Each topic in this chapter engages students in the following ways:

   EXPLORE: Videos pose a task for students to solve.  

        PRACTICE: Students practice the key ideas.

     REFLECT: Students consolidate learning by journaling.

CHAPTER 8 TIME

This chapter covers the learning of measurement in time. It will involve the conversion of the units in hours to minutes and vice versa as well as conversion of minutes to seconds and vice versa. After learning the conversion of the units, applications in the use of the conversion of the units in time will be incorporated in solving word problems.

CHAPTER 9 LENGTH, VOLUME, MASS

In this chapter, students will be able to read and measure length, volume and mass. They will also learn to convert from one form of unit to another and express them in different formats. Fractions and decimals will aid in the reading and measurements of quantity less than 1. There will be opportunities for them to solve word problems to apply their learning of the units of length, volume and mass.

CHAPTER 10 GEOMETRY

In this chapter, students will learn to use square grids to describe the position of an object. The square grid will then work as two axes for a clearer meaning to describe the position of the object. Students will learn to use coordinates to describe the position of an object. In addition, students will learn to sort two-dimensional shapes namely quadrilaterals and triangles. They will learn to sort them mainly by analyzing their angles and sides.

PRACTICE

Workbook Pages

  • C10.3 pg 59-60
  • C10.4 pg 61-63
 

Online Apps & Games

Classroom Pencil Box

Geometry Pad

X-Y Coordinate Board

Groundworks Series Reasoning With Geometry

CHAPTER 11 VOLUME OF SOLIDS

In this chapter, students will understand volume of three-dimensional shapes by using cubes to determine volume first. Then, they will explore the ways to find the volume of three-dimensional shapes using cubes and learn to calculate the volume and capacity of three-dimensional shapes. They will also learn the use of different units to measure volume and capacity of three-dimensional shapes.

PRACTICE

Workbook Pages

  • C11.4 pg 80-82
  • C11.8 pg 88-89
 

Helping at Home

Online Apps & Games

 

CHAPTER 12 DATA

In this chapter, students will learn to draw line plots and line graphs. In the process of drawing the line plots and line graphs, they will also learn how to read the line plots and line graphs. Sample data will be provided to the students to draw the line plots and line graphs. In reading the line plots and line graphs, students will learn how to find the range, difference, total and average of the data presented in the line plots and line graphs.

CHAPTER 13 ALGEBRA

This chapter covers the learning of algebra. Students are introduced to algebra by looking for patterns and describing the patterns formed by objects, shapes, and numbers. Students will learn how to describe the patterns using words, symbols, and letters. This will include learning how to complete a pattern based on the pattern observed. Students will also learn how to write algebraic expressions to describe the pattern. Finally, students will learn how to apply their learning of algebraic expressions to solve problems.

PRACTICE

Workbook Pages

  • C13.1 pg 111-112
  • C13.4 pg 116-117
 

Online Apps & Games

Groundworks Series Algebraic Thinking