# Curriculum Connections 2020-2021

## K-5 Math- September

## Zero Unit- All Grade Levels

This year we started the first four days of school with Unit 0. This unit was designed to launch the rules and procedures for math workshop using the icons and language from this math norms poster.

## Kindergarten Math

## Count Quantities 1-5 Throughout Topic 1, students use the standard list of counting words in order (one, two, three, four, five). They learn to count a set of objects by pairing each object with one and only one number. Students will learn the important role 0 plays in counting. | ## Cardinality of a Group of Objects Students learn the important concepts that when counting a group of objects, the last number said tells how many objects are in the group. The number of objects in the group is not affected by their arrangement. | ## Read and Write Numerals 0 to 5 Students read numerals 1 to 5 and use tracing and dot prompts to write the numerals that tell how many objects are counted. |

## Count Quantities 1-5

Throughout Topic 1, students use the standard list of counting words in order (one, two, three, four, five). They learn to count a set of objects by pairing each object with one and only one number. Students will learn the important role 0 plays in counting.

## Cardinality of a Group of Objects

Students learn the important concepts that when counting a group of objects, the last number said tells how many objects are in the group. The number of objects in the group is not affected by their arrangement.

## 1st Grade Math

## Addition Strategies Students use strategies to develop fluency with adding within 10. Strategies include counting on, doubles and near doubles, add 5 and add to 10. | ## Subtraction Strategies Students use strategies to develop fluency with subtracting within 10. Strategies include counting back and think addition to subtract. | ## Addition and Subtraction Word Problems Students use addition and subtraction facts to 10 to solve word problems. |

## Addition Strategies

Students use strategies to develop fluency with adding within 10. Strategies include

**counting on**,**doubles**and**near doubles**,**add 5 and add to 10**.## Subtraction Strategies

Students use strategies to develop fluency with subtracting within 10. Strategies include

**counting back**and**think addition to subtract**.## 2nd Grade Math

## Add and Subtract Within 20 Students use addition strategies such as counting on, adding in any order, using doubles and near doubles, making 10, and analyzing addition fact patterns. Students use subtraction strategies such as counting on and counting back, thinking addition to subtract, and making 10. | ## Even or Odd Numbers Students develop their understanding of even and odd numbers and examine patterns related to even and odd numbers. | ## Equal Groups Students use repeated addition and write equations to find the total number of objects in an array. Students learn to connect the parts of the equation to the array. |

## Add and Subtract Within 20

Students use addition strategies such as counting on, adding in any order, using doubles and near doubles, making 10, and analyzing addition fact patterns.

Students use subtraction strategies such as counting on and counting back, thinking addition to subtract, and making 10.

## Even or Odd Numbers

Students develop their understanding of even and odd numbers and examine patterns related to even and odd numbers.

## 3rd Grade Math

## Multiplication Situations Students will look at equal-group situations and arrays while looking at a bar model and number lines as well. | ## Division Situations Students will look at Equal Groups: Group Size Unknown and Equal Groups: Number of Groups Unknown using bar diagrams | ## Patterns in Multiplication Students will look at patterns in multiplication, properties and situations involving equal groups. |

## Multiplication Situations

Students will look at equal-group situations and arrays while looking at a bar model and number lines as well.

## Division Situations

Students will look at Equal Groups: Group Size Unknown and Equal Groups: Number of Groups Unknown using bar diagrams

## 4th Grade Math

## Place Value Students will look at different ways to represent whole numbers in standard, word and expanded form. They will also look at place-value relationships. | ## Compare and Round Whole Numbers Students will compare multi-digit whole numbers and rounding numbers finding the nearest multiple of a specified power of 10. | ## Fluently Add and Subtract Multi-Digit Whole Numbers Students will use mental math to add and subtract using the different properties. They will also look at the standard algorithm. |

## Place Value

Students will look at different ways to represent whole numbers in standard, word and expanded form. They will also look at place-value relationships.

## Compare and Round Whole Numbers

Students will compare multi-digit whole numbers and rounding numbers finding the nearest multiple of a specified power of 10.

## 5th Grade Math

## Whole-Number Place Value Students will be learning about the exponents and the power of 10 as well as place value relationships in whole numbers. | ## Decimal Place Value Students will learn the relationships in decimals and how to read and write decimals. They will also compare and round decimals. | ## Use Models and Strategies to Add and Subtract Decimals Students will develop number sense by using mental math to add and subtract decimals as well as estimate sums and differences. They will also add and subtract decimals. |

## Whole-Number Place Value

Students will be learning about the exponents and the power of 10 as well as place value relationships in whole numbers.

## Decimal Place Value

Students will learn the relationships in decimals and how to read and write decimals. They will also compare and round decimals.