# Math Replacement Update February 12, 2015 Topics Covered

```Math Replacement Update
February 12, 2015
Topics Covered
Topics Covered
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Students compare decimals using
base-10 blocks. They append zeros
to decimals in order to compare
them. Then they put sets of
decimals in sequential order.
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Students discuss different methods
in which to add and subtract
decimals.
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withdrawals in savings accounts and
Students practice finding partial
quotients by using easy multiples of
the divisor.
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Students review factors and
exponents to determine prime
factorization of multi-digit numbers.
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Students practice division facts and
extended facts. They use multiples
of a given number to rename
numbers.
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Students use friendly number to
solve problems with 1-digit divisors.
Students review the relationship
among base-10 blocks. They name
collections of base-10 blocks as
fractions and decimals to
thousandths.
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Students model the multiplication
and division rules for finding
equivalent fractions. They also
review how to rename fractions in
simplest form.
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Apply the concept of a multiple to
rename fractions with a common
subtract fractions.
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Multiply and divide proper,
improper, and mixed fractions.
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Convert between fractions,
decimals, and percents.
Coming Up
Coming Up
Coming Up
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Measure objects and distances to
the nearest centimeter and
millimeter
Describe relationships among metric
units of length
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Topics Covered
Make magnitude estimates for
quotients
Interpret the remainder in number
story solutions
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Use scale to determine actual size
Use extended multiplication facts to
convert between metric
measurements
Unit test
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Write and solve number sentences
that model division number stories
Find the value of an algebraic
expression
Unit test
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TRIMESTER II ENDS  Friday, February 26
Use a unit percent to calculate the
percent of a number
Prepare and teach a pre-algebra
lesson
th
Interpret data displayed as
percents and draw conclusions