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Lifetime access to Delta streaming instruction videos and online Instruction Manual, lesson and test solutions, and other online resources from any browser. You'll also have access to the Math-U-See virtual manipulatives. Access begins at time of online purchase or redemption of access code.

Note: Digital Packs do not include Student Workbook or Tests

Need to redeem a Digital Pack code? Click here for instructions.

Placement—Is this the right level?

Students should start at their individual level of mastery. While concepts are reviewed continuously throughout the Math-U-See Curriculum, it is important that previously presented concepts have prepared a solid foundation. Please read the information below and use the placement tools provided to determine which level best meets the needs of your student.

Your student may be ready forDeltaif they can:

Comfortably add or subtract multiple-digit numbers using regrouping as needed

Recall single-digit multiplication facts from memory

Demonstrate a multiplication problem by building or drawing a rectangle

List the multiplication facts of a given number

Solve for an unknown factor

Write a subtraction equation (number sentence) to solve a word problem

Write a multiplication equation (number sentence) to solve a word problem

Math-U-See placement tools are designed to help ensure proper initial placement and will give you a clear indication if your student is ready forDelta.

Scope and Sequence

Delta Lesson Titles

Lesson 01: Rectangles, Factors, and Product; Solving for an Unknown

Lesson 02: Division by 1 and 2; Symbols for Division

Lesson 03: Division by 10; Third Symbol for Division

Lesson 04: Division by 5 and 3

Lesson 05: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines; Angles

Lesson 06: Division by 9

Lesson 07: Finding the Area of a Parallelogram

Lesson 08: Division by 6

Lesson 09: Finding the Area of a Triangle

Lesson 10: Division by 4

Lesson 11: Finding the Average

Lesson 12: Division by 7 and 8

Lesson 13: Finding the Area of a Trapezoid

Lesson 14: Thousands, Millions, and Place-Value Notation

Lesson 15: Billions, Trillions, and Expanded Notation; Multi-Step Word Problems

Lesson 16: Division by a Single Digit with Remainder

Lesson 17: “Upside-Down” Multiplication

Lesson 18: Division with Double-Digit Factors

Lesson 19: Division, Three Digit by One Digit

Lesson 20: Division, Three Digit by One Digit (Cont.); Using Fractions to Divide Remainders

Lesson 21: Rounding to 10, 100, 1,000, and Estimation

Lesson 22: Division, Three Digit by Two Digit

Lesson 23: Division, Four Digit by One Digit

Lesson 24: Division, Four Digit by Two Digit

Lesson 25: Division, Multiple Digit by Multiple Digit

Lesson 26: Volume

Lesson 27: Fraction of a Number

Lesson 28: Roman Numerals: I, V, X, L, and C

Lesson 29: Fraction of One

Lesson 30: Roman Numerals: D, M, Multiples of 1,000