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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 1digit whole number.

Find the quotient and remainder of a whole number divided by a 2digit 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 stemandleaf plots.

Read and interpret stemandleaf 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:

