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Quarter 1:

  • Find prime factorizations of numbers. 
  • Rename numbers written in exponential notation. 
  • Use a divisibility test to determine if a number is divisible by another number. 
  • Identify prime and composite numbers through 100.
  • Understand how square numbers and their square roots are related. 
  • Draw arrays to model multiplication.
  • Know multiplication facts to product of 100.
  • Identify even and odd numbers. 
  • Find the factors of numbers. 
  • Write and solve open sentences for number stories.
  • Round numbers to designated places. 
  • Make magnitude estimates.
  • Find the product of multidigit whole numbers and decimals.
  • Know place value to the billions. 
  • Find the sum and difference of multidigit whole numbers and decimals.
  • Identify the maximum, minimum, median, mode, range, and mean for a data set. 

Quarter 2:

  • Determine angle measures based on relationships between angles.
  • Estimate the measure of an angle.
  • Measure an angle to within 2 degrees.
  • Identify types of angles.
  • Identify types of triangles.
  • Identify place value in numbers to billions.
  • Know properties of polygons.
  • Define and create tessellations.
  • Divide decimal numbers by whole numbers with no remainders.
  • Write and solve number sentences with variables for division number stories.
  • Find the quotient and remainder of a whole number divided by a 1-digit whole number.
  • Find the quotient and remainder of a whole number divided by a 2-digit whole number.
  • Make magnitude estimates for quotients of whole and decimal numbers divided by whole numbers.
  • Interpret the remainder in division number stories.
  • Determine the value of a variable; use this value to complete a number sentence.
  • Know place value to hundredths.
  • Add fractions with like denominators.
  • Order and compare fractions.
  • Convert between fractions and percents.
  • Rounding decimals.
  • Convert common fractions and decimals.
  • Draw a circle graph for a set of data.
  • Measure pieces of a circle graph; interpret a circle graph.
  • Convert between fractions and mixed numbers.
  • Find equivalent fractions.  

Quarter 3:

  • Construct stem-and-leaf plots. 
  • Read and interpret stem-and-leaf plots. 
  • Add and subtract fractions with like denominators. 
  • Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators. 
  • Understand how sample size affects results. 
  • Find common denominators. 
  • Convert between fractions, decimals, and percents. 
  • Identify and use data landmarks. 
  • Understand how to find area and perimeter of rectangles and squares.
  • Use ruler to measure to 1/8”.
  • Solve problems using time, length, weight, capacity, and temperature.
  • Create, extend, and analyze patterns.
  • Solve for missing number (variable) and match realistic situation to an equation.
  • Identify/classify cubes, rectangular prisms or pyramids using faces, vertices, and edges.  Also identify and describe properties of all quadrilaterals (parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, square, and trapezoid).
  • Identify, draw, and label point, lines, line segments, and rays.
  • Draw or identify translations, reflections, rotations and lines of symmetry.
  • Understand and use expanded notation to represent whole numbers and decimals.
  • Define/identify prime and composite numbers less than 100.
  • Define/identify factors and multiples of a given whole number up to and including 50.
  • Choose correct operations to solve a problem.

Quarter 4:

  • TBA
Governor Mifflin Intermediate School MR. LEE UMBERGER, principal
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