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Math Replacement Update March 24, 2016 Topics Covered Students make magnitude estimates for products. Students use the partial-products algorithm to solve multiplication problems with 1- and 2-digit multipliers. Topics Covered Students compare pairs of fractions, find equivalent fractions, and continue their exploration of fraction addition. Students use the lattice method to solve multiplication problems with 1and 2-digit multipliers Students use the multiplication and division, compare to ½, and compare between 0 and 1 rules for finding equivalent fractions. Students use the traditional method to solve multiplication problems with 1- and 2-digit multipliers. Students order fractions and decimals on a number line. Students identify digits and their values in whole numbers to hundred billions. Students name and convert between mixed numbers, improper fractions, and decimals. Students read, write, and compare large numbers. Topics Covered Students use protractors to measure and draw angles. Students solve problems involving supplementary and vertical angles. They also determine angle measures and angle sums in triangles quadrangles. Students review how to plot ordered number pairs on a rectangular coordinate grid. They plot and name vertices of polygons. Students review and perform isometry transformations, including reflections, translations, and rotations. Students use the correct notation to write terminating and repeating decimals. Coming Up Coming Up Coming Up - - - - Week of March 28 - - - - - - - - Week of March 28 - - - - - - - - Week of March 28 - - - - Spring Break Spring Break Spring Break - - - - Week of April 4 - - - - - - - - Week of April 4 - - - - - - - - Week of April 4 - - - - PARCC testing begins Solve multiplication and division number stories Solve division problems using the partial-quotient method PARCC testing begins Add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators Add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators PARCC testing begins Identify the absolute value of rational numbers Describe a general pattern for a number sentence SCHOLASTIC DYNAMATH / MATH MAGAZINE are DUE Monday, April 4th