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MATH WebQuest Summaries TOP Numbers and Operations:
4th Grade Standard 1: NUMBER SENSE: Understand numbers, ways of representing numbers, relationships among numbers, and number systems MA.4.1.1: Identify place value from ten-thousandths to millions. Vocalizing Value Write and perform a rap, poem, song or chant about place value.
6th Grade Standard 2: OPERATION SENSE: Understand the meaning of operations and how they relate to each other MA.6.2.1: Apply the order of operations when calculating with whole numbers. PEMDAS and Poi? Create an order of operations puzzle.
Standard 3: COMPUTATION STRATEGIES: Use computational tools and strategies fluently and, when appropriate, use estimation TOPMeasurement:
4th Grade Standard 4: FLUENCY WITH MEASUREMENT:
Understand attributes, units, and systems of units in measurement; and develop and use techniques, tools, and formulas for measuring
MA.4.4.1 Explain the need to use standard units for measuring What'll it be: Standard or Nonstandard? Create a storyboard showing when and why to measure things.
5th Grade   MA.5.4.1 Convert simple units within a system of measurement (e.g., millimeters to centimeters, feet to yard, quarts to gallons, gram to kilogram, minutes to hours, days to weeks). Baby's First Lu‘au Make 2 recipe cards for a lu’au celebration.
4th Grade   MA.4.4.2 Select and apply appropriate customary and metric units and tools to measure length, perimeter, and area for the degree of accuracy needed Will the Shoe Fit? Students will present findings on foot-size investigation.
4th Grade   MA.4.4.2 Select and apply appropriate customary and metric units and tools to measure length, perimeter, and area for the degree of accuracy needed Measuring Up – Scavenger Hunt! To complete the scavenger hunt chart; which shows your understanding of 3 different units of measurement:  length, area, and perimeter and the tools used for measuring each.
7th Grade   MA.7.4.2 Uses ratios and proportions to relate a scale drawing to an actual object. Flying High: The Colors of Hawai‘i Draw an accurate replica of the Hawai’i state flag.
4th Grade   MA.4.4.3 Classify right angles, acute angles, obtuse angles, and straight angles What’s the Angle? Create a set of player cards to be used for the card game called Angle Mania.
5th Grade   MA.5.4.3 Use map scales to measure the distance between locations and make simple scale drawings. (WQ addresses second part of benchmark) Drawing to Scale Create a scale drawing of a object.
5th Grade   MA.5.4.3 Use map scales to measure the distance between locations and make simple scale drawings Mapping My Space Make a classroom map.
6th Grade   MA.6.4.3 Apply strategies and formulas to solve area and perimeter problems involving polygons (e.g., regular hexagons) and complex shapes (i.e., shapes composed of two or more common shapes). Create your own traditional Kaiaulu (community).
7th Grade   MA.7.4.3 Use known measurement (e.g., radius) to calculate desired measurements (e.g., circumference and area) of circles Hakamoa: Wrestling in the Circle Write a letter to a friend explaining Hakamoa.
4th Grade   MA.4.4.4 Estimate and measure surface area and volume using U.S. customary units and metric units Hangin’ up your Understanding Create a hanging mobile or treasure box.
4th Grade   MA.4.4.5 Use known measurements to calculate desired measurements of squares and rectangles (e.g., use the length of the square to calculate its area and perimeter) Go Rail! Design a parking lot for one of the rail stations.
4th Grade   MA.4.4.5 Use known measurements to calculate desired measurements of squares and rectangles (e.g., use the length of the square to calculate its area and perimeter). MA.5.4.5 Use known measurements (e.g., base and height) to calculate desired measurements (e.g., area) of triangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids. SC.G.1.5 Design: Understand how and why measurement and area are applied when creating a garden plan. You Are the Ruler! Design a garden blueprint.
5th Grade   MA.5.4.6 Use known measurements (e.g., length, width, and height) to calculate desired measurements (e.g., surface area and volume) of rectangular solids. It Takes a Village! Make a miniature town displaying 5 different buildings which are rectangular solids. TOP Geometry and Spatial Sense:
4th Grade Standard 5: PROPERTIES AND RELATIONSHIPS: Analyze properties of objects and relationships among the properties MA.4.5.1 Classify different types of triangles and
properties and identify the properties that define the classifications. Shapes are Everywhere! Identify types of triangles and quadrilaterals in kapa patterns.
4th Grade   MA.4.5.2 Describe lines in the plane (i.e., parallel, perpendicular, intersecting) Where’s Ono? Design a dog house for Ono, a not-so-happy canine right now.
5th Grade   MA.5.5.2 Apply the understanding that the sum of the measures of the angles in any triangle is 180°. Triangle Bingo Create a 3 x 3 Bingo card with answers for the 3rd angle of a triangle.
4th Grade   MA.4.5.3 Compare points, lines, line segments, and rays. Pointing the Way Create a display of constellations and stars.
6th Grade Standard 6: TRANSFORMATIONS AND SYMMETRY: Use transformations and symmetry to analyze mathematical situations MA.6.6.1 Use line symmetry and rotational symmetry to describe classifications of shapes (e.g., squares have 4 lines of symmetry and 90° rotational symmetry). Design a Hawaiian quilt square.
Standard 7: VISUAL AND SPATIAL SENSE: Use visualization and spatial reasoning to solve problems both within and outside of mathematics
Standard 8: REPRESENTATIONAL SYSTEMS: Select and use different representational systems, including coordinate geometry MA.4.8.1 Use ordered pairs to plot points on a coordinate grid. Location, Location, Location Create a game using Hawai'i landmarks and the coordinate plane. TOP Patterns, Functions, and Algebra
Standard 9: PATTERNS AND FUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS: Understand various types of patterns and functional relationships
Standard 10: SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION: Use symbolic forms to represent, model, and analyze mathematical situations TOP Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability:
4th Grade Standard 11: FLUENCY WITH DATA: Pose questions and collect, organize, and represent data to answer those questions MA.4.11.1 Pose questions, collect data using observations and experiments, and organize the data into tables or graphs. What’s the Stats on Hawaiian Kine Grinds? Conduct a Food Survey and graph your results.
5th Grade   MA.5.11.1 Collect and display data in circle graphs. Sandy Toes Perform a circle graph analysis or write a magazine article about the most popular beach for a specific activity with an accompanying circle graph.
7th Grade   MA.7.11.1 Design a study, collect data, and select the appropriate representation (line graph, bar graph, circle graph, histogram, stem and leaf plot, box and whisker plot) to display the data. I wonder? Write a data-based newspaper article.
6th Grade Standard 12: STATISTICS: Interpret data using methods of exploratory data analysis MA.6.12.1 Determine and interpret the measures of center (mean, median, mode) of a data set and explain what each measure indicates about the data set. Where’s the middle? Create a visual representation of the mean, median, or mode time of the top 10 finishers.
7th Grade   MA.7.12.1 Relate the spread of a data set to a box-and-whisker plot. What Kind of Graph Has Whiskers? Create a box-and-whisker plot matching game.
6th Grade Standard 14: PROBABILITY: Understand and apply basic notions of chance and probability MA.6.14.1 Compute probabilities of simple compound events (e.g., rolling two dice, using two different spinners at the same time). Jun Ken Po: What Should I Show? Create a game of chance.
7th Grade   MA.7.14.1 Relate theoretical probability to experimental results Puhenehene, Who’s Got the Pebble? Create a game box for puhenehene. TOP