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Provo City School District

Provost Elementary School

Last modified: July 7, 2020

Math Topics

We learn something new everyday at school. If your child misses school, they will be missing one of these lessons. Please do your best to ensure your child is at school every day.

Module 1: Understand Multiplication

1.1 Count Equal Groups

1.2 Relate Addition and Multiplication

1.3 Represent Multiplication with Arrays

1.4 Understand the Commutative Property of Multiplication

1.5 Represent Multiplication with Number Lines

1.6 Represent Multiplication with Bar Models

Module 2: Relate Multiplication and Area

2.1 Understand Area by Counting Unit Squares

2.2 Measure Area by Counting Unit Squares

2.3 Relate Area to Addition and Multiplication

2.4 Solve Problems with Area

2.5 Find the Area of Combined Rectangles

Module 3: Understand Multiplication Strategies

3.1 Multiply with 2 and 4

3.2 Multiply with 5 and 10

3.3 Multiply with 3 and 6

Module 4: Apply Multiplication Properties as Strategies

4.1 Understand the Identity and Zero Properties of Multiplication

4.2 Understand the Distributive Property

4.3 Understand the Associative Property of Multiplication

4.4 Multiply with 7

4.5 Multiply with 8

4.6 Multiply with 9

4.7 Identify Multiplication Patterns on the Multiplication Table

Module 5: Multiplication with Multiples of 10

5.1 Use the Distributive Property

5.2 Use the Associative Property of Multiplication

5.3 Use Place-Value Strategies to Multiply with Multiples of 10

5.4 Multiply Multiples of 10 by 1-Digit Numbers

Module 6: Understand Division

6.1 Represent Division

6.2 Separate Objects into Equal Groups

6.3 Find the Number of Equal Groups

6.4 Relate Subtraction and Division

6.5 Represent Division with Arrays

6.6 Represent Division with Bar Models

6.7 Apply Division Rules for 1 and 0

Module 7: Relate Multiplication and Division

7.1 Relate Multiplication and Division

7.2 Write Related Facts

7.3 Multiply and Divide with 2, 4, and 8

7.4 Multiply and Divide with 5 and 10

7.5 Multiply and Divide with 3 and 6

7.6 Multiply and Divide with 7 and 9

7.7 Build Fluency with Multiplication and Division

Module 8: Apply Multiplication and Division

8.1 Identify and Extend Patterns

8.2 Find Unknown Factors and Numbers

8.3 Use Multiplication and Division to Solve Problem Situations

8.4 Solve Two-Step Problems

8.5 Practice with One- and Two-Step Problems

Module 9: Addition and Subtraction Strategies

9.1 Identify Number Patterns on the Addition Table

9.2 Use Mental Math Strategies for Addition and Subtraction

9.3 Use Properties to Add

9.4 Use Mental Math to Assess Reasonableness

9.5 Round to the Nearest Ten or Hundred

9.6 Use Estimation with Sums and Differences

Module 10: Addition and Subtraction Within 1,000

10.1 Use Expanded Form to Add

10.2 Use Place Value to Add

10.3 Combine Place Values to Subtract

10.4 Use Place Value to Subtract

10.5 Choose a Strategy to Add or Subtract

10.6 Model and Solve Two-Step Problems

Module 11: Understand Perimeter

11.1 Describe Perimeter

11.2 Find Perimeter

11.3 Find Unknown Side Lengths

11.4 Represent Rectangles with the Same Area and Different Perimeters

11.5 Represent Rectangles with the Same Perimeter and Different Areas

Module 12: Time Measurement and Intervals

12.1 Tell and Write Time to the Minute

12.2 Use a.m. and p.m. to Describe Time

12.3 Measure Time Intervals

12.4 Find Start and End Times

12.5 Solve Time Interval Problems

Module 13: Understand Fractions as Numbers

13.1 Describe Equal Parts of a Whole

13.2 Represent and Name Unir Fractions

13.3 Represent and Name Fractions of a Whole

13.4 Represent and Name Fractions on a Number Line

13.5 Express Whole Numbers as Fractions

13.6 Represent and Name Fractions Greater Than 1

13.7 Use Fractions to Measure Lengths

Module 14: Relate Shapes, Fractions, and Area

14.1 Relate Fractions and Area

14.2 Partition Shapes into Equal Areas

14.3 Use Unit Fractions to Describe Area

Module 15: Compare Fractions

15.1 Compare Fractions Using Concrete and Visual Models

15.2 Compare Fractions with the Same Denominator

15.3 Compare Fractions with the Same Numerator

15.4 Use Reasoning Strategies to Compare Fractions

Module 16: Understand Equivalent Fractions

16.1 Represent Equivalent Fractions with Smaller Parts

16.2 Represent Equivalent Fractions with Larger Parts

16.3 Recognize and Generate Equivalent Fractions

Module 17: Liquid Volume and Mass

17.1 Estimate and Measure Liquid Volume

17.2 Estimate and Measure Mass

17.3 Solve Problems About Liquid Volume and Mass

Module 18: Represent and Interpret Data

18.1 Use Picture Graphs

18.2 Make Picture Graphs

18.3 Use Bar Graphs

18.4 Make Bar Graphs

18.5 Use Line Plots to Display Measurement Data

18.6 Make Line Plots to Display Measurement Data

18.7 Solve One- and Two-Step Problems Using Data

Module 19: Define Two-Dimensional Shapes

19.1 Describe Shapes

19.2 Describe Angles in Shapes

19.3 Describe Sides of Shapes

19.4 Define Quadrilaterals

Module 20: Categorize Two-Dimensional Shapes

20.1 Draw Quadrilaterals

20.2 Categorize Quadrilaterals

20.3 Categorize Plane Shapes