Many of these units are written by the very talented David Foster. There are six units per year, grades six through eight. Not all problems in each cluster are appropriate for the grade level of the unit.

Unit names are in **boldface**. Names of corresponding "clusters" of problems in United We Solve are in normal type.

- 1.
**From the Beginning** - This unit includes two problems from Get It Together. You can also use a variety of starters from any cluster of United We Solve.
- 2.
**A Million to One** - Product chains; fraction-decimal problems from the Proportion category
- 3.
**Just the Right Size** - Growth, Directions, Polygons
- 4.
**Through the Looking Glass** - Arrange the Blocks
- 5.
**Get a Clue** - Maps
- 6.
**The Road Not Taken** - Networks (though they may be hard at sixth grade), Nim Games
- 7.
**Take It From the Top** - Various starters, Alien Number Systems, Mystery Operations, Moon Base
- 8.
**Data Sense** - specific problems: East & West, States and Kids; also, use census data to make up their own
- 9.
**Don't Fence Me In** - Polygons; also, A & P Graph (page 60)
- 10.
**Against the Odds** - Nim: Two Dice 21 (page 51)
- 11.
**Cycles** - Alien Number Systems, Mystery Operations
- 12.
**Treasure Island** - Round and Round, Directions
- 13.
**Start Your Engines** - Alien Number Systems, Calculator Equations
- 14.
**Run For Cover** - Pyramid Schemes
- 15.
**On the Move** - Rates, Can You Relate?
- 16.
**Growing Pains** - Growth, Can You Relate?, Inaccessible Distances
- 17.
**Infinite Windows** - Fractal Automata
- 18.
**Quality Control** - Not Enough Info, Many Faces

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