<strong>Connecting</strong> <strong>Math</strong> <strong>Concepts</strong><strong>Level</strong> D<strong>Alignment</strong> <strong>to</strong> <strong>Georgia</strong> <strong>Math</strong>ematics StandardsNumber and OperationsLessonM4N 1 Students will further develop their understanding of how whole numbers are represented inthe base-ten numeration system.M4N 1 a Identify place value names and places from hundredths through one million. 1-9, 12-21M4N 1 b Equate a number’s word name, its standard form, and its expanded form.37-39, Test PrepM4N 2 Students will understand and apply the concept of rounding numbers.M4N 2 a Round numbers <strong>to</strong> the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand.97-98, Test PrepM4N 2 b Describe situations in which rounding numbers would be appropriate and determine97-98, Test Prepwhether <strong>to</strong> round <strong>to</strong> the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand.M4N 2 c Understand the meaning of rounding a decimal <strong>to</strong> the nearest whole number.Test PrepM4N 2 d Represent the results of computation as a rounded number when appropriate and estimate Test Prepa sum or difference by rounding numbers.M4N 3 Students will solve problems involving multiplication of 2-3 digit numbers by 1-2 digit1-120numbers.M4N 4 Students will further develop their understanding of division of whole numbers and divide inproblem-solving situations without calcula<strong>to</strong>rs.M4N 4 a Know the division facts with understanding and fluency. 25-116M4N 4 c Understand the relationship between dividend, divisor, quotient, and remainder. 33-110M4N 5 Students will further develop their understanding of the meaning of decimals and use themin computations.M4N 5 a Understand decimals are a part of the base-ten system. 87-91M4N 5 b Understand the relative size of numbers and order two digit decimals. 92-95M4N 5 c Add and subtract both one and two digit decimals. 24, 26, 29, 31-33, 46-48,52-54, 60-63M4N 5 d Model multiplication and division of decimals by whole numbers.M4N 5 e Multiply and divide both one and two digit decimals by whole numbers. 92, 93M4N 6 Students will further develop their understanding of the meaning of common fractions anduse them in computations.M4N 6 a Understand representations of simple equivalent fractions. 16-22, 29-34, 36, 42-44,Test PrepM4N 6 b Add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers with common denomina<strong>to</strong>rs. (Denomina<strong>to</strong>rs56-64should not exceed twelve.)M4N 6 c Convert and use mixed numbers and improper fractions interchangeably. 49, 52-54, 57-59, 61-65M5N 4 b Understand the value of a fraction is not changed when both its numera<strong>to</strong>r and16-107denomina<strong>to</strong>r are multiplied or divided by the same number because it is the same asmultiplying or dividing by one.M5N 4 c Find equivalent fractions and simplify fractions. 42-44, 56-58,M5N 4 d Model the multiplication and division of common fractions. 46-49M5N 4 f Use , or = <strong>to</strong> compare fractions and justify the comparison. 35-103M4N 7 Students will explain and use properties of the four arithmetic operations <strong>to</strong> solve andcheck problems.M4N 7 a Describe situations in which the four operations may be used and the relationships amongthem.29-120M4N 7 b Compute using the order of operations, including parentheses.Test PrepM4N 7 c Compute using the commutative, associative, and distributive properties.Test PrepM4N 7 d Use mental math and estimation strategies <strong>to</strong> compute. 49, 55, 57, 62-64, 78-82,97-98MeasurementLessonM4M 1 Students will understand the concept of weight and how <strong>to</strong> measure weight.M4M 1 a Use standard and metric units <strong>to</strong> measure the weight of objects. 3-105M4M 1 b Know units used <strong>to</strong> measure weight (gram, kilogram, ounce, pound, and <strong>to</strong>n). 86-88M4M 1 c Compare one unit <strong>to</strong> another within a single system of measurement. 3-105Author: N. Derrickson, 7/2006 1