## Scratch Activities used:

## Scratch Lesson Used:

## Pacing of Unit 7 with CT Connections:

Only the lessons that have a change made to them are listed below. All other lessons should be taught as shown in the EDM book.

Draw a picture of a number line to help explain each of these mysteries.

- 7.2
- Replace “Mental Math” on p. 642 with this problem:
- I am a point on a number line that starts at 10 and ends at 60.
- The number line between 10 and 60 is cut into 5 equal pieces.
- I am smaller than 40.
- I am larger than 20.
- I am a multiple of 5.
- Which number am I? Answer: 30

- Replace “Mental Math” on p. 642 with this problem:
- 7.3
- Replace “Mental Math” on p. 648 with this problem:
- I am a point on a number line that starts at 0 and ends at 25.
- The number line between 0 and 25 is cut into 5 equal pieces.
- I am smaller than 20.
- I am a multiple of 5.
- My name ends in a teen.
- Which number am I? Answer: 15

- Replace “Mental Math” on p. 648 with this problem:
- 7.4
- Replace “Mental Math” on p. 654 and “Practice” on page 657 with Fraction Number Line Mysteries Scratch lesson steps # 1—3.

- 7.5—One Day Added
- Day 1
- Replace “Locating Numbers Less Than One” on p. 660 with Fraction Number Line Mysteries Scratch lesson steps #4—6.

- Day 2 (added day)
- Finish Fraction Number Line Mysteries Scratch lesson steps #7—13.
- Extensions and accommodations are listed in the lesson.

- Day 1

These lessons were written by Judy Rocke based on lessons developed at Kenwood Elementary School in the Champaign Unit 4 school district. Funding was provided by the National Science Foundation under award number 1542828. These lessons are intended to be used alongside the EM-4 curriculum.

Lessons prepared as web documents in Summer 2017. Contact us for updated lesson plan materials.

Lessons prepared as web documents in Summer 2017. Contact us for updated lesson plan materials.