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# 5th grade Morning Work: 5 Month Bundle

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A collection of 5 morning work packets. 100 days of math morning work! Together, these packs would cost \$15.00 - you get a savings of over 30%!

**While this packet is titled for 5th it would also be appropriate for 4th graders towards the end of the school year!**

Pack #1

1) Writing out the date. (Monday, July 29, 2013)

2) Adding two fractions with unlike denominators.

3) Multiplying a 1 digit number by a 3 digit number.

4) Changing an improper fraction into a mixed number.

5) Converting a mixed number into an improper fraction.

Pack #2

1) Calculating the missing number in a one step multiplication or division input/output table.

2) Calculating equivalent fractions to determine a missing numerator.

3) Solving a simple one step proportion word problem.

4) Determining the unit rate.

Pack #3

1) Writing out the date. (Monday, July 29, 2013)

2) A 3 digit divided by 1 digit long division problem.

3) Decimal subtraction written sideways with space for students to line up decimals to subtract.

4) Placing a decimal to the tenths or hundreths place on a number line between 0 and 1.

5) Changing a decimal written in expanded form into standard form.

Pack #4

1) Writing out the date. (Monday, July 29, 2013)

2) Multiplying 2 Two-Digit Numbers

3) Adding Two Fractions & Writing The Answer As A Mixed Number

4) Subtracting Two Decimal Numbers. These problems are written horizontally so students are able to practice lining up the decimal points.

5) Writing a Decimal Number in Expanded Powers Of 10 Form.

Pack #5

1) Writing out the date. (Monday, July 29, 2013)

2) Mentally multiplying a decimal number by 10. (2,341 x 10)

3) Rounding a number to the thousands or ten thousands place.

4) A 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication problem.

5) Writing a decimal number in expanded form.
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