**Unit 6: Data Analysis**

"I Can" Statements

**Vocabulary:**frequency plot, dot plot, categorical data, scaled intervals, pictographs, bar graphs

- I can summarize a data set in a frequency table.
- I can summarize a data set in a dot plot.
- I can summarize a data set in a pictograph.
- I can summarize a data set in a bar graph.
- I can solve one-and two-step problems using data in various displays.

**Unit 5: Geometry & Measurement**

"I Can" Statements

**Vocabulary:**perpendicular, parallel, angle, right angle, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, congruent, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, polygon, vertex, edge, face, cone, cylinder, sphere, triangular prism, rectangular prism, cube, elapsed time, time intervals, measurement, liquid volume, cup, pint, quart, gallon, liter, milliliter, capacity, weight, pound, ounce, gram, kilogram, pan balance, scale

- I can classify two-dimensional figures by their attributes.
- I can sort two-dimensional figures by their attributes.
- I can use attributes to recognize specific quadrilaterals (rhombuses, parallelograms, trapezoids, rectangles, and squares).
- I can draw examples of quadrilaterals that do not belong in any subcategory.
- I can classify three-dimensional figures by their attributes.
- I can sort three-dimensional figures by their attributes.
- I can solve problems with time in various ways.
- I can determine when to use capacity or weight.
- I can determine capacity or weight using tools and units.

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**Unit 4: Multiplication & Division**

Vocabulary: multiply, divide, factor, product, array, equal groups, quotient, inverse operations, square unit, area, strip diagram, area model, standard algorithm, partial products, properties of operations, associative, commutative, distributive, table, relationship, pattern, equation, additive relationship, multiplicative relationship

“I Can” Statements- I can determine the total number of objects in equally‐sized groups (up to 10 x 10).
- I can determine the total number of objects in arrays (up to 10 x 10).
- I can represent multiplication facts in a variety of ways (repeated addition, equal‐sized groups, arrays, area model, jumps on a number line, and skip counting).
- I can find the area of rectangles (number of rows x number of unit squares in a row).
- I can decompose composite rectangles into smaller rectangles to find the area of the whole shape.
- I can decompose each of two congruent figures into parts with equal areas.
- I can partition into equal shares and find how many groups are made.
- I can share equally and find how many each group will have.
- I can find a quotient using the multiplication and division relationship.
- I can explain if a number is even or odd (based on the divisibility rule).
- I can find the unknown number in a multiplication or division equation (either a missing factor or product).
- I can recall facts to multiply up to 10 x 10 (with automaticity).
- I can use my multiplication facts to recall my division facts.
- I can use strategies and algorithms to multiply a two-digit number by one-digit number (mental math, partial products, and the commutative, associative, and distributive properties).
- I can describe multiplication expression as a comparison.
- I can solve multi-step multiplication problems in a variety of ways (within products of 100 and using objects, pictorial models, arrays, area models, and equal groups, properties, or recall facts).
- I can solve multi-step division problems in a variety of ways (within dividends of 100 and using objects, pictorial models, arrays, area models, and equal groups, properties, or recall facts).
- I can find the unknown number in a multiplication or division equation (either a missing factor or product).
- I can represent and solve multi-step multiplication and division problems with algebraic reasoning (within 100 and using arrays, strip diagrams, and equations).
- I can describe patterns in a table using a verbal description (both additive and multiplicative patterns using mathematical written language).
- I can find the unknown number in a multiplication or division equation (either a missing factor or product).

We will be using strategies that can be found at the website below to help us internalize our multiplication facts. It is a book written by Greg Tang called "The Best of Times".

**Unit 3: Addition and Subtraction**

**Vocabulary:**compatible numbers, commutative property, associative property, regroup, trade, sum, difference, compare, combine length, width, value, polygon, perimeter

“I Can” Statements

· I can round to estimate solutions.

· I can use compatible number to estimate solutions.

· I can represent one- and two-step problems to 1,000 (using pictorial models, number lines, and equations).

· I can solve with fluency one- and two-step problems within 1,000 (strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and the relationship between addition and subtraction).

· I can determine the value of a collection of coins and bills.

· I can determine the perimeter of a polygon.

· I can determine the missing length when given the perimeter and the remaining side lengths of a polygon.

· I can represent additive relationships using number pairs in a table.

· I can describe an additive pattern in a table using a verbal description (mathematical written language).

Subtraction example using: Pictorial, Place Value, & Number Line

Addition & Subtraction 2-step problem examples

Addition & Subtraction 2-step problem examples pt.2

Practice Using Strip Diagrams

Compatible Numbers

Addition & Subtraction 2-step problem examples

Addition & Subtraction 2-step problem examples pt.2

Practice Using Strip Diagrams

Compatible Numbers

**Unit 2 (pt. 2): Fractional Relationships**

Click Equal Shares to watch a video about partitioning fractions.

Click Unit Fractions to watch a video.

Click Fractions of a Whole to watch a video.

**Plotting basic fractions on the number line**:

**Unit 2 (pt. 1): Whole Number Relationships**

**Watch the video by clicking the link below to review rounding to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, and 10000 using a number line.**

**Go Math: Numbers on a Number Line Through 10,000**

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