Houghton Mifflin Math "Online" Textbook Click Here: ca.gr5math.com
Access for "Student Works" section needs Code: DB8011B4F0...All else is right there including chapter tutorials, self-check quizzes, extra practice problems, math skills video games, and more!
Many students voted Math as their favorite subject this year. Great! We'll be using interactive DVD warm ups, video resources that introduce and review key concepts in engaging ways, and colorful, easy-to-use textbooks with comprehensive and easy-to-use online software support for at-home practice. I love the real-world links, and how clearly the kids will be able to follow the subject matter and pre-test, check for knowledge as they go along, as well as cummulatively assess their learning at every stage. You can count on weekly math quizzes throughout the year on Fridays, and quiz "Math Repairs" will almost always be the norm before a final grade is given. Monday's "Math Repairs" let me and the students see the difference between simple calculation errors and conceptual mistakes that require reteaching.
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In the First Semester (Aug.-Dec.), Students Will Be Learning or Reviewing...
Multi-step multiplication and long division, and beginning "Minute Math" quizzes which continue until all levels have been mastered
Prime factorization with exponential form
Order of operations using PEMDAS: Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally (Acronym for: paranthesis, exponents, multiplication, division, adding, and subtracting)
How to find the greatest common factor (GCF)
Beginning algebra using variable expressions, function machines, and graphing ordered pairs on the four-quardrant plane
Decimal comparisons, rounding, and representations on a numberline
Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimals
Least common denominator (LCD) of fractions for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing them
Reducing fractions to simplest form
Ordering and comparing fractions
Adding and subtracting fractions
Second Semester (Jan.-May) Subject Matter
Calculating with both ositive and negative integers
Fraction/decimal/percent equivalencies and calculating parts of a number
Identifying different types of lines and shapes
Identifying different types of angles (acute, obtuse, right, and straight angles, etc.) and knowing how to measure them with a protractor
Calculating the perimeter, area and volume of 3-D objects such as rectangular prisms
REVIEWING AND PREPARING FOR STATE TESTING
***Please know that Progress Reports do not reflect grades from the district's summative math assessments. These assessments--identical for fifth graders district wide--are always given at the end of each semester, right before report cards, and weigh into your child's grade.
For practicing many fifth grade math skills, games and concepts go to...
Area and Perimeter...
Many skills, many interactive games...
For multiplication practice only go to...
Here's a fun angles game to play..."zoom in" on your view to see this larger!
Practice measuring angles using this interactive protractor!
Practice calculating perimeter and area here...
Test your geometry skills on ThatQuiz.org right here...