- Decimals, fractions, and percents are used to represent and describe parts and wholes of numbers.
- Computational fluency and flexibility with numbers extend to operations with integers and decimals.
- Linear relations can be represented in many connected ways to identify regularities and make generalizations.
- The constant ration between the circumference and diameter of circles can be used to describe, measure, and compare spatial relationships.
- Data from circle graphs can be used to illustrate proportion and to compare and interpret.
- Multiplication and division facts to 100
- Operations with integers and decimals (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations). (includes the use of brackets, excludes exponents)
- Relationships between decimals, fractions, ratios, and percents. (comparing and ordering using the number line)
- Discrete linear relations, using expressions, tables, and graphs. (deriving relation from the graph or table of values). *Small Number Stories: Small Number and the Old Canoe, Small Number Counts to 100
- Two-step equations with whole number coefficients, constants and solutions. *Small Number Stories: Small Number and the Big Tree
- Circumference and area of circles. (Construction circles given radius, diameter, area, or circumference. Finding relationships to develop circumference formula. *Dreamcatcher making, basket making, stories of Spiderwoman
- Volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders. *Bentwood boxes
- Cartesian coordinates and graphing. *Overlying coordinate plane on medicine wheel
- Combinations of transformations. (First people art, jewelry making, birchbark biting)
- Circle Graphs. (constructing, labeling, interpreting, translating percentages into quantities and vice versa)
- Experimental probability with two independent events.
- Financial literacy. (Sales, tax, tips, discount, sale price)