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5th Grade Math Unit 1 (Review of Whole Number Add/Subtraction/Math Norms): This unit is a great way to begin your school year! This unit can be used as your math curriculum or as a supplement to your district curriculum. The unit is designed to review addition and subtraction from 4th grade, while setting up your math routines and norms for the year. The structure of the unit is the same each day, which helps your students to establish a consistent routine for the year.
Math Unit 2(Whole Number Multiplication): Addresses 5th grade whole number operation standards for multiplication. Students will begin the unit by reviewing multiplication models from previous grade levels. The unit begins with the area model and progresses to partial products and then helps students to make a solid connection between partial products and the standard algorithm. The unit is designed with many contextual problems and various models to ensure all levels of understanding are mastered.
Math Unit 3 (Division of whole numbers): Addresses 5th grade whole number operation standards for division. Students will begin the unit by reviewing the area model for division. The unit progresses to division with the ratio table and ends with partial differences. There are two assessments in this unit along with math rotations.
Math Unit 4 (Decimal Place Value and Addition/Subtraction): This is a comprehensive curriculum that can be used as your core math unit or as a supplement to a district curriculum. The decimal unit addresses the following standards, NBT. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7. (Reading, writing, rounding, comparing, adding, subtracting, and understanding the powers of ten for decimals).
Week 1: Place Value and Reading/Writing Decimals
Week 2: Power of Ten and Exponents
Week 3: Comparing and Rounding Decimals
Week 4: Adding Decimals
Week 5: Subtracting Decimals
Math Unit 5 (Decimal Multiplication)
This is a comprehensive curriculum that can be used as your core math unit or as a supplement to a district curriculum. There are warm-ups that are related to decimals to get your students engaged and thinking, mini-lessons that teach effective models for multiplying decimals, independent or partner practice pages that are related to the mini-lesson, math center rotation guide, engaging math games, and 2 summative assessments! EVERYTHING YOU NEED to teach your students how to multiply decimals well!
Week 1: Multiplying whole number by decimal
Week 2: Multiplying whole number decimal by whole number decimal
Week 3: Multiplying decimal by decimal
Each day is set up to follow the following protocol:
Discussion of math routines and norms
Warm-up (context word problem)
Exploration into mini-lesson
There are also slides created for math center rotations. The protocol is as follows (they can be used in many different ways):
Games: Math Jenga, Decimal Headbanz, Decimal Tic Tac Toe
At Your Seat Work (Review of what was taught prior to math rotations)
Tech Time (Recommendations in Unit)
There are blank templates that can be used at your own discretion to best fit the needs of your class! We hope you find these units to be very effective for your students!