Landmarks in the Thousands
Vocabulary and Essential Questions
Diagonal ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS
Arrangement 1. Name all the factors of (name a number ).
Layer How do you know you have named them all?
Predict 2. What does it mean to estimate?
Ahundreds 3. How is estimating different from rounding?
Estimate 4. How can decomposing numbers make this problem
Most easier to solve?
Closest 5. How can using "landmark numbers" make this
Expanded form problem easier to solve?
Greater than (>)
Less than (<)
Vocabulary for Different Shapes Equal Pieces
fair shares vertical
strategies mixed number
flip landmark numbers
symmetrical Essential Questions
visualize 1. How do ou know which fraction is larger/smaller?
fraction 2. Can you name some other fractions that are equal
fractional to one-half?
square units 3. How can you prove these fractions are equivalent?
square 4. What landmark fraction is _____closest to?
Vocabulary for Packages & Groups
multiples Essential Questions
dividend 1. How is multiplication like repeated addition?
arrays 2. How is division like repeated subtraction?
area 3. What happens when a division problem does
symmetry not work out equally?
estimate 4. Explain your strategy for solving this problem?
Vocabulary for Changes Over Time
bar graph qualitative
changes scale representations
circle graph sequence
increase Essential Questions
interval 1. Using sequence words, tell how yu made your graph?
line graph 2. Where is the greatest/least change on the graph?
measurement 3. Does the x-axis go horizontally or vertically?
pictograph 4. Does the y-axis go horizontally or vertically?
Vocabulary for Money, Miles, and Large Numbers
change Essential Questions
exact 1. How did you estimate?
decimal point 2. What is the question asking you?
equivalent 3. How can you use what you already know to help you
miles solve this new problem?
tenths of a mile
decimal number 4. Which is larger ____or____? (name two decimals)
less than 1
ones tens 5. Name a fraction equivalent to _____? (name a decimal
hundreds in tenths)
a quarter of a mile
scale of miles
greater than >
less than <
Vocabulary for The Shape of Data
line plot Essential Questions
range 1. Can you organize and display data collected from
outlier a survey question that interests you?
clumps 2. What did you notice about the data in the
clusters representation and the actual set of data?
holes 3. Can you make a different representation of the data?
middle value 4. Would the data change if you asked the same
summarizing question to _______? (name another group)
center 5. Can you write a decimal that represents 1/2? 1/4? 3/4?
compare 6. Can you write a fraction that represents 0.5, 0.25, 0.75?
decimal (0.5 = 1/2)
arrange column rotation/turn
hundreds Essential Questions
line of symmetry 1. I have _____ cents. How much more do I need to
pairs make $1.00?
predict 2. Identify the angle (in pattern blocks) as acute, right,
reflection or obtuse.
related 3. Describe and use techniques such as reflections
rhombus (flips), rotations (turns), and translations (slides).
rotational symmetry 4. Identify and describe line symmetry in two-
round dimensional shapes.
Sunken Ships and Grid Patterns
blocks (on a grid)
horizontal number line
negative coordinates Essential Questions
points (on a grid) 1. When locating a point on a coordinate grid, which
positive coordinates axis is named first?
units (on a grid) 2. When locating a point on a coordinate grid, which
vertical number line axis is named last?
y-axis 3. What is the shortest path from _____and ______?
(pick two points on the grid, use aboth + and - coordinates)
4. How many blocks is it from _____to _______?
(pick two points on the grid, use both + and - coordinates)
Vocabulary for Three Out of Four Like Spaghetti
categorize Essential Questions
compare 1. Which landmark fraction is closest to _____?
conclusions 2. What does the numerator represent in a fraction?
denominator 3. What does the denominator represent in a fraction?
fractions 4. How can we collect, record, and organize data
graph about __________________?
numerator 5. Use fractions to describe the data.
Vocabulary for Arrays and Shares
common (usual) width
different Essential Questions
dimension 1. How can you know when you have found all the
division arrays for one number?
factor 2. Are there any numbers with only one array?
greater than (>) 3. Did anyone solve the problem in a different way?
less than (<)