
The big ideas we are learning...

English Language Arts
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Math
Lesson 3: Students will use metric units of liquid volume.Lesson 2: Students will use customary units of liquid volume.
Lesson 1: Students will measure length in inches, half inches, and quarter inches with rulers.
Unit 3 Big Idea 1: Length, Capacity, Weight, and Mass
Lesson 15: Students will use the Common Core Content Standards and practices in a variety of real world problem solving situations.
Lesson 14: Students will build fluency with 0s, 1s. 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, and 10s multiplications and divisions.
Lesson 13: Students will use strategies to fluently multiply and divide within 100 and solve two step word problems.
Lesson 12: Students will use place value and properties to multiply one digit numbers by multiples of 10.
Lesson 11: Students will develop strategies for solving two step word problems.
Lesson 10: Students will develop strategies for solving two step word problems.
Lesson 9: Students will represent and solve word problems using the four operations.
Big Idea 2: Problem Solving and Multiples of 10
Lesson 8: Students will build fluency with 0s, 1s. 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, and 10s multiplications and divisions.
Lesson 7: Students will practice 6s, 7s, and 8s multiplications and divisions.
Lesson 6: Students will understand what a square number is and describe square number patterns in the multiplication table.
Lesson 5: Students will explore patterns in 7s countbys, multiplications, and divisions and solve multiplication problems.
Lesson 4: Students will write multiplication and division word problems of various types.
Lesson 3: Students will explore patterns in 8s countbys, multiplications, and divisions and solve multiplication problems.
Lesson 2: Students will develop strategies for solving realworld area problems.
Lesson 1: Students will explore patterns in 6s countbys, multiplications, and divisions and solve multiplication problems.
Unit 2 Big Idea 1: The Remaining Multiplications
Lesson 19: Students will use the Common Core Content Standards and Practices in a variety of real world problem solving situations.Lesson 18: Students will practice multiplications and divisions and solve word problems for 0s, 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 9s, and 10s.
Lesson 17: Students will practice with 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 9s, and 10s multiplications and divisions.
Lesson 16: Students will identify, solve, and create multiplication and division word problems.
Lesson 15: Students will use multiplication properties and division rules as strategies to multiply and divide with 1 and 0.
Big Idea 4: Multiply with 1 and 0
Lesson 14: Students will build fluency with 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 9s, and 10s multiplications and divisions.
Lesson 13: Students will develop multiplications and division strategies and use them to solve problems.
Lesson 12: Students will look for patterns in 4s multiplications and countbys and learn a strategy for finding 4s countbys, and solve problems involving 4s.
Lesson 11: Students will use the area model for multiplications.
Lesson 10: Students will look for patterns in and practice 3s countbys, multiplications, and divisions, and learn a new strategy for finding products of multipliers greater than 5.Big Idea 3: Strategies for Factors and Products: 3s and 4sLesson 9: Students will build fluency with 2s,5s, 9s, and 10s multiplications and divisions.Lesson 8: Students will identify patterns in 9s multiplications and divisions and learn a strategy for quickly multiplying and dividing with 9s.Lesson 7: Students will explore patterns in 10s countbys, multiplications, and divisions and represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division with 10.Lesson 6: Students will build fluency with 2s and 5s multiplications and divisions.Big Idea 2: Patterns and Strategies: 9s and 10s
Lesson 5: Students will identify patterns in 2s countbys and multiplications and relate multiplication and division.
Lesson 4: Students will relate division to multiplication with an unknown factor.
Lesson 3: Students will use multiplication and drawings to represent array situations and the Commutative Property.
Lesson 2: Students will use multiplication and drawings to represent equal groups situations.
Lesson 1: Students will identify and use patterns to multiply with 5.
Unit 1 Big Idea 1: Meanings of Multiplication and Division: 5s and 2s