Math

  • SINGAPORE MATH CURRICULUM

    2011-2012

     

     

    Chapter 1 – Numbers to 10,000

    Students will count and compare numbers to 10,000

    Chapter 2 – Mental Math and Estimation

    Students use number bonds and estimation strategies to find and check sums and differences.

    Chapter 3 – Addition up to 10,000

    Students will find that greater numbers can be added the same way 2-digit numbers are added, with or without regrouping.

    Chapter 4 – Subtraction up to 10,000

    Students will subtract greater numbers with and without regrouping.

    Chapter 5 – Using Bar Models: Addition and Subtraction

    Students will use bar models to solve 2-step real-world problems involving addition and subtraction.

    Chapter 6 – Multiplication Tables of 6, 7, 8, and 9

    Students will multiply using many different models.

    Chapter 7 – Multiplication

    Students use mental math to multiply. They also use numbers up to 3 digits to multiply with or without regrouping.

    Chapter 8 – Division

    Students use related multiplication facts to divide. They learn that there can be remainders when dividing to make equal groups or when sharing equally.

    Chapter 9 – Using Bar Models: Multiplication and Division

    Students use bar models to solve different kinds of multiplication and division word problems.

    Chapter 10 – Money

    Students add and subtract money in different ways with and without regrouping.

    Chapter 11 – Metric Length, Mass, and Volume

    Students learn that length, mass, and volume can be measured using metric unites of measurements.

    Chapter 12 – Real-World Problems: Measurement

    Students use bar-models to solve one- and two-step measurement problems.

    Chapter 13 – Bar Graphs and Line Plots

    Students use bar graphs and line plots to help organize data.

    Chapter 14 – Fractions

    Students use fractions to describe parts of a region or parts of a set.

    Chapter 15 – Customary Length, Weight, and Capacity

    Students learn that length, weight, and capacity can be measured using customary units.

    Chapter 16 – Time and Temperature

    Students learn that time can be used to tell when activities start and end, and that temperature can be used to understand what the weather will be like.

    Chapter 17 – Angles and Lines

    Students find angles and lines in plane shapes and real-world objects, and describe them with special names.

    Chapter 18 – Two-Dimensional Shapes

    Students learn that polygons can be classified by the number of sides, corners, and angles. They also learn that figures can be congruent or symmetrical, or both.

    Chapter 19 – Area and Perimeter

    Students explore and understand units used to find perimeter and area of figures and analyze the relationship between them.