Math: Unit 1    - Students will be able to find the factors of a number.    - Students will be able to use the Commutative Property of             Multiplication.    - Students will be able to define and classify prime and composite       numbers.    - Students will be fluent in the basic multiplication facts. Unit 2    - Students will be able to write numbers from millions to thousandths.    - Students weill be able to round and estimate numbers from millions to      thousandths.    - Students will be able to estimate sums and differences with                decimals.    - When solving a problem, students will be able to estimate first,          solve the problem, and decide if the answer is reasonable.    - Students will be able to add and subtract decimals. Unit 3    - Students will be able to use mathematical tools to measure angles      and segments accuratly.      - Students will be able to name and measure the four kinds of angles      (right, obtuse, acute, and reflex).    - Students will be able to identify the types of triangles (equilateral,      scalene, and isoceles) and understand the sum of the anglese is 180      degrees. Unit 4    - Students will know and recall basic division facts.    - Students will be able to divide multi-digit numbers with       different methods.    - Students will be able to divide multi-digit numbers in real      life problems and check the reasonableness of the result with          multiplication.    - Students will be able to choose the most useful form of the       remainder.    - Students will be able to solve problems with a variable. Unit 5    - Students will be able to order mixed numbers and improper fractions.    - Students will be able to locate fractions on a number line.    - Students will be able to use identify fractions on a ruler to the 1/8      inch.    - Students will be able to find equivalent fractions. Unit 6    - Students will be able to add and subtract frations with like and      unlike denominators.    - Students will be able to represent the remainder of a division      problem in a variety of ways (R as the remainder, as a fraction, and      as a decimal).    - Students will be able to know how to identify or calcualte the mean,      meadian, mode, and range within a data set.    - Students will be able to create and read double bar and line graphs. Unit 7    - Students will be able to write numbers in exponential notation.    - Students will be able to apply the rules of the order of operations to      solve number sentences.    - Students will be able to order positive and negative rational numbers.    - Students will be able to add and subtract positive and negative       rational numbers. Unit 8    - Students will be able to compare, add, subtract, and divide fractions      and mixed numbers.    - Students will be able to write fractions in simplest terms.    - Students will be able to identify unit rates, fraction and percents. Unit 9    - Students will be able to plot coordinates on a coordinate plane.    - Students will be able to find the area of rectangles, triangles, and      other parallelograms.    - Students will be able to find the volume of rectangular and right      prism.    - Students will be able to identify the relationshuips between the liter,      mililiter, and cubic centimeter. Unit 10    - Students will be able to solve pan-balance problems.    - Students will be able to describe a relationship between two      quantities using rules, tables, and graphs.    - Students will be able to determine the circumference and area of a      circle. Unit 11    - Students will be able to identify and define geometric solids.    - Students will be able to fidn the volumes of pyramids, cones, and      cylinders.    - Students will be able to find the surface area of prisms, cylinders,      and pyramids.    - Students will be able to convert measurements among units of      weights, capacity, and volume. Unit 12    - Students will be able to find the greatest common factor and least      common multiple of two numbers.    - Students will be able to use ration and ration comparison.    - Students will be able to find the probability of an event.    - Students will be able to calculate rates from data.