Chapter 1 Big Idea!
How is place value used in our everyday life?
|1-1||How do you use base ten blocks to make a twodigit number?|
|1-2||How does the place of a digit tell you the placevalue?|
|1-3||How does using logical reasoning help in solvingproblems?|
|1-4||How do you write numbers using words?|
|1-5||How do you estimate to find “how many”?|
|1-6||How do you use the number line to order numbers?|
|1-7||How do you compare numbers using <,>, or =?|
|1-8||How do you identify patterns and continue thepattern?|
|1-9||What clues help you choose a problem solvingstrategy?|
|1-10||What patterns do you see when you skip count?|
| Chapter 2 Big Idea!
How can you use addition to find out “how many”?
|2-1||How do you know the sum will not change when youswitch the order of the addends?|
|2-2||How do you use the number line to count on?|
|2-3||How does acting out help in solving problems?|
|2-4||How do you think using doubles will help you solveaddition problems?|
|2-5||How can you use doubles to learn other addition facts?|
|2-6||How does making ten make it easier or harder to add?|
|2-7||How can you add numbers in different ways to simplifycolumn addition?|
|2-8||What clues help you choose a problem solving strategy?|
Chapter 3 Big Idea!
How do you use subtraction in the real world?
|3-1||How do you use the number line to subtract?|
|3-2||What happens when you subtract all or 0?|
|3-3||How do you use double facts to subtract?|
|3-4||How does guess and check help you with problemsolving?|
|3-5||How do you use addition to help you find the difference?|
|3-6||What makes addition and subtraction inverse operations?|
|3-7||How do fact families help in solving addition andsubtraction problems?|
|3-8||What clues help in deciding which operation to use tosolve a problem?|
Chapter 4 Big Idea!
How can you show data collected from a survey?
|4-1||How do tally marks help you organize data?|
|4-2||How are picture graphs and tally charts different?|
|4-3||How do you use picture graphs to draw conclusions?|
|4-4||How does creating a table help solve problems?|
|4-5||How are bar graphs different from picture graphs?|
|4-6||How do you use bar graphs to draw conclusions?|
|4-7||How do you determine the probability of an event?|
|4-8||What clues help in deciding which operation to use tosolve a problem?|
Chapter 5 Big Idea!
How does rounding numbers make addition easier in real world
|5-1||How is adding “tens” similar to adding basic facts?|
|5-2||Why is it important to learn how to count by 10’s?|
|5-3||How will working backward help solve multiplicationproblems?|
|5-4||How do you know if you have to regroup?|
|5-5||How do you show regrouping?|
|5-6||What steps do you follow when adding two digitnumbers?|
|5-7||How do you estimate sums?|
|5-8||How is adding 3 two digit numbers like adding 2 twodigit numbers?|
|5-9||What clues help you to choose a problem solving strategy?|
Chapter 6 Big Idea!
How do we use subtraction in the real world?
|6-1||How can you use single digit subtraction facts tosubtract 10’s.?|
|6-2||How do you use base 10 blocks to count back by tens?|
|6-3||Why do you sometimes have to regroup in order tosubtract?|
|6-4||How does writing a number sentence help whensolving problems?|
|6-5||When do you need to regroup in order to subtract?|
|6-6||What steps do you follow when regrouping forsubtraction?|
|6-7||Why does addition work as a check for subtraction?|
|6-8||What clues help you to choose a problem solvingstrategy?|
|6-9||How can rounding help when estimating the difference?|
Chapter 7 Big Idea!
Why is it important to know the value of each coin and be able
to add them?
|7-1||How is the cent symbol used to name the value of coins?|
|7-2||How do you order coins in order to count them?|
|7-3||Why is it helpful to put coins in order before countingthem?|
|7-4||How does “Acting It Out” help to solve problems?|
|7-5||How are dollar and cent signs different and alike?|
|7-6||How is adding money different than adding two digitnumbers?|
|7-7||How is subtracting money subtracting other two digitnumbers?|
|7-8||What clues help you to determine the best strategy forproblem solving?|
Chapter 8 Big Idea!
Why is it important to understand temperature and time?
|8-1||How do you read a thermometer?|
|8-2||How do you compare units of time measurement?|
|8-3||How do you tell time to the hour and the half hour?|
|8-4||How does it help to find a pattern in problem solving?|
|8-5||How do you use the minute hand to tell time to thequarter hour?|
|8-6||How do you skip count by 5’s to tell time?|
|8-7||Why would someone want to collect temperature data?|
|8-8||What clues help you to determine the best strategy forproblem solving?|
Chapter 9 Big Idea!
How do fractions help us do ordinary things everyday?
|9-1||How are unit fractions alike?|
|9-2||How are the fractions ¼ and 2/8 alike?|
|9-3||How does drawing a picture help in problem solving?|
|9-4||Why does a fraction for the whole have the same numberon the top and bottom?|
|9-5||How do you know if a fraction is closer to 0, ½, or 1?|
|9-6||What does the fraction ¼ of a group mean?|
|9-7||How would you use a fraction to show part of a group?|
|9-8||What clues help you to determine the best strategy forproblem solving?|
Chapter 10 Big Idea!
How would understanding place value help in estimating numbers
up to one thousand?
|10-1||How would you show 3 digit numbers using base tenblocks?|
|10-2||How do you use a place value chart to identify valuesof 3 digit numbers?|
|10-3||How can making a list help you solve problems?|
|10-4||How do you write a number in expanded form from amodel?|
|10-5||How do you read and write numbers to one thousand?|
|10-6||What clues help you to determine the best strategy forproblem solving?|
|10-7||How do you compare numbers using < , = , > ?|
|10-8||How do you use place value to order numbers?|
|10-9||How can you tell if the number pattern is countingby 100’s?|
|Chapter 11 Big Idea!
Where do you see 2 and 3-dimensional figures in the real world?
|11-1||What are three dimensional figures?|
|11-2||How can you describe three dimensional figures?|
|11-3||How can you identify a 2-dimensional figure?|
|11-4||How does looking for a pattern help in problem solving?|
|11-5||How does the number of sides & vertices determine a2 dimensional figure?|
|11-6||How do you compare figures?|
|11-7||How can you combine figures to form new figures?|
|11-8||What clues help you to determine the best strategy forproblem solving?|
|11-9||How do you find a point on a number line?|
|11-10||How do you locate points on a grid?|
Chapter 12 Big Idea!
How do you use non-standard and standard units of measure?
|12-1||How do you measure objects with nonstandard unitsof measure?|
|12-2||Why is it better to measure in inches, rather thanpaperclips?|
|12-3||How does guess and check help in solving problems?|
|12-4||How would you use a ruler to measure in inches?|
|12-5||How do you measure objects using metric measurement?|
|12-6||How do you estimate using metric measurement?|
|12-7||How do you determine the area using pattern blocks?|
|12-8||What clues help you to determine the best strategy forproblem solving?|
Chapter 13 Big Idea!
How do we use measurement in everyday life?
|13-1||How can you use nonstandard units to measure capacity?|
|13-2||What is the difference between the amount a cup can holdand the amount a gallon can hold?|
|13-3||How can acting it out help to solve a problem?|
|13-4||How can we estimate capacity using milliliters and liters?|
|13-5||How do we use nonstandard units to measure weight?|
|13-6||What is the difference between ounces and pounds?|
|13-7||What is the difference between a gram and kilogram?|
|13-8||What are the clues to help you solve the problem?|
|Chapter 14 Big Idea!
Why is knowing addition and subtraction facts helpful in the
|14-1||How can you add numbers in the hundreds?|
|14-2||How is three digit addition like two digit addition?|
|14-3||How is regrouping ones different from regrouping tens?|
|14-4||How does making a table help in problem solving?|
|14-5||When do you estimate?|
|14-6||Why can you use single-digit number facts to subtracthundreds?|
|14-7||How is subtracting 3-digit numbers like subtracting2-digit numbers?|
|14-8||How do you know when to regroup?|
|14-9||Why is it important to know how to round andestimate?|
|14-10||What clues help you to solve the problems?|
Chapter 15 Big Idea!
How can the making of models help us to understand the world
|15-1||How can making models for word problems help usunderstand the problem?|
|15-2||How can skip counting help you find the total when thereare equal groups?|
|15-3||How can drawing a picture help you solve theproblem?|
|15-4||How does repeated addition help you understandmultiplication?|
|15-5||How can arrays help you multiply?|
|15-6||What can you do to share things equally?|
|15-7||What can you do to make equal groups?|
|15-8||What clues help you solve the problem?|