# Unit 5.1 Number and Operations Numbers can be expressed in many different ways to help us solve problems.

Unit 5.1 - Number and Operations
Numbers can be expressed in many different ways to help us solve problems.

Multiplication facts: 2, 5, and 10 How do I compare the values of whole numbers?

How do I add and subtract one-digit numbers?

How do I read and write whole numbers?

5.1.4 - Identify missing information and/or too much information in contextual problems.

5.2.1 - Read and write whole numbers from millions (to millionths) in various contexts.

5.2.9 - Compare whole numbers, (decimals and fractions) using the symbols <, >, and =.

Unit 5.1 Number and Operations Numbers can be expressed in many different ways to help us solve problems.

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Daily Learning Objectives and Codes
Week Day

KIPPsters will be able to
5.1.1- Identify patterns involving the addition and subtraction of single digit numbers.

State Performance Indicators

Topical Essential Questions

Vocabulary and Reference
Arrays

Assessment Evidence

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5.1.2- Identify patterns involved in counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s on a 100s chart. 5.1.3- Know the multiples of two up to 24 as the number of times it is repeatedly added. 5.1.4- Define and identify the parts of an addition and subtraction fact. Diagnostic Assessment

How do I add and subtract one-digit numbers?

Number Line 100s Chart Place Value Chart Addends , sum (total) Subtrahend, Minuend, Difference Multiple Fact Family Commutative Property for addition Inverse Operation UPSC (Understand, Plan, Solve, Check) Diagnostic Assessment Daily Reinforcement (2 minutes timed): Single digit addition and subtraction facts.

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5.1.5- Create an addition/subtraction fact family. 5.1.6- Solve a combining word problem by determining the relevant information given. 5.1.7- Check the answer to single digit addition and subtraction problems using the inverse operation. 5.1.8- Solve a separating word problem by determining the relevant information given.

5.1.4 Identify missing information and/or too much information in contextual problems.

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Unit 5.1 Number and Operations Numbers can be expressed in many different ways to help us solve problems.

Month

Daily Learning Objectives
Week Day

KIPPsters will be able to
5.1.9- Know the multiples of ten up to 120 as the number of times it is repeatedly added. 5.1.10- Identify the place value of a digit in a number, up to the thousands place. 5.1.11- Know the multiples of five up to 60 as the number of times it is repeatedly added. 5.1.12- Read and write a number using place value, up to the thousands place. 5.1.13- Identify the place value of a digit in a number, up to the millions place. 5.1.14- Read and write a number using place value, up to the millions place. 5.1.15- Convert a whole number in standard notation to expanded notation. 5.1.16- Compare whole numbers using the proper equivalency symbols. 5.1.16- Compare whole numbers using the proper equivalency symbols.

State Performance Indicators
5.2.1 Read and write whole numbers from millions (to millionths) in various contexts.

Topical Essential Questions

Vocabulary and Reference

Assessment Evidence
Daily Reinforcement (2 minutes timed): Single digit addition and subtraction facts.

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How do I read and write whole numbers?

Place Value y y y y y y y Ones Tens Hundreds Thousands Ten-thousands Hundredthousands Millions

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Place Name Standard Notation

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Expanded Notation 5.2.9 Compare whole numbers, (decimals and fractions) using the symbols <, >, and =. How do I compare the values of whole numbers?

Comparison Symbols , , , =, <, > Quiz: Addition, Subtraction, and Place Value

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