Addition, Subtraction, and Place Value
 Read, write, compare, order, and represent numbers to 10,000 using numbers, words, and symbols.
 Block Busters, Level S  use hundreds, tens, and ones to represent a number
 Lulu’s Lunch Counter, Level T  represent money in dollarsandcents format
 Cross Town Number Line, Level V  fill in numbers on a number line
 Cross Town Number Line, Level W  skip count by 25s to find the missing numbers on a number line
 Harrison’s Comparisons, Level I  determine which number is greater than or less than the other
 Harrison’s Comparisons, Level D  compare numbers with the larger number showing more weight on a balance scale
 Harrison's Comparisons, Level H  choose the number name that is equal to the sum given
 Harrison’s Comparisons, Level J  give the number in digits which equals the baseten blocks shown
 Harrison's Comparisons, Level K  compare a number in digits to a number shown in baseten blocks
 Harrison's Comparisons, Level L  compare the two sides of a scale, then choose < = or > to show the relationship between the digit and baseten blocks
 Harrison's Comparisons, Level M  same as above but with numbers in the thousands instead of the hundreds
 Lulu’s Lunch Counter, Level N  use coins to represent the amount of money shown
 Lulu’s Lunch Counter, Level V  show a given amount of money in a second way using coins and dollars
 Lulu’s Lunch Counter, Level O  choose the correct money amounts to place on two groups of coins
 Tiny's Think Tank, Level A  gameshow formatted questions on place value, addition and subtraction
 SpintoWin  twoplayer game, try to get the highest number by placing each digit one at a time
 Number TopIt  same as above but with cards in place of the spinner (from the makers of EDM)
 Round whole numbers through 10,000 to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand.
 Fluently and accurately add and subtract whole numbers using the standard regrouping algorithms.
 Counting Critters, Level F  add cows to stands to match addition problems
 Carnival Stories, Level P  addition paint balls
 Carnival Stories, Level N  addition using the countingon method; fill in the appropriate addend
 Carnival Stories, Level L  subtraction with fish
 Block Busters, Level V  use baseten blocks to add two threedigit numbers
 Carnival Stories, Level O  subtraction paint balls
 Carnival Stories, Level I  subtraction with hamsters
 Carnival Stories, Level Q  subtraction of tens using paintballs on a grid
 Lulu’s Lunch Counter, Level S  subtraction with regrouping
 Block Busters, Level Q  subtraction with regrouping using baseten blocks
 Block Busters, Level N  add three twodigit numbers using baseten blocks for reference
 Block Busters, Level X  subtraction using hundredblocks
 Lulu’s Lunch Counter, Level Q  subtract money to give the correct amount of change
 Carnival Stories, Level R  doubledigit addition using paint balls
 Carnival Stories, Level M  decide whether to use addition or subtraction, then solve the problem
 Name that Number  given the answer, find addition and subtraction solutions from available cards (from EDM)
 Deep Sea Duel  play a partner; try to be the first person to choose two cards that add up to the target number
 Quick Fact Practice
 Estimate sums and differences to approximate solutions to problems and determine reasonableness of answers.
 Estimating  choose whole numbers (not decimals) from the list of estimating activities
 Solve single and multistep word problems involving addition & subtraction of whole numbers & verify the solutions.
 Circus Fun  solve up to threedigit addition number stories
 Fruit Salad  Trip Chips  two brain teaser questions involving logical thinking
 Hoops  solve five word problems, then shoot hoops
Concepts of Multiplication and Division
 Represent multiplication as repeated addition, arrays, counting by multiples, and equal jumps on the number line.
 Represent division as equal sharing, repeated subtraction, equal jumps on the number line, and formation of equal groups of objects.
 Determine products, quotients, and missing factors using the inverse relationship between multiplication and division.
 Factor Game  from NCTM Illuminations  play against the computer or another player  fun on the smart board
 Apply and explain strategies to compute multiplication facts to 10 X 10 and the related division facts.
 Quickly recall those multiplication facts for which one factor is 1, 2, 5, or 10 and the related division facts.
 Solve and create word problems that match multiplication or division equations.
 Multiply any number from 11 through 19 by a singledigit number using the distributive property and place value concepts.
 Solve single and multistep word problems involving multiplication and division and verify the solutions.
Fraction Concepts
 Represent fractions that have denominators of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 12 as parts of a whole, parts of a set, and points on the number line.
 Compare and order fractions that have denominators of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 12.
 Represent and identify equivalent fractions with denominators of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 12.
 Solve single and multistep word problems involving comparison of fractions and verify the solutions.
Geometry
 Identify and sketch parallel, intersecting, and perpendicular lines and line segments.
 Identify and sketch right angles.
 Identify and describe special types of quadrilaterals (squares, rectangles, parallelograms, rhombi, trapezoids and kites).
 Ship Shapes, Level H  click on the shape asked for
 Ship Shapes, Level G  choose three of the same type of shape given the example
 Shapes Quiz  choose square, rectangle, parallelogram and rhombus
 Quad Squad  classify and describe quadrilaterals; covers square, rectangle, parallel, perpendicular, right angles and more
 Measure and calculate perimeters of quadrilaterals.
 Ship Shapes, Level W
 Linear Lab, Level F  measure the length of objects to the nearest quarterinch
 Tiny's Think Tank, Level M  gameshow format with questions on changing US Customary linear measurement (with other review topics)
 Tiny's Think Tank, Level Q  gameshow format with questions about changing metric linear measurement (with other review topics)
 Polar Planes, Level P  using figures on a geoboard, choose the polygon with the appropriate perimeter (in units)
 Linear Lab, Level E  choose the best unit of measure
 Linear Lab, Level H  estimate, then measure an object in centimeters
 Linear Lab, Level I  choose the best unit of measure
 Linear Lab, Level J  measure the length of an object in millimeters
 Area and Perimeter  brief explanation along with a game with three levels of difficulty (choose Perimeter)
 Perimeter Explorer  calculate the perimeter of shapes on a grid
 Solve single and multistep word problems involving perimeters of quadrilaterals and verify the solutions.
 Adam Ant  walk around figures with Adam Ant to find the perimeter
 Fence Me In  figure out the materials needed to build rectangular fences
Algebra, Geometry/Measurement, Data/Statistics/Probability
 Determine whether two expressions are equal and use “=” to denote equality.
 Measure temperature in degrees Fahrenheit and degrees Celsius using a thermometer.
 Temperature Quiz  read the thermometer correctly, multiple choice with three difficulty levels (BBC Skillwise)
 Tiny's Think Tank, Level P  gameshow formation with questions about the change in temperature on a thermometer (with other review topics)
 Temperature Game  drag items on left to the correct place on the thermometer
 Be a Scientist  estimate temperature using Celsius
 Hot Stuff  estimate temperatures using Fahrenheit
 Estimate, measure, and compare weight and mass using appropriatesized U.S. customary and metric units.
 Estimate, measure, and compare capacity using appropriatesized U.S. customary and metric units.
 Construct and analyze pictographs, frequency tables, line plots, and bar graphs.
 White Water Graphing, Level C  fill in the correct number based on pictograph data
 White Water Graphing, Level D  transfer data from a tally chart to a pictograph
 White Water Graphing, Level E  use a key from a pictograph to determine the amount of each item
 White Water Graphing, Level F  transfer data from a tally chart to a bar graph
 White Water Graphing, Level G  answer questions based on a bar graph
 White Water Graphing, Level J  answer questions based on a line graph
 White Water Graphing, Level K  answer questions based on a graph
 ArachnaGraph, Level A  answer questions based on a pictograph and key
 ArachnaGraph, Level B  locate and label information in a bar graph
 ArachnaGraph, Level C  make bar graphs to represent data in a table
 ArachnaGraph, Level D  make bar graphs to represent data in a table
 ArachnaGraph, Level E  analyze data using a frequency table and line plot
Extras
 Patterns
 Coordinate Grids
 ArachnaGraph, Level G  find the animal located at a given point on a grid
 ArachnaGraph, Level H  drag ordered pairs to the appropriate points on a coordinate grid
 Find Hurkle  find an invisible creature called a Hurkle who is lurking on the coordinate grid
Billy Bug  grub (food) is waiting for Billy Bug at designated coordinates on the graph  feed him
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