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BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM

MATHEMATICS

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MATHEMATICS

DESCRIPTION

Mathematics in Grades 1 and 2 includes the study of whole numbers, addition and subtraction, basic facts of multiplication and division,

basics of geometry, fractions, metric and local measurements, the use of money and their application to practical problems based on real

life activities.

Grades 3 and 4 deals with the study of whole numbers, the four fundamental operations, fractions and decimals including money, angles,

plane figures, measurement and graphs.

In Grades 5 and 6 the child is expected to have mastered the four fundamental operations of whole numbers, performs skills in decimals

and fractions, conceptualize the meaning of ratio and proportion, percent, integers, simple probability, polygons, spatial figures,

measurement and graphs. Simple concepts in Algebra is also introduced to be articulated in the high school.

Besides further development of the basic mathematical skills, the child is expected to solve problems related to business and industrial

activities in the community.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6

Daily 80 80 80 60 60 60

Weekly 400 400 400 300 300 300

The 20-minute increase in the daily time allotment is given to ensure that all lessons are finished and there will be more activities that

involve grouping practical investigations and problem solving. Pupils learn more if they have hands on or manipulative and interactive

activities, learn on their own, explore, discover, generalize and apply what they learned in their daily life.

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EXPECTATIONS

At the end of Grade VI, the child is expected to have mastered the concepts and operations of whole numbers; demonstrate

understanding of concepts and perform skills on decimals, fractions, ratio and proportion, percent, integers, simple probability, geometry,

measurement, and graphs; integers; exact and estimated computation of the four fundamental operations involving decimals, money,

fractions and measurement; and apply the concepts learned in solving problems.

At the end of Grade V, the child is expected to have mastered the concepts and operations of whole numbers; demonstrate

understanding of concepts and perform skills on fractions, decimals including money, ratio, percent, geometry, measurement and graphs;

exact and estimated computation of the four fundamental operations on rational numbers including money and measurement and apply

the concepts learned in solving problems.

At the end of Grade IV, the child is expected to demonstrate understanding of concepts and perform skills of whole numbers up to

millions and billions including money, decimals, fractions, geometry, graphs and scales; exact and estimated computation on the four

fundamental operations; and apply the concepts learned to solve problems.

At the end of Grade III, the child is expected to demonstrate understanding of concepts and skills on whole numbers up to one hundred

thousand, fractions, measurement and graphs; perform the four fundamental operations of whole numbers and measurement; and apply

the concepts learned in solving problems.

At the end of Grade II, the child is expected to demonstrate understanding of concepts and skills on whole numbers up to one thousand

including basics of geometry; perform addition and subtraction of 3 to 4-digit numbers, understand basic facts of multiplication and

division; and apply the concepts learned to solve problems.

At the end of Grade I, the child is expected to demonstrate understanding of basic concepts and skills on whole numbers up to one

hundred including money and measurement; perform addition and subtraction of 1 to 3-digit numbers; and apply the concepts learned to

solve problems.

GOAL: Demonstrate understanding and skills in computing with considerable speed and accuracy, estimating,

communicating, thinking analytically and critically, and in solving problems in daily life using appropriate technology

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ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS

I II III IV V VI

I. WHOLE NUMBERS

A. Comprehension of

Whole Numbers

1. Recognize cardinal

numbers from 0 to 100

1.1 Identify common

objects

according to

color

- size

- shape

1.2 Classify sets

using common

objects

according to

color,

- size

- shape

1.3 Order sets with 1

to 10 objects

from least to

greatest and

vice-versa

1.4 Construct sets

with objects 1 to

10 in

1.4.1 – the one more order

1.4.2 – the one less order

1.5 Compare 2 sets

using the

expressions

“fewer than”,

“more than”, and

“as many as”

1.6 Associate

numbers with

sets having

objects 0 to 10

1.7 Tell the number

of objects in a

given set of 10 or

less

I. WHOLE NUMBERS

A. Comprehension of

Whole Numbers

1. Identify numbers from 101

through 1000

1.1 Associate numbers with

sets having 101 up to

500 objects/ things

1.2 Associate numbers with

sets having 501 up to

1000 objects/ sets

2. Read and write numbers

from 101 through 1000

in symbols and in words

2.1 Give the place value of

each digit in a 3-digit

number

2.2 Read numbers through

1000 in symbols and in

words

2.3 Write numbers through

1000 in symbols and in

words

2.4 Write 3-digit numbers in

expanded form

2.5 Compare numbers using

>, < and =

3. Skip count numbers by

50s up to 1000

4. Read and write ordinal

numbers from 11

th

through the 20

th

objects

of given sets from a

given point of reference

4.1 Identify the 11

th

through

the 20

th

objects of given

sets from a given point

of reference

4.2 Identify ordinal numbers

up to the 20

th

5. Identify the pattern of

naming ordinal numbers

e.g. 21

st

, 22

nd

, 23

rd

, 24

th

,

I. WHOLE NUMBERS

A. Comprehension of

Whole Numbers

1. Read and write the

numbers through

100 000 in symbols and

in words

1.1 Identify cardinal

numbers

1.1.1 1000 through

10 000

1.1.2 10 001 though

100 000

1.2 Give the place value

of each digit in 4 to

5 digit numbers

1.3 Read numbers

through 100 000 in

symbols and in

words

1.4 Write numbers

through 100 000 in

symbols and in

words

1.5 Express the

relationship of

numbers using

expressions "less

than" greater than

and equal to (> < =)

1.6 Write 4 to 5 digit

numbers in

expanded form

2. Round number to the

2.1 Nearest tens and

hundreds

2.2 Nearest thousands

and ten thousands

3. Tell when a number is

odd or even

4. Read and write money

in symbols through

1000

I. WHOLE NUMBERS

A. Comprehension of

Whole Numbers

1. Read and write

numbers through

millions in symbols and

in words

1.1 Identify numbers

from 100 001

through millions/

billions

1.2 Give the place

value of each

digit in a 6 or

more digit

numbers

1.3 Read and write

numbers through

millions/billions in

symbols

1.4 Read and write

numbers through

millions/billions in

words

2. Round off numbers to

the nearest

2.1 tens

2.2 hundreds

2.3 thousands

2.4 ten thousands

2.5 hundred

thousand

2.6 millions

2.7 billions

B. Comprehension of

Addition

1. Add 6 or more digit

numbers with 4 or more

addends with sums through

billions

1.1 without regrouping

I. WHOLE NUMBERS

A. Comprehension of

Whole Numbers

REVIEW

1. Place Value

2. Properties of Whole

Numbers

• •• • Addition

• •• • Multiplication

3. Rounding numbers

4. Operations of Whole

Numbers:

• •• • Adding and Subtracting

• •• • Multiplying Whole

Numbers

• •• • Dividing Whole

Numbers

5. Problem Solving Involving

Large Numbers: 1-step

and 2- to 3-step

1. Subset of Whole Numbers

1.1 Differentiate odd from

even numbers

1.2 Give the common factors

of given numbers

1.3 Identify prime and

composite numbers

1.4 Find prime factors of a

number

1.5 Show multiples of a

given number by 10,

100

1.6 Find the least common

multiple of a set of

numbers

1.7 Tell when a number is

divisible by another

number (Divisibility

Rules)

I. WHOLE NUMBERS

A. Comprehension of

Whole Numbers

1. Comprehend the order of

operations on whole

numbers

1.1 Follow the correct order

of operations (PEMDAS

Rule) when solving

expressions/equations

having more than one

operations

1.1.1 Give the

meaning of

- Expression

- Equation

- Exponent

- Base

1.1.2 Evaluate an

expression involving

exponents

1.1.3 Evaluate an

expression with two different

operations with or without

exponents and

parenthesis/grouping

symbols

1.1.4 Evaluate an

expression with more than 2

operations with or without

exponents and

parenthesis/grouping

symbols

1.2 Apply the order of

operations in solving 2-3

step word problems

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1.8 Order numbers 1

to 10 including

zero from least to

greatest and

vice-versa

1.9 Read and write

numbers from 0

to 10 in symbols

1.10 Tell the relationship

of numbers using

the expressions

“less than”, “greater

than”, “equal”

1.11 Count by 1’s through 50

1.12 Identify numbers in sets

having 11 to 50 objects

1.13 Skip count by 2’s, 5’s

and 10 through 50

1.14 Associate numbers

with sets having 51 up

to 100 objects/things

2. Read and write numbers

through 100 in symbols

and in words

2.1 Give the place value

of each digit in a 1-

to 2-digit numbers

2.2 Read numbers from

11 through 100 in

symbols and in words

2.3 Write numbers from

11 through 100 in

symbols and in words

2.4 Write numbers from

11 through 100 in

expanded form

2.5 Regroup sets of

ones into sets of

tens and sets of

tens into hundreds

using objects

etc.

6. Use the pattern of naming

ordinal numbers beyond

20

7. Read and write money

value through P100

7.1 Read money in symbols

through P100

7.2 Express money as pesos

and centavos through

P100

7.3 Compare values of the

different denominations

of coins and paper bills

through P100 using the

relation symbol

8. Express Roman numbers

in equivalent Hindu-

Arabic through L (50)

8.1 Read and write Roman

numbers through L

8.2 Change Roman numbers

in equivalent Hindu-

Arabic through L and

vice-versa

B. Comprehension of

Addition

1. Add 2- to 3-digit numbers

with sums up to 999

1.1 without regrouping in

short form

1.2 with regrouping

2. Add 2- to 3-digit numbers

with zero in any of the

addends without

regrouping with sums up

to 999

3. Add 2- to 3-digit numbers

with zero in any of the

addends with regrouping

with sums up to 999

4. Show properties of

addition in adding

numbers

4.1 Read money value

in symbols through

1000

4.2 Write money value in

symbols through

1000

4.3 Compare value of the

different denominations

of coins and bills

through 1000

5. Express Roman

numbers through M in

Hindu-Arabic symbols

and vice-versa

5.1 Read and write the

value of Roman

numbers in Hindu-

Arabic and vice-versa

5.1.1 L to C

5.1.2 C to D

5.1.3 D to M

B.

1. Comprehension of

Addition

1.1 Add 4 to 5 digit

numbers up to four

addends with sums up

to 100 000

1.1.1 Without

regrouping in short

forms

1.1.2 With regrouping in

1.1.2.1 Tens and

hundreds places

1.1.2.2 Thousands

and ten thousands

places

1.2 Estimate the sums of

3 to 5 digit addends

1.3 Add mentally 1 to 2

digit numbers with

sums up to 100 without

regrouping

1.2 with regrouping in:

- any two or

more places

- all places

2. Show the properties of

addition

2.1 Commutative

Property

2.2 Associative

Property

2.3 Identity Property

3. Estimate the sum of 6 or

more digit addends

4. Add mentally 2 to 3 digit

numbers with sums up

to 300 without regrouping

5. Application of Addition

5.1 Solve word problems

involving addition of

whole numbers

including money

with sums through

millions and billions

without and with

regrouping

5.1.1 Analyze the

word problem

5.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is

asked

- what is/are

given

- the word

clue/s

- the

operation

to be used

5.1.2 Transform the

word

problem into

a number

sentence

5.1.3 Use the

correct

operation

A. Comprehension of

Fraction

1. Change dissimilar

fractions to similar

fractions

1.1 Visualize changing

dissimilar fractions to

similar fractions

1.2 Identify equal fractions

1.2.1 Use cross product to

determine whether 2

fractions are equal

1.3 Change fractions to

lower/higher term

(LCM/GCF)

2. Estimate fractions close to

0,

2

1

, or 1

B. Comprehension of

Addition Fraction

1. Add numbers in mixed

forms with similar and

dissimilar fractions

without and with

regrouping

1.1 Add two to four similar

fractions

1.2 Visualize addition of

dissimilar fractions

1.3 Add dissimilar fractions

1.4 Add dissimilar fractions

and whole numbers

1.5 Add whole numbers and

mixed forms

1.6 Add mixed form and a

dissimilar fraction

1.7 Add mixed forms

1.8 Estimate sum

1.9 Add mentally two

fractional units with

similar denominators

2. Application of Addition of

Fractions

1.2.1 Write an equation

to solve multi-step word

problems

1.2.2 Solve 2-3 step

word problems involving

whole numbers

1.3 Describe answer in a

complete sentence with

proper units/labels

II. RATIONAL NUMBERS

A. Comprehension of

Decimals

1. Visualize ones, tenths,

hundredths and thousandths

1.1 Name a decimal for

a given model

(region/blocks, money,

number line)

1.2 Use different models

to show a given decimal

(region/block, money,

number line)

2. Rename fractions whose

denominators are power of

10 in decimal form

3. Read and write decimals

through ten thousandths

3.1 Identify the

value/place value of a digit in

a given decimal

3.2 Read decimals

through ten thousandths

3.3 Write decimals

through ten thousandths in

different notations

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3, Read and write ordinal

numbers 1

st

, 2

nd

, 3

rd

up to

10

th

in a given set

3.1 Identify the 1

st

, 2

nd

,

3

rd

up to the 10

th

object

in a given set

4. Read and write money

up to P 50.00

4.1 Read and write the

symbol of c for

centavo and P for

pesos

4.2 Tell the value of a

given set of coins and

paper bills up to P50

4.3 Compare values of

the different

denominations of

coins and paper bills

through P50 using

the relation symbols.

4.4 Skip count by P5s,

P10s up to P50s

B. Comprehension of

Addition

1. Add two to three 1-

digit numbers with

sums up to 18

horizontally and

vertically

1.1 Join two sets

with 1 to 9

objects

1.2 Show the

relationship of

joining sets to

addition of whole

numbers

1.3 Add two 1-digit

numbers having

sums of :

- 6 and less

- 7 through 10

(after concept

of 1-10)

4.1 Show the commutative

property of addition in

adding numbers

4.2 Show the associative

property of addition in

adding numbers

5. Add mentally 1- to 2-digit

numbers with sum up to

50

6. Application of Addition

6.1 Solve word problems

involving addition of

whole numbers

including money with

sums up to 999 without

and with regrouping

6.1.1 Analyzes word problem

6.1.1.1 Tell:

• •• • what is asked

• •• • what is/are given

• •• • the word clues

• •• • the operation to

be used

6.1.2 Transform the word

problem into a number

sentence

6.1.3 Use the correct

operation

6.1.4 State the complete

answer

C. Comprehension of

Subtraction

1. Subtract 2- to 3-digit

numbers with minuends

up to 999 without and

with regrouping

1.1 Illustrate how subtraction

is used when:

1.1.1 Taking away from the

given set

1.1.2 Comparing two sets

1.1.3 Finding a missing

addend

2. Application of Addition

2.1 Solve word problems

involving addition of

whole numbers with

sums up to 100 000

including money

following the steps

in problem solving

2.2 Solve mentally 1 step

word problems

involving addition

with sums up to

100 without

regrouping

C.

1. Comprehension of

Subtraction

1.1 Subtract 3 to 4 digit

numbers from 4

to 5 digit numbers

with minuends up to

100 000 without and

with regrouping

and with zero difficulty

1.1.1 Subtract 3 digit

number from 4 to 5

digit numbers with

minuends up to

100 000 without

regrouping

1.1.2 Subtract 4 digit

number from 4 to 5

digit numbers with

minuends up to

100 000 without

regrouping

1.1.3 Subtract 3 to 4

digit numbers from

4 to 5 digit numbers

with regrouping

1.1.3.1 in the tens

place

1.1.3.2 in the

hundreds place

1.1.3.3 in the

thousands place

5.1.4 State the

complete

answer

5.2 Solve mentally 1 step

word problems involving

addition with sums up to 300

without regrouping

C. Comprehension of

Subtraction

1. Subtract 5 or more

digit numbers from 6

or more digit numbers

without and with

regrouping in any or

all places and

involving three or

more zeros in the

minuend.

1.1 Subtract 5 or more

digit numbers from

6 or more digit

numbers without

regrouping

1.2 Subtract 5 or more

digit numbers from

6 or more digit

numbers with

regrouping

1.2.1 having zeros

in the

minuends

and/or

subtrahend

1.2.2 with three

continuous

or non-

continuous

zeros in both

minuends

and

subtrahend

and with

regrouping in

any or all

places

2.1 Solve word problems

involving addition of

similar and dissimilar

fractions without or with

regrouping

2.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

2.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is asked

- what is/are given

- the word clue

- the operation to be

used

2.1.2 Transform word

problem into a number

sentence

2.1.3 Use the correct

operation

2.1.4 State the complete

answer

C. Comprehension of

Subtraction of Fractions

1. Subtract fractions and

mixed forms with common

denominators without and

with regrouping

1.1 Visualize subtraction of

fractions

1.2 Subtract whole numbers

from mixed forms

1.3 Subtract mixed numbers

from mixed numbers

(with similar fractions)

1.4 Subtract fractions from

whole numbers

1.5 Subtract fractions from

mixed numbers

1.6 Subtract mixed numbers

from whole numbers

2. Subtract Dissimilar

Fractions

2.1 Visualize subtraction of

dissimilar fractions

2.2 Subtract fractions from

mixed numbers

- Standard Notation

- Expanded Notation

4. Compare and order

decimals through ten

thousandths

5. Round decimals through

ten thousandths

B. Comprehension of

Addition and Subtraction

of Decimals

1. Estimate sums and

differences of whole

numbers and decimals

2. Add and subtract whole

numbers and decimals

3. Add and subtract

decimals through ten

thousandths without and with

regrouping (with

concrete/visual models)

4. Add and subtract mixed

decimals with regrouping

5. Apply the different

properties of addition to

compute sums mentally

5.1 Commutative property of

addition

6. Application of addition and

subtraction of decimals

6.1 Write an equation to

solve word problems

6.2 Solve 1 to 3-step

word problems involving

addition and subtraction of

decimals including money

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1.4 Illustrate that any

given number

plus zero is the

same number

1.5 Show that

changing the

order of two

addends does

not affect the

sum

1.6 Add three 1-digit

numbers having

sums up to 18

1.7 Show that

changing the

grouping of three

or more addends

helps make

computation

easy

2. Add mentally two to

three 1-digit numbers

with sums up to 18

3. Add 1-to 2-digit

numbers with sum

through 99

- without regrouping

- with regrouping

4. Application of Addition

4.1 Solve 1-step word

problems involving

addition of whole

numbers including

money with sums

up to 99 without

and with regrouping

4.1.1. Analyze the

word problem

4.1.1.1 Tell

- what is asked

- what is/are given

- the word clues

- the operation to

be used

1.2 Subtract 2- to 3-digit

numbers with

regrouping

1.2.1 in the tens place

without or with zero

1.2.2 in the hundreds place

value without or with

zero difficulty

1.2.3 in the tens and

hundreds place without

or with zero difficulty

2. Use addition to check

subtraction

3. Subtract mentally 1-digit

number from 1 and 2

digit numbers with

minuends up to 50

without regrouping

4. Application of Subtraction

4.1 Solve 1-step word

problems involving

subtraction of whole

numbers including

money with minuends

up to 999 without and

with regrouping

4.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

4.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is asked

- what is/are given

- the word clue/s

- the operation to be

used

4.1.2 Transform the word

problem into a number

sentence

4.1.3 Use the correct

operation

4.1.4 State the complete

answer

5. Application of Addition and

Subtraction

5.1 Solve 2-step word

problems involving

addition and subtraction

of 2- to 4-digit numbers

1.1.3.4 in the ten

thousand place

1.1.3.5 with zero

difficulty in either

tens or hundreds

place

1.1.4 Estimate the

difference of two

numbers with 3 to 4

digits

1.2 Subtracts mentally 2

digit numbers with

minuends up to 99

without regrouping

2. Application of

Subtraction

2.1 Solve 1 step word

problems involving

subtraction of whole

numbers including

money with

minuends up to

100 000 without

and with regrouping

following the steps

in problem solving

2.2 Solve mentally 1 step

word problems

involving

subtraction without

regrouping

3. Application of Addition

and Subtraction

3.1 Solve 2 step word

problems involving

addition and

subtraction of whole

numbers including

money following

the steps in problem

solving

D.

1. Comprehension of

Multiplication

1.1 Multiply 2 to 4 digit

numbers by 1 to 2

digit numbers

1.3 Estimate the

difference of two

numbers with four

to six digits

2. Subtract mentally

numbers with minuends up

to 300 without regrouping

3. Application of Subtraction

3.1 Solve 1-step word

problems involving

subtraction of whole

numbers including

money without and

with regrouping

3.1.1 Analyze the

word problem

3.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is

asked

- what is/are

given

- the word

clue/the

operation

to be used

3.1.2 Transform the

word problem

into a number

sentence

3.1.3 Use the correct

operation

3.1.4 State the

complete

answer

3.2 Solve mentally 1- step

word problems

involving subtraction

without regrouping

4. Application of Addition

and Subtraction

4.1 Solve 2-step word

problems involving

addition and

subtraction

including money

2.3 Subtract mixed numbers

from mixed numbers

3. Subtract mentally similar

fractions

4. Application of Subtraction

of Fractions

4.1 Solve word problems

involving subtraction

of fractions

4.1.1 Analyze word problems

4.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is asked

- what is/are given

- the word clue

- the operation to be

used

4.1.2 Transform the word

problem into a

number sentence

4.1.3 Use the correct

operation

4.1.4 State the complete

answer

5. Application of Addition and

Subtraction of

Fractions

5.1 Solve 2-step word

problems involving

addition and

subtraction of fraction

D. Comprehension of

Multiplication of Fractions

1. Multiply fractions by whole

number, mixed form by a

fraction

1.1 Visualize multiplication of

fractions

1.2 Find a fractional part of a

number

1.2.1 Translate expressions

such as “

2

1

of

3

2

1.3 Multiply

1.3.1 fraction by another

fraction

6.3 Describe answer in a

complete sentence with

proper labels/units

C. Comprehension of

Multiplication of Decimals

1. Estimate products of

whole numbers and decimals

2. Multiply up to 3 digit

factors by 1 to 2 digit factors

without and with regrouping

and with zero difficulty

3. Multiply hundredths by

hundredths

4. Multiply mixed

decimals by mixed decimals

with hundredths

5. Multiply mentally

decimals by 10, 100 and

1,000

6. Multiply mentally

decimals by .01, 0.01 and

0.001

7. Apply the properties

of multiplication to compute

products

7.1 Commutative

property of multiplication

7.2 Associative

property of multiplication

7.3 Distributive

property of multiplication

over addition

8. Application of

multiplication of decimals

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4.1.2 Transform the

word

problem into

a

number

sentence

4.1.3 Use the

correct

operation

4.1.4 State the

complete

answer

C. Comprehension of

Subtraction

1. Subtract 1-to 2-digit

numbers from 1-to2

digit numbers with

minuends up to 99

without and with

regrouping

1.1 Visualize

situations when

subtraction is

used

1.1.1 Remove a

subset from

a given set

of objects

(taking

away

1.1.1.1 Show the

relationship

of the

removal of a

group of

objects

from a given

set to

subtracting of

whole

numbers

1.1.1.2 Compare two

given sets

(more or less

in number)

including money

5.1.1 Analyze the word

problems

5.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is asked

- the word clue/s

- the hidden question

- the operation to be

used

5.1.2 Transform the word

problem into a number

sentence

5.1.3 Use the correct

operation

5.1.4 State the complete

answer

D. Comprehension of

Multiplication

1. Multiply 1- to 2-digit

numbers by a 1-digit

number with products up

to 81

1.1 Multiply 1-digit by 1-digit

number with or without

regrouping with products

up to 45

1.1.1 Show the relationship

of putting together 2

or more number of

elements to repeated

addition

1.1.2 Show multiplication of

whole numbers as

repeated addition on the

number line or array,

etc.

1.1.3 Transform an addition

sentence into a

multiplication sentence

1.1.4 Identify the parts of a

multiplication sentence

1.1.5 Give the factors of a

given number

1.1.6 Show that a number

multiplied by 1 is the

without and with

regrouping in all

places

1.1.1 Multiply 2 to 4

digit numbers

without and with

regrouping

1.1.1.1 Show that

changing the order

and/or regrouping

in multiplication

makes computation

easy

1.1.1.2 Multiply 2 to 4

digit numbers by

1 to 2 digit numbers

without regrouping

1.1.1.3 Multiply 2 to 4

digit numbers by 1

to 2 digit numbers

with regrouping

1.1.1.4 Multiply 2 digit

numbers by 1 digit

number with zero

in the multiplicand

1.1.1.5 Multiply 3 to 4

digit numbers by

1 digit numbers with

zero in the

multiplicand

1.1.1.6 Multiply 2 to 4

digit numbers

by multiples of 10

1.1.1.7 Multiply 2 to 4

digit numbers by

multiples of 100

1.1.2 Estimate the

product of 2 to 3

digit factors by 1 to

2 digit factors

1.1.3 Estimate the

product of 4 digit

factors by 1 to 2

digit factors

1.1.4 Multiply mentally 2

digit numbers by

1 digit numbers

4.1.1 Tell:

- what is

asked

- what is/are

given

- the word

clue/s

- the hidden

question

- the

operation to

be used

4.1.2 Transform the

word problem

into a number

sentence

4.1.3 Use the

correct

operation

4.1.4 State the

complete

answer

D. Comprehension of

Multiplication

1. Multiply 5 or more

factors by 3 to 5 digit

factors without and

with regrouping and

with zero difficulty

1.1 Multiply 5 or more

digit factors by 3

digit factors

without and with

regrouping

1.2 Multiply 5 or more

digit factors by 4

to 5 digit factors

without and with

regrouping

1.3 Multiply 5 or more

digit factors

having one to

three zeros in both

factors without

regrouping

1.3.2 fraction by a whole

number

1.3.3 mixed form by a

fraction

1.3.4 mixed form by a mixed

form

2. Multiply mentally fraction

units

3. Application of

multiplication of fractions

3.1 Solve word problems

involving multiplication of

fractions

3.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

3.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is asked

- what is/are given

- the word clue

- the operation to be

used

3.1.2 Transform the word

problem into number

sentence

3.1.3 Use the determined

operations

3.1.4 State the complete

answer

4. Application of

Multiplication

E. Comprehension of Ratio

and Proportion

Reducing ratios to lowest

terms

1. Express the ratio of two

numbers

1.1 Visualize the ratio of two

given sets of objects

1.2 Express the ratio of two

numbers by using either

colon (:) or a fraction

2. Forms Proportion for

Numbers

8.1 Write an equation to

solve word problems

8.2 Solve word problems

involving multiplication of

decimals including money

8.3 Solve 2 to 3 step word

problems involving addition,

subtraction and multiplication

of decimals including money

8.4 Describe the answer in

a complete sentence with

proper labels/units

D. Comprehension of

Division of Decimals

1. Estimate problems of

whole numbers and decimals

2. Divide

2.1 Whole numbers (2-5

digit dividends by decimals

(1-2 digit divisions)

2.2 Recognize and

differentiate between

terminating and repeating

from non-terminating decimal

quotients

2.2.1 Recognize and

differentiate between

terminating and repeating

from non-terminating decimal

quotients

2.3 Mixed decimals by

whole numbers

2.3.1 Visualize division

using money as model

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1.1.1.3 Find a

missing

addend

1.1.1.3.1 Show that

subtraction is the

inverse of

addition

1.2 Subtract 1-digit nos.

with minuends

through 18 (basic

facts)

1.3 Subtract 1-to 2-digit

numbers with

minuends

up to 99

1.3.1 without

regrouping

1.3.2 with regrouping

1.3.3 Subtract 2-digit

without regrouping

1.3.4 Subtract 2-

digit with

regrouping

2. Subtract mentally 1-

digit numbers from

minuends up to 18

without regrouping

3. Application of

Subtraction

3.1 Solve word

problems

involving

subtraction of

whole numbers

including money

with minuends up

to 99 without and

with regrouping

3.1.1 Analyze

the word

problems

3.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is

asked

- what is/are

given

same number

1.1.7 Show that zero

multiplied by a

number is zero

1.2 Multiply 1- to 2-digit

numbers by 1-digit

number with products

up to 81

1.3 Multiply mentally 1-digit

numbers with

products up to 81

without regrouping

2. Application of

Multiplication

2.1 Solve 1-step word

problems involving

multiplication of whole

numbers including

money

2.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

2.1.1.1 Tell:

• •• • what is asked

• •• • what is/are given

• •• • the word clue/s

• •• • the operation to

be used

2.1.2 Transform the word

problem into a

number sentence

2.1.3 Use the correct

operation

2.1.4 State the complete

answer

3. Application of

Multiplication and Any

of Addition/

Subtraction

3.1 Solve 2- to 3-step word

problems involving

multiplication of whole

numbers including

money

without regrouping

with products up to

100

2. Application of

Multiplication

2.1 Solve word problems

involving

multiplication of

whole numbers

including money

following the steps

in problem solving

3. Application of

Multiplication and any

one of Addition/

Subtraction

3.1 Solve 2-3 step word

problems involving

multiplication and

any one of addition/

subtraction

following the steps

in problem solving

E.

1. Comprehension of

Division

1.1 Divide 2 to 4 digit

numbers by 1 to

2 digit numbers

without or with

remainder and with

zero difficulty

1.1.1 Divide 2 to 3 digit

numbers by

1 digit number

without/with

remainder

1.1.1.1 Show that

renaming 2 to 3

digit numbers help

make

computation easy

1.1.1.2 Divide 2 to 3

digit numbers by

1 digit number

without remainder

1.4 Multiply 5 or more

digit factors

having one to

three zeros in both

factors with

regrouping in all

places.

1.5 Multiply 5 digit or

more factors by

multiples of 10,

100 and 1,000

2. Show the properties of

multiplication

- Commutative

- Associative

- Zero Property

- Identity Property

- Distributive Property of

Multiplication over

Addition

3. Estimate the products of

two factors with 5 or more

digits by 2 to 3-digit numbers

4. Multiply mentally 2-digit

numbers with products

up to 200 without

regrouping

5. Write numbers in

exponent form

6. Write numbers in

standard form to

scientific notation and

vice-versa

6.1 Write number in

standard form to

scientific notation

6.2 Write number in

scientific notation

to standard form

7. Application of

Multiplication

7.1 Solve word problems

involving multiplication of

whole number including

money

F. Comprehension of

Decimals

1. Read and write decimals

through thousandths

1.1 Rename in decimal form

fraction whose denominators

are powers of 10

1.2 Give the place value of

each digit of a given decimal

2. Round decimals to the

nearest tenths/hundredths/

thousandths

G. Comprehension of

Addition and Subtraction

of Decimals

1. Add and subtract decimals

through thousandths without

and with regrouping

2. Add and subtract mixed

decimals with regrouping

• •• • Subtract mixed

decimals with

regrouping

• •• • Subtract mixed

decimals from whole

numbers

3. Application of addition and

subtraction of decimals

3.1 Solve word problems

involving either addition or

subtraction of decimals

including money

3.2 Solve 2-step word

problems involving addition

and subtraction of decimals

including money

H. Comprehension of

Multiplication of Decimals

1. Multiply mixed decimals

and whole numbers

1.1 Visualize multiplication of

2.4 Whole numbers by

decimals and mixed

decimals

2.5 Mixed decimals by

mixed decimals

3. Divide decimals by 10,

100, 1,000 mentally

4. Divide decimals by 0.1,

0.01, 0.001 mentally

5. Application of division of

decimals

5.1 Write an equation to

solve problems

5.2 Solve word problems

involving division of decimals

including money

5.3 Solve 2 to 3 step word

problems involving decimals

including money

5.4 Describe the answer in

a complete sentence with

proper labels/units

E. Comprehension of

Number Theory and

Fractions

1. Comprehension of number

theory and concepts

1.1 Generalize when a

number is divisible by

another number divisibility

rules

1.2 Identify prime and

composite numbers

1.3 Enumerate factors and

multiples of given numbers

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- the word clues

- the operation

to be used

3.1.2 Transform the

word problem

into a number

sentence

3.1.3 Use the correct

operation

3.1.4 State the complete

answers

II. Rational Numbers

A. Comprehension of

Fractions

1. Recognize 1/ 2

and 1/ 4 of a

whole

2. Separate a whole

object into

halves/fourths

3. Separate group of

objects into

halves/fourths

IV. MEASUREMENT

A. Comprehension of

time measure

1. Tell the number of

days in a

week/months in a

year using the

calendar

2. Indicate time to the

hour/half hour

2.1 Show that 60

minutes make

an hour

2.2 Tell time using

digital clock

3. Indicate time to the

nearest 15 minutes of

an hour like 1:15, 1:30,

1:45

E. Comprehension of

Division

1. Divide whole numbers

with dividends through

81 by 1-digit divisors

1.1 Show division as

repeated subtraction

1.2 Identify the parts of a

division sentence

namely dividend,

divisor and quotient

1.3 Illustrate division

• •• • By partition (including the

equal parts of a number)

• •• • By distribution (finding

how many times a

number is contained in a

given number)

• •• • As repeated subtraction

• •• • As inverse of

multiplication

1.4 Transform a division

sentence into

multiplication

sentence and vice

versa

1.5 Divide 1- to 2-digit

numbers by 1-digit

numbers

1.6 Divide 2-digit numbers

with dividends through

81

2. Application of Division

2.1 Solve 1-step word

problems involving

division of whole

numbers with

dividends up to 81

2.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

1.1.1.3 Divide 2 to 3

digit numbers by

1 digit number with

remainder

1.2 Divide 2 to 3 digit

numbers by

multiples of 10 up to

90

1.3 Divide 2 to 3 digit

numbers by 1 to 2

digit numbers with

zero difficulty

1.4 Divide 3 to 4 digit

numbers by 1 to 2

digit numbers

without or with

remainder and with

zero difficulty

1.4.1 Divide 3 to 4 digit

numbers by

1 digit number

without remainder

1.4.2 Divide 3 to 4 digit

numbers by

1 to 2 digit numbers

with remainder

1.4.3 Divide 3 to 4 digit

numbers by

1 to 2 digit numbers

with zero difficulty

1.4.4 Divide whole

numbers by 5

1.4.5 Divide whole

numbers by 10 and

100

1.5 Divide mentally 2

digit numbers

through 99 by 1

digit numbers

without remainder

2. Application of Division

2.1 Solve 1 step word

problem involving

division of 2 to 4 digit

numbers by 1 to 2

digit numbers

including money

7.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

7.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is

used

- what is/are

given

- the word

clue/s the

hidden

question the

operation to

be used

7.1.2 Transform the

word problem into

a number

sentence

7.1.3 Use the correct

operation

7.1.4 State the complete

answer

8. Application of

Multiplication and Any

of Addition/Subtraction

8.1 Solve 2 step word

problems

involving

multiplication and

any of addition/

subtraction

E. Comprehension of

Division

1. Divide 5 or more digit

numbers by 3 or

more digit numbers

without or with

remainder and with

zero difficulty.

1.1 Divide 5 or more

digit number by

3 digit numbers

without

remainder

1.2 Divide 5 or more

decimals using models

1.2 Tenths by another tenths

1.3 Hundredths by tenths

and vice versa

2. Generalize the step in

multiplying decimals

3. Multiply mixed decimals

with tenths and hundredths

by whole numbers

4. Multiply mixed decimals

by mixed decimals with

tenths and hundredths

5. Multiply decimals by 10

and 100

6. Multiply decimals mentally

by 1, 01, and 001

7. Application of

Multiplication of Decimals

7.1 Solve word problems

involving multiplication of

decimals including money

I. Comprehension of

Division of Decimals

1. Divides decimals through

hundredths

1.1 Visualize division of

decimals using models

1.2 Divide decimals by whole

numbers

1.3 Divide decimals by

decimals through hundredths

2. Application of Division of

Decimals

2.1 Solve word problems

involving division of decimals

2.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

2.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is asked

- what is/are given

- the word clues

- the operation to be

used

2.1.2 Transform the word

problem into a

1.4 List the prime factors of

given numbers

1.5 Write the prime

factorization of a given

number

1.6 Determine the greatest

common factor (GCF) of 2 or

more numbers

1.7 Determine the least

common multiple (LCM) of 2

or more numbers

F. Comprehension of

Fractions

1. Write the factor described

involving regions, sets and

numberline

2. Rename fractions as

decimals and vice-versa

3. Form equivalent fractions

4. Solve for the missing

terms in a pair of equivalent

fractions

5. Reduce fractions to

lowest terms

6. Change mixed numbers to

improper fractions and vice-

versa

7. Estimate fractions close to

0,

2

1

or 1

8. Find the least common

denominator (LCD) of a set

of fraction

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3.1 Indicate time

such as 1:15, 1:30,

1:45 when the hand

is at 15 minutes

4. Read and write time

as shown on the clock

B. Comprehension of

Linear Measure

1. Make measurement

using non-standard

units of linear

measure.

2. Compare among the

non-standard units

of mass measure in

terms of consistency

and accuracy

C. Comprehension of Mass

Measure

1. Measure mass using

non-standard units of

linear measures

2. Compare among the

non-standard units of

mass measure in

terms of consistency

and accuracy

D. Comprehension of Area

1. Measure area using

non-standard units

2. Compare among the

non-standard units of

measuring area in

terms of consistency

and accuracy

E. Comprehension of

Capacity

1. Measure capacity

using non-standard

units

2.1.1.1 Tell:

• •• • what is asked

• •• • what is/are given

• •• • the word clue/s

• •• • the operation to

be used

2.1.2 Transform the word

problem into a

number sentence

2.1.3 Use the correct

operation

2.1.4 State the complete

answer

3. Application of Division and

Any of the Three

Fundamental

Operations

3.1 Solve 2- to 3-step word

problem involving

whole numbers

including money

3.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

3.1.1.1 Tell:

• •• • what is asked

• •• • what is/are given

• •• • the word clue/s

• •• • the hidden

question

• •• • the operation to

be used

3.1.2 Transform the word

problems into a

number sentence

3.1.3 Use the correct

operation

3.1.4 State the complete

answer

II. Rational Numbers

A. Comprehension of

Fractions

3. Application of the Four

Fundamental

Operations

3.1 Solve 2 step word

problems involving

division and any one

of the fundamental

operations including

money

3.2 Solve 3 step word

problems involving

division and any two

of the other

fundamental

operations including

money

II. Rational Numbers

A. Comprehension of

Fractions

1. Order fractions less

than one/equal to one/

more than one

1.1 Identify fractions less

than one

1.2 Order fractions less

than one

1.2.1 Tell the

relationship between

fractions less than one

1.3 Identify fractions

equal to one

1.4 Identify fractions

more than one

1.5 Order fractions less

than one/equal to

one/more than one

2. Change fractions to

lower forms

2.1 Tell the greatest

number by which

two given numbers

can exactly be

divided

2.1.1 Give the GCF

(Greatest Common

Factor) of 2 given

numbers

digit numbers by

4 or more digit

numbers without

or with

remainder

1.3 Divide whole

numbers by 10,

100 and 1,000

1.4 Divide 4 to 5

digit numbers by

2 to 3 digit

numbers with

zeros in the

middle or

continuous zero

in the dividend

2. Estimate the quotient

of 4 to 5 digit

dividends by 2-digit

numbers

3. Divide mentally 2-3

digit numbers by 1-

digit numbers without

remainder

4. Application of

Division

4.1 Solve 1- step

word problems

involving division

of 5 or more digit

numbers by 3 or

more digit

numbers

including money

4.1.1 Analyze

the word

problem

4.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is

asked

- what is/are

given

- the word

clue/s the

operation to

be used

number sentence

2.1.3 Use the correct

operation

2.1.4 State the complete

answer

J. Comprehension of

Percent

1. Relate fractions/ratios,

decimals and percent

1.1 Visualize the meaning of

percent (%)

1.2 Give the relationship

• •• • between

fractions/ratios and

percents (with visual

models)

• •• • between percent and

decimal (with visual

models)

• •• • among fractions/

ratios, decimals and

percents

III. Geometry

A. Comprehension of

Polygons

1. Draw 3- to 4-sided

polygons

1.1 Visualize polygons

1.2 Identify kinds of polygons

1.3 Describe polygons

2. Draw 5- or more-sided

polygons

e.g. pentagon, hexagon,

etc.

IV. Measurement

A. Comprehension of Area

1. Find the area of other

plane figures in square

meters/centimeters

9. Compare fractions and

mixed forms using different

methods

9.1 fraction sense, visual

reasoning, renaming to like

forms

9.2 Cross products

method

9.3 LCD method

10. Order fractions in simple

and mixed forms in

ascending or descending

order using different

methods

11. Solve mentally word

problems involving fractions

11.1 Reduce final answer

to lowest term

G. Comprehension of

Addition and Subtraction

of Fractions

1. Visualize addition and

subtraction of fractions

(using concrete and visual/

pictorial models)

2. Estimate sums and

differences of fractions in

simple and mixed forms

3. Add or subtract similar

fractions in simple or mixed

forms without regrouping

4. Add or subtract similar

fractions in simple or mixed

forms with regrouping

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2. Compare among the

non-standard units of

capacity measure in

terms and accuracy

of measurement

1. Identify

3

1

,

5

1

,

6

1

of a

given whole/group of

objects

1.1 Name the fractional parts

of a given whole/

group of objects

B. Read and write

3

1

,

5

1

,

6

1

in symbols and in

words

C. Compare unit fractions

using relation symbols

III. Geometry

A. Comprehension of

Shapes

1. Identify shapes

1.1 Name different shapes

common in the home

and in the school

2. Classify shapes according

to numbers of sides

and corners

2.1 Describe shapes

according to number

sides

2.2 Describe shapes

according to number

of corners

2.3 Compare shapes

according to number

of sides and corners

3. Tessellate a surface using

triangles and shapes

4. Discriminate

shapes/figures that

show symmetry

2.2 Reduce fractions to

lowest terms

3. Find the fractional part

of set/regions

e.g.

1

/3 of 12

1

/4 of 20

1

/2 of 8

III. Geometry

A. Comprehension of Line

and Line Segment

1. Draw perpendicular

parallel intersecting

lines

1.1 Visualize

perpendicular parallel

and intersecting lines

1.2 Identify perpendicular

parallel and

intersecting lines

2. Draw congruent line

segments

2.1 Visualize congruent

line segments

2.2 Identify congruent

line segments

3. Determine which motion

turn, flip or slide creates

a given tessellation

4. Form simple

symmetrical designs out

of given shapes

(triangles and squares)

IV. Measurement

A. Comprehension of Time

Measure

1. Convert time measure

from smaller to

larger units and vice-

versa

1.1 days to years years

to days

1.2 seconds to minutes

minutes to hours

hours to day

4.1.2 Transform

the word

problem into

a number

sentence.

4.1.3 Use the

correct

operation

4.1.4 State the

complete

answer

5. Application of the

Four Fundamental

Operations

5.1 Solve 2 to 3 step word

problems involving division

and any one or two of the

other fundamental

operations learned including

money

5.1.1 Analyze the

word problem

5.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is

asked

- what is/are

given

- the word

clue/s the

hidden

question the

operation to

be used

5.1.2 Transform the

word

problems into

a number

sentence

5.1.3 Use the

correct

operation

5.1.4 State the

complete

answer

- parallelograms

- trapezoids

- circles

2. Application of

Measurement of Area

2.1 Solve word problems

involving area of plane

figures

2.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

3. Draw congruent and

similar polygons

3.1 Visualize congruence/

similarity of polygons

3.2 Identify congruent/

similar polygons

B. Comprehension of

Circumference of a Circle

1. Find the circumference of

a circle in centimeter/

meter

1.1 Derive a formula for

finding the distance

around a circle

2. Application of the Concept

of Circumference

2.1 Solve word problems

involving circumference

measure

2.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

2.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is asked

- what is/are given

- the word clue

- the operation to be

used

2.1.2 Transform the word

problem into a

number sentence

2.1.3 Use the correct

operation

2.1.4 State the complete

answer

5. Add or subtract dissimilar

fractions in simple or mixed

forms without regrouping

6. Add or subtract dissimilar

fractions in simple or mixed

forms with regrouping

7. Add mentally similar and

dissimilar fractions using the

properties of addition

8. Application of addition and

subtraction of fractions

8.1 Write an equation to

solve word problems

8.2 Make drawings or

diagrams to better

understand the given

problem

8.3 Solve word problems

involving addition or

subtraction of fractions in

simple or mixed forms with

or without regrouping

8.3.1 Analyze the word

problem

8.3.1.1 Tell

- what is asked

- what is/are given

- the word clue/s

- the operation to

be used

8.3.2 Use the correct

operation

8.3.3 Describe the

answer in a complete

sentence with proper labels/

units

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IV. Measurement

A. Comprehension of Time

Measure

1. Use the calendar to tell

the number of:

1.1 week in a month

1.2 day in a month

1.3 month in a year

1.4 week in a year

1.5 days in a year

2. Determine the number of

days in a given number of

• •• • weeks

• •• • months

3. Name the days in a

week/months in a year

4. Tell the time using the

digital clock

5. Express the relationship

between the “hour hand” and

the “minute hand” of a clock

6. Indicate time to the

nearest 15 minutes of an

hour like 1:15, 1:30, 1:45

when the minute hand is at

the 15 minutes position

7. Read and write time as

shown on the clock

8. Application of time

measure

8.1 Solve simple word

problems involving time

without conversion of

standard units

B. Comprehension of

Linear Measure

1. Make measurement using

standard units of linear

measure

e.g. centimeter, metre

2. Find the exact time

between dates

3. Application of time

measure

3.1 Solve 1 step word

problems involving

time measure

following the steps

in problem solving

B. Comprehension of Area

1. Find the area of a figure in

square meters

1.1 Visualize the area of

a rectangle

1.2 Visualize the area of

a square

1.3 Derive a formula for

finding the area

of a rectangle/

square

1.3.1 Derive a formula

for finding the area

of a rectangle

1.3.2 Derive a formula

for finding the area

of a square

2. Application of concept

of area

2.1 Solve word problems

involving area of

2.1.1 rectangle

2.1.2 square

C. Comprehension of

Capacity

1. Find capacity using

standard units of

measure

e.g. small units-milliliter

2. Convert capacity

measure from smaller

to larger units and vice

versa

II. RATIONAL NUMBERS

A. Comprehension of

Decimals and money

1. Read and write common

fractions in decimal form

through hundredths

1.1 Visualize

common

fractions as

decimals

1.1.1 Use decimal

models

(blocks

grid,

money)

1.2 Write

common

fractions in

decimal form

1.3 Read and

write decimal

numbers

through

hundredths

1.4 Rename in

decimal form

fractions

whose

denominators

are powers of

10

1.5 Give the

place value of

each digit of a

given decimal

2. Express/write money

as pesos/centavos

3. Round decimal to the

nearest

tenths/hundredths/

thousandths

C. Comprehension of

Volume

1. Find the volume of a cube/

rectangular prism

1.1 Tell the unit of measure

used for measuring the

volume of cubes/

rectangular prism

1.2 Convert one cubic unit of

measure to a larger or

smaller unit

1.3 Derive a formula for

finding the volume of

cube/rectangular prism

2. Application of

Measurement of Volume

2.1 Solve word problem

involving measurement of

volume

2.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

2.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is asked

- what is/are given

- the word clue

- the operation to be

used

2.1.2 Transform the word

problem into a

number sentence

2.1.3 Use the correct

operation

2.1.4 State the complete

answer

D. Comprehension of

Temperature Measure

1. Give body/weather

temperature using degree

Celsius

1.1 Identify the parts of a

thermometer

1.2 Read a thermometer

2. Application of

Temperature Measure

8.4 Solve 2 to 3-step word

problems involving addition

and subtraction of fractions

in simple and mixed forms

without and with regrouping

8.4.1 Analyze the word

problem

8.4.1.1 Tell

- what is asked

- what is/are give

- the word clue/s

- the operation to

be used

8.4.2 Use the correct

operation

8.4.3 Describe the

answer in a complete

sentence with proper labels/

units

H. Comprehension of

Multiplication of

Fractions

1. Multiply a fraction by

another fraction (with

visual models)

2. Simplify factor by

cancellation method

before multiplying

3. Multiply fractions in simple

and mixed forms

3.1 Change mixed

numbers and whole

numbers to improper

fractions before

multiplying

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2. Approximate

measurement of length,

width, height and distance

C. Comprehension of Mass

Measure

1. Make measurement

using standard units of

mass measure

2. Convert standard units

of mass measure to

lower or higher units

3. Approximate

measurement of mass

4. Investigate accuracy in

measuring mass and

quantity of things bought

e.g. knowledge in using

the weighing scale

D. Comprehension of Area

1. Find the area of a given

figure using the square units

1.1 Visualize plane figures

and square units

1.2 Tell the number of

square units covering a

given area

1.3 Solve word problems

involving area

E. Comprehension of

Capacity

1. Make measurement using

standard units of capacity

measure e.g. litre

3. Application of

measurement of capacity

3.1 Solve word problems

involving capacity

measure following

the steps in

problem solving

V. Graphs

A. Comprehension of

Pictograph

1. Read/interpret data

presented in a pictograph

1.1 Name the following

parts of a pictograph

a. title

b. legend

c. labels

1.2 Interpret the legend

1.3 Read pictographs

2. Construct pictograph

2.1 Organize data

presented in a

pictograph

VI. Calculator

1. Identify the parts of a

calculator

2. Tell the function of each

part of a calculator

B. Comprehension of

Addition and

Subtraction of

Decimals

1. Add and subtract

decimals through

hundredths with

and without

regrouping

1.1 Add decimals

through

hundredths

without and

with

regrouping

1.2 Subtract

decimals

through

hundredths

without or with

regrouping

2. Add and subtract

mixed decimals with

regrouping

2.1 Add mixed

decimals with

regrouping

2.2 Subtract

mixed

decimals with

regrouping

3. Application of addition

and subtraction of decimals

3.1 Solve word problems

involving either

addition or

subtraction of

decimals including

money

3.1.1 Analyze the

word problem

2.1 Solve word problem

involving body/weather

temperature

V. Graphs

A. Comprehension of Line

Graph

1. Read/Interpret data

presented in a line graph

2. Read a line graph

3. Construct a line graph

3.1 Organize data presented

in a line graph

3.2 Find the average of data

presented in a line graph

4. Show that multiplying a

fraction by its reciprocal

is equal to 1

5. Application of

Multiplication of Fractions

5.1 Write an equation for

a word problem

5.2 Make drawings/

diagrams to better

understand the given

problem

5.3 Solve word problems

involving multiplication

of numbers in mixed

forms

5.4 Solve 2 to 3 step word

problems involving

addition, subtraction,

and multiplication of

numbers in mixed forms

5.5 Use correct order of

operations

5.6 Describe answer in a

complete sentence in

with proper labels/units

I. Comprehension of

Division of Fractions

1. Visualize division of a

whole number by a

fraction; a fraction by

another fraction

2. Divides a whole number

by a fraction; a fraction

by another fraction

3. Divide fractions in different

forms

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3.1.1.1 Tell what is asked

what is/are given, the word

clue/s the operation to be

used

3.1.2 Transform the

word problem

into a number

sentence

3.1.3 Use the

correct

operation

3.1.4 State the

complete

answer

3.2 Solve 1 to 2 step

word problems

involving addition

and subtraction of

decimals including

money

3.2.1 Analyze the

word problem

3.2.1.1 Tell:

- what is

asked

- what is/are

given the

word clues

- the hidden

question the

operation to

be used

3.2.2 Transform the

word problem

into a number

sentence

3.2.3 Use the

correct

operation

3.2.4 State the

complete

answer

4. Application of Division of

Fraction

4.1 Write an equation to

solve a word problem

4.2 Make drawings or

diagrams to better

understand the given

problem

4.3 Solve word problems

involving division of

fractions

4.4 Solve 2 to 3-step word

problems involving all

operations on

fractions

4.4.1 Use correct order

of operations

4.5 Describe answer in a

complete sentence with

proper labels/units

J. Comprehension of

Ratio and Proportion

1. Forms ratio and

proportion for groups of

objects/numbers

1.1 Use colon (:) and

fractions in writing

ratios and proportions

1.1.1 Reduces a ratio

to lowest terms

1.2 Find a missing term

in a proportion

2. Application of Ratio and

proportion

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C. Comprehension of

Fractions

1. Visualize fractions

including those with

denominators of 10

and 100

1.1 Identify proper

fraction/

improper

fraction/mixed

forms from a

given set of

fractions

including those

with

denominators

of 10 and 100

1.1.1 Identify

fractions

involving

regions,

sets and

number

line

1.1.2 Use

fraction to

represent

division

1.2 Identify similar and

dissimilar fractions

from a given set of

fractions

1.3 Rename decimals

and whole

numbers to

fractions from a

given set of

fractions

2. Order similar

fractions written in

different forms from

least to greatest and

vice-versa

2.1 Set up a proportion for

a given situation

2.2 Solve word problems

with:

2.2.1 Direct proportion

2.2.2 Partitive

proportion

2.2.3 Inverse proportion

2.3 Describe answer in a

complete sentence with

proper labels/units

K. Comprehension of

Percent

1. Gives the meaning of the

elements used in solving

percentage problems

1.1 Percentage

1.2 Ratio or Percent

1.3 Base

2. Determine the percentage

rate and base in a given

problem

3. Application of Percent

3.1 Set up an equation or

proportion to solve

problems

3.2 Solve the three types

of percentage

problems

3.2.1 Find the

percentage when the rate

and base are given

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3. Order dissimilar

fractions written in

different forms from

least to greatest and

vice-versa

3.1 Change

improper

fraction to

mixed forms

and vice-versa

3.2 Change one (1)

to fraction

form and vice-

versa

D. Comprehension of

Addition and Subtraction

of Fraction

1. Add similar fractions

and whole numbers

without regrouping

1.1 Visualize addition

of similar

fractions

1.2 Add similar

fraction

1.3 Add fractions and

a whole number

1.4 Add mentally

similar fraction

2. Subtract similar

fractions without

regrouping

2.1 Subtract similar

fraction

2.2 Subtract a

fraction from a

whole number

2.3 Subtract mentally

similar fractions

3.2.2 Find the rate or

percent when the

% age and base

are given

3.2.3 Find the base

when the

percentage

or rate are given

3.3 Compute common

percentage mentally

3.4 Solve word problems

involving finding the

percentage/rate/base

3.4.1 Percent of

increase/decrease

- Discounts

- Original Price

- Rate of Discount

- Sale Price

- Mark-up Price

3.4.2 Commission

- Rate of

Commission

- Total Sales

- Total Income

3.4.3 Sales Tax

- Rate of Sales

- Tax

- Selling Price

3.4.4 Simple Interest

- Principal Rate

- Time

L. Simple Probability

1. Make simple predictions

2. Tell the number of

favorable outcomes/chances

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3. Application of

Addition and

Subtraction of

fractions

3.1 Solve word

problems

involving addition

of similar

fractions without

regrouping

3.2 Solve word

problems

involving

subtraction of

similar fractions

without

regrouping

E. Comprehension of

Fractions

1. Multiply two fractions

1.1 Visualize

multiplication of

fraction

1.2 Find a fractional

part of a number

1.2.1 Translate

expressions

such as:

2

1

of

3

2

,

3

2

of

6

1

2. Multiply a fraction by

another fraction

3. Application of

Multiplication

3.1 Solve word

problems involving

multiplication of

fractions

3.1.1 Analyze the

word problem

3.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is

M. Comprehension of

Integers

1. Visualize integers in their

order on a number line

2. Compares integers

3. Order integers in

increasing/decreasing order

III. GEOMETRY

A. Comprehension of

Spatial Figures

1. Draw different spatial

figures

1.1 Visualize the different

spatial figures, cube,

rectangular prism,

cylinder, sphere,

pyramid, cone, etc.

1.2 Describes the

different spatial

figures

IV. Measurement

A. Comprehension of

Surface Area

1. Tell the surface area of

solids

2. Tell the unit of measure

used for measuring the

surface area of solids

3. Find the area formula of

the following plane

figures:

- parallelograms

- triangles

- trapezoids

- circles

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asked

- what is/are

given

- the word

clue/s the

operation to

be used

3.2 Transform the

word problem into a

number sentence

3.3 Use the correct

operation

3.4 State the complete

answer

III. GEOMETRY

A. Comprehension of

Plane Figures and

Angles

1. Draw plane figures

1.1 Identify the different

kinds of plane

figures

1.2 a. Identify the parts

of a triangle

1.2 b. quadrilateral

1.3 Describe plane

figures according to sides,

corners, shapes and their

functional use

1.3.1 Describe

plane

figures with 3

and 4 sides

and corners

- square

- rectangle

- different

types of

triangles

1.4 Construct plane

figures using a

ruler and

compass

2. Draw different kinds of

angles

4. Derive a formula for

finding the surface area of:

- cubes

- prisms

- cylinders

5. Application of

Measurement of Surface

Area

5.1 Write an equation or

formula to solve for the

surface area of solids

5.2 Solve the word

problems involving

measurement of surface

area

5.2.1 Analyze the word

problem

5.2.1.1 Tells:

- what is asked

- what is/are

given

- the word clue/s

the operation to

be used

5.2.2 Transform the

word problem into a

number sentence

5.2.3 Use the correct

operation

5.2.4 State the complete

answer

B. Comprehension of

Volume

1. Find the volume of a

solid

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2.1 Identify parts of an

angle

2.2 Name different

kinds of angles such

as right angle, acute

angle and obtuse

angle

2.2.1 Visualize the different

kinds of angles as acute,

right obtuse

2.3 Classify angles as

right, acute or

obtuse

2.4 Identify congruent angles

IV. MEASUREMENT

A. Comprehension of

Perimeter

1. Find the perimeter of

polygons

1.1 triangle

1.2 quadrilateral

1.3 pentagon etc

2. Derive a formula for

finding the perimeter of

polygons

3. Application of Perimeter

3.1 Solve word

problems

involving

perimeter

measures

B. Comprehension of Area

1. Find the area of

polygons in square

metre/centimetre

a. triangle

b. parallelogram

1.1 Tell the unit of

measure used for measuring

the volume of solids,

rectangular prisms

1.2 Convert one cubic

unit of measure to a larger or

smaller unit

1.3 Derive a formula for

finding the volume of

solids like:

- prism

- cylinders

- pyramid

- cones

2. Application of

Measurement of Volume

2.1 Write an equation or

formula to solve for the

volume of solid

2.2 Solve word problems

involving measurement

of volume

2.1.1 Analyze the word

problem

2.1.1.1 Tell:

- what is asked

- what is/are given

- the word clue/s

- the operation to

be used

2.1.2 Transform the

word problems into a number

sentence

2.1.3 Use the correct

operation

2.1.4 State the complete

answer

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1.1 Tell the unit of

measure used

for measuring

the area of

triangles and

parallelo-

grams

1.2 Tell the unit of

square

measures

used for

measuring the

area of a

triangle/

parallelogram

1.3 Derive a

formula for

finding the

area of a:

1.3.1 Triangle

1.3.2 Parallelogram

C. Comprehension of

Volume

1. Make measurement

using non-standard

units:

- cubes

- marbles

2. Compare among the

non-standard units of

measuring volume in

terms of consistency

and accuracy

3. Approximate

measurement of

volume

C. Comprehension of

Meter Reading

1. Read and interpret

readings from:

1.1 electric meter

1.2 water meter

V. Graphs

A. Comprehension of

Circle Graph

1. Read and interpret

data presented in a circle

graph

2. Construct a circle

graph

2.1 Organize data

presented in a

circle graph

2.2 Find the average of

data presented in a

circle graph

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IV. Graphs

A. Comprehension of

Bar Graph

1. Read and interpret

data presented in

a bar graph

1.1 Read the

following parts

of a bar graph

a. title

b. legend

c. labels

1.2 Interpret bar

graphs

2. Construct bar

graphs

2.1 Organize data

presented in a

bar graph

2.2 Find the

average of

data

presented in a

bar graph

MATHEMATICS

DESCRIPTION

Mathematics in Grades 1 and 2 includes the study of whole numbers, addition and subtraction, basic facts of multiplication and division, basics of geometry, fractions, metric and local measurements, the use of money and their application to practical problems based on real life activities. Grades 3 and 4 deals with the study of whole numbers, the four fundamental operations, fractions and decimals including money, angles, plane figures, measurement and graphs. In Grades 5 and 6 the child is expected to have mastered the four fundamental operations of whole numbers, performs skills in decimals and fractions, conceptualize the meaning of ratio and proportion, percent, integers, simple probability, polygons, spatial figures, measurement and graphs. Simple concepts in Algebra is also introduced to be articulated in the high school. Besides further development of the basic mathematical skills, the child is expected to solve problems related to business and industrial activities in the community.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Daily Weekly Grade 1 80 400 Grade 2 80 400 Grade 3 80 400 Grade 4 60 300 Grade 5 60 300 Grade 6 60 300

The 20-minute increase in the daily time allotment is given to ensure that all lessons are finished and there will be more activities that involve grouping practical investigations and problem solving. Pupils learn more if they have hands on or manipulative and interactive activities, learn on their own, explore, discover, generalize and apply what they learned in their daily life.

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the child is expected to demonstrate understanding of basic concepts and skills on whole numbers up to one hundred including money and measurement. geometry. the child is expected to demonstrate understanding of concepts and skills on whole numbers up to one hundred thousand. fractions. and apply the concepts learned to solve problems. At the end of Grade I. the child is expected to demonstrate understanding of concepts and perform skills of whole numbers up to millions and billions including money. perform addition and subtraction of 3 to 4-digit numbers. the child is expected to demonstrate understanding of concepts and skills on whole numbers up to one thousand including basics of geometry. geometry. and in solving problems in daily life using appropriate technology At the end of Grade VI. simple probability. communicating. the child is expected to have mastered the concepts and operations of whole numbers. fractions. exact and estimated computation of the four fundamental operations involving decimals. exact and estimated computation on the four fundamental operations. thinking analytically and critically. understand basic facts of multiplication and division. 2 . and apply the concepts learned in solving problems. decimals. At the end of Grade II. and apply the concepts learned to solve problems. perform addition and subtraction of 1 to 3-digit numbers. and apply the concepts learned in solving problems. and apply the concepts learned to solve problems. At the end of Grade III. measurement and graphs. percent. ratio. estimating. exact and estimated computation of the four fundamental operations on rational numbers including money and measurement and apply the concepts learned in solving problems. measurement. fractions and measurement. fractions. money. geometry. ratio and proportion. decimals including money. measurement and graphs. and graphs. perform the four fundamental operations of whole numbers and measurement. demonstrate understanding of concepts and perform skills on decimals. graphs and scales. At the end of Grade V. percent. the child is expected to have mastered the concepts and operations of whole numbers. demonstrate understanding of concepts and perform skills on fractions. integers. integers.EXPECTATIONS GOAL: Demonstrate understanding and skills in computing with considerable speed and accuracy. At the end of Grade IV.

2 Classify sets using common objects according to color. Properties of Whole Numbers • Addition • Multiplication 3.4 Write numbers through 100 000 in symbols and in words 1.1. WHOLE NUMBERS A.7 Tell when a number is divisible by another number (Divisibility Rules) VI I.2 Evaluate an expression involving exponents 1.2 hundreds 2. 22 .1 Identify the 11 through th the 20 objects of given sets from a given point of reference 4.6 Write 4 to 5 digit numbers in expanded form 2.4 Read and write numbers through millions/billions in words 2.1 Give the place value of each digit in a 3-digit number 2. WHOLE NUMBERS A.4 Evaluate an expression with more than 2 operations with or without exponents and parenthesis/grouping symbols 1.ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS I I. Comprehension of Whole Numbers 1.3 Order sets with 1 to 10 objects from least to greatest and vice-versa 1. Comprehension of Whole Numbers 1.1. Operations of Whole Numbers: • Adding and Subtracting • Multiplying Whole Numbers • Dividing Whole Numbers 5. WHOLE NUMBERS A.5 Express the relationship of numbers using expressions "less than" greater than and equal to (> < =) 1.4 Write 3-digit numbers in expanded form 2.Expression .1 Associate numbers with sets having 101 up to 500 objects/ things 1.2 Give the place value of each digit in 4 to 5 digit numbers 1. 23 . Subset of Whole Numbers 1.1. Round off numbers to the nearest 2.Base 1. WHOLE NUMBERS A.3 thousands 2. Add 6 or more digit numbers with 4 or more addends with sums through billions 1.6 Find the least common multiple of a set of numbers 1.2 – the one less order 1. Comprehend the order of operations on whole numbers 1.1 1000 through 10 000 1.4.4 Find prime factors of a number 1.1.3 Write numbers through 1000 in symbols and in words 2. < and = 3. Comprehension of Whole Numbers 1.6 Associate numbers with sets having objects 0 to 10 1. Read and write numbers from 101 through 1000 in symbols and in words 2.7 Tell the number of objects in a given set of 10 or less II I.2 Give the place value of each digit in a 6 or more digit numbers 1.4 Construct sets with objects 1 to 10 in 1.5 Compare 2 sets using the expressions “fewer than”.3 Read numbers through 100 000 in symbols and in words 1.2 Nearest thousands and ten thousands 3.2 Associate numbers with sets having 501 up to 1000 objects/ sets 2.1 Identify numbers from 100 001 through millions/ billions 1.5 Show multiples of a given number by 10.1 Nearest tens and hundreds 2.1.Exponent .to 3-step 1. III I.5 Compare numbers using >. Round number to the 2. Comprehension of Addition 1. WHOLE NUMBERS A.1 Identify common objects according to color size shape 1.7 billions B.1 Differentiate odd from even numbers 1. Read and write money in symbols through 1000 IV I. 100 1. Place Value 2.3 Read and write numbers through millions/billions in symbols 1. and “as many as” 1.1. Read and write ordinal th numbers from 11 th through the 20 objects of given sets from a given point of reference th 4.1 Give the meaning of . Rounding numbers 4.2 Identify ordinal numbers th up to the 20 5. Identify the pattern of naming ordinal numbers st nd rd th e. 24 . Read and write numbers through millions in symbols and in words 1.5 hundred thousand 2.1 without regrouping V I.1 tens 2. 21 . Read and write the numbers through 100 000 in symbols and in words 1.1 – the one more order 1.2 Apply the order of operations in solving 2-3 step word problems 3 .6 millions 2.1 Follow the correct order of operations (PEMDAS Rule) when solving expressions/equations having more than one operations 1.3 Identify prime and composite numbers 1. Tell when a number is odd or even 4. “more than”. Comprehension of Whole Numbers REVIEW 1. Problem Solving Involving Large Numbers: 1-step and 2. Comprehension of Whole Numbers 1.Equation .4 ten thousands 2. Recognize cardinal numbers from 0 to 100 1.2 Read numbers through 1000 in symbols and in words 2.2 Give the common factors of given numbers 1. Comprehension of Whole Numbers 1.3 Evaluate an expression with two different operations with or without exponents and parenthesis/grouping symbols 1. Identify numbers from 101 through 1000 1.g. size shape 1.1 Identify cardinal numbers 1. Skip count numbers by 50s up to 1000 4.2 10 001 though 100 000 1. WHOLE NUMBERS A.4.

1.2 Read numbers from 11 through 100 in symbols and in words 2. tenths. number line) 1.1.11 Count by 1’s through 50 1.1 Read money value in symbols through 1000 4.1.2 Visualize addition of dissimilar fractions 1. 5’s and 10 through 50 1.3 Describe answer in a complete sentence with proper units/labels II. or 1 B. Add 2. Rename fractions whose denominators are power of 10 in decimal form 3.2 with regrouping 2. money.to 3-digit numbers with zero in any of the addends without regrouping with sums up to 999 3. Read and write numbers through 100 in symbols and in words 2. Show properties of addition in adding numbers III 4. RATIONAL NUMBERS A. Application of Addition of Fractions B. 3. hundredths and thousandths 1.1 Commutative Property 2.1. Comprehension of Decimals 1.3 Write numbers from 11 through 100 in symbols and in words 2. Read and write money value through P100 7.2 Identify equal fractions 1.13 Skip count by 2’s.any two or more places .1. Comprehension of Addition 1.3 Use the correct operation V A.2 Read decimals through ten thousandths 3. Add 2.2 Use different models to show a given decimal (region/block. Express Roman numbers through M in Hindu-Arabic symbols and vice-versa 5.12 Identify numbers in sets having 11 to 50 objects 1.1 Solve word problems involving addition of whole numbers including money with sums through millions and billions without and with regrouping 5.1.1 Write an equation to solve multi-step word problems 1.1 Use cross product to determine whether 2 fractions are equal 1.2 Express money as pesos and centavos through P100 7.9 Read and write numbers from 0 to 10 in symbols 1.1 Visualize changing dissimilar fractions to similar fractions 1. Comprehension of Addition 1.4 Add dissimilar fractions and whole numbers 1.1 Name a decimal for a given model (region/blocks. Add numbers in mixed forms with similar and dissimilar fractions without and with regrouping 1. 5.1.1 Read money in symbols through P100 7.3 Add dissimilar fractions 1.to 3-digit numbers with sums up to 999 1.1 Analyze the word problem 5.2. 6.8 Order numbers 1 to 10 including zero from least to greatest and vice-versa 1.1.3 D to M 1. 4.2 Estimate the sums of 3 to 5 digit addends 1. Express Roman numbers in equivalent HinduArabic through L (50) 8.4 Write numbers from 11 through 100 in expanded form 2.7 Add mixed forms 1.what is/are given . Comprehension of Addition Fraction 1.1 Tens and hundreds places 1.1.1 Without regrouping in short forms 1. 4 .1 Identify the value/place value of a digit in a given decimal 3.2.14 Associate numbers with sets having 51 up to 100 objects/things 2.2 Solve 2-3 step word problems involving whole numbers 1.9 Add mentally two fractional units with similar denominators 2. “equal” 1.1.2.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 5.the word clue/s .2 Associative Property 2.3 Compare value of the different denominations of coins and bills through 1000 5.1 Read and write Roman numbers through L 8.2.3 Identity Property Estimate the sum of 6 or more digit addends Add mentally 2 to 3 digit numbers with sums up to 300 without regrouping Application of Addition 5.2 Change Roman numbers in equivalent HinduArabic through L and vice-versa B.1 Tell: .1. . Read and write decimals through ten thousandths 3.3 Change fractions to lower/higher term (LCM/GCF) 2. Add 2.1 Read and write the value of Roman numbers in HinduArabic and vice-versa 5.1 L to C 5.2 With regrouping in 1.to 3-digit numbers with zero in any of the addends with regrouping with sums up to 999 4.3 Compare values of the different denominations of coins and paper bills through P100 using the relation symbol 8.all places Show the properties of addition 2. number line) 2. “greater than”.1. Comprehension of Fraction 1.1 Give the place value of each digit in a 1to 2-digit numbers 2.10 Tell the relationship of numbers using the expressions “less than”.1 Add 4 to 5 digit numbers up to four addends with sums up to 100 000 1.I 1. 1 2 VI 1.2 Thousands and ten thousands places 1. Estimate fractions close to 0. Use the pattern of naming ordinal numbers beyond 20 7.1 without regrouping in short form 1.the operation to be used 5.5 Regroup sets of ones into sets of tens and sets of tens into hundreds using objects II etc.6 Add mixed form and a dissimilar fraction 1.3 Add mentally 1 to 2 digit numbers with sums up to 100 without regrouping IV 1.8 Estimate sum 1.what is asked .2 with regrouping in: .2. Change dissimilar fractions to similar fractions 1.2 C to D 5.5 Add whole numbers and mixed forms 1. money.1 Add two to four similar fractions 1. Visualize ones.3 Write decimals through ten thousandths in different notations 2.2 Write money value in symbols through 1000 4.

Comprehension of Subtraction • what is asked • what is/are given • the word clues • the operation to 1.1 having zeros in the minuends and/or subtrahend 1. Application of addition and subtraction of decimals 6.3.1 Read and write the symbol of c for centavo and P for pesos 4.2 with three continuous or noncontinuous zeros in both minuends and subtrahend and with regrouping in any or all places V 2.1.7 through 10 (after concept of 1-10) II 4. Subtract Dissimilar Fractions 2.2 Show the associative property of addition in adding numbers 5. Comprehension of Subtraction 1.2 Solve mentally 1 step word problems involving addition with sums up to 100 without regrouping 5.2. Add and subtract decimals through ten thousandths without and with regrouping (with concrete/visual models) 4. Subtract fractions and mixed forms with common denominators without and with regrouping 1.what is/are given .4 State the complete answer C.6 Subtract mixed numbers from whole numbers 2.1.1 Solve word problems involving addition of whole numbers with sums up to 100 000 including money following the steps in problem solving 2. Estimate sums and differences of whole numbers and decimals 2.1 Subtract 3 to 4 digit numbers from 4 to 5 digit numbers with minuends up to 100 000 without and with regrouping and with zero difficulty 1.1.1. 4. Subtract 2. Add and subtract whole numbers and decimals 3.1.3 Use the correct operation 2.1 Taking away from the given set 1. Application of Addition 2. Subtract 5 or more digit numbers from 6 or more digit numbers without and with regrouping in any or all places and involving three or more zeros in the minuend.3 Subtract mixed numbers from mixed numbers (with similar fractions) 1.1 Commutative property of addition 6.1.00 4.1. 2 .2 Subtract fractions from mixed numbers VI .1 Subtract 3 digit number from 4 to 5 digit numbers with minuends up to 100 000 without regrouping 1.2 Subtract whole numbers from mixed forms 1.1 Tell: III 2.5 Subtract fractions from mixed numbers 1. Comprehension of Addition and Subtraction of Decimals 1. Read and write ordinal st nd rd numbers 1 .2 Solve mentally 1 step word problems involving addition with sums up to 300 without regrouping C. P10s up to P50s B.1 Visualize subtraction of fractions 1.2 Solve 1 to 3-step word problems involving addition and subtraction of decimals including money be used 6. 1.4 IV State the complete answer 5.1.1. 3 up to th 10 in a given set st nd 3.1.1.3 in the thousands place 5 . 2 .1 Identify the 1 .1 Solve word problems involving addition of similar and dissimilar fractions without or with regrouping 2.2 in the hundreds place 1.2 Subtract 4 digit number from 4 to 5 digit numbers with minuends up to 100 000 without regrouping 1.to 3-digit numbers with minuends up to 999 without and with regrouping 1.1 Tell: .what is asked .1 Join two sets with 1 to 9 objects 1.3 Finding a missing addend C.4 Subtract fractions from whole numbers 1.1 Analyze the word problem 2.1.Standard Notation .1. Comprehension of Subtraction of Fractions 1.1. Round decimals through ten thousandths B.4 Skip count by P5s.2. Comprehension of Subtraction 1.3 Subtract 3 to 4 digit numbers from 4 to 5 digit numbers with regrouping 1.1.the operation to be used 2.1 Solve word problems involving addition of whole numbers including money with sums up to 999 without and with regrouping 6.3.3 Use the correct operation 6.1 in the tens place 1.1.1.2 Transform word problem into a number sentence 2.3 Add two 1-digit numbers having sums of : . 1.1 Analyzes word problem 6. Compare and order decimals through ten thousandths 5. Apply the different properties of addition to compute sums mentally 5.1.2 Subtract 5 or more digit numbers from 6 or more digit numbers with regrouping 1.4 State the complete answer C.3 Compare values of the different denominations of coins and paper bills through P50 using the relation symbols. Application of Addition 6.1.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 6.1 Write an equation to solve word problems 6. rd th 3 up to the 10 object in a given set 4.1.6 and less . Add mentally 1.2 Tell the value of a given set of coins and paper bills up to P50 4.I 3. Add two to three 1digit numbers with sums up to 18 horizontally and vertically 1.1.to 2-digit numbers with sum up to 50 6.2 Comparing two sets 1. Comprehension of Addition 1.3.1 Illustrate how subtraction is used when: 1.Expanded Notation 4.1 Show the commutative property of addition in adding numbers 4. Read and write money up to P 50. Add and subtract mixed decimals with regrouping 5.1.2 Show the relationship of joining sets to addition of whole numbers 1.1 Visualize subtraction of dissimilar fractions 2.the word clue .1 Subtract 5 or more digit numbers from 6 or more digit numbers without regrouping 1.

5 Show that changing the order of two addends does not affect the sum 1.7 Show that changing the grouping of three or more addends helps make computation easy 2. Multiply hundredths by hundredths 4.1.2 Subtract 2. Add mentally two to three 1-digit numbers with sums up to 18 3.1 Solve 1-step word problems involving subtraction of whole numbers including money without and with regrouping 3.1 Analyze the word problem 4. Application of Subtraction 4.1 Visualize multiplication of fractions 1. Multiply mentally decimals by 10.3 Use the correct operation 4.4 Estimate the difference of two numbers with 3 to 4 digits 1.with regrouping 4.1.1.1. Analyze the word problem 4. Application of Subtraction 3.what is/are given .3.what is asked .1 in the tens place without or with zero 1.1 Translate expressions such as “ 2 of 3 1.1.1.5 with zero difficulty in either tens or hundreds place 1.3 Estimate the difference of two numbers with four to six digits 2.1 Tell: what is asked what is/are given the word clue the operation to be used 4. Application of Addition and Subtraction 5.4 State the complete answer 5. Multiply up to 3 digit factors by 1 to 2 digit factors without and with regrouping and with zero difficulty 3.2.3.1.1 Commutative property of multiplication 7.01. Application of Addition and Subtraction 3.4 State the complete answer 3.1. 6 .1.3 Subtract mixed numbers from mixed numbers 3. Estimate products of whole numbers and decimals 2.what is/are given .to 3-digit numbers with regrouping 1.2 in the hundreds place value without or with zero difficulty 1. 100 and 1.1.the word clue/the operation to be used 3.2. Application of Addition 4.1 Solve 2-step word problems involving addition and subtraction of 2. Application of Addition and Subtraction of Fractions 5.3 in the tens and hundreds place without or with zero difficulty 2.1.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 4.2.1 Solve 2-step word problems involving addition and subtraction of fraction D.1.1 Analyze the word problem 3. Multiply mixed decimals by mixed decimals with hundredths 5. Subtract mentally 1-digit number from 1 and 2 digit numbers with minuends up to 50 without regrouping 4.step word problems involving subtraction without regrouping 4.2 Subtracts mentally 2 digit numbers with minuends up to 99 without regrouping 2.1. Application of Subtraction of Fractions 4. Application of Addition and Subtraction 4.2 Solve mentally 1.to 4-digit numbers III 1.1.I 1.1 Tell: .1.without regrouping .2 Find a fractional part of a number 1. Application of multiplication of decimals D.1.01 and 0.what is asked .2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 3.3 Distributive property of multiplication over addition 8.1 Analyze word problems 4.3 Describe answer in a complete sentence with proper labels/units C.1. Add 1-to 2-digit numbers with sum through 99 . Comprehension of Multiplication of Decimals 1.1 Tell: what is asked what is/are given the word clue/s the operation to be used 4.the word clues . mixed form by a fraction 1.1 fraction by another fraction 1 2 VI 6.1.2 Solve mentally 1 step word problems involving subtraction without regrouping 3. Application of Subtraction 2.4 in the ten thousand place 1. Subtract mentally numbers with minuends up to 300 without regrouping 3. Subtract mentally similar fractions 4.4 Illustrate that any given number plus zero is the same number 1.2 Associative property of multiplication 7. Multiply mentally decimals by . Multiply fractions by whole number.1 Tell .1.1.1.001 7.2. Use addition to check subtraction 3.1.1 Multiply 2 to 4 digit numbers by 1 to 2 digit numbers IV 1.1 Solve 1-step word problems involving addition of whole numbers including money with sums up to 99 without and with regrouping 4.1 Solve 1 step word problems involving subtraction of whole numbers including money with minuends up to 100 000 without and with regrouping following the steps in problem solving 2.3.3 Use the correct operation 3.1. 0.1.1 Solve 2 step word problems involving addition and subtraction of whole numbers including money following the steps in problem solving 1. Comprehension of Multiplication 1.3 Multiply 1.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 4.3 Use the correct operation 4.1 Solve word problems involving subtraction of fractions 4.the operation to be used II 1.1 Solve 2-step word problems involving addition and subtraction including money V 2.4 State the complete answer 5.1 Solve 1-step word problems involving subtraction of whole numbers including money with minuends up to 999 without and with regrouping 4.6 Add three 1-digit numbers having sums up to 18 1.000 6.1. Comprehension of Multiplication of Fractions 1. Apply the properties of multiplication to compute products 7.

1 Show the relationship of putting together 2 or more number of elements to repeated addition 1.4 mixed form by a mixed form 2.1.2 4.the operation to be used Transform the word problem into a number sentence Use the correct operation State the complete answer V 1.5 Give the factors of a given number 1.1.1.3 4.4 C.4 Describe the answer in a complete sentence with proper labels/units D. Comprehension of Multiplication 1.1.1.3 Use the correct operation 5.2 Transform the word problem into number sentence 3.1 Show the relationship of the removal of a group of objects from a given set to subtracting of whole numbers 1. Application of Multiplication E.4 State the complete answer 4.2 Recognize and differentiate between terminating and repeating from non-terminating decimal quotients 2.1.4 State the complete answer D.1.the hidden question .1 Show that changing the order and/or regrouping in multiplication makes computation easy 1.1.2 Multiply 5 or more digit factors by 4 to 5 digit factors without and with regrouping 1.1.7 Multiply 2 to 4 digit numbers by multiples of 100 1.1.3 Solve 2 to 3 step word problems involving addition.1 Solve word problems involving multiplication of fractions 3.1 Multiply 2 to 4 digit numbers without and with regrouping 1.1.3.2 fraction by a whole number 1.1.1.1 Recognize and differentiate between terminating and repeating from non-terminating decimal quotients 2.1 Visualize the ratio of two given sets of objects 1.to 2-digit numbers by a 1-digit number with products up to 81 1.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence Use the correct operation State the complete answer II including money 5. Comprehension of Division of Decimals 1.1.1.2 Multiply 2 to 4 digit numbers by 1 to 2 digit numbers without regrouping 1.1.2 Show multiplication of whole numbers as repeated addition on the number line or array.1.1.3.what is/are given .1 Tell: what is asked what is/are given the word clue the operation to be used 3.what is asked .1.1.1 Multiply 1-digit by 1-digit number with or without regrouping with products up to 45 1.3 Multiply 2 to 4 digit numbers by 1 to 2 digit numbers with regrouping 1.1 IV Tell: . Comprehension of Ratio and Proportion Reducing ratios to lowest terms 1.3 Use the determined operations 3.4 D.2. Forms Proportion for Numbers VI 8.1 Visualize situations when subtraction is used 1. Application of multiplication of fractions 3.2 Solve word problems involving multiplication of decimals including money 8.1.I 4. 1.1 Remove a subset from a given set of objects (taking away 1. Comprehension of Subtraction 1.1.1.1.1 Multiply 5 or more digit factors by 3 digit factors without and with regrouping 1.1. subtraction and multiplication of decimals including money 8.1. Divide 2.6 Show that a number multiplied by 1 is the III without and with regrouping in all places 1.1 Analyze the word problems 5.3 Transform an addition sentence into a multiplication sentence 1.4 Identify the parts of a multiplication sentence 1. Comprehension of Multiplication 1.4 Multiply mentally 2 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers 4. Subtract 1-to 2-digit numbers from 1-to2 digit numbers with minuends up to 99 without and with regrouping 1.1.1. Multiply mentally fraction units 3.1. etc.1.1 Write an equation to solve word problems 8.1 Visualize division using money as model 4.6 Multiply 2 to 4 digit numbers by multiples of 10 1.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 5.3.5 Multiply 3 to 4 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers with zero in the multiplicand 1.3 Mixed decimals by whole numbers 2.1.3 Multiply 5 or more digit factors having one to three zeros in both factors without regrouping 7 .1.1.1.4 Multiply 2 digit numbers by 1 digit number with zero in the multiplicand 1.1.the word clue/s .1 Analyze the word problem 3.1 Whole numbers (2-5 digit dividends by decimals (1-2 digit divisions) 2.1. Express the ratio of two numbers 1.1.1.1 Tell: what is asked the word clue/s the hidden question the operation to be used 5.3 Estimate the product of 4 digit factors by 1 to 2 digit factors 1.2 Compare two given sets (more or less in number) 4.2 Estimate the product of 2 to 3 digit factors by 1 to 2 digit factors 1.3 mixed form by a fraction 1.1. Estimate problems of whole numbers and decimals 2.1.1. Multiply 5 or more factors by 3 to 5 digit factors without and with regrouping and with zero difficulty 1.3 4.2 Express the ratio of two numbers by using either colon (:) or a fraction 2.1.1.3.1. Multiply 1.1.1.1.1.

1 Solve 2-3 step word problems involving multiplication and any one of addition/ subtraction following the steps in problem solving E.3 Multiply mentally 1-digit numbers with products up to 81 without regrouping 2. Estimate the products of two factors with 5 or more digits by 2 to 3-digit numbers 4.1 without regrouping 1.1 Rename in decimal form fraction whose denominators are powers of 10 1.1.3 Enumerate factors and multiples of given numbers the operation to be used 2.3 Subtract 1-to 2-digit numbers with minuends up to 99 1. 100. Comprehension of Number Theory and Fractions 1. Application of addition and subtraction of decimals 3.3.1 Solve 1-step word problems involving multiplication of whole numbers including money 2. 1.1.3 Subtract 2-digit without regrouping Subtract 21. Application of Multiplication and any one of Addition/ Subtraction 3.1.1.4 Multiply 5 or more digit factors having one to three zeros in both factors with regrouping in all places.3.to 3-step word problems involving multiplication of whole numbers including money • • • • what is asked what is/are given the word clue/s 8 .Identity Property .2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 2.1 Solve 2.3 Find a missing addend 1. Write numbers in exponent form 6.1.1. Add and subtract decimals through thousandths without and with regrouping 2. Add and subtract mixed decimals with regrouping • Subtract mixed decimals with regrouping • Subtract mixed decimals from whole numbers 3. Write numbers in standard form to scientific notation and vice-versa 6.1.2 Solve word problems involving division of decimals including money 5. with minuends through 18 (basic facts) 1. Comprehension of Decimals 1.1.7 Show that zero multiplied by a number is zero 1. Divide decimals by 0. Read and write decimals through thousandths 1. Application of Multiplication 7.1 Analyze the word problem 2.what is/are given II same number 1. Comprehension of Multiplication of Decimals 1.1 Solve word problems involving either addition or subtraction of decimals including money 3. Round decimals to the nearest tenths/hundredths/ thousandths G.4 Whole numbers by decimals and mixed decimals 2.Distributive Property of Multiplication over Addition 3.I 1. 0.4 Describe the answer in a complete sentence with proper labels/units E.1 Solve word problems involving multiplication of whole number including money V F.1. Show the properties of multiplication . 100 and 1.000 2.1.1 Generalize when a number is divisible by another number divisibility rules 1.2 Multiply 1. Application of Multiplication and Any of Addition/ Subtraction 3.001 mentally 5.3.Commutative . Comprehension of Addition and Subtraction of Decimals 1.4 State the complete answer 3.4 digit with regrouping 2.1. Multiply mixed decimals and whole numbers 1.01.1 Analyze the word problems 3. Application of Subtraction 3.5 Multiply 5 digit or more factors by multiples of 10.1.1 Divide 2 to 3 digit numbers by 1 digit number without/with remainder 1. Application of division of decimals 5.1 Show that renaming 2 to 3 digit numbers help make computation easy 1.Associative .5 Mixed decimals by mixed decimals 3.1.what is asked .1.2 Write number in scientific notation to standard form 7.1 Tell: III without regrouping with products up to 100 2. Divide decimals by 10.3.1. Application of Multiplication 2. Comprehension of Division 1.1.1 Write number in standard form to scientific notation 6.3.1.1 Solve word problems involving multiplication of whole numbers including money following the steps in problem solving 3.2 Solve 2-step word problems involving addition and subtraction of decimals including money H.2 Give the place value of each digit of a given decimal 2. Application of Multiplication 2.2 Divide 2 to 3 digit numbers by 1 digit number without remainder IV 1. 1.1 Divide 2 to 4 digit numbers by 1 to 2 digit numbers without or with remainder and with zero difficulty 1.1 Tell: .2 Subtract 1-digit nos.2 with regrouping 1. 0.1 Show that subtraction is the inverse of addition 1.to 2-digit numbers by 1-digit number with products up to 81 1. Subtract mentally 1digit numbers from minuends up to 18 without regrouping 3.000 mentally 4.1.1 Solve word problems involving subtraction of whole numbers including money with minuends up to 99 without and with regrouping 3.3 Solve 2 to 3 step word problems involving decimals including money 5.1 Write an equation to solve problems 5.1.Zero Property .1. Comprehension of number theory and concepts 1.3 Use the correct operation 2.2 Identify prime and composite numbers 1. Multiply mentally 2-digit numbers with products up to 200 without regrouping 5.1 Visualize multiplication of VI 2. 1.

Comprehension of Fractions Recognize 1/ 2 and 1/ 4 of a whole 2.the word clues .6 Divide 2-digit numbers with dividends through 81 2. Comprehension of Division 1.1. MEASUREMENT A.3 Use the correct operation 7.5 Divide 1.what is/are given .1 Solve word problems involving multiplication of decimals including money I.1. 1 2 • • • • As repeated subtraction As inverse of multiplication 1.6 Determine the greatest common factor (GCF) of 2 or more numbers 1.1.2 Transform the word problem into a VI 1.what is used .1. Comprehension of Division 1.1 Divide 5 or more digit number by 3 digit numbers without remainder 1.1.1.1.2 Divide 3 to 4 digit numbers by 1 to 2 digit numbers with remainder 1. Write the factor described involving regions.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 3.4 Divide whole numbers by 5 1.1 Divide 3 to 4 digit numbers by 1 digit number without remainder 1.1. Tell the number of days in a week/months in a year using the calendar 2. Multiply mixed decimals with tenths and hundredths by whole numbers 4. 1:30. Comprehension of Division of Decimals 1.2 Tenths by another tenths 1.4 Divide 3 to 4 digit numbers by 1 to 2 digit numbers without or with remainder and with zero difficulty 1. Separate a whole object into halves/fourths 3. Divide whole numbers with dividends through 81 by 1-digit divisors 1. Indicate time to the nearest 15 minutes of an hour like 1:15.1 Tell: . Application of Multiplication of Decimals 7. Form equivalent fractions 4. Application of Division of Decimals 2. Divide 5 or more digit numbers by 3 or more digit numbers without or with remainder and with zero difficulty.I .what is/are given .1 Analyze the word problem 2.1.4.1 Solve 1-step word problems involving division of whole numbers with dividends up to 81 2. sets and numberline 2.1 Solve 1 step word problem involving division of 2 to 4 digit numbers by 1 to 2 digit numbers including money IV 7. Solve for the missing terms in a pair of equivalent fractions 5.3 Use the correct operation 3.the operation to be used 3.1 Show that 60 minutes make an hour 2.4 State the complete answers II.4.3 Hundredths by tenths and vice versa 2.1. Application of Multiplication and Any of Addition/Subtraction 8. Multiply decimals mentally by 1.2 Tell time using digital clock 3.1.3 Divide decimals by decimals through hundredths 2. Generalize the step in multiplying decimals 3. Reduce fractions to lowest terms 6. Rational Numbers A.1 Tell: .1 Solve 2 step word problems involving multiplication and any of addition/ subtraction E. Separate group of objects into halves/fourths IV.to 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers 1.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 7.5 Divide whole numbers by 10 and 100 1. Change mixed numbers to improper fractions and viceversa 7. Comprehension of Fractions 1.1 Solve word problems involving division of decimals 2.2 Identify the parts of a division sentence namely dividend.5 Divide mentally 2 digit numbers through 99 by 1 digit numbers without remainder 2. divisor and quotient 1.1. Application of Division 2. II E.1. Multiply mixed decimals by mixed decimals with tenths and hundredths 5.1. 1.the word clue/s the hidden question the operation to be used 7. Multiply decimals by 10 and 100 6. Rename fractions as decimals and vice-versa 3.1 Analyze the word problem or 1 8. Application of Division 2.2 Divide decimals by whole numbers 1.what is asked .3 Illustrate division By partition (including the equal parts of a number) By distribution (finding how many times a number is contained in a given number) III 1. Comprehension of time measure 1. 1:45 1.1. Find the least common denominator (LCD) of a set of fraction 9 . Divides decimals through hundredths 1.4.the word clues .4.4. Estimate fractions close to 0.3 Divide 2 to 3 digit numbers by 1 to 2 digit numbers with zero difficulty 1.1 Show division as repeated subtraction 1.1 Visualize division of decimals using models 1. 01.2 Divide 5 or more V decimals using models 1.1. Indicate time to the hour/half hour 2.3 Divide 3 to 4 digit numbers by 1 to 2 digit numbers with zero difficulty 1.the operation to be used 2. and 001 7.7 Determine the least common multiple (LCM) of 2 or more numbers F.4 State the complete answer 8.1 Analyze the word problem 7.4 Transform a division sentence into multiplication sentence and vice versa 1.3 Divide 2 to 3 digit numbers by 1 digit number with remainder 1.4 List the prime factors of given numbers 1.2 Divide 2 to 3 digit numbers by multiples of 10 up to 90 1.5 Write the prime factorization of a given number 1.

Add or subtract similar fractions in simple or mixed forms with regrouping • 2.1. Find the area of other plane figures in square meters/centimeters 10 .what is asked . Make measurement using non-standard units of linear measure.1.1.3 Use the correct operation 3. Application of the Four Fundamental Operations 3.I 3. Change fractions to lower forms 2.1 Tell: . Measurement A. Comprehension of Percent 1.1 Reduce final answer to lowest term G.to 4-sided polygons 1.1 fraction sense.3 Divide whole numbers by 10. Application of Division and Any of the Three Fundamental Operations 3.4 State the complete answer J. decimals and percent 1. decimals and percents 3. Add or subtract similar fractions in simple or mixed forms without regrouping 4.1 Solve 2.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 2.1 Tell the greatest number by which two given numbers can exactly be divided 2. Comprehension of Area 1. 2.1.2 Solve 3 step word problems involving division and any two of the other fundamental operations including money II.4 State the complete answer II.2 Transform the word problems into a number sentence 3.2 Cross products method 9.1 Give the GCF (Greatest Common Factor) of 2 given numbers IV digit numbers by 4 or more digit numbers without or with remainder 1.1.1 Visualize polygons 1. visual reasoning.1.1 Tell the relationship between fractions less than one 1. 2.or more-sided polygons e.the word clue/s the operation to be used V number sentence 2.1 Tell: II III 3. 1:30.4 State the complete answer 3. IV. Rational Numbers A.1.1. renaming to like forms 9.3 Use the correct operation 2. pentagon. Rational Numbers A.4 Divide 4 to 5 digit numbers by 2 to 3 digit numbers with zeros in the middle or continuous zero in the dividend Estimate the quotient of 4 to 5 digit dividends by 2-digit numbers Divide mentally 2-3 digit numbers by 1digit numbers without remainder Application of Division 4.what is/are given .1. Geometry A. Compare among the non-standard units of mass measure in terms of consistency and accuracy C. Solve mentally word problems involving fractions 11. Read and write time as shown on the clock B. Compare among the non-standard units of measuring area in terms of consistency and accuracy E.1 Solve 1.to 3-step word problem involving whole numbers including money 3. Comprehension of Fractions • • • • what is asked what is/are given the word clue/s III.3 Use the correct operation 2. Comprehension of Addition and Subtraction of Fractions 1.3 Describe polygons 2. 100 and 1.1. Comprehension of Linear Measure 1. Comprehension of Polygons 1. Measure mass using non-standard units of linear measures Compare among the non-standard units of mass measure in terms of consistency and accuracy 2. Measure area using non-standard units 2. Draw 5.1 Visualize the meaning of percent (%) 1.2.step word problems involving division of 5 or more digit numbers by 3 or more digit numbers including money 4. Order fractions in simple and mixed forms in ascending or descending order using different methods 11. Comprehension of Area 1.1 Analyze the word problem 4. Relate fractions/ratios. Compare fractions and mixed forms using different methods 9.2 Give the relationship the operation to be used 2.1 Analyze the word problem 3. • • between fractions/ratios and percents (with visual models) between percent and decimal (with visual models) among fractions/ ratios.1. etc. Estimate sums and differences of fractions in simple and mixed forms 3.1. Measure capacity using non-standard units the hidden question • the operation to be used 3. hexagon. 4.2 Order fractions less than one 1. Visualize addition and subtraction of fractions (using concrete and visual/ pictorial models) 2.1. Comprehension of Fractions 1. Comprehension of Capacity 1. D.4 Identify fractions more than one 1.1 Tell: • • • • what is asked what is/are given the word clue/s VI 9.1 Indicate time such as 1:15.3 LCD method 10.2 Identify kinds of polygons 1.g.1.1.5 Order fractions less than one/equal to one/more than one 2. Order fractions less than one/equal to one/ more than one 1. 1:45 when the hand is at 15 minutes 4.1. Draw 3.1 Identify fractions less than one 1.1. Comprehension of Mass Measure 1.000 1.1 Solve 2 step word problems involving division and any one of the fundamental operations including money 3.3 Identify fractions equal to one 1.

.1 Solve word problems involving circumference measure 2. Find the circumference of a circle in centimeter/ meter 1.1.1.1.3.g. Determine which motion turn. Convert time measure from smaller to larger units and viceversa 1.2 Identify congruent/ similar polygons B. Compare unit fractions using relation symbols III. Application of Measurement of Area 2.1.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence.4 State the complete answer 5.I 2. Draw perpendicular parallel intersecting lines 1.1 days to years years to days 1.the word clue/s .3 Solve word problems involving addition or subtraction of fractions in simple or mixed forms with or without regrouping 8.3 Describe the answer in a complete sentence with proper labels/ units . Discriminate shapes/figures that show symmetry 11 . Identify .3 Compare shapes according to number of sides and corners 3.1.1.1 Name different shapes common in the home and in the school 2.what is asked .1 Tell . flip or slide creates a given tessellation 4. Draw congruent line segments 2.1 Analyze the word problem 5.2 Make drawings or diagrams to better understand the given problem 8.3. Comprehension of Circumference of a Circle 1.1 Analyze the word problem 8.1.2 seconds to minutes minutes to hours hours to day IV 4.3 Use the correct operation 2.2 Reduce fractions to lowest terms 3.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 2.1 Analyze the word problem 2.2 Use the correct operation 8.1 Solve 2 to 3 step word problems involving division and any one or two of the other fundamental operations learned including money 5.1.1.1 Describe shapes according to number sides 2. Comprehension of Line and Line Segment 1.1.2 Identify perpendicular parallel and intersecting lines 2.1.2 Identify congruent line segments 3. Geometry A.the word clue/s the hidden question the operation to be used 5.1.what is/are given .1 Write an equation to solve word problems 8.1 Solve word problems involving area of plane figures 2. Compare among the non-standard units of capacity measure in terms and accuracy of measurement 1 3 II 1. Application of the Four Fundamental Operations 5. Find the fractional part of set/regions 1 e.1 Name the fractional parts of a given whole/ group of objects B. Measurement A. Form simple symmetrical designs out of given shapes (triangles and squares) IV.1 Derive a formula for finding the distance around a circle 2. Application of addition and subtraction of fractions 8.3 Use the correct operation 4.1.1. /3 of 12 1 /4 of 20 1 /2 of 8 III.1 Analyze the word problem 3. Geometry A.3. Add mentally similar and dissimilar fractions using the properties of addition 8.1 Tell: what is asked what is/are given the word clue the operation to be used 2.1 Tell: .the operation to be used 8.4 State the complete answer VI 5.what is/are given . Identify shapes 1. Read and write 1 6 1 3 1 5 1 6 III 2.2 Describe shapes according to number of corners 2.3 Use the correct operation 5.what is asked . Add or subtract dissimilar fractions in simple or mixed forms with regrouping 7. of a given whole/group of objects 1.1. 1 5 .1. Comprehension of Time Measure 1. Classify shapes according to numbers of sides and corners 2.1 Visualize congruence/ similarity of polygons 3.1 Visualize congruent line segments 2. Tessellate a surface using triangles and shapes 4. Comprehension of Shapes 1. in symbols and in words C.1.4 State the complete answer V parallelograms trapezoids circles 2.1 Visualize perpendicular parallel and intersecting lines 1. Add or subtract dissimilar fractions in simple or mixed forms without regrouping 6.2 Transform the word problems into a number sentence 5. Draw congruent and similar polygons 3. Application of the Concept of Circumference 2.3. 4.

Application of time measure 8. 1:30.1 Solve word problems involving area of 2. Express the relationship between the “hour hand” and the “minute hand” of a clock 6.4 week in a year 1.1.4.3 Derive a formula for finding the volume of cube/rectangular prism 2. Comprehension of Volume 1.1.2 Use the correct operation 8. Comprehension of Linear Measure 1.1.the word clue/s . Application of time measure 3. small units-milliliter 2. Use the calendar to tell the number of: 1. Express/write money as pesos/centavos Round decimal to the nearest tenths/hundredths/ thousandths VI 8. Find the volume of a cube/ rectangular prism 1.the operation to be used 8. Tell the time using the digital clock 5. Read and write time as shown on the clock 8. Comprehension of Multiplication of Fractions 1. IV II.2 Convert one cubic unit of measure to a larger or smaller unit 1.1 Analyze the word problem 8. metre 12 .1 Solve 1 step word problems involving time measure following the steps in problem solving B.3 Read and write decimal numbers through hundredths 1. RATIONAL NUMBERS Comprehension of Decimals and money V C.3.3 month in a year 1. Make measurement using standard units of linear measure e.4.3 Derive a formula for finding the area of a rectangle/ square 1.1 Use decimal models (blocks grid.4 Rename in decimal form fractions whose denominators are powers of 10 1.1 Derive a formula for finding the area of a rectangle 1.what is asked .1 Identify the parts of a thermometer 1.1 Solve word problem involving measurement of volume 2.1 week in a month 1. centimeter.5 days in a year 2. Convert capacity measure from smaller to larger units and vice versa A. Read and write common fractions in decimal form through hundredths 1.4. money) 1.1 Tell: what is asked what is/are given the word clue the operation to be used 2. Comprehension of Temperature Measure 1.2 square C.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 2. Find capacity using standard units of measure e.1.2 Write common fractions in decimal form 1.2 Visualize the area of a square 1. Application of Measurement of Volume 2. Measurement A.1. Simplify factor by cancellation method before multiplying 3.1.1. 1:45 when the minute hand is at the 15 minutes position 7.4 State the complete answer D. Determine the number of days in a given number of III 2.2 day in a month 1. Indicate time to the nearest 15 minutes of an hour like 1:15.2 Read a thermometer 2. Multiply fractions in simple and mixed forms 3. Comprehension of Capacity 1.3 Use the correct operation 2. Give body/weather temperature using degree Celsius 1.g.4 Solve 2 to 3-step word problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions in simple and mixed forms without and with regrouping 8.5 Give the place value of each digit of a given decimal 2. Multiply a fraction by another fraction (with visual models) 2.1 Solve simple word problems involving time without conversion of standard units B.1 Visualize the area of a rectangle 1.3.2 Derive a formula for finding the area of a square 2.1 Tell .I II IV.1 rectangle 2.g.3 Describe the answer in a complete sentence with proper labels/ units H. Find the exact time between dates 3.1.1 Change mixed numbers and whole numbers to improper fractions before multiplying • • weeks months 3.1 Visualize common fractions as decimals 1.1 Tell the unit of measure used for measuring the volume of cubes/ rectangular prism 1. Comprehension of Area 1. Find the area of a figure in square meters 1.1. 3. Name the days in a week/months in a year 4.what is/are give .4.1 Analyze the word problem 2. Application of concept of area 2.1. Comprehension of Time Measure 1. Application of Temperature Measure 1.

and multiplication of numbers in mixed forms 5.3 Solve word problems involving multiplication of numbers in mixed forms 5. Find the area of a given figure using the square units 1. labels 1.3 Solve word problems involving area E.1 Solve word problem involving body/weather temperature V. Construct pictograph 2.5 Use correct order of operations 5.6 Describe answer in a complete sentence in with proper labels/units I.g. Divide fractions in different forms 13 . Comprehension of Pictograph 1. Read a line graph 3. Application of Multiplication of Fractions 5. Application of measurement of capacity 3. Approximate measurement of mass 4. subtraction. Read/Interpret data presented in a line graph 2.1 Name the following parts of a pictograph a.1 Organize data presented in a pictograph VI. Tell the function of each part of a calculator IV B. height and distance C.g.2 Subtract mixed decimals with regrouping 3. Calculator 1.3 Read pictographs 2. Comprehension of Mass Measure 1.2 Interpret the legend 1. Show that multiplying a fraction by its reciprocal is equal to 1 5.1 Organize data presented in a line graph 3. Construct a line graph 3. Comprehension of Capacity 1. legend c. litre III 3.1 Add decimals through hundredths without and with regrouping 1. a fraction by another fraction 3. knowledge in using the weighing scale D.2 Subtract decimals through hundredths without or with regrouping 2.2 Tell the number of square units covering a given area 1. Comprehension of Area 1. a fraction by another fraction 2.1 Visualize plane figures and square units 1.1 Write an equation for a word problem 5. Approximate measurement of length. Identify the parts of a calculator 2.4 Solve 2 to 3 step word problems involving addition. Comprehension of Division of Fractions 1. Comprehension of Line Graph 1.1 Analyze the word problem V 2. Investigate accuracy in measuring mass and quantity of things bought e. width. Visualize division of a whole number by a fraction. Read/interpret data presented in a pictograph 1. Graphs A. Add and subtract decimals through hundredths with and without regrouping 1. Make measurement using standard units of mass measure 2.1 Solve word problems involving either addition or subtraction of decimals including money 3. Make measurement using standard units of capacity measure e. Divides a whole number by a fraction. Add and subtract mixed decimals with regrouping 2.1 Solve word problems involving capacity measure following the steps in problem solving V.1. Graphs A.2 Make drawings/ diagrams to better understand the given problem 5. Convert standard units of mass measure to lower or higher units 3. title b.I II 2. Application of addition and subtraction of decimals 3. Comprehension of Addition and Subtraction of Decimals 1.1 Add mixed decimals with regrouping 2.2 Find the average of data presented in a line graph VI 4.

Comprehension of Ratio and Proportion 1.2.4 State the complete answer 3.3 Solve word problems involving division of fractions 4.2 Make drawings or diagrams to better understand the given problem 4.4.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 3.1 Reduces a ratio to lowest terms 1.2 Solve 1 to 2 step word problems involving addition and subtraction of decimals including money 3.1.1.the hidden question the operation to be used 3.2.5 Describe answer in a complete sentence with proper labels/units J.1. Forms ratio and proportion for groups of objects/numbers 1.what is asked . Application of Ratio and proportion 14 .1.1 Tell: .1.I II III IV 3. the word clue/s the operation to be used 3.3 Use the correct operation 3.1.3 Use the correct operation 3.1.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 3.2.2.1 Use correct order of operations 4.1 Tell what is asked what is/are given.2.what is/are given the word clues .4 Solve 2 to 3-step word problems involving all operations on fractions 4.1 Analyze the word problem 3.2 Find a missing term in a proportion 2.4 State the complete answer V VI 4.1 Use colon (:) and fractions in writing ratios and proportions 1. Application of Division of Fraction 4.1 Write an equation to solve a word problem 4.

2 Use fraction to represent division 1.3 Rename decimals and whole numbers to fractions from a given set of fractions 2.1 Find the percentage when the rate and base are given 15 . Order similar fractions written in different forms from least to greatest and vice-versa V VI 2. Gives the meaning of the elements used in solving percentage problems 1.2.3 Base 2. Comprehension of Percent 1.2.2.3 Describe answer in a complete sentence with proper labels/units K.2 Identify similar and dissimilar fractions from a given set of fractions 1.1.1 Percentage 1.1 Direct proportion 2. sets and number line 1.2.I II III IV C.1 Set up an equation or proportion to solve problems 3.1 Identify proper fraction/ improper fraction/mixed forms from a given set of fractions including those with denominators of 10 and 100 1. Application of Percent 3.2 Solve word problems with: 2.2 Ratio or Percent 1.3 Inverse proportion 2.2 Partitive proportion 2.1 Set up a proportion for a given situation 2. Determine the percentage rate and base in a given problem 3. Comprehension of Fractions 1.1 Identify fractions involving regions.2 Solve the three types of percentage problems 3. Visualize fractions including those with denominators of 10 and 100 1.1.

Rate of Discount . Order dissimilar fractions written in different forms from least to greatest and vice-versa 3.3 Compute common percentage mentally 3.4.4.Principal Rate .Selling Price 3.3 Add fractions and a whole number 1. Comprehension of Addition and Subtraction of Fraction 1.1 Percent of increase/decrease .2 Find the rate or percent when the % age and base are given 3.2 Commission .Tax .3 Subtract mentally similar fractions V VI 3. Add similar fractions and whole numbers without regrouping 1.Total Sales .Discounts .2 Change one (1) to fraction form and viceversa D.I II III IV 3. Tell the number of favorable outcomes/chances 16 .Total Income 3. Make simple predictions 2.1 Change improper fraction to mixed forms and vice-versa 3.4. Simple Probability 1.Original Price .1 Subtract similar fraction 2.Mark-up Price 3.2.3 Sales Tax .4 Add mentally similar fraction 2.2. Subtract similar fractions without regrouping 2.3 Find the base when the percentage or rate are given 3.4.Time L.Rate of Commission .2 Add similar fraction 1.4 Solve word problems involving finding the percentage/rate/base 3.4 Simple Interest .1 Visualize addition of similar fractions 1.2 Subtract a fraction from a whole number 2.Sale Price .Rate of Sales .

Comprehension of Fractions 1.triangles .1 Visualize multiplication of fraction 1. Compares integers 3. pyramid. Draw different spatial figures 1.1 Tell: . Tell the unit of measure used for measuring the surface area of solids 3. cube. Find the area formula of the following plane figures: .1 Solve word problems involving multiplication of fractions 3. 1.1 Analyze the word problem 3.2 Find a fractional part of a number 1.2 Describes the different spatial figures IV.parallelograms . sphere. Application of Multiplication 3.circles E. Measurement A.2 Solve word problems involving subtraction of similar fractions without regrouping V VI M. Comprehension of Surface Area 1.1 Solve word problems involving addition of similar fractions without regrouping 3. Multiply a fraction by another fraction 3.2.1 Visualize the different spatial figures. Multiply two fractions 1.1. Comprehension of Integers 1. Comprehension of Spatial Figures 1.1.1 Translate expressions such as: 1 of 2 .trapezoids . GEOMETRY A. cone. Order integers in increasing/decreasing order III. Tell the surface area of solids 2.1. IV Application of Addition and Subtraction of fractions 3. cylinder.I II III 3.what is 17 . etc. 2 2 3 of 1 6 3 2. rectangular prism. Visualize integers in their order on a number line 2.

2 Solve the word problems involving measurement of surface area 5.what is asked .2.cubes .I II III IV asked .1 Describe plane figures with 3 and 4 sides and corners square rectangle different types of triangles 1.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 5.cylinders 5.1 Tells: .3 Describe plane figures according to sides.3 Use the correct operation 3.3.prisms .2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 3.2.1 Analyze the word problem 5.1 Write an equation or formula to solve for the surface area of solids 5.2.2. Draw plane figures 1.4 State the complete answer III. Application of Measurement of Surface Area 5.the word clue/s the operation to be used 3.2. corners.2 b. Derive a formula for finding the surface area of: .the word clue/s the operation to be used 5.3 Use the correct operation 5.4 State the complete answer B. GEOMETRY Comprehension of Plane Figures and Angles 1. Draw different kinds of angles A.2 a.1 Identify the different kinds of plane figures 1. quadrilateral 1. Find the volume of a solid 18 . V VI 4.4 Construct plane figures using a ruler and compass 2.1.what is/are given .what is/are given . Identify the parts of a triangle 1. Comprehension of Volume 1. shapes and their functional use 1.

1 Solve word problems involving perimeter measures B.3 Use the correct operation 2.2 Name different kinds of angles such as right angle.1 Analyze the word problem 2. Comprehension of Area 1.3 Classify angles as right.1.the word clue/s .1 Identify parts of an angle 2. Find the area of polygons in square metre/centimetre a.1 Tell the unit of measure used for measuring the volume of solids.3 Derive a formula for finding the volume of solids like: . Application of Measurement of Volume 2.prism .1 triangle 1. rectangular prisms 1. triangle b.the operation to be used 2.cylinders .1.2 Transform the word problems into a number sentence 2.1 Write an equation or formula to solve for the volume of solid 2. Application of Perimeter 3.1 Visualize the different kinds of angles as acute.2.I II III IV 2.cones 2.1. acute or obtuse 2.2 Solve word problems involving measurement of volume 2. MEASUREMENT A.pyramid .what is asked .1. right obtuse 2.4 State the complete answer 19 .3 pentagon etc 2.what is/are given . Comprehension of Perimeter 1.1 Tell: .2 quadrilateral 1.1. Find the perimeter of polygons 1. Derive a formula for finding the perimeter of polygons 3.1. acute angle and obtuse angle 2. parallelogram V VI 1.2 Convert one cubic unit of measure to a larger or smaller unit 1.4 Identify congruent angles IV.

3.marbles Compare among the non-standard units of measuring volume in terms of consistency and accuracy Approximate measurement of volume V VI C.2 Tell the unit of square measures used for measuring the area of a triangle/ parallelogram 1. Comprehension of Meter Reading 1.cubes .2 water meter V.1 Tell the unit of measure used for measuring the area of triangles and parallelograms 1. Graphs A. Read and interpret data presented in a circle graph 2.1 electric meter 1.I II III IV 1.3 Derive a formula for finding the area of a: 1. 20 . Read and interpret readings from: 1.3. 3. Comprehension of Volume 1.2 Parallelogram C.2 Find the average of data presented in a circle graph 2.1 Triangle 1. Comprehension of Circle Graph 1. Construct a circle graph 2. Make measurement using non-standard units: .1 Organize data presented in a circle graph 2.

1 Organize data presented in a bar graph 2. labels 1.2 Find the average of data presented in a bar graph V VI 21 . legend c. Read and interpret data presented in a bar graph 1.2 Interpret bar graphs 2. IV Comprehension of Bar Graph 1. title b.I II III IV. Graphs A. Construct bar graphs 2.1 Read the following parts of a bar graph a.

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