Math Lessons for a Living Education

number concepts to 10 000

Lesson 2: Review of Place Value, Estimation, and Rounding

decimals to hundredths

Lesson 22: Writing Decimals and Fractions

Lesson 24: Relationship Between Fractions, Decimals, and Percents

Lesson 36: Review of All Decimal Concepts

ordering and comparing fractions

Lesson 5: Review of All Fractions and Measurement

Lesson 7: New: Fraction Concepts (adding and subtracting like denominators)

Lesson 17: Introducing Mixed Numbers (adding and subtracting with like denominators)

Lesson 18: Introducing Equivalent Fractions through Pictures

Lesson 19: More About Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 22: Writing Decimals and Fractions

Lesson 23: Money Work with Decimals and Fractions

Lesson 35: Review of All Fractional Concepts

addition and subtraction to 10 000

Lesson 1: Review of All Addition and Subtraction Concepts

Lesson 31: Review of All Addition and Subtraction

multiplication and division of two- or three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers

Lesson 3: Review of All Multiplication

Lesson 4: Review of All Division

addition and subtraction of decimals to hundredths

Lesson 22: Writing Decimals and Fractions

Lesson 23: Money Work with Decimals and Fractions

addition and subtraction facts to 20 (developing computational fluency)

Lesson 1: Review of All Addition and Subtraction Concepts

Lesson 31: Review of All Addition and Subtraction

Note: computational fluency of addition and subtraction facts to 20 are reviewed throughout.

multiplication and division facts to 100 (introductory computational strategies)

Lesson 3: Review of All Multiplication

Note: multiplication facts to 100 are reviewed throughout.

increasing and decreasing patterns, using tables and charts

Supplementation Required

algebraic relationships among quantities

Supplementation Required

one-step equations with an unknown number, using all operations

Supplementation Required

how to tell time with analog and digital clocks, using 12- and 24-hour clocks

Note: time concepts were introduced in previous Levels, and are reviewed in this Level (4).

Supplementation Required

regular and irregular polygons

Supplementation Required

perimeter of regular and irregular shapes

Note: very briefly reviewd on page 53.

Supplementation Required

line symmetry

Supplementation Required

one-to-one correspondence and many-to-one correspondence, using bar graphs and pictographs

Lesson 28: Work with Charts and Graphs

Lesson 29: Constructing Charts and Graphs

probability experiments

Supplementation Required

financial literacy — monetary calculations, including making change with amounts to 100 dollars and making simple financial decisions

Lesson 23: Money Work with Decimals and Fractions

Lesson 27: Exercise 4; optional projects

Curricular Competencies

Reasoning/Analyzing

Use reasoning to explore and make connections

Page 44: Hands-on activity

Page 163: Estimate

Estimate reasonably

Page 44: Hands-on activity

Develop mental math strategies and abilities to make sense of quantities

Mental math strategies are addressed throughout.

Use technology to explore mathematics

Supplementation Required

Model mathematics in contextualized experiences

Page 189: recipes

Page 305: Hands-on money activity

Understanding/Solving

Develop, demonstrate, and apply mathematical understanding through play, inquiry, and problem solving

Page 22: Soduko

Page 87: Research to find these answers

Visualize to explore mathematical concepts

Page 44: Hands-on activity

Page 53: Hands-on project

Page 289: Finding real-life objects

Develop and use multiple strategies to engage in problem solving

Page 240: Exercise 1

Page 241: Exercise 2

Page 241: Exercise 3

Page 241: Exercise 4

Page 252 – 254: Map exercise

Engage in problem-solving experiences that are connected to place, story, cultural practices, and perspectives relevant to local First Peoples communities, the local community, and other cultures

Supplementation Required

Communicating/Representing

Communicate mathematical thinking in many ways

Page 86: write three problems for your teacher

Page 92: narrate to your teacher

Page 95: narrate to your teacher

Page 149: narrate to your teacher

Note: this curricular competency is well covered throughout this resource

Use mathematical vocabulary and language to contribute to mathematical discussions

Page 117: narrate to your teacher the steps of solving various problems

Page 127: narrate to your teacher as you work through division problems and use multiplication to check your answers

Page 178: explain to your teacher how division and multiplication are related

Explain and justify mathematical ideas and decisions

Page 154: Research, etc.

Page 299: Explain or write why …

Represent mathematical ideas in concrete, pictorial, and symbolic forms

Page 48: Hands-on project

Page 81: Drawing shapes

Page 82: Hands-on project

Page 88: Make flashcards

Page 93: Use manipulatives

Page 285: Use shapes to create a picture

Page 230: Create three-dimensional shapes

Note: this curricular competency is well covered throughout this resource.

Connecting/Reflecting

Reflect on mathematical thinking

Page 82: make a learning poster

Connect mathematical concepts to each other and to other areas and personal interests

Supplementation Required

Incorporate First Peoples worldviews and perspectives to make connections to mathematical concepts

Supplementation Required