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Read
and write numbers to 10,000 in both numberals and words, and relate
them to the quantities they represent, e.g., relate numeral or
written word to a display of dots or objects.

Identify
the place value of a digit in a number, e.g., in 3,241, 2 is in
the hundreds place. Recognize and use expanded notation for numbers
using place value through 9,999, e.g., 2,517 is 2000 + 500 + 10
+ 7; 4 hundreds and 2 ones is 402.
Place Value Chart (aaamath.com)

Place Value Playoff (quia.com)

Compare and order numbers up to 10,000.

Compare Numbers up to 10,000 (EZ School)

Practice Comparing Numbers (quia.com)

*Caterpillar
Slider* for Ordering Numbers (set max to 10,000)

Know that even numbers end in 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8; name a whole number quantity that can be shared in two equal group or grouped into pairs with no remainders; recognize even numbers as multiples of 2. Know that odd numbers end in 1,3,5,7, or 9, and work with patterns involving even and odd numbers.

Play
*Ghost Blasters* for Even Numbers

Play
*Ghost Blasters* for Odd Numbers

Identify Numbers as Odd or Even

*The
Dragon's Eggs *(ictgames.com)

Play
*Math Journey *(pick addition or subtraction
for 3-digit numbers)

www.quiz-tree.com Estimation (adding)

Use mental strategies to fluently add and subtract two-digit numbers.Mental Math (adding: Scroll up the page for a lesson)

Mental Math (subtracting: Scroll up the page for a lesson)

Use multiplication and division fact families to understand the inverse relationship of these two operations, e.g., because 3 x 8 = 24, we know that 24 ÷ 3 = 8 or 24 ÷ 8= 3; express a multiplication statement as an equivalent division statement.

Convert between Multiplication and Division Number Sentences

Write Fact Family Sentences (EZ School)

Recognize situations that can be solved using multiplication and division including finding "How many groups?" and "How many in a group?" and write mathematical statements to represent those situations.Beacon
Web Lesson (*Cameron's Trip*)

Harcourt Multiplication Practice (Pick Multiplication, facts up to 10)

Play
*The Timernator *(formerly *ArithmAttack*)
(make high number 10)

Multiplication Facts (0-9) with printable reports

Find solutions to open sentences, such as 7 x ? = 42 or 12 ÷ ?= 4, using the inverse relationship between multiplication and division.Use Multiplication Facts to Complete Division Sentences

Use Division Facts to Complete Multiplication Sentences

Mentally calculate simple products and quotients up to a three-digit number by a one-digit number involving multiples of 10, e.g., 500 x 6, or 400 ÷ 8. Solve division problems involving remainders, viewing the remainder as the "number left over," interpret based on problem context, e.g., when we have 25 children with 4 children per group then there are 6 groups with 1 child left over. PlayGiven problems that use any one of the four operations with approprite numbers, represent with objects, words (including "product" and "quotient"), and mathematical statements; solve.

Beacon
Web Lesson *(Is That a Fact?*)

Naming Circle Pieces as Fractions

Recognize,
name, and use equivalent fractions with denominators 2, 4, and
8, using strips as area models.

Online Fraction Bars (mathplayground.com)

Use Bars to Create Equivalent Fractions (Directions are at bottom of page)

Place fractions with denominators of 2, 4, and 8 on the number line; relate the number line to a ruler; compare and order up to three fractions with denominators 2,4, and 8.Play
*The Ruler Game* (click on eighths)

Use bars to create fractions that you create

Understand that any fraction can be written as a sum of unit fractions, e.g., 3/4 = 1/4 + 1/4 + 1/4. Use Bars to Add Unit Fractions Recognize that addition and subtraction of fractions with equal denominators can be modeled by joining or taking away segments on the number line.Use Bars to Add and Subtract Fractions with Equal Denominators

Understand and relate decimal fractions to fractional parts of a dollar, e.g., 1/2 dollar = $0.50; 1/4 dollar = $0.25. EduPlace Quiz (Click lesson 20.7 : Relate Decimals, Fractions, and Money)Measure Lengths (thatquiz.com)

Measure in mixed units within the same measurement system for length, weight, and time: feet and inches, meters and centimeters, kilograms and grams, pounds and ounces, leters and millilters, hours and minutes, minutes and seconds, years and months. Understand relationships between sizes of standard units, e.g., feet and inches, meters and centimeters.Know
benchmark temperatures such as freezing (32 °F,
0 °C);
boiling (212 °F,
100 °C);
and compare temperatures to these, e.g., cooler, warmer.

Beacon
Web Lesson : Metric (*Be A Scientist*)

Beacon
Web Lesson : U.S. (*Hot Stuff*)

Play
*Shape Surveyor* (click on Area and Perimeter)

Add and subtract lengths, weights, and times using mixed units within the same measurement system.

PAPER & PENCIL are needed for the links below:

Add and subtract money in dollars and cents.Add Money Online (paper & pencil needed)

Subtract Money Online (paper & pencil needed)

Solve applied problems involving money, length, and time.Elapsed Time Matching (quia.com)

Play
*Cash Out* (money problems)

Math.com Geometry Lesson (includes parallel, perpendicular, intersecting, & skew)

Identify perpendicular lines and parallel lines in familiar shapes and in the classroom. Identify parallel faces of rectangular prisms in familiar shapes and in the classroom.Learn about Faces (excludes parallel)

Identify Shapes of Faces (excludes parallel)

Identify, describe, compare, and classify two-dimensional shapes, e.g., parallelogram, trapezoid, circle, rectangle, square, and rhombus, based on their component parts (angles, sides, vertices, line segment) and on the number of sides and vertices.BBC Activity for Sorting 2-D Figures

Compose and decompose triangles and rectangles to form other familiar two-dimensional shapes, e.g., form a rectangle using two congruent right triangles, or decompose a parallelogram into a rectangles and two right triangles.Core

Identify, describe, build, and classify familiar three-dimensional solids, e.g., cube, rectangular prism, sphere, pyramid, cone, based on their component parts (faces, surfaces, bases, edges, vertices). Represent front, top, and side views of solids built with cubes.Create Solids with Cubes (NLVM)

Explore Views of Rectangular Solids

Read and interpret bar graphs in both horizontal and vertical forms. Read scales on the axes and identify the maximum, minimum, and range of values in a bar graph.Make Changes to a Graph (use your own minimum, maximum, axes labels, data set)

Find Data Landmarks (Click range only)

Extended Core

Answer Questions about Bar Graphs

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