# K-5 Math

## 1st 6 Weeks

## Welcome Back to School!

## Kindergarten

**Topic 15 - Data (8 day unit)**

**Topic 1 - Numbers 0-5 (9 day unit)**

**Topic 2 - Composing Numbers 0-5 (10 day unit)**

Check out this blog. It has great ideas for composing and decomposing numbers to 5.

## Playdough Numbers How fun is this hands-on K-5 Math activity! Students will choose a number card, use playdough to make the number, and make small playdough balls to match the number and place them on the ten frame. Only have students complete number cards 1-5. | ## Fast Five K-5 Math has this fun activity called Fast Five, where students race against a partner to find pairs of cards that equal 5. Ready, Set, Go! | ## Graph It! Did someone say data? Check out this cool Have Fun Teaching resource. Students get an opportunity to practice using data to create and analyze bar graphs. |

## Playdough Numbers

## Fast Five

## Graph It!

## 1st Grade

**Topic 3 - 5 & 10 Relationships (7 day unit)**

BetterLesson has some great lessons! Check out the lesson for Representing Numbers on a Ten-Frame.

**Topic 1 - Understanding Addition (14 day unit)**

ThoughtCo. - A great site that explains Subitizing and gives you several activities to use in your classroom.

**Topic 2 - Understanding Subtraction (15 day unit)**

Math Coach's Corner - Developing Part/Whole Thinking - Great read and activities!

## Classifying Addition and Subtraction Problems

## Addition Problem TypesMake sure students are familiar with the following addition problem types according to TEKS Resource System:
- Joining action result unknown
- Joining action change unknown
- Joining action start unknown
- Part-part-whole whole unknown
- Part-part-whole unknown
- Additive comparison difference unknown
- Additive comparison compare quantity (larger quantity) unknown
| ## Subtraction Problem TypesMake sure students are familiar with the following subtraction problem types according to TEKS Resource System:
- Separating action result unknown
- Separating action change unknown
- Joining action start unknown
- Part-part-whole whole unknown
- Part-part-whole part unknown
- Additive comparison difference unknown
- Additive comparison compare quantity (larger quantity) unknown
| ## Math Literature Connection Rooster's Off to See the World by Eric Carle There is a video version of the book on YouTube, check it out! This book helps students experience and develop the concept of addition as Rooster's friends joined him on his trip to see the world, and subtraction as some friends decided to go home when the sun goes down. |

## Addition Problem Types

Make sure students are familiar with the following addition problem types according to TEKS Resource System:

**Addition Problem Types**

- Joining action result unknown
- Joining action change unknown
- Joining action start unknown
- Part-part-whole whole unknown
- Part-part-whole unknown
- Additive comparison difference unknown
- Additive comparison compare quantity (larger quantity) unknown

## Subtraction Problem Types

Make sure students are familiar with the following subtraction problem types according to TEKS Resource System:

**Subtraction Problem Types**

- Separating action result unknown
- Separating action change unknown
- Joining action start unknown
- Part-part-whole whole unknown
- Part-part-whole part unknown
- Additive comparison difference unknown
- Additive comparison compare quantity (larger quantity) unknown

## Math Literature Connection

There is a video version of the book on YouTube, check it out! This book helps students experience and develop the concept of addition as Rooster's friends joined him on his trip to see the world, and subtraction as some friends decided to go home when the sun goes down.

## 2nd Grade

**Topic 1: Addition Strategies (11 day unit)**

Mr. Elementary Math - The Counting on Strategy

K5Math - Great resource for activities.

**Topic 2: Subtraction Strategies (10 day unit)**

Proud to be Primary - Addition and Subtraction Activities

**Topic 3: Numbers to 1,200 (10 day unit)**

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits - Number Activities

## Did You Know... According to TEKS Resource System, these are the strategies that our students should be familiar with when solving addition problems. Our favorite is the "In-betweens". What's yours? | ## Ten Flashing Flashing Fireflies One summer evening, two children catch ten fireflies at dusk and put them in a jar to light up their bedroom. The children soon find that the fireflies lose their glow when trapped in the jar, and decide to set them free, counting as they fly off, one by one, lighting up the night sky once more. | ## Subtraction Strategies These subtraction strategies are found in TEKS Resource System. |

## Did You Know...

## Ten Flashing Flashing Fireflies

## 3rd Grade

**Topic 1: Numeration (11 day unit)**

Must include expanded notation!

**Topic 2: Number Sense: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers (10 day unit)**

Math Coach's Corner - Open Number Lines

**Topic 3: Developing Proficiency: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers (10 day unit)**

K-5 Learning - 3 - Digit Addition Split

## Place Value Party Take a look at this Have Fun Teaching activity! This activity will help students build their number sense. Students have to build four digit numbers using a place value chart and base-10 cards. Challenge students to think of alternate ways to represent the same number. For example, 572 can be represented such as but not limited to: - 572 ones
- 57 tens, 2 ones
- 5 hundreds, 72 ones
| ## Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction Check out this K-5 Math addition and subtraction activity! Students will work with a partner to solve addition and subtraction word problems using strategies and algorithms. | ## Composing and Decomposing Numbers Region 18 has a variety of activities that gives students the opportunity to practice and apply important grade-level skills! Check out this Question Stack activity, where students compose and decompose numbers up to 100,000 using objects, pictorial models, and numbers. |

## Place Value Party

Challenge students to think of alternate ways to represent the same number. For example, 572 can be represented such as but not limited to:

- 572 ones
- 57 tens, 2 ones
- 5 hundreds, 72 ones

## Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction

## Composing and Decomposing Numbers

## 4th Grade

**Topic 1: Place Value (14 day unit)**

Must include expanded notation!

StudyJams! Video- Place Value reviews place value.

**Topic 2: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers and Decimals (13 day unit)**

## Math Literature Connection How Much is a Million? by David Schwartz The video version can be found on YouTube. This book will help students grasp a better understanding of about how much a million is, and beyond. Incorporating this book is an engaging way to connect math and literature! | ## Numeral, Word, and Expanded Form K-5 Math has this activity that gives students an opportunity to generate a number using numeral cards, and then representing the number they created in numeral, word, and expanded form. Challenge students to represent the number in expanded notation as well. | ## Representing Place Value Region 18 has this fun Quick Flips activity, where students can practice representing the value of a digit in whole numbers using expanded notation and numerals. |

## Math Literature Connection

The video version can be found on YouTube. This book will help students grasp a better understanding of about how much a million is, and beyond. Incorporating this book is an engaging way to connect math and literature!

## Numeral, Word, and Expanded Form

## Representing Place Value

## 5th Grade

**Topic 1: Place Value (8 day unit)**

Must include expanded notation!

**Topic 2: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers and Decimals (6 day unit)**

YouTube Video- Line 'em Up reviews the importance of lining up decimals before adding and subtracting decimals.

**Topic 3: Multiplying Whole Numbers and Decimals (13 day unit)**

## Math Literature Connection 365 Penguins by Jean-Lu Fromental After students listen to the story | ## Decimal Animals How exciting is this K-5 Math Decimal Animals activity! Students would have so much fun creating an animal using base-10 blocks. After students create an animal, they would calculate the total value of their animal. | ## Comparing and Ordering Decimals Look at this Region 18 Dominoes activity! Students are going to have so much fun playing dominoes, while practicing comparing and ordering decimals. |

## Math Literature Connection

After students listen to the story *365 Penguins, *K-5 Math has a math activity linked to the storyline. This is a great way to connect literature and math!