Math Scope and Sequence

This page provides a high-level overview of the skills and facts that are covered in our math curriculum.

Age 5-7

Semester 1

Unit 1: Number Sense 1-20 (27 days)

Counting, ordering and comparing numbers, creating number bonds, making 10, recognizing patterns, learning skip counting

Unit 2: Geometry (14 days)

Exploring two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes, understanding shape attributes, forming halves and quarters

Unit 3: Addition and Subtraction to 10 (14 days)

Adding and subtracting to 10, counting coins, using an abacus, number line, and counters

Unit 4: Data and Graphing (13 days)

Collecting and representing data, using tally marks and tally graphs, creating pictographs and bar graphs

Unit 5: Addition and Subtraction to 20 (17 days)

Understanding mathematical properties, adding three numbers, reading and writing in mathematical language, learning addition and subtraction problem-solving strategies

Semester 2

Unit 6: Time (14 days)

Exploring the concept and measurement of time, learning both digital and analog formats, reading and writing time to the ½ hour, sequencing time, and relating time to daily activities

Unit 7: Place Value (27 days)

Representing two-digit and three-digit numbers, understanding tens and ones place value, sequencing and comparing numbers to 120, adding and subtracting larger numbers

Unit 8: Measurement (17 days)

Exploring linear measurement using nonstandard units, introducing the measurement of weight, temperature, and volume

Unit 9: Addition to 100 (17 days)

Synthesizing skills for adding and subtracting within 100, adding two-digit numbers, adding multiples of ten, adding a one-digit number to a two-digit number, developing mental math strategies

Unit 10: Skills Review (6 days)

Reviewing addition and subtraction, fact fluency within 10, place value, linear measurement, and basic geometric shapes and attributes

Age 6-8

Semester 1

Unit 1: Number Sense

Number patterns, mathematical language, greater than, less than, equal to, odd and even numbers

Unit 2: Addition and Subtraction / Fact Power!

Fluency in addition and subtraction to 20, fact power, arrays, commutative property of addition, doubles, fact families

Unit 3: Geometry

2D and 3D shapes, sides, angles, vertices, faces, edges, halves, quarters, thirds, tessellations, tangrams

Unit 4: Place Value I

Place value to the thousands, skip counting by 10s and 100s, composing tens, carrying

Semester 2

Unit 5: Measurement: Length

US Customary System, metric system, selecting units

Unit 6: Place Value II

Adding and subtracting two-digit and three-digit numbers, borrowing, sequencing and comparing three-digit numbers

Unit 7: Telling Time

Telling time to 5 minutes, AM and PM, using time to communicate and plan

Unit 8: Money

Coins and bills up to $5, money problems

Unit 9: Data and Graphing

Collecting and displaying data, graphing up to four categories, pictographs, bar graphs, line plots, using data to draw conclusions

Unit 10: Skills Review

Review place value to 1000, addition and subtraction within 1000, linear measurement using standard units, geometric shapes, time, money, and graphing

Age 7-9

Semester 1

Unit 1: Multiplication and Division I

Multiplication strategies; commutative property of multiplication; multiples of 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10; multiplication problem solving; division; multiplication and division fact families

Unit 2: Place Value

Review of three-digit place value, numbers to 10,000, rounding, using rounding to estimate sums and differences, adding and subtracting four-digit numbers

Unit 3: Measurement

Telling time to the minute, elapsed time, weight, volume

Unit 4: Multiplication and Division II

Multiplication and division facts; multiples of 6, 7, 8, and 9; associative and distributive properties of multiplication; multiplication and division problem solving

Semester 2

Unit 5: Area and Perimeter

Plane shapes review, calculating perimeter and area, solving perimeter and area problems

Unit 6: Fractions

Introduction to fractions, fraction parts, division and groups, fractions on number lines, equivalent fractions, fraction problem solving

Unit 7: Geometry

Parallel, intersecting, and perpendicular lines; attributes of quadrilaterals; dividing shapes; geometric problem solving

Unit 8: Graphing Data

Data collection; reading and creating pictographs, bar graphs, line plots

Unit 9: Skills Review

Reviewing multiplication and division, fractions, perimeter and area, and geometry