**Chapter 5: Addition**

**Lesson 5.1: Add to**

Essential Question: How can you show addition as adding to?

Objective: Use expressions to represent addition within 5

Vocabulary: add

**Lesson 5.2: Addition: Put Together**

Essential Question: How can you show addition as putting together?

Objective: use expressions to represent addition

Vocabulary: plus

**Lesson 5.3: Act Out Addition Problems**

Essential Question: How can you solve problems using the strategy act it out?

Objective: Solve problems by using the strategy act it out

Vocabulary: is equal to, plus

**Lesson 5.4: Model and Draw Addition Problems**

Essential Question: How can you use objects and drawings to solve addition word problems?

Objective: Use objects and drawings to solve addition work problems within 5

Vocabulary: plus, is equal to

**Lesson 5.5: Write Addition Sentences for 10**

Essential Question: How can you use a drawing to find the number that makes a 10 from a given number?

Objective: Use a drawing to find 10 from a given number and record the equation

Vocabulary: plus, is equal to

**Lesson 5.6: Write Addition Sentences**

Essential Question: How can you solve addition word problems and complete the addition sentence?

Objective: Solve addition word problems within 5 and record the equation

Vocabulary: plus, is equal to

**Lesson 5.7: Write More Addition Sentences**

Essential Question: How can you solve addition word problems

Objective: Solve addition word problems within 10 and record the equation

Vocabulary: plus, is equal to

**Lesson 5.8: Number Pairs to 5**

Essential Question: How can you model and write addition sentences for number pairs for sums to 5?

Objective: Decompose numbers within 5 into pairs in more than one way and record each decomposition with an equation.

Vocabulary: plus, is equal to, one, two, three, four, five, pair

**Lesson 5.9: Number Pairs for 6 & 7**

Essential Question: How can you model and write addition sentences for number pairs for each some of 6 & 7?

Objective: Decompose 6 & 7 into pairs in more than one way and record each decomposition with an equation

Vocabulary: plus, is equal to, pair, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven

**Lesson 5.10: Number Pairs for 8**

Essential Question: How can you model and write addition sentences for number pairs for sums of 8?

Objective: Decompose 8 into pairs in more than one way and record each decomposition with and equation

Vocabulary: plus, is equal to, pair, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight

**Lesson 5.11: Number Pairs for 9**

Essential Question: How can you model and write addition sentences for number pairs for sums of 9?

Objective: Decompose 9 into pairs in more than one way and record each decomposition with an equation

Vocabulary: plus, is equal to, pair, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine

**Lesson 5.12: Number Pairs for 10**

Essential Question: How can you model and write addition sentences for number pairs for sums of 10?

Objectives: Decompose 10 into pairs in more than one way and record each decomposition with an equation

Vocabulary: plus, is equal to, pair, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten