Due Date:
4/9/2018
Subject:
Math
Chapter 11: Measurement
Assessment Date: Friday, April 13th
We are still reviewing Chapter 10 (Multiplying and Dividing Fractions). That test date will be announced soon.
Students will keep notes and examples of class work in their math notebook. They should bring these notebooks home nightly to use as a reference when completing homework.
FLUENCY: Students will be tested on our 5th grade fluency standard. Students in 5th grade should be able to fluently multiply up to a 5-digit number by a 2-digit number. (These tests will not be announced.) At the end of the nine weeks, each student's scores will be averaged, and they will receive one fluency grade. Please continue to use Xtra Math to help students become fluent with basic facts. You can find a link to access Xtra Math under the Links Tab on my home page.
April 9-13, 2018
Monday: Display measurement data on a line plot.
Tuesday: Check My Progress (Converting Metric Units of Measure)
Wednesday: Classify triangles.
Thursday: Classify quadrilaterals.
Friday: Chapter 11 Test
Homework
Monday: pages 849-850
Tuesday: Chapter 11 Review (#1-10)
Wednesday: Chapter 11 Review (#11-20)
Thursday: pages 921-922
IXL Skills to Practice at Home
You will find a link to access IXL under the Links Tab on my home page.
Parents received usernames and passwords at open house. If parents did not attend open house, students received them the next day.
- Fractions review (5-K.1)
- Understanding fractions: word problems (5-K.2)
- Equivalent fractions (5-K.3)
- Write fractions in lowest terms (5-K.4)
- Model decimals and fractions (5-G.2)
- Convert fractions to decimals (5-G.12)
- Convert decimals to fractons (5-G.13)
- Compare decimals and fractons on number lines (5-G.15)
- Compare decimals and fractions (5-G.16)
Chapter 7:
- Evaluate numerical expressions (5-O.4)
- Write numerical expressions (5-O.3)
- Complete a table for a two-variable relationship (5-V.8)
- Complete a table from a graph (5-V.9)
- Graph a two-variable relationship (5-V.10)
- Objects on a coordinate plane (5-U.1)
- Graph points on a coordinate plane (5-U.2)
- Objects on a coordinate plane - all four quadrants (5-U.5)
- Graph points on a coordinate plane (5-U.2)
- Coordinate planes as maps (5-U.3)
- Follow directions on a coordinate plane (5-U.4)
Chapter 6:
- Multiply a decimal by a one-digit whole number (5-I.3)
- Multiply a decimal by a multi-digit whole number (5-I.4)
- Multiply decimals and whole numbers: word problems (5-I.5)
- Multiply money amounts: word problems (5-I.6)
- Multiply three or more numbers, one of which is a decimal (5-I.7)
- Multiply two decimals using grids (5-I.8)
- Multiply two decimals (5-I.9)
- Division with decimal quotients (5-J.3)
- Division with decimal quotients and rounding (5-J.4)
- Division with decimal quotients: word problems (5-J.5)
- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals (5-O.5)
- Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals: word problems (5-O.6)
- Price lists (5-S.1)
- Unit prices (5-S.2)
- Round decimals (5-G.7)
- Estimate sums and differences of decimals (5-H.8)
- Add and subtract money: word problems (5-B.4)
- Add decimal numbers (5-H.1)
- Subtract decimal numbers (5-H.2)
- Add and subtract decimal numbers (5-H.3)
- Add and subtract decimals: word problems (5-H.4)
- Choose decimals with a particular sum or difference (5-H.5)
- Complete the addition or subtraction sentence (5-H.6)
- Inequalities with decimal addition and subtraction (5-H.7)
Chapters 3 and 4:
- Properties of multiplication (5-C.6)
- Division facts to 12 (5-D.1)
- Division facts to 12: word problems (5-D.2)
- Divide multi-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers (5-D.3)
- Divide multi-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers: word problems (5-D.4)
- Divide numbers ending in zeroes (5-D.7)
- Divide numbers ending in zeroes: word problems (5-D.8)
- Divide 2-digit and 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers (5-D.11)
- Divide 2-digit and 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers: word problems (5-D.12)
- Divide larger numbers by 2-digit numbers (5-D.13)
- Divide larger numbers by 2-digit numbers: word problems (5-D.14)
- Choose numbers with a particular quotient (5-D.16)
Chapter 2:
- Understanding exponents (5-E.1)
- Evaluate exponents (5-E.2)
- Find the missing exponent or base (5-E.3)
- Prime and composite numbers (5-F.1)
- Prime factorization (5-F.2)
- Prime factorization with exponents (5-F.3)
- Scientific notation (5-A.11)
- Multiplication patterns over increasing place values (5-C.3)
- Multiply numbers ending in zeroes (5-C.4)
- Multiply numbers ending in zeroes: word problems (5-C.5)
- Multiply by 2-digit numbers: complete the missing steps (5-C.12)
- Multiply 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers (5-C.13)
- Multiply 2-digit numbers by 3-digit numbers (5-C.14)
- Multiply 2-digit numbers by larger numbers (5-C.15)
- Multiply by 2-digit numbers: word problems (5-C.16)
- Multiply three or more numbers up to 2 digits each (5-C.17)
- Multiply by 3-digit numbers (5-C.18)
Chapter 1:
- Place values (5-A.1)
- Convert between place values (5-A.2)
- Place values in decimal numbers (5-G.4)
- What decimal number is illustrated? (5-G.1)
- Model decimals and fractions (5-G.2)
- Understanding decimals expressed in words (5-G.3)
- Place values in decimal numbers (5-G.4)
- Convert decimals between standard and expanded form (5-G.5)
- Convert decimals between standard and expanded form using fractions (5-G.14)
- Equivalent decimals (5-G.6)
- Decimal number lines (5-G.8)
- Compare decimals on number lines (5-G.9)
- Compare decimal numbers (5-G.10)
- Put decimal numbers in order (5-G.11)
- Compare decimals and fractions on number lines (5-G.15)
Due Date:
4/9/2018
Subject:
Science
Chapter 10: Weather
Assessment Date: Wednesday, April 11th
Chapter 12: Solar System
Assessment Date: TBA
Students will keep a science notebook with vocabulary terms and notes for each unit of study. They should bring these notebooks home nightly to review for upcoming tests.
April 9-13, 2018
Essential Questions:
How does air pressure affect weather?
Why does air move?
How are weather forecasts made?
What causes storms?
What causes Earth's seasons?
Why does the moon have phases?
What are the inner planets?
What are the outer planets?
Monday: Earth's Seasons
Tuesday: Earth's Seasons
Wednesday: Chapter 10 Test
Thursday: Moon Phases
Friday: Moon Phases
Homework
Study ALL vocabulary terms and notes for Chapter 10.