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Everyday Mathematics

Everyday Mathematics was developed by the University of Chicago Mathematic Project (UCMP) in conjunction with feedback from education specialists, administrators, and classroom teachers in order to enable children in elementary grades to learn more mathematical content and become life-long mathematical thinkers. This curriculum is used across the country, with nearly 3 million students in the United States alone. It is scientifically research-based and proven to build students' mathematical knowledge from the basics to higher-order thinking and critical problem solving.

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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

 Unit 2  Multiplication and Geometry

     2.1  Square Number Patterns
     2.2  Area Formulas For Rectangles
     2.3  Factors and Factor Pairs
     2.4  Multiples
     2.5  Prime and Composite Numbers
     2.6  Little and Big
     2.7  Units of Time
     2.8  Multiplicative Comparisons 
     2.9  Multiplicative Comparison Stories
     2.10 Classifying Triangles
     2.11 Classifying Quadrilaterals 
     2.12 Finding Line Symmetry
     2.13 Finding the Pattern 

Homelinks  Lessons 1-6    Lessons 7-13

Math Boxes  Lessons 1-6  Lessons 7-13

Chapter 3


 Unit 3  Fractions and Decimals

     3.1  Equal Sharing and Equivalence 
     3.2  Fraction Circles and Equivalence

     3.3  Number Lines and Equivalence
     3.4  An Equivalent Fraction Rule
     3.5  Veggie Pizzas
     3.6  Comparing Fractions
     3.7  Comparing and Ordering Fractions 
     3.8  Modeling Tenths with Fraction Circles
     3.9  Modeling Decimals with Base-10 Blocks 
     3.10 Tenths and Hundredths
     3.11 Tenths and Hundredths of a Meter
     3.12 Tenths of a Centimeter
     3.13 Comparing Decimals

Homelinks  Lessons 1-6   Lessons  7-13

Math Boxes  Lessons 1-6   Lessons 7-13

Chapter 4

     4.1 Extended Multiplication Facts
     4.2  Making Reasonable Estimates For Products
     4.3  Partitioning Rectangles
     4.4  Converting Liquid Measures
     4.5  Walking Away With a Million Dollars
     4.6  Introducing Partial Product Multiplication
     4.7  Metric Units of Mass
     4.8  Money Number Stories
     4.9  Partial Product Multiplication
     4.10 Multiplication Wrestling
     4.11 Area Models For Rectangles and Rectilinear Figures
     4.12 Multistep Multiplication Stories
           Multidigit Multiplication Tutorial Pt. 1
           Multidigit Multiplication Tutorial Pt. 2 

Homelinks   Lessons 1-6   Lessons 7-13

Math Boxes  Lessons 1-6  Lessons 7-13

Chapter 5


Unit 5  Fraction and Mixed Number Computation Measurement
     5.1  Fraction Decomposition  
     5.2  The Whole For Fractions

     5.3  Adding Fractions
     5.4  Adding Mixed Numbers
     5.5  Adding Tenths and Hundredths
     5.6  Queen Arlene's Dilemma
     5.7  Subtracting Fractions
     5.8  Subtracting Mixed Numbers
     5.9  Line Plots 1/2 and 1/4 Units
     5.10 Rotations and Iterating Fractions
     5.11 Unit Iteration For Fractions
     5.12 Creating Symmetric Figures
     5.13 More-Multistep Multiplication Number Stories 

Homelinks   Lessons 1-6   Lessons 7-13

Math Boxes   Lessons 1-6   Lessons 7-13

Chapter 6


Unit 6  Division Angles: Fraction Operations
     6.1  Extended Division Steps
     6.2  Area: Finding Missing Side Lengths
     6.3  Strategies For Division
     6.4  Partial-Quotients Division, Part 1
     6.5  Fruit Baskets
     6.6  Customary Units of Length
     6.7  Partial-Quotients, Part 2
     6.8  Expressing and Interpreting Remainders
     6.9  Measuring Angles
     6.10 Using a Half-Circle Protractor
     6.11 Angle Measures as Additive
     6.12 Number Stories with Fractions and Mixed Numbers
     6.13 Extending Understandings of Whole-Number Multiplication

Homelinks   Lessons 1-6  Lessons 7-13

Math Boxes   Lessons 1-6   Lessons 7-13

Chapter 7

 Unit 7  Multiplication of a Fraction by a Whole Number: Measurement

     7.1  Converting Liquid Measures: U.S. Customary Units
     7.2  Exploring Fraction Multiplication Situations
     7.3  A Fraction as a Multiple of a Unit Fraction
     7.4  Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers
     7.5  Multiplying Mixed Numbers by Whole Numbers
     7.6  Three Fruit Salad
     7.7  Multistep Division Number Stories
     7.8  Division Measurement Number Stories
     7.9  Generating and Identifying Patterns
     7.10 Solving Multistep Fraction Number Stories
     7.11 Weights of State Birds 
     7.12 Decimal Number Stories
     7.13 Displaying Insect Data 

Homelinks   Lessons 1-6    Lessons 7-13

Math Boxes   Lessons 1-6   Lessons 7-13

Chapter 8

Unit 8  Fraction Operations: Applications
     8.1  Extending Multistep Number Stories
     8.2  Real Life Angle Measures as Additive
     8.3  Pattern Block Angles
     8.4  Extending Line Symmetry
     8.5  Line Plots Using Different Fractions of an Inch
     8.6  Fractions and Perimeter
     8.7  More Decimal Stories
     8.8  Areas of Rectangles with Fractional Side Lengths
     8.9  More Fraction Multiplication Number Stories
     8.10 Fractions and Liquid Measures
     8.11 Fractions and Measurement
     8.12 Applying Understandings of Place Value and Operations
     8.13 Many Names for Numbers 

Homelinks    Lessons 1-6   Lessons 7-13

Math Boxes   Lesson 1-6   Lessons 7-13