Math Parent Pacing Maps
 Kindergarten MathParent Pacing Map
 First Grade MathParent Pacing Map
 Second Grade MathParent Pacing Map
 Third Grade MathParent Pacing Map
 Fourth Grade MathParent Pacing Map
 Fifth Grade MathParent Pacing Map
Kindergarten MathParent Pacing Map
Units 1 through 4
Unit 1 
Unit 2 
Unit 3 
Unit 4 


Title 
Understand Numbers One Through Ten 
5 Groups in Numbers Six through Ten 
Teen Numbers as Tens and Ones 
Patterns, Problem Drawings, and Tens 
Approx. Length of Unit 
5 weeks 
6 weeks 
7 weeks 
7 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*Counting & cardinality 15 *Adding, subtracting, and comparing through 5 *Show numbers 110 *Practice numbers 110 
*5 groups in numbers 610 *Addition & subtraction stories *Practice numbers 110, the addition pattern & the subtraction pattern 
*Partners of 5 & 6 *Classifying *Tens in teen numbers *Build teen numbers 
*Story Problems and equations *Practice with comparing *Equations and teen numbers *Equations for partners 
Focus 
Develop counting and cardinality skills for numbers 110. Introduction of adding & subtracting within 5. Identify basic shapes. 
Continue study of numbers 110 building on knowledge of numbers 15. Learn and use attributes of shapes. 
Develop counting and cardinality skills for numbers 1120. Deepen understanding of addition & subtraction and develop conceptual subitizing and fluency within 5. Continue work with shapes. Subitize; to perceive at a glance the number of items in a group without counting. 
Continue developing skills with addition & subtraction. Compose numbers within 10. Identify, describe, and name threedimensional shapes. 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
Oct 4 
Nov 17 
Jan 30 
Mar 28 
Unit test or studentparent math letter to go home on or before 
Oct 11 
Dec 1 
Feb 6 
April 4 
Unit 5
Unit 5 


Title 
Consolidation of Concepts 
Approx. Length of Unit 
8 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*More partners of 10 *Numbers 120 *More teen numbers and partners *More story problems and equations 
Focus 
Deepen understanding of addition & subtraction, telling story problems, and representing them with drawings, expressions, and equations. Explore measureable attributes. 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
May 18 
Unit test or studentparent math letter to go home on or before 
May 26 
**For each unit you can expect your child to bring home data (parent report or the actual assessment) for at least 2 Common Formative Assessments and 1 End of Unit Assessment.
First Grade MathParent Pacing Map
Units 1 through 4
Unit 1 
Unit 2 
Unit 3 
Unit 4 


Title 
Partners & Number Patterns Through Ten 
Addition & Subtraction Strategies 
Unknown in Addition and Subtraction 
Place Value Concepts 
Approx. Length of Unit 
4 weeks 
5 weeks 
4 weeks 
5 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*Numbers through ten *Patterns with partners through ten 
*Represent addition situations *Solve addition & subtraction equations *Equation exploration 
*Counting on with addition situations *Counting on with subtraction situations *Mixed story problems 
*Tens and teens *Place value to 100 *Addition Strategies 
Focus 
1more and 1less pattern 
Recognize addition and subtractions problem types and write equations to represent situations. 
Adapt strategies for finding unknown partners in addition and subtraction with equations and answers with labels. 
Extend place value concepts to add with 1 and 2 digit numbers. 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
Sept 19 
Oct 27 
Dec 1 
Jan 25 
Unit test or studentparent math letter to go home on or before 
Sept 26 
Nov 3 
Dec 8 
Feb 1 
Units 5 through 8
Unit 5 
Unit 6 
Unit 7 
Unit 8 


Title 
Place Value Situations 
Comparisons & Data 
Geometry, Measurement, and Equal Shares 
Two Digit Addition 
Approx. Length of Unit 
4 weeks 
3 weeks 
5 weeks 
2 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*Teen solution methods *Find patterns and relationships 
*Represent and compare data *Compare problem types 
*Tell and write time *Shapes and equal shares *Measure and order by length 
*Add two digit numbers 
Focus 
Extend strategies for unknown partners in addition and subtraction situations with greater numbers. 
Organize, represent, and interpret data to develop comparison statements and solve comparison story problems. 
Distinguish between defining and nondefining attributes of shapes and understand basic concepts of time and linear measurement. 
Use modeling skills, place value, and addition concepts to add with 2digit numbers when grouping a ten is and is not required. 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
Feb 27 
Mar 30 
May 3 
May 18 
Unit test parent math letter to go home on or before 
Mar 6 
Apr 6 
May 10 
May 26 
**For each unit you can expect your child to bring home data (parent report or the actual assessment) for at least 2 Quick Quizzes and 1 End of Unit Assessment.
Second Grade MathParent Pacing Map
Units 1 through 4
Unit 1 
Unit 2 
Unit 3 
Unit 4 


Title 
Addition & Subtraction within 20 
Addition Within 200 
Length and Shapes 
Subtract 2Digit Numbers 
Approx. Length of Unit 
6 weeks 
5 weeks 
4 weeks 
7 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*Strategies for addition & subtraction *Addition & subtraction situations *More complex situations 
*Use place value *Add 2digit numbers *Money and fluency for addition within 100 
*Length and shapes *Estimate, measure, and make line plots 
*Totals of mixed coins and bills *Multidigit subtraction strategies *Word problems: addition and subtraction within 100 
Focus 
Extend fluency with addition & subtraction to totals through 20. 
Use place value concepts to add numbers within 200. 
Develop measurement skills. 
Use place value concepts to subtract numbers within 200. 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
Oct 6 
Nov 15 
Dec 15 
Feb 22 
Unit test or studentparent math letter to go home on or before 
Oct 18 
Nov 29 
Dec 21 
Mar 1 
Units 5 through 7
Unit 5 
Unit 6 
Unit 7 


Title 
Time, Graphs, and Word Problems 
3Digit Addition & Subtraction 
Arrays, Equal Shares, and Adding or Subtracting Lengths 
Approx. Length of Unit 
4 weeks 
5 weeks 
2 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*Time *Picture graphs *Bar graphs 
*Understanding numbers to 1,000 *Adding to 1,000 *3digit addition and subtraction 
*Arrays and equal shares *Relate addition and subtraction to length 
Focus 
Tell and write time to 5 minutes. Make and read graphs. 
Extend understanding of place value and of addition & subtraction to numbers within 1000. 
Introduction of arrays Extend understanding of equal shares. 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
Mar 29 
May 1 
May 18 
Unit test parent math letter to go home on or before 
Apr 5 
May 8 
May 26 
**For each unit you can expect your child to bring home data (parent report or the actual assessment) for at least 2 Quick Quizzes and 1 End of Unit Assessment.
Third Grade MathParent Pacing Map
Units 1 through 4
Unit 1 
Unit 2 
Unit 3 
Unit 4 


Title 
Multiplication & Division with 05, 9, and 10 
Multiplication & Division with 6s, 7s, 8s, and Multiply with Multiples of 10 
Measurement, Time, and Graphs 
Multidigit Addition & Subtraction 
Approx. Length of Unit 
6 weeks 
5 weeks 
5 weeks 
5 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*Meanings of multiplication & division: 5s and 2s *Patterns & strategies *Strategies for factors and products: 3s and 4s *Multiply with 1 and 0 
*The remaining multiplication *Problem solving and multiples of 10 
*Length, Capacity, Weight, and Mass *Time and date *Pictographs, bar graphs, and line plots 
*Understand place value and rounding *Addition & subtraction strategies and group to add *Ungroup to subtract 
Focus 
Learn different strategies for multiplication & division: how they are related, and use math drawings to solve word problems. 
Extension of Unit 1 for 6s, 7s, and 8s 
Explore ways to measure things and solve measurement word problems. Create graphs, tables, and line plots. Fluency checks for multiplication and division begin in this unit. 
Review place value and rounding to estimate and check reasonableness of answer. Fluency for addition & subtraction facts and multidigit addition & subtraction begins. 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
Oct 
Nov 11 
Jan 10 
Feb 16 
Unit test or studentparent math letter to go home on or before 
Oct 18 
Nov 18 
Jan 18 
Feb 27 
Units 5 through 7
Unit 5 
Unit 6 
Unit 7 


Title 
Write Equations to Solve Word Problems 
Polygons, Perimeter, and Area 
Explore Fractions 
Approx. Length of Unit 
4 weeks 
4 weeks 
3 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*Types of word problems *Solve twostep word problems 
*Analyzing triangles and quadrilaterals *Area and perimeter 
*Fraction concepts *Equivalent fractions 
Focus 
Solve addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems involving unknown addends and factors. 
Recognize and describe different quadrilaterals. Develop methods to find area and perimeter. 
Explore fractions as parts of a whole. Find equivalent fractions and compare fractions. Use understanding of fraction concepts to solve word problems 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
Mar 28 
Apr 25 
May 18 
Unit test parent math letter to go home on or before 
Apr 4 
May 2 
May 26 
**For each unit you can expect your child to bring home data (parent report or the actual assessment) for at least 2 Quick Quizzes and 1 End of Unit Assessment.
Fourth Grade MathParent Pacing Map
Units 1 through 4
Unit 1 
Unit 2 
Unit 3 
Unit 4 


Title 
Place Value and Multidigit Addition and Subtraction 
Multiplication with Whole Numbers 
Division with Whole Numbers 
Equations and Word Problems 
Approx. Length of Unit 
5 weeks 
6 weeks 
4 weeks 
4 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*Place value to 1,000,000 *Addition and subtraction with greater numbers 
*Multiplication with tens and hundreds *Multiply by one digit numbers *Multiplication with 2 digit numbers *Multiplication with thousands 
*Dividing whole numbers *Division issues and word problems 
*Reasoning and solving problems *Comparison word problems *Multistep problems *Analyzing patterns 
Focus 
Use place value to compare, round, add and subtract multidigit numbers. 
Develop strategies for multiplying one digit numbers by two, three, and four digit numbers. Solve two digit by two digit multiplication. 
Adapt methods used for multiplying to division with whole numbers. Interpret quotients and remainders in the context of real world problems. 
Write and solve equations for real world problems using the four operations. Find factors and multiples of whole numbers. Identify and extend numerical and geometric patterns. 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
Sept 22 
Nov 3 
Dec 7 
Jan 25 
Unit test or studentparent math letter to go home on or before 
Sept 29 
Nov 10 
Dec 14 
Feb 1 
Units 5 through 8
Unit 5 
Unit 6 
Unit 7 
Unit 8 


Title 
Measurement 
Fraction Concepts and Operations 
Fractions and Decimals 
Geometry 
Approx. Length of Unit 
3 weeks 
4 weeks 
4 weeks 
4 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*Converting measurements *Perimeter and area 
*Fractions with like denominators *Mixed numbers with like denominators *Multiply fractions and whole numbers 
*Comparing fractions *Equivalent fractions *Understanding decimals 
*Measuring and drawing angles *Triangles and angle measurement *Analyzing quadrilaterals *Analyzing polygons 
Focus 
Develop understanding of measurement and converting both U.S. and metric units. 
Understand and apply basic fraction concepts in addition, subtraction, and multiplication. 
Compare fractions and model related fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals. 
Classify and draw geometric figures. 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
Feb 15 
Mar 22 
Apr 20 
May 18 
Unit test parent math letter to go home on or before 
Feb 24 
Mar 29 
Apr 27 
May 26 
**For each unit you can expect your child to bring home data (parent report or the actual assessment) for at least 2 Quick Quizzes and 1 End of Unit Assessment.
Fifth Grade MathParent Pacing Map
Units 1 through 4
Unit 1 
Unit 2 
Unit 3 
Unit 4 


Title 
Addition and Subtraction with Fractions 
Addition and Subtraction with Decimals 
Multiplication and Division with Fractions 
Multiplication with whole Numbers and Decimals 
Approx. Length of Unit 
5 weeks 
4 weeks 
5 weeks 
4 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*Equivalent fractions *Addition and subtraction with fractions 
*Read and write whole numbers and decimals *Addition and subtraction with decimals *Round and estimate with decimals 
*Multiplication with fractions *Multiplication links *Division with fractions 
*Multiplication with whole numbers *Multiplication with decimal numbers 
Focus 
Add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers. 
Extend understanding of base ten system to decimals. 
Extend work with multiplication of fractions and explore division of fractions. 
Emphasize shifting digits when multiplying with decimals. Fluency for multiplying multidigit whole numbers. 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
Sept 23 
Oct 24 
Dec 5 
Jan 18 
Unit test or studentparent math letter to go home on or before 
Sept 30 
Oct 31 
Dec 12 
Jan 25 
Units 5 through 8
Unit 5 
Unit 6 
Unit 7 
Unit 8 


Title 
Division with Whole Numbers and Decimals 
Operations and Word Problems 
Algebra, Patterns, and Coordinate Graphs 
Measurement and Geometry 
Approx. Length of Unit 
3 weeks 
4 weeks 
3 weeks 
5 weeks 
Unit Concepts/Big Ideas 
*Division with whole numbers *Division with decimal numbers 
*Equations and problem solving *Comparison word problems *Multistep word problems 
*Algebraic reasoning and expressions *Patterns and graphs 
Measurement and Data *Area and volume *Classify geometric figures 
Focus 
Extend understanding of division to include 2 digit divisors. Explore dividing with decimal numbers. Interpret remainders. 
Develop problem solving process and problem types using whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. 
Read, write, simplify, and evaluate algebraic expressions using Order of Operations. Explore patterns, relationships and points on the coordinate plane. 
Use multiplication and division in measurement conversion. Explore concept of volume of a rectangular prism. Develop idea of hierarchy of quadrilateral Properties. 
Unit assessment administered on or before 
Feb 13 
Mar 23 
Apr 11 
May 18 
Unit test parent math letter to go home on or before 
Feb 22 
Mar 30 
Apr 18 
May 26 
**For each unit you can expect your child to bring home data (parent report or the actual assessment) for at least 2 Quick Quizzes and 1 End of Unit Assessment.