# K-5 Math

## 3rd Six Weeks

## Advanced Questioning

**Steps for planning questions:**

What's the lesson's objective?

Focus questioning around key concepts.

Ask pondering questions versus short answer.

Be clear and concise with what's being asked.

Questions should not be leading....meaning answers aren't obvious.

“Script” your main questions in advance.

## Kindergarten

**Topic 5: Numbers to 20**(Spiral Review Coins each day.) (25 days)

**Topic 9: Money** - (25 days) We aren't doing the enVision Topic 9 because it's not Texas aligned. Simply review coins at the start and end of lesson each day.

## Ten Frame Flash Cards

## Teen Number Posters

## Arrow Cards for Building and Decomposing Numbers

## Identifying Coins Video

## 1st Grade

**Topic 5 & 6: Addition and Subtraction**

## 2nd Grade

**TEK 4.2B: **Add up to four-digit numbers and subtract two-digit numbers using mental strategies and algorithms based on knowledge of place value and properties of operations.

**Topic 6: Adding 2-Digit Numbers** (10 day unit)

Adding on a Number Line (Teacher Resource)

**Topic 7: Subtracting 2-Digit Numbers** (15 day unit)

Subtraction with Regrouping Song

Subtracting on a Number Line (Teacher Resource)

The following resources below can be found in the Second Grade folder on the Waco ISD Google Drive or the Pearson Realize enVision online component under Teacher Resources- Teaching Tools.

## 2-Digit Addition Template This template can be used to help students add two-digit numbers. | ## 2-Digit Subtraction Template This template can be used to help students subtract two-digit numbers. | ## Math Grid This grid can be utilized to help students line up numbers in the correct place value. |

## 9-Sided Dice Template Addition or Subtraction War Game- Print two of these templates and label them with that numbers 0-9. Have students grouped in pairs. The Student A will roll both dice to determine the first two-digit number, and Student B will roll both dice afterwards to determine the second two-digit number. Students will race to solve the addition or subtraction problem, and first student that solves it correctly wins that round. The teacher has to tell students whether or not they will be adding or subtracting two-digit numbers before beginning the game. | ## Number Cards Template Number cards for the Take Four and Add game. | ## Take Four and Add Game Take Four and Add Game- Print 2-3 sets of number cards, but leave out numbers ten and eleven. Have students grouped in pairs. Number cards will be faced down on the table. Each player chooses four number cards and arranges them in their four boxes to make an addition problem with the highest possible total. Player who creates the largest total is the winner of the round. (You could also change the game for subtraction- Take Four and Subtract). |

## 9-Sided Dice Template

## Take Four and Add Game

## 3rd Grade

**TEK 3.4H: **Determine the number of objects in each group when a set of objects is partitioned into equal shares or a set of objects is shared equally.

**Topic 6: Meanings of Division** (10 day unit)

**TEK 3.4F: **Recall facts to multiply up to 10 by 10 with automaticity and recall the corresponding division facts.

**Topic 7: Division Facts** (15 day unit)

## The Doorbell Rang This is a great book to practice the meanings of division. | ## Race to the Moon! | ## GAMES!! |

## 4th Grade

**Topic 7: Number Sense: Dividing by 1-Digit Divisors**(10 day unit)

**Topic 8: Developing Proficiency: Dividing by 1-Digit Divisors** (15 day unit)

## Interpreting Remainders! TEK 4.4H - Solve with fluency one and two-step problems involving division, including interpreting remainders. | ## Division StrategiesTEK 4.4F - Use strategies and algorithms including the standard algorithm, to divide up to a 4-digit dividend by a 1-digit divisor. | ## Long Division Check out the long division PowerPoint above! |

## Interpreting Remainders!

## Division Strategies

TEK 4.4F - Use strategies and algorithms including the standard algorithm, to divide up to a 4-digit dividend by a 1-digit divisor.

## 5th Grade

**Topic 7: Adding and Subtracting Fractions**(10 day unit)

Prime and Composite Numbers Game - TEK 5.4A - Identify Prime and Composite Numbers

**Prime** - numbers that have only two factors, 1 and itself

**Composite** - numbers that have more than two factors

**1** is neither prime nor composite

**Topic 8: Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers** (10 day unit)

**Topic 9: Multiplying and Dividing Fractions** (10 day unit)

Dividing Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers

## TEK 5.3H - Represent and Solve Addition and Subtraction Fractions TEKS Resource System shows a multiple of ways to 'represent' the addition and subtraction of fractions. Each of the ways listed in the picture have several examples that all look different.
Clocks Ratio Tables Multi-Step or Multiple Operations | ## Adding and Subtracting FractionsFinding a Common Denominator:List the multiples of each of the denominators. The Least Common Multiple (LCM) will be the new denominator. | ## Multiplying Fractions TEK 5.3I - Represent and solve multiplication of a whole number and a fraction that refers to the same whole using objects and pictorial models, including area models. |

## TEK 5.3H - Represent and Solve Addition and Subtraction Fractions

Each of the ways listed in the picture have several examples that all look different.

**Not Pictured:**

Clocks

Ratio Tables

Multi-Step or Multiple Operations

## Adding and Subtracting Fractions

**Finding a Common Denominator:**

List the multiples of each of the denominators.

The Least Common Multiple (LCM) will be the new denominator.