## Chapter 2

2.2 Comparison Problems - Using the model to solve the problem is the best way. If you want more practice, go to the Links for Students and try Thinking Blocks, Multiplication, Two-Step Compare Total.

2.4 Estimating Products - Notice that you are only estimating, not finding the actual answer. You will need to use both methods, depending on whether or not it wants one estimate, or two numbers the answer is in between.

2.6 Multiply Using Expanded Form - Distributive Property - On this assignment, you can use either Distributive Property or Area Model. (see next video)

2.6 Multiply Using Expanded Form - Area Model - My favorite method!

2.7 Multiply Using Partial Products - Again, this is an Expanded Form type of method, where you are multiplying the value of each digit. This time, it is in a vertical format.

2.4 Estimating Products - Notice that you are only estimating, not finding the actual answer. You will need to use both methods, depending on whether or not it wants one estimate, or two numbers the answer is in between.

2.6 Multiply Using Expanded Form - Distributive Property - On this assignment, you can use either Distributive Property or Area Model. (see next video)

2.6 Multiply Using Expanded Form - Area Model - My favorite method!

2.7 Multiply Using Partial Products - Again, this is an Expanded Form type of method, where you are multiplying the value of each digit. This time, it is in a vertical format.

## Chapter 3

## Chapter 4

4.5 Estimating Quotients - What two numbers is the quotient between, or which estimate is closest? (Ignore what is on the sample problem, we work these just like we did 4.1)

4.7 Divide Using Repeated Subtraction - Number line method

4.7 Divide Using Repeated Subtraction - Working vertically, leads into Partial Quotient process

4.8 Divide Using Partial Quotients

4.9 Divide Using Base 10 Blocks

4.10 Place the Digit (Traditional Long Division)

Long Division - Basic - using Dad, Mom, Sister, Brother (don't forget Rat, Cat, and DOG!) Place the Digit - Long Division - 4 digit-dividend

Tricky Zero - Long Division

4.12 Problem Solving - Multistep Division Problems

Basic Division Bar Models - Don't forget to visit the Thinking Blocks website to practice Bar Models for Division (second option).

Multi-Step Problem #1

Multi-Step Problem #2

4.7 Divide Using Repeated Subtraction - Number line method

4.7 Divide Using Repeated Subtraction - Working vertically, leads into Partial Quotient process

4.8 Divide Using Partial Quotients

4.9 Divide Using Base 10 Blocks

4.10 Place the Digit (Traditional Long Division)

Long Division - Basic - using Dad, Mom, Sister, Brother (don't forget Rat, Cat, and DOG!) Place the Digit - Long Division - 4 digit-dividend

Tricky Zero - Long Division

4.12 Problem Solving - Multistep Division Problems

Basic Division Bar Models - Don't forget to visit the Thinking Blocks website to practice Bar Models for Division (second option).

Multi-Step Problem #1

Multi-Step Problem #2

## Chapter 5

Here are a few videos over finding factors and multiples. Remember, you are a FACTOR NINJA!

5.1 Finding Factors Using a Model

5.2 Finding Factors Using Divisibility Rules

5.3 Common Factors and Problem Solving

5.1 Finding Factors Using a Model

5.2 Finding Factors Using Divisibility Rules

5.3 Common Factors and Problem Solving

## Chapter 6

6.3 Simplifying Fractions

6.3 Finding Equivalent Fractions Using Simplifying

6.4 Common Denominators

6.5 Problem Solving using a Table and Equivalent Fractions

6.6 Using Benchmarks

6.7 Compare Fractions Using Common Numerators

6.8 Ordering Fractions

6.3 Finding Equivalent Fractions Using Simplifying

6.4 Common Denominators

6.5 Problem Solving using a Table and Equivalent Fractions

6.6 Using Benchmarks

6.7 Compare Fractions Using Common Numerators

6.8 Ordering Fractions