# Jump Math

## Content

#### small to large numbers (thousandths to billions)

Small to large numbers (thousands to billions):

• Place value from thousands to billions, operations with thousands to billions – part 1 Unit 2 lessons: NS6-1-2,4.  part 2 Unit 9 lessons: NS6-88 – 39, 43 – 46. part 2 Unit 10 lessons: NS6-50 – 53, 57
• Numbers used in science, medicine, technology, and media –  part 1 Unit 2 lessons: NS6-1-4. part 2 Unit 9 lessons: NS6-45
• Compare, order, estimate –  part 1 Unit 2 lessons: NS6- 3, 5-6.  part 1 Unit 4 lessons: NS6- 17. part 2 Unit 9 lessons: NS6-40 – 41, 47

#### multiplication and division facts to 100 (developing computational fluency)

Multiplication and division facts to 100 (developing computational fluency):

• Mental math strategies (e.g., the double-double strategy to multiply 23 x 4)  – Part 1 unit 4 Lessons: NS6-10-11, 13-14

#### order of operations with whole numbers

Order of operations with whole numbers:

• Includes the use of brackets, but excludes exponents – part 1 unit 7 lessons: NS6-24
• Quotients can be rational numbers – part 1 unit 8 lessons: NS6- 36

#### factors and multiples — greatest common factor and least common multiple

Factors and multiples (greatest common factor and least common multiple):

• Prime and composite numbers, divisibility rules, factor trees, prime factor phrase (e.g., 300 = 2’2 × 3 × 5’2) – part 1 unit 8 lessons: NS6-22 – 23
• Using graphic organizers (e.g.,  Venn diagrams) to compare numbers from common factors and common multiples – part 1 unit 7 lessons: NS6-18, 21

#### improper fractions and mixed numbers

Improper fractions and mixed numbers:

• Using benchmarks, number line, and common denominators to compare and order, including whole numbers – part 1 unit 8 lessons: NS6-29 – 34, 36 – 37. part 2 unit 9 lessons: NS6-42
• Using pattern blocks, Cuisenaire rods, fraction strips, fraction circles, and grids – part 1 unit 8 lessons: NS6-26, 28 – 30
• Birch bark biting – part 1 unit 8 lessons: NS6- 30

#### introduction to ratios

Introduction to ratios:

• Comparing numbers, comparing quantities, and equivalent ratios –  part 2 unit 14 lessons: NS6-58 – 63
• Part to part ratios and part to whole ratios –  – part 2 unit 14 lessons: NS6-58

#### whole-number percents and percentage discounts

Whole number percents and percentage discounts:

• Using base ten blocks, geoboards, and 10 x 10 grid to represent whole number percents –  part 2 unit 14 lessons: NS6-64 – 65
• Finding missing part ( whole or percentage) –  part 2 unit 14 lessons: NS6- 67-68
• 50% = ½ = 0.5 = 50:100 –  part 2 unit 14 lessons: NS6-66, 69 – 70

#### multiplication and division of decimals

Multiplication and division of decimals:

• 0.125 x 3/4 or 7.2 / 9 – part 1 unit 4 lessons: NS6-15 – 16  part 2 unit 10 lessons: NS6- 48 – 53, 57
• Using base ten block array – part 2 unit 10 lessons: NS6-51 – 53, 57
• Birchbark Biting – part 1 unit 8 lessons: NS6-30

#### increasing and decreasing patterns, using expressions, tables, and graphs as functional relationships

Increasing and decreasing patterns, using expressions, tables, and graphs as functional relationships:

• Limited too discrete points in the first quadrant – part 2 unit 12 lessons: PA6-16-18, 20
• Visual Patterning (e.g., colored tiles) – part 1 unit 1 lessons: PA6-5,7. part 2 unit 12 lessons: PA6-16-18, 20
• Take 3 add to each time, two ends +  one, and one more than twice a number, I’ll describe the pattern  3,5,7 – part 1 unit 1 lessons: PA6-3-8. part 2 unit 12 lessons: PA6-17-20
• Data on First Peoples language loss, effects of language intervention – part 1 unit 3 lessons: PDM6-3

#### one-step equations with whole-number coefficients and solutions

One step equations with whole number coefficients and solutions:

• Preservation of equality (e.g., using a balance, algebra tiles) – Part 2 unit 12 lessons: PA6-10-11
• 3x =  12, x + 5 =  11 – Part 2 unit 12 lessons: PA6-9 – 15

#### perimeter of complex shapes

Perimeter of complex shapes:

• A complex shape is a group of shapes with no holes (e.g., use colour tiles, pattern blocks, tangrams)  – part 1 unit 5 lessons: ME6 4

#### area of triangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids

Area of triangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids:

• Grid paper explorations – part 2 unit 13 lessons: ME6 10-14
• Deriving formulas – part 2 unit 13 lessons: ME6 8-12, 14
• Making connections between the area of parallelogram and area of a rectangle – part 2 unit 13 lessons: ME6 11-13
• Birchbark biting – part 2 unit 13 lessons: ME6-14

#### angle measurement and classification

Angle measurement and classification:

• Straight, acute, right, obtuse, reflex – Part 1 unit 6 lessons: G6 1-4
• Constructing and identifying;  include examples from local environment -Part 1 unit 6 lessons: G6 1-4
• Estimating using  45°, 90°, and 180° as reference angles – Part 1 unit 6 lessons: G6 3
• Angles of polygons – Part 1 unit 6 lessons: G6 5
• Small number stories: Small Number and the skateboard park – Part 1 unit 6 lessons: G6 2

#### volume and capacity

Volume and capacity:

• Using cubes to build 3D objects and determine their volume – part 2 unit 16 lessons: ME6 17-18
• Referents and relationships between units (e.g., cm 3, m3, mL, L)  – part 1 unit 4 lessons: NS6 9. part 2 unit 16 lessons: ME6 22-23
• The number of coffee mugs that hold a litre –  part 2 unit 16 lessons: ME6 23
• Making berry baskets, seaweed drying –  part 2 unit 16 lessons: ME6 18

#### triangles

Triangles:

• Scalene, isosceles, equilateral, right, acute, obtuse, classified regardless of orientation- Part 1 unit 6 lessons: G6 8

#### combinations of transformations

Combinations of transformations:

• Plotting points on Cartesian plane using whole number ordered pairs – Part 2 unit 11 lessons: G6 18-20
• Translation(s), rotation(s), and/or reflection(s) on a single 2D shape  – Part 2 unit 11 lessons: G6 13-17, 19 – 20
• Limited to first quadrant  – Part 2 unit 11 lessons: G6 18 – 20
• Transforming, drawing, and describing image – Part 2 unit 11 lessons: G6 13-16, 19-20
• Use shapes in First Peoples art to integrate printmaking (e.g., Inuit, Northwest coastal First Nations, frieze work) –  Part 2 unit 11 lessons: G6 17

#### line graphs

Line graphs:

• Table of values, data set;  creating and interpreting a line graph from a given set of data – Part 1 Lessons:  5 – 9, Part 2 unit 3 Lessons: PDM6 1-4, 6

#### single-outcome probability, both theoretical and experimental

Single outcome probability, both theoretical and experimental:

• Single outcome probability events (e.g.,  spin a spinner, roll a die, toss a coin) – part 2 Unit 15 lessons: PMD6 7-11
• Listing of all possible outcomes to determine theoretical probability  – part 2 Unit 15 lessons: PMD6 7-11
• Comparing experimental results with theoretical expectations  – part 1 unit 8 lessons: NS6 35. part 2 Unit 15 lessons: PMD6 7-11
• Lahal stick games – part 2 Unit 15 lessons: PMD6 7-8

#### financial literacy — simple budgeting and consumer math

Financial literacy –  simple budgeting and consumer math:

• Informed decision-making on saving and purchasing – part 2 unit 14 lessons: NS6 62-63. part 2 unit 16 lessons: ME6 22
• How many weeks of allowance will it take to buy a bicycle? – part 1 unit 1 lessons: PA 5

## Curricular Competencies

CURRICULAR COMPETENCY CORRELATIONS COMING SOON

### Reasoning/Analyzing

#### Use logic and patterns to solve puzzles and play games

part 1 unit 1 lessons: PA6 4

part 2 unit 10 lessons: NS6 55

#### Use reasoning and logic to explore, analyze, and apply mathematical ideas

Part 1 unit 6 lessons: G6 8

Part 2 unit 11 lessons: G6 14

#### Estimate reasonably

part 1 unit 2 lessons: NS6 6

part 2 unit 13 lessons: ME6 8

#### Demonstrate and apply mental math strategies

part 1 unit 1 lessons: PA6 2

part 1 unit 4 lessons: NS6 11

part 2 unit 9 lessons: NS6 47

#### Use tools or technology to explore and create patterns and relationships, and test conjectures

part 1 unit 4 lessons: NS6 17

Part 2 unit 11 lessons: G6 14

#### Model mathematics in contextualized experiences

part 1 unit 5 lessons: ME6 5

part 2 Unit 15 lessons: PMD6 11

part 2 unit 16 lessons: ME6 23

### Understanding/Solving

#### Apply multiple strategies to solve problems in both abstract and contextualized situations

part 1 Unit 3 lessons: PMD6 2

part 1 unit 7 lessons: NS6 20

Part 2 unit 11 lessons: G6 17

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

Part 1 unit 8 lessons: G6 8

part 2 unit 13 lessons: ME6 11

#### Visualize to explore mathematical concepts

part 1 Unit 3 lessons: PMD6 9

part 2 unit 13 lessons: ME6 9

#### 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

Part 1 unit 6 lessons: G6 2

part 2 Unit 15 lessons: PMD6 7

part 2 unit 16 lessons: ME6 18

### Communicating/Representing

#### Use mathematical vocabulary and language to contribute to mathematical discussions

part 1 Unit 3 lessons: PMD6 4

part 1 unit 7 lessons: NS6 21

Part 2 unit 11 lessons: G6 16

#### Explain and justify mathematical ideas and decisions

part 1 unit 4 lessons: NS6 12

Part 1 unit 6 lessons: G6 3

Part 2 unit 12 lessons: PA6 20

#### Communicate mathematical thinking in many ways

part 1 unit 7 lessons: NS6 20

part 1 unit 8 lessons: NS6 30

part 2 unit 12 lessons: PA6 12

#### Represent mathematical ideas in concrete, pictorial, and symbolic forms

part 1 unit 8 lessons: NS6 32

part 2 unit 10 lessons: NS6 53

### Connecting/Reflecting

#### Reflect on mathematical thinking

part 1 unit 4 lessons: NS6 13

part 2 unit 16 lessons: ME6 18

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

part 1 unit 2 lessons: NS6 1

part 2 unit 14 lessons: NS6 66

#### Use mathematical arguments to support personal choices

part 2 unit 16 lessons: ME6 22

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

part 1 Unit 3 lessons: PMD6 3

Part 2 unit 11 lessons: G6 17