Math Units and Standards
• Number Sense and Place Value: Topics include place value, rounding, and estimation. Students will estimate sums and differences. Students will apply rounding and estimation in problem solving.
• Multiplication and Division: Topics include multiplication and division facts, the distributive property, and multiplication by multiples of 10. Students will apply these principles in problem solving. Students will also problem solve using estimation and multiples of 10.
• Data and Graphing: Students will learn how to read and create multiple types of graphs. Students will analyze the data and problem solve. This standard is also taught heavily in Science.
• Fractions: Topics include understanding the value of a fractional part to a whole. Students will learn to create, read, count, and compare fractions. A major fraction topic is creating and recognizing equivalent fractions.
• Geometry: Topics include area and perimeter. Topics also include a study of polygons with an emphasis on quadrilaterals.

MATH and Problem Solving “I can” Statements

 Quarter I Can Statement 1 I can read, write, and identify place value of whole numbers through 100,000 using digits, number names, and expanded form. 1 I can round numbers to the nearest ten and hundred’s place in a five-digit number 1 I can fluently add/subtract three and four digit numbers up to 9,999 using multiple strategies 1 I can determine whether an estimate or an exact number is needed to solve a problem. 1 I can identify and explain patterns with numbers. 2 I can represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division within 100. 2 I can interpret products and quotients of whole numbers. 2 I can describe in words or drawings a problem that shows a multiplication or division situation. 2 I can find the unknown number in a multiplication or division equation. 2 I can apply properties of multiplication and the relationship between multiplication and division. 2 I can multiply and divide within 100 (10×10) using strategies that relate multiplication to division. 2 I can demonstrate fluency with products within 100 (up to 10×10). 3 I can determine the value of unit fractions. 3 I can identify the numerator and denominator. 3 I can place fractions on a number line. 3 I can recognize and create equivalent fractions. 3 I can compare two fractions with the same numerator or denominator. 3 I can partition shapes into parts with equal areas, and determine the area of each part as a unit fraction. 3 I can create and analyze graphs (line plots, pictographs, bar graphs) 3 I can solve one- and two-step problems using information presented in graphs. 4 I can solve problems involving measurement and estimation of intervals of time, liquid volumes, and masses of objects. 4 I can tell time to the nearest minute. 4 I can solve problems involving elapsed time 4 I can measure or estimate length, liquid volume, and weight of objects. 4 I can calculate area and perimeter by using unit squares to cover a figure and label area measurements as square units. 4 I can determine area using multiplication 4 I can decompose a rectangle into smaller rectangles to find the area of the original rectangle. 4 I can solve problems involving perimeter and area 4 I can identify and classify various types of polygons/ quadrilaterals using their attributes 4 I can solve problems involving the four operations. 4 I can write and solve two-step problems involving unknown numbers using any of the four operations.