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Scope and Sequence – 1st Nine Weeks
**Imbed the following TEKS throughout all nine weeks

Focus on vocabulary throughout year

4.14 (A) Identify the mathematics in everyday situations
4.14 (B) Solve problems that incorporate understanding the problem, making a plan, carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for
reasonableness
4.14 (C) Select or develop an appropriate problem solving strategy, including drawing a picture, looking for a pattern, systematic guessing and
checking, acting it out, making a table, working a simpler problem, or working backward to solve a problem
4.14 (D) Use tools such as real objects, manipulatives, and technology to solve problems
4.15 (A) Explain and report observations using objects, word, pictures, numbers, and technology
4.15 (B) Relate informal language to mathematical language and symbols
4.16 (A) Make generalizations from patterns or sets of examples and non examples
4.16 (B) Justify why an answer is reasonable and explain the solution process

All Year: Target Math and Target the Question
TEKS                           Unit/Bundle        Duration       Resources                                             Teacher Notes/
Best Practices
4.1(A) Use place value to        Number           10 days        ATM p. 178                                            Place Value Fable
read, write, compare, and                                        SE: 4-11, 12-23, 20-23, 552, H2                       Who Has More
order whole numbers              Concepts                                                                              Place Value Game
through 999,999,999                                                                                                    Place Value Packets &
Numbers
Race for 100
Make a 100 Whole

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4.1 (B) Use place value to       Number     5 days   Kamico Book 1 pp. 9-34, Dare to Compare           Big Blank Number Line
read, write, compare, and                            SE: 422-437, 450-453, 458-461
order decimals involving         Concepts
tenths and hundredths,
including money, using
concrete objects and
pictorial models
4.5 (A) round whole              Number     5 days   Kamico Book 1 pp. 246-253, Estimation Sensation   Rounding Rap
numbers to the nearest ten,                          Kamico Book 1 pp. 254-270, Draco, the
hundred, or thousand to          Concepts            Unroundable
approximate reasonable                               SE: 34-37, 40-43, 48-49, 186-187, 228-229, 350-
results in problem situations.                       351
4.3 (A) Use addition and         Number     5 days   Kamico Book 1 pp. 90-91, Add-Vantage
subtraction to solve                                 Kamico Book 1 pp. 92-97, Subtraction Action
problems involving whole         Concepts            Kamico Book 1 pp. 98-105, Great American Road
numbers and perimeter                                Race
(4.12)                                               ATM p. 192                                        101 & out
SE: 32-33, 38-59, 44-47, 68-83, H7
4.3 (B) Add and subtract         Number     5 days   Kamico Book 1 pp. 108-188, Cardboard Decimals     Decimal Cookie Stand
decimals to the hundredths                           Kamico Book 1 pp. 199-128, Decimal Duos           Recipes
place using concrete objects     Concepts            SE: 446-449, 450-461, 454-457, 454B, H8           Decimal Grids
and pictorial models                                 TE Volume: pgs 454A, 458B
4.4 (C) Recall and apply         Number     5 days   Kamico Book 1 pp. 161-163, Multiplication Seek    Triangle Facts
multiplication facts through                         and Find                                          Multiplication Arrays
12 x 12                          Concepts            Daily multiplication fact test suggested order:   Pattern Block Multiplication
2, 5, 10, 0, 1, 3, 6, 9, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12          Multiplication Squares
SE: 100-109, 118-119, 123, 142-147, 152-171,
184-197, 206-215, 128-129, 206-215
4.4 (A) Model factors and        Number     4 days   Kamico Book 1 pp. 132-145, Seating Array-         Let’s Make Arrays
products using arrays and                            gement
area models. (4.12 A)            Concepts            ATM p. 197-199                                    Candy Boxes
SE: 100-103, 130-133, 152-155, 188-189, 234-235

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Math Literature                 Math Websites                              Math Resources
The King’s Chessboard               www.creativemathematics.com                Kamico
Anno’s Mysterious Multiplying Jar   www.funbrain.com                           Assessment pages: pp. 35-36, 106-107, 129-
Beyond a Million                    www.mathcafé.com                           131, 146-150, 164-165, 271-272
How Much is a Million               http://www.coolmath4kids.com/              TAKS Master
On Beyond a Million                 http://www.aplusmath.com/                  Assessment pages pp. 17-19, 32-35, 36-41, 42-
Big Numbers                         http://www.eduplace.com/math/brain/        47, 67-71
Little Numbers                      http://www.mathforum.com/dr.math/          Step Up to TAKS
Bats on Parade                      http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html   Assessment pages: pp. 18, 69-76, 89
Amanda Bean’s Amazing Dream         http://scottbryce.com/
The Best of Times                   http://www.worldwidemetric.com/metcal.h
Hershey’s Multiplication book       http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise
More M & M’s Math Book              http://pbskids.org
Sea Squares                         http://www.jamit.com
The Napping House                   http://math.rice.edu
Two Ways to Count to Ten            http://getsmarter.org
What Comes in 2’s, 3’s, & 4’s       http://geocities.com
Each Orange had Eight Slices        http://greatsitesforkids.com
100 Hungry Ants                     http://library.thinkquest.org
Two of Everything                   http://kidsolr.com
Six Dinner Sid                      http://shodor.org
Twelve Circus Rings                 http://primarygames.com
Miss Spider’s Tea Party             http://gdbdp.com
P. Bears New Year’s Party           http://aaamath.com
Peter’s Pocket
The King’s Commissioners

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Scope and Sequence - 2nd Nine Weeks
**Imbed the following TEKS throughout all nine weeks

Focus on vocabulary throughout year

4.14 (A) Identify the mathematics in everyday situations
4.14(B) Solve problems that incorporate understanding the problem, making a plan, carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for
reasonableness
4.14(C) Select or develop an appropriate problem solving plan or strategy, including drawing a picture, looking for a pattern, systematic guessing and
checking, acting it out, making a table, working a simpler problem, or working backward to solve a problem
4.14 (D) Use tools such as real objects, manipulatives, and technology to solve problems
4.15 (A) Explain and report observations using objects, word, pictures, numbers, and technology
4.15(B) Relate informal language to mathematical language and symbols
4.16 (A) Make generalizations from patterns or sets of examples and non examples
4.16(B) Justify why an answer is reasonable and explain the solution process

All Year: Target Math and Target the Question
TEKS                  Unit/Bundle         Duration                         Resources                               Teacher Notes/
Best Practices
4.4(B) Represent             Multiplication        6 days         Kamico Book 1 pp. 151-157 Writing Solution      Multiplication Frame Game
multiplication and                                                Sentences                                       The Great Product Wins
division situations in         Division                           Multiplication chart
picture, word, and number                                         ATM p. 196, 198                                 Circles & Stars
form                                                              SE: 96-103, 118-129, 156-171, 184-197, 206-215,
338-353, 362-375
TE Volume 1: 99, 96B, 109, 122A, 156B, 157, 171
TE Volume 2: 340B

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4.4(D) Use multiplication     Multiplication   6 days    Kamico Book 1 pp. 166-182 Multiplication          Lattice Multiplication
to solve problems (no                                    Migration                                         Plaids
more than 2 digits times 2      Division                 Kamico Book 1 pp. 183-208 X-Treme                 Patterns
digits without                                           Multiplication
technology)                                              SE: 96-109, 190-193, 206-215, 236-237, 240-245,
H12
4.4 (E) Use division to       Multiplication   6 days    Kamico Book 1 pp. 211-236 Sam’s Shopping          A Remainder of One Game
solve problems (no more                                  Spree
than one digit divisors and     Division                 ATM p. 208-209                                    Leftovers activity
three digit dividends                                    ATM p. 221                                        Factor Fiddling
without technology)                                      SE: 118-129, 338-353, 357, 362-375, 379
4.5(B)                        Multiplication   12 days   Kamico Book 1 pp. 273-283 Round and Round
Use strategies including                                 and Round We Go
rounding and compatible         Division                 SE: 186-187, 190-193, 206-211, 214-215, 228-
numbers to estimate                                      229, 236-239, 350-352, 364-365, H13, H15
solutions to multiplication
and division problems
4.6 (A) Use patterns and      Multiplication   6 days    Kamico Book 1 pp. 286-294 Fact Family Feud        Fact Families
relationships to develop                                                                                   Four in a Row
strategies to remember          Division                 SE: 96-99, 100-105, 118-119, 122-127, 142-143,
basic multiplication and                                 152-155, 160-161, 170-171, H16
division facts (such as the
patterns in related
multiplication and
division number sentences
(fact families) such 9 * 9
= 81 and 81/9=9)

4.6 (B) Use patterns to       Multiplication   4 days    Kamico Book 1 pp. 296-305 How Many Zeros
multiply by 10 and 100                                   SE: 184-185, 224-227, H17
Division                 TE Volume 3, 186B, 332B, 228B

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Math Literature               Math Websites                            Math Resources
17 Kings and 42 Elephants         www.creativemathematics.com                Kamico
The Napping House                 www.funbrain.com                           Assessment pages: pp 158-160, 209-210,
Two Ways to Count to Ten          www.mathcafé.com                           244-245, 284-285, 295, 306-308
What Comes in 2’s, 3’s, & 4’s     http://www.coolmath4kids.com/              TAKS Master
Each Orange had Eight Slices      http://www.aplusmath.com/                  Assessment pages: pp 58-66
100 Hungry Ants                   http://www.eduplace.com/math/brain/        Step Up to TAKS
Two of Everything                 http://www.mathforum.com/dr.math/          Assessment pages: pp 91-96, 98-102, 116-
Six Dinner Sid                    http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html   125
Twelve Circus Rings               http://scottbryce.com/                     Measuring Up
Miss Spider’s Tea Party           http://www.worldwidemetric.com/metcal.h    Assessment pages: pp B87-B90, B104-B119
P. Bears New Year’s Party         http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise
Peter’s Pocket                    http://pbskids.org
The King’s Commissioners          http://www.jamit.com
Remainder of One                  http://math.rice.edu
The Half-Birthday                 http://getsmarter.org
Music, Music for Everyone         http://geocities.com
Divide and Rhyme                  http://greatsitesforkids.com
The Amazing Potato                http://library.thinkquest.org
What are You Figuring Now?        http://kidsolr.com
http://shodor.org
http://primarygames.com
http://gdbdp.com
http://aaamath.com

July 22, 2008
Scope and Sequence – 3rd Nine Weeks
**Imbed the following TEKS throughout all nine weeks

Focus on vocabulary throughout year

4.14 (A) Identify the mathematics in everyday situations
4.14(B) Solve problems that incorporate understanding the problem, making a plan, carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for
reasonableness
4.14(C) Select or develop an appropriate problem solving plan or strategy, including drawing a picture, looking for a pattern, systematic guessing and
checking, acting it out, making a table, working a simpler problem, or working backward to solve a problem
4.14 (D) Use tools such as real objects, manipulatives, and technology to solve problems
4.15 (A) Explain and report observations using objects, word, pictures, numbers, and technology
4.15(B) Relate informal language to mathematical language and symbols
4.16 (A) Make generalizations from patterns or sets of examples and non examples
4.16(B) Justify why an answer is reasonable and explain the solution process

All Year: Target Math and Target the Question
TEKS                 Unit/Bundle Duration                              Resources                                Teacher Notes/
Best Practices
4.2 (A) Use concrete           Fractions        4 days         Kamico Book 1 pp. 37-48 Fraction Action              Fraction Stacks
objects and pictorial                                          ATM p. 226                                           Fraction Kits (bars)
models to generate                                             SE: 392-399, H3
equivalent fractions.
4.2 (B) model fraction                          2 days         Kamico Book 1 pp. 52-64 Roll with It                 Number Sessions – Build a
quantities greater than one,                                   ATM p. 227                                           Whole
using concrete objects and                                     ATM p. 227                                           First to 1 whole w/ fraction dice
pictorial models.                                              SE: 402-409, 424-427, H4                             Cover-up (using fraction bars)
Un-Cover (using fraction bars)

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4.2 (C) compare and order                      2 days   Kamico Book 1 pp. 68-75 Fraction Fever             Fraction Meanings with
fractions using concrete                                SE: 398-401, 406-409, 553, H5                      Cuisinaire Rods
objects and pictorial
models
4.2 (D) relate decimals to   Decimals          2 days   Kamico Book 1 pp. 79-85 Fractions and              Most Expensive Name
fractions that name tenths                              Decimals
and hundredths using                                    SE: 418-421, 428-433, H6
concrete objects and
pictorial models
4.10 (A) locate and name                       2 days   Kamico Book 2 pp. 73-85 Point the Way
points on a number line                                 Kamico Book 2 pp. 86-107 Alien
using whole numbers,                                    SE: 12, 16, 184, 348, 398-401, 406-409, 418-421,
fractions such as halves                                424-427, 432-435, H25
and fourths, and decimals                               TE Volume 1: 14, 16
such as tenths
4.8 (C) Use essential        Two- and three-   2 days   AIMS: Hard Hitting in a Geo World                  Geometry Scavenger Hunt
attributes to define two-    dimensional                Kamico Book 2 pp. 30-50 What Am I?                 More Geometricks
and three-dimensional        geometric                  SE: 264-275, 314-317, 320-325, 381-319, H21,       Geoboards
geometric figures            figures                    H22                                                Closed Plane Figure
TE Volume 2: 264A, 314A                            Three Dimensional Figures
Tangram Polygons
The Language of Geometry
Triangle Possibilities
Gumdrop Geometry
Geoshapes
Geometric Countdown
Polyhedron Countdown
GeoShape Grabbag
4.8 (B) identify and         Lines             2 days   Kamico Book 2 pp. 24-27 Look Closer                Geoboards
describe parallel and                                   SE: 262-263, 270-273, 315, 318, H20
intersecting (including                                 TE Volume 2: 262A, 315
perpendicular) lines using
concrete objects and
pictorial models

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4.8 (A) identify and            Angles           2 days   Kamico Book 2 pp. 9-20 Six of One, Half Dozen   Angles Sheet
describe right, acute, and                                of Another                                      New Angle on Art
obtuse angles                                             SE: 260-263, 268-273, 276, 277, H19             Geoboards
TE Volume 2: 260A, 262A, 268A, 270A

4.9 (A) demonstrate                              2 days   Kamico Book 2 pp. 53-62 Identical Twins
translations, reflections,                                SE: 288-294, 298-304, 309
and rotations using
concrete models
4.9 (B) use translations,       Transformations 1 days    SE: 286-298, H23                                Reflect It
reflections, and rotations to   Symmetry
verify that two shapes are
congruent
4.9 (C) use reflections to                                Kamico Book 2 pp. 66-70 See Me Try!             ABC’s of Symmetry
verify that a shape has                                   SE: 294-301, 309, H24
symmetry
4.13 (B) interpret bar          Bar graphs       2 days   Kamico Book 2 pp. 200-205 What Did the Polls    Name Game Graph
graphs                                                    Show?                                           Ideas for Graphs
SE: 504-511, H28
4.13 (A) Use concrete           Probability      5 days   Kamico Book 2 pp. 174-177 That Suits Me Just    What are the Chances?
objects or pictures to make                               Fine                                            You’re on a Roll
generalizations about           Review                    Kamico Book 2 pp. 183-196 MMM…Marble            Roll ‘Em Game
determining all possible        Objective #1              Mania                                           Luck of the Roll
combinations of a given set     each day using            ATM p. 64-65                                    Tiles in a Bag
of data or of objects in a      Released Test             ATM p. 69                                       Two Coin Toss
problem situation               Items                     ATM p. 69 & 261                                 Shake and Spill
ATM p. 130                                      Coin Riddles
ATM p. 62                                       Make a Spinner
SE: 522-539

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4.12 (A) Use a                Measurement      17 days   SE: 484-487
thermometer to measure                                   TE Volume 3: 472, 484A, 484B, 486B
temperature and changes in    Review
temperature                   Objective #2-3
each day using
Released Test
Items
4.12 (B) Use tools such as                               SE: 476-483, 489, 491                          The One Minute Cup
a clock with gears or
stopwatch to solve
problems involving elapsed
time
4.11 (A) estimate and use                                Kamico Book 2 pp. 110-112 Is This the Right    Measurement Scavenger Hunt
measurement tools to                                     Way?                                           My Foot!
determine length (including                              ATM p. 53                                      The Greatest Perimeter
perimeter), area, capacity,                              ATM p. 57                                      Area: Dissection of Squares
and weight/mass using                                    ATM p. 54                                      The Texas Area Problem
standard units SI (metric)                               ATM p. 58                                      Foot Area & Perimeter
and customary                                            ATM p. 133                                     The Area Stays the Same
SE: 552-554, 558-561, 574-581, 584-591, 600-   Squaring Up
607, 610-623, 640-641                          Perimeter w/ Cuisenaire Rods
TE Volume 3: 578B, 598B, 598E, 598F, 610B,     Border Problem
614A, 614B
4.11 (B) Perform simple                                  SE: 170, 556-565, 602, H26                     Mass Monitors
conversions between                                      TE Volume 3: 572
different units of length,
between different units of
capacity, and between
different units of weight
within the customary
measurement systems
4.11 (C) Use concrete                                    SE: 632-635, 638-641
models of standard cubic
units to measure volume

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4.11 (D) Estimate volume                                    SE: 632-635, 638-641
in cubic units
4.11 (E) Explain the                                        SE: 578-579, 585, 589
different between weight                                    TE Volume 3: 578B, 585, 589
and mass
4.7 (A) describe the           Ordered pairs   1 day        SE: 82-83, 170-171, 512-513, 556-557, H18       Ornamental Ordered Pairs
relationship between two                                                                                    Coordinate Systems: Making
sets of related data such as                                                                                Drawings
ordered pairs in a table

Math Literature                              Math Websites                                 Math Resources
www.creativemathematics.com                   Kamico
Fraction Action                                  www.funbrain.com                              Assessment pages: pp 49-51, 65-67, 76-78, 87-
Apple Fractions                                  www.mathcafé.com                              89, 108-109, 21-23, 28-29, 51-52, 63-65, 71-
Hershey Milk Chocolate Fraction Book             http://www.coolmath4kids.com/                 72, 206-208, 179-182, 197-199, 113-114, 171-
Gator Pie                                        http://www.aplusmath.com/                     173
Alice and the Boa Constrictor                    http://www.eduplace.com/math/brain/           TAKS Master
What’s Cooking Jenny Archer?                     http://www.mathforum.com/dr.math/             Assessment pages: pp 20-35, 88-112, 134-138,
If You Made a Million                            http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html      125-133, 113-124
Jason and the Money Tree                         http://scottbryce.com/                        Step Up to TAKS
The Magic School bus and the Waterworks          http://www.worldwidemetric.com/metcal.h       Assessment pages: pp 6-25, 31-45, 147-151,
http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise               127-146, 46-67
Each Orange has Eight Slices
http://pbskids.org
The Cloak of the Dreamer
http://www.jamit.com
Pigs in the Corner
http://math.rice.edu
Pigs on the Ball
http://getsmarter.org
Look Twice
http://geocities.com
M is for Mirror
http://greatsitesforkids.com
The Greedy Triangle
http://library.thinkquest.org
The Shape of Me and Other Stuff
http://kidsolr.com
Twizzlers shapes and Pattern Book
http://shodor.org

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Eight Hands Round                              http://primarygames.com
Three Pigs, One Wolf, and Seven Magic Shapes   http://gdbdp.com
Grandfather Tang’s Story                       http://aaamath.com
Pigs at Odds
If the World Were a Village
No Fair
Probably Pistachio
How to Make an Apple Pie and Save the World
Jumanji
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
How Big is a Foot?
Sir Cumference and the First Round Table
Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi
Sir Cumference and the Prince of Angleland
Sir Cumference and the Sword in the Cone
Pigs Go to Market
Pigs in the Pantry
The Fly on the Ceiling
Super Sand Castle Saturday
Bug Dance
Big, Better Best
Room For Ripley
Inchworm and a Half
If you Hopped Like a Frog
The Tortoise Who Bragged
Anno’s Math Games
21 Balloons
The Giant Jam Sandwich
Pigs on a Picnic
There was an Old Woman

July 22, 2008
Scope and Sequence – 4th Nine Weeks
**Imbed the following TEKS throughout all nine weeks

Focus on vocabulary throughout year

4.14 (A) Identify the mathematics in everyday situations
4.14(B) Solve problems that incorporate understanding the problem, making a plan, carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for
reasonableness
4.14(C) Select or develop an appropriate problem solving plan or strategy, including drawing a picture, looking for a pattern, systematic guessing and
checking, acting it out, making a table, working a simpler problem, or working backward to solve a problem4.15 (A) Explain and report observations
using objects, word, pictures, numbers, and technology
4.14 (D) Use tools such as real objects, manipulatives, and technology to solve problems
4.15(B) Relate informal language to mathematical language and symbols
4.16 (A) Make generalizations from patterns or sets of examples and non examples
4.16(B) Justify why an answer is reasonable and explain the solution process

All Year: Target Math and Target the Question
TEKS                Unit/Bundle Duration                               Resources                                Teacher Notes/
Best Practices
4.14 (A) Identify the         Problem solving 18 Days          Kamico Book 2 pp. 209-226 Help Hank the              Hands-On Equations
mathematics in everyday       and review                       Handyman
situations                                                     SE: 98-99, 120-121, 128-129, 258-259, 362-363,
552-565, 574-591 (This standard is addressed in
Review                           most lessons.)
Objective #4-
and 5 each day
using Released
Test Items

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4.14(B) Solve problems         Kamico Book 2 pp. 230-241 Don’t Misstep Your
that incorporate               Steps
understanding the problem,     SE: 20-23, 48-49, 128-129, 194-197, 214-215,
making a plan, carrying out    276-277, 298-301, 322-325, 346-347, 396-397,
the plan, and evaluating the   532-535, 564-565, 636-637 (This standard is
solution for reasonableness    addressed in Problem Solving Workshop
Strategy lessons.)
TE Volume 1: 79, 106
TE Volume 2: 299, 246
4.14(C) Select or develop      Kamico Book 2 pp. 245- 255 Detective Dilemma
an appropriate problem         SE: 78-81, 106-109, 144-147, 148-151, 152-155,
solving plan or strategy,      194-197, 230-233, 298-301, 304-305, 346-347,
including drawing a            396-397, 458-461, 564-565, 608-609
picture, looking for a
pattern, systematic
guessing and checking,
acting it out, making a
table, working a simpler
problem, or working
backward to solve a
problem
4.14 (D) Use tools such as     SE: 56-57, 212-213, 242-243, 298-301, 322-325,
real objects, manipulatives,   338-339, 434-435, 552-555, 600-601
and technology to solve pr
4.15 (A) Explain and           SE: 85, 103, 148-155, 188-189, 190-197, 199,
record observations using      288-289, 295, 302-303, 307, 322-325, 329, 340-
objects, word, pictures,       347, 388-409, 411, 418-437, 446-461, 484, 489,
numbers, and technology        496-499, 508-509, 510-511, 522-539, 558-559,
632-641
TE Volume 2: 302A, 340A
TE Volume 3: 436A, 536A
4.15(B) Relate informal        Kamico Book 2 pp. 259-270 Pass Play
language to mathematical       SE: 17, 70-77, 155-159, 162-165, 286-305, 317,
language and symbols           398-399, 555, 613 (This standard is addressed in
most lessons.)

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4.16 (A) Make                                         Kamico Book 2 pp. 271-275 Robot Factory           Poison
generalizations from                                  Kamico Book 2 pp. 276-290 Runaway Robots          Digit Place (Guess Your
patterns or sets of examples                          ATM p. 101                                        Number)
and non examples                                      ATM p. 110                                        Three Sacks Problem
ATM p. 105
SE: 144-147, 224-225, 264-267, 276-277, 304-
305, 500-501
4.16(B) Justify why an                                SE: 20-23, 47, 50-53, 78-81, 155, 214-215, 239,
answer is reasonable and                              244-245, 298-301, 364-367, 510-511
explain the solution process
Math         29 days                                                     Line Designs
Enrichment                                                               Puff Mobile
Tessalations
Five Square
Slice Me Twice
Moebius Strip

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Math Literature                       Math Websites                             Math Resources
Anno’s Hat Tricks                         www.creativemathematics.com                Kamico
One riddle, One Answer                    www.funbrain.com                           Assessment pages: pp 227-229, 242-244, 256-
The Grapes of Math                        www.mathcafé.com                           258
Bat Jamboree                              http://www.coolmath4kids.com/              TAKS Master
Safari Park                               http://www.aplusmath.com/                  Assessment pages: pp 139-154
Sideways Arithmetic From Wayside School   http://www.eduplace.com/math/brain/        Step Up to TAKS
http://www.mathforum.com/dr.math/          Assessment pages: pp 155-201
http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html
http://scottbryce.com/
http://www.worldwidemetric.com/metcal.h
http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise
http://pbskids.org
http://www.jamit.com
http://math.rice.edu
http://getsmarter.org
http://geocities.com
http://greatsitesforkids.com
http://library.thinkquest.org
http://kidsolr.com
http://shodor.org
http://primarygames.com
http://gdbdp.com
http://aaamath.com

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