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4 Mathletics the Manitoba Curriculum The education team at Mathletics is committed to providing a resource that is powerful, targeted most importantly relevant to all students. Mathletics includes well over 1200 individual adaptive practice activities ebooks available for all grades. Our team of education publishers have created a course that specifically follows the Manitoba curriculum. You can be assured that students have access to relevant targeted content. Strs, sub-strs learning outcomes of the curriculum are supported with activities, each with pre post assessment. What s more, Mathletics contains an extensive library of ebooks for use on screen or as a printable resource that are also mapped to the requirements of the Manitoba Curriculum. This document outlines this mapping acts as a useful guide when using Mathletics in your school. Rene Burke CEO, 3P Learning Canada Engage Target Diagnose Assess Report Fluency Mobile 1 3P Learning

5 Kindergarten Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks K.N.1 K.N.2 K.N.3 K.N.4 K.N.5 Count forward from 1-30; backward from 10 to 1; name number that comes before or after a given number Recognize quickly name familiar arrangements of 1-6 dots or objects Relate a numeral, 1 to 10, to its respective quantity Represent describe numbers 2 to 10 in two parts, concretely pictorially understing of counting to 10 K.N.6 Compare quantities, 1 to 10 Shape K.PR.1 K.SS.1 understing of repeating patterns (two or three elements) Use direct comparison to compare two objects based on a single attribute, such as length (height), mass (weight), volume (capacity) Order s to 10 Before, After Between to 20 1 to 30 Reading s to 30 Counting Backwards Counting Forwards Line Order How Many? How Many? How Many? How Many? How Many? More or Less? Balancing Act Same Different Who has the Goods? Complete the Pattern Missing it! Colour Grams Kilograms Everyday Mass How Heavy? How Heavy? Which Holds More? Filling Fast! Everyday Length Balancing Act Kindergarten s Kindergarten s Kindergarten s Kindergarten s Kindergarten s Kindergarten s Kindergarten s Kindergarten 3P Learning 2

6 Kindergarten Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Shape Shape 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes K.SS.2 K.SS.3 Sort 3-D objects using a single attribute Build describe 3-D objects Collect the Shapes Collect the Shapes 1 Collect the Objects Collect the Objects 1 Collect the Objects Collect the Shapes Collect the Shapes 1 Collect the Objects Collect the Objects 1 Collect the Objects Match the Solid 1 Match the Solid 2 Kindergarten Shape Kindergarten Shape 3 3P Learning

7 Grade 1 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks 1.N.1 1.N.2 1.N.3 Say the number sequence by 1s forward backward between any two given numbers (0 to 100), 2s to 30, forward starting at 0, 5s 10s to 100, forward starting at 0 Subitize name familiar arrangements of 1 to 10 dots (or objects) emonstrate an understing of counting Counting Backwards Counting Forwards Going Up Going Down Before, After & Between to 100 Counting by Twos Counting by Fives Counting by Tens 1 to 30 Reading s to 30 Before, After Between to 20 Before, After & Between to 100 Matching s to 20 Matching s to 10 Arranging s How Many? Counting Backwards Counting Forwards Going Up Going Down Before, After & Between to 100 Counting by Twos Counting by Fives Counting by Tens 1 to 30 Reading s to 30 Before, After Between to 20 Before, After & Between to 100 Matching s to 20 Matching s to 10 Arranging s How Many? How many Blocks? Making s Count Grade 1 s Grade 1 s Grade 1 s 3P Learning 4

8 Grade 1 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks 1.N.4 1.N.5 1.N.6 Represent describe numbers to 20, concretely, pictorially, symbolically Compare order sets containing up to 20 elements to solve problems Estimate quantities to 20 by using referents Counting Backwards Counting Forwards Going Up Going Down Before, After & Between to 100 Counting by Twos Counting by Fives Counting by Tens 1 to 30 Reading s to 30 Before, After Between to 20 Before, After & Between to 100 Matching s to 20 Matching s to 10 Arranging s How Many? How many Blocks? Making s Count Reading s to 30 Line Order All about Ten All about Twenty Counting by Twos Counting by Fives Counting by Tens Groups of Two Groups of Two Groups of Five Groups of Five Grade 1 s Grade 1 Operations with Grade 1 Operations with 5 3P Learning

10 Grade 1 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Shape Shape Shape Shape Variables Equations Variables Equations 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes 1.PR.1 1PR.2 1.PR.3 1.PR.4 1.SS.1 1.SS.2 1.SS.3 1.SS.4 understing of repeating patterns (two to four elements) Translate repeating patterns from one representation to another Describe equality as a balance inequality as an imbalance, concretely pictorially (0 to 20) Record equalities using the equal symbol (0 to 20) understing of measurement as a process of comparing Sort 3-D objects 2-D shapes using one attribute, explain the sorting rule Replicate composite 2-D shapes 3-D objects Compare 2-D shapes to parts of 3-D objects in the environment Simple Pattern Error Increasing Increasing Decreasing Decreasing Missing Values Colour Simple Pattern Error Increasing Increasing Decreasing Decreasing Missing Values Colour Balancing Act Before, After Between to 20 Biggest Shape How Long is That? Filling Fast! Everyday Length Sort It Collect the Shapes Collect the Shapes 1 Collect the Objects Collect the Objects 1 Collect the Objects Sort It Collect the Shapes Collect the Shapes 1 Collect the Objects Collect the Objects 1 Collect the Objects Match the Solid 1 Match the Solid 2 Match the Object Grade 1 hips Grade 1 hips Grade 1 s Grade 1 Grade 1 Shape Grade 1 Shape Grade 1 Shape 7 3P Learning

13 Grade 2 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Shape Shape Shape Shape Shape Shape Shape Shape Variables Equations Variables Equations 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes 2.PR.3 2.PR.4 2.SS.1 2.SS.2 Under review 2.SS.3 2.SS.4 2.SS.5 2.SS.6 2.SS.7 Demonstrate explain the meaning of equality inequality by using manipulatives diagrams (0 to 100) Record equalities inequalities symbolically using the equal symbol or the notequal symbol Relate the number of days to a week the number of months to a year in a problem-solving context Relate the size of a unit of measure to the number of units (limited to non-stard units) used to measure length mass (weight) Compare order objects by length, height, distance around, mass (weight) using non-stard units, make statements of comparison Measure length to the nearest nonstard unit Demonstrate that changing the orientation of an object does not alter the measurements of its attributes Sort 2-D shapes 3-D objects using two attributes, explain the sorting rule Describe, compare, construct 3-D objects Describe, compare, construct 2-D shapes Balancing Act Compare s to 20 Compare s to 100 Days of the Week Months of the Year Using a Calendar Using a Calendar Everyday Length Measuring Length Comparing Length Balancing Act Everyday Mass Balancing Act Sort It Collect the Shapes Collect the Shapes 1 Collect the Objects Collect the Objects 1 Collect the Objects Sort It Collect the Shapes Collect the Shapes 1 Collect the Objects Collect the Objects 1 Collect the Objects Grade 2 s Grade 2 Time Monday Grade 2 Grade 2 Grade 2 Shape Grade 2 Shape 3P Learning 10

14 Grade 2 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Shape Shape Statistics Probability Statistics Probability 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes Data Analysis Data Analysis 2.SS.8 2.SS.9 2.SP.1 2.SP.2 Identify 2-D shapes as parts of 3-D objects in the environment Gather record data about self others to answer questions Construct interpret concrete graphs pictographs to solve problems Compare set of concrete graphs or pictographs; answer questions pertaining to concrete graph or pictograph; solve a problem by creating interpreting a concrete graph or pictograph. Sort It Collect the Shapes Collect the Shapes 1 Collect the Objects Collect the Objects 1 Collect the Objects Match the Object Match the Solid 1 Match the Solid 2 Tallies Making Graphs Sorting Data Sorting Data Add Subtract Using Graphs Pictographs Picture Graphs Grade 2 Shape Grade 2 Shape Grade 2 Chance Data Grade 2 Chance Data 11 3P Learning

18 Grade 3 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Shape Shape Shape Shape 3.SS.1 3.SS.2 3.SS.3 3.SS.4 Relate the passage of time to common activities using nonstard stard units (minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years) Relate the number of seconds to a minute, the number of minutes to an hour, the number of days to a month in a problem-solving context understing of measuring length (cm, m) understing of measuring mass (g, kg) Days of the Week Months of the Year Hour Times Half Hour Times What is the Time? Time Mentals Elapsed Time 24 Hour Time What Time Will it Be? Hour Times Tell Time to the Half Hour Five Minute Times Using a Calendar Comparing Length Everyday Length Measuring Length Converting Units of Length Compare Length Compare Length 1 Meters Kilometers Centimeters Millimeters Converting cm mm How Long Is That (Customary)? Inches, Feet, Yards Grams Kilograms Grams Kilograms Kilogram Conversions How Heavy? Everyday Mass How Heavy? Grade 3 Time Grade 3 Time Grade 3 Grade P Learning

19 Grade 3 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Shape Shape Shape Statistics Probability 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes Data Analysis 3.SS.5 3.SS.6 3.SS.7 3.SP.1 understing of perimeter of regular irregular shapes Describe 3-D objects according to the shape of the faces, the number of edges vertices Sort regular irregular polygons Collect first-h data organize it Perimeter of Shapes Perimeter Perimeter: Squares Rectangles Perimeter: Squares Rectangles Perimeter: Squares Rectangles Perimeter: Triangles Perimeter: Triangles 1 Perimeter: Composite Shapes Perimeter: Triangles 2 Perimeter How many Faces? How many Faces? How many Edges? How many Edges? How many Corners? How many Corners? Faces, Edges Vertices Faces, Edges Vertices Collect the Shapes Collect the Shapes 1 Collect the Objects Collect the Objects 1 Collect the Objects Sorting Data Tallies Bar Graphs 1 Bar Chart Interpreting Tables Interpreting Tables Line Graphs: Interpretation Line Graphs: Interpretation 1 Line Graphs: Interpretation Grade 3 Grade 3, Shape Position Grade 3, Shape Position Grade 3 Chance Data 3P Learning 16

20 Grade 3 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Statistics Probability Data Analysis 3.SP.2 Construct, label, interpret bar graphs to solve problems Sorting Data Tallies Bar Graphs 1 Bar Chart Interpreting Tables Interpreting Tables Line Graphs: Interpretation Line Graphs: Interpretation 1 Line Graphs: Interpretation Bar Graphs 2 Frequency Histograms Histograms Histogram or Polygon? Grade 3 Chance Data 17 3P Learning

21 Grade 4 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks s to s to N.1 4.N.2 Represent describe whole numbers to , pictorially symbolically Compare order numbers to Exped Notation Place value 1 Place value 2 Partition rename 1 Partition rename 2 Place Value to Thouss Exping s s from Words to Digits 1 s from Words to Digits 2 Greater Than or Less Than 1 Greater Than or Less Than? Greater Than or Less? Compare s to 20 Ascending Order Descending Order Which is Bigger? Which Is Greater? Which is Smaller? Which Is Less? Increasing Increasing Decreasing Decreasing Missing Values Missing s Grade 4 Reading Understing Whole s Grade 4 Algebra 3P Learning 18

23 Grade 4 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks s to s to N.4 4.N.5 Explain the properties of 0 1 for multiplication, the property of 1 for division Describe apply mental mathematics strategies Fact Families: Add Subtract Dividing Twos Dividing Twos Dividing Fives Dividing Fives Dividing Tens Dividing Threes Dividing Threes Dividing Fours Dividing Fours Dividing Sixes Dividing Sixes Dividing Sevens Dividing Sevens Dividing Eights Dividing Eights 1 Dividing Nines Dividing Nines Problems: Times Divide Dividing by 10, 100, 1000 Dividing by 10, 100, 1000 Short Division Divide: 1-Digit Divisor 2 Long Division Divisibility Tests Divisibility Tests Divide: 1-Digit Divisor, Remainder Divide: 1-Digit Divisor 1 Divide: 2-Digit Divisor, Remainder Grade 4 Multiplication Division 3P Learning 20

24 Grade 4 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Multiplication of 2- or 3-digit numbers by 1 digit numbers. 4.N.6 understing of multiplication (2- or 3-digit numerals by 1-digit numerals) to solve problems Fact Families: Multiply Divide Grid Methods 1 Grid Methods 2 Problems: Times Divide Problems: Multiply Divide Problems: Multiply Divide 1 Multiplying by 10, 100, 1000 Multiply Multiples of 10 Multiplying by 10, 100, 1000 Multiply: 1-Digit Short Multiplication Long Multiplication Long Multiplication 1 Estimation: Multiply Divide Groups of Two Groups of Two Groups of Five Groups of Five Groups of Ten Groups of Ten Groups of Three Groups of Three Groups of Four Groups of Four Groups of Six Groups of Six Groups of Seven Groups of Seven Groups of Eight Groups of Eight Groups of Nine Groups of Nine Columns that Subtract Times Tables Grade 4 Multiplication Division 21 3P Learning

25 Grade 4 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Division of 2-digit dividend by 1-digit divisor. It is not intended that remainders be expressed as decimals or fractions. 4.N.7 understing of division (1-digit divisor up to 2-digit dividend) to solve problems Fact Families: Multiply Divide Grid Methods 1 Grid Methods 2 Problems: Times Divide Problems: Multiply Divide Problems: Multiply Divide 1 Multiplying by 10, 100, 1000 Multiply Multiples of 10 Multiplying by 10, 100, 1000 Multiply: 1-Digit Short Multiplication Long Multiplication Long Multiplication 1 Estimation: Multiply Divide Groups of Two Groups of Two Groups of Five Groups of Five Groups of Ten Groups of Ten Groups of Three Groups of Three Groups of Four Groups of Four Groups of Six Groups of Six Groups of Seven Groups of Seven Groups of Eight Groups of Eight Groups of Nine Groups of Nine Columns that Subtract Times Tables Grade 4 Multiplication Division 3P Learning 22

27 Grade 4 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks 4.PR.1 4.PR.2 4.PR.3 4.PR.4 4.PR.5 Identify describe patterns found in tables charts, including a multiplication chart Reproduce a pattern shown in a table or chart using concrete materials Represent describe patterns relationships using charts tables to solve problems Identify explain mathematical relationships using charts diagrams to solve problems Express a problem as an equation in which a symbol is used to represent an unknown number Increasing Increasing Decreasing Decreasing Colour Missing it! Pick the Next Describing Increasing Increasing Decreasing Decreasing Colour Missing it! Pick the Next Describing Increasing Increasing Decreasing Decreasing Colour Missing it! Pick the Next Describing Caroll Diagram Venn Diagram1 Caroll Diagram Venn Diagrams Missing Values Missing s Find the Missing 1 Find the Missing 2 Grade 4 Algebra Grade 4 Algebra Grade 4 Algebra Grade 4 Algebra 3P Learning 24

29 Grade 4 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Shape Shape Shape Statistics Probability Statistics Probability Transformations Data Analysis Data Analysis 4.SS.4 4.SS.5 4.SS.6 4.SP.1 4.SP.2 Solve problems involving 2-D shapes 3-D objects Describe construct rectangular triangular prisms understing of line symmetry understing of many-toone correspondence Construct interpret pictographs bar graphs involving many-to-one correspondence to draw conclusions Area of Shapes Area of Shapes Equal Areas Area: Squares Rectangles Area: Squares Rectangles Area: Squares Rectangles Area: Triangles Area: Triangles Area: Composite Shapes Area: Compound Figures How many Faces? How many Edges? How many Corners? What Prism am I? Rotational Symmetry Rotational Symmetry Symmetry Symmetry or Not? Symmetry or Not 1 Pictographs Picture Graphs Bar Graphs 1 Bar Chart Bar Graphs 2 Divided Bar Graphs Grade 4 Length, Area Perimeter Grade 4 Shape, Posotion Grade 4 Shape, Posotion Grade 4 Chance Data 3P Learning 26

30 Grade 5 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Whole s 5.N.1 Whole s 5.N.2 Whole s 5.N P Learning Represent describe whole numbers to "Apply estimation strategies" Determine multiplication facts (to 81) related division facts s from Words to Digits 2 s from Words to Digits 3 s from Words to Digits 1 Place Value to Thouss Place Value to Thouss Place Value to Millions Place Value to Millions Place value 1 Place value 2 Place value 3 Exped Notation Nearest 1000? Nearest Thous?Nearest 10? Rounding s Rounding s Estimation: Add Subtract Estimation: Multiply Divide Estimate Sums Estimate Products Estimate Differences Estimate Quotients Multiplication Facts Division Facts 1 Halve it! Divisibility Tests Divisibility Tests Divisibility Tests (2, 5, 10) Divisibility Tests (3, 4, 9) Bump Add Subtract Jump Add Subtract Magic Mental Addition Magic Mental Subtraction Mental Methods Division Mental Methods Division 1 Mental Methods Division 2 Mental Methods Division 3 Mental Methods Multiplication 1 Mental Methods Multiplication 2 Mental Methods Multiplication 3 Grade 5 Reading Understing Whole s Grade 5 Reading Understing Whole s Grade 5 Multiplication Division

31 Grade 5 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Whole s 5.N.4 Whole s 5.N.5 Whole s 5.N.6 Apply mental mathematics strategies for multiplication understing of multiplication (2-digit numerals by 2-digit numerals) to solve problems understing of division (3-digit numerals by 1-digit numerals) with without concrete materials, interpret remainders to solve problems Multiplication Facts Division Facts 1 Halve it! Divisibility Tests Divisibility Tests Divisibility Tests (2, 5, 10) Divisibility Tests (3, 4, 9) Bump Add Subtract Jump Add Subtract Magic Mental Addition Magic Mental Subtraction Mental Methods Division Mental Methods Division 1 Mental Methods Division 2 Mental Methods Division 3 Mental Methods Multiplication 1 Mental Methods Multiplication 2 Mental Methods Multiplication 3 Multiplication Arrays Multiply: 1-Digit Multiply: 2-Digit by 1-Digit Multiply: 1-Digit, Regroup Multiply: 2-Digit, Regroup Multiply: 1-Digit Division Facts 1 Division Facts Remainders by Arrays Divide: 1-Digit Divisor 2 Long Division Divisibility Tests Divisibility Tests Fact Families: Multiply Divide Divide: 1-Digit Divisor, Remainder Divide: 1-Digit Divisor 1 Divide: 2-Digit Divisor, Remainder Tests of Divisibility 1 Mental Methods Division Mental Methods Division 1 Mental Methods Division 2 Mental Methods Division 3 Mental Methods Multiplication 1 Mental Methods Multiplication 2 Mental Methods Multiplication 3 Divisibility Tests (2, 5, 10) Divisibility Tests (3, 4, 9) Grade 5 Multiplication Division Grade 5 Multiplication Division Grade 5 Multiplication Division 3P Learning 28

32 Grade 5 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Whole s 5.N.7 Whole s 5.N.8 Whole s 5.N.9 Whole s 5.N.10 understing of fractions by using concrete pictorial representations Describe represent decimals (tenths, hundredths, thousths) concretely, pictorially, symbolically Relate decimals to fractions (tenths, hundredths, thousths) Compare order decimals (tenths, hundredths, thousths) Shading Equivalent Fractions Shading Equivalent Fractions 1 Comparing Fractions 2 Ordering Fractions Ordering Fractions Equivalent Fractions Equivalent Fractions Simplifying Fractions Simplifying Fractions Decimals from Words to Digits 1 Decimals from Words to Digits 2 Decimal Place Value Decimals to Fractions 1 Decimals to Fractions 2 Fraction to Terminating Decimal Fractions to Decimals 2 Fractions to Decimals Decimals on a Line Decimals on the Line Comparing Decimals Comparing Decimals 1 Decimal Order Decimal Order 1 Adding Decimals Add Decimals 2 Subtracting Decimals Subtract Decimals 2 Adding Subtracting Decimals Grade 5 Fractions, Decimals Percentages Grade 5 Fractions, Decimals Percentages Grade 5 Fractions, Decimals Percentages Grade 5 Fractions, Decimals Percentages 29 3P Learning

34 Grade 5 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Shape Shape Shape Shape Shape 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes 5.SS.1 5.SS.2 5.SS.3 5.SS.4 5.SS.5 Design construct different rectangles given either perimeter or area, or both (whole numbers), draw conclusions understing of measuring length (mm) understing of volume understing of capacity Describe provide examples of edges faces of 3-D objects, sides of 2-D shapes Perimeter of Shapes Perimeter Perimeter: Squares Rectangles Perimeter: Squares Rectangles Perimeter: Squares Rectangles Perimeter: Triangles Perimeter: Triangles 1 Comparing Length Everyday Length Measuring Length Converting Units of Length Compare Length Compare Length 1 Meters Kilometers Centimeters Millimeters Converting cm mm How Long Is That (Customary)? Inches, Feet, Yards Volume: Rectangular Prisms 1 Volume: Rectangular Prisms 1 Volume: Cuboid 1 Volume: Rectangular Prisms 2 Volume: Cuboid 2 Volume: Triangular Prisms Volume: Triangular Prisms 1 Millilitres Litres Milliliters Liters Capacity Word Problems How many Faces? How many Faces? How many Edges? How many Edges? How many Corners? How many Corners? Faces, Edges Vertices Faces, Edges Vertices Grade 5 Length, Perimeter Area Grade 5 Length, Perimeter Area Grade 5 Volume, Capacity Mass Grade 5 Volume, Capacity Mass Grade 5 Geometry 31 3P Learning

35 Grade 5 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Shape Shape Shape Statistics Probability Statistics Probability Statistics Probability Statistics Probability 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes 3-D Objects 2-D Shapes Data Analysis Data Analysis Chance Uncertainty Chance Uncertainty 5.SS.6 5.SS.7 5.SS.8 5.SP.1 5.SP.2 5.SP.3 5.SP.4 Identify sort quadrilaterals Perform a single transformation (translation, rotation, or reflection) of a 2-D shape, draw describe the image Identify a single transformation (translation, rotation, or reflection) of 2-D shapes Differentiate between first-h secondh data Construct interpret double bar graphs to draw conclusion Describe the likelihood of a single outcome occurring Compare the likelihood of two possible outcomes occurring Collect the Polygons Collect the Objects 2 Collect Simple Shapes Collect the Shapes Collect the Shapes 1 Collect the Objects Collect the Objects 1 Collect the Objects Transformations Transformations Flip, Slide, Turn What are the Chances? What Are the Chances? How many Combinations? Possible Outcomes Bar Graphs 1 Bar Graphs 2 What are the Chances? What Are the Chances? How many Combinations? Possible Outcomes What are the Chances? What Are the Chances? How many Combinations? Possible Outcomes Grade 5 Geometry Grade 5 Geometry Grade 5 Geometry Grade 5 Chance Data Grade 5 Chance Data Grade 5 Chance Data Grade 5 Chance Data 3P Learning 32

36 Grade 6 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Place Value 6.N.1 Place Value 6.N.2 Multiples Factors Improper fractions/mixed numbers 6.N.3 6.N.4 understing of place value for numbers Solve problems involving large numbers understing of factors multiples Relate improper fractions to mixed numbers Place Value to Billions Place value 3 Partition rename 3 Comparing s Decimal Order Decimal Order 1 Estimate Decimal Differences 1 Estimate Decimal Sums 1 Estimate Decimal Differences 2 Estimate Decimal Sums 2 Estimate Sums Estimate Products Estimate Quotients Estimate Decimal Operations Estimate Differences Problems: Times Divide Problems: Multiply Divide Problems: Multiply Divide 1 Problems: Add Subtract Problems: Add Subtract Problems: Add Subtract Lowest Common Multiple Least Common Multiple Multiples Multiples Product of Prime Factors Factors Highest Common Factor Greatest Common Factor Converting Mixed Improper Mixed to Improper Mixed to Improper 1 Improper to Mixed Improper to Mixed Comparing Fractions 1 Comparing Fractions 2 Ordering Fractions Ordering Fractions Grade 6 Reading Understing Whole s Grade 6 Fractions, Decimals Percentages Grade 7 Whole s Grade 6 Fractions, Decimals Percentages 33 3P Learning

37 Grade 6 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Ratios 6.N.5 Percents 6.N.6 Integers 6.N.7 emonstrate an understing of ratio, concretely, pictorially, symbolically understing of percent (limited to whole numbers), concretely, pictorially, symbolically Order integers on a number line; compare integers using <, >, =; order a set of integers in ascending or descending order. Ratio Ratios Equivalent Ratios Dividing a Quantity in a Ratio Ratio Word Problems Ratio Word Problems 1 Ratio Proportion Solve Proportions Unitary Method Best Buy Calculating Percentages Percent of a Calculating Percentages 1 Decimal to Percentage Percents Decimals Percentage of a Quantity Percentage to Fraction Percents to Fractions Percentage Increase Decrease Percentage Composition Percentage Word Problems Solve Percent Equations Percent Increase Decrease Modelling Percentages Integers: Add Subtract Add Integers Ordering Integers Comparing Integers More with Integers Integers on a Line Integers: Multiply Divide Integers: Multiply Divide Integers: Order of Operations Integers: Order of Operations Subtract Integers Ordering Integers Decimals Grade 6 Fractions, Decimals Percentages Grade 7 Directed s 3P Learning 34

38 Grade 6 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Decimals 6.N.8 Order of Operations Variables Equations 6.N.9 6.PR.1 6.PR.2 6.PR.3 Estimate product/ quotient using front-end estimation place decimal in correct place; use vertical multiplication long division to find products quotients Explain apply order of operations understing of the relationships within tables of values to solve problems Represent describe patterns relationships using graphs tables Represent generalizations arising from number relationships using equations with letter variables Dividing by 10, 100, 1000 Dividing by 10, 100, 1000 Multiplying by 10, 100, 1000 Multiply Multiples of 10 Decimal by Decimal Decimal by Decimal 1 Divide Decimal by Decimal Decimal by Whole Decimal by Whole 1 Multiplying by 10, 100, 1000 Order of Operations 1 Order of Operations 1 (PEDMAS) Integers: Order of Operations Integers: Order of Operations Order of Operations 2 (PEDMAS) Order of Operations 2 Table of Values Find the Pattern Rule Find the Function Rule Pattern Rules Tables Function Rules Tables Ordered Pairs Coordinate Graphs Coordinate Graphs: 1st Quadrant Graphing from a Table of Values Graphing from a Table of Values 2 Perimeter of Shapes Perimeter Perimeter: Squares Rectangles Perimeter: Squares Rectangles Perimeter: Squares Rectangles Perimeter: Triangles Perimeter: Triangles 1 Grade 6 Multiplication Division Grade 6 Algebra Grade 6 Position Grade 7 The Plane Grade 6 Length, Perimeter Area 35 3P Learning

41 Grade 6 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Statistics Probability Statistics Probability Data Analysis Chance Uncertainty 6.SP.3 6.SP.4 Select type of graph for displaying set of collected data justify choice of graph; solve problem by graphing data interpreting graph. Identify possible outcomes; predict probability of an outcome; distinguish between theoretical probability experimental probability. Pie Charts Pie Chart Calculations Bar Chart Bar Graphs 1 Column Graphs Bar Graphs 2 Divided Bar Graphs Compound Bar Chart What are the Chances? Will it Happen? Probability Scale Data Grade 6 Chance Probability Grade 7 Chance 3P Learning 38

44 Grade 7 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Shape Shape Shape Shape Shape Statistics Probability Algebraic Expressions Algebraic Expressions Algebraic Expressions 7.PR.6 7.PR.6 7.PR.7 7.SS.1 Solve a problem using a linear equation Verify the solution to a linear equation Solve Linear Equations diameter is twice the radius in a circle 7.SS.2 area of triangles 3-D objects 2-D shapes Position Motion Position Motion Data Analysis 7.SS.3 7.SS.4 7.SS.5 7.SP.1 Identify line segments on a diagram that are parallel or perpendicular Label the axes of a Cartesian plane identify the origin Perform a transformation or consecutive transformations on a 2-D shape, identify coordinates of the vertices of the image mean, median, mode Solving Simple Equations More Substitution in Formulae Solving More Equations Solve Equations: Multiply, Divide 2 Checking Solutions Solving Simple Equations Solving More Equations Equations: Variables, Both Sides Solve Multi-Step Equations Equations with Fractions Circle Terms Circumference: Circles Area: Triangles Area: Right Angled Triangles Area: Quadrilaterals Area: Circles 1 Parallel Lines What Line am I? Ordered Pairs Transformations Rotations: Coordinate Plane Transformations: Coordinate Plane Flip, Slide, Turn Transformations Symmetry Symmetry or Not? Mean Median Mode Mean from Frequency Table Median from Frequency Mode from Frequency Table Grade 8 Equations Grade 8 Equations Grade 8 Equations Perimeter Area Grade 7 Area Perimeter Grade 7 The Plane Grade 7 The Plane Data 41 3P Learning

45 Grade 7 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Statistics Probability Statistics Probability Statistics Probability Statistics Probability Statistics Probability Statistics Probability Data Analysis Data Analysis Chance Uncertainty Chance Uncertainty Chance Uncertainty Chance Uncertainty 7.SP.2 7.SP.3 7.SP.4 Analyze a set of data to identify any outliers Create label a circle graph Determine the probability of an outcome occurring for a probability experiment, express it as a ratio, fraction, or percent Creating a Sector Graph Sector Graph Calculations Sector Graph Angles Sector Graphs Sector Graph Calculations Sector Graph Angles Sector Graphs Simple Probability Ratios Find the Probability Dice Coins Possible Outcomes 7.SP.4 Probability Scale Probability Scale 7.SP.5 7.SP.6 Provide an example of two independent events Determine the theoretical probability of an outcome for an experiment involving two independent events. Dice Coins Two-way Table Probability Tree Diagrams Dice Coins Two-way Table Probability Probability Tables Probability With Replacement Probability Without Replacement Data Grade 7 Chance Grade 7 Chance Grade 7 Chance Grade 7 Chance 3P Learning 42

46 Grade 8 Str Substr Outcome Outcome Description Activities ebooks Develop number sense Develop number sense Develop number sense Develop number sense Develop number sense 8.N.1 8.N.2 8.N.3 8.N.4 8.N.5 Determine the square root of a perfect square Estimate the square root of a number " understing of percents greater than or equal to 0%." Solve a problem involving rate, ratio, or percent multiplying of two positive fractions Square Roots 1 Exponent Form to s Exponent Notation Estimating Square Roots What Fraction is Shaded? Shading Equivalent Fractions Percentage of a Quantity Calculating Percentages Percentage to Fraction Decimal to Percentage Percents Decimals Decimals to Fractions 2 Fraction to Terminating Decimal Fractions to Decimals Grade 8 Fractions to Decimals 2 Percentage Percents Decimals Calculations Percentage Word Problems Percentage Increase Decrease Percentage of a Quantity Solve Percent Equations Percentage Composition Rate Word Problems Ratio Rates Rates Word Problems Equivalent Ratios Dividing a Quantity in a Ratio Ratio Word Problems Grade 8 Percentage Word Problems Percentage Percentage Increase Decrease Calculations Percentage of a Quantity Solve Proportions Multiplying Fractions Multiply Two Fractions 1 Multiply Two Fractions 2 Grade 7 Fractions 43 3P Learning

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