Math-U-See

Math-U-See: Gamma

number concepts to 1000

Number concepts to 1000:

Lesson 3: Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10

Lesson 8: Solve for an Unknown

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 19: Skip Count by 8, 8 Pints = 1 Gallon

Lesson 22: Rounding to 10, 100, 1,000 & Estimation

Lesson 27: Place Value through Millions and 16 Ounces = 1 Pound

fraction concepts

Fraction concepts:

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 3: Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10

Lesson 8: Solve for an Unknown

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 19: Skip Count by 8, 8 Pints = 1 Gallon

addition and subtraction facts to 20 (emerging computational fluency)

Addition and subtraction facts to 20 (emerging computational fluency):

Lesson 3: Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10

Lesson 8: Solve for an Unknown

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 19: Skip Count by 8, 8 Pints = 1 Gallon

multiplication and division concepts

Multiplication and division concepts:

Lesson 2: Multiply by 1 and by 0, Commutative Property

Lesson 4: Multiply by 2, 1 Quart = 2 Pints

Lesson 5: Multiply by 10,10 ¢=1 Dime

Lesson 6: Multiply by 5, 5 ¢ = 1 Nickel

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 12: Multiply by 3, 3′ = 1 yard, 1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoon

Lesson 14: Multiply by 6

Lesson 16: Multiply by 4, 4 Quarters = 1 Dollar

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 18: Multiply by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 100

Lesson 20: Multiply by 8

Lesson 21: Multiple Digit Multiplication, Place Value, and Distributive Property

Lesson 23: Double Digit by Double-Digit and Multiplication by 11

Lesson 24: Double Digit Multiplication with Regrouping

Lesson 25: Multiple Digit Multiplication with Regrouping

Lesson 28: More Multiple Digit Multiplication

increasing and decreasing patterns

Increasing and decreasing patterns:

Lesson 3: Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 19: Skip Count by 8, 8 Pints = 1 Gallon

pattern rules using words and numbers, based on concrete experiences

Pattern rules using words and numbers, based on concrete experiences:

Lesson 3: Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 19: Skip Count by 8, 8 Pints = 1 Gallon

one-step addition and subtraction equations with an unknown number

One-step addition and subtraction equations with an unknown number:

Lesson 8: Solve for an Unknown

measurement, using standard units (linear, mass, and capacity)

Measurement, using standard units (linear, mass, and capacity):

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 16: Multiply by 4, 4 Quarters = 1 Dollar

Lesson 27: Place Value through Millions and 16 Ounces = 1 Pound

Lesson 30: 5,280′ = 1 Mile and 2,000 Pounds = 1 Ton

time concepts

Time Concepts:

Supplementation Required

construction of 3D shapes

Construction of 3D shapes:

Lesson 1: Rectangle, Factors and Products

• Teacher needs to verify that shapes in this lesson are 3D

Supplementation Required

one-to-one correspondence with bar graphs, pictographs, charts, and tables

One-to-one correspondence with bar graphs, pictographs, charts, and tables:

Supplementation Required

likelihood of simulated events, using comparative language

Likelihood of simulated events, using comparative language:

Supplementation Required

financial literacy — fluency with coins and bills to 100 dollars, and earning and payment

Financial literacy — fluency with coins and bills to 100 dollars, and earning and payment:

Lesson 26: Finding Factors, 25¢ = 1 Quarter

Curricular Competencies

Reasoning/Analyzing

Use reasoning to explore and make connections

Supplementation Required

Estimate reasonably

Supplementation Required

Develop mental math strategies and abilities to make sense of quantities

Supplementation Required

Model mathematics in contextualized experiences

Supplementation Required

Understanding/Solving

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

Supplementation Required

Visualize to explore mathematical concepts

Supplementation Required

Develop and use multiple strategies to engage in problem solving

Supplementation Required

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

Supplementation Required

Use mathematical vocabulary and language to contribute to mathematical discussions

Supplementation Required

Explain and justify mathematical ideas and decisions

Supplementation Required

Represent mathematical ideas in concrete, pictorial, and symbolic forms

Supplementation Required

Connecting/Reflecting

Reflect on mathematical thinking

Supplementation Required

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

• Math concepts related to financial literacy and measurement can be applied

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

Supplementation Required