Read and Write Numbers: Students will use numeric digits and words to read and write numbers up to the hundred billions. 
Tens, Hundreds, Thousands, and More 

5302 

Create a Number! 

5303 

Writing Numbers Way Up There! 

5400 

How Much Is That? 

5403 

Numbers in Expanded Form: Students will write numbers in expanded form. 
Writing Numbers in Expanded Form 

5325 

Big Numbers! 

5326 

Round to 10s and 100s: Students will round to the nearest ten and the nearest hundred. 
Rounding Numbers Up and Down 

5402 

Up or Down? 

5405 

Greatest Common Factor: Students will determine the greatest common factor of given numbers. 
Determining the Greatest Common Factor 

5329 

Shortcuts to Finding the Greatest Common Factor 

5330 

Prime Numbers: Students will identify prime numbers less than 50. 
Building Blocks of Numbers 

5333 

Identifying Prime Numbers to 50 

5334 

Least Common Multiple: Students will determine the least common multiple of given numbers. 
Finding the Lowest Common Multiple 

5331 

Least Common Multiples 

5332 

Properties: Students will describe and apply the commutative, associative and distributive properties for multiplication. (Different notations of multiplication.) 
A Puzzling Problem 

56182 

Commutative, Associative, and Distributive Properties 

5319 

Important Properties Revisited 

5320 

Mental Computation Strategies: Students will demonstrate mental computation strategies for multiplication. 
Mental Arithmetic for Multiplication and Division 

5321 

Do It in Your Head 

5322 

Estimate Products: Students will estimate products of whole numbers. 
Estimate Products and Quotients 

5323 

Estimating Products of Whole Numbers 

5324 

Fourdigit Multiplication: Students will multiply using fourdigit numbers. 
Multiply Using Partial Products 

5327 

Skills and Strategies: Students will analyze and solve problems using multiplication skills and strategies. 
Using Multiplication Skills and Strategies 

5335 

Analyze and Solve Problems Using Multiplication 

5336 

Opposite Operations: Students will show multiplication and division as opposite operations. 
Opposites Attract 

5394 

Opposite Operations 

5395 

Dividend, Divisor and Quotient: Students will explain the terms dividend, divisor and quotient and what it means for one number to be divisible by another number. 
What is Division? 

5389 

Division Basics 

5393 

Properties of Division: Students will explain rules of division. Students will learn that they cannot divide by 0. Students will learn that any number divided by 1 equals that number. 
The Banking Solution 

56286 

Fourdigit Dividends: Students will divide dividends up to four digits by onedigit, twodigit and threedigit divisors. 
Tackling Division 

5390 

Basic Division 

5391 

Division Check: Students will check division by multiplying and adding remainder. 
Understanding Division and Rounding 

5328 

Division by Multiplying and Adding the Remainder 

5351 

Check Division by Multiplying and Adding the Remainder 

5352 

Comparing Fractions: Students will use the signs <, > and = to compare fractions with like and unlike denominators. 
The Material Girl 

56288 

Comparing Fractions by Finding the Least Common Denominator 

5355 

Comparing Fractions 

5356 

Equivalent Fractions: Students will find equivalent fractions and write fractions in simplest form. 
Creating Equivalent Fractions 

5359 

Equivalent Fractions Review 

5360 

Identify the Reciprocal: Students will identify the reciprocal of a given fraction and know that the product of a given number and its reciprocal = 1. 
Reciprocals 

5361 

Reciprocal Review 

5362 

Add and Subtract Fractions: Students will Add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators, with and without regrouping and express answers in simplest form. 
The Sum of All Fractions 

56290 

Adding and Subtracting Fractions 

5363 

Adding and Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers 

5364 

Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers: Students will add mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators, with and without regrouping and express answers in simplest form. 
A Whole Lotta Pie 

56291 

Multiply Mixed Numbers: Students will multiply mixed numbers and fractions. 
Multiply Mixed Numbers and Fractions 

5367 

Mixed Number Review 

5368 

Round Fractions: Students will round fractions to the nearest whole number. 
Rounding Fractions to the Nearest Whole Number 

5369 

Rounding Strategies 

5370 

Fractions and Decimals: Students will write fractions as decimals. 
Writing Fractions as Decimals 

5371 

How to Write Fractions as Decimals 

5372 

Read and Write Decimals: Students will read, write and order decimals to the nearest tenthousandth. 
Tenths, Hundredths, Thousandths, TenThousandths 

5380 

Decimal Numbers 

5385 

Decimals on the Number Line: Students will read and write decimals on a number line. 
What's Up, Doc? 

56293 

Comparing Numbers: Students will use <, > and = to compare decimals through thousandths. Students will order decimals through thousands. 
Making Comparisons 

5401 

A Gator to the Rescue! 

5404 

Round Decimals: Students will round decimals to the nearest tenth, hundredth and thousandth. 
Why Rounding? 

5381 

Rounding Decimals 

5386 

Estimate Decimals: Students will estimate decimal sums, differences and products by rounding. 
Take a Guess! 

5382 

Estimating Decimals 

5387 

Estimate Sums and Differences: Students will estimate sums and differences for whole numbers and decimals. 
Estimating Makes Life Easier 

5304 

Estimating and Guesstimating! 

5406 

Multiply and Divide by 10: Students will multiply and divide decimals by 10, 100 and 1000. Students will move the decimal point. 
Move It On Over 

56296 

Multiplying Decimals 

5383 

Decimal Multiplication 

5388 

Divide Decimals: Students will divide decimals by whole numbers and other decimals. 
Dividing Decimals 

5384 

Simple Ratios: Students will determine and express simple ratios. 
Determine Simple Ratios 

5453 

Determining Equivalent Ratios 

5454 

Speed as a Ratio: Students will use the formula S = D/T (or D = S x T) to solve problems about speed as a ratio. 
Using the Formulas D = S x T and S = D/T 

5460 

Determining Distance, Time, and Speed 

5459 

Fractions, Decimals, and Percents: Students will recognize the percent sign and understand percent as per hundred. Students will express equivalences between fractions, decimals, and percentages and know common equivalencies. 
Percent, Fraction, and Decimal 

5461 

Using Percents, Decimals, and Fractions 

5462 

Find a Percent: Students will find a given percent of a number. 
Percent of a Number 

5465 

Algebraic Expressions: Students will write algebraic expressions from phrases or word problems and substitute given values for variable to find value of expression. 
A Delicious Dish 

56315 

Solve Equations with Addition and Subtraction: Students will solve onestep algebraic equations using addition or subtraction. (x – 5 = 11) 
Scrumptious Cakes 

56316 

Solve Equations with Multiplication and Division: Students will solve onestep algebraic equations using multiplication or division. (5x = 15) 
Applelicious 

56317 

Quest Mamma Mia's Bakery 

56376 

Point, Line, Segment and Ray: Students will identify and draw points, segments, rays and lines. 
Geometry Basics 

5413 

Identify Types of Lines: Students will identify and draw horizontal, vertical, perpendicular, parallel and intersecting lines. 
Line Geometry 

5414 

All about Lines 

5420 

Draw a Circle: Students will use a compass, draw circles with a given diameter or radius. 
Learning About and Creating Circles 

5421 

All about Circles! 

5422 

Angles: Students will use a protractor to measure the degrees in right, acute, obtuse and straight angles. 
What's Your Angle? 

5423 

Measuring Angles 

5430 

Construct Triangles: Students will identify and construct with compass and straight edge, equilateral, right and isosceles triangles. 
Triangle Basics 

5424 

All about Triangles 

5431 

Triangles: Students will classify triangles as equilateral, right or isosceles and will apply properties of triangles to find missing side length or angle. 
Pennant Parade 

56264 

Polygons: Students will classify quadrilaterals as parallelograms, trapezoids, rhombi, rectangles and squares. 
Polygon Basics 

5301 

Polygons 

5425 

Quadrilateral 

5305 

Is It a Square? 

5426 

Regular Polygons: Students will know that regular polygons have sides of equal length and angles of equal measure. 
Follow the Signs 

56278 

Regular vs. Irregular Polygons 

56001 

Interior Angle Sum Theorem: Students will use triangles and quadrilaterals to draw conclusions about the sum of the interior angle measurements. Students will identify and draw diagonals of polygons. 
Rings of Fire 

56265 

Tiling the Kitchen 

56002 

Circles: Students will identify arc, chord, radius and diameters of circles. Students will calculate the radius or diameter of a circle. 
Round and Round You Go! 

5415 

Parts of a Circle 

5427 

Polyhedrons: Students will sort polyhedrons by their attributes. 
Quest Absconded Art 

56375 

Plotting Points: Students will plot points on a coordinate plane using ordered pairs of positive and negative whole numbers. 
Plotting Points 

5411 

Point Plotting 

5416 

Distance Between Lines: Students will identify the basic characteristics of the coordinate plane. Students will find the distance between a pair of horizontal or vertical lines on a coordinate grid. 
Parking Lot Predicament 

56269 

Translations: Students will transform a figure on a coordinate grid. (translation) 
Secret Transformations 

56270 

Distance and Directions: Students will use fixed and relative directions to find the coordinates of a point. 
Carnival Coordinates 

56271 

Transformations: Students will apply multiple transformations to a plane figure, predict the result and identify the image of a plane figure as the result of a multiple transformation. (Include 90 degree and 180 degree rotations) 
One Weird Gallery 

56004 

Use Ratios to Create Drawings: Students will use ratio to create a simple scale drawing. 
Simple Scale Drawing 

5457 

Elapsed Time: Students will solve problems about elapsed time. 
Problems with Elapsed Time 

5435 

Solving Elapsed Time Problems 

5436 

Linear in Standard English: Students will estimate and make linear measurements in yards and in feet and inches (to 1/16 in.) 
Common Measures of Lengths 

5437 

How Long? How Far? 

5438 

Metric System  Linear: Students will estimate and make linear measurements in meters, centimeters and millimeters. 
All Wired Up 

56306 

Weight in Standard English: Students will estimate and measure weight in pounds and ounces. 
Weights and Measures 

5441 

Problems Using Weights and Measures 

5442 

Weight in Metric Units: Students will estimate and measure weight in grams and kilograms. 
Grams, Kilograms, and More 

5443 

Estimating Weight 

5444 

Volume in Standard English: Students will estimate and measure liquid capacity in teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, pints, quarts and gallons. 
Measuring Liquid Capacity 

5445 

Teaspoons and Tablespoons 

5446 

Volume in Metric Units: Students will estimate and measure liquid capacity in milliliters and liters. 
The Metric System for Liquid Capacity 

5447 

Measure Up 

5448 

Proportional Reasoning: Students will determine lengths, weights and capacities using proportional reasoning and indirect measurement. 
Just a Pinch 

56307 

Temperature in Degrees: Students will measure temperature using Celsius and Fahrenheit scales. 
Temperature Scales and Measurement Skills 

5449 

Understanding Temperature Scales 

5450 

Skills and Strategies: Students will analyze and solve problems using measurement skills and strategies. 
Service with a Smile 

56308 

Area of Rectangles: Students will use the formula for the area of a rectangle and solve problems involving finding area in a variety of square units. 
Luscious Lawns 

56309 

Finding the Area of a Rectangle 

5306 

Area of a Rectangle 

5428 

Area of Triangles: Students will use the formula A = (1/2)(bxh) to find the area of triangles. 
Set Sail 

56310 

Finding the Area of a Triangle 

5307 

The Area of a Triangle 

5429 

Area of a Parallelogram: Students will use the formula A = b x h to find the area of a parallelogram. 
Finding the Area of a Parallelogram 

5308 

Area of a Parallelogram 

5432 

Volume of Rectangular Prisms: Students will use the formula V = L x W x H to compute the volume of rectangular prisms in cubic units. 
Volume and Rectangular Prisms 

5309 

The Volume of a Rectangular Prism 

5433 

Skills and Strategies: Students will analyze and solve problems using measurement skills and strategies. 
Dependable Designs 

56311 

Collecting Reliable Data: The student will identify methods to generate reliable data. (Samples, populations, random samples) 
Poll Predictions 

56276 

Data in Graphic Form: Students will collect and organize data in graphic form. 
Learning How to Graph 

5409 

All about Graphs 

5417 

Graph It! 

5410 

Scatter Plots: Students will create and interpret scatter plots. 
Healthy Trends 

56313 

Find the Average (mean): Students will find the average (mean) of a given set of numbers. 
Above Average! 

5407 

Finding the Average 

5408 

Interpret Graphs: Students will solve problems requiring interpretation and application of graphically displayed data. 
Making Sense of Graphs 

5412 

Reading and Understanding Graphs 

5418 

Compare Probabilities: Students will compare probabilities of separate events. 
Got a Winner 

56268 

Probability of Events: Students will use ratios to find the probability of events. 
Probability and Ratio 

56036 

Pertinent and Irrelevant Info: Students will identify pertinent and irrelevant information when solving problems. 
Get a Clue 

56318 

Valid and Invalid Arguments: Students will understand valid and invalid arguments. 
It's Debatable 

56319 

Solve Logic Problems: Students will solve logic problems. 
Focus on the Problem 

56320 
