Read and Write Numbers: Students will use numeric digits and words to read and write numbers including the trillions. Students will use the signs <, > and = to order and compare numbers including the trillions. 
More Than a Billion 

6632 

Comparing Large Numbers 

6633 

How to Compare Large Numbers 

6634 

Round Numbers: Students round to the nearest thousand, nearest ten thousand, nearest hundred thousand and nearest million. Students develop number sense, identify different ways of representing numbers, and visualize and represent numerical relationships. 
Rounding Large Numbers 

6635 

How to Round Large Numbers 

6636 

Divisibility Rules: Students will apply the divisibility rules of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10 to various numbers. (Divisibility, divide, division, number sense) 
Desolate 

67113 

Greatest Common Factor: Students will find the greatest common factor among 2 or more numbers. (Numeration, factor, GCF, greatest common factor, multiple) 
Homeward Bound 

67115 

Quest The Great Floral Display 

67156 

Powers of 10: Students will identify powers of 10 through the 6th power. 
Powers of 10 

6643 

Powers of Ten 

6644 

Scientific Notation: Students will write numbers in scientific notation and convert scientific notation to standard form. (Scientific notation, powers of ten, exponent, base, decimal) 
Expanded Form 

6645 

Using Expanded and Scientific Notation 

6646 

Compare Scientific Notation: Students will use the signs <, > and = to compare rational numbers in scientific notation. (Scientific notation, powers of ten, exponent, base, decimal, greater than, less than, equal, compare) 
Quest Science Notes 

67158 

Number Line: Students will identify and represent integers and rational numbers on a number line. (Number lines, integers, rational numbers, intervals, converting fractions, improper fractions, mixed numbers, terminating decimals, repeating decimals) 
Running Start 

67147 

Locating Positive and Negative Numbers 

6710 

Locating Integers on a Number Line 

6711 

Inequality Symbols: Students will use the symbols <, > and = to compare integers. (Comparing integers, inequalities, less than, greater than, number lines) 
Which Way? 

67148 

Comparing Positive and Negative Numbers 

6714 

Comparing Integers 

6715 

Absolute Value: Students will define absolute value and its opposite. (absolute value, opposites, integers, distance) 
Quest A Topographical Decision 

67157 

Skills & Strategies: Students will analyze and solve problems using numbersense skills and strategies. Students will develop number sense, identify different ways of representing numbers, and visualize and represent numerical relationships. 
Number Sense Review 

6647 

Using Your Math Skills 

6648 

Everyday Math: Students will identify mathematical concepts and apply them to everyday experiences. Students will develop number sense, identify different ways of representing numbers, and visualize and represent numerical relationships. 
Math in Everyday Life 

6649 

Math Is All around You 

6650 

Properties: Students will describe and apply the commutative, associative, and distributive properties. (Algebra, properties, Commutative, Associative, Distributive) 
By the Rules 

67122 

Properties and Operations 

6651 

Exponential Expressions: Students will evaluate exponential expressions and explore relationships of exponents and roots. (Exponent, base, power, index, square, root, square number, cubed number) 
Exponents 

6637 

Understanding Exponents 

6638 

Squares and Square Roots 

6639 

Square Rootabaga 

6640 

Order of Operations: Students will apply the order of operations including exponents and roots. (Orders of operations, PEMDAS, add, subtract, multiply, divide) 
Order Up 

67124 

Quest Code Breaker 

67194 

Add and Subtract Numbers: Students will add and subtract using fivedigit numbers including subtracting across zeros. Students will use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers in problemsolving situations. 
Adding and Subtracting Large Numbers 

6652 

Estimate Sums and Differences: Students will estimate sums and differences. Students will use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers in problemsolving situations. 
How to Estimate Sums and Differences 

6653 

Whole Numbers (x and ÷): Students will multiply and divide whole numbers. (Multiply, divide, remainder, factor, product, quotient, divisor, dividend, multiplication, division) 
Multiplication and Division of Large Numbers 

6654 

Multiplying and Dividing Large Numbers 

6655 

Estimate Products and Quotients: Students will estimate products and quotients using a variety of estimating techniques including frontend, compatible numbers and rounding. (Compatible numbers, frontend estimation, rounding, products, quotients, divide, multiplication, division, multip 
Estimate This 

67154 

Estimating Products and Quotients 

6656 

How to Estimate Products and Quotients 

6657 

Mental Math: Students will demonstrate mental computation strategies for multiplication and division by powers of 10. Students will use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers in problemsolving situations. 
Mental Math 

6658 

Working with Powers of 10 

6659 

Division and Decimal Remainders: Students will solve division problems by writing the remainders as a decimal. (Divide, division, decimal remainders, quotients, divisor, dividend) 
Get the Point 

67155 

Quest The Gala 

67195 

Use a Calculator: Students will use a calculator to add, subtract, multiply and divide up to fivedigit numbers. Students will use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers in problemsolving situations. 
Quick Solutions 

6662 

Finding the Answer Quickly 

6663 

Strategies to Add and Subtract: Students use a variety of problemsolving strategies to analyze and solve problems involving addition and subtraction. Students will use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers in problemsolving situations. 
ProblemSolving Strategies 

6660 

Solving Word Problems 

6661 

MultiStep Problem Solving 

6664 

Solving MultiStep Word Problems 

6665 

Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers: Students will convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions and add and subtract mixed numbers and fractions having like and unlike denominators with regrouping. (Fractions, add, subtract, mixed numbers, improper fractions, denominators, numerators 
Decipher the Code 

67119 

Quest A Bazaar Merchant 

67120 

Fraction Inequalities: Students will use the signs <, > and =, compare mixed numbers and fractions having like and unlike denominators. 
Which Fraction Is Greater? 

6666 

Comparing Fractions 

6667 

Add and Subtract Fractions: Students will add and subtract mixed numbers and fractions having like and unlike denominators. 
Adding and Subtracting Fractions 

6668 

How to Add and Subtract Fractions 

6669 

Multiply Mixed Numbers: Students will multiply mixed numbers by whole numbers and fractions. (Fractions, multiply, denominator, numerator, mixed numbers, improper fractions) 
Find the Path 

67150 

Multiplying Fractions 

6670 

How to Multiply Mixed Numbers and Fractions 

6671 

Divide Fractions: Students will divide whole numbers by fractions, fractions by fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers and fractions. (Fractions, divide, denominator, numerator, mixed numbers, improper fractions) 
Cave Entry 

67151 

Quest A Talented Camper 

67152 

Dividing Whole Numbers 

6672 

How to Divide Whole Numbers by Fractions 

6673 

Dividing Fractions 

6674 

Dividing Mixed Numbers by Fractions 

6675 

Read and Write Decimals: Students will read, write and order decimals to the nearest hundred thousandth. 
Understanding Decimals 

6676 

Reading, Writing, and Comparing Decimals 

6677 

Decimals in Expanded Form: Students will write decimals up to the hundred thousandths in expanded form. Students will demonstrate understanding of the mathematical concepts of fractions, decimals, ratios, and percentages. 
Expanding Decimals 

6678 

Writing Decimals in Expanded Form 

6679 

Calculating Decimals: Students will round decimals to the nearest hundredth, to the nearest thousandth and to the nearest ten thousandth, estimate decimal sums and differences through the nearest hundred thousandth and add and subtract decimals through the hundred thousandths. 
Rounding Decimals 

6680 

How to Round Decimals 

6681 

Estimating Decimal Sums and Differences 

6682 

How to Estimate Decimal Sums and Differences 

6683 

Adding and Subtracting Decimals 

6684 

Multiply Decimals: Students will multiply decimals and round decimals to the nearest hundredth, thousandth and ten thousandth. (Multiplying decimals, partial products, rounding decimals, estimation, place value) 
Multiplying Decimals 

6686 

How to Multiply Decimals 

6687 

Divide Decimals: Students will divide decimals by whole numbers and decimals by other decimals. (Dividing decimals, remainders, compatible numbers, powers of ten) 
Quest The Maharaja's Trade 

67181 

Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers 

6688 

How to Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers 

6689 

Dividing Decimals by Decimals 

6690 

How to Divide Decimals by Decimals 

6691 

Fractions and Decimals: Students will convert between fractions and decimals. (Converting fractions, place value, reducing fractions, numerator, denominator, decimal equivalence) 
Escape from the Cavern 

67187 

Solving MultiStep Problems Involving Fractions and Decimals 

6692 

Solving MultiStep Problems with Fractions and Decimals 

6693 

Repeating Decimals: Students will define and identify terminating and repeating decimals. (terminating decimals, quotient, repeating decimals) 
Quest A Miner Problem 

67189 

Convert between Numbers: Students will convert between fractions, decimals and percentages. 
The Chameleon 

67162 

Fractions, Decimals, Percents 

6694 

Finding Equivalent Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages 

6695 

Calculate the Percent: Students will calculate the percent of a number. (What is 25% of 100?) 
Just Managing 

67163 

Calculating the Given Percentage of a Number 

6696 

Finding the Given Percentage of a Number 

6697 

Use Percent to Find a Number: Students will find an unknown number when a percentage of the number is known. 
Finding an Unknown Number 

6698 

What's the Number? 

6699 

Percents Greater than 100: Students will solve problems involving percentages greater than 100. (match with diagrams) 
More than One Hundred Percent 

6702 

Percents Greater than 100% 

6703 

Percent Increase and Decrease: Students will solve problems involving percent increase and decrease such as sales tax and discounts. 
Calculating a Percentage Increase and Decrease 

6700 

Finding a Percentage Increase or Decrease 

6701 

Simple Interest: Students will solve problems using simple interest. 
Quest The Bargain 

67191 

Compare Variables and Ratios: Students will compare two values or variables as ratios, using appropriate notations such as a/b, a to b and a:b. 
Writing Ratios 

6704 

Proportions: Students will solve proportions including problems involving proportions with one unknown through cross products. 
Proportion 

6706 

Understanding Proportions 

6707 

Rates: Students will solve problems involving rates. 
Quest The Traveler 

67196 

Skills and Strategies: Students will analyze and solve word problems using fraction, decimal, ratio and percentage skills and strategies. 
Fractions, Decimals, Ratios, and Percents 

6708 

LessonPlan Title for 2 

6709 

Identify Pattern Rules: Students will identify and apply pattern rules using diagrams, charts, lists and tables. Students will identify and extend figurate number patterns. (triangular, square, etc.) 
Searching for Patterns 

6801 

Identifying and Extending Patterns 

6802 

Function Rules: Students will express function rules using algebraic symbols. (e.g. add 2 expressed as n + 2) 
The Function Junction 

67201 

Functions 

6803 

Functional Outcomes 

6804 

Function Tables: Students will identify functional relationships and complete function tables. Students will identify algebraically the rule used to generate a group of ordered pairs. 
Quest Galactic Heights 

67207 

Understanding Functions 

6805 

Using Patterns and Functions: Students will solve problems and model realworld situations using patterns and functions. 
Representing RealLife Situations with Patterns & Functions 

6806 

Making a Prediction 

6807 

Add and Subtract Integers: Students will add and subtract integers and define the Additive Inverse, Identity Element of Addition and the Equality Property. 
Adding and Subtracting Integers 

6716 

How to Add and Subtract Integers 

6717 

Multiply and Divide Integers: Students will multiply and divide integers and define the multiplicative inverse, zero property, identity element of multiplication and the equality property. 
Be Positive 

67204 

Integers Everyday: Students use integers in reallife situations. 
Using Integers in Everyday Situations 

6718 

Integers at Work 

6719 

Simplify Expressions: Students will simplify algebraic expressions. 
Simply Banking 

67205 

Quest Password Protected 

67211 

Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities 

6809 

Mathematical Sentences 

6810 

Solve OneStep Equations: Students will solve onestep algebraic equations with a variable and express the solution on a number line. 
The Balancing Act 

67212 

Solve TwoStep Equations: Students will solve twostep algebraic equations with a variable and express the solution on a number line. 
The Substitute 

67213 

A Balancing Act 

6811 

Modeling Equations 

6812 

Simple Linear Word Problems: Students will write and solve simple linear equations for word problems and explain reasoning orally or in writing. 
Writing Equations 

6813 

Solving Word Problems by Writing Equations 

6814 

Inequalities: Students will solve algebraic inequalities with a variable. Students will graph the solution set of an algebraic inequality on a number line. 
Treasure Hunting 

67214 

Quest Discovery Island 

67215 

PointsSegmentsRaysLines: Students will identify and draw points, line segments, angles, rays, planes, parts of a circle and horizontal, vertical, perpendicular, parallel and intersecting lines. 
The Maze 

67257 

Attributes of Polygons 

66948 

Geometry Basics 

6720 

Geometric Concepts 

6721 

Geometric Shapes: Students will classify, describe and compare twodimensional geometric figures. Students will define and identify attributes of threedimensional figures. 
The Tourist 

67159 

TwoDimensional Geometric Figures 

6722 

Classifying TwoDimensional Figures 

6723 

ThreeDimensional Geometric Figures 

6728 

Exploring ThreeDimensional Figures 

6729 

Construct Parallelograms: Students will use a ruler and compass to construct parallelograms. 
Constructing Parallelograms 

6730 

How to Construct Parallelograms 

6731 

Circles: Students will investigate and determine the relationship between the diameter and circumference of a circle and the value of pi. 
Quest Points on a Circle 

67161 

Angle Measures: Students will use a protractor to measure and classify acute, right, obtuse and straight angles. 
Fun with Angles 

6734 

Measuring Angles 

6735 

Congruent Angles 

6736 

Creating Congruent Angles 

6737 

Bisectors: Students will define and identify altitudes, midpoints, diagonals, angle bisectors and perpendicular bisectors. 
A Key in the Kelp 

67217 

Constructing Perpendicular Bisectors 

6732 

How to Construct Perpendicular Bisectors 

6733 

Bisecting Angles 

6738 

How to Bisect an Angle 

6739 

Angle Relationships: Students will define and identify adjacent, vertical, interior, exterior, complementary and supplementary angles. Students will define and identify alternate interior, alternate exterior, corresponding and vertical angles. 
Quest Angling for Treasure 

67219 

Construct Triangles: Students will use a compass and straightedge to construct equilateral, right and isosceles triangles. 
Constructing Triangles 

6740 

How to Construct Triangles 

6741 

Properties of Triangles: Students will find the measure of the third angle of triangles when given the measure of two angles. 
What's the Measure? 

6742 

Measuring Angles in Triangles 

6743 

Similar Triangles: Students will use proportions to find the length of a missing side when given the length of two sides of similar triangles. 
Proportions and Triangles 

6744 

Similar Triangles 

6745 

Plotting Points: Students will plot points on a four quadrant coordinate plane by determining and using ordered pairs of positive and negative whole numbers. 
Ordered Pairs 

6724 

Plotting Points 

6725 

Transformations: Students will locate, give the coordinates of and graph plane figures which are the results of translations or reflections in the first quadrant. 
Beautiful Transformations 

67256 

Symmetry: Students will explore line and rotational symmetry of objects using transformations. 
Genuine Exhibit 

67250 

Cross Sections: Students will identify and classify cross sections of threedimensional figures. 
Cutting Corners 

67236 

Geometric Models: Students will use geometric models to solve problems using twodimensional attributes of threedimensional figures. 
A Model Officer 

67238 

Distances on Maps: Students will use proportional reasoning to determine distances on a map. 
How Far Is It? 

6795 

In Proportion 

6796 

Geometry Everyday: Students will identify and use geometric concepts in areas other than mathematics such as science, architecture, art and everyday life. 
Geometry All Around You 

6758 

Units of Time: Students will identify varied units of time including seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, decades, centuries and millenniums. Students will relate time by using fractions of an hour or a year. 
Keeping Time 

67197 

Parts of an Hour 

6791 

Minute by Minute 

6792 

Elapsed Time: Students will use schedules, calendars and elapsed time to solve realworld problems. Students will interpret and create time schedules. Students will solve problems involving time zones. 
Time Flies 

67198 

Elapsed Time 

6793 

As Time Goes By 

6794 

Rates: Students solve problems involving rates, average speed, distance and time. 
Overrated 

67199 

Quest Perfect Timing 

67206 

Estimate Measurements: Students will estimate the length, weight/mass and capacity/volume of an object and compare the estimate with an actual measurement. 
How to Estimate Measurements 

6785 

Estimating Measurement 

6786 

Indirect Customary Measurement: Students will determine lengths, weights and capacities using proportional reasoning and indirect measurement. 
Quest A Space Race 

67180 

Converting Metric Units: Students will choose the proper tool/unit for measurement and convert between units in the metric system. 
Converting Units of Measurement 

6787 

Converting Measurements 

6788 

Indirect Metric Measurement: Students will determine length, mass and capacity using proportional reasoning and indirect measurement. 
Quest A Camp Celebration 

67179 

Add and Subtract Common Units: Students will use common units of measurement when solving problems involving addition and subtraction of different units. 
Solving Measurement Problems 

6789 

Solving Problems through Conversion 

6790 

Problems Involving Measurement: Students will select and use appropriate units, tools and formulas to solve problems involving length, area, time, temperature, capacity and weight. 
Using Measurement Skills 

6799 

Applying Measurement Skills 

6800 

Comparing Units: Students will make comparisons with measurements in metric and customary units. Students determine the best unit for measurement. 
Fish Tales 

67184 

Converting Between Systems: Students will convert units from one system to another. 
Coded Conversions 

67185 

Indirect Measurement: Students will determine missing units using proportional reasoning and indirect measurement. 
Proportionally Plotted 

67186 

Quest Custom Conversions 

67193 

Relate Scale to Ratio: Students will make scale drawings using centimeter grids to relate scale to ratio. 
Scale Drawings 

6797 

Drawing to Scale 

6798 

Perimeter and Area Formulas: Students will use formulas to calculate the perimeter and area of triangles and parallelograms. (breaking polygons into components) 
The Great Wall 

67209 

Area and Perimeter of Parallelograms 

6746 

Finding the Perimeter and Area of a Parallelogram 

6747 

Triangle Area and Perimeter: Students will use the formulas A = (1/2)bh and P = s1 + s2 + s3 to find the area and perimeter of triangles. 
Area and Perimeter of Triangles 

6748 

Finding the Perimeter and Area of a Triangle 

6749 

Comparing Perimeter and Area: Students will compare perimeter and area and understand that two figures can have the same measures on one attribute but not on another. 
Sew Silky 

67210 

Quest Great Gardens 

67220 

Circumference and Area: Students will use formulas to calculate the area and circumference of circles. 
Area and Circumference of Circles 

6750 

LessonPlan Title for 2 

6751 

Rectangle Prism Volume: Students will use the formula volume = area of base x height (V = A x h) to find the volume of rectangular prisms. 
Volume of Rectangular Prisms 

6752 

Find the Volume 

6753 

Use a Calculator: Students will use a calculator to find the area of triangles and parallelograms, the volume of rectangular prisms and the circumference of circles. 
Geometry in a Flash 

6754 

Carefully Calculate 

6755 

Collecting and Organizing Data: Students will identify steps involved with conducting a survey to generate accurate data. Students will record and organize data in a clear and concise manner using tally tables and frequency tables. 
Getting Organized 

6762 

Presenting Data 

6763 

Summarize Data: Students will summarize data by determining the range, outliers and measures of central tendency (mean, mode, median) based on given data. 
Mean, Median, Mode, Range 

6760 

Describing Data 

6761 

Dealing with Data 

6764 

Reporting Data 

6765 

Graphs that Compare: Students will create and interpret graphs that compare including bar graphs, histograms and circle graphs based on given data. 
Now That's a Display 

67230 

Quest Without a Drought 

67231 

Organizing Population Data: Students will use a variety of sources to collect, organize and display data about local, state, national and world populations. 
Count Your World 

6766 

The Population Files 

6768 

Data in Tables and Graphs: Students will solve problems requiring interpretation and application of data organized in tables and graphs. 
Data in Tables and Graphs 

6769 

Interpreting Visual Data 

6770 

Events and Complements: Students will calculate the probability of an event and its complement. (odds for and against, in proportions and percentages) 
What Are the Odds? 

6777 

Finding Probability 

6778 

Probability: Students will analyze and solve problems using ratio, percentage and probability skills and strategies. Students will explore the terms fair and equally likely in game events. 
Quest State Fair Game 

67170 

Play Fair 

6781 

Games and Probability 

6782 

Ratios: Students will determine and express ratios in a variety of ways and find and use equivalent ratios and express them as decimals and percentages. 
Ratios 

6771 

Ratio AllStars 

6772 

Ratios, Decimals, and Percentages 

6772 

Comparing Ratios, Decimals, and Percentages 

6774 
