Round the fraction to 0, ½ , or 1 a. 9/12 b. 7/8 c. 2/15 In estimating fractions, what are things we have to consider in numerators and denominators? Do you get a closer estimate if you round a mixed number to the nearest half or to a whole number? Explain Suppose you round ¾ down to ½ , and your friend rounds ¾ to 1. Explain why both answers are reasonable.

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Lesson Plan in Mathematics V Date: ____________________ I. Cognitive: Add two to four similar fractions Psychomotor: Write the sum of the given similar factions Affective: Show proper care of one’s belongings Adding two to four Similar Fractions with or without regrouping Reference: BEC PELC II.B.1.1 Lesson Guide in Mathematics, pp. 79-83 Materials: Fraction cards, regions Values: Proper care of one’s belongings

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III. Procedures A. 1. Drill on changing improper fractions to mixed number and vice versa. 2. Put a * before the number if the fraction is in the lowest terms. Simplify if it is NOT. ______ a. 9/11 ______ b. 4/6 ______ c. 7/8 3. Present the problem Trina used 3/8 m of plastic to cover her art portfolio and 2/8 m for her notebooks. How many meters of plastic cover did she use? What kind of pupil is Trina? Why is it important to take care of your things? B. 1. Refer to Lesson Guide pp. 80-82 2. Find the sum. Reduce the answers to lowest term. a. 13/30 + 5/20 b. 6/14 + 2/14 c. 2/9 + 4/9 + 1/9 3. How do you add 2 or more similar fractions? C. Find the sum. Simplify if possible. 1. You finished 1/8 of a drawing on Tuesday and 3/8 more on Wednesday. How much of the drawing did you finished? 2. A weather report states that ¾ cm of water fell on Saturday and the same amount on Sunday. How much rainwater fell on the two days? IV. Find the sum. Reduce answers to simplest form. 1. ¾ + ¾ = ________ 2. 4/8 + 1/8 = _______ 3. 8/10 + 3/10 = _______ Find the sum and give the answer in simplest form 1. 2/5 + 8/5 + 3/5 2. 11/12 + 2/12 + 1/12 3. 2/7 + 5/7 4. 4/15 + 1/15 + 5/15 5. 5/9 + 2/9 + 4/19

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2/7 + 5/6 9. 2/3 + 1/4 = ________ 2. If you are going to combine the following musical notes . 1. Cognitive : Visualize addition of dissimilar fractions without and with regrouping Psychomotor : Illustrate addition of dissimilar fractions Affective : Work harmoniously with others. Application. Visualizing addition of dissimilar fractions without and with regrouping Reference: BEC PELC II. a. 86-88 2. How would you illustrate this. 1. 2. regions. 1. 1/3 + 2/7 + 4/2 26 . Review on adding similar fractions using board games (See Lesson guide pp. what denominator will their sum have? Write and illustrate an example an example using models. two ¾’s and three 1/3 ‘s make a total of what number IV. 6. 84-85) 4.B. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. what is the combined value ? B. Drill on giving the LCM of given numbers 2. Find the sum of the following using diagrams. fraction chart Values: Peace and Harmony III. Procedures A. 3/8 + 1/3 = _______ V. Refer to Lesson Guide pp. 1/12 + 2/6 + 1/3 8.1. If you add two fractions whose denominators are 4 and 5. How can we better understand addition of dissimilar fractions? C. 2/15 + 1/5 + 3/10 10. Reduce the answers to lowest term. ¼ + 2/3 b.2 . 3/8 + ½ c. 1. Use diagrams or fraction regions to add the following.90 Materials : Fraction cards. one eight note. ½ + 1/3 d. game boards. 2/6 + 1/3 = _______ 3. II. Use models to find the sum. What is the addition sentence for the diagram below? + = 3. one quarter note and one half note. 2/5 + 1/3 + 4/6 7. 83 ._________________ _________________ I.

If you add two fractions whose denominators are 4 and 5. 2/3 + 1/4 = ________ 2. 3/8 + 1/3 = _______ V.1. one eight note. 1. 86-88 2. Drill on giving the LCM of given numbers 2. Visualizing addition of dissimilar fractions without and with regrouping Reference: BEC PELC II. Application. 2/15 + 1/5 + 3/10 5. How would you illustrate this. What is the addition sentence for the diagram below? + = 3. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. II. Find the sum of the following using diagrams. game boards. 2/5 + 1/3 + 4/6 2. If you are going to combine the following musical notes . 1. 84-85) 5. Use models to find the sum. regions. Procedures A. 1/3 + 2/7 + 4/2 27 . ½ + 1/3 d. two ¾’s and three 1/3 ‘s make a total of what number IV. 3/8 + ½ c. 2. Refer to Lesson Guide pp. Review on adding similar fractions using board games (See Lesson guide pp.2 . Use diagrams or fraction regions to add the following. 1. fraction chart Values: Peace and Harmony III. ¼ + 2/3 b.B. 2/6 + 1/3 = _______ 3. 83 . 1/12 + 2/6 + 1/3 3.90 Materials : Fraction cards. 2/7 + 5/6 4. Cognitive : Visualize addition of dissimilar fractions without and with regrouping Psychomotor : Illustrate addition of dissimilar fractions Affective : Work harmoniously with others. Reduce the answers to lowest term. one quarter note and one half note._________________ _________________ I. How can we better understand addition of dissimilar fractions? C. what denominator will their sum have? Write and illustrate an example an example using models. a. 1. 1. what is the combined value ? B.

Review on finding the LCM through the decomposition method 3. Application 1. Drill on finding the LCM of given numbers 2. There are ¼ notes and 1/8 notes . 6/10 + ½ = V. 2/10 + ¾ = 5. 90-94 Materials : Fraction cards. Adding Dissimilar Fractions Reference: BEC PELC II. If you sleep 8 hours in a 24-hour day and take a 2-hour nap. 5/8 + ¼ = 3. Refer to lesson guide pp91-92 2. Affective . There are different musical notes. regions Values: Obedience III. Add then express the sum in lowest terms if possible? 1. 1. 5/9 + 10/15 = 28 . How long will the sound be if two ¼ notes and three 1/8 notes are played? 1. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp.1. 6/12 + 5/9 = 3. 2/8 + ¾ = 2. 1.B. Rename each fractions as similar fractions. 1. 3/6 + 4/10 = 2. Faith ate 3/6 of pizza . Find the sum and if necessary reduce the answer to its lowest form. Cognitive: Add dissimilar fractions. Procedures A. what fraction of the day have you been asleep? IV._________________ _________________ I. Psychomotor: Illustrate the steps in adding dissimilar fractions. mark ate 2/12 of the same pizza. How do we add dissimilar fraction? C.3. 6/15 + 7/10 = 4. Form the habit of being obedient II. Find the sum • • + = + = 3. How many 5 parts of the pizza did they eat? B.

90-94 Materials : Fraction cards.If you sleep 8 hours in a 24-hour day and take a 2-hour nap. Find the sum • • + = + = 3. 5/9 + 10/15 = 29 . Refer to lesson guide pp91-92 2. Find the sum and if necessary reduce the answer to its lowest form. Psychomotor: Illustrate the steps in adding dissimilar fractions. regions Values: Obedience III. 2/10 + ¾ = 5. How long will the sound be if two ¼ notes and three 1/8 notes are played? 2. Faith ate 3/6 of pizza . 6/15 + 7/10 = 4. Adding Dissimilar Fractions Reference: BEC PELC II. 1. 6/10 + ½ = V. Review on finding the LCM through the decomposition method 3. Cognitive: Add dissimilar fractions. 6/12 + 5/9 = 3. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 2/8 + ¾ = 2. mark ate 2/12 of the same pizza. 5/8 + ¼ = 3. Form the habit of being obedient II. 1. Affective . There are different musical notes. How many 5 parts of the pizza did they eat? B. How do we add dissimilar fraction? C.1. Add then express the sum in lowest terms if possible? 1.3. Application 1. 1._________________ _________________ I. Procedures A.B. 3/6 + 4/10 = 2. Rename each fractions as similar fractions. what fraction of the day have you been asleep? IV. There are ¼ notes and 1/8 notes . Drill on finding the LCM of given numbers 2.

IV. 2/8 + ¾ + 3 + 4= 2._________________ _________________ I. 8 + 10 + 3/6 + 4/10 = 2. Adding Dissimilar Fractions and Whole Numbers Reference: BEC PELC II.4. Add. 6/12 + 5/9 + 6 + 4 = 3. 8 + 5 + 6/10 + ½ = V. cut-outs Values: Industry III. 12 + 2 + 5/9 + 10/15 = 30 . Refer to lesson guide p. 7 + 2 + 3 + 2/10 + ¾ = 5. Application 1. 1. How do we add dissimilar fraction and whole numbers? C. 95-97 2. Drill on finding the LCD of given numbers. Give the total weight. 1. What is the total distance she walked? 2. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. Lynette walked 2/3 km on Friday. Three hamsters were weighed by a veterinarian. 18 + 2 + 6/15 + 7/10 = 4.B. Who among you have tasted sweet tamarind candies? Do you have an idea what ingredients they have? B. Review on changing dissimilar fractions as similar fractions. 2/3 kg. Procedures A. 2. 3. regions. 94-98 Materials : Fraction cards. Appreciate the importance of putting up a small income-generating project II. and 2 kg. 1. 3/5 kg. Psychomotor: Write the answer in a number sentence through the aid of visual representation Affective . 3/4 km on Saturday and 1 km on Sunday. If possible. Find the sum and if necessary reduce the answer to its lowest form. 5 + 5/8 + ¼ = 3.1. 1. Cognitive: Add dissimilar fractions and whole numbers. Express the answers in lowest terms. Find the sum • 4 + 6 + 2/3 + ¾ • 5/10 + 3/6 + 15 3.

5 + 5/8 + ¼ = 3. What is the total distance she walked? 2. 8 + 5 + 6/10 + ½ = V. Cognitive: Add dissimilar fractions and whole numbers. 94-98 Materials : Fraction cards. Appreciate the importance of putting up a small income-generating project II. 7 + 2 + 3 + 2/10 + ¾ = 5. If possible. 3/4 km on Saturday and 1 km on Sunday. cut-outs Values: Industry III.B. Refer to lesson guide p. How do we add dissimilar fraction and whole numbers? C._________________ _________________ I. IV. regions. Drill on finding the LCD of given numbers. 3/5 kg.4. Who among you have tasted sweet tamarind candies? Do you have an idea what ingredients they have? B. 6/12 + 5/9 + 6 + 4 = 3. 1. 12 + 2 + 5/9 + 10/15 = 31 . 2. Add. 1. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp.1. Lynette walked 2/3 km on Friday. Find the sum • 4 + 6 + 2/3 + ¾ • 5/10 + 3/6 + 15 3. 1. 3. Find the sum and if necessary reduce the answer to its lowest form. Psychomotor: Write the answer in a number sentence through the aid of visual representation Affective . Give the total weight. 8 + 10 + 3/6 + 4/10 = 2. and 2 kg. 1. Three hamsters were weighed by a veterinarian. Express the answers in lowest terms. Adding Dissimilar Fractions and Whole Numbers Reference: BEC PELC II. Procedures A. 95-97 2. 2/8 + ¾ + 3 + 4= 2. Review on changing dissimilar fractions as similar fractions. Application 1. 18 + 2 + 6/15 + 7/10 = 4. 2/3 kg.

What kind of numbers did we add today ? How do we add mixed forms and whole numbers? C. Procedures A. Psychomotor: Illustrate addition of whole numbers and mixed forms through a diagram._________________ _________________ I. What addition sentence is shown by the diagram? 1. Illustrate then find the sum. + _________ B. Game: Cooperative work B. 1. 2. Mang Lando catches 5-kg tuna fish. 6 + 3 2/6 = 2. 99-101 2. II. pair of scissors Values: Spending time wisely III. and 1 ½ cups of sugar. Review on adding mixed forms and similar fractions. 3 + 7 2/10 = 5. Cognitive: Add whole numbers and mixed forms. Mang Mario catchesa 6 2/5 kg blue-fin fish. 4 ½ cups of milk. Affective : Budget one’s time wisely. Adding Whole Numbers and Mixed Forms Reference: BEC PELC II. 7 + 5 ¾ = V. a. Simplify if possible. cut-outs. 6 + 4 ¾ + 3 ¼ B. 3. Drill on changing fractions to simplest form. A mixtures contains 10 cups of egg yolks. A. Add the following: 1. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 2 + 1 ½ + 2 2/3 b. Refer to lesson guide p. Find the sum. Mang Andres catches a 8 3/5 yellow-fin fish. 4 + 2 7/8 = 2. a. 99-103 Materials : .1. A.B. 1 4/9 + 3 1/3 + 4 b. regions. 18 + 2 7/10 = 4. What is the total weight of the catches? 2. 1.5. 12 + 3 5/9 = + ________ 32 . 4 1/3 + 3 + 2 2/3 3. 2 2/4 cups of water. cartolina . How many cups will be filled by the mixtures/ IV. Draw diagrams to illustrate the following. Application 1. 5 5/9 + 6 + 4 = 3. 1.

Review on adding mixed forms and similar fractions.5. 3. Cognitive: Add whole numbers and mixed forms. How many cups will be filled by the mixtures/ IV. Draw diagrams to illustrate the following. Mang Mario catchesa 6 2/5 kg blue-fin fish. Application 1. 2 + 1 ½ + 2 2/3 b. Add the following: 1. 1. 5 5/9 + 6 + 4 = 3. Find the sum. a. 99-103 Materials : . II. 1. Affective : Budget one’s time wisely. Drill on changing fractions to simplest form. regions. What is the total weight of the catches? 2. 7 + 5 ¾ = V. A. What kind of numbers did we add today ? How do we add mixed forms and whole numbers? C. 6 + 3 2/6 = 2. A mixtures contains 10 cups of egg yolks. 2. Procedures A. 1.1. Illustrate then find the sum.B. 4 ½ cups of milk. 4 1/3 + 3 + 2 2/3 3. Simplify if possible. Game: Cooperative work B. 99-101 2. cut-outs. Adding Whole Numbers and Mixed Forms Reference: BEC PELC II. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. + _________ B. Mang Lando catches 5-kg tuna fish. 12 + 3 5/9 = + ________ 33 . pair of scissors Values: Spending time wisely III. 2 2/4 cups of water. Refer to lesson guide p. 6 + 4 ¾ + 3 ¼ B. 18 + 2 7/10 = 4. and 1 ½ cups of sugar. 1 4/9 + 3 1/3 + 4 b. Psychomotor: Illustrate addition of whole numbers and mixed forms through a diagram. cartolina . What addition sentence is shown by the diagram? 1. 4 + 2 7/8 = 2. Mang Andres catches a 8 3/5 yellow-fin fish. a. A. 3 + 7 2/10 = 5._________________ _________________ I.

Lito harvested 50 2/3 sacks of palay. 1. 1. 5 5/9 + ¾ = 3. Affective : Demonstrate love and concern for love ones. Illustrate then find the sum. number line model Values: Thoughtfulness III. 1 2/10 + 3/5 = V. 17 3/6 + 3/8 = 34 . Drill on adding dissimilar fractions 2. 1. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. Reduce answers to lowest term. 9 ¾ + 1/3 = b. II. 5 2/10 + ½ = 3.1.B. Find the sum. and the remaining two gifts used 2 ½ m each.. One gift used 3/5 meter of wrapper. 4 9/16 + ¾ = 4. another used 1 2/3 m. How many sacks did he harvest in all? 2. Procedures A. 3 2/7 + 1/3 = 2. How do we add a mixed form and dissimilar fraction? C. 105-106 2. 2 ¼ + 3/8 = 2. a. 25 ½ sacks of corn. Psychomotor: Illustrate the number sentence using models. Cooperative work B. 7 1/12 + 3/8 = 5. Application 1._________________ _________________ I. 104-107 Materials : frcation cards. Refer to lesson guide p. Myrna wraps her four gifts.6. 1. Cognitive: Add a mixed form and a dissimilar fraction. and 18 ¾ sacks of mango. How much wrapper was used in all? IV. regions. Add the following. Review on giving the LCD of 2 or more fractions 3. Adding Dissimilar fractions and Mixed Forms Reference: BEC PELC II.

B. 1 2/10 + 3/5 = V. Cognitive: Add a mixed form and a dissimilar fraction. 3 2/7 + 1/3 = 2. regions. Refer to lesson guide p. 5 2/10 + ½ = 3. Lito harvested 50 2/3 sacks of palay. another used 1 2/3 m. Psychomotor: Illustrate the number sentence using models. II. 5 5/9 + ¾ = 3._________________ _________________ I. One gift used 3/5 meter of wrapper. Review on giving the LCD of 2 or more fractions 3. Find the sum. 25 ½ sacks of corn. Adding Dissimilar fractions and Mixed Forms Reference: BEC PELC II. Illustrate then find the sum.6. number line model Values: Thoughtfulness III. 2 ¼ + 3/8 = 2. 7 1/12 + 3/8 = 5. 1. 1. Reduce answers to lowest term. 1. and 18 ¾ sacks of mango.. Add the following. Myrna wraps her four gifts. How many sacks did he harvest in all? 2. Affective : Demonstrate love and concern for love ones. 17 3/6 + 3/8 = 35 . Drill on adding dissimilar fractions 2. and the remaining two gifts used 2 ½ m each. 1. 105-106 2. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. a. 4 9/16 + ¾ = 4. Application 1. 104-107 Materials : fraction cards. How much wrapper was used in all? IV. How do we add a mixed form and dissimilar fraction? C. 9 ¾ + 1/3 = b.1. Procedures A. Cooperative work B.

B. Harold dug a hole in the ground 4 3/7 dm. Review on giving the LCD of 2 or more fractions 3. show me cards. 18 9/16 + 25 ¾ = 4. Review on giving the LCD of 2 or more fractions 3. and 2 2/3 m. fraction chart Values: Cooperation III. deep. 3 4/10 +5 ½ = 3. 16 2/7 + 27 1/3 = 2. Cognitive: Add mixed forms._________________ _________________ I. Adding Mixed Forms Reference: BEC PELC II. pieces of art paper. Psychomotor: Illustrate how to find the sum of mixed forms using actual objects such as sheets of paper. Reduce to lowest term if necessary 36 . 107-111 Materials : flashcards. How tall is the sculpture with the base? 2. 107-111 Materials : flashcards.B. Procedures A. etc. Refer to lesson guide p. show me cards. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 1. 25 3/6 + 10 3/8 = _________________ _________________ I. martin continued and made it 8 ½ dm. Reduce to lowest term if necessary a. How deep was the hole they made? IV. etc. 1. 1. Application : Answer the following. 108-110 2. 1. fraction chart Values: Cooperation III. Affective : Use things wisely and economically. 27 5/9 + 18 ¾ = 3.1. Present the lesson through a Math song B. Add the following. 5 ¼ + 3 2/6 = b. How do we add a mixed forms? C. Adding Mixed Forms Reference: BEC PELC II. Refer to lesson guide p. 1. 2 1/7 + 8 ¾ = V. Drill on converting fractions to lowest terms 2. Find the sum.7. Psychomotor: Illustrate how to find the sum of mixed forms using actual objects such as sheets of paper. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 12 1/12 + 16 3/8 = 5. II.1. The base of the sculpture is 1 ½ m. Procedures A. Drill on converting fractions to lowest terms 2.7. in height. pieces of art paper. 6 3/8 + 3 1/5 = 2. deeper. Cognitive: Add mixed forms. Find the sum. Illustrate then find the sum. Reduce answers to lowest term. 108-110 2. 1. 1. Present the lesson through a Math song B. II. Affective : Use things wisely and economically.

Application : Answer the following. 1. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. deeper. 7 2/6 + 5 3/10 = _________________ _________________ 37 . Are you fond of eating fruits? Do you frequently buy fruits from the market? What do you observe about the way the vendors weigh fruits? B. Reduce answers to lowest term. 27 5/9 + 18 ¾ = 3. Drill: Tell whether each fraction is closer to 0. How do you estimate the sum of two or more fractions? C. 5 ¼ + 3 2/6 = b. deep. II. 15 2/8 + 9 ¾ = 5. 3 2/6 + 4 3/5 = 4. martin continued and made it 8 ½ dm. Estimating the Sum of Fractions Reference: BEC PELC II. 1. 3 4/10 +5 ½ = 3. 2 1/7 + 8 ¾ = V. 25 3/6 + 10 3/8 = _________________ _________________ I. Affective : Estimate properly when a situation demands it.8.B. 2 3/6 + 5 7/10 = 2. Refer to lesson guide p. 1/5 + 7/8 = 3. 1. fraction model and cards Values: Cooperation. Harold dug a hole in the ground 4 3/7 dm. 112-114 2. Estimate how many cups of flour are there in all? 2. a. deep. Estimate the sum. Application : Answer the following. Cognitive: Estimate sums of fractions. to ½ or to 1 2. 1. Harold dug a hole in the ground 4 3/7 dm. 16 2/7 + 27 1/3 = 2. Add the following. 9 2/4 + 2 7/8 = V.a. martin continued and made it 8 ½ dm. 5 3/6 + 1 3/8 = 3. 1.1. How deep was the hole they made? IV. Your sister has 1 1/3 cups of flour to make a cake. Illustrate then find the sum. 1. 2 1/12 + 6 3/8 = 2. How deep was the hole they made? IV. in height. The base of the sculpture is 1 ½ m. 18 9/16 + 25 ¾ = 4. Procedures A. 7/8 + 4/5 = b. 1. 111. and 2 2/3 m. You have 5 5/8 cups of flour. 6 3/8 + 3 1/5 = 2. How tall is the sculpture with the base? 2. Estimate the sum. health-wise III. Estimate the sum 1. deeper.115 Materials : fraction strips. Psychomotor: Make use of wise guesses in estimating sums of fractions. 12 1/12 + 16 3/8 = 5. How do we add a mixed forms? C. Review addition of fractions 3.

9 2/4 + 2 7/8 = V. How deep was the hole they made? IV. 112-114 2. 7/8 + 4/5 = b.1. Refer to lesson guide p. 1. You have 5 5/8 cups of flour. Application : Answer the following. Harold dug a hole in the ground 4 3/7 dm. 1.B. II. 2 3/6 + 5 7/10 = 2. to ½ or to 1 2. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. Procedures A. deep. fraction model and cards Values: Cooperation. 1/5 + 7/8 = 3. 5 3/6 + 1 3/8 = 3. health-wise III. How do you estimate the sum of two or more fractions? C.115 Materials : fraction strips. Are you fond of eating fruits? Do you frequently buy fruits from the market? What do you observe about the way the vendors weigh fruits? B. fraction model and cards Values: Cooperation. martin continued and made it 8 ½ dm.115 Materials : fraction strips. Drill: Tell whether each fraction is closer to 0. Application : Answer the following. Are you fond of eating fruits? Do you frequently buy fruits from the market? What do you observe about the way the vendors weigh fruits? B. Cognitive: Add mentally. Your sister has 1 1/3 cups of flour to make a cake. 1. a. Estimate the sum. Your sister has 1 1/3 cups of flour to make a cake. health-wise III. Estimate how many cups of flour are there in all? 38 . Psychomotor: Make use of wise guesses in estimating sums of fractions. Cognitive: Estimate sums of fractions. How do you estimate the sum of two or more fractions? C. 1. Estimate the sum 1. Psychomotor: Make use of wise guesses in estimating sums of fractions. a.B.1. Estimating the Sum of Fractions Reference: BEC PELC II. Estimate the sum. Estimating the Sum of Fractions Reference: BEC PELC II. 111. deeper. 2 1/12 + 6 3/8 = 2. Drill: Tell whether each fraction is closer to 0.I. 1. 15 2/8 + 9 ¾ = 5. II. 1. 1. to ½ or to 1 2. 112-114 2.8. 3 2/6 + 4 3/5 = 4. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 1/5 + 7/8 = 3. You have 5 5/8 cups of flour. Affective : Estimate properly when a situation demands it. Review addition of fractions 3. Estimate the sum. Refer to lesson guide p. Review addition of fractions 3. Affective : Estimate properly when a situation demands it. Estimate how many cups of flour are there in all? 2. 7 2/6 + 5 3/10 = _________________ _________________ I. 111. 7/8 + 4/5 = b. Procedures A.8.

fraction model and cards Values: Cooperation III. 1.. Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. Solving word problems involving addition of similar and dissimilar fraction without and with regrouping. 1. How deep was the hole they made? IV. what part of the wall did they paint? 39 . Psychomotor: Write the correct number sentence for a problem. 9 2/4 + 2 7/8 = V. another weighed 1 2/5 kg. Sally uses 2 ½ meters of ribbon to decorate one package and 1 ¾ meters to decorate another. deep. How many kg of chicken did mother buy? 3. 15 2/8 + 9 ¾ = 5. Review addition of dissimilar fractions 3. Refer to lesson guide p. One weighed 1 1/6 kg. You have 5 5/8 cups of flour.2. Estimate how many cups of flour are there in all? 2. Elicit answers for the following questions? 1) How do we solve problems? 2) What are the steps in problem solving? 3) If the fractions involved are dissimilar. 1. deep. Estimate the sum 1. Estimate the sum. 7 2/6 + 5 3/10 = _________________ _________________ I. Procedures A. Cognitive: Solve word problems involving addition of similar and dissimilar fraction without and with regrouping. Affective : Participate willingly in the school activities. Harold dug a hole in the ground 4 3/7 dm. Drill: Adding similar fractions using show me board. How many meters of lace did she have? b. Mother bought three dressed chicken. martin continued and made it 8 ½ dm. 2. How deep was the hole they made? IV. deeper. Application : Analyze then solve. deeper.1. She bought 3 1/5 m of the same kind of lace. 119-124 Materials : fraction strips. Analyze then solve. 2 3/6 + 5 7/10 = 2. and the third weighed 1 3/10 kg. what do we do? C. a. 3 2/6 + 4 3/5 = 4. Do you join in the school activities and celebrations? What occasions and events do we celebrate in school? B. 5 3/6 + 1 3/8 = 3. Together . II. Your sister has 1 1/3 cups of flour to make a cake. Write the number sentence then solve. Martin continued and made it 8 ½ dm. 1. Reference: BEC PELC II.2. 2 1/12 + 6 3/8 = 2. How much ribbon does she use altogether? 1) Number sentence __________________________ 2) Solution and answer _______________________ Sam painted ½ of the wall while jim painted 1/6 of it.B. May had 2 2/5 of lace. Read the problem carefully. 120-122 2. Harold dug a hole in the ground 4 3/7 dm.

How many meters of fabric do the two girls buy? 1) 2) 3) 4) What is asked? ___________ What are given? ___________ What is the number sentence? ___________ What is the solution and the answer? ___________ Josh bought 1 ½ kg of peanuts. 2 m. Solving word problems involving addition of similar and dissimilar 40 . If she gave them 1 2/5 m. mathematics 2/3 hour. Grace buys 5 meters of fabric. How many kilograms of peanut did they buy in all? 1) 2) 3) 4) What is asked? ___________ What are given? ___________ What is the number sentence? ___________ What is the solution and the answer? ___________ Miss Hernandez bought cloth for her three nieces. Cognitive: Solve word problems involving addition of similar and dissimilar fraction without and with regrouping. Affective : Participate willingly in the school activities. Analyze the problems by answering the given questions. how many meters of cloth did she buy in all? 1) 2) 3) 4) What is asked? ___________ What are given? ___________ What is the number sentence? ___________ What is the solution and the answer? ___________ English takes ¾ hour. II.1) Number sentence __________________________ 2) Solution and answer _______________________ V. Psychomotor: Write the correct number sentence for a problem. How many meters of cloth did she buy in all? 1) 2) 3) 4) What is asked? ___________ What are given? ___________ What is the number sentence? ___________ What is the solution and the answer? ___________ _________________ _________________ I. Jill bought 2 ¼ for their retail merchandising project in class. and 1 ½ each. while Margie buys 3 ¾ meters. How much time is spent for the three subjects? 1) 2) 3) 4) What is asked? ___________ What are given? ___________ What is the number sentence? ___________ What is the solution and the answer? ___________ Margie bought 10 ¼ m of printed cloth and 2 2/5 m of plain white cloth. and Science 1/3 hour.

deeper. She bought 3 1/5 m of the same kind of lace.fraction without and with regrouping. another weighed 1 2/5 kg. Estimate how many cups of flour are there in all? 2. Read the problem carefully. 2 m. How many kilograms of peanut did they buy in all? 3) Miss Hernandez bought cloth for her three nieces. Application : Analyze then solve. Elicit answers for the following questions? 1) How do we solve problems? 2) What are the steps in problem solving? 3) If the fractions involved are dissimilar. Refer to lesson guide p. Do you join in the school activities and celebrations? What occasions and events do we celebrate in school? B. How deep was the hole they made? IV. How many meters of lace did she have? b. fraction model and cards Values: Cooperation III. You have 5 5/8 cups of flour. May had 2 2/5 of lace.B. Visualize subtraction of fraction. 2. 41 . Lesson Guide in Mathematics pp. 119-124 Materials : fraction strips. Together . and 1 ½ each. Harold dug a hole in the ground 4 3/7 dm. 1. Martin continued and made it 8 ½ dm. 1) Grace buys 5 meters of fabric. Drill: Adding similar fractions using show me board. a. deep. 1. How many kg of chicken did mother buy? 3. Sally uses 2 ½ meters of ribbon to decorate one package and 1 ¾ meters to decorate another. what part of the wall did they paint? 1) Number sentence __________________________ 2) Solution and answer _______________________ V. One weighed 1 1/6 kg. Write the number sentence then solve.2. mathematics 2/3 hour. 120-122 2. and Science 1/3 hour. Mother bought three dressed chicken. 1. what do we do? C. Analyze then solve. Reference: BEC PELC II. If she gave them 1 2/5 m. How many meters of fabric do the two girls buy? 2) Josh bought 1 ½ kg of peanuts. Jill bought 2 ¼ for their retail merchandising project in class. how many meters of cloth did she buy in all? 4) English takes ¾ hour. Your sister has 1 1/3 cups of flour to make a cake. How much ribbon does she use altogether? 1) Number sentence __________________________ 2) Solution and answer _______________________ Sam painted ½ of the wall while jim painted 1/6 of it. while Margie buys 3 ¾ meters. and the third weighed 1 3/10 kg. How much time is spent for the three subjects? 5) Margie bought 10 ¼ m of printed cloth and 2 2/5 m of plain white cloth. Procedures A. How many meters of cloth did she buy in all? _________________ _________________ I. Analyze the problems then solve. Review addition of dissimilar fractions 3.1..

1. 7/9 – 4/9 = ________ V. Values: Helping parents / elders II. 26 5/7 .1. concrete objects. Perform as indicated.5/11 IV. Subtracting mixed numbers from mixed numbers with similar fraction.20 = ________ V. 10 5/6 2. fraction cards III. Show the following sentence on a number line. 15 ¾ 2. Visualizing Subtraction of Fraction Reference: BEC PELC II.1 = ________ 2. 91 .C. 1. how many tomatoes were left? _________________ _________________ I.C. concrete objects.1. 9/11 .3 Materials : Flashcards.3/15 2. fraction cards III. 26 8/11 . 1.95 4. Reduce answers to lowest terms. 8/7 – 3/7 = N 2. 1. Illustrate the following equations by drawing fractional regions.1 Materials : Flashcards. Subtract mixed numbers from mixed numbers with similar fraction. Subtracting whole numbers from Mixed Forms Reference: BEC PELC II. Refer to LP pp.1/7 = N _________________ _________________ I. concrete objects. Values: Thrifty /Economy II. Draw regions or number line to illustrate the following.93 4.Values: Perseverance in one’s work II. Checking of assignment 3. Subtract whole numbers from mixed forms. 8/15 . 1. 1.20____ IV. 1. Reference: BEC PELC II. 2.2_1/6_ . 93 .2 Materials : Flashcards. Checking of assignment 3. 1. Refer to LP pp. Drill: on subtracting similar fractions. 35 ¾ . 5/6 – 2/6 = ________ 2. 88-90 4. 5/7 . Solve Mila has 13 ½ tomatoes for the vegetable salad. Reduce answers to lowest terms.2___ .5 3/11 42 . Subtract the following..C. 2. Find the difference then reduce answers to lowest terms. Refer to LP pp. Then find the difference. Checking of assignment 3. She used 8 tomatoes. fraction cards III. 5 2/7 . 2.1. Drill: on identifying fractional parts. 1. Drill: on subtracting whole numbers in patterns.

20 7/19 = ________ V. 2.12 1/7 = ________ 2. Perform as indicated. 1._1/6_ 3/11 IV. concrete objects. Values: Love and concern 43 . Subtract fractions from whole numbers. 1. The painter used ¾ gallons. How many kilos heavier is Amor than Marife? _________________ _________________ I.4 Materials : Flashcards. Subtract mixed numbers from mixed numbers with similar fraction. Checking of assignment 3. Reduce answers to lowest terms. Subtract fractions from mixed numbers. Find the difference then reduce answers to lowest terms. 10 2. Drill: on subtracting mixed numbers from mixed numbers 2.C. How many kilos heavier is Amor than Marife? _________________ _________________ I. Find the difference then reduce answers to lowest terms. Drill: on subtracting similar fractions. Refer to LP pp. 35 12/19 . 26 .20 7/19 = ________ V. Find the difference then reduce answers to lowest terms. 26 8/11 .2_1/6_ .1. Values: Thrifty /Economy II. 96 . 1. Checking of assignment 3. Sison bought 4 gallons of paint. Reference: BEC PELC II. Subtracting Fractions from Whole Numbers . Refer to LP pp. 1.95 4. 35 12/19 .C. 28 – 3/12 = ________ V.12 1/7 = ________ 2. Reference: BEC PELC II. 1. Solve Ms. 1.3 Materials : Flashcards. 56 – 5/25 = ________ 2.1.5 3/11 IV. Reduce answers to lowest terms. Perform as indicated. She asked a painter to paint their wall. fraction cards III. 27 2/7 . How much paint was left? _________________ _________________ I. 1. 10 5/6 2. 93 .98 4. fraction cards III. Marife weighs 36 3/8 kilos. Marife weighs 36 3/8 kilos. Solve Amor weighs 50 1/8 kilos. 27 2/7 .IV. concrete objects. Subtracting mixed numbers from mixed numbers with similar fraction. Values: Thrifty /Economy II. Solve Amor weighs 50 1/8 kilos.

6 Materials : Flashcards. 19 11/12 – 2/12 _________________ _________________ I. 99 . 4/8 x ½ IV. 103 . concrete objects.5 Materials : Flashcards. Reference: BEC PELC II. Subtract 5 3/7 from the input. Refer to LP pp. Change to lowest term if possible. Visualizing Multiplication of Fraction Ref: BEC-PELC II.1. Drill: on expressing a whole number as mixed form. 10 1/8 – 3/8 2. coins. 1. 2/5 x ¼ = 44 . 10 4/12 – 1/12 = ________ 2. 10 – 7 3/8 _________________ _________________ I. 1/3 x ¾ = 2. 1. Input Output 10 7 13 V. 1. Subtracting Fractions from Mixed Numbers .¼ = ________ V. strips of paper III. 4.1. Refer to LP pp. 25 – 20 5/8 IV. 15 3/9 – 8/9 2. 1. 15 – 3 8/9 2. drawing of soap bars III. 2. Change to lowest term if possible. Values: Dignity of labor II. 1.102 4.II. 1. Checking of assignment 3. 16 ¾ . fraction cards III.C. Subtract mixed number from whole numbers.105 4.1. Checking of assignment 3. Refer to LP pp125-127. Find the difference then reduce answers to lowest terms. 25 2/8 – 5/8 IV. Illustrate and then give the product. Use the drill boards in subtracting the following 1. Visualize multiplication of fractions. Values: Neatness. Subtract the following 1.C. Cooperation II. Reference: BEC PELC II. Drill: on subtracting similar fractions 2. Illustrate and find the product. Find the difference. 2. Find the difference.1 Materials: Flashcards. Subtracting Mixed numbers from Whole Numbers . Drill on multiplying mentally. 1.D. What is ½ of a whole? 3. 1.

Drill on visualizing multiplication of fractions. of 1/6 into equation. Find the answer. Write each answer in lowest term 1. 1. 2. 2. Refer to LP pp130-133. 5/6 x 20 = N IV.2 Materials: bottles. active participation II. Checking of assignment. 1.D. 1. 5/6 x 20 = N IV.1. ¼ of 4/5 of 5/6 = N 45 . 1. 7/8 x 5 = 2. Find a Fractional Part of a Number Ref: BEC-PELC II. 1. 2/3 x ½ _________________ _________________ I. 1. Multiply.1. 2. Ref: BEC-PELC II. Use paper folding to illustrate the following equations 1. 4. Values: Alertness.2 Materials: flashcards. 1. 7/8 x 5 = 2. Refer to LP pp128-129. Checking of assignment. active participation II. 25 x 3/4 = _________________ _________________ I. 3.2 Materials: bottles. Find the fractional part of a number. Refer to LP pp128-129. Find the answer. strips of paper. of 1/6 into equation. Find a Fractional Part of a Number Ref: BEC-PELC II. 1. Find the fractional part of a number. Find the answer. 4. Values: Alertness. Multiply. ½ of ¼ of 1/5 = N 2. 2/3 of. Express your answers to simplest form.1.D. pictures III. 25 x 3/4 = _________________ _________________ I. 2/3 of. active participation II. 3. strips of paper. Find the product. 3. Translating expressions such as ½ of.V. Translate expressions such as ½ of. Find the product. Drill on naming fraction. 3/7 x 21 = V. Drill on naming fraction. Values: Cooperation. 3/7 x 21 = V. 4.D. Write each answer in lowest term 1. show me cards III. Checking of assignment. Express your answers to simplest form. pictures III.

8 1. A. Drill on reducing fraction to lowest terms as review of previous lesson. _____ 2. First as fraction in lowest term and then with the colon (:) a) 12 chairs to 3 tables _________ . Application: Write the ratio in two ways . ¾ of 5/8 of 5/9 = 2. 2 . Express your answers to simplest form. Generalization: What is a ratio? What are the two ways of writing ratio? C. A. Preparatory Activities 1. II.2 Materials: flashcards. Write ratios in 2 ways E. A. cut-outs. Naming and Writing Ratio in Two ways Ref: BEC-PELC II. ___________ 3. 1. Write the following ratios in 2 ways. ¼ of 2/3 of 5/8 = _________________ _________________ I. real objects Value : Appreciation for use of ratio III. 46 .1 – 1. number of days in a week to the number of months in a year 2. Preparatory Activities 1. Fixing Skills: Write a ratio for the following. 2/5 of 5/6 of 3/7 = V. Use flashcards (pen-and-paper drill) B. Lesson Guide pp218-219 2.1 – 1. Compare the two quantities using ratio. number of hours in a day to the number of hours in a week _________________ _________________ I. Naming and Writing Ratio in Two ways Ref: BEC-PELC II.E. 1. real objects Value : Appreciation for use of ratio III. 1/3 of 2/3 of 3/5 = 2. Lesson proper 1. II. ratio of circles to triangles _____ . A. 1. B. Appreciate use of ratio in real-life situation. 1) 3 books. Write ratios in 2 ways C. Multiply. Compare the two quantities using ratio. 2 chocolate bars – ratio of chocolate bars to candies V.E. Drill on reducing fraction to lowest terms as review of previous lesson. Write each answer in lowest term 1. ___________ b) 2 pencils for 5 pesos _________ . 5 bags – ratio of books to bags 2) 10 candies. Find the product. a. Write the ratio of the following in 2 ways. cut-outs. 1. ratio of triangles to circles _____ . Appreciate use of ratio in real-life situation. _____ IV.2 Materials: flashcards. Refer to Strategy 1: Using actual pupils in naming ratio.IV. D.

How do we reduce ratios to lowest term? (We divide the numerator and denominator by a common factor until the two numbers have the number 1 as the only common factor. C. ___________ b) 2 pencils for 5 pesos _________ . ratio of circles to triangles _____ . number of hours in a day to the number of hours in a week _________________ _________________ I.Use flashcards (pen-and-paper drill) B. Write ratios in lowest term. 1. pp222 .2 and 1. First as fraction in lowest term and then with the colon (:) a) 12 chairs to 3 tables _________ . Solving word problems Ref: BEC-PELC II.3 . Application: Write the ratio in two ways . _____ IV. 1. B. ratio of triangles to circles _____ . Lesson Guide pp223-224 2. 8 1. See Activity 1. a. Reduce ratios to lowest terms. real object Values: Love for Mother Earth by recycling III. 1. Recycling Campaign Number of Bottle 1 2 7 10 15 s (kg) points 5 10 15 60 B. II. Review in the definition of ratio and the two ways of writing a ratio (Colon and fraction form. Lesson Guide in Mathematics 5. Demonstrate love for Mother Earth by recycling. Express the ratio of the first quantity to the second quantity in simplest form. Use patterns to help you complete the table below. 2 . Lesson Guide pp218-219 2. 1) 12 flowers to 4 vases 2) 21 garbage cans to 14 classrooms 3. a) 3/9 b) 6/30 2. A. 3. 1) 3 books. Write the following ratios in 2 ways. A. number of days in a week to the number of months in a year 2.226 Materials: flashcards. Lesson proper 1. _____ 2. 1. ___________ 3. Drill on reducing fraction to lowest terms. Generalization: What is a ratio? What are the two ways of writing ratio? C.E. 5 bags – ratio of books to bags 2) 10 candies. Fixing Skills: Write a ratio for the following. Write the ratio of the following in 2 ways. 2 chocolate bars – ratio of chocolate bars to candies V. Refer to Strategy 1: Using actual pupils in naming ratio. Writing ratios in lowest terms. cut-outs. 47 .

Demonstrate love for Mother Earth by recycling. Recycling Campaign Number of Bottle 1 2 7 10 15 s (kg) points 5 10 15 60 B. 1) 2 teachers to 46 pupils 2) 4 books to 10 students 3) 36 glasses of juice to 30 sandwiches IV. 1) 2 teachers to 46 pupils 2) 4 books to 10 students 3) 36 glasses of juice to 30 sandwiches IV. Lesson Guide pp223-224 2. pp222 . C. A. 1. Write ratios in lowest term. B. Write the ratios in lowest term. 1. 10:5 3) 3:12 V. a) 3/9 b) 6/30 2. Lesson Guide in Mathematics 5. Write the ratios in lowest term. Drill on reducing fraction to lowest terms. 1. C.226 Materials: flashcards. real object Values: Love for Mother Earth by recycling III. How do we reduce ratios to lowest term? (We divide the numerator and denominator by a common factor until the two numbers have the number 1 as the only common factor. 1) 12 flowers to 4 vases 2) 21 garbage cans to 14 classrooms 3. Reduce the ratios to lowest term 1) 10:5 2) 3:12 V. cut-outs. II. 1. Writing ratios in lowest terms. Express the ratio of the first quantity too the second quantity and reduce to simplest form. Reduce the ratios to lowest term 1. 120 min 10 dm 2 hr 48 .E. Solving word problems Ref: BEC-PELC II. 120 min 10 dm 2 hr _________________ _________________ I. 1. Express the ratio of the first quantity to the second quantity in simplest form.2 and 1. 100 dm 2. 100 dm 2. Express the ratio of the first quantity too the second quantity and reduce to simplest form. Review in the definition of ratio and the two ways of writing a ratio (Colon and fraction form.C. A. 3. Use patterns to help you complete the table below. See Activity 1.3 . Reduce ratios to lowest terms.

A. Appreciate the value of good nutrition to one’s health II. Lesson Guide in Mathematics 5. pp227-231 Materials: pictures Values: Appreciating the value of proper nutrition III. Lesson Guide pp228 2. Renaming in Decimal form Fractions whose denominators are Powers of 10 Ref: BEC-PELC II. A.1 Materials: charts. 3 are boys. grid Values: Accuracy. Rename the fractions to decimals accurately. a) 8/n = 14/45 b) 5/7 = n/35 3. Review on reducing ratios to lowest terms.E. 2:14 _________________ _________________ I. Drill on naming ratios. Lesson Guide in Mathematics 5 . Matching type. B. 1. II. 2:5 2. Alertness. pp232 . 0. B. Identifying equal ratios. Rename in decimal form fractions whose denominators are powers of ten and vice versa.890 49 . A. 1. 1. Review on writing word fractions into fraction symbols. speed III. Match column A with column B _____ 1. 1. which is the numerator? which is the denominator? 2. 1. Write yes or no on the blank. Solve for the missing term in each pair of ratios. Write in decimal form fractions whose denominators are powers of 10. 1. Identify equal ratio. Drill : Mental computation In a group of 10 members . 3:4 = 12:16 _______ 2. 4 hats 2.233 2.4. C. a) 4: 12 b) 10:16 3._________________ _________________ I. Refer to Strategy 1. Complete the table to build set of equal ratios. A. eighty-nine thousandths a. Petals 5 20 Leaves 12 IV. What is the ratio of the boys to the number of members? If you write this ratio as a fraction. 1. Identifying Equal Ratio Ref: BEC-PELC II.F. a) 5 red cars. Do you know how to cook? What recipes can you cook? B. Refer to Strategy 1. Find the missing term in equal ratios. 3:2 = 6:4 _______ V. Give three or more equal ratios for each. Write equal ratios in two ways C. Fraction Word Fraction Symbols four tenths ____________ six tenths ____________ B. 6 white cars b) 3 handbags . When are the ratios equal? How can we build sets of equal ratios? C. 1.

1. How do we determine the number of decimal places when changing fractions to decimals? C.1867 2. 0. a) 345 b) 1. eight and nine-thousandths b. 1. 1) I am a decimal number. How do we determine the place value of digit in a decimal? If you have a number with whole number and decimal part. 0. Rename these decimals as fractions.146 ____________ 2. Give the place value of the underlined digit.7 V. A.25 2. 1. A. 1. Refer to p. B. Matching Game. Write the place value of the underlined digit. Identify the place value of each digit of a given decimal. 19.567 V.38 2) 0._____2.007 2. Write the place value of each digit in a decimal number. Giving the Place Value of each digit of a Given Decimal Ref: BEC-PELC II. A. Manifest accuracy in giving the place value of the given decimal. Review on place value of whole numbers. 237-241 Materials: Place value Chart Values: Accuracy and orderliness III. II. lesson Guide p. My thousandths digit is less than my hundredths digit and 2 less than my tenths digit. Rename as fractions.F. 1. What decimal number am I? 2) How many decimal places does two and four hundred seventeen thousandths have? IV.614 ____________ 3.0275 2.096 3. 1) 0. 0. 238 B. Write the digit in each place 50 . how will you read it? How will you write it? C.089 3. 0. 239 2. 12/100 B. 0.35 b) 9/100 b) 0. C. 1.0002 _________________ _________________ I. 3/10 2. 0. Refer to Strategy 3 . Express each fraction in decimal form. Give the answer. 1) 3/10 2) 5/100 IV. 0. Express as a fraction with a power of 10 as denominators. 1.6 Rename as decimals. 0. Drill on renaming fractions in decimal form and vice versa a) 2/10 a) 0. Lesson Guide pp.2 . 1.

Write the digit in each place 1. Be aware of current issues or events that affect our country.2 .146 ____________ 2. 2 . 1) I am a decimal number. Give the place value of the underlined digit. 237-241 Materials: Place value Chart Values: Accuracy and orderliness III. Matching Game. 239 2. 1. A. Drill on renaming fractions in decimal form and vice versa a) 2/10 a) 0. a) 345 b) 1. How do we determine the place value of digit in a decimal? If you have a number with whole number and decimal part.567 V. Review on place value of whole numbers. 1. Giving the Place Value of each digit of a Given Decimal Ref: BEC-PELC II. 1. B.F. 238 B. Write the place value of each digit in a decimal number. What decimal number am I? 2) How many decimal places does two and four hundred seventeen thousandths have? IV. 0.614 ____________ 3. Give the answer.1867 2. Refer to p. A.35 b) 9/100 b) 0. Read and write decimals through thousandths. Reading and Writing Decimals through Thousandths Ref: BEC-PELC II. 0.096 3. C.34607 a) _________ Hundredths b) _________ Tenths c) _________ Thousandths _________________ _________________ I. II. grid Values: Vigilance to current issues 51 . B.34607 a) _________ Hundredths b) _________ Tenths c) _________ Thousandths _________________ _________________ I. lesson Guide p. My thousandths digit is less than my hundredths digit and 2 less than my tenths digit. 0. A. 0. Write the place value of the underlined digit. Identify the place value of each digit of a given decimal. how will you read it? How will you write it? C. 19. Refer to Strategy 3 .F.007 2. 1. Lesson Guide pp241-247 Materials: Place value Chart. Lesson Guide pp. Manifest accuracy in giving the place value of the given decimal. 1. 0. Draw models of given decimals C.1. II.

F.249 2. Are you all aware of what is happening in our country? Are you aware of the economic situation in the Philippines. 1. 9 in the tenths 7 in the thousandths 6 in the hundredths 1 in the ones V. B. Based on the given clues. Draw models of given decimals C. Drill on expressing fractions as decimals 2/5 ½ ¾ 2. A . 1. Review on place value of decimals Write the digit in each place 0. Sixty-four and thirty three hundredths. Write the following in words. Lesson Guide pp241-247 Materials: Place value Chart. 2. 2 . 1383. Write the following as fraction and as decimal. 267. II.561 3. Are you all aware of what is happening in our country? Are you aware of the economic situation in the Philippines. Review on place value of decimals Write the digit in each place 0. Reading and Writing Decimals through Thousandths Ref: BEC-PELC II. 1383. Lesson Guide pp 243-244 2. 1. B. Write decimals that the teacher will dictate. Write decimals that the teacher will dictate. B. 1. A . 1.34912 __________ hundredths __________ tenths __________ thousandths 3. 1.249 2. What are the rules in reading and writing decimals? C. Refer to Strategy 2. 1. 267. grid Values: Vigilance to current issues III. a) 267. _________________ _________________ I. Refer to Strategy 2. 7 in the thousandths 5 in the ones place 8 in the tenths 4 in the tens 2.561 52 . Read and write decimals through thousandths. One hundred twenty five and one hundredths. A. 1.249 b) 1383. Drill on expressing fractions as decimals 2/5 ½ ¾ 2. write the correct decimal number for each. Be aware of current issues or events that affect our country.561 IV.III.34912 __________ hundredths __________ tenths __________ thousandths 3. Lesson Guide pp 243-244 2.

25 0. One hundred twenty three thousandths . Lesson Guide pp.561 3. Refer to Strategy 1 . Lesson Guide pp 247-251 Materials: Place value Chart. One hundred twenty five and one hundredths. 1383. A. flashcards Values: Speed and Accuracy III. Review on reading and writing decimals. 1. 1. _________________ _________________ I. Round off to the underlined digit.249 2.450 2) 7. 0. 267. Tenths ___________ Hundredths ___________ Thousandths ___________ _________________ 53 . 1. Sixty-four and thirty three hundredths. Round 85. 1) 6. Round off the following decimals to the nearest place indicated. Write the following as fraction and as decimal.F. B. 1. Drill on reading decimal numbers.561 IV. 7 in the thousandths 5 in the ones place 8 in the tenths 4 in the tens 2. 35. Rounding decimals to the nearest tenths/ hundredths/ thousandths. Round decimals to the nearest tenths/ hundredths/ thousandths. What is the rule in rounding off decimal numbers. A. 2. Round off to the underlined digit.46 0.2. Round decimals to the nearest tenths/ hundredths/ thousandths.7483 0. 1.0453 V. Write the following in words. What are the rules in reading and writing decimals? C. 6.3892 IV. Round decimals to the nearest tenths/ hundredths/ thousandths with speed and accuracy.35 3) 0. Based on the given clues. c) 267.81267 to the nearest place indicated. Ref: BEC-PELC II. C. write the correct decimal number for each.218-219 2.__________ B.3. II. 9 in the tenths 7 in the thousandths 6 in the hundredths 1 in the ones V.3912 2. Tenths Hundredths Thousandths 1. 2._________ Four and five ten thousandths .249 d) 1383. C.5864 2.

Write the following in column then add.3 2. a) 23. a) 23.236 + 24.G. pp251) B. 1. 1.a Materials: Place value Chart. Add 1. Write the following in column then add. 7. 23. A. B. 73. B.5 = n V.34 + 0. 252 2.76 + 0.23 2) 6. 23. Adding Decimals through Thousandths without or With Regrouping Ref: BEC-PELC II. Lesson Guide pp. flashcards Values: Speed and Accuracy III. Review on adding whole numbers (Refer to Strategy 2. Review on adding whole numbers (Refer to Strategy 2. Write the following in column then add. II. 0. A.3 2. 1. Add accurately with speed. Refer to Strategy 1. 1. Write the sum of decimals. 1.5 = n V.23 54 . 2.14 + 14.334 b) 4. 7. Drill on basic addition facts (using flashcards).a Materials: Place value Chart.17 + 8.3 3.34 + 0.23 _________________ _________________ I.14 + 14. 252 2.17 + 8.175 + 52. 1.34 + 0.1 IV. pp251) B._________________ I. 0. A. Find the sum. How do we add decimal numbers? How do we write the addends? Where do we put the decimal point in the sum? C.G. C.175 + 52. Refer to Strategy 1. Write the following in column then add. C. 2.34 + 0. Drill on basic addition facts (using flashcards). Add accurately with speed. 1) 25. 1. 1. flashcards Values: Speed and Accuracy III. Add decimals through thousandths without and with regrouping. Add decimals through thousandths without and with regrouping. How do we add decimal numbers? How do we write the addends? Where do we put the decimal point in the sum? C.21 = n 2.236 + 24. Lesson Guide pp. Find the sum.76 + 0. 73. II.23 2) 6.3 1.32 + 5.1 IV.21 = n 2. A.334 b) 4. Adding Decimals through Thousandths without or With Regrouping Ref: BEC-PELC II. Add 1. 1) 25.32 + 5. Write the sum of decimals.

Subtract decimals through thousandths without and with regrouping.056 + 5. 252 2.27 = n b) 0.451 = b) 1. A. C. Write the following in column then add. 1. 1. Lesson Guide pp.G. A. 255 2.G. What important points did you learn? What should you remember when the minuend has less decimal places than the subtrahend? C. Find the sum.93 – 0. Find each difference a) 0. 1. a) 0.4 – 0. 23.334 d) 4. How do we add decimal numbers? How do we write the addends? Where do we put the decimal point in the sum? C. Write the sum of decimals. Review on adding whole numbers (Refer to Strategy 2. Add 1. Application :Find the difference a) 0. A. c) 23. II. Adding Decimals through Thousandths without or With Regrouping Ref: BEC-PELC II.17 + 8. Drill on basic addition facts (using flashcards).33 + 0. 7. A. 45 . flashcards Values: Speed and Accuracy III.b.236 + 24.34 + 0. Review on addition of decimals.34 + 0. 1.8 – 0. 2.85 + 3.21 = n 2.3 2.36 = b) 0. Write the following in column then add._________________ _________________ I. B. II. 1. flashcards III. Refer to Strategy 1. Lesson Guide pp254 . Add accurately with speed. pp251) B. Subtracting Decimals through Thousandths without or With Regrouping Ref: BEC-PELC II.76 + 0. Add decimals through thousandths without and with regrouping. 0. 1. Manifest accuracy and speed in subtracting decimals.32 + 5. C.19= ___ 70 – 21 = ___ 2.762 – 0. Refer to Strategy 1.23 4) 6. Write the difference of decimal numbers.175 + 52.5 = n V.5 + 0. Drill on subtracting whole number.642 = 55 . 3) 25.03 = B. B. Lesson Guide pp. 73.1 IV. 1.23 _________________ _________________ I.3 3.a Materials: Place value Chart.3 = n 3.257 Values: Speed and Accuracy Materials: Place value Chart.14 + 14.

b.19= ___ 70 – 21 = ___ 2.622 ? _________________ _________________ I. C.83 and 0. Review on addition of decimals.36 = b) 0. Mr. What part of his land is not allotted to his fishpond? 2. Subtract decimals through thousandths without and with regrouping. Drill on addition of whole number. Application :Find the difference a) 0. 0.753 – 0. 45 . What is the difference between 0. Read and solve.8 – 0. Write the following in column then find the difference 1. 1. flashcards III. Manifest accuracy and speed in subtracting decimals.4 . He allotted 0. A. 1. Refer to Strategy 1. a) 0.257 Values: Speed and Accuracy Materials: Place value Chart.451 = 56 . flashcards III. Drill on subtracting whole number. A.56 hectare land. Find each difference a) 0.198 hectare to build a fishpond.4 – 0. 2. Lesson Guide pp257 . He allotted 0. 1. What part of his land is not allotted to his fishpond? 2.56 hectare land.85 + 3.33 + 0. Write the difference of decimal numbers. Mr. A. B. 23 + 8= ___ 41 + 26 = ___ 2.0. II. II.753 – 0. 1. 1.3 = n 3. Write mixed decimal addends properly in column. 2. C. B.198 hectare to build a fishpond. Review on adding decimals without or with regrouping. Read and solve.963 = V. 255 2.G. Add mixed decimals with regrouping.056 + 5. a) 0.IV.54 2. Adding mixed decimals with regrouping Ref: BEC-PELC II.4 .93 – 0.0.5 + 0.03 = B. Subtracting Decimals through Thousandths without or With Regrouping Ref: BEC-PELC II. A. Lesson Guide pp254 .83 and 0. What important points did you learn? What should you remember when the minuend has less decimal places than the subtrahend? C. Cruz has a 0. 1. Cruz has a 0. What is the difference between 0. Lesson Guide pp. Write the following in column then find the difference 1.642 = IV.27 = n b) 0.963 = V. Value/ Importance of lining up of decimals points accurately.263 Values: Speed and Accuracy Materials: Place value Chart.622 ? _________________ _________________ I.54 2. 2.762 – 0.451 = b) 1.5 + 0. 0.G.33 + 0.

II.59 3.731 = n V. 1.46 + 2.97 km of this had been paved. If 109. A barangay has a total road length of 184.99 – 4. Refer to Strategy 1 and 2. C. Refer to Strategy 1.45 + 14.03 = 3. Subtracting Decimals through Thousandths without or With Regrouping Ref: BEC-PELC II.b) 1. 2. 33. A. 9. LG pp265 – 266. Write in column and subtract.4 + 9. Game See Lesson Guide p 258 B. 1 . how much more remains to be paved? _________________ _________________ 57 . Subtract decimals through thousandths without and with regrouping. 2. Lesson Guide pp. Drill on subtraction from multiples of 10 (Drill cards) 50 – 27 = 30 – 16 = 2.8 = n V. Find each difference. IV.8 b) 3. ____ + 174.b Materials: Place value Chart.56 = n 2.25= IV.6 = 211 _________________ _________________ I.04 2) Take away P 83.963 from 114.9 + 6. 2345 – 763 = 897 – 189 = B.485 + 4. 4.35 = n 2.38 + 4.25 = ___ 2. Find the missing addend or sum. Write the difference of the given mixed decimals. 1. 258-259 2. Application :Add the following. What should be done when the last two digits from the right of the subtrahend are greater than the minuend? (Regrouping is done) C. 1) Subtract 25. Subtract mixed decimals with and without regrouping with accuracy.2746.6 + 7. flashcards Values: Speed and Accuracy III. If 18. B. Read and solve. A.056 + 5.3 – 1.G. Review on subtracting whole numbers without and with regrouping.53 km.521 + 1. 1.2 = n 3. 1. 1.28 – 1. Write the following in column then find the difference 1. Find each sum.27 = n b) 40. a) 4. a) 3. 41.2 – 25.12 from P 200. a) 5. 8. what is left? 2.79 = b) 2.59 + 1.0039 is taken away from 32. How do we add mixed decimals with regrouping? C. Write the following in column and add.85 + 3.

8 3. 1. 1.3 IV. Lesson Guide p 275 2.6 2. 2.7 = N V. Refer to LP pp. 1.8 0.G. 1. Solve the following problems 1. How do we visualize multiplication of decimals? C. 0. Show the following multiplication equations by using number lines. Flores bought 3 chickens. Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of decimals including money.7 kg. A meter measures about 39. 3. Drill on addition and subtraction of decimals.5 = N 2. Visualizing Multiplication of Decimals Ref: BEC-PELC II. Illustrate the following number sentence. Solve the following problems. 1. II. 0. B. Mrs. Drill on addition and subtraction of decimals. Checking of assignment. How much longer is a meter than a yard? IV. / Review 3.6 x 0. colored chalk. 1. a) 3 x 0.1 Materials: flashcards. C.35 while her brother has P4.1 Materials: Place value Chart. Visualize multiplication of decimals using models. How much money do they have? b. B. Ellen has P7. C. A. 0. Appreciate the value of clean work. Use number line to show the product of the following. Values: Speed and Accuracy II.5 x 0. / Review B. 58 . flashcards. What was the total weight? _________________ _________________ I. charts III. 1. 2 x 0.7 kilos.H. A.1. 0.8 _________________ _________________ I. Draw and color neatly the decimal models. Visualize multiplication of decimals using models. 1. 268-269 4. which weighed 2.8 kg and 2.37 inches. Shade the figures to represent each number sentence. Solving Word Problems Involving Addition and Subtraction of Decimals Including Money Ref: BEC-PELC II. Draw and color neatly the decimal models. How much more money does Ellen have than her brother? V. Read and solve.4 b) 0. Appreciate the value of clean work. A.3 x 0. Checking of assignment. 1. drawings Values: Keep one’s work and work area neat and clean III.95 a.5 x 0. Refer to Strategy 1.I. 2.

8 x 0. 2.3 3. 3 x 0.5 59 .2 Materials: multiplication wheel. 0.1. Visualizing Multiplication of Decimals Ref: BEC-PELC II.6 x 0. Copy and place the decimal point in the product 1. c) 3 x 0. colored chalk. 0.3 = n 2. A.3 IV.5 x 0. 2. 0. 10 by 10 grid Values: Appreciation of the beauty of nature III.4 0.3 0.6 x 0. Use number line to show the product of the following. Multiplying tenths by another tenths Ref: BEC-PELC II.3 = N V.8 = n IV. A.II. Lesson Guide p 275 2.2 = n b) 0. How many of you have gone to Luneta? Fort Santiago? What do you usually see in these places? B.8 0. / Review B. x 0.Multiply tenths by another tenths.9 x 0. Refer to Strategy 1.6 x 0. Copy and complete the table. A. 1. Shade the figures to represent each number sentence. Drill on addition and subtraction of decimals.5 x 0. Multiply the following decimals 1. Show the following multiplication equations by using number lines. drawings Values: Keep one’s work and work area neat and clean III.H.8 _________________ _________________ I. Give the product .1 Materials: flashcards. 1.7 x 0. Illustrate the number sentence below 1.5 x 0.8 3. Refer to Strategy 1. How do we multiply tenths by another tenths? C.4 = n 3. 1. 1. 2. 1. Appreciate the beauty of nature.5 = N 2. 1. Write decimal point in the product correctly. 0. 0. 0. Illustrate the following number sentence.7 x 0. 0.1.H.7 = N V. 2 x 0.5 = N 3. Checking of assignment.6 2.5 2.3 x 0. a) 0.4 d) 0. B. 0. How do we visualize multiplication of decimals? C. p280 2. Drill on basic multiplication facts using the multiplication wheel. 0. II. C.

Multiply mixed decimals with tenths and hundredths by whole numbers. 2.11 x 0.6 x 0. Multiply and place the decimal point in the product 1. Refer to LP pp.71 x 0.2 x 7 = N 60 . Tell how many decimal places each product will have without actually computing. Multiplying mixed decimals with tenths and Hundredths by Whole number Ref: BEC-PELC II.8 = n IV.4 Materials: multiplication wheel. 0. 0.7 0.H. a) 0. See Strategy 1.3 Materials: multiplication wheel.1 2 3 0. 10 by 10 grid III.3 = n 2. 50.8 _________________ _________________ I.57 x 6 = N 2. 10. Appreciate the value of helping one another. Drill on basic multiplication facts using the multiplication wheel. Multiply hundredths by tenths and vice versa. Multiplying tenths by another tenths Ref: BEC-PELC II. 1. / Review 3.7 _________ 3.1. 16. 38. / Review 3. Multiply and place the decimal point in the product 1.04 x 93 = n 2. p283 2.8 = N 2. 0. Checking of assignment.93 x 0.36 = 3.28 x 0. B. 0. 1. Multiply the following decimals 1. 1.3 = 2. Checking of assignment.1.05 _________ b) 0. C.48 x 0. 1. 185-187 4. Write in column then multiply. Drill on basic multiplication facts using the multiplication wheel. A.95 = N V. 2. 10 by 10 grid Values: Appreciation of the beauty of nature III.6 x 0.49 x 6 = n IV.6 0. II.H.7 x 0. 0. Apply the rule in multiplying decimals. What can you say about the family in the picture Why do you think the family looks happy? B. 0.04 = _________________ _________________ I. 2. Multiply the following decimals 1. How do we multiply hundredths by tenths? C. A.4 x 0. Values: Working well with others II.

1. 2.79 = ________ 0.09 = 9407 2. Find the products. Multiply.08 = ________ 0. Drill on basic multiplication facts using the multiplication wheel.V. Values: Health consciousness.4 x 35.9 _______ B. Values: Awareness II.5 Materials: pictures. / Review 3. Put a check mark to indicate the correct answers.3 x 2 = 0. 100. 6. Find the products. accuracy II. 100 2. 1.01 and 0. 0.6 x 4 = 14. Multiplying mixed decimals by Mixed Decimals with Tenths and Hundredths Ref: BEC-PELC II.8317 = _______ V.46 2. Refer to LP pp.3 x 4. / Review 3. Checking of assignment.3 = N 2.86 x 100 = _______ IV. 1. 6. 190 .1. Refer to LP pp. 5. Copy and place the decimal point in the product.28 = 19008 IV. 3. number cards III. 2.6 x 5. 1. Tell whether the decimal point I written on the proper place.6 _______ 4. 10 x 0. 187 . 1. 1. 1.6 = N V. Multiply mixed decimals by mixed decimals with tenths and hundredths.12 x 6.49 x 4. Multiply decimals by 10 and 100. 2.190 4. 1. Multiply and place the decimal point in the product 1.5 Materials: pictures. 18.15 = N _________________ _________________ I.3 x 102 = N 2. number cards III. flashcards. 35. 74. write the correct answer.4 x 103 = N _________________ _________________ I. flashcards. 100 x 75. Multiply decimals by 0. A. 18. Checking of assignment.H.46 = ________ 0.H. if not.147 x 10 = ______ 2. Drill on basic multiplication of whole numbers by 10.75 ______ 56. Multiplying Decimals by 10 and 100 Ref: BEC-PELC II. 2.3 x 10.1 .25 = N 2.001 Values: Awareness 61 .192 4. Give the product orally. 3.4 _________________ _________________ I.

1.H. Drill on multiplying decimals. 2. She bought the following: kg of onions at P34. _________________ _________________ I.8 x 0. Solving Word Problems involving Multiplication of Decimals Ref: BEC-PELC II. Checking of assignment. Refer to LP pp.25 a kg 1. 197. 194-196 4. Ana went to the market.H. flashcards.8 Materials: pictures. / Review 3.2 Materials: pictures. Refer to LP pp. Checking of assignment.5 kg of potatoes at P28.1 . number cards III. Refer to LP pp. How many hours does he play in 5 days? IV. 1. Multiply the following mentally.8 x 0. / Review 3. Find the cost of potatoes _________________ _________________ I.1.01 and 0. 0. 1.64 x 0. 1.1.I.01 = ______ 0. Solve word problems involving multiplication of decimals. flashcards. Multiplying Decimals by 0.7 Materials: pictures. Write the mathematical sentence then solve. 35. / Review 3.01 V. 2. 1.1 2.II.9 hours every practice day.001 Practice multiplying at home. Solve the following. Values: Accuracy / Spending money wisely II. Divide decimals by whole number. Sison bought 5 bags of refine sugar each weighing 2. Checking of assignment. What is the total weight of 5 bags of sugar? V. Find the cost of tomatoes c.45 a kg kg of tomatoes at P25. 1. Ms. 192-194 4. Dividing Decimals bu whole Numbers Ref: BEC-PELC II.001 Ref: BEC-PELC II. Drill on multiplying decimals by 10 100 and 1000 mentally 2. Solve the problem a. Values: Health consciousness II. 1. Give the product orally using flashcards 0. Arnel plays volleyball with his friends for 1. number cards III. 2.678 x 0.1 . number cards III.5 kilograms.01 and 0. flashcards. Drill on basic division facts.001 = _______ IV.30 a kg a. Make flashcards showing multiplication of decimals by 0. 199-201 62 .001 3.12 x 0. 0. Find the cost of onions b.

207 ÷ 9 = _____ 1.50. Dividing Decimals bu Decimals through Hundredths Ref: BEC-PELC II.31 meters are there in 96. Solve A group of 31 pupils signed up for a weekend computer course.9 = 2. They paid a total of P315. / Review 3.50 . 2 Materials: pictures. flashcards.4. Find the quotient 1. number cards III. Find the quotient 1. Harry used 0. 7. 0. How many 0. Answer the questions.I.805 ÷ 9 = N _________________ _________________ I.5 ÷ 7 = 2. 2. 1. Mrs. Solve for N in the equation 0.81 ÷ 0. Find the quotient 1. 3.60 kg sack of fertilizer was used equally at 0. Values: Punctuality II.12 sack per field. Checking of assignment.35 ÷ 0. How much did each pupil pay? IV.204 4. Read and solve. 204-206 4. Refer to LP pp. How many fields were covered? 2. flashcards. Drill on easy division 2. 1. 201 .35 ÷ 5 = _____ V. 1.72 of silver were to repair 8 bracelets. How much did he use for each bracelet? _________________ _________________ 63 . Refer to LP pp. Solving Word problems Involving Division of Decimals and Whole Numbers Ref: BEC-PELC II. A 0.I.1 meters? 2. Solve the n 1.12 cm are there in 6. Divide the decimals by decimals through hundredths. / Review 3.3 Materials: pictures. 0. How many 0. Solve word problems involving division of decimals or whole numbers by decimals Values: Wise spending II. number cards III. Aldaba bought 5 mangoes for P45.48 cm? _________________ _________________ I. Checking of assignment. 0. Drill on dividing decimals by whole numbers in flashcards 2.56 ÷ 0. 1.8 = _____ V.7 = IV. 0. Find the quotient 1. 0. 1. How much did each mango cost? V.4 = _____ 2.44 ÷ 18 = IV. Solve 1.207 ÷ 0.

Mrs.I. d. Drill on dividing decimals by whole numbers in flashcards 2. 2 Materials: pictures. Describing and Drawing 3-4 sided Polygons Ref: BEC-PELC III. e. It has 4 equal sides and 4 right angles. Visualize 3-4 sided polygons Draw 3-4 sided polygons. Identify the following 3-4 sided polygons a. b. They paid a total of P315.50 . Drill on naming angles 2. Match column A with column B. A _______ 1. / Review 3. Solve word problems involving division of decimals or whole numbers by decimals Values: Wise spending II. 223-225 4. Solving Word problems Involving Division of Decimals and Whole Numbers Ref: BEC-PELC II. 1. b. Solve 1. 1. number cards III. Checking of assignment. a. Read and solve. 1. Visualizing. _______ 5. Refer to LP pp. How many fields were covered? 2. flashcards. How much did he use for each bracelet? _________________ _________________ I. d. Three sides are congruent _______ 3.I.72 of silver were to repair 8 bracelets.50. How much did each mango cost? V.I. f. c. Solve A group of 31 pupils signed up for a weekend computer course. _______ 2. Refer to LP pp. Values: Patience and cooperation II. Harry used 0.12 sack per field.60 kg sack of fertilizer was used equally at 0. A four sided polygon with one pair of parallel side. How much did each pupil pay? IV. c. 204-206 4. Materials: cut-outs of 3-4 sided polygons III. e. B trapezoid parallelogram equilateral triangle isosceles triangle rectangle square B 64 . Checking of assignment. Identifying. IV. A three sides polygon with two sides equal _______ 4. A 0. / Review 3. Aldaba bought 5 mangoes for P45. A four sided polygon with 2 pairs of parallel side.

A three sides polygon with two sides equal _______ 4. Encircle the polygons. 2. rectangle f. c. e. Refer to LP pp. / Review 3. c. equilateral d. Describing and Drawing 5 or more sided Polygons Ref: BEC-PELC III. B a. Identifying. Trapezoid 3. Values: Patience and cooperation II. isosceles e. Visualizing. Visualizing. A four sided polygon with 2 pairs of parallel side. A _______ 1. trapezoid b. IV.V. _______ 2. Materials: cut-outs of 3-4 sided polygons III. Checking of assignment. A four sided polygon with one pair of parallel side. Checking of assignment. Draw the following 1. Materials: cut-outs of 3-4 sided polygons III.2. Describing and Drawing 3-4 sided Polygons Ref: BEC-PELC III. Refer to LP pp.I. Rhombus _________________ _________________ I. Three sides are congruent parallelogram _______ 3. d. Draw 5 or more sided polygons. Drill : Identifying geometrical figures. Drill on naming angles 2. Explain why the others are not polygons. b. It has 4 equal sides and 4 right angles. d. V. Rhombus _________________ _________________ I. Identify the following 3-4 sided polygons a. 1. / Review 3. 226-227 4. Visualize 3-4 sided polygons Draw 3-4 sided polygons. Identifying. b. Draw the following 1. 223-225 4. _______ 5. Equilateral triangle 2. a. 1. Trapezoid 3. Match column A with column B. square 65 . Values: Cooperation II. e. Equilateral triangle 2.

1. Work cooperatively with the other members of the group II. Materials: cut-outs of 3-4 sided polygons III. Drill : Identifying geometrical figures. dodecagon 3. _______ 1. 1. Polygon with 7 sides V. Draw similar polygons 1. 2. Draw the following 1. Identify if congruent or similar. similar octagon _________________ _________________ I. heptagon _________________ _________________ I.1 _______________ 66 . Polygon with 10 sides _______ 4. C. V. Refer to LP pp. 1. Visualizing Congruent or Similarity of Polygons Ref: BEC-PELC III. 2. IV. A. B. A. 2. Visualize congruence or similarity of polygons Values: Willingness to do assigned tasks II. IV. _______________ 2. Polygons with 5 sides.3. 2. Checking of assignment. Derive a formula for finding the distance around a circle. congruent polygons 2. 1. B.A. _______ 2. / Review 3. Polygon with 9 sides _______ 5.c. nonagon 2. 228-230 4. Write formula for the circumference of a circle. Polygon with 8 sides _______ 3. Find the circumference of a circle in meter and cm. Draw the following 1. Name the polygon described. Draw congruent polygons. Deriving a Formula for finding the distance around a circle Ref: BEC-PELC IV.

Draw a diagram to help you solve the problem A. Barry . find the circumference of a circle. 2. / Review Identify the parts of a circle. Find the circumference of a circle in meter and cm. Refer to Strategy 1. Application.14 for π . 1. a) d= 12 cm b) d= 5 cm c) r = 2 m 3. 3. A. 1.1 Materials: circular objects Values: Cooperation III. Find the circumference of these circles using 3. find the circumference of a) r = 2. Drill on identifying different kinds of plane figures.A.14 1. Using 3.. About how many times as great is the diameter with the circumference? Using 22/7 for π . Drill on identifying different kinds of plane figures. Big Circle B. A. 1. made a path by wailing at the end of his chain. Derive a formula for finding the distance around a circle. Write formula for the circumference of a circle. Checking of assignment. / Review 67 . Flash models of plane figures. _________________ _________________ I. lesson guide pp364-365 2. Small Circle. C. 2. A. What is the formula for the circumference of a circle? C. 2. 2. B. Work cooperatively with the other members of the group II. What is the distance around Barry’s path. 1. 6 cm 7m 2. Deriving a Formula for finding the distance around a circle Ref: BEC-PELC IV. Flash models of plane figures.5 cm b) d = 42 cm c) r = 5 cm IV. which is 6 meters long. Let the pupils sing the song about circles. 1. Checking of assignment.Materials: circular objects Values: Cooperation III. V. a puppy .

B. Write formula for the circumference of a circle. 1.1 Materials: circular objects Values: Cooperation III. lesson guide pp364-365 2. Using 3. 2. Big Circle B. Small Circle. Deriving a Formula for finding the distance around a circle Ref: BEC-PELC IV. find the circumference of a) r = 2. Let the pupils sing the song about circles. Let the pupils sing the song about circles. V. 1. Application.5 cm b) d = 42 cm c) r = 5 cm IV. Derive a formula for finding the distance around a circle. 3. lesson guide pp364-365 2. A. _________________ _________________ I.Identify the parts of a circle. A.14 for π . Small Circle. 1. find the circumference of a circle. Application. 1. Using 3. a puppy . 3. Find the circumference of a circle in meter and cm.14 for π . 68 .A. What is the formula for the circumference of a circle? C. find the circumference of a circle. What is the formula for the circumference of a circle? C. Checking of assignment. 6 cm 7m 2. 2. which is 6 meters long. a) d= 12 cm b) d= 5 cm c) r = 2 m 3. Draw a diagram to help you solve the problem Barry . C. 1. made a path by wailing at the end of his chain. Work cooperatively with the other members of the group II. a) d= 12 cm b) d= 5 cm c) r = 2 m 3. Refer to Strategy 1. Big Circle B.14 1. 2. What is the distance around Barry’s path. Refer to Strategy 1. Drill on identifying different kinds of plane figures.. Flash models of plane figures. / Review Identify the parts of a circle. Find the circumference of these circles using 3.. About how many times as great is the diameter with the circumference? Using 22/7 for π .

A.5 cm b) d = 42 cm c) r = 5 cm IV. II. Small Circle. Application.1. Write the formula for the circumference of a circle. Your friend is finding for the circumference of a circle with a radius of 3 millimeters. Big Circle B. find the circumference of a) r = 2. a) A rectangle with a length of 12. Finding the Circumference a circle Ref: BEC-PELC IV.14 with the following radius or diameter. find the circumference of each circle below. If you walk twice around it. 3.14 for π . lesson guide pp367-368 2.2 Materials: cut outs of different sizes of object Values: Accuracy III. 1. 1. 10 cm 9m V. What is the formula for the circumference of a circle? To find the circumference of the circle . B.5 cm. Find the circumference of these circle using 3. Observe accuracy in one’s work. Drill on identifying different kinds of polygons. 2. C. About how many times as great is the diameter with the circumference? Using 22/7 for π . use the formula : C = 2πr or C = πd C. C = πd = (314) (3) 2. Let the pupils sing the song about circles. Using 3.A. 1. Find the circumference of a circle in meter and cm.5 cm 4. Draw a diagram to help you solve the problem A circular lagoon is 15 meter in radius.75 m. Find the circumference of the circle described. How many meters will that be? _________________ _________________ I. 1.14 1. A. Find the error. Review and Identify the parts of a circle. Find the circumference of these circles using 3. 7m 9. Review on finding the perimeter. Tell what the value you used for IV. Refer to Strategy 3. 2. Describe and correct the error.5 cm b) A square whose side is 12. r = 11 m C=? 69 ..5 cm 15 m 3. 2. and width of 9.

Find the error.14 with the following radius or diameter. lesson guide pp367-368 2.2 Materials: cut outs of different sizes of object Values: Accuracy III. 1. Complete the table below. 1. 3. Tell what the value you used for IV. r = 9. Describe and correct the error. C = πd = (314) (3) 2. Drill on identifying different kinds of polygons. 1. r = 11 m C=? 2.2.5 m C=? V. Using 3. II.5 cm 4. d = 2 cm C=? 3. 2.5 cm 15 m 3. use the formula : C = 2πr or C = πd C.5 m 70 . find the circumference of each circle below. Application.. A. Finding the Circumference a circle Ref: BEC-PELC IV. 1.5 cm b) A square whose side is 12.75 m. Big Circle B. Refer to Strategy 3. Find the circumference of a circle in meter and cm. B. C.5 m Diameter 40 m 35 cm Circumference _________________ _________________ I. 7m 9. Review and Identify the parts of a circle. r = 9. Find the circumference of the circle described. What is the formula for the circumference of a circle? To find the circumference of the circle . d = 2 cm C=? 3. Observe accuracy in one’s work. Your friend is finding for the circumference of a circle with a radius of 3 millimeters. and width of 9. Let the pupils sing the song about circles. Write the formula for the circumference of a circle. Review on finding the perimeter. a) A rectangle with a length of 12. A.5 cm.14 for π . Circle Radius A 24 cm B C D 34.A. Find the circumference of these circle using 3. Small Circle.

Refer to Activity 1.14 with the following radius or diameter. Your friend is finding for the circumference of a circle with a radius of 16 cm .. II. use the formula : C = 2πr or C = πd C. Copy and solve the problem. what is the : a) radius of the smaller circle b) circumference of the smaller circle _________________ _________________ I. A bicycle tire has a radius of 30 cm. 1.C=? V. Solve word problems involving circumference measure. problem chart Values: Creativity in doing things III. What is the circumference? 2. Let the pupils sing the song about circles.3 Materials: cut outs of different sizes of object. B. Review: Fill in the blanks with the correct answer. d = 21 cm C=? 3. Solve word problems involving circumference measure. Solve the following problems. 2. Find the circumference of each circle (use π = 3. Solving Word problems involving circumference measure Ref: BEC-PELC IV. A.5 cm. Write solutions of word problems C. 71 . What is the circumference? 2. a) The distance around a circle is _____________ b) A line that passes through the center of the circle is _____________ 3. 1.5 m. A circle is half the radius of the larger circle. If you walk thrice around it how many meters will that be? V. A. A. Drill on basic multiplication facts using flashcards. Small Circle. Big Circle B. Lesson Guide pp 370-371 2. What is the formula for the circumference of a circle? How do you solve problems on circumference? To find the circumference of the circle . 1. Find the circumference of the tire. If the radius of the larger circle is 100 meters. r = 16 cm C=? 2. d = 26 m C=? _________________ _________________ I. Participate actively in class activities. 1. Fredericks bicycle wheel has a diameter of 70 cm.14) 1. How many lace is needed to decorate the lace? 3. Find the circumference of these circle using 3. IV. A manmade lagoon has a radius of 25 m.A. Application. a) What is the circumference of a cylindrical jar 40 cm in diameter? b) A circular table top has a diameter of 35. What is the circumference of the wheel? 2. A circular garden has a radius of 5. 1.

3 Materials: cut outs of different sizes of object. 1. Drill on basic multiplication facts using flashcards. What is the circumference? 2. Your friend is finding for the circumference of a circle with a radius of 16 cm . problem chart Values: Creativity in doing things III. If you walk thrice around it how many meters will that be? V. Write solutions of word problems C.. Solve the following problems. II. Application. A bicycle tire has a radius of 30 cm. How many lace is needed to decorate the lace? 3.14 with the following radius or diameter. Lesson Guide pp 370-371 2. Participate actively in class activities. If the radius of the larger circle is 100 meters. use the formula : C = 2πr or C = πd C.5 m. what is the : a) radius of the smaller circle b) circumference of the smaller circle 72 . Fredericks bicycle wheel has a diameter of 70 cm. Big Circle B. 1. A manmade lagoon has a radius of 25 m. A. Find the circumference of the tire. 1.A.5 cm. IV. What is the formula for the circumference of a circle? How do you solve problems on circumference? To find the circumference of the circle . a) The distance around a circle is _____________ b) A line that passes through the center of the circle is _____________ 3.B. 1. Review: Fill in the blanks with the correct answer. What is the circumference? 2. Small Circle. 2. What is the circumference of the wheel? 2. Copy and solve the problem. Solving Word problems involving circumference measure Ref: BEC-PELC IV. Find the circumference of these circle using 3. Let the pupils sing the song about circles. a) What is the circumference of a cylindrical jar 40 cm in diameter? b) A circular table top has a diameter of 35. 1. A circle is half the radius of the larger circle. A circular garden has a radius of 5. Refer to Activity 1.