Table of Contents
 Chapter 1 • Graphs and Measurements

Chapter 2 • Place Value and Introduction to Multiplication
 Thousands
 Place Value of FourDigit Numbers
 Writing FourDigit Numbers in Various Forms
 Comparing FourDigit Numbers
 Ordering FourDigit Numbers
 Place Value of FiveDigit Numbers
 Writing FiveDigit Numbers in Various Forms
 Comparing FiveDigit Numbers
 Ordering FiveDigit Numbers
 Place Value of Numbers up to 1,000,000
 Comparing and Ordering Numbers up to 1 000 000
 Counting by Twos, Fives, Tens, and Hundreds up to 1,000
 Repeated Addition with Arrays
 Counting by Threes up to 100
 The Multiplication Symbol
 Writing Multiplication Equations
 Multiplying Numbers Using Repeated Addition
 Multiplication with Arrays
 Commutative Property of Multiplication

Chapter 3 • Multiplication and Division
 Multiplying by 2
 Multiplying by 3
 Multiples of 2 and 3
 Multiplying by 4
 Multiplying by 1 and 0
 Multiplying by 5
 Multiplying by 10
 Multiplying by 6
 Factors Using Models
 Telling Time in Words: Nearest Five Minutes
 Reading Clocks to the Nearest Five Minutes
 Start Times to the Nearest Five Minutes
 End Times to the Nearest Five Minutes
 Dividing into Equal Groups
 Sharing Equally
 Subtracting Equal Groups
 The Division Symbol: Sharing Equally
 The Division Symbol: Grouping Equally
 Relating Multiplication and Division
 Chapter 4 • Geometry
 Chapter 5 • Perimeter and Area

Chapter 6 • Numbers and Capacity
 Multiplying a OneDigit Number by a Multiple of 10
 Multiplying by Multiples of 10 and 100
 Multiplying by Multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000
 Multiplying by 9
 Multiplying by 7
 Multiplying by 8
 Multiplication Tables
 Properties of Addition
 Column Addition of ThreeDigit Numbers: Partial Sums
 Column Addition of ThreeDigit Numbers
 Adding Numbers up to 1000 Using a Number Line
 Adding Three or More Numbers
 Mental Addition of Numbers up to 10,000
 Column Subtraction of ThreeDigit Numbers: Partial Differences
 Column Subtraction of ThreeDigit Numbers
 Relating Addition to Subtraction: Numbers up to 1,000
 Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction with Numbers up to 1,000
 Mental Subtraction of Numbers up to 10,000
 Choosing Milliliters or Liters
 Milliliters