5.OA Standards Google Drive Digital Activities

5.OA Standards Google Drive Digital Activities
5.OA Standards Google Drive Digital Activities
5.OA Standards Google Drive Digital Activities
5.OA Standards Google Drive Digital Activities
5.OA Standards Google Drive Digital Activities
5.OA Standards Google Drive Digital Activities
5.OA Standards Google Drive Digital Activities
5.OA Standards Google Drive Digital Activities
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5.oa.1 Google Drive Digital Activity: Evaluating Expressions

This Google Drive digital activity teaches Evaluating Expressions (5.oa.1). Perfect for helping students understand expressions and interact with parentheses, brackets, and braces. Use visuals & technology to engage students and help them understand the concept of expressions and how to evaluate them in the correct order.   Everything is in the Google Drive- nothing to print or lose, ever!

You will receive TWO Google Drive files in one folder.  One file is for the students, one is the answer key.

The student file includes:

-5 pages for students to evaluate expressions, with a line for each step and a box for the final answer

-5 pages for students to drag & drop the parentheses, brackets, and braces to make the equation true.

-a reusable template page where students (or the teacher) can create their own expressions to be solved

-a reusable template page where students (or the teacher) can create their own drag & drop problems to be solved

The answer key file also includes:

-teacher tips & suggestions

-answer keys for all 10 pages

5.oa.2a Google Drive Digital Activity: Writing Expressions

This Google Drive digital activity teaches Writing Expressions (the first part of 5.oa.2). Perfect for helping students understand expressions and interact with written phrases, numerical expressions, and 'translating' between the two. Use technology to engage students and help them convert from written expressions to numerical expressions and from numerical expressions to written phrases.  Everything is in the Google Drive- nothing to print or lose, ever!

You will receive TWO Google Drive files in one folder.  One file is for the students, one is the answer key.

The student file includes:

-5 pages for students to drag and drop phrases to create expressions, with a space at the bottom to write the expression in number form

-5 pages for students to write multiple written phrases to describe the same numerical expression

-a reusable template page with lots of expression phrases, each on its own editable & draggable block

-a reusable template page where students (or the teacher) can create their own mix and match expression phrase problems

-a reusable template page where students (or the teacher) can create their own numerical expression to be written in verbal phrases

The answer key file also includes:

-answer keys for all 10 pages

5.oa.2b Google Drive Digital Activity: Interpreting Expressions

This Google Drive digital activity teaches Interpreting Expressions (the second part of 5.oa.2). Perfect for helping students understand expressions and interpret them without evaluating (calculating) them. . Use technology to engage students and help them interpret complex  expressions. Everything is in the Google Drive- nothing to print or lose, ever!

You will receive TWO Google Drive files in one folder.  One file is for the students, one is the answer key.

The student file includes:

-5 pages for students to drag and drop to match expressions as equal or not equal

-5 pages for students to write an explanation of their thinking

-a reusable, editable template page where students (or the teacher) can create their own equal/ not equal problems.

-a reusable page for students to invent expressions that seem complicated, but aren’t, because of the properties of operations.

-a reusable page for students to explain the properties that help them simplify the expressions without evaluating them

-directions for each kind of page/ problem

The answer key file also includes:

-answer keys for all 5 drag & drop pages

5.oa.3 Google Drive Digital Activity: Interpreting Expressions

This Google Drive digital activity teaches Graphing Patterns (5.oa.3). Perfect for helping students understand patterns and interact with graphing inputs & outputs. Use visuals & technology to engage students and help them understand the concept of rules, ordered pairs, and coordinate grid graphs.  Everything is in the Google Drive- nothing to print or lose, ever!

You will receive two Google Drive files.  One file is for the students, one is the answer key. The student file includes:

-3 pages for students to complete in/out tables for rules, create ordered pairs from those tables, and then graph those ordered pairs on a coordinate grid

-3 pages for students to write (type) and explain the patterns & relationships they can identify in the tables & graphs.

-a reusable blank page where students can create their own rules, ordered pairs, and coordinate grid graphs, for a more open-ended activity.

-a reusable writing page for students to explain the patterns & relationships.

-a reusable larger coordinate grid graph for students to work with larger numbers.


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Generate two numerical patterns using two given rules. Identify apparent relationships between corresponding terms. Form ordered pairs consisting of corresponding terms from the two patterns, and graph the ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. For example, given the rule “Add 3” and the starting number 0, and given the rule “Add 6” and the starting number 0, generate terms in the resulting sequences, and observe that the terms in one sequence are twice the corresponding terms in the other sequence. Explain informally why this is so.
Write simple expressions that record calculations with numbers, and interpret numerical expressions without evaluating them. For example, express the calculation “add 8 and 7, then multiply by 2” as 2 × (8 + 7). Recognize that 3 × (18932 + 921) is three times as large as 18932 + 921, without having to calculate the indicated sum or product.
Use parentheses, brackets, or braces in numerical expressions, and evaluate expressions with these symbols.
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