Students will...
 Solve multi-step word problems and equations with a letter standing in for an unknown quantity
· Find factors, multiples, prime and composite numbers from 1-100
· Use place value understanding to round and compare numbers using >, =, and <
· Fluently adds and subtracts multi-digit numbers
· Multiply and divide 4 digit by 1 digit, and 2 digit by 2 digit problems accurately; explains with equations, arrays, and or   models
· Recognize and generates equivalent fractions
· Compare and orders fractions with like and unlike denominators using models, equivalents, and/or benchmark fractions
· Add, subtract, and multiply fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators
· Understand and compare between fractions and decimals
· Convert units of measurement (metric, standard length, capacity, time, money)
· Accurately finds perimeter and area for rectangles using standard formulas
· Represent, interpret, and solve with data on line plots
· Understand and measure angles 
· Draw and identify points, lines
Ways you can help... 

       ·        Use a page of the classified ads to create challenges. “Find the largest number, find the smallest number”

      ·        Play math games together such as Dominoes, Yahtzee, Battleship, etc.

      ·        Practice number facts up to 10’s using flashcards or verbal questions

      ·        Play strategy games. Start with eight pennies on a table. Take turns picking up 1 or 2 or 3 pennies. The loser picks up the  last penny. Discuss the winning strategy.

     ·        Toss a coin 50 times. Record the number of heads and tails. Predict what would happen if you tossed the coin 100 times, 150 times, 200 times, etc.

    ·        While doing chores, create opportunities to use fractions: cutting pizza, cake, mowing ½ the lawn before taking a break, etc.