6th Grade Science Curriculum Map by WHND9499


									                                                      4th Grade Math Curriculum Map
Aug.           Sept.                  Oct.             Nov.                Dec.              Jan.          Feb.              March April                   May
Number         Number                 Number           Number              Geometry/         Geome-        Geometry          Probabil- Probabil-           Algebra
Computa-       Computation            Computa-         Computa-            Measure-          try/Meas      /Measure          ity/Statis- ity/Statis-
tion                                  tion             tion                ment              urement       ment              tics        tics
Students       Students will          Students will    Students will       Students will     Students      Students          Students       Students        Students will
will read,     determine              read, write,     understand and      analyze           will relate   will measure                     will
                                                                                                                             will explore circle draw       compare and
write, and     factors/multiples      and identify     apply               structures of     time to       and find          graphs.        conclusions     contrast number
model whole    of a whole             decimals         computational       geometric         days,         area and                         based on        patterns.
numbers        number.                through one-     procedures for      figures (e.g.,    weeks,        perimeter of      Students       data.
from 0 to                             thousandths      adding,             points, rays,     months,       a rectangle.      will choose                    Students
1,000,000,     Students will          with             subtracting,        lines,            and years.                      appropriate Students           will explore
developing     compare unit           manipulatives    multiplying, and    segments,                       Students          means to       will make       variables and
place value    fractions (e.g.,       .                dividing whole      perpendicular     Students      will measure      collect and predictions        solve equations
for hundred    numerator of 1)                         numbers using       lines, parallel   will add      and find          represent      to              using variables.
thousands      using                  Students will    memorized basic     lines, angles).   and           perimeter of      data.          determine
and            manipulatives.         develop          facts.                                subtract      regular/irre                     the fairness    Students will
millions.                             equivalent                           Students will     time.         gular             Students       of possible     Formulate rules
               Students will          relationships    Students will add   investigate                     shapes; and       will explore outcomes of       for number
Students       investigate            between          and subtract        geometric         Students      measure           line graphs simple             relationships.
will order     multiple               common           fractions with      relationship      will read     and find the      to show        probability
and            representations of     fractions,       common              (e.g.,            and record    area of           change         experiments Students will
compare        equivalent             decimals, and    denominators        similarity,       tempera-      rectangle.        over time.     using a         graph points on
numbers to     fractions (e.g., 1/2   whole            using               congruence)       tures to                                       variety of      a number line.
1,000,000.     = 3/6) with            numbers (e.g.,   manipulatives       through           the nearest   Students          Students       appropriate
               manipulatives.         1/2 = 0.5, 4/2   and/or diagrams.    manipulatives     degree.       will              will pose      manipula-       Students will
Students                              = 2, 2 = 2.0).                       and drawings.                   exchange          questions,     tives.          represent
will                                                   Students will                                       units (e.g.,      collect,                       and describe
understand                            Students will    add, subtract,      Students will                   linear,           organize,      Students        relationships
the relative                          explore          multiply, and       compare and                     volume,           and display will use           through the use
magnitude                             appropriate      divide whole        explore non-                    mass) within      data.          counting        of variables,
of whole                              estimation       numbers.            standard                        a                                techniques      ordered pairs,
numbers to                            procedures.                          units for                       measuremen                       and/or tables tolists in tables,
1,000,000.                                                                 measuring                       t system                         explore         plots on graphs,
                                                                           angles.                         (e.g., 2 feet =                  probability     and patterns.
                                                                                                           24 inches).                      experiments.

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