This resource can be used on its own as a weekly assessment to guide instruction. However, is it particularly effective if used as a Friday assessment in conjunction with my 5-A-Day Math Review
. My 5-A-Day Math Review contains 5 daily math tasks for (Monday-Thursday).
•Write and Interpret Numerical Expressions (5.0A.2)
•Multiply Decimals (5.NBT.7)
•Add & Subtract Fractions (5.NBT.7)
•Place Value (5.NBT.1)
•Powers Of Ten Exponents (5.NBT.2)
•Place Value (5.NBT.3)
•Converting Units (5.NBT.2 & 5.MD.1)
•Operations with Multi-Digit Numbers (5.NBT.5 & 6)
•Areas of Rectangles with Fractional Side Lengths (5.NF.3B)
•Graph Points (5.G.A)
•Analyze and Interpret Patterns (5.0A.3)
•Multiply Whole Numbers & Fractions (5.NF.3 & 4A)
•Compare Decimal Numbers (5.NBT.1 & 3)
•Add & Subtract Decimal Numbers (5.NBT.7)
•Divide Decimals (5.NBT.7)
•Multiply Fractions (5.NF.4A & 5B)
•Rounding Decimal Numbers (5.NBT.4)
•Attributes of 2-Dimensional Shapes (5.G.3 & 4)
•Multiply and Divide by Powers of Ten (5.NBTt.1 & 2)
•Division with a Unit Fraction and a Whole Number (5.NF.7)
•Fraction Word Problems (5.NF.2 & 3)
•Order of Operations (5.OA.1)
•Improper Fractions-Mixed Numbers
•Multiply Mixed Numbers (5.NF.6)
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