
Connect data sets and their graphical
representations (i.e., bar graphs, circle graphs, and stemandleaf
plots). 
6.5.7
Connect data sets and their graphical
representations (i.e., bar graphs, circle graphs, and stemandleaf
plots). 
Textbook Lesson 23 (Circle
Graphs)
Practice Workbook
Fun & Sun
StemandLeaf 


Make conjectures and predictions based
on data. 
6.5.8
Make conjectures and predictions based
on data. 
Textbook Lesson 24 (Making
Predictions)
Practice Workbook
Predictions 

5 
Connect data sets and their graphical
representations (i.e., bar graphs, circle graphs, and stemandleaf
plots). 
6.5.7
Connect data sets and their graphical
representations (i.e., bar graphs, circle graphs, and stemandleaf
plots). 
Textbook Lesson 25 (StemandLeaf
Plots)
Practice Workbook
Fun & Sun
StemandLeaf 


Determine the mean of a data set. 
6.5.3
Determine the mean of a data set.

Textbook Lesson 26 (Mean)
Practice Workbook
MathisFun 


Determine the mean, median and mode of
a data set. 
6.5.3
Determine the mean of a data set.
6.5.1
Determine the mode of a data set
6.5.4
Determine the median from a
stemandleaf plot. 
Textbook Lesson 27 (Median, Mode,
and Range)
Practice Workbook
MathisFun
Mode 
BrainPop Math

6

Determine the mean, median and mode of
a data set.
CONTINUED 
6.5.3
Determine the mean of a data set.
6.5.1
Determine the mode of a data set
6.5.4
Determine the median from a
stemandleaf plot. 
CONTINUED Textbook Lesson 27
(Median, Mode, and Range)
Practice Workbook
Airplane Activity
MathisFun
Stemandleaf 


Interpret bar and line graphs to
answer questions and solve re alworld problems.

6.5.2
Interpret bar and line graphs to
answer questions and solve re alworld problems.

Textbook Lesson 28 (Analyzing
Graphs)
Practice Workbook
Quizville 

7

Interpret bar and line graphs to
answer questions and solve re alworld problems.
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, decimals and percents). 
6.5.2
Interpret bar and line graphs to
answer questions and solve re alworld problems.
6.1.3
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, decimals, and percents). 
Textbook Lesson 31 (Representing
Decimals)
Practice Workbook



Compare and order whole numbers,
fractions, decimals, and percents using the appropriate symbol (<,
>, =). 
6.1.5
Compare and order whole numbers,
fractions, decimals, and percents using the appropriate symbol (<,
>, =). 
Textbook Lesson 32 (Comparing and
Ordering Decimals)
Practice Workbook 


Use strategies to estimate perimeter
and area of rectangles. 
6.4.1
Use strategies to estimate perimeter
and area of rectangles. 
Textbook Lesson 33 (Rounding Decimals)
Practice Workbook 

8 
Use estimation to select a reasonable
solution to a computation involving whole numbers, fractions, and/or
decimals. 
6.1.8
Use estimation to select a reasonable
solution to a computation involving whole numbers, fractions, and/or
decimals. 
Textbook Lesson 34 (Estimating
Sums and Differences)
Practice Workbook 


Solve onestep realworld problems
involving whole numbers and decimals. 
6.1.2
Solve onestep realworld problems
involving whole numbers and decimals. 
Textbook Lesson 35 (Adding and
Subtracting Decimals)
Practice Workbook 

9 
See above blueprint 
See above standards 
Review and Nine Weeks Test 

10 
Solve onestep realworld problems
involving whole numbers and decimals. 
6.1.2
Solve onestep realworld problems
involving whole numbers and decimals. 
Textbook Lesson 41 (Multiplying
Decimals by Whole Numbers)
Practice Workbook 


Solve onestep realworld problems
involving whole numbers and decimals. 
6.1.2
Solve onestep realworld problems
involving whole numbers and decimals. 
Textbook Lesson 42 (Multiplying
Decimals)
Practice Workbook 


Select a reasonable solution to a
realworld division problem in which the remainder must be
considered. 
6.1.11
Select a reasonable solution to a
realworld division problem in which the remainder must be
considered. 
Textbook Lesson 43 (Dividing
Decimals by Whole Numbers)
Practice Workbook 


Solve onestep realworld problems
involving whole numbers and decimals. 
6.1.2
Solve onestep realworld problems
involving whole numbers and decimals. 
Textbook Lesson 44 (Dividing By
Decimals)
Practice Workbook 


Solve realworld problems involving
perimeter and area of rectangles. 
6.4.7
Solve realworld problems involving
perimeter and area of rectangles. 
Textbook Lesson 45 (Perimeter)
Practice Workbook 

11 
No direct objective 
No direct standard 
Textbook Lesson 46
(Circumference)
Practice Workbook 


No direct objective 
No direct standard 
Textbook Lesson 51 (Greatest
Common Factor)
Practice Workbook 


Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, decimals, and percents). 
6.1.3
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, decimals, and percents). 
Textbook Lesson 52 (Simplifying
Fractions)
Practice Workbook 


Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, decimals, and percents). 
6.1.3
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, decimals, and percents). 
Textbook Lesson 53 (Mixed Numbers
and Improper Fractions)
Practice Workbook 


Connect whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, and decimals to locations on the number line. 
6.1.4
Connect whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, and decimals to locations on the number line. 
Textbook Lesson 54 (Least Common
Multiple)
Practice Workbook 

12 
Compare and order whole numbers,
fractions, decimals, and percents using the appropriate symbol
(<,>,=). 
6.1.5
Compare and order whole numbers,
fractions, decimals, and percents using the appropriate symbol (<,
>, =). 
Textbook Lesson 55 (Comparing and
Ordering Fractions)
Practice Workbook 


Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
6.1.3
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
Textbook Lesson 56 (Writing
Decimals as Fractions)
Practice Workbook 


No direct objective 
No direct standard 
Textbook Lesson 57 (Writing
Fractions as Decimals)
Practice Workbook 

13 


Finish Chapter 5 (if needed), Review
and Test 

14 
Connect whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, and decimals to locations on the number line. 
6.1.4
Connect whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, and decimals to locations on the number line. 
Textbook Lesson 61 (Rounding
Fractions and Mixed Numbers)
Practice Workbook 


Connect whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, and decimals to locations on the number line. 
6.1.4
Connect whole numbers, mixed numbers,
fractions, and decimals to locations on the number line. 
Textbook Lesson 62 (Estimating
Sums and Differences)
Practice Workbook 


Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
6.1.3
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
Textbook Lesson 63 (Adding and
Subtracting Fractions with Like Denominators)
Practice Workbook 


Connect ratios to a variety of models,
realworld situations, and symbolic representations. 
6.1.10
Connect ratios to a variety of models,
realworld situations, and symbolic representations. 
Textbook Lesson 64 (Adding and
Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators)
Practice Workbook 


Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
6.1.3
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
Textbook Lesson 65 (Adding and
Subtracting Mixed Numbers)
Practice Workbook 

15 
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
6.1.3
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
Textbook Lesson 66 (Subtracting
Mixed Numbers with Renaming)
Practice Workbook 




Finish Chapter 6, Review and Test 

16 
Use strategies to estimate perimeter
and area of rectangles. 
6.4.1
Use strategies to estimate perimeter
and area of rectangles. 
Textbook Lesson 71 (Estimating
Products)
Practice Workbook 


Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
6.1.3
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
Textbook Lesson 72 (Multiplying
Fractions)
Practice Workbook 


Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
6.1.3
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
Textbook Lesson 73 (Multiplying
Mixed Numbers)
Practice Workbook 
Multiplying Mixed Numbers


Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
6.1.3
Represent numbers using a variety of
models and equivalent forms (i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers,
mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents). 
Textbook Lesson 74 (Dividing
Fractions)
Practice Workbook 

17 
The learner will be able to
comprehend the concepts of
ratio and/or proportion. 
6.1.10
Connect ratios to a variety of models,
realworld situations, and symbolic representations.

Textbook Lesson 75 (Dividing
Mixed Numbers)
Practice Workbook 

1820 
The learner will be able to identify
and define circle
parts.
The learner will be able to apply the
Pythagorean
Theorem.
The learner will be able to apply the
properties and
concepts of transformations.
The learner will be able to use
spatial reasoning to solve
problems.
The learner will be able to use
spatial reasoning skills.
The learner will be able to apply
inductive and
deductive reasoning to solve
problems.
The learner will be able to
understand the concepts of
planes, points, lines, and rays.
The learner will be able to recognize
symmetry.
The learner will be able to apply the
geometric
properties.
The learner will be able to obtain
solutions to problem
situations with geometric models.
The learner will be able to apply
geometric
constructions to obtain solutions to
real world and
mathematical problems.
The learner will be able to obtain
solutions to problems
using spatial visualization.
The learner will be able to subdivide
figures.
The learner will be able to combine
geometric figures in
creating other geometric figures.
The learner will be able to identify
parallel lines.
The learner will be able to identify
perpendicular lines. 
6.3.1
Identify parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines.
6.3.3
Classify twodimensional geometric figures using properties.
6.3.4
Identify the results of transformations of twodimensional figures
(i.e.., rotations/turns, flips/reflections,
slides/translations).
6.3.5
Use spatial reasoning to identify the threedimensional figure
created from a twodimensional representation (net) of that
figure (i.e., cube, rectangular
prism, pyramid, cone, or cylinder).
6.3.6
Classify angles as acute,
obtuse, right, or straight.
6.3.7
Classify quadrilaterals
using their defining properties. 
GeometryRESOURCES AVAILABLE AT LATER DATE 
MATHO Geometry Flash Card
Online Geometry Quiz
Transformations
Space figures and basic solids
Mr. Frey’s Online Geometry Page 
21 
The learner will be able to identify
a suitable unit of
measure for use in a particular
situation.
The learner will be able to apply
nonstandard units in
measurement situations.
The learner will be able to solve
problems involving
indirect measures.
The learner will be able to develop
an understanding of
calendars and their uses.
The learner will be able to determine
the length of an
object.
The learner will be able to solve
problems involving
time.
The learner will be able to perform
calculations with
money.
The learner will be able to
understand temperature
concepts in problem solving
situations.
The learner will be able to determine
the perimeter of a
geometric figure.
The learner will be able to calculate
the area of a given
figure.
The learner will be able to measure
weight.
The learner will be able to determine
the circumference of a circle.
The learner will be able to measure
mass.
The learner will be able to measure
capacity.
The learner will be able to apply
scales in maps.
The learner will be able to use scale
drawings.
The learner will be able to construct
two and
threedimensional scale models of
common objects.
The learner will be able to make
measurement
estimations.
The learner will be able to determine
the degree of
accuracy of a measurement.
The learner will be able to determine
precision of
measurement.
The learner will be able to
understand the concepts of
measurement.
The learner will be able to measure
distance.
The learner will be able to perform
measurement
conversions from one unit to another.
The learner will be able to use a
ruler.
The learner will be able to use the
appropriate
measurement instrument (ruler,
thermometer, etc.)
when measuring a specific attribute.

6.4.1
Use strategies to estimate perimeter and area of rectangles.
6.4.3
Convert from one unit to another within the same system.
6.4.4
Select units of appropriate size and type to measure angles,
perimeter, area, capacity, volume, and weight.
6.4.5
Apply formulas to determine the area of rectangles and triangles.
6.4.8
Determine the distance between two points on the x or the yaxis in
Quadrant I.
6.4.9
Solve problems involving ratios and proportions. 

Mathews Metric Gum Parlor
Rainforest math
Measure It game from Funbrain
Metric and English Measurement Chart
length  customary system:
Measurement games
Rainforest math
Billy Bug and his quest for Grub
Solving Simple Prorportions
Metric Quiz
Interior Angles of Polygons

2223 
The learner will be able to
comprehend the concepts of
ratio and/or proportion. 
6.4.9
Solve problems involving ratios and proportions.
6.1.10
Connect ratios to a variety of models, realworld situations, and
symbolic representations.
6.4.6
Use scales to read maps.
6.1.3
Represent numbers using a variety of models and equivalent forms
(i.e., whole numbers, mixed numbers, fractions,
decimals, and percents). 
Textbook Chapter 10 Ratios, Proportion, and Percent
Practice Workbook 

24 
The learner will be able to apply an
understanding of the coordinate system. 
6.3.2
Use ordered pairs to describe given points in Quadrant I of a
coordinate system. 
Textbook Lesson 86 (The Coordinate Plane) 

2526 
The learner will be able to identify
the probability of a
given situation. 
6.2.3
Apply function rules. 
Textbook Chapter 11(Probability) 

27 
All benchmarks 
All
Standards 
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