Jump Math

**Jump Math Grade Seven**

#### With 2009 Edition Book Seven Part 1 & Book Seven Part 2

## Content

**Multiplication and division facts to 100 (extending computational fluency):**

- Multiplication facts to 100 – Part 1 Lessons: 4 – 8
- When multiplying 214 by 5, we can x 10, then divide by 2 to get 1070 – Part 1 Lessons: 4, 7

**Operations with integers (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations):**

- Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations – Part 2 Lessons: 86, 88 – 94
- Concretely, pictorially, symbolically – Part 2 Lessons: 86 – 94
- Order of operations includes the use of brackets, excludes exponents
- Using two-sided counters – Part 2 Lessons: 88 – 90
- 9 – (-4) = 13 because -4 is 13 away from +9 – Part 2 Lessons: 90, 92
- Extending whole number strategies to decimals – Part 1 Lessons: 39 – 44, 53

**Order of operations includes the use of brackets (excludes exponents) is not specifically covered**

**Operations with decimals (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations):**

- Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations – Part 1 Lessons: 39 – 54, Part 2 Lessons:61, 65 – 66, 82 – 83
- Includes the use of brackets, but excludes exponents – Part 1 Lessons: 50 – 51

**Relationships between decimals, fractions, ratios, and percents:**

- Relationships between decimals, fractions, ratios, and percents – Part 1 Lessons: 32 – 38, Part 2 Lessons: 55 – 77
- Conversions, equivalency, and terminating versus repeating decimals, place value, and benchmarks – Part 2 Lessons: 55 – 69
- comparing and ordering decimals and fractions using the number line – Part 1 Lessons: 37
- ½ = 0.5 = 50% = 50:100 – Part 2 Lessons: 67 – 75

**Shoreline cleanup is not specifically covered **

**Discrete linear relations, using expressions, tables, and graphs:**

- Discrete linear relations, using expressions, tables, and graphs – Part 2 Lessons: 16 – 28
- Four quadrants, limited to integral coordinates – Part 2 Lessons: 25-27
- 3n + 2; values increased by 3 starting from y – intercept of 2 – Part 2 Lessons: 22 – 23, 26
- Deriving relation from the graph or table of values – Part 2 Lessons: 16 – 17, 19 – 28

**First Peoples perspectives are not covered **

**Two-step equations with whole number coefficients, constants, and solutions:**

- Two-step equations with phone number coefficients, constants, and solutions – Part 1 Lessons: 5 – 15
- Solving and verifying 3 x + 4 = 16 – Part 1 Lessons: 6 – 9
- Modeling the preservation of equality (e.g., using balance, pictorial representation, algebra tiles) – Part 1 Lessons: 8 – 10, 13

**First Peoples perspectives are not covered **

**Circumference and area of circles:**

- Circumference and area of circles – Part 1 Lessons: 18 – 21
- Constructing circles given radius, diameter, area, or circumference – Part 1 Lessons: 18
- Finding relationships between Radius, diameter, circumference, and area to develop C= pi x d formula – Part 1 Lessons: 18 – 21
- Applying A = pi x r x r formula to find the area given, radius, or diameter – Part 1 Lessons: 20 – 21

**First Peoples perspectives are not covered **

**Volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders:**

- Volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders – Part 2 Lessons: 22
- Volume= area of base x height – Part 2 Lessons: 22

**First Peoples perspectives are not covered **

**Cartesian coordinates and graphing:**

- Cartesian coordinates and graphing – Part 2 Lessons: 25 – 33
- Origin, four quadrants, integral coordinates, connections or linear relations, transformations – Part 2 Lessons: 25 – 33

**First Peoples perspectives are not covered **

**Combinations of transformations:**

- Combinations of transformations – Part 2 Lessons: 25 – 35
- Four quadrants, integral coordinates – Part 2 Lessons: 25-27
- Translation(s), rotation(s), and/or reflection(s) on a single 2D shape; combination of successive transformations of 2D shapes; tessellations – Part 2 Lessons: 28 – 35

**First Peoples perspectives are not covered **

**Circle graphs:**

- Circle graphs – Part 2 Lessons: 10 – 13
- Constructing, labeling, and interpreting Circle graphs – Part 2 Lessons: 10 – 13
- Translating percentages displayed in a circle graph into quantities and vice versa – Part 2 Lessons: 10 – 13

**First Peoples perspectives are not covered **

**Experimental probability with two independent events:**

- Experimental probability with two independent events – Part 2 Lessons: 17 – 23
- Experimental probability, multiple trials (e.g., Toss 2 Coins, roll two dice, spin a spinner twice, or a combination thereof) – Part 2 Lessons: 21 – 23

**First Peoples perspectives are not covered **

**Financial literacy – Financial percentage:**

- Financial percentage calculations – Part 2 Lessons: 70-74
- Sales tax, tips, discounts, sales price – Part 2 Lessons: 70 – 74

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