Problem Solving review and explore additional problems solving strategies
 use simple problems to suggest more complex solutions
 solve multistep problems
 develop confidence, perseverance and persistence in problem solving (independently and in groups)
Reasoning use models, facts, properties and relationships to explain thinking
 compare and contrast 2 dimensional geometric figures
 given a problem, identify one or more strategies for solving the problem
Communications make and validate conjectures about relationships
 draw diagrams and use objects to illustrate concepts
 use table, charts, graphs and mathematical symbolism
Connections discover relationships and patterns within the set of whole numbers
 explore patterns and relationships within geometry
 use mathematical topics in other disciplines
 apply mathematics in everyday life situations
 explore the relationship between +,,x,÷ with whole numbers
 connect operations with whole numbers to fractions and decimals
Number Sense and Numerations name place value from thousandths to millions
 round numbers for estimation and mental computation
 order a set of rational numbers
 read and name numbers with whole number exponents
 explore prime, square, and composite numbers
Whole Number Operations develop meaning of + – x ÷ with fractions
 explore concept of +, , across whole numbers, decimals and fractions
 explore x across whole numbers, decimals and fractions
 basic facts – all operations
 + – x ÷ whole numbers of reasonable size
 use calculators as appropriate
Geometry explore and describe properties of common 2 dimensional figures
Spatial Sense identify congruent or similar figures
Measurement use standard to measure length
 use standard and to find the area of common figures
 explore and prepare formulas for the areas of rectangle and triangle
 explore standard and nonstandard units of measure for volume, capacity, weight and temperature
 determine the amount of change from a purchase
Data Analysis and Probability construct and interpret picture, bar, circle and line graphs
 quantify the empirical probability of simple events
Functions and Relations recognize, describe, analyze, extend and create a variety of patterns using models, tables, graphs, simple rules and manipulatives
Algebra write and solve open sentences
 plot points on a number line and on a rectangular coordinate system
