1 Chapter 1 Numbers to 10,000 1.1:  Counting 1.1:  Counting 1.2:  Place Value Also consider: 1.2:  Place Value Also consider: 1.3:  Comparing and Ordering Numbers Also consider: 1.3:  Comparing and Ordering Numbers Also consider:
 2 Chapter 2 Mental Math and Estimation 2.1:  Mental Addition Also consider: 2.1:  Mental Addition Also consider: 2.2:  Mental Subtraction 2.2:  Mental Subtraction 2.3:  More Mental Addition Also consider: 2.3:  More Mental Addition Also consider: 2.4:  Rounding Numbers to Estimate Also consider: 2.4:  Rounding Numbers to Estimate Also consider: 2.5:  Using Front End Estimation 2.5:  Using Front End Estimation
 3 Chapter 3 Addition up to 10,000 3.1:  Addition Without Regrouping Also consider: 3.1:  Addition Without Regrouping Also consider: 3.2:  Addition With Regrouping in Hundreds Also consider: 3.2:  Addition With Regrouping in Hundreds Also consider: 3.3:  Addition With Regrouping in Ones, Tens, and Hundreds Also consider: 3.3:  Addition With Regrouping in Ones, Tens, and Hundreds Also consider:
 4 Chapter 4 Subtraction up to 10,000 4.1:  Subtraction Without Regrouping 4.1:  Subtraction Without Regrouping 4.2:  Subtraction with Regrouping in Hundreds and Thousands 4.2:  Subtraction with Regrouping in Hundreds and Thousands 4.3:  Subtraction with Regrouping in Ones, Tens, Hundreds, and Thousands Also consider: 4.3:  Subtraction with Regrouping in Ones, Tens, Hundreds, and Thousands Also consider: 4.4:  Subtraction Across Zeros 4.4:  Subtraction Across Zeros
 5 Chapter 5 Using Bar Models: Addition and Subtraction 5.1:  Real World Problems: Addition and Subtraction 5.1:  Real World Problems: Addition and Subtraction
 6 Chapter 6 Multiplication Tables of 6, 7, 8, and 9 6.1:  Multiplication Properties Also consider: 6.1:  Multiplication Properties Also consider: 6.2:  Multiply by 6 Also consider: 6.2:  Multiply by 6 Also consider: 6.3:  Multiply by 7 Also consider: 6.3:  Multiply by 7 Also consider: 6.4:  Multiply by 8 6.4:  Multiply by 8 6.5:  Multiply by 9 Also consider: 6.5:  Multiply by 9 Also consider: 6.6:  Division: Finding the Number of Items in Each Group 6.6:  Division: Finding the Number of Items in Each Group 6.7:  Division: Making Equal Groups Also consider: 6.7:  Division: Making Equal Groups Also consider:
 7 Chapter 7 Multiplication 7.1:  Mental Multiplication Also consider: 7.1:  Mental Multiplication Also consider: 7.2:  Multiplying Without Regrouping 7.2:  Multiplying Without Regrouping 7.3:  Multiplying Ones, Tens, and Hundreds with Regrouping Also consider: 7.3:  Multiplying Ones, Tens, and Hundreds with Regrouping Also consider:
 8 Chapter 8 Division 8.1:  Mental Division Also consider: 8.1:  Mental Division Also consider: 8.2:  Quotient and Remainder Also consider: 8.2:  Quotient and Remainder Also consider: 8.3:  Odd and Even Numbers 8.3:  Odd and Even Numbers 8.4:  Division without Remainder and Regrouping 8.4:  Division without Remainder and Regrouping 8.5:  Division with Regrouping in Tens and Ones 8.5:  Division with Regrouping in Tens and Ones
 9 Chapter 9 Using Bar Models: Multiplication and Division 9.1:  Real-World Problems: Multiplication 9.1:  Real-World Problems: Multiplication 9.2:  Real-World Problems: Two-step Problems with Multiplication 9.2:  Real-World Problems: Two-step Problems with Multiplication 9.3:  Real-World Problems: Division Also consider: 9.3:  Real-World Problems: Division Also consider: 9.4:  Real-World Problems: Two-step Problems with Division Also consider: 9.4:  Real-World Problems: Two-step Problems with Division Also consider:
 10 Chapter 10 Money 10.1:  Addition Also consider: 10.1:  Addition Also consider: 10.2:  Subtraction Also consider: 10.2:  Subtraction Also consider: 10.3:  Real-World Problems: Money Also consider: 10.3:  Real-World Problems: Money Also consider:
 11 Chapter 11 Metric Length, Mass, and Volume 11.1:  Meters and Centimeters Also consider: 11.1:  Meters and Centimeters Also consider: 11.2:  Kilometers and Meters Also consider: 11.2:  Kilometers and Meters Also consider: 11.3:  Kilograms and Grams Also consider: 11.3:  Kilograms and Grams Also consider: 11.4:  Liters and Milliliters Also consider: 11.4:  Liters and Milliliters Also consider:
 12 Chapter 12 Real-World Problems: Measurement 12.1:  Real-World Problems: One-Step Problems 12.1:  Real-World Problems: One-Step Problems 12.2:  Real-World Problems: Two-Step Problems 12.2:  Real-World Problems: Two-Step Problems
 13 Chapter 13 Bar Graphs and Line Plots 13.1:  Making Bar Graphs with Scales Also consider: 13.1:  Making Bar Graphs with Scales Also consider: 13.2:  Reading and Interpreting Bar Graphs 13.2:  Reading and Interpreting Bar Graphs 13.3:  Line Plots 13.3:  Line Plots
 14 Chapter 14 Fractions 14.1:  Understanding Fractions Also consider: 14.1:  Understanding Fractions Also consider: 14.2:  Understanding Equivalent Fractions Also consider: 14.2:  Understanding Equivalent Fractions Also consider: 14.3:  More Equivalent Fractions 14.3:  More Equivalent Fractions 14.4:  Comparing Fractions Also consider: 14.4:  Comparing Fractions Also consider: 14.5:  Fractions as a Whole or Set Also consider: 14.5:  Fractions as a Whole or Set Also consider:
 15 Chapter 15 Customary Length, Weight, and Capacity 15.1:  Measuring Length Also consider: 15.1:  Measuring Length Also consider: 15.2:  Measuring Weight Also consider: 15.2:  Measuring Weight Also consider: 15.3:  Measuring Capacity Also consider: 15.3:  Measuring Capacity Also consider:
 16 Chapter 16 Time and Temperature 16.1:  Telling Time Also consider: 16.1:  Telling Time Also consider: 16.2:  Converting Hours and Minutes 16.2:  Converting Hours and Minutes 16.3:  Adding Hours and Minutes 16.3:  Adding Hours and Minutes 16.4:  Subtracting Hours and Minutes 16.4:  Subtracting Hours and Minutes 16.5:  Elapsed Time 16.5:  Elapsed Time 16.6:  Measuring Temperature 16.6:  Measuring Temperature 16.7:  Real-World Problems: Time and Temperature 16.7:  Real-World Problems: Time and Temperature
 17 Chapter 17 Angles and Lines 17.1:  Understanding and Identifying Angles 17.1:  Understanding and Identifying Angles 17.2:  Right Angles 17.2:  Right Angles 17.3:  Perpendicular Lines 17.3:  Perpendicular Lines 17.4:  Parallel Lines 17.4:  Parallel Lines
 18 Chapter 18 Two-Dimensional Shapes 18.1:  Classifying Polygons Also consider: 18.1:  Classifying Polygons Also consider: 18.2:  Congruent Figures 18.2:  Congruent Figures 18.3:  Symmetry 1. 18.3:  Symmetry 1.
 19 Chapter 19 Area and Perimeter 19.1:  Area 19.1:  Area 19.2:  Square Units (cm2 and in.2) Also consider: 19.2:  Square Units (cm2 and in.2) Also consider: 19.3:  Square Units (m2 and ft2) Also consider: 19.3:  Square Units (m2 and ft2) Also consider: 19.4:  Perimeter and Area Also consider: 19.4:  Perimeter and Area Also consider: 19.5:  More Perimeter Also consider: 19.5:  More Perimeter Also consider:
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