# 5th Grade Math Lesson Plans

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### Math Lesson Plan – 5th Grade Curriculum

Total Activities: 359

#### Lesson 1: Roman and Greek Numerals – 2 Activities

Students will use Roman and Greek numerals.

#### Lesson 2: Read and Write Whole Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will use numeric digits and words to read and write numbers up to the hundred billions.

#### Lesson 3: Expanding Whole Numbers up to Billions – 2 Activities

Students will show numbers in standard and expanded form up to the billions place.

#### Lesson 4: Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will compare and order numbers using place value chart and number lines.

#### Lesson 5: Round Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will round numbers up to one billion and use concept of rounding to solve real-world problems.

#### Lesson 6: Estimate Sums and Differences – 2 Activities

Students will use estimation strategies to solve real-world problems in which they will find the sum and the difference.

#### Lesson 7: Evaluating for Reasonableness – 2 Activities

Students will estimate and evaluate items for reasonableness and determine the reasonableness of given answers.

#### Lesson 1: Addition and Subtraction – 2 Activities

Students will add and subtract whole numbers.

#### Lesson 2: Theory of Multiplication – 2 Activities

Students will multiply whole numbers.

#### Lesson 3: Multiplying up to 3-digit by 2-digit – 2 Activities

Students will solve multiplication problems that involve two-digit by two-digit multiplication as well as three-digit by two-digit multiplication.

#### Lesson 4: Problem Solving with Multiplication – 2 Activities

Students will solve real-world problem involving estimation with two-by-two digit multiplication as well as three-digit by two-digit multiplication.

#### Lesson 5: Determining Greatest Common Factor – 2 Activities

Students will determine the greatest common factor of given numbers.

#### Lesson 6: Determining Least Common Multiple – 2 Activities

Determine the least common multiple of given numbers.

#### Lesson 7: Exponents – 2 Activities

Students will use exponents to solve problem.

#### Lesson 8: Powers of 10 – 3 Activities

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

#### Lesson 9: Exploring Exponents as Repeated Multiplication – 2 Activities

Students will explore exponents as repeated multiplication.

#### Lesson 10: Division – 4 Activities

Students will divide to solve problems.

#### Lesson 11: Estimating Quotients – 2 Activities

Students will use compatible numbers to estimate quotients.

#### Lesson 12: Divisibilty Rules – 2 Activities

Students will apply the divisibility rules of 2, 3, 5, 9, and 10 to various numbers.

#### Lesson 13: Applying Division: Interpreting Remainders – 2 Activities

Students will interpret remainders and apply the concepts in order to identify what remainders signify.

#### Lesson 14: Order of Operations – 2 Activities

Students will use order of operations to solve problems.

#### Lesson 15: Identifying Prime and Composite Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will define and identify prime and composite numbers up to 50. Students will find the prime factorization of numbers up to 50.

#### Lesson 16: Prime Factorization – 2 Activities

Students will write factors of numbers using prime numbers only and prime factorization.

#### Lesson 17: Problem Solving – 2 Activities

Students will solve real-life problems.

#### Lesson 1: Read and Write to Thousandths – 2 Activities

Students will read and write numbers to the thousandths in written and standard form and show equivalencies between the two.

#### Lesson 2: Decimals on Number Lines – 2 Activities

Students will identify the number and place on the number line to signify given decimals.

#### Lesson 3: Compare and Order Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will use <, > and = to compare decimals through thousandths. Students will order decimals through thousands.

#### Lesson 4: Rounding Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will round decimals to an identified place value and to the nearest half or whole number.

#### Lesson 5: Adding and Subtracting Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will add and subtract decimals.

#### Lesson 6: Estimating Sums and Differences with Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will estimate sums and differences with decimals.

#### Lesson 7: Multiplying Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will multiply decimals by other decimals.

#### Lesson 8: Dividing Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will divide decimals with decimals and whole number in both the divisor and dividend.

#### Lesson 9: Estimating Products and Quotients with Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will estimate products and quotients using decimals.

#### Lesson 10: Percents – 2 Activities

Students will identify percents.

#### Lesson 11: Working with Percents – 2 Activities

Students will find the percent of a number and solve real-world problems using percents.

#### Lesson 1: Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will identify improper and mixed numbers and demonstrate their ability to find the equivalencies between the two.

#### Lesson 2: Least Common Denominator – 2 Activities

Students will determine the least common denominator of fractions with unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 3: Simplifying Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will simplify fractions by find the lowest common denominator.

#### Lesson 4: Equivalent Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will find equivalent forms of fractions not including mixed numbers.

#### Lesson 5: Comparing Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will compare and order fractions.

#### Lesson 6: Rounding Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will round fractions to the nearest half or whole number.

#### Lesson 7: Add Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will add fractions, not including mixed numbers, with like and unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 8: Subtract Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will subtract fractions, not including mixed numbers, with like and unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 9: Adding Mixed Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will add mixed numbers with and without regrouping.

#### Lesson 10: Subtracting Mixed Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will subtract mixed numbers with and without regrouping.

#### Lesson 11: Multiply Fractions (Not Mixed Numbers) – 2 Activities

Students will multiply fractions, not including mixed numbers, and simplify answers.

#### Lesson 12: Dividing Fractions (Not Mixed Numbers) – 2 Activities

Students will divide fractions, not including mixed numbers, by using reciprocals and simplify answers.

#### Lesson 13: Estimating Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will estimate products and quotients using fractions.

#### Lesson 14: Writing Fractions as Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will write fractions as decimals.

#### Lesson 15: Equivalent to Percents – 2 Activities

Students will demonstrate their understanding of the relationship between decimals and fractions and fractions to decimals and how they are equivalent to percents.

#### Lesson 16: Ratios – 2 Activities

Students will learn fractions as ratios.

#### Lesson 17: Equivalent Ratios – 2 Activities

Students will find equivalent ratios.

#### Lesson 18: Equivalent Fractions, Decimals, and Percents – 2 Activities

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.

#### Lesson 1: Integers – 2 Activities

Students will describe life situations using integers and identify integers on a number line.

#### Lesson 2: Patterns and Function Rules – 2 Activities

Students will determine patterns in pictures and tables and describe the function rule.

#### Lesson 3: Algebraic Expressions – 2 Activities

Students will write and evaluate algebraic expressions.

#### Lesson 4: Patterns in Algebra – 2 Activities

Students will find the rule in real-world problems and identify function rules from tables.

#### Lesson 5: Solving Equations with Addition – 3 Activities

Students will solve one-step equations with whole numbers, decimals and fractions involving addition.

#### Lesson 6: Solving Equations with Subtraction – 2 Activities

Students will solve one-step equations with whole numbers, decimals, and fractions involving subtraction.

#### Lesson 7: Solving Equations with Multiplication – 2 Activities

Students will solve one-step equations with whole numbers and decimals involving multiplication.

#### Lesson 8: Solving Equations with Division – 2 Activities

Students will solve one-step equations with whole numbers and decimals involving division.

#### Lesson 1: Customary Length/Tool – 2 Activities

Students will apply formulas to solve customary length problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve cusotmary length problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answer.

#### Lesson 2: Customary Weight/Tool – 2 Activities

Students will apply formulas to solve customary weight problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve customary weight problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answer.

#### Lesson 3: Customary Capacity/Tool – 2 Activities

Students will apply formulas to solve customary capacity problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve customary capacity problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answer.

#### Lesson 4: Customary Temperature/Tool – 2 Activities

Students will apply formulas involving temperatures in Fahrenheit degrees to solve real-life problems.

#### Lesson 5: Metric System – 2 Activities

Students will learn about the metric system and learn how multiplying and dividing by ten affects the placement in the system.

#### Lesson 6: Length/Tool (Metric) – 2 Activities

Students will apply formulas to solve metric length problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve metric length problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answers.

#### Lesson 7: Weight/Tool (Metric) – 2 Activities

Students will apply formulas to solve metric weight problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve metric weight problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answers.

#### Lesson 8: Capacity/Tool (Metric) – 2 Activities

Students will apply formulas to solve metric capacity problems. Students will identify the correct tools to use to solve metric capacity problems and apply concepts of estimation to arrive at answers.

#### Lesson 9: Temperature/Tool (Metric) – 2 Activities

Students will apply formulas involving temperatures in Celsius degrees to solve real-life problems.

#### Lesson 10: Elapsed Time – 2 Activities

Students will solve problems about elapsed time.

#### Lesson 11: Elapsed Time on Calendars – 2 Activities

Students will solve problems showing elapsed time involving days, weeks, months, years and centuries.

#### Lesson 12: Perimeter of Polygons – 2 Activities

Students will find perimeter of polygons and regular polygons with and without missing values.

#### Lesson 13: Area of 4-sided Shapes – 2 Activities

Students will find the area of squares and rectangles.

#### Lesson 14: Area of Triangles – 2 Activities

Students will find the area of triangles.

#### Lesson 15: Volume of Solids – 2 Activities

Students will find the volume of cubes and rectangular prisms.

#### Lesson 16: Find Volume of Rectangular Prisms (Unit Cubes) – 3 Activities

Students will find the volume of a rectangular prism by counting unit cubes.

#### Lesson 17: Finding Volume of Rectangular Prisms – 4 Activities

Students will find the volume of a rectangular prism by multiplying the edge lengths, or by multiplying the area of the base by the height.

#### Lesson 18: Find Volume of Rectangular Prisms (Formulas) – 5 Activities

Students will find the volume of a rectangular prism by applying the formula V = B × h.

#### Lesson 19: Finding Volume of Solid Figures – 5 Activities

Students will find the volume of a solid figure composed of two rectangular prisms.

#### Lesson 1: Describing Relative Orientation – 2 Activities

Students will use coincident, collinear, parallel and perpendicular to describe relative orientation on a coordinate grid.

#### Lesson 2: Lines – 2 Activities

Students will identify parallel, perpendicular, intersecting and skew lines.

#### Lesson 3: Measuring Angles with a Protractor – 2 Activities

Students will measure the degrees in right, acute, obtuse and straight angles using a protractor.

#### Lesson 4: Triangles – 2 Activities

Students will identify different kinds of triangles.

#### Lesson 5: Polygons and Quadrilaterals – 2 Activities

Students will sort polygons by attributes. Students will classify quadrilaterals as parallelograms, trapezoids, rhombi, rectangles and squares.

#### Lesson 6: Classifying Quadrilaterals – 2 Activities

Students will classify quadrilaterals as parallelograms, trapezoids, rhombi, rectangles and squares.

#### Lesson 7: Solid Figures – 2 Activities

Students will learn about three-dimensional figures.

#### Lesson 8: Polyhedrons – 2 Activities

Students will sort polyhedrons by their attributes.

#### Lesson 9: Parts of a Circle – 2 Activities

Students will identify the arc, chord, radius and diameters of circles. Students will calculate the radius or diameter of a circle.

#### Lesson 10: Build a 3-D Shape from a Set of Views – 2 Activities

Students will build 3-dimensional shapes from a set of views.

#### Lesson 11: Nets of 3-Dimensional Figures – 2 Activities

Students will identify and create a 2-dimensional representation of a 3-dimensional figure (nets) on a grid or dot paper.

#### Lesson 12: Measuring Angles – 2 Activities

Students will find measurement of angles.

#### Lesson 13: Coordinate Geometry – 2 Activities

Students will learn about ordered pairs.

#### Lesson 14: Line Symmetry and Point Symmetry – 2 Activities

Students will classify plane figures as having line symmetry, point symmetry, both or none.

#### Lesson 15: Transformations – 2 Activities

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 including 90 degree and 180 degrees.

#### Lesson 16: Scale Drawings – 2 Activities

Students will use a scale to show relative size on a map or drawing.

#### Lesson 17: Congruent and Similar Figures – 2 Activities

Students will explore similarity using congruent angles. Students will explore congruence using congruent segments and congruent angles.

#### Lesson 1: Outcomes and Events – 2 Activities

Students will determine and represent all possible outcomes for a particular probability event using charts, lists or tree diagrams.

#### Lesson 2: Probability – 2 Activities

Students will calculate the probability of an event.

#### Lesson 3: Making Predictions – 2 Activities

Students will make predictions for future events based on previous occurrences.

#### Lesson 1: Bar Graphs – 2 Activities

Students will interpet and analyze bar graphs.

#### Lesson 2: Line Graphs – 2 Activities

Students will interpret line graphs (interpolation and extrapolation).

#### Lesson 3: Circle Graphs – 2 Activities

Students will create and interpret circle graphs using common fractions.

#### Lesson 4: Histogram – 2 Activities

Students will interpret, analyze and create histograms.

#### Lesson 5: Venn Diagrams – 2 Activities

Students will interpret and analyze Venn Diagrams.

#### Lesson 6: Which Type of Graph to Use? – 2 Activities

Students will choose the most appropriate graph for a set of data and make inferences from the graphs.

#### Lesson 7: Compare and Translate Data – 2 Activities

Students will compare and translate data from information, tallies and data to a graph.

#### Lesson 8: Median, Mode, and Range – 2 Activities

Students will collect, organize and describe data using median, mode and range.

#### Lesson 9: Mean – 2 Activities

Students will find the mean of a given set of numbers.

#### Lesson 10: Stem and Leaf Plot – 2 Activities

Students will use knowledge of stem-and-leaf plots to solve to identify mean, median, mode and range.

#### Lesson 1: Make Sense of Problems and Persevere – 1 Activity

Students will make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.

#### Lesson 2: Reason Abstractly and Quantitatively – 1 Activity

Students will reason abstractly and quantitatively.

#### Lesson 3: Construct Viable Arguments and Critique Reasoning – 1 Activity

Students will construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.

#### Lesson 4: Model with Mathematics – 1 Activity

Students will model with mathematics.

#### Lesson 5: Use Appropriate Tools Strategically – 1 Activity

Students will use appropriate tools strategically.

#### Lesson 6: Attend to Precision – 1 Activity

Students will attend to precision.

#### Lesson 7: Look for and Make Use of Structure – 1 Activity

Students will look for and make use of structure.

#### Lesson 8: Express Regularity in Repeated Reasoning – 1 Activity

Students will express regularity in repeated reasoning.

#### Lesson 1: Apply Mathematics to Real-World Problems – 1 Activity

Students will apply mathematics to real-world problems.

#### Lesson 2: Use a Problem-Solving Model – 1 Activity

Students will use a problem-solving model.

#### Lesson 3: Select Appropriate Tools – 1 Activity

Students will select appropriate tools.

#### Lesson 3: Select Appropriate Tools – 1 Activity

Students will select appropriate tools.

#### Lesson 4: Communicate Reasoning – 1 Activity

Students will communicate reasoning.

#### Lesson 5: Create and Use Representations – 1 Activity

Students will create and use representations.

#### Lesson 6: Analyze Relationships – 1 Activity

Students will analyze relationships.

#### Lesson 7: Use Precise Mathematical Language – 1 Activity

Students will use precise mathematical language.

#### Lesson 1: Read and Write Numbers – 4 Activities

Students will use numeric digits and words to read and write numbers up to the hundred billions.

#### Lesson 2: Numbers in Expanded Form – 2 Activities

Students will write numbers in expanded form.

#### Lesson 3: Round to 10’s and 100’s – 2 Activities

Students will round to the nearest ten and the nearest hundred.

#### Lesson 4: Greatest Common Factor – 2 Activities

Students will communicate reasoning.

#### Lesson 5: Prime Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will identify prime numbers less than 50.

#### Lesson 6: Least Common Multiple – 2 Activities

Students will determine the least common multiple of given numbers.

#### Lesson 7: Properties – 3 Activities

Students will describe and apply the commutative, associative and distributive properties for multiplication. (Different notations of multiplication.)

#### Lesson 8: Mental Computation Strategies – 2 Activities

Students will demonstrate mental computation strategies for multiplication.

#### Lesson 9: Estimate Products – 2 Activities

Students will estimate products of whole numbers.

#### Lesson 10: Four-digit Multiplication – 1 Activity

Students will multiply using four-digit numbers.

#### Lesson 11: Skills and Strategies – 2 Activities

Students will analyze and solve problems using multiplication skills and strategies.

#### Lesson 12: Opposite Operations – 2 Activities

Students will show multiplication and division as opposite operations.

#### Lesson 13: Dividend, Divisor and Quotient – 2 Activities

Students will explain the terms dividend, divisor and quotient and what it means for one number to be divisible by another number.

#### Lesson 14: Properties of Division – 1 Activity

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.

#### Lesson 15: Four-digit Dividends – 2 Activities

Students will divide dividends up to four digits by one-digit, two-digit and three-digit divisors.

#### Lesson 16: Division Check – 3 Activities

Students will check division by multiplying and adding remainder.

#### Lesson 17: Grouping with Parentheses – 1 Activity

Students will evaluate expressions with parentheses.

#### Lesson 18: Comparing Fractions – 3 Activities

Students will use the signs <, > and = to compare fractions with like and unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 19: Equivalent Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will find equivalent fractions and write fractions in simplest form.

#### Lesson 20: Identify the Reciprocal – 2 Activities

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

#### Lesson 21: Add and Subtract Fractions – 3 Activities

Students will Add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators, with and without regrouping and express answers in simplest form.

#### Lesson 22: Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers – 1 Activity

Students will add mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators, with and without regrouping and express answers in simplest form.

#### Lesson 23: Multiply Mixed Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will multiply mixed numbers and fractions.

#### Lesson 24: Round Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will round fractions to the nearest whole number.

#### Lesson 25: Fractions and Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will write fractions as decimals.

#### Lesson 26: Read and Write Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will read, write and order decimals to the nearest ten-thousandth.

#### Lesson 27: Decimals on the Number Line – 1 Activity

Students will read and write decimals on a number line.

#### Lesson 28: Comparing Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will use <, > and = to compare decimals through thousandths. Students will order decimals through thousands.

#### Lesson 29: Round Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will round decimals to the nearest tenth, hundredth and thousandth.

#### Lesson 30: Estimate Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will estimate decimal sums, differences and products by rounding.

#### Lesson 31: Estimate Sums and Differences – 2 Activities

Students will estimate sums and differences for whole numbers and decimals.

#### Lesson 32: Multiply and Divide by 10 – 4 Activities

Students will multiply and divide decimals by 10, 100 and 1000. Students will move the decimal point.

#### Lesson 33: Divide Decimals – 1 Activity

Students will multiply and divide decimals by 10, 100 and 1000. Students will move the decimal point.

#### Lesson 34: Simple Ratios – 2 Activities

Students will determine and express simple ratios.

#### Lesson 35: Speed as a Ratio – 2 Activities

Students will use the formula S = D/T (or D = S x T) to solve problems about speed as a ratio.

#### Lesson 36: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents – 2 Activities

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.

#### Lesson 37: Find a Percent – 1 Activity

Students will find a given percent of a number.

#### Lesson 38: Algebraic Expressions – 2 Activities

Students will write algebraic expressions from phrases or word problems and substitute given values for variable to find value of expression.

#### Lesson 39: Solve Equations with Addition and Subtraction – 1 Activity

Students will solve one-step algebraic equations using addition or subtraction. (x – 5 = 11)

#### Lesson 40: Solve Equations with Multiplication and Division – 2 Activities

Students will solve one-step algebraic equations using multiplication or division. (5x = 15)

#### Lesson 41: Point, Line, Segment and Ray – 1 Activity

Students will identify and draw points, segments, rays and lines.

#### Lesson 42: Identify Types of Lines – 2 Activities

Students will identify and draw horizontal, vertical, perpendicular, parallel and intersecting lines.

#### Lesson 43: Draw a Circle – 2 Activities

Students will use a compass, draw circles with a given diameter or radius.

#### Lesson 44: Angles – 2 Activities

Students will use a protractor to measure the degrees in right, acute, obtuse and straight angles.

#### Lesson 45: Construct Triangles – 2 Activities

Students will identify and construct with compass and straight edge, equilateral, right and isosceles triangles.

#### Lesson 46: Triangles – 1 Activity

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

#### Lesson 47: Polygons – 4 Activities

Students will classify quadrilaterals as parallelograms, trapezoids, rhombi, rectangles and squares.

#### Lesson 48: Regular Polygons – 2 Activities

Students will know that regular polygons have sides of equal length and angles of equal measure.

#### Lesson 49: Interior Angle Sum Theorem – 2 Activities

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.

#### Lesson 50: Circles – 2 Activities

Students will identify arc, chord, radius and diameters of circles. Students will calculate the radius or diameter of a circle.

#### Lesson 51: Polyhedrons – 1 Activity

Students will sort polyhedrons by their attributes.

#### Lesson 52: Plotting Points – 2 Activities

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

#### Lesson 53: Distance Between Lines – 2 Activities

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.

#### Lesson 54: Translations – 1 Activity

Students will transform a figure on a coordinate grid. (translation)

#### Lesson 55: Distance and Directions – 1 Activity

Students will use fixed and relative directions to find the coordinates of a point.

#### Lesson 56: Transformations – 1 Activity

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.

#### Lesson 57: Use Ratios to Create Drawings – 1 Activity

Students will use ratio to create a simple scale drawing.

#### Lesson 58: Elapsed Time – 2 Activities

Students will solve problems about elapsed time.

#### Lesson 59: Linear in Standard English – 2 Activities

Students will estimate and make linear measurements in yards and in feet and inches (to 1/16 in.).

#### Lesson 60: Metric System – Linear – 1 Activity

Students will estimate and make linear measurements in meters, centimeters and millimeters.

#### Lesson 61: Weight in Standard English – 2 Activities

Students will estimate and measure weight in pounds and ounces.

#### Lesson 62: Weight in Metric Units – 2 Activities

Students will estimate and measure weight in grams and kilograms.

#### Lesson 63: Volume in Standard English – 2 Activities

Students will estimate and measure liquid capacity in teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, pints, quarts and gallons.

#### Lesson 64: Volume in Metric Units – 2 Activities

Students will estimate and measure liquid capacity in milliliters and liters.

#### Lesson 65: Proportional Reasoning – 1 Activity

Students will determine lengths, weights and capacities using proportional reasoning and indirect measurement.

#### Lesson 66: Temperature in Degrees – 2 Activities

Students will measure temperature using Celsius and Fahrenheit scales.

#### Lesson 67: Skills and Strategies – 1 Activity

Students will analyze and solve problems using measurement skills and strategies.

#### Lesson 68: Area of Rectangles – 4 Activities

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

#### Lesson 69: Area of Triangles – 4 Activities

Students will use the formula A = (1/2)(bxh) to find the area of triangles.

#### Lesson 70: Area of a Parallelogram – 2 Activities

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

#### Lesson 70: Area of a Parallelogram – 2 Activities

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

#### Lesson 71: Volume of Rectangular Prisms – 2 Activities

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

#### Lesson 72: Skills and Strategies – 1 Activity

Students will analyze and solve problems using measurement skills and strategies.

#### Lesson 73: Collecting Reliable Data – 1 Activity

The student will identify methods to generate reliable data. (Samples, populations, random samples)

#### Lesson 74: Data in Graphic Form – 3 Activities

Students will collect and organize data in graphic form.

#### Lesson 75: Scatter Plots – 1 Activity

Students will create and interpret scatter plots.

#### Lesson 76: Find the Average (mean) – 1 Activity

Students will find the average (mean) of a given set of numbers.

#### Lesson 77: Interpret Graphs – 2 Activities

Students will solve problems requiring interpretation and application of graphically displayed data.

#### Lesson 78: Compare Probabilities – 1 Activity

Students will compare probabilities of separate events.

#### Lesson 79: Probability of Events – 1 Activity

Students will use ratios to find the probability of events.

#### Lesson 80: Pertinent and Irrelevant Info – 1 Activity

Students will identify pertinent and irrelevant information when solving problems.

#### Lesson 81: Valid and Invalid Arguments – 1 Activity

Students will understand valid and invalid arguments.

#### Lesson 82: Solve Logic Problems – 1 Activity

Students will solve logic problems.

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